Morocco Tour Overview
Visit all four famous and sparkling imperial cities of Fez, Rabat, Meknes and Marrakesh.
Visit small villages and northern and eastern parts of the country not commonly visited by travelers (including Andalusian towns of Tetouan and Chefchaouen).
Stay in some unforgettably spectacular accommodations:  
historical, world-class hotels such as Palais Jamai in Fez,
one-of-a-kind, custom-designed resorts (such as in Erfoud in the Sahara),
gorgeous contemporary architectural and artistic statements made of converted  historical buildings.
Visit the impressive ancient Roman site of Volubulis in a dramatic natural setting.
Marvel at the diversity of the natural beauty of the country.  From lush, green, fertile farmlands, to a ski resort in Ifrane, to the sands of the Sahara.
See two mountain ranges: the Rif and Atlas.
See two beautiful shorelines: the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
Weave your way through labyrinth streets of medieval medinas and their bazaars.
Enjoy magnificent, centuries-old and contemporary Islamic architecture, including the world’s largest Mosque, Hassan II in Casablanca.
Learn about and enjoy lavish, authentic meals of one of the world’s great cuisines… Moroccan.
Dine in restored palaces and historic homes or overlooking dramatic Kasbahs and Ksours.
Visit and dine in various private homes with locals.
Have a cooking demonstration.
See craftsmen of all types creating their arts…weavers, wood carvers, mosaic tile makers, arabesque painters.
Learn about the Berber cultures. 
See former Portuguese stronghold cities and forts along the Atlantic…still standing from the times of Barbary pirates. 
Visit Tangier where respected American author of The Sheltering Sky, Paul Bowles was inspired. 
Be treated to musical performances. 
Visit a social service project or school.  
Enjoy, out-of-the ordinary experiences such as a visit with tent dwelling Berbers and farmhouse hospitality with a family of olive growers. 
Be treated to the expertise (and fun) of our exceptional guide and friend.

Tour Dates

to be announced


23 days


to be announced


Limited to 16 people


  1. All meals

  2. Snacks in bus

  3. Bottles water at meals, on the bus and in your room

  4. Wine, beer or non-alcoholic beverages with lunch and dinner

  5. All tips for guides, drivers, porters and meals

  6. All entrance fees

  7. All hotels deluxe, most interesting and attractive or best available (depending upon what is available in each location we visit)

  8. Complimentary guide book and map

  9. Luggage tags and straps

  10. Traveler’s insurance

  11. Multilingual Tour Manager

  12. Experienced local guides

  13. All (if any) flights within country

  14. All arrival and departure transfers

  15. Baggage handling

  16. Evening entertainment


Lifting the Veil and Opening the Doors. 

An in-depth itinerary throughout a Kingdom of vivid contrasts, color, mystery and rich cultures.

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