Morocco tour, imperial cities & desert

“Nine days to see Morocco’s highlights in style, taking in cities, the Sahara and the High Atlas via a private vehicle and staying in comfortable hotels.”


Casablanca | dinner at Rick’s Café | city tour of Rabat | Volubilis | Meknes | Fez city tour | Arzou | Ifrane | Midelt | Erfoud | sunset camel ride | option to camp in the desert | Todgha Canyon | Ouarzazate city tour | Aït Benhaddou | Tizi N’Tichka pass | Marrakech city tour

Description of Morocco tour, imperial cities & desert

Discover Morocco on this nine-day adventure, which takes you to beautiful imperial cities, ancient Berber kasbahs and the spectacular desert. This Morocco tour takes you on a looping circuit, which begins in Casablanca on the Atlantic Coast, then moves on to the capital Rabat and beautiful Fez. From here, experience the Sahara desert and its dramatic dunes, with a sunset camel ride and the option to spend a night in a nomadic tent, to soak up the silence and starlight. Finish the tour in wonderful, exhilarating Marrakech, travelling via the breathtaking Ksar of Aït Benhaddou and the Tizi N’Tichka pass. A local, English speaking guide will accompany you at every destination, for a really rewarding, informative experience.

You’ll enjoy a welcome and farewell dinner as part of this fascinating tour. All transfers are included in a private, air-conditioned vehicle. Accommodation is on a bed and breakfast basis in beautiful, comfortable, centrally located hotels that all have WiFi. Stay in the Kenzi Basma in Casablanca, Le Rive Hotel in Rabat, the Barcelo Fes Medina and the Xaluca Maadid in Erfoud. In Ouarzazate you stay in the Dar Chamaa and finally, in Marrakech, your hotel is the Opera Plaza.

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Departs every Saturday throughout the year

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Morocco tour, imperial cities & desert


We promise to make your holiday to Morocco unforgettable but not at the expense of the environment or the local people. All tour guides in Morocco are responsible for ensuring that the guests understand the nature of the environment that they are in and minimize the impact that they may have.
We send detailed pre-departure information to our travelers upon booking their tour with us. This includes information on travelling responsibly and minimizing their impact on the local environment.
Our business is 'paper free'. Reservations are made by the internet. We do not have a 'glossy brochure' to sell our enterprise. We only advertise through our website, so We try to limit printing on paper and recycle as much as possible.
Through our environmental responsibility, all historical places visited are to be left as we found them without touching sites and dropping litter, and we always advise guests to conserve the environment and not to smoke at the historical sites. Moreover; our local staff are prevented from smoke during working hours. Also we decided not to use car horns excessively whilst driving. We try to reduce plastic waste. As in many countries, Morocco has a waste disposal problem which here in the inhabited Toubkal National Park can be more noticeable. Rubbish, particularly plastic rubbish, that does not decompose, is one of the main culprits. So we try to reduce the use of plastic bottles at the Kasbah, as we believe these are unnecessary. Our ultimate aim is that we and our guests will not be a source of plastic water bottle waste. We believe this is possible, as we have a source of safe drinking water and hence bottled water serves no useful purpose.


Our sightseeing tours are operated and led by local guides. We use local drivers and all tour arrangements are made by local staff. In addition we use locally owned hotels and restaurants and all their staff are employed locally. Part of the entree fees to all Moroccan historical sites contributes to local conservation. Concerning local community, we use locally owned hotels and restaurants and their entire employees are local people. Some of the employees are from the Berbers community and the Moroccan government does its best to keep their customs and their culture heritage for the development of tourism in Morocco. The government makes Berbers aware of that importance.
We believe that the Responsible Travel concept has to be a two-way strategy with both the travelers and the local community gaining benefits. We benefit the local communities we visit using a wide scope of activities that have a positive impact on the local economy, directly by donating money to charity organizations, financially supporting some local communities and by recruiting employees who belonging to the local community. During clients’ visit to historical places in Morocco, there is a souk (Bazaar) where they can deal directly with normal local people with the help of our local guides. We encourage our guests to buy local products and make use of services that people local community offer. We help indirectly through capacity building projects we implement with our employees and through the experiences and culture exchanges that take place between the locals and the travelers during our tours.

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