Highlights of Morocco - Premium

Highlights of Morocco - Premium

15 Days



Highlights of Morocco - Premium

15 Days Starting and ending in Marrakech

Visiting: Marrakesh, Hassan II Mosque, Rabat, Meknes, Medina, Merzouga, Garage Togra, Skoura, Telouet, Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, Hammam, Essaouira, Jemaa el-Fna

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Fully Guided

Group size:

6 - 16

Physical rating:

Leisurely / Moderate

Age range:

16 to 99

Special diets catered:

Please inform Exodus of specific dietary requirements

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Sightseeing, Walking

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Tour Overview

For sheer diversity, Morocco is the perfect destination. We explore the imperial cities of Marrakech, Meknes and Fez and continue our journey to the mountain ranges to the south, where sand dunes and kasbahs are scattered among palm oases inhabited by friendly Berbers. A highlight of our trip is a camel trek in the Sahara and a night at a Bedouin camp. We fit in a visit to Todra Gorge, the beautiful 16th-century kasbah of Ait Benhaddou and enjoy a village walk in the picturesque Tijhza valley of the High Atlas. We complete the trip with a walk along the sandy beach of Essaouira.


  • Walk from a remote Berber community into the magnificent High Atlas Mountains

  • Experience a traditional hammam in the village of Tijhza

  • Imperial cities of Rabat, Meknes, Fez and Marrakech

  • Relax in the charming fishing port of Essaouira

  • Visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis and the impressive Todra Gorge


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Day 1 : Start Marrakech
Location: Marrakesh
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Riad Tresor de Marrakech or Riad El Habib (or similar)
Meals Included: No Meals

Meet the group in the early evening for the briefing with our leader. We can

go out for dinner in the city depending on arrival flight times, dinner not


Day 2 : Visit Hassan Ii Mosque; To The Capital Rabat.
Location: Hassan II Mosque, Rabat
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Hotel le Musee (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

A modern and commercial seaport, Casablanca is a complete contrast to the

Morocco we are soon to explore. This morning we make our way 3 hours to

Casablanca to visit the  Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest in the world.

Afterwards, we drive 2 hours to Rabat for lunch, the political capital of

Morocco, but second to Casablanca in importance. Although mostly modern,

Rabat has an excellent old quarter that we take time to explore.

Day 3 : Explore The Roman Site Of Volubilis And Meknes; To Fez.
Location: Meknes
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Riad Tafilalet, or Riad Fez Tresor   (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

This morning we strike out from Rabat over the Northern plain towards Meknes,

a drive of around 3 hours.  The scenery changes as the land becomes more

cultivated, this being one of the most fertile areas of Morocco. Sultan

Moulay Ismail's old capital of Meknes is our first example of one of the

imperial cities of Morocco. We meet our guide and wander the narrow streets

of the old city, and explore the souk, perhaps having your first chance at

bartering for souvenirs. In the afternoon we take a short drive to the

largest and best kept Roman ruins in Morocco – Volubilis, once a large

Roman town and now a UNESCO World Heritage site. After exploring this site we

continue our journey to the ancient city of Fez, where we spend two nights.

Day 4 : *Guided Tour Of Fez, Including Visits To The **Medersa Bou Ananiya (Entrance Not Included) **And The Medina.*
Location: Medina
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Riad Tafilalet or Riad Fez Tresor (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

This fascinating city is the intellectual and religious centre of Morocco.

Founded over a thousand years ago, Fez has many mosques and medersas

(theological colleges) including the 9th century al-Karaouine University,

whose architecture is very similar to that seen in Moorish Spain. The medina

in Fez is one of the largest in the world, an immense warren of souks, home

to thousands of craftsmen with their tiny shops opening onto the narrow

alleyways. Noisy and pungent, the medina of Fez is a totally absorbing and

unique experience. Our city guide walks us through different sections of the

souk - including those selling leather brass and copper. Of course, no visit

to Fez is complete without a visit to the tanneries. Outside the medina we

shall visit the Jewish District (mellah), the exterior of the Royal Palace

and take a drive up to a panoramic viewpoint over the city. 

Day 5 : Drive To Merzouga, On The Edge Of The Sahara.
Location: Merzouga
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Auberge Yasmina (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Today we have a long journey, meaning approximately 10 hours spent on the

road including plenty of stops and some superb scenery along the way. We

venture over the stunning Middle Atlas, down through the picturesque Ziz

Valley to the Hamada, a flat stony desert gradually approaching the

spectacular site of the golden sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. We stay in a small

and welcoming auberge (inn) on the edge of the dunes from where it is easy to

climb to watch the sunrise. 

Day 6 : Walk Among The Dunes; Camel Trek; Camp In The Desert.
Location: Merzouga
Accommodation: Camp
Accommodation Name: Auberge Yasmina (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

There is time today with a free morning to explore the largest sand sea in

Morocco, or to relax in the shade of a palm tree by the dunes. The sand sea

is famed for its pink tones that take on a spectacular rose colour at sunset.

In the late afternoon, we partake in a genuine Saharan experience - a

1.5-hour camel trek through the dunes, where we watch the sunset. We then

come back to the camp at the edge of the desert to spend the night.

Day 7 : To Skoura Via The  Todra Gorge.
Location: Garage Togra, Skoura
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Chez Talout or Kasbah Ait Benhadda (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

After sunrise, we leave our desert camp and travel by camel back to the

auberge where we can have breakfast and a shower.  We then head towards the

little city of Skoura, nestled on a beautiful palm grove and located near

Ouarzazate. En-route explore Todra Gorge, and the picturesque oases they hide

in (journey time approximately 4 hours). Following the 1000 Kasbahs Road

for approximately another 2 hours, you will marvel at the breath-taking

vistas of impressive ancient Kasbahs nestled in lush palm groves. 

Day 8 : Skoura, The Palm Grove Capital Of Morocco
Location: Skoura
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Chez Talout or Kasbah Ait Benhadda (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

There is the opportunity to take a 1 hour drive to Toundout Valley and

enjoy a four hour guided hike crossing through a Berber village and

Imi-noulawen valley, where you will learn a little of their culture.

Alternatively, relax in and around the lodge walking through the magnificent

lush palm groves. Considered as the palm grove capital of Morocco, Skoura

will certainly offer peace and relaxation through its various walks

discovering multiple palm groves, and Kasbahs.

Day 9 : Journey To Telouet, Via The Famous Kasbah Ait Benhaddou.
Location: Telouet, Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Toubkal Garden or Riad Atlas (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Leaving Skoura, we re-join the main road and drive west along the 'Route of

the Thousand Kasbahs' via the desert city of Ouarzazate and on to the

well-preserved Kasbah Ait Benhaddou. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one

of the most spectacular sights of the Atlas, made famous as the location of

several Hollywood films including 'Gladiator'. After admiring the view, we

may see something of the simple village houses. Continuing into the mountains

we branch east through a wide flat mountain valley, finally arriving at

Anmiter, where we leave our bus and take a 1.5-hour picturesque walk on a

gentle uphill gradient to the village of Tigzha, where we spend the next two

nights. Our luggage will be transported to the gite for us. For those who do

not want to walk, mules are available (100 MAD, payable locally). 

Day 10 : Full Day Walking In The High Atlas. Evening Hammam
Location: Hammam
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Toubkal Garden or Riad Atlas (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

We start our day with an optional walk through the villages of the Tijhza

Valley, heading up into the hills on mule tracks with the peaks of the High

Atlas acting as a fitting backdrop to our walk.  The length of our walk

will depend on the ability of the group, but it is likely to be

approximately 4 hours. The afternoon is free to relax with a book, enjoy the

mountain views, take a stroll through the beautiful landscape or challenge

the village children to a game of football!

Tijhza is just one of four villages in this remote valley that has been

supported by Exodus for over ten years on various responsible tourism

projects. We will visit the village hammam, built with money raised by Exodus

clients. This is a truly authentic experience and terrific fun. It is very

much a traditional hammam and you are likely to get the opportunity to mix

with the villagers, which further adds to the experience. A standard

treatment is included, but you will need to purchase a scrubber and soap for

20MAD (£1.50) plus customary tip of 20MAD. Refreshed, we return to the riad

for our final dinner in the mountains. 

Day 11 : Over The High Atlas To Essaouira.
Location: Essaouira
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Riad Ben Atar or Al Madina (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

Leaving the gite, we walk back to our bus for a short drive to the palace of

Telouet. This once grand building stands abandoned and crumbling but we can

visit a small part of this labyrinthine, fairy-tale like structure. We

continue our scenic drive over the High Atlas Mountains to Marrakech, via the

Tizi'n'Tichka pass, which at 2,260m is the highest road in Morocco. The

scenery is spectacular and there are some wonderful views of the mountains.

We stop at a women's cooperative Argan Oil farm, where you can see the

trees growing, get a demonstration of the production process as well as have

the opportunity to purchase products. Our journey finally brings us to the

flat arid plains of Marrakech, and then onwards to the pretty seaside town of

Essaouira. You can expect a total journey time of approximately 10 hours

today, with plenty of comfort breaks and photo stops along the way.  

Day 12 : Free Day In Essaouira.
Location: Essaouira
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Riad Ben Atar or Al Madina (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

A free day in Essaouira, a charming old Portuguese fishing port overlooking

the Atlantic Ocean. The settlement dates back to the 15th century but the

present town was constructed around 1760 by Sidi Mohammed ben Abdullah, who

needed a base from which to suppress a revolt from Agadir. Today, the town is

extremely relaxed and its whitewashed houses with painted shutters, artisan

workshops, boat yards and fishermen provide a marked contrast to the desert,

kasbahs and cities we have so far visited. Our hotel is situated in the heart

of the old walled city, where we have plenty of time for some shopping in the

souks or strolling along the beach. With many pleasant cafes and some

outstanding seafood restaurants, there is plenty of choice for our evening


Day 13 : To Marrakech; Guided Tour Including Bahia Palace, The Saadian Tombs, Finish In Djemma El Fna
Location: Marrakesh, Jemaa el-Fna
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Riad Tresor de Marrakech (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

After breakfast, we drive back to Marrakech, journey time approximately 2.5

hours.  In the afternoon we enjoy a guided tour to help us find our bearings

and soak up the atmosphere of this amazing city. Our guide will take us to

the Bahia Palace and the Saadian tombs, ending in the Djemma el Fna, where

the town becomes a maze of bustling bazaars, palaces and mosques. It is worth

seeing this renowned landmark in the evening, as Marrakech revolves around

this open-air central square, with food stalls, juice-sellers, snake

charmers and acrobats, it is a place of night-time entertainment for both

local people and tourists. 

Day 14 : Free Day In Marrakech.
Location: Marrakesh
Accommodation: Hotel
Accommodation Name: Riad Tresor de Marrakech (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast

Today is free in Marrakech and there is no shortage of things to do. You

might wish to visit the largest mosque in Marrakech, Koutoubia, or venture

through the souks and old streets of the medina. After bartering for

souvenirs, there will be time for a short visit to the Koranic School and

Museum of Marrakech. After this, you can unwind by taking a ½ hour calèche

ride (a bright green horse-drawn carriage) to the Jardin Majorelle. These

tranquil gardens are decorated throughout in indigo blue and were once owned

by Yves St. Laurent, the perfect place to escape the hectic rush of the


For your lunch we would highly recommend the Amal Women's Training Centre and

Moroccan Restaurant, which we at Exodus support in their cause to empower

women from disadvantaged backgrounds. They are a non-profit organization

dedicated to training their students to become self-sufficient and improving

their quality of life through acquiring new skills in a professional

restaurant setting. For a superb traditional Moroccan meal and the

opportunity to support this worthy cause, do pay them a visit.

This evening it's common for the group to enjoy a final meal together on

Djemma el Fna. 

Day 15 : End Marrakech.
Location: Marrakesh
Meals Included: Breakfast

Trip ends after breakfast.


What's Included

  • Transfers for group flights

  • All breakfasts and 4 dinners

  • All accommodation

What's Not Included

  • Single supplement

  • Travel insurance

  • Visas or vaccinations


14 breakfasts and 4 dinners included.

Moroccan food is, generally speaking, excellent though not particularly
varied. Breakfasts usually consist of bread and jam with coffee or tea. Meals
eaten out are reasonably priced - kebab and bread cost is approximately GBP4
(USD7). In main towns, it is possible to find very good French and Moroccan
restaurants where a meal and French wine will cost anything from GBP20
(USD30) upwards. Generally, dinner is likely to cost between GBP5-10 (approx.
USD8-15) not including drinks. Local beer, wine and soft drinks are
reasonably priced, but you can pay UK prices or more for imported alcohol.
Your leader will recommend restaurants for each evening.

Vegetarians can be catered for but there is a fairly limited choice of
vegetarian couscous, tajine or omelettes. This is particularly the case
during the more rural sections of the trip. Please note that if you have any
special dietary requirements you should inform the Exodus Office prior to the
trip. If you have a specific medical/dietary need (i.e. coeliac or vegan) you
may find it helpful to bring some items of food with you from home.


The accommodation on this trip showcases the range of properties in Morocco. We spend: seven nights in riads; one night in a boutique hotel in Rabat; two nights in an auberge (inn) among desert dunes; two nights in a kasbah-style hotel in Skoura; and two nights in a rustic guesthouse in Imlil village.

Marrakech: Riad Tresor (nights 1, 13 & 14)


The Riad Tresor is located in the heart of the bustling Marrakech Medina. Once through the doors you enter a light peaceful space. For some departures we use alternative riads due to availability.

Fes: Riad Tafilalet (nights 3 & 4)

Experience a traditional 19th-century home at this restored riad in Fez medina. The restoration respected the character of the house while ensuring maximum comfort for guests. There’s a hammam spa (additional cost) plus a roof terrace with views over the medina. For some departures we use alternative riads. 

Skoura: Chez Talout (nights 7 & 8)

Chez Talout is set on top of a hill overlooking the lush palm grove of Skoura. It features an outdoor swimming pool and a shaded terrace.

Essaouira: Riad Al Madina (nights 11 & 12)

Located in the heart of the medina this old Essaouira house, built in 1871, retains all the charm and elegance of the period. It has a pleasant rooftop terrace and a patio with fountains. We use alternative riads for some departures.

Worth knowing 

In winter, some of the accommodation can feel quite cold as they are often poorly heated or not heated at all. Some properties in more rural areas may only have power in the evening (which also means only heating in the evening); however, blankets are provided to keep you warm at night. 

The accommodation shown has been booked and agreed in advance, however we may need to make changes to a property of similar or higher standard after you have booked. We will endeavour to inform you of any changes in advance which could, on rare occasions, be at late notice.

About riads 

Riads are traditional Moroccan homes, generally in the old part of the city or medina, where the wealthiest people would historically live. They’re typically built around a central corridor with windows facing an internal courtyard (external windows are rare). Most have a rooftop terrace where breakfast is served. A night in a riad is an authentic Moroccan experience; however, riads do not have hotel-style facilities. Additionally, the rooms are not standardised and come in different sizes and shapes. Riads  are built to keep sunlight to a minimum in order to keep the interiors cool in the extreme summer heat. In winter they become a cosy haven. 

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    3* hotels

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    16+ age people can go on this tour.

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    If you wish to make any changes to your booking, particularly if you need to alter any flights booked through us, please let us know as soon as possible. There is a booking or flight amendment fee of £40 per change and flight amendments often incur extra airline costs depending on the changes to be made and if the ticket has been issued or not.

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    Exodus has been trading since 1974

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    Your final joining instructions and flight details, if booked with us, will then be sent out 2 to 3 weeks before departure. If you would like a hard copy posted, or if you require these any earlier, please contact the customer operations team. We advise that if you are booking connecting travel before receiving these, please ensure you leave plenty of time.

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    Travellers are welcome to opt to share a room with a tour member of the same gender for no additional charge. If you'd like your own room, we can request a single supplement so that you will have your own room throughout.

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    You are welcome to meet the group after the tour has departed however there is no reduction in rate for joining a tour after the departure date.

Reviews from Travellers on this Tour

Enlightening Tour of Morocco!

Thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of the trip. Thought it was well organised.

Moroccan Highlights Solo Travel

Highly recommend this trip. A really varied trip showing the best that Morocco has to offer. Marrakech is very manic and a bit 'in your face' but thanks to an excellent tour leader and local guide the group were able to find our way to such hidden gems as the Majorelle Gardens (Yves St Laurent's former gardens) and the 'Secret' Garden. The trip up to the Atlas Mountains and stay in Douar Samra was nothing short of magical, I got to stay in the Tree House while others stayed in the very unusual and individual rooms in the house or annex. Meals were a delight thanks to the marvellous cooking of Rashida the resident cook and the atmospheric use of candles (there is no electricity in the main house) and traditional low level seating and tables. Your luggage is transported the final distance by donkey and there are also ducks and all vegetables are grown in the Douar's vegetable garden. Fabulous views and sunsets and great walking in the mountains. However the gem is absolutely Essaouira. I had never heard of this place before but it is the most delightful and fascinating seaside town. Again great orientation tour from local guide Rashida and plenty of time to enjoy the shopping, sweeping sandy beach, bars, restaurants and busy exciting fishing harbour. Our leader, Abdul, was very informative and accommodating and great fun. Morocco is well worth a visit and I will be back!

The best holiday ever.

Basically travelling around for two weeks having a look at almost everything Morocco has to offer. No two days are the same. No two places are the same. The only constants I found was how friendly the locals are and mint tea!

A well organised and interesting trip

This trip included a really good range of experiences in this eclectic country. We feel that we have got to know a bit about how the people of the country live in quite different environments from mountain village to city, desert and seaside. Our guide, Tariq, worked hard at explaining the culture and was keen to show us the many different ways in which Moroccan people live. He encouraged us to explore and shop (and barter!) on our own. There were some long days but they were well planned with coffee stops and visits to places of interest en route. Our group of 16 enjoyed the journeys by coach which was air conditioned and even had wifi available for some of the time. We stayed in a range of hotels, each of which were comfortable and often had something special to appreciate, such as the amazing painted ceilings in the riads.

Full on trip with lots to experience

Prepare for long days, early starts, long bus journey's and a full itinerary - but be rewarded by great varied scenery, busy bustling medinas with their labyrinth of noisy disorientating souks, to the tranquility of the Atlas mountains and the spectacular desert.

Great trip but some journeys too long

A good trip covering a vast area gave us a good experience of the country.

Fantastic trip through incredibly varied parts of Morocco

This really is an incredible trip across Morocco. We got to see not just the cities, the history and the landscapes but a huge slice of Moroccan life as well. We covered an awful lot of ground but everywhere we went there had clearly been an enormous amount of background organisation to make everything run smoothly. We had numerous guides at all the sites we visited, who were all very knowledgeable and good at communicating their enthusiasm. We also stopped at numerous other smaller places such as an Argan oil factory, a pottery and even a huge solar power plant! The architecture, and the atmosphere, of the towns and cities is amazing and the variation in the scenery across the trip is extraordinary. We also got to meet, and chat to, enormous numbers of Moroccans who were all delightful and had a great sense of humour. This really was a panoramic journey through an extraordinary country.

Highlights of Morocco

This trip did what it said - we saw the highlights of Morocco from city to coast to mountain and desert. It was amazingly varied, balancing time in cities and countryside, and illustrating Morocco's vibrant history, culture and people. I certainly came back with a real feeling for the place and people and a greater understanding of an apparently happily functioning Islamic country.


A good and most enjoyable Trip - educational and enlightening. Superb scenery and sights, both rural and urban, providing good opportunites for photography and bird watching.

Experience Morocco!

A brilliant trip which covered a lot of the country which is an exciting place to visit.

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