12 Days Itinerary
USD $2,395 Dates/Prices



4WD, Coach

Exotic, fascinating and alluring - Morocco is a diverse country; a mosaic of Arab and Berber cultures with a dash of African and European influence. Be swept away by the stunning architecture, get lost through the streets of the imperial cities and indulge in delicious, traditional Moroccan delicacies as you journey through Casablanca, Marrakech, Skoura, Merzouga, Fez and Chefchaouen on this magical tour in Morocco.

Tour highlights

The blue colored buildings of Chefchaouen will take you on a journey like no other as you meander through the city’s narrow, picturesque streets. Find hidden gems around every corner in the old walled medina, a photographer’s delight.

Explore the wonder and magic of Morocco’s most popular imperial city, Marrakech. Its ochre buildings line vibrant mazelike streets that lie beneath the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. The city is a hub of fascinating history, architecture and culture. 

Uncover the iconic tanneries in Fez and marvel at this incredible process of producing world-class leather items. Be prepared for the distinct odor, as animal hide is tanned, dyed and fashioned into everything from slippers to suitcases.


Itinerary (12 Days)

Curated destinations, lifetime memories.

Day 1


Welcome to Casablanca. Morocco’s largest and most modern city is famed for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and European-style architecture.

We meet our small group this evening for a welcome dinner.


Day 2

Casablanca to Marrakech

The most popular of Morocco’s imperial cities, Marrakech is a fascinating city with many sights to uncover. The ochre stucco buildings, paired with dry, rocky plains and a backdrop of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, makes for a stunning city filled with an endless amount of photo-worthy opportunities.

This morning we embark on a tour of Casablanca. We visit the Central Market and Aindiab Esplanade before stopping at Morocco’s largest mosque, Hassan II Mosque. We tour inside this impressive mosque; its sheer size and intricate interior details are sure to impress. The city’s Habous Quarter, an area of the city featuring a mix of French and Moroccan architecture, is our last stop in the city before we drive to Marrakech.

Special Experience

We arrive in Marrakech in the early evening before making our way to dinner at Al Baraka. We experience and enjoy the atmosphere of Marrakech’s main square, Jemaa el-Fnaa, as we pass through a wondrous mix of food, music and entertainment, getting a taste of this fantastic city. Delicious traditional Moroccan dishes are served at Al Baraka, paired with a vibrant atmosphere and traditional décor, making for one memorable experience.

[Breakfast and Dinner]

Day 3

Marrakech: the red royal city

We discover the beauty and the magic of the red royal city today as we embark on a full day sightseeing tour. We begin at the 16th century monument site of the Saadian Tombs, that were sealed up until 1917 when they were rediscovered. Decorated with detailed carvings, colourful tiles and Arabic scripts, the tombs are as beautiful as they are fascinating. Next, we visit the stunning Bahia Palace which functions today as a Royal Palace. We uncover the beauty of the Palace’s architecture, learning more about the country’s cultural heritage. We stop for lunch at Ksar Hamra restaurant before visiting the Koutoubia Mosque and Majorelle Gardens.

The rest of our afternoon and evening is at leisure to explore Marrakech at our own pace.

[Breakfast and Lunch]

Day 4

Skoura: a desert oasis

We journey to Morocco’s south today, to the city of Skoura. A beautiful desert oasis, Skoura’s lush valley of palm groves and string of incredible whole and ruined kasbahs will transport you back in time. Surrounded by desert lands, Skoura is a slice of paradise in this harsh environment.

After breakfast we embark on our journey to Skoura, travelling along the way through the Tizi n’Tichka Pass. More than 7,400 feet above sea level, the Tizi n’Tichka Pass offers stunning views of impressive landscapes in the heart of the Atlas Mountains. We stop at Ait ben-Haddou, walking through the Ksar and eating lunch at the top before continuing on to Ouarzazate. Here, we visit two Kasbahs before arriving in Skoura.

The rest of our evening is at our own leisure.

[Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner]    

Day 5

Skoura to Merzouga

Merzouga, often referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Sahara’ is a sand dune paradise, home to some dunes that rise 1100 feet high. The stunning scenery is best at sunrise and sunset and is easily admired by a camel ride.

After breakfast we take some time to tour Skoura visiting its lush palm groves, and Morocco’s most coveted Kasbah, the Amridil. Built in the 17th century the Kasbah will give us an insight into the fascinating traditions of Kasbah life. Our small group then travels to Merzouga, stopping along the way in Boumalne. A relatively small town, Boumalne is known for its Muslim cemetery; the site of the domed shrine of Sidi Daoud. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before we continue to Merzouga. Our accommodation for the next two evenings is within a traditional Moroccan Kasbah, where we enjoy dinner together tonight.

[Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner]    

Day 6

Merzouga: the Jewel of the Sahara

Special Experience

Today we rise before the sun for a magnificent start to the day, sunrise over the dunes of the Sahara Desert. We share the tranquil and stunning experience with our small group; don’t forget to bring your cameras to capture this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

We return to our Kasbah for breakfast before a journey to Khamlia, a small desert village where we enjoy a cup of tea in a traditional home setting accompanied with local Gnaoua music. We move on to Tissardmine, another traditional village, for lunch amongst the palm trees before returning to our Kasbah for the rest of the afternoon and an evening at leisure.

[Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner]

Day 7

Merzouga to Fez

A UNESCO World Heritage site, Fez is an architectural highlight of Morocco. With one of the most intact and impressive medieval cities in the Arab world and a French-planned new city (ville nouvelle), the contrast between old and new will intrigue and fascinate you as you explore the city. Discover centuries-old crafts and trades on display in the souks, colourful bazaars that are a shopper’s delight, and learn more about the wonderful Moroccan culture.

We bid farewell to Merzouga after breakfast this morning and make our way to Fez. Along our journey we stop in the small village of Midelt and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before arriving in Fez in the early evening.

[Breakfast and Lunch]

Day 8

Fez: a Moroccan delight

Today we explore the sights, tastes and sounds of Fez in a full day tour of the city. We discover the famous medieval medina, meandering through its narrow lanes and seeing the many colourful traders. We visit the Islamic learning centre, Bounania, the Kairaouine Mosque and the fountains of Carpenters Square. We stop at Fez’s iconic tanneries, taking in the sights (and smells) of the process of producing world-class leather items, before making our way to a pottery factory. Lunch today is at a rooftop restaurant that overlooks the medina.

The rest of the day is at our leisure to explore, shop and unwind in this fascinating, unique city. 

[Breakfast and Lunch]

Day 9

Middle Atlas Mountains: crisp air and natural beauty

Our small group explores the picturesque Middle Atlas Mountains today in a day excursion from Fez. The Middle Atlas Mountains are an escape from bustling Fez, with stunning woodland, crisp air and a tranquil atmosphere.

Special Experience

Becoming increasingly well-known for its artisan cheese industry, we visit one of Morocco’s leading boutique fromageries, Immouzer Fromagerie, for a cheese making demonstration and tasting. Located on a serene private property in the Middle Atlas Mountains, we learn about the art and process of cheese making, engaging with the local makers and indulging in the delicious cheese.

We enjoy free time for lunch before continuing to the Ifrane National Park, often referred to as Morocco’s Switzerland. Known for its abundance of Atlas cedar trees, the Ifrane National Park offers stunning scenery and natural landscapes for our small group to enjoy and explore. Before we return to Fez, we have an opportunity to get up close and personal with some of Morocco’s local macaques in the town of Azrou.


Day 10

Fez to Chefchaouen

One of the most stunning and photographable cities in Morocco, Chefchaouen will take your breath away. With its buildings painted in various shades of blue, wandering the streets of the city feels like a dream.

Our small group departs Fez this morning for Chefchaouen, making a stop in Meknes, one of the kingdom’s Imperial cities founded in the 11th century, along the journey. In Meknes we visit the Royal Stables, originally built to house no less than 12,000 horses, and the impressive Bab el Mansour Gate. Continuing to Volubilis, we are guided through a tour of the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Dating from the 3rd century BC, Volubilis was a central administrative city for this part of Roman Africa.

We arrive in Chefchaouen in the early evening and enjoy dinner at our hotel.

[Breakfast and Dinner]

Day 11

Chefchaouen: a city painted in shades of blue

Explore the wonder of Chefchaouen today on a walking tour of the city. Marvel at the stunning blue buildings, meander through the narrow streets and discover the sights and sounds of this unique city.

We have the afternoon at our own leisure before meeting our small group for a farewell dinner.

[Breakfast and Dinner]

Day 12

Chefchaouen to Tangier

After breakfast this morning, we are transferred to Tangier where our tour concludes. We bid farewell to our new friends and to the wonder and magic of Morocco.



No last minute surprises, these are all part of your trip.


  • Travel in a small group of 6 to 12 passengers
  • All touring conducted in air-conditioned vehicles
  • Airport transfers on the first and last day of tour


  • 8 nights in superior hotel accommodation
  • 3 nights in traditional guesthouses and Kasbahs


  • 24 meals, including 11 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 7 dinners
  • Food highlight, Merzouga. Enjoy lunch in the traditional village of Tissardmine amongst the palm trees
  • Food highlight, Fez. Indulge in lunch at a rooftop restaurant with views over the Fez Medina
  • Food highlight, Middle Atlas Mountains. Take part in a cheese making demonstration and cheese tasting at one of Morocco’s leading boutique fromageries


  • A small group tour leader accompanies the group on the entire tour
  • Specialist local guides join the small group tour in selected locations

Special Experiences

  • Enjoy the sights and sounds of Marrakech’s main square, Jemaa el-Fnaa
  • Watch the sunrise over the sand dunes of the Sahara Desert
  • Discover Morocco’s up and coming artisan cheese industry with a cheese making demonstration and tasting


  • Casablanca city tour
  • Hassan II Mosque
  • Casablanca Central market & Habbous
  • Al Baraka dinner
  • Full day Marrakesh city tour
  • Saadian Tombs
  • Bahia Palace
  • Koutoubia Mosque
  • Majorelle Gardens
  • Drive over Tizi-n-Tichka Pass
  • Walking tour through the Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou
  • Visit Kasbahs Tifoultoute and Taoirt
  • See the palm groves, Kasbah Amridil and Pottery of Skoura
  • Sunrise over the dunes of the Sahara Desert
  • Enjoy Gnaoua music in a traditional home with cup of tea
  • Visit Memphis mines
  • Full day Fez city tour
  • Islamic learning centre Bounania
  • Kairaouine Mosque
  • Tanneries visit
  • Fromagerie cheese demonstration and tasting
  • Ifrane National Park
  • See the Macaques near Azrou
  • Meknes Bab el Mansour Gate
  • Royal Stables
  • Guided tour through Volubilis Ruins
  • Walking tour of Chefchaouen


Accommodation, a superior and safe retreat.

Morocco flag Casablanca Morocco

Hotel Odyssee Center


Ideally located in the center of Casablanca, the main attractions of the city are right on the doorstep of the Hotel Odyssee Center. The hotel's contemporary style creates a modern and comfortable retreat from bustling Casablanca with each guest room equipped with air-conditioning, a safe deposit box and free wifi. The hotel also features a bar, lounge and restaurant.

Morocco flag Marrakesh Morocco

Opera Plaza Hotel


Luxurious charm awaits at the Opera Plaza Hotel in Marrakech. Take a dip in the impressive swimming pool that is the feature of the hotel, relax in the spa and wellness center, and indulge in delicious meals at the four hotel restaurants. Spacious guest rooms offer a relaxing escape with a separate seating area, free wifi and heating.

Morocco flag Skoura Morocco

Dar Panorama Guesthouse


Boasting sweeping views of the Skoura palm groves and Atlas Mountains from its rooftop terrace, the Dar Panorama Guesthouse offers a unique and comfortable place to stay. Traditional architecture and décor are found throughout the guesthouse which features spacious guest rooms with air-conditioning, a separate seating area and fan.

Morocco flag Merzouga Morocco

Kasbah Hotel Tombouctou


A majestic desert oasis, the Kasbah Hotel Tombouctou offers a place to relax and rejuvenate in the middle of the Erg Chebi Desert. Built in the essence of traditional construction, the hotel features natural materials, warm colors, and walls covered with ‘tadalaket’, a typical Moroccan lime plaster coating. All rooms have wifi, air-conditioning and a safe depost box, while the hotel’s facilities are extensive with an idyllic outdoor swimming pool, a spa, souvenir shop and a large restaurant and bar.

Morocco flag Fez Morocco

Palais Medina & Spa


Set on a 5 hectare Andalusian garden, the Palais Medina and Spa is the ultimate luxurious escape in Fez. A mecca of relaxation and comfort, enjoy a large outdoor swimming pool with panoramic views of the Jbel Zallagh Hill and the Old Medina, a spa center, and three restaurants. Spacious guest rooms are equipped with air-conditioning,  free wifi, and a safe deposit box.

Morocco flag Chefchaouen Morocco

Hotel Parador


Located in the heart of  the Chefchaouen Medina, Hotel Parador offers a convenient location for exploring the city. With sweeping views across the rolling hills of Chefchaouen, the outdoor swimming pool offers a relaxing oasis to enjoy. Simple and comfortable, the guest rooms are equipped with free wifi and air-conditioning.


Details for your small group tour.




The official currency in Morocco is the Dirham, although the recommended currency to take on your tour is the Euro. When you arrive in Morocco you will be able to change your Euros into the Moroccan Dirham. Ensure you change a small amount into small denominations.

Small change is also useful for paying for toilets while on tour which is customary in many destinations.

Dirham (MAD)

Fitness Level


To get the most out of your Small Group Touring Co. tour, you will need a good level of fitness. Our Africa tours require you to be able to walk at least 2-3 hours on uneven ground and climb several flights of stairs. It’s not every day that you come face to face with Africa’s natural beauty, local wildlife and bustling city centers in the continent’s harsh environment. We want you to be able to soak up every moment of your tour and create lasting, fond memories of your time in Africa. If you are affected by dusty conditions, please ensure that you come prepared and are fit enough to cope with the conditions.

Walking Ability

Arrival Time

Morocco - Arrival Time

We don’t want you to miss out on any aspect of your Small Group Touring Co. tour. To ensure that you don’t, we recommend you arrive at your starting destination by 14:00h in order to take part in your welcome dinner.

Dates and Prices

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*Prices shown are in USD.

Start Date   End Date Tour Price Offer Price Savings Status  
06 Sep 20
17 Sep 20
Guaranteed Departure
11 Oct 20
22 Oct 20
Guaranteed Departure
15 Nov 20
26 Nov 20

Additional Info

Operated By

This small group tour is operated by Bunnik Tours.

Single Supplement

The above pricing is based on twin share per person. If you are interested in single pricing please contact one of our tour consultants and they would be glad to assist in providing a detailed proposal including pricing.


Tipping has been included in your tour price for drivers, porters, waiters, any specialist local guides and your small group tour leader.