Morocco is a nation of complex textures and traditions. Come with us to explore Morocco's deep history and see Morocco in a way that will stay with you forever. Witness a side of Morocco few rarely see. Be amazed by the variety of cuisine, music and traditions in towns that date back to antiquity. Come join us on a once in a lifetime personal journey with us as your travel ambassadors
Day 1 - 2
Rabat is the capital and one of Morocco’s imperial cities. Our beautiful Riad is situated in the heart of the Medina. It is walking distance to the Oudaya gardens and the souk. This is a perfect place to get accustomed to the art of bargaining. The people are warm and welcoming.
Day 3 - 4
The city has two Medinas and is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is also one of the world’s largest car-free urban areas. This medieval city will transport you in time and is impossible to experience in only one day! We will spend our first day on a guided tour that we curate together. We will visit our favorite spots and your points of interest. In the evening we can book you a hammam and decide on our dinner menu that will be prepared at our beautiful Riad. We will hire live entertainment.
Our morning drive will take us through the beautiful cedar forest of Azrou. If you are a monkey lover you will be excited to stop and see the Barbary apes native to the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Another highlight of this drive will be stopping for coffee or tea in the town of Ifrane, known as Africa's "Little Switzerland." This popular year-round destination even has a ski resort. Our overnight in Midelt will break up the drive and is our favorite stop for a wild trout dinner and live entertainment if you wish
Day 6 - 7
Camel ride to the heart of the Sahara and a night in beautiful deluxe tents. We will be isolated under the night skies with surprise entertainment. A day of relaxation. Enjoy the Sahara, explore the village or sip wine in front of our pool that overlooks the captivating dunes.
Day 8 - 9
Named the door to the desert and is famous for its movie industry and beautiful Kasbahs. It is calm and welcoming. This is where Mohamed grew up. We will meet his family and visit their farm. We will have tea with his father who is over 115 years old. He will share stories and his secret to longevity.
Day 10 - 11
Morocco derives its name from Marrakesh. Located to the north of the foot hills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, Marrakesh is the fourth largest city in Morocco and one of its most visited places for its history, culture, and architecture. Walk the most famous UNESCO recognized square in the heart of the medina. In the evening it transforms into a medieval circus. We will visit Majorelle Gardens. These beautiful gardens were home to Yves Saint Laurent and include a wonderful berber museum.
Day 12 through 15
A beautiful laid back port city. If you like fish, surfing, or silver jewelry, this is your spot. Enjoy your day by walking the ramparts. Shopping is a must. Take a cooking class. Walk the souk. We will dine at Cafe Caravan. This is a special night with great food, entertainment and delicious cocktails.