FROM $4,899

Colours of Morocco Escorted Coach Tour Roundtrip from Casablanca

Experience Morocco's rich culture on an escorted coach tour roundtrip from Casablanca. Visit Fes' ancient markets and Sahara Desert by 4x4. Enjoy a cooking class in Marrakech and discover the warm hospitality of Moroccans. Explore the country's deep history on an unforgettable journey.

Single traveller option available.

Colours of Morocco Escorted Coach Tour Roundtrip from Casablanca

DEPARTURE DATE: April 22, 2024
Countries Visited: Morocco


Get to know the vibrant culture and colourful backdrops that are distinctively Morocco. Explore Fes, one of the holiest cities in the world, on a walking tour in the Medina, where donkeys and mules laden with goods still walk the ancient market. Make your way to your desert camp by 4x4 jeep and spend a full day exploring the Sahara Desert. Travel the rugged “Road of a Thousand Kasbahs” to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Kasbah Ait-Ben-Haddou. In Marrakech, get a true taste of Moroccan hospitality during an interactive cooking class at a women’s cooperative. Experience Morocco's deep history, unique atmosphere and welcoming people on an unforgettable journey.

Choice on Tour Option: Visit the Jardin Majorelle and the Berber Museum, two iconic sites that showcase the beauty and ingenuity of Morocco’s cultural heritage -OR- explore the Musée Yves Saint Laurent and discover how the colours and textures of Morocco inspired this iconic designer.

Must-See Inclusions: Pause for a view of the Atlas Mountains extraordinary scenery and its Berber villages; Visit the Kasbah des Oudaias with its narrow and colourful alleyways; Explore Fes, one of the holiest Muslim cities in the world.

Cultural Experiences: Visit with a Nomad family and learn about their ancient traditions; Experience the desert both by 4x4 and on camelback during your 2-night camp stay; Stroll through the cobbled alleyways of ancient markets and medinas.

Culinary Inclusions: Select your own ingredients before a culinary workshop at a local women’s cooperative; Indulge in a tour and tasting at a winery estate

Travel Dates & Pricing

April 22, 2024from $4,899 CADPer Person
April 22, 2024from $6,199 CADSingle Traveler

What's Included

  • 13 night escorted coach tour round trip from Casablanca
  • 13 night accommodations
  • 13 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 8 Dinners
  • Taxes


1Mon Apr 22Casablanca, Morocco
2Tue Apr 23Rabat, Morocco
3Wed Apr 24Fes, Morocco
4Thu Apr 25Fes, Morocco
5Fri Apr 26Fes, Morocco
6Sat Apr 27Erfoud, Morocco
7Sun Apr 28Erfoud, Morocco
8Mon Apr 29Merzouga, Morocco
9Tue Apr 30Boumalne du Dades, Morocco
10Wed May 1Marrakech, Morocco
11Thu May 2Marrakech, Morocco
12Fri May 3Marrakech, Morocco
13Sat May 4Casablanca, Morocco
14Sun May 5Casablanca, Morocco

Day 1 – Casablanca, Morocco – Rabat – Tour Begins

Welcome to Morocco! After you land in Casablanca you will transfer to Rabat. Depending on your arrival flights, you may join your local Tour Manager on a vicinity walk to get acquainted with the area around your hotel in Rabat, your home for the next two days.

Day 2 – Rabat

Come to know Rabat on an in-depth tour* with a local guide who will share his knowledge of this city and its architectural gems. Visit the Chellah Necropolis, a walled town containing both Roman ruins and a medieval necropolis. Explore the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, the epitome of modern Moroccan design. The mausoleum’s ornate woodwork, marble, and bronze ornamentations make this a tomb truly fit for a king. See the Kasbah de Oudaias and its whitewashed buildings. Enjoy free time to explore on your own in the afternoon. At the end of your day, join your fellow travellers for a welcome dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 3 – Fes

Depart Rabat for Fes this morning. En route to Fes, stop at a winery estate for a tour, tasting and lunch. Explore the winery’s grounds on a guided tour through the vineyard and cellar, taking in sweeping views of vines and tasting some of the vintages. End your tour with a lunch in the estate. Then continue on to Fes where you will spend the next three nights at your riad.

Day 4 – Fes

Get ready to discover Fes, one of the holiest cities in the world. Learn about its history as a centre of government, philosophy, medicine, and religion. Visit the Royal Palace and the Al-Qarawiyyin University, the oldest continuously-operating university in the world (UNESCO), admiring its high arches and Andalusian influences. On a walking tour of the 9th-century medina, explore the alleyways and stalls of this ancient market.

Day 5 – Fes

Enjoy your day at leisure in Fes. Explore the city further, strolling through marketplaces or visiting a museum. Perhaps you will join an optional tour to Meknes and Volubilis. On this full-day tour, experience Meknes, one of four Imperial cities in Morocco where you will see the Bab Mansour gate. After an included lunch, travel to Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site, with its impressive and well-preserved Roman ruins.

Day 6 – Erfoud

Cross some of Morocco’s most breathtaking desert landscapes on the way to the Sahara. En route, pause in Midelt to bask in majestic views of the Middle Atlas Mountains. Arrive in Erfoud, called “Door to the Desert,” and where many famous movies were filmed, including The Prince of Persia and The Mummy.

Day 7 – Erfoud

Enjoy your morning at leisure in Erfoud, taking in the peaceful desert landscape. Later in the day, visit a local date farm. Here, you will have the opportunity to interact with the farmer and learn about the process of farming in the desert. This evening, make your way into the Sahara Desert aboard adventurous 4×4 jeeps, before slowing your rhythm to a gentle bobbing gate as you traverse the dunes on camel back en route to your tented camp for a magical 2-night stay.

Day 8 – Merzouga

Rise early to watch the sun illuminate the Sahara in stunning hues of orange, yellow and red. Then, continue your day by travelling to the village of Khamlia. Meet with locals to have an eye-opening and meaningful discussion before experiencing traditional sub-Saharan Gnawa music. Continue on your desert expedition and meet a nomadic community where you’ll learn more about this ancient way of living and how their traditions have changed. Return to your camp as the sun sets over the dunes. This evening, reflect on the serenity and beauty of the desert under a tapestry of twinkling stars.

Day 9 – Boumalne du Dades

Return to the edge of the desert this morning and marvel as the sun illuminates the vast sands. Visit the fortified village of El Khorbat. Dating back to the 17th century, this village showcases Jewish and Muslim architecture and artifacts. Learn more about Berber culture while visiting the museum within the village. Later, arrive in Boumalne du Dades, where a golden sun lights up the gorge’s river valleys, palmeries and burnished mud-brick homes.

Day 10 – Marrakech

Follow the rugged “Road of a Thousand Kasbahs,” where turreted fortresses rise up like sandcastles along this ancient trading route. Arrive at the UNESCO site of the Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou and discover the earthen buildings, defensive walls, and corner towers that make the ksar a striking feat of Moroccan architecture. Before you reach the exotic city of Marrakech, continue along the Tizi n’Tichka Pass in the High Atlas Mountains, a scenic route through lush oasis valleys, imposing mountains and several Berber villages.

Day 11 – Marrakech

Among the mosques and palaces, souks and riads, visit the ancient El Bahia Palace, whose architecture is a distinct blend of both Islamic and Moroccan styles. Embark on a walking tour with a local guide, stopping at shops along the way, or perhaps walk into the Jemaa El Fna Square, Marrakech’s main square. Then it’s your choice! Visit the Jardin Majorelle and the Berber Museum, two iconic sites that showcase the beauty and ingenuity of Morocco’s cultural heritage -OR- explore the Musée Yves Saint Laurent and discover how the colours and textures of Morocco inspired this iconic designer.

Day 12 – Marrakech

Today experience an Impact Moment and join a local women’s training centre in an interactive cooking class. Head to le jardin to source your own herbs and vegetables and learn the secret to making the country’s most celebrated dish: the tagine. Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure. This evening, perhaps you will join an optional horse-drawn carriage through Marrakech, followed by dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 13 – Casablanca

Depart Marrakech for Casablanca this morning. Upon arrival in Casablanca, visit the largest functioning mosque in Africa, the Hassan II Mosque. Learn about the history and the significance of this mosque on a privately-led tour. Gaze upon the intricate, colourful artistry of ceramic tile and hand-carved stone of this architectural wonder. Then bid farewell to your Tour Manager and fellow travellers during a farewell dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 14 – Casablanca

Your tour comes to a close this morning.

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