Imperial Morocco    *alt*

12 days, from £1850
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A land of deserts and mountains, infused with the deep-rooted traditions of the Arabs and the Berbers, Morocco is one of North Africa's most engaging destinations. Home to some of the finest reminders of Africa's imperial age, its cities and kasbahs provide the dazzling backdrop to this comprehensive journey of discovery.

After taking in the sites of Casablanca and Rabat, you'll head for the Roman ruins of Volublis and the old imperial city of Meknes, the historic capital of Moulay Ismail. The journey then continues towards Fez, one of the oldest and most complete medieval cities in the world, where you'll have time to wander its winding streets before heading out along the 'Road of a Thousand Kasbahs' and into the dunes and oases of the Sahara.

Next is Marrakech and its labyrinthine medina, which offers up a setting straight from the pages of the Arabian Nights. Here you'll have some time to enjoy the unique delights of its famous Djemma El Fna, before turning west towards the Atlantic coast and the charming fortified town of Essaouira.


- The ancient ruins of the capital Rabat
- Explore the Marrakesh Medina
- Wander through the winding streets of Old Fez
- Walk the ramparts by the sea in Essaouira
- Discover the dunes and oases of the Sahara

Tour Includes:

- 5 nights four star hotel accommodation, 6 nights traditional Riads of a superior standard
- 11 breakfasts, 1 dinner
- Accompanied by experienced English speaking driver on private basis
- Private driver and vehicle
- Private guided sightseeing on days 2,3,4 and 8
- Entrance fees included as per itinerary
- Private guided transfers to and from all airports
*Please note the prices shown are per person and based on two persons sharing a twin or double room


 Day 1: Casablanca

On arrival in Casablanca transfer to your hotel.

 Day 2: Casablanca - Rabat

Morning guided tour of Casablanca and drive to Rabat to see the ancient Roman ruins and Mosques. (B)

 Days 3-4: Rabat - Fez

 Day 3: Explore the Roman city Volubilis, the shrine town of Moulay Idriss, and the Imperial city of Meknes. (B) Day 4: Guided tour of Fez taking in the palaces, religious sites and everyday life. Afternoon at leisure. (B)

 Day 5: Fez - Midelt - Erfoud

Today take a trip from the middle and high atlas mountains down to the Lalla Mergouza dunes. (B)

 Day 6: Erfoud - Tineghir - Ouarzazate

Visit the palace of Ksar d'Akhbar before journeying along an ancient road to the Dades Valley. (B,D)

 Days 7-8: Ouarzazate - Marrakesh

 Day 7: Discover some traditional Kasbahs including Ait Ben Haddou, before driving over the Atlas Mountains. (B) Day 8: Morning guided tour of Marrakesh. Afternoon spent wondering the labyrinth of Djemma El Fna. (B)

 Days 9-10: Marrakesh - Essaouira

 Day 9: Head west to Essaouira, one of Morocco's most pleasing towns. Afternoon at leisure. (B) Day 10: Day at leisure. Stroll along the beach and see the mornings catch being cooked by the harbour. (B)

 Days 11-12: Essaouira - Marrakesh

 Day 11: Leaving the charms of Essaouira, it's back to Marrakesh for a bit of shopping in the souks. (B) Day 12: Tour ends after breakfast. (B)