Discovery of Morocco

Per person

6,200 Mad

6 days – 5 nights

Marrakech – Fez – Chefchaouen – Casablanca

The journey starts in the magical and storied medina of Marrakech where snake charmers, fortune tellers will beguile your senses.

Followed by Fez the most ancient imperial city, and the religious capital of Morocco and the blue washed town of Chefchaouen.

Discover the history, architecture, cultural importance and traditional Moroccan hospitality.

Finally, you will experience Casablanca, whose charm and history await you.


Day 1: Mohammed V International Airport – Marrakech (300 km/3h30mn)

Your accompanying guide and Terratour agent will greet you
Transfer from Mohammed V Casablanca International Airport to Marrakech

Check in at your hotel

Dinner and overnight at your hotel 


Day 2: Visit of Marrakech

Breakfast at the hotel

Departure for a city tour with your guide:

The visit will take you to the historical sites of Marrakech:

Visit the Majorelle Gardens, conceived by the painter Jacques Majorelle in 1917. He created this garden around his workshop. This is a living work of art, full of exotic and rare plants: cacti, lilipads, varieties of jasmins, bougainvilleas, palms, coconut and banana trees, etc.

Visit the Yves Saint Laurent museum, located near the gardens. The museum houses part of the « Pierre Bergé – Yves Saint Laurent » collection, which includes high fashion clothes and accessories, as well as designs and various objects, prominently displayed as an exhibit.

Visit of the Koutoubia Mosque was one of the most important and the largest in the Islamic world when it was built in 1158.

Followed by the visit to the Saadien tombs dating from the end of the 16th century. The gardens are accessible through a narrow corridor, at the end of which you will find a beautiful garden with over 100 tombs, all adorned with beautiful mosaics. It is the site where servants and warriors from the Saadien dynasty are buried.

Visit the Museum of Marrakech, located in the exquisite palace, previous home of Mehdi Mnebhi who was then Defense Minister of Sultan Moulay Abdulaziz. The palace dates back to the 19th century.

And the Bahia Palace is one of the most important architectural works of Marrakech. It was built in the late nineteenth century in the hope of being the most impressive palace of all time.

Visit El Badi Palace is a ruined palace located in Marrakesh, Morocco. It was commissioned by the sultan Ahmad al-Mansur of the Saadian dynasty sometime shortly after his accession in 1578. The palace’s construction was funded by a substantia

l ransom paid by the Portuguese after the Battle of the Three Kings. It is currently a popular tourist attraction.

Free time for lunch

Late afternoon, walk through Jmaa El Fna square which is a bustling hub in the heart of Marrakech.  There to your delight, you will see live snake charmers, monkey trainers, storytellers, musicians and numerous forms of arts, such as games, henna tattooing, where you can also learn the art of henna designing.

Tea break at the Café Clock. The walls of this delighted place resonate with strange words from various storytellers who delight the visitors with stories and legends in Moroccan Arabic and English. In this legendary trendy café, the atmosphere is electrifying, warm and convivial, even if customers do not understand the words spoken. Various concerts, jam sessions and evenings filled with Gnaoua music are the trademark of Café Clock, making it an inescapable spot in Marrakech.

Dinner with show at the restaurant Chez Ali

Overnight at your hotel 


Day 3: Marrakech – Fez (550 km/7h30mn)

Breakfast at the hotel

Departure to Fez the most ancient imperial city, and the religious capital of Morocco

Free time for lunch

Arrival at Fez at the end of the afternoon

Check in at the hotel

Dinner and overnight at your hotel


Day 4: Fez – Chefchaouen (200 km/4h30mn)

Breakfast at the hotel

Departure with your guide for a half-day visit of Fez:

Visit of the Medersa Bou Anania, a name meaning « school ». This is an Islamic university. The Marinid sultan Marinid Abou Inane commissioned it in 1350. The Medera is one of the buildings dedicated to teaching Islamic Sciences.

Visit of the Medersa el-Attarine built in 1320, of modest size, to accommodate approximately 60 students at a time, known as the most ornate in the city.

And visit of the Qarawiyyin Mosque, built in 859, one of the oldest universities in the world. Its limited dimensions, coupled with its artistic architecture give it a feel of being a true gem, sculpted in the finest of detail

Visit of the Foundouk Nejjarine, built in the eighteenth century during the reign of Sultan Moulay Ismail. Originally, this magnificent building was designed as a warehouse of goods and trading. The foundouk also used as a warehouse for the valuables belonging to the Makhzen.

Free time for lunch

Departure to Chefchaouen a holy city for the locals, with about twenty mosques and sanctuaries.

It has charming powder-blue houses as well as the trademark dazzling lime-washed houses with blue doors.

Check in at the Auberge Dardara

Dinner and Overnight at the Auberge


Day 5: Chefchaouen – Casablanca (400 km/6h00)

Breakfast at the hotel

Departure with your guide to visit the Place Mohammed V Park which has wonderful views of the Rif Mountains.

In the shaded central square of Outa el Hammam is the Kasbah with red walls, fortress and keep of the fifteenth century with ethnographic and artistic exhibitions.

The octagonal minaret of the Great Mosque rises not far from there.

Free time for lunch

Brief stop in the old medina to take photos of the traditionally dressed habitants and colourful goods beautifully displayed.

Departure to Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco.

Check-in at your hotel

Dinner and overnight at your hotel


Day 6: Casablanca – Mohammed V International Airport

Breakfast at the hotel

Departure with your guide for visit of the city.

You will visit the exterior of the Hassan II Grand Mosque; this uniquely flamboyant building was erected at enormous expense to commemorate the former king of Morocco’s 60th birthday. Set on an outcrop jutting over the Atlantic Ocean with a 210 meter high minaret, it has become the city’s inescapable landmark.  With its endless array of hand-carved stones and wood, intricate marble flooring and inlay, gilded cedar ceilings and exquisite mosaics of zellij, it is the magnificent showcase of the very best artisanship that Morocco can produce

The Habbous, a part of the city that was built in the 1930s by the French.  Thus, usurping it features a unique and harmonious mix of French Art Deco and Moroccan inspired architecture…Then we will take you for a walk in the Mellah.

Transfer to Mohammed V Casablanca International Airport for your flight


The price and hotels:

City Hotels Double room, per person Single room
Marrakech Hotel Mogador Kasbah Marrakech 4*

(ou similar)

6.200 MAD / 590 EUR / 652 USD 7.150 MAD / 680 EUR / 752 USD
Fez Hotel Barcelo Fes 4*

(ou similar)

Chefchaouen Auberge Dardara Chefchaouen

(ou similar)

Casablanca Hotel Idou Anfa  & Spa Casablanca 4*

(ou similar)

Minimum group of 10 to 15 people rates


City Hotels Double room, per person Single room
Marrakech Adam Park Marrakech Hotel &Spa 5*

(ou similar)

7.350 MAD / 700 EUR / 773 USD 8.750 MAD / 833 EUR / 921 USD
Fez Hotel Les Mérinides 5*

(ou similar)

Chefchaouen Auberge Dardara Chefchaouen

(ou similar)

Casablanca Hôtel Le Palace d’Anfa Casablanca 5*

(ou similar)

Minimum group of 10 to 15 people rates


The rate includes:

  • 2 nights in Marrakech on half board basis
  • 1 night in Fez on half board basis
  • 1 night in Chefchaouen on half board basis
  • 1 night in Casablanca on half board basis
  • A day visit of Marrakech
  • A half-day visit of Fez
  • A visit of Chefchaouen
  • A visit of Casablanca
  • Transportation in a Mercedes Sprinter touristic Minibus with WIFI, the services of a driver, gas, toll and parking fees.
  • Services of an English-speaking professional guide during the visits of the sites.
  • Entry fees to the monuments.
  • Diner at the restaurant Chez Ali
  • Tea break at the Clock Café.
  • Photo break in traditional clothes in Chefchaouen


The rate does not include:

  • Flight tickets
  • Drinks
  • Free meals mentioned in the program
  • Tips
  • Personal expenses


Please note:

  • The fees are subject to availability at time of confirmation
  • Other activities may be suggested on demand or on-site at time of arrival