Per person

6,200 Mad

6 days – 7 nights

Casablanca– Marrakech– Béni Mellal – Ifrane – Fès – Casablanca

We invite you to discover Morocco, and to explore the Imperial Cities of Marrakech and Fez. Discover the history, architecture, cultural importance and traditional Moroccan hospitality. Visit ancient medinas, monuments and souks, passing through the cities of Beni Mellal and Ifrane, rife with natural beauty.


1st day: Casablanca Airport – Marrakech (300 km/ 3h30) – (D)

Welcomed by your guide and Terratour agent

Transfer from Mohammed V International Airport to Marrakech, to your hotel.

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel


2nd day: Visit Marrakech–(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel

Depart with your guide for a day of guided visits of the major monuments in Marrakech

Visit the Bahia Palace recognized for its grand architecture, it was built in the 19th century, and was inspired by both Arab and Andalusian styles.

🏛️ The Bahia Palace, Marrakech: History, Opening times, Entrance fee

The palace’s foundation began in 1880 under orders from Vizir Sidi Moussa, then head of the Moroccan kingdom. He wanted a luxury resort to please one of his lovers, he thus presented her with a palace containing about 160 rooms, this must explain the nickname given to the structure, « The Palace of the Beauty ».  

Visit the El Badi Palace built at the end of the 16th century, this ancient palace was commissioned by the sultan Ahmed al-Mansur Dahbi to celebrate his victory against the Portuguese army, in 1578, in the Battle of the Three Kings. Today, what remains is an immense esplanade of dug-in gardens, orange trees, surrounded by high walls.  

Visit of the Saadi Ruins the only remaining vestiges of the Saadi dynasty, which reigned between 1524 and 1659, they house the tombs of the Saadi royal family.

Walk to the Koutoubia a religious landmark; it was restored by the Almohades beginning in 1162, a bare-bones mosque built near the old souks of librarians, where the moniker « Koutoubia » (mosque of the librarians) originates.

Free time for lunch

Late afternoon, walk around the souks and the famous Djamel El-Fna square, a landmark in the heart of the city. In 2001, “the cultural space of Jmaa El Fna” was designated by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity, a meeting point for people of the desert and mountains. 

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel


3rd day: Marrakech – (B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel

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, bougainvillea, palms, coconut and banana trees, etc.

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

Free time for lunch

Visit the garden of Menarais an extensive garden planted with olive trees, built during the Almohade dynasty. In the center of the garden a basin was built adjacent to a pavilion. It was designed as a reservoir to irrigate nearby agricultural lands and olive and orange groves. 

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel


4th day: Marrakech – Béni Mellal – Ifrane –Fès (500 km / 7h30) –(B) (D)

Breakfast, then leave for Fez, via the cedar road and Mid-Atlas.

Passage through Béni Mellal, a city close to the Atlas and its national parks, Kasbah Tadla.

Walk through the city of Azrou. This town is located at 200 meters’ altitude and its name lends to its rocky outcrop. Bordered by a beautiful cedar forest, we will stop to admire the monkeys which inhabit it. It also features an authentic medina.

Continuing towards Ifrane, this Mid-Atlas town is characterized by its European urbanism. Located in the mountains, it is an oasis of water sources and greenery: lakes, fountains, etc.

Free time for lunch

Arrival in Fez

Hotel check-in

Dinner and overnight at the hotel


5th day: Visit of Fez –(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel

A day of guided visit of the most ancient imperial city, and the religious capital of Morocco: Fez.

Medersa de Bou Inania - Guide Maroc - Hors Circuit

Visit of the Medersas 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 Médersa el-Attarine built in 1320, of modest size, to accomodate 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

The afternoon will take you to the visit of the Royal palace and the newer part of Fez, called Fez El jadid (new city).

Dinner and overnight at the hotel


6th day: Fez – (B) (D)

Breakfast at the hotel

Free day

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel


7th day: Fez – Casablanca Airport (300 km/ 3h30) –(B)

Breakfast at hotel

Transfer to Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca for your flight


Hotels list and price

The rate includes:

  • 6 nights in hotels indicated (or similar) on half board basis.
  • Transport in a Mercedes Sprinter tour vehicle, with 17 seats, including driver, mileage, toll and parking fees, as well as onboard Wi-Fi.
  • A day’s visit of Marrakech (Bahia Palace, Badi Palace, Saadi Tombs, Koutoubia, Majorelle Gardens, Jemaâ el-Fna)
  • A day’s visit of Fez (Medersas Bou Anania, Médersa el-Attarine, Qarawiyyin mosque, Nejjarine fountain)
  • Travel guide from beginning to end of journey
  • Admission price to all aforementioned venues


The rate does not include:

  • Service tips
  • Personal expenses


Rates and hotels:

City Hotels (4 stars) Double room, per person Single room, for person
Marrakech  Hotel Mogador Kasbah 4*

(ou similare)

6.200 DHS /

590 EUR / 690 USD

7.500 DHS /

715 EUR / 835 USD

Fes Hotel L’escale  4*

(ou similare)

Minimum group of 10 to 15 people rates

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

(or similar)

8.950 DHS /

855 EUR / 995 USD

10.190 DHS /

970 EUR / 1.135 USD

Fez Hôtel Les Mérinides 5*

(or similar)

Minimum group of 10 to 15 people rates

City Riads (4 stars) Double room, per person Single room, per person
Marrakech Ryad Noura

(or similar)

11.300 DHS /

1.079 EUR / 1.255 USD

14.550 DHS /

1.385 EUR / 1.619 EUR

Fez Riad Arabesque

(or similar)

Minimum group of 10 to 15 people rates

City Riads  (5 stars) Double room, per person Single room, per person
Marrakech La Maison Arabe

(or similar)

14.200 DHS /

1.355 EUR / 1579 USD

20.350 DHS /

1.940 EUR / 2.265 USD

Fez  La Maison Bleue

(or similar)

Minimum group of 10 to 15 people rates

City Hotels  (5 stars) Double room, per person Single room, per person
Marrakech  Sofitel Marrakech Lounge & Spa 5*

(or similar)

15.450 DHS /

1.475 EUR / 1.720 USD

22.450 DHS /

2.140 EUR / 2.495 USD

Fez Hotel Sahrai 5*

(or similar)

Minimum group of 10 to 15 people rates

Ville Hotels  (5 stars) Double room, per person Single room, per person
Marrakech Hotel la Mamounia 5*

(ou similare)

25.550 DHS /

2.435 EUR / 2.840 USD

40.450 DHS /

3.855 EUR / 4495 USD

Fez Hotel Sahrai 5*

(or similar)

Minimum group of 10 to 15 people rates


Please note: The above rates will be subject to availability, at time of confirmation.


NB/      B = Breakfast           /           L = Lunch         /       D = Dinner