• Flight included
  • Accommodation included
  • Car rental included
  • Transfer included

Discover the best of Morocco

  • Round trip
  • 16 nights
  • Morocco
price from £ 939.00
  • per person
  • based on 2 persons

Discover Morocco with a tour inc hotels with breakfast, excursions, private transport or rental car and flights

From bustling Marrakech to historic Rabat, from the blue mountain town of Chefchaouen to the serene Sahara desert, from the vibrant culture in Fez to relaxing on the coast in Essaouira ... On this tour you’ll travel from one majestic city to another, and discover how diverse Morocco truly is. You’ll admire opulent mosques, Roman ruins, kasbah fortresses, unique landscapes and quirky cities. You can spend the night in authentic riads, fine hotels, and even a desert camp, where breakfast is served daily. Do you want to go an an epic adventure yourself with a rental car which gives you complete freedom, or do you want to enjoy the convenience of arranged private transport with a driver, so you can relax in the back seat? It’s up to you and you can choose how to experience this tour of Morocco!

Included
  • Round trip in Morocco: 16 nights
  • Breakfast
  • Half board excl. drinks in the desert camp
  • For the self-guided tour: rental car
  • With the guided tour: private transfers
  • Guided tours of Rabat, Fez and Marrakech
  • Camel ride through the desert in Merzouga
  • Return flight from London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, Manchester, London Stansted to Marrakech

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Day 1: Marrakech

Welcome to the royal city of Marrakech! Here, you’ll find a charming blend of chaos and authenticity that is hard to find anywhere else. Upon arrival at the airport, you can pick up your rental car, and drive to your riad. Drop your bags in your room and relax, or start exploring the bustling ... Read more

Riad Oriental Glory & Spa  or similar

Day 2: Casablanca and Rabat

Today you'll set off to drive about 3 hours to the largest city in Morocco: Casablanca. Once you arrive, you can visit one of the city's must-sees - Hassan II Mosque. This mosque is one of the largest in the world and can accommodate up to 25,000 worshipers. In addition, the marble det... Read more

Hotel Le Diwan Rabat - MGallery  or similar

Day 3-4: Rabat and Chefchaouen

After breakfast, a guide will take you through the historical highlights of Rabat, including the iconic Mohammed V Mausoleum, where the king's father and grandfather are buried, the royal residence of El Mechouar Essaid Palace and the kasbah fortress of Oudaya. You will also visit the Hass... Read more

Dar Zambra  or similar

Day 5-6: Volubilis, Meknes and Fez

There is plenty to see and do on day 5! Fez is the last destination of the day, but on the way there, you’ll also stop in two other cities, the first of which is Morocco's best-preserved Roman ruin: Volubilis. This historic city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located on the fertile plai... Read more

Hotel Atlas saiss Fès  or similar

Day 7: Errachidia

Today, a longer drive awaits you towards the east of Morocco, with the city of Errachidia as your final destination. In total you will be on the road for about six hours, but on the way you can also stop several times, whilst also admiring the beautiful scenery as you pass the city of Azrou. &... Read more

Auberge TINIT  or similar

Day 8: Desert camp in Merzouga

Following breakfast, it's time to drive further east to the village of Merzouga, one of the gateways to the Sahara. You’ll arrive here in the afternoon and have plenty of time to freshen up in the riad that belongs to the tented camp. Afterwards, get ready to embrace the role of a desert n... Read more

Riad Madu Luxury Camp  or similar

Day 9: Merzouga

Today, you’ll wake up in the desert and enjoy a delicious breakfast with a beautiful view. Then you will be picked up in a car and driven back to the riad. The rest of the day can be spent relaxing in the riad, after all the travelling over the past few days. Unwind besides the pool while gazi... Read more

Riad Madu  or similar

Day 10: Tinghir and Ouarzazate

Today, it's time to set off again after breakfast, with another long drive ahead. This time, you’re heading west to the city of Ouarzazate, in the south of the country. En route, you’ll marvel at the beautiful landscapes at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, and you can enjoy several st... Read more

Maison d'Hôtes Dar Farhana  or similar

Day 11-12: Ouarzazate and Taroudant

Today you’ll be able to see the sights of Ouarzazate, starting at the Kasbah of Tifoultoute. This kasbah was built on a rock and gives you an incredible view of the valley. You’ll also visit a craft school where you can find silver jewellery, pottery, stone carvings and wool carpets, all made ... Read more

Riad Tafilag  or similar

Day 13-14: Essaouira

Early in the morning your driver will set course for the last city of your tour: Essaouira. This drive takes about four and a half hours, and you will have an afternoon break in the coastal city of Agadir. Stretch your legs here and enjoy the view and a lunch (not included) before getting back... Read more

Chems Bleu  or similar

Day 15-16: Marrakech

After breakfast on day 15, it's time to drive back to Marrakech where you will spend the last 2 nights.

A tour of Morocco is not complete without an extensive visit to the iconic ‘red city' of Marrakech. That's why on day 16, you'll take a guided walking tour of some o... Read more

Riad Oriental Glory & Spa  or similar

Day 1: Marrakech

Welcome to the royal city of Marrakech! Here, you’ll find a charming blend of chaos and authenticity that is hard to find anywhere else. Upon arrival at the airport, you’ll be picked up by your driver who will take you to your riad. Drop your bags in your room and relax, or start exploring the... Read more

Riad Oriental Glory & Spa  or similar

Day 2: Casablanca and Rabat

Today you will be picked up from your riad after breakfast for a drive of about 3 hours to the largest city in Morocco: Casablanca. Once you arrive, you can visit one of the city's must-sees - Hassan II Mosque. This mosque is one of the largest in the world and can accommodate up to 25,000... Read more

Hotel Le Diwan Rabat - MGallery  or similar

Day 3-4: Rabat and Chefchaouen

After breakfast, a guide will take you through the historical highlights of Rabat, including the iconic Mohammed V Mausoleum, where the king's father and grandfather are buried, the royal residence of El Mechouar Essaid Palace and the kasbah fortress of Oudaya. You will also visit the Hass... Read more

Dar Zambra  or similar

Day 5-6: Volubilis, Meknes and Fez

There is plenty to see and do on day 5! Fez is the last destination of the day, but on the way there, you’ll also stop in two other cities, the first of which is Morocco's best-preserved Roman ruin: Volubilis. This historic city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located on the fertile plai... Read more

Hotel Atlas saiss Fès  or similar

Day 7: Errachidia

Today, you'll be picked up early after breakfast as a longer drive awaits you towards the east of Morocco, with the city of Errachidia as your final destination. In total you will be on the road for about six hours, but on the way you can also stop several times, whilst also admiring the b... Read more

Auberge TINIT  or similar

Day 8: Desert camp in Merzouga

Following breakfast, your driver will pick you up to drive further east to the village of Merzouga, one of the gateways to the Sahara. You’ll arrive here in the afternoon and have plenty of time to freshen up in the riad that belongs to the tented camp. Afterwards, get ready to embrace the rol... Read more

Riad Madu Luxury Camp  or similar

Day 9: Merzouga

Today, you’ll wake up in the desert and enjoy a delicious breakfast with a beautiful view. Then you will be picked up in a car and driven back to the riad. The rest of the day can be spent relaxing in the riad, after all the travelling over the past few days. Unwind besides the pool while gazi... Read more

Riad Madu  or similar

Day 10: Tinghir and Ouarzazate

Today you’ll be picked up after breakfast and have another long drive ahead. This time, you’re heading west to the city of Ouarzazate, in the south of the country. En route, you’ll marvel at the beautiful landscapes at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, and the driver will take several stop... Read more

Maison d'Hôtes Dar Farhana  or similar

Day 11-12: Ouarzazate and Taroudant

Today you’ll be able to see the sights of Ouarzazate, starting at the Kasbah of Tifoultoute. This kasbah was built on a rock and gives you an incredible view of the valley. You’ll also visit a craft school where you can find silver jewellery, pottery, stone carvings and wool carpets, all made ... Read more

Riad Tafilag  or similar

Day 13-14: Essaouira

Early in the morning your driver will set course for the last city of your tour: Essaouira. This drive takes about four and a half hours, and you will have an afternoon break in the coastal city of Agadir. Stretch your legs here and enjoy the view and a lunch (not included) before getting back... Read more

Chems Bleu  or similar

Day 15-16: Marrakech

After breakfast on day 15, your driver will pick you up, before you start to drive back to Marrakech where you will spend the last 2 nights.

A tour of Morocco is not complete without an extensive visit to the iconic ‘red city' of Marrakech. That's why on day 16, you'll tak... Read more

Riad Oriental Glory & Spa  or similar
Optional excursions

If you want to make your trip extra special, you can also book optional excursions. You can book and pay for the excursion during the booking process. The excursions may be shared with other travellers.

• Hot air balloon ride, camel ride and jeep ride (day 16) •
During this unmissable experience you’ll float over the promontory of the Moroccan Atlas. Once back on land, enjoy a freshly prepared Berber breakfast. This is followed by a camel ride through the desert. Finally, you will return to Marrakech by 4x4.
- Pick up time: 5:00 AM
- Duration: 4 hours (of which approx. 40 minutes in the air)
- Incl. transport, breakfast and flight certificate
- Please note that the tour is not recommended for people in poor health and children under 3 years old. In bad weather, the flight is delayed (or refunded).

• Guided tour of Essaouira (day 14) •
The charming coastal town of Essaouira is famous for its bustling fishing port and market. A guide will show you around the Port of Scala, the market, the jewellers and the crafts complex. For lunch (not included) you won’t want to miss out on the fresh fish near the harbour.
- Pick up time: 10:00 AM
- Duration: approx. 2 hours
- Incl. guide

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Excluded
  • Tourist tax: € 2.5 per person per night (to be paid on site at the hotels)
  • Entrance fees to the monuments during the included excursions: approx. € 8 to € 15 per monument
  • Fuel for the rental car
  • Any parking costs for the rental car
  • Any toll and bridge fees for the rental car
Payment

If you book this deal before 42 days of your departure, you can choose to pay in parts. The deposit will be 50% of the deal’s price plus the booking fee and travel and/or cancellation insurance (when applicable). You will find the payment amounts and deadlines to pay every installment at the last step of the booking process.

Additional Information
Conditions

Your booking is a direct contract between you and Secret Escapes Ltd. for the provision of your package. Secret Escapes acts as a tour operator responsible, and is therefore liable for the proper execution of the agreement. The Secret Escapes Terms and Conditions (A) apply to this booking. The Secret Escapes Cancellation Terms and Conditions apply to this booking.

Secret Escapes Limited is a company registered in England & Wales under number 07026107, registered office 120 Holborn, London, EC1N 2TD, United Kingdom.© Secret Escapes 2020

Price changes

Please note that the flights included in this offer are subject to live availability and price, and can change during your booking process. When this is the case, we will always notify during the booking process.

Occupancy

Maximum 2 people per room

Rental insurance

An excess risk applies in the event of theft or damage. A credit card deposit is required upon arrival. Comprehensive insurance, non-life insurance, liability insurance, theft insurance and cover for glass, tires, floor and roof damage is included. You will receive all rental car information along with your travel documents.

Single supplement

The single supplement is based on travel dates and duration of travel. You will see the final price in the booking process.

Third person discount

Based on a minimum of 2 full paying adults per room, a third adult can receive a 50% discount on the accommodation

Children's discount

Based on a minimum of 2 full paying adults per room children up to and including 3 years free in the accommodation.
Children from 4 to 12 years old receive a 50% discount on the stay.

Infants aged 0 to 1 years receive a discount on the flight ticket, but are not allocated their own seat on the plane or checked baggage

Pets

Pets are not permitted on this trip.

Travel documents

You will receive all documents relevant to your trip, 5 days prior to departure at the latest.

Flight times

Please note that flights may be subject to change, delay or postponement by the provider and that flight times are provisional. Don't forget to check the actual flight times before departure on the website of the airline or the airport to avoid inconvenient surprises.

Transport

When travelling without a rental car: At the airport in Marrakech, a driver will wait for you with a sign with our logo. You will receive more information about the transport along with your travel documents
When travelling by rental car: The rental car can be picked up at the airport.

Passport

Your passport must be valid for at least 90 days upon arrival in Morocco. For up-to-date information, visit the official gov.uk website or the relevant embassy.

Visa

British Citizens do not need a visa to travel in Morocco. For up to date information, visit the official gov.uk website or the relevant embassy.

Vaccinations

When travelling to Morocco, vaccinations against DTP (Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio) and Hepatitis A are recommended. Consult your doctor or the NHS travel advice website for more information.

Currency

The national currency of Morocco is the Moroccan dirham (MAD)

Group travel

This tour is individual and does not happen in a group.

The excursions are private but may be shared if other Secret Escapes travellers have booked their trip on the same date as you.

Travel Schedule

The specified itinerary is subject to change in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

Standards

Please note that the quality standards of hotels, facilities, transportation and roads may differ from Europe.

Similar accommodation

In case the above mentioned hotels are unavailable, you'll stay in comparable hotels in the nearby surroundings. You'll receive the final accommodations with your travel documents, 5 days before departure at the latest.

Route changes

In the event of unforeseen circumstances, the described itinerary may be changed.

Authentic riads

These traditional multi-storey Moroccan houses feature a courtyard with a fountain and lush gardens. Most riads are family run, so you will stay in an intimate atmosphere similar to boutique hotels. If your riad is not accessible to cars, the hotel staff will pick you up from the car to accompany you on the short walk to your accommodation.

Time keeping in Morocco

Please note that cultural attitudes to time keeping are a bit more relaxed than you may be used to in Morocco. Your driver will ensure that you are picked up and taken to your destination.