Paradise Morocco



8 Days tour from Tangier, include Chefchaoun, Fes, Merzouga, Meknes, Marrakech, over the our of 8 days. Wonderful in every way, this private tour of Tangier, Morocco, will present you to the rich history, culture, and landscapes of this fascinating nation.

This private tour from Tangier takes you deep into the Sahara desert, where you’ll go camel riding, quad biking, hiking, or even flying in a hot air balloon. As your driver/guide takes you all across Morocco, you may experience the country’s rich cultural and culinary variety. 

Experience the wonders of Morocco over the course of eight days, including the country’s stunning landscapes, quaint Berber settlements, rugged gorges and valleys, and fascinating geology and history. Spend 7 nights at one of the top traditional Riads or hotels in the area.


  • Tangier greetings.
  • travel to see the blue city Chefchauen
  • A visit with the local guides around Fes.
  • Lost among Volubilis’ Roman ruins.
  • Local guides will show you Marrakech.
  • Azrou has Barbary Apes.
  • Merzouga Camels Merzouga Desert Night Sahara Camp
  • Ouarzazate’s Atlas Studio and Taourirt Kasbah.
  • Visit the UNESCO-listed Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.
  • Gorgeous Atlas Mountains.


We'll pick you up at the Tangier port or airport on the first day of your Morocco tour, and then we'll go straight to Hercules Cave, which is a must-see for every visitor to the city. Keep going over the Rif mountains towards Chefchaoun, the blue city, and take in the breathtaking scenery.

Chefchaouen's charming tiny Medina is a great introduction to Moroccan culture, and it's open to visitors at no cost. In Chefchaoun for the Night

Following breakfast, we'll set off on our journey to Volubilis, stopping en route at various picturesque Rif villages including Ouazzan. In Volubilis, you may see some of the best-preserved Roman remains in all of Morocco. This 3rd-century BC archeological site in Morocco will be explored and studied for its stunning display of columns, abandoned houses, and exquisite mosaics.

After touring the ruins, we'll continue on to Meknes, one of Morocco's four imperial cities and the Ismaili capital, where we'll have lunch and begin exploring the city, including the impressive Bab Mansour Gate, constructed by Sultan Moulay Ismail, and the peaceful courtyards of the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and Sahrij Swani, which were once used for irrigation and plantation. Taking a leisurely stroll around the historic Meknes medina and taking in the lively atmosphere of El Hedim Square. After a long day, we'll continue to Fes, where we'll spend the night in a quaint Riad or hotel right in the medina.

Your day of seeing Morocco's cultural capital will begin after breakfast. The ancient city, or medina, in Fes, known as "the spiritual city of Morocco," is worth seeing for its architecture. Many of Fez's landmarks are included in our guided tour. Examples include the colorfully mosaicked architecture and golden doors of the Dar El Makhzen, also known as the Royal Palace, and the Jewish Quarter (Mellah). Built in the 11th century, the renowned Chaouwara Tanneries are the city's biggest leather workshop. Although non-Muslims are not permitted inside the Kairaouine Mosque (the historic institution of Islamic study), they may nevertheless see the beautiful courtyard from outside. Many of the most impressive examples of Islamic architecture may be seen at the Najjarine Marble Fountain and Al-Attarine Madrassa. As one of Fes's most aesthetically pleasing religious institutions, the Bou Inania Medersa is a must-see.

There's time for lunch at a cozy local eatery in Morocco. The first thing you'll notice about the Bab Boujloud archway is that the mosaics inside are green, the holy color of Islam, while the ones outside are blue. Spend some time exploring the medina's streets and shops. In a while, we'll take you to the best spot to take in the breathtaking panorama of Fes El-enormous Bali's medina. Staying at the same Riad for both dinner and the night in the medina.

We leave Fes in the morning and make our way across the Middle Atlas Mountains, a very beautiful place. We'll have lunch in Midelt, the famed town of apples, but not before stopping to visit the monkeys in the cedar forest near Azrou, which is why the city of Ifrane is sometimes called "the Switzerland of Morocco." In the late afternoon, we'll hit the road for the Sahara, heading for the Tizi N'talghoumte pass (1907m) after stopping to take in the incredible Berber villages and Ziz Valley views along the way. From there, we'll make our way to Merzouga, where we'll be able to explore the incredible Erg-Chebbi sand dunes. At night, we check into our hotel (or Riad) for supper and a restful night's sleep.

On the following day, get up early to see the sunrise, then have breakfast and have a camel ride or drive back to Merzouga village before heading to Rissani. We're going to take a stroll around the area's most well-known and largest Market to become acquainted with the handiwork on display there. To maximize your time, plan your trip to Rissani on a Sunday, Tuesday, or Thursday. For those living in the desert, these three days are prime shopping time because of the souk. Later, we'll continue on to Tinghir through the Tafilalt Oasis, where we'll make a pit break to check out the oasis's historic water management infrastructure.

We have arrived at Tinjdad, where you may purchase lunch on your own. Then you'll go on to Tinghir, where you can take in breathtaking vistas of the Todra valley and have a stroll beside the canyons of the Todra Gorge, which are nearly a thousand feet deep and are a favorite of climbers. The day will come to a close in the verdant valley of Boumalne Dades, where we will have dinner and spend the night in a hotel or Riad.

To get to Dades valley from where we began our 8-day, Morocco-packed excursion is a trip of more than a thousand kilometers. On day six of the journey, there is still so much more to see and do!

Today, we'll be traversing the valley of the roses on the road of a thousand kasbahs—a sight to see any time of year, but especially in April and May, when the roses are in full bloom. Keep going to Ouarzazate to see the movie sets and Taourirt Kasbah.

We get in the car and go to the southernmost and most repaired ksar, Ksar Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We have a stroll in the grounds and a picnic lunch in the area. We carry on to Marrakech, passing over the High Atlas Mountains via the Tizi N Tichka Pass (2260m), which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and Berber communities.

Have just landed in Marrakech, and it's now nighttime in the Medina, the historic and cultural hub of the city.

Marrakech, one of Morocco's royal capitals and nicknamed "the Red City" for its many crimson sandstone structures, is where you'll spend the day after a hearty breakfast. The Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, and the Jardin Majorelle, a floral garden blending art deco and Moorish themes, will all be on the itinerary as you explore the medina with your local guide.

It's possible that you'll be able to have lunch before work. Then, go on with your Marrakech sightseeing. By strolling Djemaa El-Fna, the Medina's main plaza, you may take in the street performers, musicians, acrobats, storytellers, and magicians that make a living in this area. After checking into your hotel or Riad for the night, you'll have some free time to relax and watch the sunset over the lively Djemaa El-Fna Square.

You will be dropped off at the Marrakech Menara Airport today, marking the end of your Moroccan journey.

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