See the best of Fez with this comprehensive guided tour. Explore the twisting streets of the old Medina, with shops selling spices, carpets, silver, and more. See a university dating back to AD 859, the elegant Nejjarine Fountain, the pungent Chouara Tannery, and the blue-tiled Bab Boujloud. Visit the former Jewish Quarter, the gates of the Royal Palace, and an Andalucian-style garden before returning to your hotel.
Discover the iconic sites of an ancient Imperial city on a private, full-day tour of Fez. Take in the broad esplanade of the Royal palace and the 16th-century architecture of Borj Sud, then go deep into the UNESCO-recognized medina. Follow narrow lanes to covered bazaars and an eminent madrasa, and pass riverside tanneries and hillside shrines. Get a glimpse of daily life in bustling Nejjarine Square, discover Moroccan art in the Dar Batha Museum and leave the medina to visit potters’ studios and Borj Sud, an imposing Saadian watchtower.
This guided tour of Fez allows you to navigate Morocco’s cultural capital with ease. Your guide will lead you to highlights like the Royal Palace gate, the former Jewish Quarter, the Janan Sabil Garden, Bab Boujloud, the Tannery, and more. Enjoy a traditional lunch at a local restaurant and then continue your tour. Meet local artisans and admire their ceramic, copper, and leather products.
Fez to Fez 3 days desert tour Our journey today to discover the mystics and the cultures of Morocco will start by following the track of the Medieval Caravans to the gate of the Sahara. From Fez, we will head to Merzouga. The spectacular view of the middle Atlas depicted in cedar trees and pines will take your breath away.
Passing by Imouzzer with a quick stop at the Suisse city of Ifrane, you will have the opportunity to visit the important forest in Morocco and you will be able to see Berber apes Around Azrou.
From middle Atlas to high Atlas Mountains of around 12,000 feet height. At Midelt we could have lunch there.
This charming town is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. It is famous by harvesting high quality apples. Lunch will be in one of the traditional restaurants of this town choosing our today’s dish from a stuffed Atlassi menu. The green mountainous scenery will shift to a warmer one as we arrive to the gate of the Sahara and the great Oasis of Taffilalet....
Our trip from Fez, Merzouga, Ouarzazat, Marrakech is an opportunity to discover as much as possible about the Moroccan beauty, passing by the charming landscape and nature of the Middle Atlas by stoping at Ifran the Little Swittzerland of Morocco, the Cedar Forest or home of Monkeys, We Head the road to the yellow color of the sahara Desert Merzouga right before the end of the day Where you will have about an 1H of camel trekking along the desert enjoying one of the best sunset you will encounter in your life to finally arrive to Erg Chebbi dunes where you will be spending the night around a great dinner while enjoying a local folkloric band around a fire camp. Our next destination is Ouarzazate so it’s recommended to wake up early so you can catch an amazing sunrise over the dunes of your camp.After breakfast we will visit the town of Ouarzazate,We stop in ait ben haddou we will arrive in the time of lunch, We continue passing through the high atlas, then Drop Off In Marrakech.
Travel from Fez to Marrakech on a 3-day desert tour, and spent a night beneath the stars in a traditional nomad’s tent. Meet macaque monkeys in a cedar forest, wind up into the high mountains and slip into soaring river gorges. Leave the road at Erg Chebbi; ride a camel into the sand to catch a Sahara sunset and climb the Merzouga dunes at dawn. Visit Ouarzazate’s film studios, pass through the bristling palmeries of the Skoura Valley then explore Ait-Ben-Haddou’s intricate kasbahs before rolling through the gates of Marrakech.
Explore two UNESCO treasures in a day. Choose between the highway route or a more scenic drive through hilly olive groves and vineyards. Discover the basilica and mosaics of the Roman ruins at Volubilis, then enjoy lunch in the nearby hills of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun. Your next stop is the walled city of Meknes, where you see regal stables, an underground prison, and the mausoleum of Morocco’s first Arab king.
Join a private guide for a fascinating tour of Fez and discover historic sites, winding lanes, and the bustling heart of the city. Follow narrow streets into the medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, stopping at mosques, a celebrated madrasa, and the colorful Fez tanneries, which date back to Medieval times. Throughout the day, you’ll enjoy the flexible, personal experience of a private guide, with time to shop, explore, sample local treats, or just soak up the vibrant atmosphere at your own pace.
we keep clients and tourist’s company with a close eye on them. The “Morocco Trip Desert” provides special experiences on time with multilingual guides, being good at different languages and cognizant of the would-be context.
Take a full day to visit the blue city of Chefchaouen with a private driver for the round-trip journey from Fez. See the highlights of the city and handicrafts that are unique to this part of Morocco, and stroll around the picturesque town center.
On this private sightseeing day trip, you’ll tick off the top attractions in Fez in a single outing. Highlights include a first-hand peek at iconic Chouara Tannery, the blue-and-white mosaic tiles in the stunning Dar al-Makhzen, or Royal Palace, and the scenic, history packed Jewish Quarter.
Spend the night in traditional, Berber-style nomad tents on this scenic overnight journey from Fez to Merzouga. Escape the bustle of the city and explore the Berber village of Zaida, the small mountain town of Rich, and the Saharan oasis of Tafilalet. Other highlights include a camel ride through the desert and tea with a local Berber family.
Situated in the Rif Mountains north of Fez, the blue-hued hillside town of Chefchaouen is among Morocco’s most photogenic destinations. After the stress-free journey from Fez, take the whole day to wander Chefchaouen at your own pace. This tour is one of the most flexible options for day-trippers who want the freedom to explore as they wish.
Join a private guide on a full-day tour of the Fez medina, a fascinating walled city that’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll enter Bab Boujloud gate, then visit a series of spiritual and cultural landmarks, from a pair of historic madrasas to the Nejjarine Museum. Continue to colorful tanneries before leaving the medina for a trip to the Royal Palace and Bab Fettouh cemetery, where you’ll find sweeping views across the city. With the personal service of a private guide, this full-day tour is ideal for first-time visitors.
Tour of Morocco Country and exploring Morocco in the heart of Morocco in the heart of Morocco. Totally a Moroccan style built by the French in the 1930's to resemble Swiss village, we continue through the forest in our region to the monkeys, we across the Middle Atlas Mountains. Most of the day will be spent winding your way through the beautiful forests ..
Cover three of Morocco’s most renowned historical sites on this three-for-one, private full-day tour from Fez. Wander through Roman-era ruins in ancient Volubilis, learn about the spiritual significance of stunning Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, and explore the attraction-packed Old City of Meknes, famous for its Moorish architecture and centuries-old gates.
Taste your way through the Marrakech medina and local markets on a private food tour that’s all about discovering local spots that most visitors miss. A series of 10 included tastings go from traditional tagine to Morocco’s distinctive sweets, and you’ll pause to see the raw ingredients, techniques, and traditions behind the foods, watching local chefs at their delicious work.
will start from Fes the surviving Castle to the most charming towns of the Atlas mountains. We will leave Fes in the morning to start heading towards the cold side of the country passing by most charming landscape and captivating small villages.
The old medina of Fez: the largest urban area without cars in the world, Fez, a UNESCO site, is a massive maze of dusty streets, sumptuous houses and palaces, busy markets and countless stories. The joy of visiting Fez consists largely of simply winding through this medieval urban jungle. Among the many things we will discover are the recently restored leather tanneries, the Foundouk Nejjarine wooden museum, the Dar el-Magana water clock, the serene Koranic school of Bou Inania, the Moulay Idriss II mausoleum and the University of Karaouiyne ( the oldest university in the world), just to name a few. If you are interested in souvenir shopping: as the center of the Moroccan craft industry, Fez is also the perfect place to do some souvenir shopping. Scarves, leather goods, carpets, spices, metal products, ceramics, etc., Fez has it all!
See the best of Morocco from Fez to Marrakech on this 3-day private tour, and customize your itinerary according to personal preference. Enjoy easy transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle and visit highlights such as the alpine-style mountain town of Ifrane, the Todra Gorge, and the UNESCO-listed Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou. A camel trek in the desert and a night at a luxury Sahara camp is also included.