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    Tangier Tours: 11 Days Around Morocco

    11 Days Morocco Tour from Tangier Overview:

    Morocco Itinerary 11 Days

    Here’s this magical Private 11 Days in Morocco from Tangier to Casablanca. You’re in the hands of a company that has dived into experiences and tourism tasks for years. You must be looking to visit the north of Morocco, such as Chaouen, Volubilis (Empire Roman ruins) and Tangier, also, in the middle of the country visit Makes and Fes. As well as head to the south where the Sahara desert of Merzouga lies. Aspire to see and discover the history-filled Kasbahs, the enchanting gorges of Morocco, especially the Todgha and Dades gorges. Wander at the elegant and colorful souks of Rissani and Marrakech. On the penultimate days of your tour, stroll through the seaside old town of Essaouira and make the most of your time to relax on its picturesque beaches. Finally, finish your 11 days in Morocco at the economic capital city of Morocco Casablanca.

    11 Days Around Morocco Tour Itinerary Arrival & departure:

    Morocco Itinerary 11 Days

    Arrival Destination


    You will be picked up by our Driver Guide from Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport

    Departure Destination


    You will be dropped off  in Mohamed V International Airport.

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    Morocco itinerary: 11 Days in Morocco Trip (Travel)

    11 Days Morocco Tour

    Day 1: Arrival in Tangier » Head to Chefchaouen

    Welcome to this enchanting Country known as the kingdom of Morocco! Your 11 Days in Morocco with Africa North journeys starts by a Nice airport welcome pickup. You will be meeting your Expert driver guide at the exit Gate of the Ibnu Battuta Airport in Tangier and head directly to the city’s historical monuments to make most of your time in Morocco remarkable. Firstly get to explore the Hercules cave, Secondly, Visit the Cape Spartel, And lastly make a a stroll at the Medina’s narrow Streets. From Tangier we hit the Road to Chefchaouen known as the blue city or the blue pearl. Located at the middle Rif Mountains, Feel free to Have a nice evening Walk tour in the Medina and in it’s sourounding to more feel The Rif’s evening atmosphere. Overnight stay at a fantastic Riad.

    Day 2: Free Exploration Day in Chefchaouen

    Today keep up yesterday’s strolls and wanders and save a part of your time to visit Outa Hammam Square the beating heart of the town where life continues non-stop. Get lost in the blue-washed alleys of the Medina and let yourself dive into the charming color which will let you feel comfortable and stress-free. Later take a tour to Ras El Ma an amazing place where you can have fresh orange juice or a lunch tagine in the middle of a baby river. At the same place be Open-minded and give a chance to the Berber women who stand the whole day there to dress you to look like a Berber. Tip them and keep up hiking to the Spanish mosque to catch a fabulous sunset over the Old Blue Medina. At the end of the day make your way back to the Riad for overnight

    Day 3: Chefchaouen » Volubilis » Meknes » Fes

    Get your breakfast pack your luggage and let’s continue the Morocco 11 Days tour adventure towards Fes via Volubilis. Once we arrive at the Empire Roman ruins a city that lived through many different transformations and epochs until it became the capital of Mauritania the most remote capital in that period. Pay the entry ticket and get to dive into this fascinating historically rich city. Next, we keep up driving to Meknes known as the Ismaili Capital! One of the Moroccan imperial cities. It is characterized by its well-preserved medina, Impressive architecture, and amazing cultural heritage. Get to discover here the following sites; Bab El Mansour (Gate), Royal Stables, and Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. Later feel free to have lunch in one of the restaurants in the Medina then we continue to Fes for an overnight stay at a fantastic Riad.

    Day 4: Sightseeing tour in Fes with a local tour Guide

    Today is like no other you will get to discover the oldest Medina in the world an unbelievable journey awaits you. After finishing your breakfast, a knowledgeable local guide is on the agenda for today! He will accompany you during the whole day to show you all the hidden gems of Fes and to explain to you as much possible the history of this city that doesn’t end. Firstly Start with the Golden Gates of the royal palace.

    Next head to the Borj Sud for a breathtaking overlooking view of the Medina and its surroundings, next to the Pottery factory. Later get lost in the medina and discover all its wonders feel free to ask your guide about any question you might have without hesitation. After lunch continues wandering until around 4:00 or so. At the end of the tour city tour your driver guide will pick you up to the Riad to stay a last night before heading to the Sahara desert.

    Day 5: Fes » Ifrane » Cedar Forest » Midelt » Zaida » Ziz Valley » Erfoud » Sahara Desert

    Your 11 Days in Morocco tour still brings so many beautiful wonders! After leaving Fes we will be stopping at a beautiful town called Ifrane famous for its resemblance to European mountain towns with its red-roofed houses, lush greenery, and snow peaks. Feel free to wander for half an hour or less then let us keep driving to the natural majestic cedar forest of Azrou, located in the Middle Atlas Mountains renowned for its breathtaking beauty and rich biodiversity. The forest is home to a population of Barbary macaques. Next drive to the Ziz Valley a Valley that shows how important palm trees here are. Thanks to the palms that grow here. They can withstand thirst and dry weather. These palms are the source of livelihood for the inhabitants in the area.

    From there we continue to the Sahara desert. Once we reach. Mount your Camel and let it lead you on a magical journey through the golden sand. Upon Arrival at the desert camp take a much-needed shower, and a delicious dinner, and experience the rhythmic beat of Berber drums as local musicians serenade you with traditional music and songs. After music take a leisurely hike away from the camp’s light to immerse yourself in the Silence and spender of the desert night. Graze up at the twinkling stars above, as they illuminate the vastness of the night sky in a breathtaking display.

    Day 6: Free exploration day in Merzouga Desert

    Your day begins with an early Morning departure from your Desert camp. Setting out on a journey that will take you off the beaten path and into the heart of the desert. First visit one of the traditional nomadic encampments where you can catch a glimpse into Their way of life. Traditions and customs as you share tea and conversation in the welcoming embrace of their tent. Secondly, discover the mountain mine in Mefiss where you will witness the age-old tradition of mining in the region. Explore the minerals that they extract from the earth which include expensive stones and eyeliner.

    Thirdly visit Khamila Village where the vibrant rhythms and melodies of Gnawa music filled the air. Enjoy a glass of tea and listen to their amazing music that will take your mind away into the cultural heritage of the region. Make a break for Lunch in a Berber Pizza restaurant then we continue to venture into the lush oasis of the Merzouga to discover all what’s growing up in the desert area. As the sun begins to set we transfer you to a beautiful first-rate Hotel for an overnight stay.

    Day 7: Merzouga Desert » Rissani » Todgha Gorge » Boumalne Dades » Skoura

    Today we keep up the 11 Days in Morocco towards Skoura. After leaving the enchanting desert dunes of Merzouga we make a first stop at the Market of Rissani. Explore the bustling streets and vibrant squares where merchants sell a colorful array of spices, textiles, and handicrafts. Next, we set off again towards the mesmerizing Gorge of Todgha a nice and spectacular canyon carved by the river of Todgha over millions of years. Take your time and Marvel at the towering cliffs, Walk along the river and take a breath of fresh air. After Todgha we continue to another stunning gorge of Dades. Feel free to marvel at the sheer scale and the beauty of the landscape as you traverse this geological marvel. As the evening falls to a close we reach Skoura where a tranquil oasis nestled a midst palm and lush gardens. Overnight in a fabulous Host.

    Day 8: Skoura » Ouarzazate » Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah » Tizi N’Tichka » Marrakech

    The Journey from Skoura to Marrakech led us to traverse some of Morocco’s most iconic destinations and breathtaking landscapes. Today is filled with adventure and discovery. Undoubtedly a day that promises to leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. On the way to Marrakech, we will be making the first stop in Ouarzazate often referred to as “the gateway to the Sahara desert” In Ouarzazate explore the enchanting Kasbah of Taourirt and the Atlas Film studios. Where numerous Hollywood blockbusters have been filmed.

    Next to the charming Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, it’s a fortified village that dates back centuries. Take enough time to Marvel at the intricate clay architecture and maze-like alleyways as you wander through this ancient settlement. The Kasbah has served many the backdrop of numerous films and television shows. Later we continue our journey to the stunning Tizi N’tichka pass. One of the highest mountain passes in Northern Africa. As you descend from the Atlas mountains, we will arrive in Marrakech where you will be dropped off in your Traditional riad for an excellent overnight stay.

    Day 9: Sightseeing tour in Marrakech with a Local tour guide

    Start a journey of exploration. A local tour guide is on the agenda for today. The guide will show you all the tourist attractions of Marrakesh, which include: Jemaa El Fna Square: It is the beating heart of Marrakesh. As well as the walls of Marrakesh: are believed to have been built in the 12th century and surround the old city. In addition the Badi Palace, a historical palace dating back to the 16th century is considered one of the wonders of the world.

    You will also visit the Saadian Tombs: a mausoleum for the Saadian royal family and the center for visiting and learning about the history of the kingdom. Also, the Koutoubia Mosque: is a historical mosque built in the 12th century and expresses the cultural depth of the city. Finally, to Bahia Palace: a nineteenth-century palace that reflects luxury and beautiful design. Marrakesh is a multi-faceted tourist destination characterized by its historical and cultural beauty and the diversity of activities that visitors can enjoy. Later you have free time to continue strolling and exploring the old city on your own.

    Day 10: Marrakech » Casablanca

    The tenth day of your 11 Days in Morocco starts with a typical breakfast from your Riad in Marrakech onward journey to Casablanca. A trip that will take 4 hours equivalent to 244 km. Upon arrival in Casablanca, we will visit the iconic Hassan II Mosque the largest in Morocco and the third largest in Africa. Next, make a tour at the Cornish of the Casablanca, taste the Fresh fish, and then drive to the Hotel.

    Day 11: Casablanca » Airport Transfer

    Your last day in your 11 Days in Morocco begins with a delicious breakfast. Once you are ready to go we transfer you to the International Airport of Mohamed V. From then our tour and service ends we hope we served you as you expected we look forward to welcoming you ones again in the future.

    Morocco 11 Days Itinerary from Tangier Note:

    11-day Morocco itinerary Travel

    Tour Includes:

    • All Pickups & drops off during your Tour with us
    • Airport Transfers First and Last Day
    • Fluently English-speaking Guide or Driver
    • Well Comfortable and air-conditioned Car 
    • Fuel For the Car
    • 9 Nights in a Super Clean and Comfortable accommodations
    • Marrakech Fes City Tours with Local Guides
    • Desert Experience (Camel Rides - Excursion)
    • Visits to Fabulous Sights and Unique Places
    • 1 Night in a Desert Luxury Camp or Standard
    • Assistant - Help 24/7 During your Tour with us
    • Breakfasts
    • 3 Dinners in (2 in Merzouga Desert & 1 in Bomalen Dades

    Tour Excludes:

    • Lunches & Drinks & Dinners
    • Tickets of Historical Monuments
    • Travel insurance & Tipping

    11 Days Morocco Sahara Desert Trip Map:

    (Grand Desert Morocco Tour 11 Days)

    11 Days in Morocco

    11 Days Private Morocco tour Reviews:

    Morocco 11 Days Trip Tangier to Marrakech
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      11 Day Tour in Morocco from Tangier

      My 11 days tour in Morocco with Africa North journeys was magical. The seamless blend of cultural immersion, scenic beauty, and impeccable service made every day a highlight. The team at Africa North journeys went above and beyond to ensure our comfort and satisfaction. Their attention to detail, extensive knowledge, and genuine care for our experience was evident throughout the trip. This trip with Africa North journeys is absolutely an unforgettable one Highly recommended.

    Private Morocco 11 Days Tour Things to Know:

    11 Days from Tangier to Casablanca


    1. Culture and Customs: Familiarize yourself with Moroccan customs and etiquette. Respect local traditions, such as dressing modestly in certain areas and asking permission before taking photos of people.

    1. Language: Arabic and Berber are the official languages of Morocco, but many people also speak French and English, especially in tourist areas. Learning a few basic phrases in Arabic or French can be helpful and appreciated by locals.

    2. Health and Safety: Check if any vaccinations are recommended for your trip and ensure you have travel insurance that covers medical expenses. Morocco is generally safe for tourists, but like any destination, it’s important to take precautions against petty theft and scams.

    1. Food and Water: Moroccan cuisine is diverse and flavorful, with dishes like tagine, couscous, and pastilla being popular. Be cautious about drinking tap water and only consume bottled or boiled water to avoid getting sick.

    1. Accommodation: Confirm your accommodation arrangements in advance. Whether you’re staying in hotels, riads (traditional Moroccan houses), or guesthouses, ensure that you have a comfortable place to rest after your adventures.

    1. Local Customs and Traditions: Respect local customs, such as removing your shoes before entering someone’s home or mosque, and being mindful of Ramadan if your visit coincides with this holy month.

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