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13 Days Moroccan Holiday Honeymoon Package, Morocco

Budget : Deluxe
Price : On Request
Duration : 13 Days
Itinerary: Africa, Morocco


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The most westerly of the North African countries, Morocco is one of the most beautiful and romantic destinations in African continent. High Atlas mountains, gorgeous Ameln valley, Rif mountains and many more exciting natural landscapes and other sightseeing places attract tourists from worldwide. Honeymoon in Morocco is a good choice for newlyweds with plenty of romantic sightseeing options and activities options.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1 – Casablanca

After your arrival to Casablanca airport at 7:25 pm, your English speaking driver would escort you to “Rick’s Café” (from the movie Casablanca) for dinner.
Accommodation at your charming hotel in Casablanca. Overnight at Hotel Les Saisons Maroc.

Day 2 – Casablanca – Meknes – Volubilis – Fez

Begin your day with a visit to the newly opened Jewish Museum in Casablanca (closed on the weekend). Although its collection is still quite formative, this is the first Jewish Museum in an Arab country. Visit the neighborhood that is home to most of Morocco’s Jewish Community and visit the famous Hassan II Mosque (the only mosque that can be visited by non Muslims in Morocco).

Afterward you will take a ride past centuries-old olive groves and vineyards as we near Meknes, the Ismalian capital, famous for its 25-mile-long walls – and, not to mention excellent wine – where we’ll stop for a sumptuous lunch in a grand palace.

Heading to port Bab El Mansour and Bab El Khamis, journey back thousands of years and explore the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis sprawled over a wildflower-dotted hillside, where a magnificent triumphal arch presides over the awesome remains of palaces and mansions, Roman baths and basilicas, and stunning mosaics.

End your day with sumptuous dinner and lodging at your charming riad in Fez.
Overnight at Riad El Yacout

Day 3 – Fez

Fez is the holiest city in the Islamic world after Mecca and Medina. Founded at the beginning of the 9th century by Moulay Idriss II, and barely unchanged, this enchanting city has been a seat of government, philosophy, medicine and most notably religion since then. Fez, the best surviving example of an ancient Arab city, is comprised of the “new” city, established in the 12th century, and the 2,000-year-old medina, where donkeys and mules laden with goods still trawl alongside buyers through the ancient market, itself a fascinating maze of lanes, blind alleys and bustling souks assaulting the senses with spices and exotic delicacies.

Fez is the perfect place to hone your bargaining skills in buying souvenirs, brightly colored hand-loomed carpets or fine crafted artisan goods. Visit the famous leather tanneries, a honeycomb of vats erupting in an explosion of brilliant color. Then, climb to the venerated Merenid Tombs for a spectacular panoramic view of Fez.

Dinner at the romantic ancient restaurant Medina Palace on 2nd night.
Accommodation at your luxury Riad El Yacout in Fez.

Day 4 – Ifrane – Errachidia – Erfoud – Merzouga (Camel ride and overnight in the desert)

Today you drive from Fez to Merzouga for your three night desert adventure. This trip begins after a relaxed lunch (depending on when you arrive). The camels will be packed with food, blankets and everything else which you will need. The trek will start right into the desert, where it is completely secluded. All you need to take is a small daypack on your back with your toothbrush/toothpaste, sunscreen, a change of clothing for three days, and water. The path you take will lead you to a small oasis right in the middle of the dunes. This is where you will spend the night. It will be a magical night when the sky is clear of cover and stars sparkle and shine with intensity. During the first night, there will be a wonderful dinner around a campfire. (Note: there are no toilet facilities. It is just you, the staff, your camels, and the desert. You won’t see anyone else around.) This is basic camping in the desert with a mattress and blanket.

Day 5 – Camel ride and overnight with Toareg family

In the morning, after having breakfast you will ride around 2 hours to reach your next destination. You will stop for lunch next to a desert tree ‘Tamarist’ for about 1 ½ hrs. In the shadow of this tree, you will have your lunch. After lunch you head towards the home of a Toareg family with whom you will spend your second night and share some time with them.

Day 6 – Camel ride and overnight luxury camp

Explore the mystical Saharan landscape as you ride by camel over the stunning sugar-fine sands of Merzouga. As night falls, listen to the heady intoxicating beat of Berber drum music and song during the traditional pouring of mint tea. Watch bread being baked in the sand, and delight in a Moroccan feast of harira soup, a savory tagine (stew with meat and vegetables) and couscous. At nightfall, you’ll sleep under a luxury nomad tent beneath flickering stars in the clear desert sky. Experience a sense of timelessness in the still, silent desert unchanged since caravans loaded with spices, gold and indigo crossed long ago. Good walking shoes are recommended.

Day 7 – Merzouga -Boumalne du Dades – Todra Gorges – Tinghir

After a special Berber breakfast, you’ll depart for Todra Gorges, traveling the rugged Road of a Thousand Kasbahs that rise up like turreted sand castles along this ancient caravan trading route. This area has long been a popular location for Hollywood films such as The Last Temptation of Christ, Jewel of the Nile, and most recently Hideous Kinky. The central region is one of the most exciting and romantic destinations of Morocco nestled along rich river valleys, palmeries and burnished mud-brick homes ablaze in vibrant color under the shelter of the blue desert sky. You’ll travel through the Dadès Valley past dramatic escarpments and plunging gorges via Tinghir.

Dinner and overnight at your luxury Kasbah Lamrani in Tinghir.

Day 8 – Kalat Megouna – Skoura – Ouarzazate – Ourika Valley (High Atlas Mountains)

A stop at Kalat Megouna followed by a short drive to Ouarzazate for lunch. You’ll then have a short drive for a special visit to the famous Kasbah Ait Ben Hadou.

Continue your adventure along the majestic beauty of the High Atlas Mountains, through the scenic route of Tizi n’Tichka’s lush oasis valleys and mountainous areas highly popular with trekkers. You’ll stop for lunch at one of the Berber villages on your way to Ourika / High Atlas Mountains. Drive past a pageantry of fragrant, dense pine and cedar forests, terraced farms and \sienna mud-brick Berber villages. Stop to visit the Berber village of Anrar and to have a taste of the Berber life style by having a cup of tea within a Berber family.

Day 9 – Ourika / High Atlas Mountains

You will explore one of the most beautiful and unspoiled valleys of the High Atlas. The Valley of Ourika rises gently up to the preliminary hills of the High Atlas where small typical villages have nested. It is a pure and magnificent place where silence is only ” disturbed ” by birds singing, water streams and wagtails. Ourika is famous for its pottery, minerals and crystal.
A visit to the aromatic garden of the valley at souk Latnine.

Enjoy a couple of hours trekking to explore the hidden Berber villages of the valley or a couple of hours hiking to discover one of the hidden water falls of the high Atlas (Ste Fathma Water Fall).
You might want to take advantage of the traditional Moroccan Hammam (steamed bath). This is an enclosed steam room and massages; it’s $100 per person, and must be booked in advance.
Dinner and overnight at your luxury Berber Kasbah Omar at the village of Anrar.

Day 10 – Marrakech

Travel from Ourika leads you to one of Morocco’s jeweled Imperial Cities, mystical Marrakesh. An enchanting palm oasis set against the snow-capped peaks of the High Atlas mountains. Explore the ancient Bahia Palace from the days of the harem, now populated by a sentry of nesting storks, enter the ancient royal Saadian Tombs, explore the vibrant and historic Jewish mellah where some of the best jewelry of Morocco is sold, and see the majestic Koutoubia Mosque before entry into the 9th century walled medina.
A traditional Moroccan dinner at the famous Stylia Palace from the 15th century at the ancient medina.
Accommodation at your luxury Riad El Assafir in Marrakech.

Day 11 – Marrakech

In Marrakesh, you’ll spend a full day exploring this majestic Imperial City.
Thrill in the bewitchery of the night that beats in the heart of the famed square, Djemaa el-Fna, where delectable fare is grilled over coals in bustling torch-lit open-air markets. Mystical snake charmers, hustlers and mischievous monkeys are part of the nightly drama that unfolds, as Berber acrobats, fortune tellers, musicians and engaging storytellers seduce rapt crowds. Then wind your way through the serpentine labyrinth of the spice-filled air of the bustling souk, unchanged for over 1000 years, where you’ll discover the best of traditional Moroccan craftsmanship.

You’ll cap off your journey at the dinner event of Fantasia as you bear witness to a splendid dramatic display of Arabian Nights filled with belly dancing, folkloric troupes, and stately Arabian steeds charging in dynastic battles as of yore.

Accommodation at your luxury Riad El Assafir in Marrakech.

Day 12 – Essaouira – Marrakech

Nestled along the southwestern Atlantic coast of Morocco, Essaouira is a beautiful, white and quite coastal town, founded in the 16th century as a trading post for the Portuguese. It is located amidst some of the most spectacular seashore; virtually untouched beaches lie only a few miles away from the heart of the town.
Now home to 50,000, Essaouira is one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco. There are few things in Morocco more pleasurable than a stroll along its whitewashed streets and crenellated ramparts, looking out over the Atlantic Ocean.

A late afternoon drive back to Marrakech to your riad gives you time to refresh.
Dinner at the famous Jamaa El-Fna Square with the locals.
Accommodation at your charming riad in the ancient city of Marrakech.

Day 13 – Marrakech – Transfer to the airport for your return home with plenty of tales of Arabian days and nights.

Price: On Request
Duration: 13 Days

Package Inclusions

  • Luxury 4* Riad, Kasbah & hotel lodging
  • Breakfast daily
  • All dinners
  • 4×4 in and out of the desert / Camel ride / Luxury Nomad tent
  • Private luxury Van, Gas Tolls & English speaking driver for the entire trip
  • Transfers to and from airport
  • Knowledgeable certified guides at the Imperial cities
  • Museums fee
  • All taxes

Package Exclusions

  • International Airfare
  • Lunches
  • Tips
  • Drinks

Customized Honeymoon Tour Package

If you are not able to make up your mind from any of the tour itinerary or hotels listed above in 13 Days Moroccan Holiday Honeymoon Package, then we can also make changes and provide a customized, tailor-made romantic honeymoon vacations, especially for you. We can modify this package as per your budget, duration as well as the tourist places you’d like to visit or whether airfare should be included or not. This customization helps you make the best out of your honeymoon package with your loved one and keep the candle of romance burning.

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