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12Days 9Nights Garden of North Africa - Morocco Tour (IX12M)

Special Departure: 17Nov 2018



  • Personally led by CTC’s Managing Director – Mr. Chen Bin
  • Fly by Qatar Airways to Casablanca and return from Marrakech, no backtracking journey
  • Explore the enriching and colourful round trip of Morocco:Romantic White city - Casablanca, Ancient Capital – Rabat, Coastal Gate of Africa –Tangier, Mystical Blue City – Chefchaouen, Blue Royal City - Fes, White Snow Mountains – Atlas Mountains, Red Sands of Sahara desert, Gate of Sahara – Ouarzazate, Andalusia Style Red Imperial City – Marrakesh
  • Based on local 4+5* hotels, special upgrade 5 nights accommodation to 5* hotel
  • Special arrangement for entering the Sahara Desert onboard a 4WD vehicle. Enjoy a camel ride and view the unforgettable sunrise in the morning
  • Fullboard meals with mainly local cuisine
  • Morocco local guide service throughout the whole journey + local city guide to interpret the rich history and culture of Morocco

DAY 1: Singapore - Doha

  • Have a pleasant flight to CASABLANCA via Doha

Meals Plan: Meals On Board

DAY 2: Doha - Casablanca

  • Casablanca is a port city and commercial hub in western Morocco, facing the Atlantic Ocean. The city's French colonial legacy is seen in its downtown Mauresque architecture, a blend of Moorish style and European art deco.
  • Hassan II Mosque - Standing partly on seashore over the water, the enormous Hassan II Mosque, completed in 1993, has a 210m minaret topped with lasers directed toward Mecca
  • Strolling along the Marina Boulevard 
  • Rick’s Café – Photostop at the filming location of famous 1942 American romantic drama film “Casablanca”
  • Check-in and dinner at hotel

Meals Plan: Meals On Board, Dinner

DAY 3: Casablanca - Rabat

  • Quartier HabousAlso called as Nouvelle Medina, a French style Arabian community. Dotted with small souks and souvenir shops. You may find some gifts for your friends and families here
  • Mohamed V SquareLocated at the center of Casablanca. It is home to many of the city's important official buildings
  • Medina of CasablancaStop at Casablanca's old town to discover the local life in the maze just like tumble of alleyways
  • Transfer to Rabat. TheMorocco's capital, rests along the shores of the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean. It's known for landmarks that speak to its Islamic and French-colonial heritage
  • Kasbah of the Udayas - It locates in the Rabat's Kasbah district, inside the 11th-century fortress walls, a tranquil and tiny neighborhood of twisting white-and-blue lanes were built in Andalusian-style. It has fine views over the Atlantic Ocean
  • Photostop at the Rabat's Royal Palace, Hassan Tower & Mausoleum of Mohammed V
  •  Check-in and dinner at hotel 

Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 4: Rabat - Tangier

  • Depart to Tangier, a Moroccan port on the Strait of Gibraltar has been a strategic gateway between Africa and Europe since Phoenician times
  • AsilahA little town on the northwest tip of Morocco's Atlantic coast. Enjoy its poetic and artistic scenery with white houses decorated in blue or green touches, its winding lanes, quiet beaches, a relaxing atmosphere and colourful murals
  • Grottes d'Hercule - A nature cave by the sea erosion with a reversal of the African map
  • Le cap SpartelA promontory located at the northwest of the African continent, the boundary of the Atlantic and the Mediterranean
  • Old Town of Tangier - One of the best things to do in Tangier is go exploring or shopping in the bazaars
  • Check-in and dinner at hotel


Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 5: Tangier - Chefchaouen - Meknes

  • Transfer to Chefchaouen - “Blue Pearl of Morocco.” A city in the Rif Mountains of northwest Morocco. It’s known for the striking, variously hued blue-washed buildings of its old town
  • En-route, visit Tétouan old town The city of Tetouan in the northern part of Morocco means ‘open you eyes’ in the Berber language. Listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO
  • City Tour of Chefchaouen – A place to chill and unwind
  • Continue drive to Meknes. En-route, drive pass the holy city of Moulay Idriss
  • MeknesOne of the four emperor cities in Morocco
  •  Check-in and dinner at hotel

Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 6: Meknes - Fes

  •  Meknes- The ancient city of Meknesis built in the 17th century by Sultan Moulay Ismail, the founder of the Arabian dynasty, the Louis XIV in Morocco
  • Bab al-Mansour - The main gate between Meknes' Medina and Imperial City districts. It is a magnificent relic of Meknes' glorious era as capital
  • Stroll around Meknes Medina
  • Roman ruins of Volubilis - One of Morocco's best-preserved Roman ruins and UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Continue the journey to Fes, dinner and check-in hotel


Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 7: Fes

  • Fes – Is a northeastern Moroccan city, also the oldest imperial city with a UNESCO protected medina is one of Morocco's top medieval gems. Prepare to lose yourself inside the medina, while doing your best to take it all in – from the sight of women carrying dough to the communal bakery, to the butcher shaving the fur from a cow’s head with a razor
  • Photostop at The Royal Palace
  • Walk through the Jewish residential areaof ​​Mellah
  • Fes el Bali - Fes-el-Bali is home to more than 156,000 people and is considered one of the largest contiguous car-free urban areas in the world. Its narrow street design is the result of its ancient heritage — with some sections only two feet wide 
  • The Madrasa Bou Inania - The main gate into the area is Bab Bou Jeloud. As you approach this grand old gate, you get wonderful views of the neighborhood's famed landmark: the minaret of the Medersa Bou Inania, it is the finest of Fes’s theological colleges
  • Walk alongthe La placeSeffarine Square, the Metalworkers Square
  • Les tanneries chouara - One of the city’s most iconic sights (and smells), offering a unique window into the pungent, natural process of producing world-class leather using methods that have changed little since medieval times
  • Visit La place Nejjarine & Lemausolée et la mosquée de Moulay Idriss II
  •  La mosquée Quraouiyine - Was one of the medieval period's most distinguished universities. Today, in its function as a working mosque, it is one of Morocco's largest centers of worship, with a prayer hall that can hold 20,000

Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 8: Fes - Ifrane - Erfoud

  • Today start our journey to Erfoud, an oasis town in the Sahara Desert
  • En-route, stop at Ifrane – The Switzerland of Morocco, a city located in the Middle Atlas Mountains
  • Continue drive through the Ziz Gorge, overlooking the Ziz deep gorge, where a large palm forest miraculously grow at the sinister, the earth colour of the city fortress built on the cliff, you will lament the human clever use of nature

Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 9: Erfoud - Merzouga - Ouarzazate

  • The Sahara Desert Early morning, we will entering the desert by riding a 4WD vehicle. Head out to an oasis by camel ride across the Erg Chebbi Dunes, watch the sunrise over the dunes
  • Drive towards west to "Thousand Fort Road". The most important business road in Moore Dynasty, the oasis and castle posts can be seen along the road
  • Continue our journey to find the "Little Prince" Rose Valley, a rose valley is hidden in the depths of the Sahara, that place is called El-Kelaa des M'Gouna, which is famous of roses especially in April to June. There is a variety of rose products shop on both sides of the street also, where the rose oil and other products are quite cheap
  • Todgha Gorge – You will see one of the most spectacular canyons in the world
  • Continue drive to Ouarzazate, known as a gateway to the Sahara Desert
  • The Taourirt Kasbah - Often compared to a big sand castle, is one of the most beautiful things you will see in Ouarzazate

Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 10: Ouarzazate - Marrakesh

  •  Ait Benhaddou - The ksar, a group of earthen buildings surrounded by high walls, is a traditional pre-Saharan habitat, the houses crowd together within the defensive walls, which are reinforced by corner towers
  • Drive through Tizi n'Tichka, is a mountain pass in Morocco, linking the south-east of Marrakesh to the city of Ouarzazate through the High Atlas mountains
  • Continue drive to Marrakesh, the Morocco's most intoxicating city. A magical, mysterious, silken sound that evokes covered souks and the medina, ochre-coloured buildings and palm trees, the clash of scooters, cars, donkeys and people
  • Djemaa El Fna - The huge, lively square at the heart of Marrakech is the marketplace, a famous UNESCO recognized city square


Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 11: Marrakesh - Doha

  •  Majorelle Garden - The gardens of the French couturier Yves Saint Laurent
  • Bahia Palace - The Arabic word 'bahia' means 'beautiful' or 'brilliance' , the 19th-century Marrakesh landmark, it is rich in history and traditional Moroccan architectural styles
  • In the afternoon, transfer to the airport, take the return flight back to Singapore via Doha


Meals Plan: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 12: Doha - Singapore

  • Bid farewell to Morocco, thank you for choosing CTC Travel and we look forward to see you again


Meals Plan: Meals On Board


  • Taxes / Flight schedule subject to change.
  • Tour subject to confirmation.
  • Due to local or religious festivals unforeseen circumstances and weather conditions, the sequence of itinerary may need to be changed or alternative sites substituted at short notice. In the event of discrepancy between English and Chinese itineraries, please refer to the former.

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