Your Morocco group trip starts in Casablanca by today .
Casablanca has got this perfect blend of Moorish and European Art Deco architecture that’ll make your jaw drop. The city played a key role in WWII as people were trying to escape Europe for America, and Lisbon was the go-to port of exit. But getting there wasn’t easy, and Casablanca became one of the transit points where people had to wait before they could leave.
We have compared itineraries of best morocco tour companies and made this one keeping in mind to cover our main mottos : HVFC ( History, volunteering , food and culture ) . If Exploring Moroccan cities is in your list of things to do in Morocco, First 2 days is when you plan it.
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Morocco has a rich cinematic history and has served as the backdrop for many famous movies, including “Lawrence of Arabia,” “Gladiator,” and parts of “Game of Thrones.” Explore the real-life settings of your favorite films.
Our stay for the night is in Rabbat , which is about 1.5 hours away from the airport. Once we drop our luggage, we will head out to see Hassan Tower : So there’s this tower in Rabat that’s been lying around incomplete for years.
Why, you ask? Well, it was supposed to be the grandest, most ginormous marinate (not marinade, mind you) in the entire world! And if that wasn’t enough, they were also planning to make it the world’s largest mosque. Talk about overachieving, right ?
Tonight we will have dinner in one of the Vintage ships Docked to the Kasbah of Oudayas. Its a very unique experience that only very few Morocco small group luxury tours add it to their plan.
We will head to Chefchaun today after breakfast. This will be your first Blue town and favourite part of many morocco small group tours. This charming blue-washed village nestled in the Rif Mountains of Morocco will transport you to a magical world. The picturesque alleys, colorful souks, and cozy cafes will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a fairytale.
Today in the evening , we are walking up the Riff mountains to Jebel El-Kelaa Summit. The Sunset here is too good to be true.
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Morocco is home to the world’s largest desert: the Sahara. Prepare to be amazed by its vastness and breathtaking sand dunes that stretch as far as the eye can see.
During our second day in Chefchaun, we will head out to nature : it’s the days of waterfall . Let me take you to this surprise land, get your shorts and expect it to be COLD too.
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Mint tea, also known as “Moroccan whiskey,” is the country’s national drink. Sip on this refreshing and aromatic tea as you immerse yourself in Moroccan hospitality.
In the night we will head to one of the rooftop restaurants to have Authentic Moroccan dishes. What kind of Morocco Group Trip would be a complete without a doing a small food tour that lets you taste some of the most authentic Moroccan Dishes. So Let’s learn a bit about Moroccan Food:
First up, we have Salata Jaza’iriya, also known as Salata Baladi. It’s a raw vegetable salad that’s popular in Egypt, the Middle East, and North Africa. You might think eating raw vegetables is a chore, but trust me, this salad will make you feel like a rabbit on a wild adventure.
If you’re more of a snacker, try the savory crackers, or Galettes Salées, which are a Jewish recipe from Morocco. These crackers are so addictive, you’ll be popping them like Tic Tacs.
Now, let’s talk about Halwa Chebakia, also known as Griouech or Mkharka. This sesame cookie is made with honey, cinnamon, saffron, anise, and orange flower water, which sounds like a fancy spa treatment for your taste buds. It’s a traditional Moroccan treat served during Ramadan and special occasions, but who needs a special occasion when you can treat yourself anytime?
If you want to elevate your cooking game, try preserving some lemons. It’s a Moroccan cooking staple that adds depth of flavor to marinades, tagines, salsas, and sauces. Plus, it’s a great way to impress your dinner guests and make them think you’re a fancy chef.
For a more hearty meal, go for the Meat with Prunes dish: Tagine. It’s a slow-cooked meat and sweet fruit combo that’s perfect for celebrations and family gatherings. It’s like a party in your mouth, and everyone’s invited.
And who could forget about the Moroccan Lamb Stew? This hearty dish made with braised lamb, chickpeas, carrots, and potatoes is like a warm hug in a bowl. It’s so good, you’ll want to cuddle with it.
Lastly, we have Zaalouk, a cooked salad made with roasted eggplant, tomatoes, and a blend of Moroccan spices. It’s like a salad, but cooked. Mind-blowing, right ?
Today , we head to an even Prettier and secluded town that is located just around the sea but also has the vide of the Mountains. Imagine that. Tetouan is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is known for its stunning Andalusian architecture, intricate tile work, and vibrant markets.
We will also be taking a walking tour of the Medina here . You will get to learn how people used to Navigate through these small lanes Centuries before google maps existed. We will also take a visit in the local Tannery. No Morocco guided tour is complete without a Cultural exploration in Morocco.
This port city a stone’s throw from Spain has something that captivates visitors, making them return again and again. Artists such as Delacroix, Paul Bowles and Matisse all succumbed to the city’s charms.
Today evening we will head to the northern most point in Africa : Cave of Hercules . According to the legend, it is here where Hercules rested before performing the 11th of the 12 Labours given to him by King Eurystheus of Tiryns.
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The country is known for its fascinating blend of cultures. From Arab, Berber, and European influences to the vibrant mix of traditions, languages, and cuisines, Morocco is a true melting pot of diversity.
In the morning , we will head to the beach today to take a dip in one of the most prettiest beaches in Morocco.
Today , we will be transferred to Errachidia. We have time till evening to enjoy Tangier . We will reach Errachidia by Night only.
You also have a surprise planned today. We are keeping some things surprise/ Private here as some of our competitors are conveniently copying our entire itinerary without even travelling to the country once . We travel to these places and spent days Tweaking our plans to make it a crazy amazing trip for you folks and We hope you understand its only Fair to keep some information private and only accessible to people who book.
Your stay for the night? A swanky hotel with a private room that’s so plush, it’s got its own bathroom and air conditioning. Talk about living the high life!