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Meta luxury Morocco Tour is the type of trips that lets you discover the hidden areas northern of Morocco where you will enjoy the breathtaking of the country. This tour starts and ends in Casablanca as a modern city, then continues to the northern areas with its beautiful sights of the big cities to the small authentic villages. We will pass through unique areas of Morocco giving you an experience of the country over 10 days and 9 nights, with a huge contrast of one place to another that allows you to have a great Moroccan experience of a lifetime.

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Asilah , Atlas Mountains , Casablanca , Chefchaouen , Fez (Fes) , Ifrane , Meknes , Rabat , Tangier , Volubilis Discover Destinations
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Departure: From Casablanca Duration: 10 Days 09 Nights

Luxury Moroccan Tour ~ This 10-day tour is unique as it allows you to enjoy the flavour of beautiful northern Morocco and to learn some of Morocco’s history.  You will also visit special areas that showcase the beauty of the country.

Included In the Tour:

  • Transport in a private air-conditioned 4wheel drive Toyota Prado TX or deluxe minivan or minibus
  • Experienced local English / French / Spanish / speaking driver guide
  • Accommodations in air-conditioned rooms with private bathrooms
  • Breakfasts at each accommodation
  • Opportunities to stop when and where you wish
  • Entrance fees and local guides in El Jadida / Rabat /Volubilis / Fes / Chefchaouen
  • Mineral water in the car

Not Included in The Tour:

  • Travel Insurance ~ Required
  • Drinks
  • Lunches
  • Tips

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Travel Information:

  • Duration: 10 Days ~ 09 Nights
  • Each travel day begins around 9:00 AM (except the arrival and the departure days).
  • The tour starts and ends in Casablanca.
  • The tour can accommodate any number of travellers.
  • This tour can be personally customized before you leave.
    • You can also consult with your driver about skipping certain spots in a day to spend more time elsewhere.
  • The tour cost is dependent upon the number of people in the tour and which Hotel options you have chosen.
  • Contact us for tour price estimates.

Terms And Conditions:

Booking And Deposit:

  • After confirming your itinerary and dates we require a 30 % deposit of the total price to reserve your tour with us.
  • The deposit must be made 2 weeks before your tour departure date.
  • The balance is payable upon arrival in Morocco.
  • We accept Payment through PAYPAL / Bank Transfers / Credit Cards (not American Express).
  • We also accept Cash ~ either Euros, USD, GPB or MAD (Moroccan Dirhams).
  • We charge 50 % for children under 12 years old and children under 5 are free of charge.

Terms Of Cancelations:

  • We accept cancelations of the tour according to the following conditions:
    • A written confirmation about the cancellations sent to our email address.
    • Cancellations 2 weeks or more prior to the tour are 100% refundable.
    • Cancellations 1 week prior to the tour are 30 % refundable.
    • Cancellation made less than a week are NOT refundable.

Changes to Tour:

We accept changes to your booked  Luxury Morocco tour up to 2 weeks before the start of your morocco tour.

Things To Know Before You Go: Casablanca 10 Day Luxury Tour 

Is the drinking water safe in Morocco?
Usually, the water is safe in Morocco, but we recommend using the bottled mineral water for drinking, brushing your teeth, or washing fruit.  This avoids any issues that might affect your holiday. The tap water is fine for all other uses.

What will the weather be like?
Morocco is a land of contrasts, and the climate follows suit. Moroccan weather is typically sunny and warm but can be cooler in the mountains. As mornings and nights are also cooler, we suggest bringing layers of clothing. Be prepared!

Spring and autumn are the most popular seasons for travel. Check the weather at

What kind of clothing is appropriate for Women and Men?

Women visitors are not expected to cover their hair, arms, or legs. However, we suggest avoiding spaghetti straps, tight or revealing clothing and short skirts or shorts. Men may feel more comfortable in long pants as shorts are generally worn by young Moroccan men.

Is Morocco a safe country?

Morocco is a safe place to visit. As tourism is one of the main industries in the country the Moroccan government has done much to make the country safe for tourists from all over the world. Occasionally, you may encounter pickpockets but you’re unlikely to be assaulted or seriously hurt. Remember, always be a safe and savvy traveller and you will encounter many wonderful people in Morocco.

Tipping customs in Morocco:
Moroccans depend on tips for the services they provide. The amount depends on the service. Below are some guidelines for tipping.

  • Driver: between 30 to 40 USD per day
  • Guide: around 30 USD per day
  • Camel man: around 20 USD per day
  • Waiters and similar services 3 to 5 USD
  • The Moroccan currency is Moroccan Dirhams MAD. Use for currency conversions.


Travel Safe During COVID-19

A note from Morocco Meta Adventures
– All our tours have been, throughout the history of our company, Private, Luxurious with VIP Services.
– We do care about the safety of our guests and us.
– What you can expect during your luxury moroccan trip:

      • Regular temperature checks for staff.
      • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas.
      • Temperature checks for tour participants upon arrival.
      • Guides are required to regularly wash hands.
      • Hand sanitizer is available to travelers and staff.
      • Transportation vehicles are regularly sanitized.


This luxury 10-day tour allows you to enjoy many aspects of Morocco.  You will visit unique areas, be amazed at the beauty of the country, and learn some Moroccan history.  The tour includes Casablanca, El Jadida, Rabat, Tangier, Tétouan, Chefchaouen, Volubilis, Meknes, and Fes. If you are looking for adventure but wanting comforts while travelling this is the tour for you.
This Morocco Meta Adventures Luxury Tour can also start and end in Tangier, if that is your arrival city.  We are happy to customize the tour to fit your vacation plans.


This Luxury Moroccan tour allows every person to experience a variety of opportunities in Morocco.  Many of the places to be visited are designated UNESCO World Heritage sites.  From the coastal cities of Casablanca, and El Jadida, to the great imperial cities of Rabat, Tangier (the bride of the north) Fes and Meknes to the fascinating town of Chefchaouen (the blue pearl) and to the Roman ruins of Volubilis with its history of the Roman Empire you will be amazed at the beauty and complexities of the country.  As well as seeing the many sights, you will be enjoying the fabulous food that Moroccan cuisine has to offer.

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DAY 01:

Day 01: Casablanca

Upon arrival at the Casablanca airport, our driver will be there with a personalized sign to welcome you.  Alternately, you can be picked up from your hotel. Depending on your arrival time, you will tour Casablanca today or the following morning.  This port city, on the Atlantic Ocean, is the commercial hub of western Morocco.  In this bustling city, you will first visit the Hassan II Mosque, the second largest functioning mosque in Africa, and the 7th largest in the world.  We will continue the tour to see the famous Rick's Cafe from the movie “Casablanca”.  As an option you may also visit the Jewish Museum.  From there we will drive through the old parts of the city to see famous Art Deco and French architecture.  The rest of the day can be at your leisure.  You will be dropped off at your overnight accommodation at a hotel. BB.

DAY 02:

Day 02: Casablanca - El Jadida - Rabat

After breakfast at the hotel, we will begin our journey toward El Jadida (we will see the main sights of Casablanca before leaving if this did not happen the previous day).  El Jadida is an old Portuguese city located on the Atlantic coast of Morocco approximately 90 km from Casablanca.  El Jadida, previously known as Mazagan by the Portuguese, is a fortified town famous for its citadel, ramparts, bastions and canons.  This port city was also a starting point for exploration voyages to India and Brazil.  In 2004, this Portuguese city of Mazagan was registered as a UNESCO world Heritage site.  While here, you will visit the Manueline cistern at the El Jadida fortress, the Palais Andalous, and Deauville Beach.  We will have lunch at one of the charming restaurants along the beach before continuing on to Rabat. Overnight accommodation at a hotel or riad. BB.

DAY 03:

Day 03: Rabat - Asilah - Tangier

After breakfast, you will start exploring Rabat, where the ancient and modern collide in the tree-fringed boulevards of this European-flavored, administrative capital of Morocco.  Our local knowledgeable guide will ensure you have a wonderful day.  Among the many sights to be seen will be the Kasbah des Oudayas with its beautiful Andalusian gardens located at the mouth of the river Abu Regrag.  The Kasbah was originally built in the 12th century by the al Mohades dynasty.  A highlight of the day will be your visit to the Hassan Tower, another UNESCO site in Rabat, which is part of an incomplete mosque also built by the same dynasty in the 12th century.  At the same location is the mausoleum of Mohamed V and Hassan II with its own amazing architecture.  While at this site you will also walk to have a view of the stunning modern opera house.  We will then continue onto Tangier along the beautiful coast.  After a stop for lunch at Moulay Bouslsselham  (where you can walk on the beach and enjoy this little town facing the Atlantic) and a last stop in Asilah we will arrive in Tangier by late afternoon. Overnight accommodation in a hotel or riad. BB.

DAY 04:

Day 04: Tangier – Chefchaouen

After breakfast you will explore Tangier “the bride of the north” before we head to Chefchaouen via Tétouan.  From before the 10th century BC. many civilizations and cultures have influenced the history of Tangier.  During this time, it went from being a strategic Berber town, to a Phoenician trading port to a center for many other cultures.  Beginning in 1923, it became an international zone governed by foreign colonial powers and a destination for many European and American diplomats, spies, bohemians, writers and businessmen.  The tour visits the Petit Socco, which was once the heart of the medina, and The Grand Mosque with its interesting history of previous buildings on the same site.  You also visit the Kasbah, with its decorated mosaics, ornamental stucco, and wood carvings and the caves of Hercules and Cape Spartel.  There is an option to have lunch before leaving Tangier.  We continue onto Chefchaouen, a mystical, blue-hued town nestled between two mountains and arrive in the late afternoon.  Overnight accommodation at a hotel or riad. BB.

DAY 05:

Day 05: Explore Chefchaouen

After breakfast, you will start exploring the medina and alleyways of Chefchaouen, the blue city of Morocco.  The town, with its rich history, is filled with cobalt-coloured buildings set amid the majestic Rif mountains.  It was established in 1471 by Moulay Ali Ben Rachid, when Moorish and Jewish settlers fled here to escape the Spanish Inquisition.  This town is visually stimulating, and you will enjoy wandering, with your guide, the enchanting up and down alleyways with their hundreds of hues of blue.  Your guide will lead you to some out of the way places to get that special photo.  Overnight accommodation in a hotel or riad BB.

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Day 06: Chefchaouen - Volubilis - Fes

After breakfast, we drive through the foothills of the Rif mountains to the Roman ruins of Volubilis.  On your visit to this historical site, you be accompanied by a local guide.  Volubilis was a part of the Roman empire and dates back to 225 BC.  Here you will see the most beautiful mosaics in Morocco from the same period.  Your guided tour (which is included) will definitely increase your knowledge of the Roman Empire.  Following the visit, we will stop for lunch at a local restaurant and then continue through the beautiful foothills of the Rif Mountains to Fez.  Overnight accommodation in a hotel or riad. BB.

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Day 07: Exploring Fes

After breakfast, our local informative guide will take you on an adventure through Fes (or Fez) the intellectual, cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco.  Fes is primarily known for the Fes El Bali, or walled medina, another UNESCO site, with its medieval architecture, vibrant souks and old-world atmosphere.  We start outside the medina to see the royal palace gate, then walk through the Jewish quarter or “the mellah”, the first Jewish quarter built in the country.  Following that, you will enter the medina to experience the sensory stimulating souks - exotic spices, vibrant materials and beautiful metal works are just some of the sights you will experience.  As well as spending the morning wandering by the souks, you will visit sites with cultural and historical interest including the famous Medrasa Bouanania, the Karaouine Mosque and the oldest university in the world (and built by a woman).  You will also visit the famous tanneries and the Najjarine Fountain.  After a Moroccan lunch, at a local restaurant in the heart of the medina, you will be driven to one of the fortresses to experience an amazing panoramic view of the entire medina. From there we will visit a pottery cooperative.  Time permitting, we will take a drive through modern Fes drive to experience a different atmosphere.  Overnight accommodation at your hotel or riad. BB

DAY 08:

Day 08: Fes - Atlas Mountains and Meknes - Fes

After breakfast, you will begin the journey to the Atlas Mountains and Meknes.  We will first stop at Ifrane, referred to as the “Switzerland of Morocco” with its alpine style architecture and nearby slopes and forests.  The second stop will be the cedar forest in Azrou to watch the Barbary apes, before our final stop at Meknes, the Ismaili capital in the 17th century.  Here you will see the 17th century gate of Bab Mansour built by the sultan My Ismail.  You will also see a granary and the Sahrij Souani, used for irrigation and planting.  You may, as an option, do a wine tasting while you are in the “Land of Wine”.  We will stop for lunch at a local restaurant before heading back to Fes.  Overnight accommodation in a hotel or riad.   BB.

DAY 09:

Day 09: Fes - Casablanca

After breakfast, we leave Fes for a 4-hour drive to Casablanca via Rabat.  We stop for lunch along the way and arrive in Casablanca in the afternoon for your hotel check-in.  You may choose to have a walk along the famous Cornishe of Ain Diab in evening.  Overnight accommodation at a hotel or riad. BB.

DAY 10:

Day10: Departure

After breakfast in your hotel, we will drive you to the airport in time for your departing flight.  Here we say goodbye and your tour ends.

More about Asilah

Asilah is a beautiful moroccan town south of tanger on the Atlantic coast , a city of colors a city of peace with an amazing old medina ,is enclosed by well preserved 15th century ramparts and gates, built by colonial portuguese.The medina is an art hub, known for its murals and Moussem Culturel International d’Asilah, an annual festival. Venues include the exhibition space Centre de Hassan II Rencontres Internationales and early-20th-century. Thats why its atracting so many artistique people all over the world.such an amazing place to visit try to put it in your list with moroccometaadventures you will get the best of the country dont hestate to contact us.

More about Atlas Mountains

The mountain range in the Maghrib area of North Africa stretches around 2,500 km (1,600 mi) through Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.  The mountain range has different names in each country, but in Morocco they are known as the Atlas Mountains.  They are subdivided into three ranges, the Middle Atlas, the High Atlas and they Anti-Atlas.  These mountains separate the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean from the large Sahara Desert.  The highest peak with an elevation of 4,167 meters (13,671 ft) is Toubkal, is in central Morocco south of Marrakech. The Atlas Mountains are primarily inhabited by the native Moroccan Berbers.  In the Berber language the words for 'mountain' are adrar and adras.  The mountains are also home to several animals and plants found mostly in Africa, but some are also found in Europe. The weather is cooler than other part of Morocco but has sunny summers, with an average temperature there is 25°C.  The Atlas Mountains are the meeting place of two different kinds of air masses—the humid and cold polar air masses that come from the north and the hot and dry tropical air masses that move up from the south.  Therefore, they create a geographic obstacle stopping humidity from reaching the southern areas and stopping the hot dry winds from the Sahara Desert.  As a result, the northern area is cooler and more fertile.  The Atlas Mountains give Morocco a beautiful and diverse contrast of landscapes throughout the country. You should not miss the opportunity to experience this fascinating area of Morocco.  With Morocco Meta Adventures you will see the best of the country.  Don’t hesitate to contact us.

More about Casablanca

Casablanca is the economic capital of Morocco and the commercial hub of western Morocco. On the Atlantic Ocean it is the largest and busiest city in the country. The Port of Casablanca is one of the largest artificial ports in the world. The Hassan II Mosque, which stands partly over the ocean and was completed in 1993.  It is one of the largest and most ornate mosques in the world.  It has a 210-meter minaret topped with lasers directed toward Mecca. The city's handsome Moorish buildings, which meld French-colonial design and traditional Moroccan style, are best admired in the downtown area.  Visitors who spend time in the Quartier Habous or Nouvelle Medina (the New Medina) built by the French in the 1930’s or in the beachside suburb of Ain Diab, are sure to get into the local swing of things.  This old pirate lair, now a modern city, is looking towards the future but also embracing the European-flavored urban sophistication that has underpinned life here for the past century. This city is certainly worth a visit.  With Morocco Meta Adventures you will see the best of the country.  Don’t hesitate to contact us.

More about Chefchaouen

The city of chefchaouen was founded in 1471 as a small kasbah by Ali ibn Rashid al-Alami, a descendant of Abd al-Salam ibn Mashish al-Alami and Idris I. Al-Alami The name "Chefchaouen" is a berber origin, derived from the word isakon or echaouen which means 'the horns', and the word chef which means 'look at'. Chefchaouen thus means 'look at the horns', reflecting the two mountain peaks overlooking the area. Nowadays, Chefchaouen is known as "the Blue Pearl" of Morocco, known for its traditional houses painted in blue and white.The city is also called "Chaouen" by the inhabitants of the northern region . Beautifully perched beneath the raw peaks of the Rif mountains, Chefchaouen is one of the prettiest towns in Morocco, an artsy, blue-washed mountain village that feels like its own world. While tourism has definitely taken hold, the balance between ease and authenticity is just right. The old medina is a delight of Moroccan and Andalusian influence with red-tiled roofs, bright-blue buildings and narrow lanes converging on busy Plaza Uta El Hammam and its restored kasbah. the town has rapidly gentrified and offers a range of quality accommodation .what an amazing place that you should not miss , come on with moroccometaadventures you will get the best of the country dont hestate to contact us.

More about Fez (Fes)

Fez (Fes) is the spiritual, cultural, and intellectual capital of Morocco.  It is primarily known for its famous medina of which there are two parts.  One is Fes el-Bali, the site of the famous Qarawiyyin University and the Zawiya of Moulay Idris II, important religious and cultural sites.  The other is Fez el-Jdid, the site of the 195-acre Royal Palace.  Both sites are linked together and referred to as the Medina of Fes.  In 1981, UNESCO designated the Medina of Fes, a World Heritage site, describing it as "one of the most extensive and best conserved historic towns of the Arab-Muslim world.  Fes was the first site in Morocco to be granted this status. This enchanting labyrinth of alleyways remains much as it did centuries ago.  During its heyday, Fes attracted scholars and philosophers, mathematicians and lawyers, astronomers and theologians.   Craftsmen built them houses and palaces.  Kings endowed mosques and medrasas (religious schools). And merchants offered exotic wares from the silk roads and sub-Saharan trade routes.  All of which can be seen today. The Medina of Fes is maybe the world’s largest car-free urban area.  Here you see carts pulled along cobbled lanes by donkeys, horses or people.  The vibrant souks with their handcrafted works of art, the vendors hawking their wares and the incredible architectural details in the many buildings offer a visual feast to the visitor.  As well, there is the Chouara Tannery, one of the most popular attractions in Fes. Although Fes lost its influence at the beginning of the 19th century, it remains a supremely self-confident city whose cultural and spiritual lineage beguiles visitors.  Soak in the old-world atmosphere of this living museum on your visit.   Contact us and let Morocco Meta Adventures be your guide in Fes.

More about Ifrane

The town of Ifrane refered to as ‘’ the switzerland of morocco ‘’ as its alpine - style architecture and nearby slopes and forests , The french built ifrane in the 1930 s deliberately trying to re create an alpine style resort . it has neat red roofed houses blooming flower beds and lake studded parks ski and the hoi plloi come for the pure fun of throwing snowballs. The main road from meknes is called Blvd Mohammed the 5th and its runs through ifrane from west to east Most of the cafes and hotels are clustered in the center . Ifrane is completly looks different than the rest of other towns around the country so beautiful and charming area. For sure worth a visit. with moroccometaadventures you will get the best of the country dont hestate to contact us.

More about Meknes

Meknes the ismail capital a cool town smaller than its grand neighbour Fez, Meknes feels rather overshadowed and receives fewer visitors than it should. It’s more laid-back with less hassle, yet still has all the winding narrow medina streets and grand buildings that it warrants as an imperial city and one-time home of the Moroccan sultanate. Wich is a city in northern Morocco. It’s known for its imperial past, with remnants including Bab Mansour, a huge gate with arches and mosaic tiling. The gate leads into the former imperial city. The Mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismail, who made the city his capital in the 17th century, has courtyards and fountains. To the south, ruined Heri es-Souani is a vast structure once used as stables and for food storage ,Meknes is one of the beautiful cities in morocco that really worth a visit , thats why dont miss it throught your travling plans , as with moroccometaadventures you will get the best of the country .

More about Rabat

Morocco’s political and administrative capital may be short on top-drawer tourist attractions, but it compensates with plenty of charm. The ville nouvelle's palm-lined boulevards are clean, well kept and relatively free of traffic a blessed relief for those who have spent time in . The city 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, including the Kasbah of the Udayas. This Berber-era royal fort is surrounded by formal French-designed gardens and overlooks the ocean. The city's iconic Hassan Tower, a 12th-century minaret, soars above the ruins of a mosque and so much more . Rabat as interisting city so much of contrast attracts so much of visitors as also you can put it in your cheklist , with moroccometaadventures you will get the best of the country .

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More about Volubilis

Volubilis, North African archaeological site, located near Fès in the Zerhoun mountain Plain of Morocco. Under the Mauretanian king Juba II in the 1st century bc and the 1st century ad, Volubilis became a flourishing centre of late Hellenistic culture. Annexed to Rome , Sitting in the middle of a fertile plain, the ruined Roman city of Volubilis is the best-preserved archaeological site in Morocco. Its most amazing features are the many beautiful mosaics preserved in situ, and it was declared a Unesco World Heritage site in 1997. Volubilis is about 33km north of Meknes and can easily be combined with nearby Moulay Idriss Zerhoun to make a fantastic day trip from Meknes or Fez. A great spot to be visited for sure try to put it in your checklist , with moroccometaadventures you will get the best of the country.
Meta luxury Morocco Tour is the type of trips that lets you discover the hidden areas northern of Morocco where you will enjoy the breathtaking of the country. This tour starts and ends in Casablanca as a modern city, then continues to the northern areas with its beautiful sights of the big cities to the small authentic villages. We will pass through unique areas of Morocco giving you an experience of the country over 10 days and 9 nights, with a huge contrast of one place to another that allows you to have a great Moroccan experience of a lifetime.

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