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The Meta Majestic Morocco Tour allows you to discover the hidden areas of Moroccan cities while enjoying the breathtaking countryside. It is a roundtrip from the modern city of Casablanca. The tour then continues to the pearl of the south 'Marrakech' with its beautiful sights. From big cities to small authentic villages and with a contrast from one destination to another, it will an amazing experience for 13 days 12 nights.

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Aït-Ben-Haddou , Casablanca , Dadès Valley , Erg Chebbi , Essaouira , Fez (Fes) , Ifrane , Marrakech , Meknes , Merzouga , Ouarzazate , Rabat , Todra Gorges , Volubilis Discover Destinations
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Duration: 13 Days 12 Nights Departure: From Casablanca

Majestic Morocco Tour 13 days 12 nights . morocco meta adventures.

The Majestic Moroccan Tour, a round trip from Casablanca for 13 days and 12 nights, is an amazing tour that allows you to experience both the cities and countryside of Morocco.

Included In Majestic Morocco Tour 13 Days:
  • Transport in a private air-conditioned 4wheel drive Toyota Prado TX or deluxe minivan or minibus
  • Transfer from and to the airport
  • Pick-up and drop- off at your hotel or riad
  • Experienced local English / French / Spanish / speaking driver guide
  • Accommodations in air-conditioned rooms with private bathrooms
  • Breakfasts at each accommodation
  • Dinners in Merzouga / Desert Camp / Dades Valley / Midelt
  • Opportunities to stop when and where you wish
  • Entrance fees and local guides in Volubilis / Fes / Skoura / Essaouira / Marrakech
  • Camel ride with turbans in Merzouga, Erg Chebbi
  • Overnight in a luxury camp in Erg Chebbi with private toilet and shower
  • Mineral water
Not Included In Majestic Morocco Tour 13 Days:
  • Travel Insurance ~ Required
  • Drinks
  • Lunches
  • Tips

Hotel Options:

  • 3 Stars
  • 4 Stars
  • 5 Stars

Travel Information:

  • Duration: 13 Days ~ 12 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:

Important things you should know before booking your Morocco tour.

  • This tour can be customized to be special and personal for your requirements.
  • You can always consult your driver about skipping certain spots to spend more time elsewhere.

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 is to be made at least 2 weeks in advance.
  • The balance is payable upon arrival.
  • 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 Cancellations:

  • We accept cancellations of the tour according to the following conditions:
    • A written confirmation about the cancellations sent to our email address.
    • Cancellations 2 months or more prior to the tour are 100% refundable.
    • Cancellations 1 months or more prior to the tour are 50% refundable.
    • Cancelations made before 15 days or less NOT refundable.

Changes to Tour:

We accept any changes to your booked tour but at least 2 weeks before the start of your tour.

Terms About Camel Trekking:

Camel riding in the desert is not always a comfortable activity for everyone, but it is a beautiful, once in a lifetime experience.  Therefore, we have recommendations to consider as it may not be a suitable activity for all our clients.

  • Those 70 years or older
  • Pregnant women
  • Those who have had surgery or broken bones
  • Those with a serious illness

For clients who want to skip the camel ride, you still will be able to experience a night in the desert by taking a 4-wheel drive to and from the desert camp.  It is a safe way to travel and experience the joy of crossing the sand dunes.

For clients riding the camels, the journey to the camp takes about 1 to 1 ½ hours.   You will be provided with a large bottle of mineral water plus a turban which is useful to wear for the sun and sometimes the sand dust.

Items to bring for your visit at the Dessert Camp:

  • A pair of shoes that are suitable for walking on the sand dunes, ideally closed to avoid getting sand inside.
  • Jeans are a good choice to wear while you are on your camel.
  • A flashlight to use at the camp in the dark.
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen for the bright sunshine and hot sun.


Things To Know Before You Go:

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.


Additional Information:

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 50 USD per day
  • Guide: around 35 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: Luxurious Private Tours
All our tours, throughout the history of our company, are private with luxurious VIP services.

We care about the safety of our guests and ourselves.
What you can expect during your 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 13-day round trip tour from Casablanca allows you discover much of Morocco in a short time.  If you enjoy diverse cultures, appreciate divergent landscapes, and love interesting adventures, this tour is for you.  Book this tour and you will have a beautiful cultural, historical and knowledge filled journey in Morocco.
Our Meta Majestic Grand tour can either start and end in Casablanca or Marrakech, depending upon your arrival city.  The tour can be customized to fit your vacation plans and we are happy to customize it for you.


Beginning in the modern port city of Casablanca you then travel to Marrakech, “the Pearl of the South” where several excursions await you.  From Marrakech you drive through the beautiful landscape of the Atlas Mountains to Aït Ben-Haddou and Ouarzazate with its beautiful kasbahs.  Next, you travel through the Dadès Valley and the Todra Gorges before arriving at the stunning sand dunes of Erg Chebbi.  You will also visit the spiritual city of Fes, the ruins of the Roman Empire in Volubilis, the Ismaili capital of Meknes and the administrative capital of Morocco in Rabat.  On this tour you will not only experience the beauty of the country but also the delicious Moroccan cuisine.

  • DAY 01
  • DAY 02
  • DAY 03
  • DAY 04
  • DAY 05
  • DAY 06
  • DAY 07
  • DAY 08
  • DAY 09
  • DAY 10
  • DAY 11
  • DAY 12
  • DAY 13
DAY 01

Day 01: Casablanca

Upon arrival at the Casablanca airport, our driver will be there with a personalized sign to welcome you.  Alternatively, you can be picked up from your hotel.  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 might visit the Jewish Museum.  Overnight accommodation in a hotel or Riad.  BB

DAY 02

Day 02: Casablanca / Marrakech

After breakfast you will be driven by the famous Corniche of Casablanca - Ain Diab.  Here you may choose to have a walk before the drive to Marrakech.  This drive will take approximately 3 hours and we will arrive in the afternoon at your hotel or riad.  The rest of the day is at your leisure.  Overnight accommodation in a hotel or riad.  BB.

DAY 03

Day 03: Explore Marrakech

After breakfast in your hotel, a knowledgeable local guide will meet you at your accommodation to begin a day full of fascinating sights.  Marrakech, a former imperial city, is a major economic center and home to many Mosques, Palaces and Gardens.  The densely packed, walled medieval city dates from the 12th century of the Berber Empire.   Your guide will take you through the medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to experience the sensory stimulating souks - exotic spices, vibrant materials, and beautiful metal works - are just a few of the items in the many souks you will see.   You will also visit sites with historical and cultural interest, including the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, the Ben Youssef Madrasa, the Koutoubia Mosque, and of course, the famous Jemaa el-Fnaa Square.  Lunch will be at a recommended restaurant nearby.  After lunch you will be driven through the new city to visit the beautiful Majorelle Gardens.  You will be driven back to your accommodation at the end of the day. BB

DAY 04

Day 04: Marrakech / Essaouira Day Trip

After breakfast you will drive approximately 3 hours to the charming coastal town of Essaouira, formerly known as Mogador.  During the drive we will pass through Argan forests, stop, and see goats in trees and visit one of the women’s cooperatives which produce argan oil for cosmetic, medical, and culinary use. After arriving in Essaouira you will be met by our local guide for a wonderful tour of the town.  You will visit the Skala fortress, see the magnificent canons and watch falcons, and gulls hover above the nature reserve on the Purpuraires Islands.  To the north of the Skala you may see surfers, windsurfers and kite surfers all taming the waves.  Be sure to ask your guide to show you the many places in Essaouira immortalized in film.  Your guide will take you to the fishing port with its bustling fish market and through the medina where you will learn more of the town’s fascinating history and see many artisans at work including the Thuya (a local wood) carvers.  Essaouira is rated by UNESCO, as the most beautiful city in Morocco.  And the beaches surrounding Essaouira are rated as ‘Blue Flag’ meaning they have met high environmental and quality standards.   In the late afternoon, we will return to Marrakech.  Overnight accommodation in a hotel or riad.  BB.

DAY 05

Day 05: Cooking Classes Or Quad Biking

Today you have chosen 1 of 2 activities for the morning: Cooking Class You will be picked up by one of our team for your Moroccan cooking class at 10 AM.  This unique cooking class experience will teach you the techniques for preparing Moroccan dishes such as Tagine and couscous.  You will learn to prepare either an appetizer and a main dish or a main dish and a dessert.  The cooking school is designed with easy-to-use modern equipment found in every kitchen.  (More details upon request). Quad Biking After breakfast, you will be picked up and driven beyond the bustling streets of Marrakech into the countryside.  You will spend 3 hours enjoying a self-drive Quad-Biking experience through thousands of palm trees.  (More details upon request). The afternoon is at your leisure to relax or to do some shopping on your own at the medina market. Overnight accommodation in a hotel or riad.   BB.

DAY 06

Day 06: Marrakech /Aït-Ben-Haddou Ksar

From your accommodation in Marrakech, we will travel across the High Atlas Mountains and over the Tizi n’Tichka Pass, with views of Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa.  There will be opportunities to take pictures along the way.  Upon reaching the village of Aït-Ben- Haddou, we will stop for lunch before visiting the site.  Aït-Ben-Haddou is the most famous Ksar in Morocco and is one of Morocco’s nine UNESCO World Heritage sites.  The drive then continues through Ouarzazate and Skoura where there are numerous ancient kasbahs amongst the palm trees.  You will visit a famous kasbah in the region called Amridil kasbah, a historic fortified residence in the oasis of Skoura.  It is considered among the most impressive kasbahs of its kind in Morocco and was built during the 17th century.  Here the famous movies “Ali Baba and 40 Thieves” and “Lawrence of Arabia” were filmed.  The drive continues to cross the Dadès Valley through beautiful Berber villages such as Kalaa Mgouna, the ‘rose town’, famous for the cultivation of roses.  By late afternoon we will arrive in the town of Boumalen Dadès.  Overnight accommodation in a hotel.  BDB.

DAY 07

Day 07: Dadès Valley / Todra Gorges / Merzouga

You will have breakfast at your hotel before you head on the road for another amazing journey.  You will begin with a drive to a fascinating area in the valley where you will be amazed by the rock formations known as “monkey toes” and the sandcastles that cover the area.  Next you will visit the Todra Gorges, the highest narrowest gorges in Morocco where you will have the opportunity to hike for an hour in the area. After lunch, the drive continues to Merzouga where you will be accommodated overnight in a hotel.  BDB

DAY 08

Day 08: Merzouga and the Camel Trek

After breakfast in your hotel, we will explore the area around Merzouga. Seven kilometers south of Merzouga is the village of Khamliya.  These village inhabitants are direct descendants of the slaves that been brought from Sudan.  You will spend time enjoying their Gnawa music.  Nearby is Dayet Srij - a seasonal salt lake.  It is often dry in summer but when full it attracts a wide range of migratory and desert birds, including desert warblers and flamingos.  This area attracts photographers from all over the world when the birds are present.  You may also visit the souk in Rissani which occurs on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.   Locals come to trade necessary items such as fruits, vegetables, meat, dates, nuts, crafts, spices and even donkeys, sheep and goats.  This fascinating souk is also a social meeting place where the local communities come to meet each other and hear news of the area.  Lunch will be at one of the local restaurants in the area. In the afternoon, you will start the guided camel ride, led by an experienced camel driver.  He will lead you across the sand sea of Erg Chebbi and make sure you watch the best sunset of your lifetime.  Overnight accommodation is at a desert luxury camp equipped with flush toilets and hot showers.   Dinner and Berber drumming entertainment are included at the camp.  BDB.

DAY 09

Day 09: Merzouga / Ziz Valley / Midelt

Today your camel driver will wake you up to watch a beautiful sunrise. You will see the sun cover the golden sand dunes of Merzouga and the rocky barren Sahara Desert.  After breakfast at the camp, you will return to Merzouga by camel, or opt for a 4-wheel drive return trip. You will then travel to Midelt and the Ziz Valley with stops for photographs along the way.  Lunch will be at your discretion when you choose.  You will arrive in Midelt in the afternoon.   Overnight accommodation in a hotel.  BDB.

DAY 10

Day 10: Midelt / Cedar Forest / Ifrane / Fes

After breakfast at your hotel, you will begin the journey to Fes.  The drive will continue through the beautiful landscape of the Middle Atlas Mountains. Throughout the day you will be amazed at the stunning contrasts in scenery.  As you will pass many traditional Berber villages, there may be opportunities where you can interact with the local inhabitants.  There will be a stop at the cedar forest in Azrou to watch Barbary apes.  And another stop will be the town of Ifrane.  With its alpine style architecture and nearby slopes and forests it is known as the ‘Switzerland of Morocco’.  There can be more stops wherever necessary.  Overnight accommodation in a hotel or riad.  BB.

DAY 11

Day 11: Explore 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 most famous of medinas to experience more sensory stimulating souks.  As well as spending the morning wandering by the many souks, you will visit sites with cultural and historical interest including the famous Medrasa Bouanania, the el-Karaouine Mosque and University, the oldest 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 12

Day 12: Fes/ Volubilis / Meknes / Rabat

In the morning 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 to 225 BC.  Here you will see the most beautiful mosaics in Morocco from the same period.  Your guided tour will increase your knowledge of the Roman Empire.  After leaving the ruins we continue our drive to 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.   After a stop for lunch at a local restaurant we drive to Rabat, the administrative capital of Morocco.  Depending upon your departure time, you will either see Rabat this afternoon or tomorrow morning.  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 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 performing arts center.  Overnight accommodation in a hotel or riad.  BB.

DAY 13

Day 13: Departure

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

More about Aït-Ben-Haddou

Aït-Ben-Haddou or Aït Benhaddou is located about 25 kilometers from Ouarzazate.  Known to the region’s native Berbers as a ksar, the village lies on the former caravan route between Marrakesh and the Sahara Desert linking ancient Sudan to Marrakesh by the Dra Valley and the Tizi-n'Telouet Pass.  It dates from the 17th century and was one of the many trading posts on this commercial route. The Ksar of Aït Benhaddou, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a striking example of southern Moroccan earthen clay architecture.  It is the largest site of its kind in Morocco and one of the most photogenic and historically fascinating sites in Morocco.  Today Aït Ben Haddou still houses some Glaoui family members of the Glaoua (Glawa) tribe of the Berbers of southern Morocco.  Aït Benhaddou is also a must-see destination for film buffs as it has been a location for many movies including The Gladiator and Star Wars.  Contact Moroccan Meta Adventures for a fabulous day tour.

More about Casablanca

Casablanca, the port city on the Atlantic Ocean is the economic capital of Morocco. This s the largest and busiest city in the country and the commercial hub of western Morocco.  The Port of Casablanca is one of the largest artificial ports in the world.  The Hassan II Mosque, which stands partly over the ocean 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 it also embraces 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 Dadès Valley

he Dadès Valley is one of the stunning valleys in the south of Morocco.  From the daunting High Atlas in the north to the rugged Jebel Saghro range south, the valley is dotted with oasis and mudbrick palaces.  As a result, the region has the fairy tale nickname - Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs.  Some of the best views are only glimpsed when travelling on foot along the hidden livestock tracks. These tracks are between the Dadès and Todra Gorges or nomad routes across the Saghro Massif. The area, which now forms the Dadès Gorges, lay at the bottom of the sea millions of years ago.  Great quantities of sediment were deposited around giant coral reefs.  Over time this material became compacted into a variety of sedimentary rocks such as sandstone and limestone. Eventually, the movement of the earth's crust caused the region to rise above the sea, forming the Atlas Mountains and surrounding landscape. Today, the Dades Valley attracts many professional photographers from all over the world. To take your own stunning photos add the Dadès Valley to your list with Morocco Meta Adventures.

More about Erg Chebbi

Erg Chebbi is the name of the beautiful sand dunes near Merzouga.  They span an area of 28km from north to south and 7 to 8 km from the Algerian border to the west.  The great sand sea is extraordinarily scenic and constantly changing shape with the desert winds. The rose-gold dunes, reaching to heights of 160m, rise dramatically above a pancake-flat, grey hamada (hard-packed rocky desert).  As the sun sets, the dunes turn stunning shades of orange, pink and purple   Erg Chebbi is one of Morocco 's several ergs, or large seas of dunes, formed by wind-blown sand.  This area is beautiful to visit and to experience the wonders of the desert.  Let Morocco Meta Adventures be your guide on an amazing adventure.  

More about Essaouira

Essaouira lies on the crossroads between two tribes: the Arab Chiadma to the north and the Haha Berbers in the south.  Add to that the Gnawa, who came originally from further south in Africa, and the Europeans, and you have a rich cultural mix. Essaouira, called Mogador until 1960, is known as the `Wind city of Africa`.  As a result, it attracts surfers, windsurfers and kite surfers all taming the waves between April and November. Visitors to the Essaouira enjoy the many attractions of this laid back beautiful coastal town.   And Essaouira's medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site is an exceptional example of a late-18th-century fortified town. The ramparts, called Scala de la Kasbah, around the medina are impressive as they're built on the seaside cliffs.  Along the ramparts, there are old cannons from the 16th century lined up and pointing out over the Atlantic Ocean.  If you watched The Game of Thrones, this sight will be familiar.  Stroll along the ramparts and look over to the Purpuraires Island to see birds hovering above this nature reserve.  Or just relax and watch the sun set over the Atlantic. Wander through the spice-scented lanes and palm-lined avenues of the Essaouira`s fortified medina. Later, browse the many art galleries and boutiques of handcrafted goods.  And finally, watch artisans carve from Thuya, a local native cedar wood. The port of Essaouira is a busy working port filled with fishing boats.  Here you can see the nets being repaired and the daily catch being sold every afternoon to restaurants around the harbor area.  Then buy your choice of fish and take it to your favourite restaurant to be cleaned and cooked for you. Essaouira is rated as the most beautiful city in Morocco by UNESCO.  And the beaches surrounding Essaouira are rated as blue flag meaning they have met high environmental and quality standards.  Therefore, make your visit to this beautiful city a memorable one with Morocco Meta Adventures.  Contact us to arrange your tour.

More about Fez (Fes)

Fez (Fes) is the spiritual and cultural capital of Morocco.  It is 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, and described it as "one of the most extensive and best conserved historic towns of the Arab-Muslim world".  Fes is the first site in Morocco to be granted this status. This enchanting labyrinth of alleyways remain much as they did centuries ago.  During its heyday, Fes attracted scholars and philosophers, mathematicians and lawyers, astronomers and theologians.   As a result, craftsmen built them houses and palaces.  Then kings endowed mosques and medrasas (religious schools).  And finally, merchants offered exotic wares from the silk roads and sub-Saharan trade routes. The Medina of Fes is maybe the world’s largest car-free urban area.  Here you will see only carts pulled along cobbled lanes by donkeys, horses or people.   This medina is a feast for all the senses.  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 never-ending display 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 enchants 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 is referred to as ‘’ the Switzerland of Morocco ‘’ because of its alpine style architecture and nearby slopes and forests.  The French built Ifrane in the 1930’s deliberately trying to recreate an alpine style resort.  It is a beautiful and charming area with neat red roofed houses, blooming flower beds and lake studded parks.  It's a perfect place to picnic in the summer or to ski and throw snowballs in the winter.  Most of the cafes and hotels are clustered in the center of the town.  Ifrane has a completely different look from than the rest of other towns around the country and is definitely worth a visit.  With Morocco Meta Adventures you will get to see the best of the country.  Don’t hesitate to contact us to arrange a tour.

More about Marrakech

Marrakech or Marrakesh is the major economic center of central Morocco.  One of Morocco’s four Imperial Cities, it lies in the center of the fertile, irrigated Haouz Plain, south of the Tennsift River.  Marrakech, known as the Pearl of the South or the Red City is a r and home to mosques, palaces and gardens. The ancient section of the city, known as the medina, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1985.  This medina is the largest traditional market in Morocco.  With mazelike alleys thriving souks (marketplaces) sell traditional textiles, pottery and jewelry.  This densely packed medina, surrounded by packed clay ramparts with many gates, dates back to the Berber Empire. A symbol of the city, and visible for miles, is the Moorish minaret on the 12th-century Koutoubia Mosque.  It is located just southwest of Jemaa el-Fna, the famous and best known square in Africa. Marrakech is worthy of visit as there so much to see and experience.  Let Morocco Meta Adventures be your guide, so you see the best of this city.  Don’t hesitate to contact us.

More about Meknes

Meknes is one of the four Imperial cities of Morocco.  It still has all the winding narrow medina streets and grand buildings of an Imperial city. The Sultan Moulay Ismail made the city his capital in the 17th century. He endowed the city with extensive fortifications and monumental gates. Bab Mansour, a huge gate with arches and green and white mosaic tiling leading into the former Imperial city was finished after his death. To the south, the Heri es-Souani or royal granaries included vast stables for 12,00 horses. Although an earthquake in in the 18th century caused the roof to collapse it is still possible to visualize the size of the place.  Meknes is one of the beautiful cities in Morocco worth a visit.  Add this Imperial City to your travel plans with Morocco Meta Adventures.

More about Merzouga

Merzouga is a small Moroccan town in the Sahara Desert, near the Algerian border. It is known as the gateway to Erg Chebbi, a huge expanse of sand dunes north of the town.  Although small, Merzouga attracts millions of people from all over the world who want to experience the desert sands of Erg Chebbi.  Nearby is Dayet Srji, a seasonal saltwater lake that’s often dry in summer.  When full, it attracts a wide range of migratory and desert birds, including desert warblers, Egyptian nightjars, and flamingos. With Morocco Meta Adventures you will have an adventure of a lifetime.

More about Ouarzazate

Moroccans cannot say the word Ouarzazate without a feeling of relief and relaxation.  In the Berber language it’s a phrase meaning ‘’without noise ‘’.  Geographically, Ouarzazate is south of Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains and known as a gateway to the Sahara Desert.  The huge Taourirt Kasbah, once occupied by the last Berber chieftain El Glaoui Et-Hami in the late 19th century, has been featured in several movies. The kasbah has views over the rugged local landscape. To the northwest is the fortified red-earth city of Aït Ben Haddou and northeast is the rocky Todra Gorges.  A road winds southeast through the Draa Valley’s groves of lush palm trees to the desert.  There so much beauty around this area it is worth a visit.  To see the best of the country, put Ouarzazate on the list of places to see with Morocco Meta Adventures.

More about Rabat

Rabat is Morocco’s political and administrative capital.  It is a cultural city deep-rooted in history but also with plenty of charm.  Rabat is an eco-responsible capital with clean, well-kept palm-lined boulevards and many beautiful parks.  The city lies along the shores of the Bouregreg River and the Atlantic Ocean.  It's known for UNESCO World Heritage Sites 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 unfinished minaret, soars above the ruins of a mosque and the beautiful mausoleum of Mohammed V.  Rabat is a city of contrasts with much to offer visitors.  Add Rabat to your checklist of places to see with Morocco Meta Adventures to experience the best of the country.

More about Todra Gorges

The Todra Gorges are a series of limestone river canyons in the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains. They are near the town of Tinerhir.  The road from Tinerhir passes through palm groves and Berber villages until high walls of pink and grey rock close in around the road.  Both the Todra and neighbouring Dades Rivers are responsible for carving out these deep cliff-sided canyons.  The height of the canyon walls can vary, but in some places can be up to 400 meters (1,312 ft) high.  A 300m-deep fault splits the orange limestone into a deep ravine.  At some points it is just wide enough for a crystal-clear river and single-file trekkers to squeeze through. The Todra Gorge is a stunningly beautiful destination for rock climbing or hiking. Many visitors from all over the world are attracted to this place.  Add this destination to your Moroccan travel checklist with Morocco Meta Adventures and see the best of the country.

More about Volubilis

Volubilis is a North African archaeological site, located near Fès in the Zerhoun mountain Plain of Morocco.  Volubilis developed under several civilizations and grew rapidly under Roman rule from the 1st century A.D. onwards until being taken by local tribes about 285.  Sitting in the middle of a fertile plain, this ruined Roman city is the best-preserved archaeological site in Morocco.  The many beautiful mosaics preserved in situ are a highlight of the visit.  In 1997 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.  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 visit to Volubilis will allow visitors, especially those with an interest in history and adventure, to experience the remnants of Morocco’s ancient past.   Ask Morocco Meta Adventures to arrange your tour.
The Meta Majestic Morocco Tour allows you to discover the hidden areas of Moroccan cities while enjoying the breathtaking countryside. It is a roundtrip from the modern city of Casablanca. The tour then continues to the pearl of the south 'Marrakech' with its beautiful sights. From big cities to small authentic villages and with a contrast from one destination to another, it will an amazing experience for 13 days 12 nights.

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