Morocco in depth           

Morocco is called "the country of a thousand colors" for the diversity of its landscapes: golden dunes, all the pinks and oranges of its sunsets, the snows of the Atlas, the color of its cities, the vibrant bazaars. Traveling to Morocco is riding a camel on the dunes while watching the most spectacular sunset, it is sleeping in the haimmas under a star-studded sky, where the tajines are enriched with saffron and argan, it is haggling with the carpet sellers in the bazaars and find shepherds of the Berber tribes herding goats on the slopes of the mountains. Our proposal will invite you to a complete trip through Morocco, in our style, beyond a typical tourist trip. It is a dream trip where you will get to know imperial cities and their medinas, the desert, crossing the Atlas and reaching the Atlantic coast.

Dates: in May, to be defined

Duration at destination: 14 nights


MARRAKECH - 3 days

Marrakech, the capital of Morocco, is one of the four imperial cities. It is the gateway, and as soon as we arrive at your airport we will be immersing ourselves in a culture as exotic as it is captivating. It is an intense, vibrant, colorful city, also called the red city of Morocco. Its Jemaa el Fna square, located in the center of the medina and dominated by the Koutubia mosque minaret, is full of vendors, snake charmers, storytellers, moving us to other times. It is a World Heritage Site. We will visit its medina, the Koutoubia, the Baía Palace, the royal tombs, and the Majorelle Garden, which was owned by Ives Saint Laurent. A city that lives with the senses on the surface.


Crossing landscapes of the High Atlas we will arrive at this town where we will find one of the best preserved kasbahs (fortified towns) in all of Morocco, declared a World Heritage Site.A place that has been the location of great films, because it is completely cinematographic in its beauty. We will travel at ease and we will lose ourselves in the narrow alleys of the kashba, full of small shops and craft carpet factories. A very peaceful place, in the anteroom of the desert.


  In the Ouarzazate area and crossing the Valley of roses, we enter the Dades gorges, we will take the path of the thousand kashbahs, because it houses its highest concentration. We will walk along its winding road, contemplating the varied and peculiar reddish landscape of the Atlas Mountains, stopping to discover the Berber villages that dot this picturesque and varied landscape.


 assing through landscapes as varied as spectacular (Gorges of Todra, palm groves of Talfilalet) we will arrive at the entrance door to the desert, where we will stay. We will meet the inhabitants of Khamlia, descendants of African slaves, where we will know their Gnawa music and their community atmosphere, where we will share a dinner. The next day we will go to the desert, where we will enjoy its splendor and its culture, a bonfire night with songs and drums, a camel ride among the dunes, enjoying the sunset and we will have the happiness of contemplating the immense star sky and sleeping in nomadic jaimas. They will be unforgettable days.


Rissani is a town where the most authentic souk (market) in Morocco takes place, and the most important one where locals sell and buy camels and donkeys. We will visit the market and continue our journey through the Atlas, where we will admire the Ziz Valley with its 20 km long river of palm trees. We will arrive at Meknes, the most beautiful imperial city, which was the capital of Morocco during the reign of Moulay Ismail, called the Versailles of Morocco. It is a World Heritage Site.


 On our way to Fez, another of the imperial cities, we will stop at the Roman ruins of Volúbilis where you can see the best preserved and most visited archaeological remains in Morocco. The area was declared a World Heritage Site. We will arrive in Fez, the cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco and a jewel of the Arab-Spanish civilization. This city preserves the most authentic traditions and lifestyles of Morocco, something that is breathed in each of its streets. We will go to the largest living monument in all of Morocco, the extensive and labyrinthine medina of Fez el-Bali, the largest urban pedestrian area in the world and in it we will discover the hidden tannery, whose characteristics and manufacturing techniques have not changed since the Middle Ages.


In the Rif mountain range is this charming little blue city. For centuries it was considered a sacred city, where foreigners were prohibited from entering. It is the most beautiful city in the mountain range for its magic, its well-maintained traditions and the irresistible charm of its streets with its blue-tinted houses. Chefchaouen still retains its village atmosphere and a strong culture of its people, the Ghomara. In it we can find a variety of handmade crafts that can hardly be found in other parts of Morocco


We will have a panoramic tour of the city. Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco, as well as its main port. The highest point of our tour will be the visit with entrance to the Hassan II Mosque, the largest in the country and the only one where non-Muslims are allowed to enter. We will have free time to enjoy this modern city and at night enjoy the sound and light show at the fountain in Mohammed V Square.


On the shores of the Atlantic is the last walled fortification, formerly known by the Portuguese name of Mogador. Essaouira has been declared a World Heritage Site and has traditionally been called the Pearl of the Atlantic. We will visit its small medina, the fort on the sea, we will have time to walk along the beach and approach the active fishing port where the locals meet to taste freshly caught fish and seafood.


  • Permanent support and coordination by Colores de India 
  • Private air-conditioned van throughout the trip
  • Combination of hotels and riads in the medinas with breakfast
  • Four meals, not drinks included
  • Paid tickets to enter the Hassan II Mosque, Roman Ruins of Volubilis, Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, Medersa Bou Inania and Majorelle Gardens.
  • All the activities mentioned in the itinerary detail
  • Tips to driver and to the guides of Volúbilis and Ait Ben Haddou.
  • Excursion on dromedaries through the desert
  • Gnawa music concert in Khamlia.
  • Guided tour with locals 


  • International flights
  • Entrances to unspecified places
  • Other tips other than those specified in the previous section
  • Travel assistance insurance
  • Visa for Morocco 
  • Any other concept not found in the previous section


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