• Day trip to Chefchaouen

    Day trip to Chefchaouen

    Consider a day trip from Fez to the blue-washed city of Chefchaouen, one of the most charming towns in Morocco. On arrival you will start the visit in the city’s main square, a great place to sip tea and people watch. Next, explore Chefchaouen's old medina influenced by Moorish and Andalusian culture. This small town, nestled in the Rif Mountains, is picturesque and famous for its walls that are painted with various shades of blue. Chefchaouen’s small alleyways that interconnect are fun to roam just before sunset. The blue city is a photographer's dream. Don’t miss out on sampling the traditional goat’s cheese called Jben. It is popular and made by the locals.

  • High Atlas 4x4 tour

    High Atlas 4x4 tour

    For travelers interested in going off the beaten track, a High Atlas Off-Road Experience in a 4x4 to Berber Villages is an ideal way to spend the day. On this day trip, you will explore the lake of Lalla Takerkoust, just 30 minutes outside of Marrakech. From there continue to the scenic Plateau du Kik. Afterward, descend into the lush valley of Asni to visit Ourigane National Park and Atlas. You also have the option of taking a leisurely walk before heading back to Marrakech. Have fun on a 4x4!

  • Volubilis, Moulay Idriss & Meknes Day Trip

    Volubilis, Moulay Idriss & Meknes Day Trip

    Morocco is known for one of the best-preserved Roman archaeological sites, Volubilis, developed during the 3rd century and a must-see during your visit to Morocco. Volubilis is a UNESCO World Heritage Site thought to be occupied from prehistoric times through the Islamic period. Visit the ruins, the basilica, the temple, and Roman mosaics. Next drive to Moulay Idriss Zerhoune, considered the holiest town in all of Morocco. Moulay Idriss I was a descendant of the Prophet Muhammad and born heir to the caliphate of Damascus. Wander around Moulay Idriss at your own pace and experience local life. Your final destination is Meknes, which was founded in the 11th century by the Almoravids dynasty. Your guide will take you to visit fascinating architectural treasures such as the beautiful Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and the Royal stables and granary along with the city’s 17th-century courtyards and fountains.

  • Agafay Desert Day Trip

    Agafay Desert Day Trip

    The Agafay Desert often referred to as the stony desert, is a 45-minute drive south of Marrakech. Unlike the golden dunes of the Sahara, this stony desert has moonlike qualities that feature beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The atmosphere and landscapes in Agafay are splendid given the backdrop is the High Atlas Mountains. On this Agafay Desert Glamping experience you will take a 30-minute sunset camel trek across the Agafay dunes, gather to dine on Moroccan fare in a tent under the Moroccan stars, then retire to your luxury tent for the evening. This Agafay experience is perfect for couples, honeymooners, families, and photography lovers.