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Feel the magic of the Middle East on Topdeck’s Moroccan Explorer trip, which starts and ends in the cultural hub of Marrakech. Travel to Casablanca, Fes, the Atlas Mountains and more on this memorable exploration of one of the most diverse countries in North Africa. With an overnight stay in the Sahara Desert and a guided tour of the medina in Fes on the cards, this adventure is one for the books!


Bucket List Inclusions

Guided tours of Marrakech, Rabat and Fes

Visit Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca

Visit the Medina of Fes

Visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis

Stay at a desert camp in the Sahara

Entrance fees to all sights in the itinerary

More Inclusions

9 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners

8 nights in hotels (twin/double share), 1 night in a desert camp

Awesome English-speaking Trip Leader

Transport

Air-conditioned minibus


Group Size

15

Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 20:00 in Marrakesh

Finish time:
Approximately 09:00 in Marrakesh



Transfer to your hotel, ditch the map, turn off your phone and prepare to lose/find yourself in a maze of mosaics and souks. Welcome to Marrakech! Join the gang at tonight's welcome meeting and get pumped - it's gonna be an amazing ten days. Please note: On arrival, proceed through immigration. An airport representative with a Topdeck sign will be waiting outside of the terminal to transfer you to your hotel.

Today is all about the city tour. We’ll check out the Bahia Palace (think: tiles, tiles and more tiles), see the shimmering Saadian Tombs and wriggle past the snake charmers in bustling Jemaa el-Fnaa square. This place has got it all – street entertainers, henna tattoo artists, musicians and more.

First up today, we’ll pay a visit to the Hassan II Mosque – which has the world’s largest minaret (with an actual laser beam on top). Then: it’s on to the UNESCO World Heritage capital of Rabat for a city tour. Don’t forget to paint the town blue in the Kasbah of the Udayas!

Live la dolce vita in Volubilis (or at least get a good idea of what it was like during Roman times) while wandering around some well-preserved ruins. We’re talking historic public buildings that date back a whopping 2,000 years, AND some intricate mosaics that have well and truly stood the test of time. Later, we’ll take a walk through enchanting Meknes (which was once home to the Moroccan sultanate) before bracing ourselves for all things patterned in Fes.

Mausoleums, mosques and medinas are on the cards today as we hit the streets on a full-day whip around the city with a local guide. The 9,000 narrow cobbled streets in Fes el-Bali are lined with spices, food stalls and tanneries, so don’t just stand there – get exploring! Spot minarets crowning the rooftops, see how many fountains you can count or hunt down a hammam for a body shine and polish. It’s a tough life.

Adjust to the altitude in Alpine-fresh Ifrane, then carve back through cedar forests to Midelt for lunch (not to mention some breathtaking views of the eastern High Atlas). Afterwards, point your compass south – we’re off to Errachidia.

Merzouga looks as if it might be engulfed by the red dunes of the Sahara Desert at any moment. Pull up a pool lounger and savour the view before hopping on a camel (if you want to!) and heading out to to our desert camp. Have you ever seen so many stars?

Step into your own Roadrunner cartoon today in rock climber's heaven: Todra Gorge. With a 3D landscape of imposing orange sandstone peaks, streams and the odd camel playing outside your window today, the trip to Dades Gorge will seem quicker than a coyote.

Aït Benhaddou is UNESCO World Heritage and ‘Desert Hollywood’ beauty combined on an old caravan route between Sudan and Marrakech. Otherworldly charm level: 100/10.

The trip might be over after breakfast, but your adventure doesn’t have to be! We’ll be seeing you around.

Make your way to the hotel, ditch the map, turn off your phone and prepare to lose/find yourself in a maze of mosaics and souks. Welcome to Marrakech! Join the gang at tonight’s welcome meeting and get pumped - it’s gonna be an amazing ten days.

Today is all about the city tour. As we make our way around we’ll check out the narrow streets of the medina and wriggle past the snake charmers in bustling Jemaa el-Fnaa square. This place has got it all - street entertainers, henna tattoo artists, musicians and more.

First today, we’ll pay a visit to the Hassan II Mosque - which has the world’s largest minaret (with an actual laser beam on top). Then: it’s on to the UNESCO World Heritage capital of Rabat for a city tour. Don’t forget to paint the town blue in the Kasbah of the Udayas!

Today we’ll take a walk through enchanting Meknes (which was once home to the Moroccan sultanate) before moving on to Volubilis for a wander around some amazingly well preserved ruins. We’re talking historic public buildings and intricate mosaics that have well and truly stood the test of time. Later on, brace yourselves for all things patterned in Fes.

Mausoleums, mosques and medinas are on the cards today as we hit the streets on a full-day whip around the city with a local guide. The 9,000 narrow cobbled streets in Fes el-Bali are lined with spices, food stalls and tanneries, so don’t just stand there - get exploring! Spot minarets crowning the rooftops, see how many fountains you can count or hunt down a hammam for a body shine and polish. It’s a tough life.

Today we’ll wind our way through acres of cedar forests before stopping in Midelt for some breathtaking views of the eastern High Atlas. Afterwards, it’s time to adjust to the altitude in Alpine-fresh Erfoud: the ‘Door to the Desert’.

Merzouga looks as if it might be engulfed by the red dunes of the Sahara Desert at any moment. Pull up a pool lounger and savour the view before hopping on a camel (if you want to!) and heading out to our desert camp. Have you ever seen so many stars?

Step into your own Roadrunner cartoon today in rock climber's heaven: Todra Gorge. With a 3D landscape of imposing orange sandstone peaks, streams and the odd camel playing outside your window today, the trip to Ouzarate will seem quicker than a coyote.

Aït Benhaddou is UNESCO World Heritage and ‘Desert Hollywood’ beauty combined on an old caravan route between Sudan and Marrakech. Otherworldly charm level? 100/10!

The trip might be over after breakfast, but your adventure doesn’t have to be! We’ll be seeing you around...

21 de junho a 30 de junho
R$ 5.896,08
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05 de julho a 14 de julho
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02 de agosto a 11 de agosto
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20 de setembro a 29 de setembro
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04 de outubro a 13 de outubro
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18 de outubro a 27 de outubro
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01 de novembro a 10 de novembro
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03 de abril a 12 de abril
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17 de abril a 26 de abril
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19 de junho a 28 de junho
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03 de julho a 12 de julho
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14 de agosto a 23 de agosto
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04 de setembro a 13 de setembro
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18 de setembro a 27 de setembro
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02 de outubro a 11 de outubro
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16 de outubro a 25 de outubro
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06 de novembro a 15 de novembro
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13 de novembro a 22 de novembro
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18 de dezembro a 27 de dezembro
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08 de janeiro a 17 de janeiro
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22 de janeiro a 31 de janeiro
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05 de fevereiro a 14 de fevereiro
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19 de fevereiro a 28 de fevereiro
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05 de março a 14 de março
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19 de março a 28 de março
R$ 6.025,38