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Morocco 10 days

Departure dates: 2024 6/27 , 7/21 , 8/01 , 9/19 , 10/18 , 11/25

*Minimum 6 people**
【Package included】
✔️ 8 nights hotel accommodation (4-5 stars).
✔️ Transportations, attraction tickets (per itinerary).
✔️ Chinese speaking guide. One bottle water per person per day
✔️ Daily breakfast, 7 lunches, 8 dinners (per itinerary).
✔️ Headsets are arranged for more than 15 people
【Package excluded】
✘ International round-trip air tickets
✘ Beverages at restaurants
✘ Recommended tips for tour leader, guide & driver: USD$12 per day/person
✘ Expenses of personal in nature

Itinerary Daily Itinerary Register for trip



  • Marrakech, one of the four imperial cities, has written a thousand-year history of Morocco under the Berber language "land of God", and as a city with great characteristics, ochre red is his representative color.
  • Vaissat is strategically located in the southeast of Morocco and is also a wonderful tourist city, blessed with natural landscapes that attract many films.
  • Mezzurka changes to a four-wheel drive and heads to the long-dreamed Sahara Desert, where the undulating sand dunes stretch to the sky, the unique Sahara Desert, with the transformation of light, intertwined with different beautiful colors, but also reflects the endless expanse.
  • The city of Fez as a representative of Islamic civilization, as if time has never passed, still maintains the appearance of the Middle Ages, and the old city has more than 9,000 intricate streets, like a huge labyrinth. Specially arranged to stay in a tented lodge to experience the desert starry sky.
  • The transparent blue paints the whole city as a splendid mountain town, Chefchaouen is rendered in a fresh atmosphere, the quaint stone road of Old Medina in the old town, the pavement is paved with cobblestone patterns, red tiles, blue walls, and unique alleys, like sleepwalking in this dreamy mountain city.
  • Asila is an artistic town in Morocco with predominantly white houses and Mediterranean looks.
  • Tangier overlooks the port and the Strait of Gibraltar, and if the weather is nice, you can also look out over the Spanish mainland opposite.
  • The Four Imperial Cities - Rabat: Rabat, where modernity and history coexist, is the capital of Morocco after independence in 1956, and was listed as a World Heritage Site in 2012.
  • Casablanca is the setting for the famous black-and-white film 'North African Spy', and the city's urban plan was completed during the French colonial era, leaving many French-style buildings.


  • Radisson Blu Marrakech 5* or Similar
  • Oscar Hotel By Atlas Studios 4* or Similar
  • Caravanserai Luxury Desert Camp or Similar
  • Les Meinides Fes 5* or Similar
  • Hotel Parador or Similaror other specialty B&B
  • Hotel Royal Tulip or Similar
  • LaTour Hassan Palace 5* or Similar
  • Radisson Blu Casablanca 5* or Similar


Daily Itinerary

DAY 1 USA ✈︎ Marrakesh, Morocco

  • Fly to Morocco in North Africa ~ Marrakech!

DAY 2 Arrives in Marrakesh 

  • Arrive at Marrakech International Airport and visit the exterior Koutoubiya Mosque, a landmark of Marrakech with an incredible piece of history.
  • Then visit the Bahia Palace (admission included), one of the few royal palaces in Morocco that is open to the public and preserved by Marriott, with gardens, atriums, ornate rooms, fountains, each carefully designed.The size of the rooms was designed according to the favor of the king's wives, but each wife's room had its own atrium.
  • After dinner, head to Jemaa el-Fna, the largest open-air square in Morocco. From sunrise until late at night, you can see Indian snake dancers, Arabs selling spiced tea, old Moroccans telling stories and fortunes, various performances, and countless stalls selling food, drinks, clothing, carpets, furnishings, leather, and handicrafts. It is like Lan Kwai Fong in Hong Kong and Xintiandi in Shanghai, because of this square, Marrakech has infinite vitality. We can choose to experience a variety of snacks and freshly squeezed juices in the square, or we can enjoy the panoramic view of the square at sunset in the nearby viewing café.
  • * Reminder: the sleepless square is bustling, pay attention of your valuables, and ignore anyone who close up casually. If you want to buy something, be sure to negotiate the price and the currency of the price to avoid unnecessary trouble.

Breakfast: X|Lunch:X|Dinner: Exquisite dinner at the hotel
Hotel: Radisson Blu Marrakech 5* or

DAY 3 Marrakech - Ouarzazate 

  • Visit Jardin Majorelle (admission included), a private garden that the famous costume designer Yves Saint Laurent bought with his partner Pierre Berge in Marrakech, Morocco. The bright blue color of the courtyard fills the façade of the building, light and shadow play in the carved panes, tropical plants such as palms and cacti grow from the sand and gravel soil towards the sun, and the Islamic style decoration carries a strong Moroccan style.
  • After lunch, drive for about 4 and a half hours to the village of Al Benhadu. Visit the village of Ait-Ben-Haddou (admission included), where this ancient Berber city in southern Morocco was an important gateway in ancient times, exceptionally well preserved and inhabited by locals, and was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. The ancient city is built using terracotta mud bricks unique to Morocco, allowing people to fully experience the red charm of Morocco.
  • Then drive about 40 minutes to Ouarzazate in Ouarzazate is home to the largest studio in Morocco (admission included), a city full of world cultural sites, and rich history that is known as Mollywood.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Kuscous|Dinner: Local Dinner
Hotel: Oscar Hotel By Atlas Studios 4* or

DAY 4 Quarazate - Merzouga 

  • A 3-hour drive to the Dardès Canyon. In the first century AD, King Anu, the ruler of ancient Iberia, named the Dades River, which originates high in the Atlas Mountains, and the rock walls near the river form a colorful natural canyon landscape from 200 to 500 meters. After dinner, drive 3 hours to the desert edge city of Ilfud, which serves as a stopover into the desert. We will take a 4WD to the Mezzurca Desert (around 1 hour).
  • Choose your own desert activities: ride a dromedary unique North Africa through the desert, and quietly stroll on the Sahara Desert under the afterglow of the sunset to enjoy the beauty of the Sahara Desert; Or hop aboard a handsome sand buggy ride over rolling sand dunes for sweeping views of the Sahara.
  • *Reminder: When entering the desert, you can prepare a scarf as a prop for taking photos, and also play a role in shielding the wind and sand.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Hotel Exquisite Dinner
Hotel: Caravanserai Luxury Desert Camp or

DAY 5 Merzouga - Fes 

  • The 4WD drive from the desert to Erfoud for a transfer of coaches. Driving all day to Fez, known as one of Morocco's four ancient imperial cities, we enter the Atlas Mountains region, where the beautiful valley scenery rivals the Grand Canyon of the United States. Arrive in Medirt for lunch.
  • After that, we came to the small town of Eveland, located in the Atlas Mountains at an altitude of 1664 meters, 60 kilometers south of Feis, which began to be founded in 1929 and is a small town with a population of only about 10,000 people, attracting countless tourists to vacation here every year. There is no trace of Moroccan culture here. Arrive in the evening at the ninth-century ancient city of Fez, ranked by the famous American magazine (Traveler) as one of the 10 most romantic cities in the world.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Local Traditional Show + Bastian Pie
Hotel: Les Meinides Fes 5* or

DAY 6 Fes - Chefchaouen 

  • Enter the ancient city of Fez, travel back a thousand years, donkeys were still the main means of transportation for the people, visit the medieval old town there: the Quran School Bou Inania medersas (admission included), Nejjarine Spring (exterior), Idris Mausoleum (ancient capital builder) (exterior) and the world's first university, Calaviyne University (exterior), the gate of the Andalu Mosque (exterior), the honeycomb nest handmade leather dyeing workshop in the ancient city. Fez is the cultural center of Morocco and the old town was officially listed as a World Heritage Site in 1981. Come to the observation deck high outside the city, overlooking the entire old city, as if admiring a living picture of the Qingming River.
  • After lunch, drive to the blue and white town of Chefchaouen.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Hotel Exquisite Dinner
Hotel: Hotel Parador or
Similar or other specialty B&B

DAY 7 Chefchouen - Tangier 

  • Tangier: Cap Spartel, Cape Spartar, west of Tangier, is the starting point of the Strait of Gibraltar! More than 300 meters high headland, there is a myth and history mixed Hercules cave (African cave) Cave of Hercules (admission included) in the seaside rock wall, walking into the winding sea cave, a bright shape in front of the legendary Hercules slash the creation of the Strait of Gibraltar, and the shape of the cave mouth is like a map of Africa opposite to the left and right, which is amazing.
  • Arrive inside Tangier and experience the thousand-year-old heritage of North African Arabian culture, visit the ancient city of Tangier, Medina, and the ancient castle of Kasbah, overlooking the port and the Strait of Gibraltar, and if the weather is good, have the opportunity to look at the Spanish mainland opposite.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Hotel Exquisite Dinner
Hotel: Hotel Royal Tulip or

DAY 8 Tangir - Asilah - Rabat Rabat 

  • Acyla: is an artistic town in Morocco, with predominantly white houses and a Mediterranean look. Since 1978, this seaside town has held a mural festival every August, where mural artists from all over the world gather to fully display the charm of art on the walls of the old town. Only the best will be preserved, but only for one year, and when the next year's murals come, they will be replaced by new works. Therefore, the murals seen by tourists who go every year are different. It is precisely in this way that this process of finding and discovering murals has become a highlight of visiting here.
  • The Four Imperial Cities - Rabat: Rabat, where modernity and history coexist, is the capital of Morocco after independence in 1956, and was listed as a World Heritage Site in 2012.
  • Kasbah of oudayas (admission included), originally built in the 12th century to defend the Berber kingdom, is a square fortress with geometric figures and flower totems, a mixture of Arabian and Muhadic styles; Afterwards, we specially arranged to taste the authentic Mint tea of the Moors and feel the fragrant and refreshing "Moroccan whisky".
  • The exquisite and ornate tomb of Mohammed V Mausoleum (admission included), the resting place where the people commemorated the independence of Sultan Mohammed V, is like the starry blue-green exterior, wall decorations and water springs decorated everywhere; The 45.6-meter-tall Hassan Tower, which stands tall on the boundless pillared square, stands tall and prominent, reflecting the traces of time without diminishing its grandeur.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Hotel Exquisite Dinner
Hotel: La Tour Hassan Palace 5* or

DAY 9 Rabat - Casablanca 

  • Go to Morocco's largest city Casablanca tour, unveil the mystery, explore the beauty of "North African Paris", Casablanca on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, full of a strong southern European atmosphere, stroll in ◎ Mohammed V Square Mohammed V Square, is around the administrative center of various government agencies, under the French colonization, modern and white architecture, subverting the impression of the Islamic city impression, showing the unique style of Casablanca.
  • ★ Hassan II Mosque, a glazed green minaret symbolizing the most brilliant pearl of Casablanca, nearly two-thirds of the reclaimed building area, showing the combination of modern technology and faith, perfectly showing the Moroccan style on Islamic architecture.

Breakfast: Hotel|Lunch: Local Cuisine|Dinner: Hotel Exquisite Dinner
Hotel: Radisson Blu Casablanca 5* or

DAY 10 Casablanca ✈︎ USA

  • After breakfast at the hotel this morning, end your 10-day trip to Morocco and book a suitable flight out of Casablanca according to your needs. 
  • The company's staff only provides one-time departure service from the hotel. Guests can arrange their own transportation to the airport



Our company's official website group rates apply to groups of 10 people or more.
Groups of 2-6 people will have the driver acting as a guide.
Groups of 2 people do not include meals.

Register for trip

Please read the terms and conditions carefully before registering.

Is this tour suitable for me?

  • ​​Suitable age: Due to quality considerations and local restrictions, only applicants over 12 years old will be accepted
  • Wheelchair access: Due to limited facilities, some attractions may need to be waived without refund. VIPs using wheelchairs must be accompanied by an assistant, and the tour guide cannot assist separately
  • Special diet: Please let us know when you register, and we will try our best to arrange it. We apologize for some special diets that are more restrictive, but we apologize for not being able to provide them​​

Local conditions :

  • Triple rooms are not available for this tour
  • Please check the description of the daily itinerary in detail


  • Under the epidemic control, the procedures and requirements for entering the country for foreigners are different from the past, please contact Sonic Tour for the latest information
  • If the visa is issued by Sonic Tour, once the document is delivered, no refund will be made under any circumstances


  • Please provide a copy of your passport when registering to avoid inconvenience during your trip by mistake; It is also recommended to bring a copy of your passport with you in case you need it
  • During the whole trip, you need to use the same documents as when you registered, so as not to delay the itinerary or cause unnecessary expenses or losses to the VIP if the documents do not match.
  • The passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the date of return and at least 2 blank pages marked "Visas."

Flights & Baggage:

  • Most airlines require a fee to pre-reserve a seat, which you can do online up to 24-48 hours before departure.
  • For guests who have booked their own tickets, if there is a transfer, it is recommended to reserve at least 3 hours of transfer time.
  • The weight and number of checked baggage are according to the regulations of each airline's international flight, and the excess weight fee must be borne by the VIP guests.



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