Thanks to Morocco Tours, you will get the most out of Morocco since you will not only see the contemporary and urban features of Moroccan towns like Marrakech and Rabat, but you will also get to see the country’s true and traditional sides when you visit Fes. Not only that, but we have also added where you may see the Moroccan Sahara and Berber villages so that you can channel your inner explorer as you trek across the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi.

Imperial Cities Morocco Tours

Morocco certainly attracts many visitors to its tourist spots. Due to its gorgeous mountains and extensive beaches spanning both the Atlantic and Mediterranean seas, you definitely would be hopping on the next Morocco Tours. Those are scattered over Morocco’s Imperial Cities, which also include the city of Meknes. Visitors to Morocco’s imperial cities usually get lost in its maze-like medinas, which have been designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Fes

Fes is Morocco’s historic capital and home to one of the most stunning and opulent medinas in the country. Travelers from all over the world are drawn to its distinctive and traditional setting. The old medina is a car-free urban area that is thought to be one of the largest in the world. The relaxed ambiance and lack of traffic make it ideal for exploring on foot. The historic Jewish quarter, or Mellah, is also located in Fes. 

While in Fes, visit Bouaanania Madersa. It was constructed in the 14th century and is an excellent example of Islamic architecture. One of Fes’ most prominent and interesting sights is the Chouara Tannery, where various leather objects are colored in large vats. From above, visitors can view the multi-colored pits where workmen wander and tan the leather. Don’t miss the Merenid Tombs, which provide a breathtaking view over Fes medina and the sprawling metropolis. The Qaraouyine library and mosque, as well as the al-Tijani mosque, are also noteworthy.

Marrakech 

Marrakech is rich in history and culture, and it offers a plethora of attractions and unique experiences. Dar Si Said Museum, Marrakech Museum, and Museum of Islamic Art are among the museums that provide insight into this North African country and its people. Include some of the following intriguing things on your upcoming Morocco Tours when visiting the Imperial City of Marrakech:

In Marrakech, you can visit Jamaa Elfna for cultural performances or overlook the square from a rooftop cafe. You may also wander in Marakkech’s jampacked market souks in the labyrinthine streets of the Medina and take artsy pictures in the many gardens of the city: The Majorelle gardens, Arset Moulay Abdesalam Cyber garden, Koutoubia garden, Menara garden… Do not forget to enjoy the authentic Marrakech architecture in: Musee de Marrakech, Almoravid Koubba, Ben Youssef Medrassa… and to tour the famous Marrakech sightseeing sites and discover their history: Badi Palace, Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs…

Rabat

Rabat is Morocco’s capital and the location of all foreign embassies. Rabat, which is located at the mouth of the Bou Regreg River on the Atlantic Ocean, has combined with nearby Temara and Salé to form a conurbation of almost 1.8 million inhabitants. Rabat offers an unusual mix of old and new, and tourists will discover a bustling, modern city with several historical and cultural treasures to explore.

Nature enthusiasts would appreciate a visit to Rabat-Exotic Salé’s Gardens. Pathways run among palm trees, lotus flowers, and other greenery, through streams, waterfalls, fountains, and across rope bridges. Routes are indicated with colored markers where there are benches along the road where tourists may relax and take in the scenery. The grounds also have a structure that houses a variety of reptiles and spiders. Other attractions in Rabat include the major Royal house of Dâr-al-Makhzen, Rabat Hassan, Avenue Mohammed V, Pietri Square, the Rabat Medina, and the Bouregreg Marina.

Moroccan Sahara Morocco Tours

Morocco’s towering dunes may be enjoyed in a variety of ways, from sleeping beneath the stars in a bivouac-style desert tent to sunset camel rides! Scaling sand dunes, exploring nomadic settlements, or listening to traditional music around a blazing campfire are all options you can opt for in Morocco Tours. From sunrise to sunset, the Moroccan desert is a really memorable experience.

Merzouga & Erg Chebbi Dunes

The Erg Chebbi desert is a famous destination in the Moroccan Sahara. Erg Chebbi is readily reached. You will be surrounded by meter-high sand dunes after a 10-minute camel ride or 5 minutes via 4×4. The dunes are rather high here, making for great photography, and there are various desert camps. These tent campsites are luxurious, giving true glamping in the desert!

Because of its proximity to the city of Merzouga, this area of the desert has a reliable supply of running water and electricity. Remember that other visitors of Morocco Tours will always be present in the Erg Chebbi desert because it is a stunning destination and a popular tourist site.

In Merzouga, you can go:

  • Sunset / Sunrise Camel riding
  • Sand Boarding
  • ATV Quad Adventure 
  • Night Camp Oasis across the dunes 
  • Star gazing in luxury desert tents

Ouarzazate & Ait Benhaddou Kasbah

Ouarzazate, in south-central Morocco, is known as the “Door to the Desert” or “Moroccan Hollywood.” Ouarzazate is perched on the high plateaus of the Atlas Mountains, overlooking the lowlands. Despite its proximity to the Saharan desert plateaus, the city is lush with palm trees, orchards, and gardens. The streets are energized by the souk or the artisanal center where stone cutters and sculptors on copper and silver numerous. In Ouarzazate lay the Atlas Corporation Studios, which are are well worth seeing. These magnificent sets have enabled great films to be shot on our open-air stage.

Not that far away from Ouarzazate, you will come across the UNESCO World Heritage Site Ait Benhaddou Kasbah. Ait Benhaddou castle is a clear illustration of southern Moroccan architecture. Within its defensive walls, which are strengthened by angle towers and penetrated by a baffle gate, houses close together – some humble, others like little urban castles with towering angle towers and upper portions adorned with clay brick designs – but there are also structures and common places. It also has been a popular filming location for Hollywood productions. Game of Thrones was filmed there!

If you’ve been wanting to discover the authentic and modern aspects of Morocco, do not think twice and make sure to visit the cities above in Morocco Tours. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us.