10 Experiences A Tailor Made Morocco Tour Offers

Hand made Crafts, Shop the Souks in Morocco
Hand made Crafts, Shop the Souks in Morocco

Explore Morocco on tailor-made Private Tour. With the ability to fully customize, a Morocco Tour, a tailor-made experience delivers an authentic, private travel opportunity for couples, families and the independent traveler. A tailor-made Private Tour also offers the flexibility to engage with locals, discover exotic foods, visit heritage UNESCO Heritage sites, camp in the Moroccan Sahara Desert and stay at charming boutique riads and hotels.

10 Experiences A Tailor-Made Morocco Tour Offers:

#1. Visit Fes, A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Fes is the fourth largest city in Morocco and also known as one of the ancient imperial cities. It is separated into three parts, Fès el Bali (the old, walled city), Fès -Jdid (new Fes, home of the Mellah), and the Ville Nouvelle (the French-created, newest section of Fes. The Medina of Fes el Bali is believed to be the largest contiguous car-free urban area in the world.

#2. Take a Cooking Class with Daada Chef

Cooking Classes are conducted by a dada (traditional Moroccan cook) or a chef from and held at a kitchen in the media or in a palmeraie garden setting. Classes are a total of 4 hours with an option of an add on of wines tasting accompaniment. At a typical half-day cooking class, travelers can learn to prepare an appetizer and a main dish, or a main dish and dessert.

#3. Journey on a Food Tasting Tour

A Food Tour is a special opportunity to go deep in the heart of the Moroccan medina and discover local delicacies. Food Tours are offered in both Fes and Marrakech, led by locals and serve as a replacement for lunch or dinner.

Arabian Nights, Luxury Desert Camp
Arabian Nights, Luxury Desert Camp

#4. Arabian Night Camping & Camel Trekking in the Sahara Desert

Camping in the Sahara Desert and taking a Moroccan Camel trek is perfect to travel the south. Nomadic villages can be explored along with Kasbahs that are situated in palm groves, surrounding valleys, mountainous landscapes, gorges, and sandy Saharan dunes.

#5. Casablanca’s Art Deco Tour of Architectural Sites

Casablanca is one of the most famous cities visited by first-time travelers to Morocco and well known for the Hassan II Mosque. Lesser known are its’ Art Deco Architecture and Sites. Casablanca has a long history of engaging architects who once built Anfa’s grandest buildings that have typical Deco features of wrought ironwork, vacillating arches and colored, stained glass in geometric shapes. Visiting the Art Deco Historic sites of Casablanca is a rewarding and way to discover the past.

Bread baking with the Berbers
Bread baking with the Berbers

#6. Bread baking with the Berbers

Meet a local Berber family, partake in a cooking lesson of how to make traditional bread. Berber bread is baked in clay ovens or on volcanic rock and stuffed with a variety of local spices made from fresh, dried and smoked ingredients.

#7. Travel Morocco in a Private 4×4 Land Cruiser

Traveling by luxury, 4×4 Land Cruiser across Morocco will enable you to cover a vast amount of terrain in the most enjoyable and relaxing way. This way of traveling is highly recommended to first-time travelers to Morocco and also to those who want an intimate, personal experience that is seamless from beginning to end.

#8. Stays at Charming Boutique Riads & Hotels

Riads are restored palace style accommodations with courtyards, lush gardens, and traditional zellij tile work. Morocco is known for having the best, luxury riads that offer an Arabian Nights sensibility. The Best Riads can be found in Morocco’s old medinas. Riads offer a combination of traditional and modern decor with excellent service, luxury traveler amenities, and local Moroccan cuisine.

Volubilis Roman Ruins, Mosaics
Volubilis Roman Ruins, Mosaics

#9. Visit The Roman Ruins of Volubilis

Volubilis also referred to by Moroccans as Walili (Arabic) was the administrative center of the province in Roman Africa called Mauretania Tingitana. The Mauritanian capital, founded in the 3rd century B.C., became an important outpost of the Roman Empire and was graced with many fine buildings. It was destroyed by an earthquake in the late fourth century AD and later reoccupied in the sixth century, under the Abbasids. Extensive remains survived and create now what is considered one of the most important archaeological sites in Morocco.

#10. Shop in Morocco’s Souks for Handmade Crafts

Souks and markets are a major feature in Moroccan life, and among the country’s greatest attractions for Moroccan travelers. Each town has its special souk quarter, large cities like Fes and Marrakech have labyrinths of individual souks (each filling a street or square and devoted tone particular craft), and in the countryside, there are hundreds of weekly souks, on a different day in each village of the region.

What Is Included In a Tailor-Made Private Tour

A tailor-made private tour includes luxury transportation in a 4×4, Viano or Minibus, accommodations at Boutique Riads and Hotels, a Multilingual Speaking Driver that is fluent in English, Arabic, French and Berber along with Licensed, expert Historical Guides. Whether you prefer Old cities, Roman ruins and the souks or the Sahara Desert, the High Atlas Mountains and natural wonders, a tailor-made tour will be customized to your personal interests.

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