9 Day Kasbah & Oases Morocco Private Tour

3 Marrakech, 1 Dades, 1 Merzouga, 1 Zagoura, 1 Ouarzazate
Round trip airfare from JFK, all transfers by private car & guide, The key word in "private guided tours" is the word "privacy". You will have the privacy required for you and all your beloved people to spend a nice vacation
Price Includes
  • Roundtrip airfare JFK/RAK/JFK (with our air & land option)
  • Airline Fuel Surcharge & airport taxes
  • 7 nights accommodations at first class Riads and/or hotels in the following order
  • 4 Stars Hotels:
  • 2 nights at the [Riad Slitine], Marrakech
  • 1 night at the [Xaluca Dades], Dades
  • 1 night at the [Riad Madu], Merzouga
  • 1 night at the [Riad Lamane], Zagoura
  • 1 night at the [Dar Chamaa], Ouarzazate
  • 1 night at the [Riad Slitine], Marrakech
  • All transfers by private air-conditioned minivan
  • 14 meals: 7 Breakfasts & 7 Dinners
  • Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned minivan/bus
  • Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout
  • All Entrance Fees to Monuments per itinerary
Special Features
  • Guaranteed Departure
  • Royal Palace
  • Mohammed V Mausoleum
  • Oudaya Kasabah
  • Bab El Mansour Gate
  • The Hassan Tower
  • Harri Souani Stables
  • Roman ruins in Volubilis
  • Jemaa El Karaouyine
  • Medersa Bouanania
  • Ifrane and Benni Mellal
  • Jema El Fna Square
  • Bahia Palace and the Saadia Tombs
Day By Day Itinerary
DAY 1: Friday - Departure from USA

  • It is the time to forget about your ordinary everyday life and go on a journey to the other part of the world. 
  • Board your international flight from the USA to reach Morocco in the next day.
DAY 2: Saturday - Arrive to Marrakech (-+0h20min)

  • Meet and greet at Marrakech airport, then check in to your hotel.
  • The rest of the day is at leisure. Dinner and overnight in Marrakech
  • Meal: Dinner
DAY 3: Sunday - Marrakech, City Tour

  • Unearth the secrets of Marrakech, beginning in the medina, the old walled section of town and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This thousand-year-old city was long a political, economic and cultural center. Marvel at its architectural jewels, including the soaring Koutoubia minaret. Continue to the Bahia Palace, an exemplary specimen of privileged life in the 19th century.
  • Your next stop is at the Tiskiwin Museum (Maison Tiskiwin), which houses an impressive collection of North African arts and crafts. The museum, which was founded by a Dutch anthropologist, is organized into geographically themed exhibits, with each room focusing on artifacts from different towns and regions along the ancient trade route from Marrakech to Timbuktu. The works on display include exquisite hand-woven carpets and textiles, traditional Berber clothing and jewelry, intricate basketwork and tribal handicrafts. Later you visit Djemaa el-Fna, Marrakech main square, which is filled with orange juice stalls and vendors, along with fire-eaters, mime artists, snake-charmers and street musicians performing at every turn.
  • You may also take the opportunity to explore the city fabled, labyrinthine souks, their bustling alleyways brimming with all manner of wares. Following your visit, return to your hotel.
  •  The remainder of the day is at leisure, a perfect opportunity to freshen up and get ready for a dinner in a local restaurant. Return to your hotel and overnight
  •  Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
DAY 4: Monday - Marrakech, Skoura, Dade (-+5h35min)

  • As you leave Marrakech, the distant haze begins to resolve itself into a jagged mountain range - the High Atlas Mountains, jutting abruptly from the plain. Our route follows the same one caravans used centuries ago, to bring into Marrakech gold and precious wood from the other side of the ocean of sand, the Sahara. Beautiful scenery and small villages built in tiers succeed among oak trees, walnut groves and snow patches before arriving at the Tizi n Tichka pass, at 2260 meters high. Once over the pass a totally different picture is unveiled: the lunar landscape of the Anti-Atlas.
  • Later, skirt past Ouarzazate and stop for a lunch (own expense). Past Ouarzazate, our trip tour reaches yet another lush area, nested between the deserted crest and the desolate plateaus: Skoura palm grove.
  • Then, our trip reaches Kelaa des Mgouna, famous for the nearby Valley of Roses and Rose Festival, where at the end of a 3 days celebration usually held in May, a local girl is crowned Rose Queen. The most looked after product is eau-de-rose and two factories in the area distil and export the product.
  • The process uses approximately three thousand kilograms of rose petals to extract a liter of rose oil. Further on, Boulmane Dades follows, the starting point to explore the spectacular Dades Gorge, a lush carpet set against the massive rocks and quite popular among those interested to trek. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
DAY 5: Tuesday - Dades - Tinghir - Merzouga (-+3h45min)

  • Back on the road, our first stop is Tinerhir (Tinghir), with its extensive palm grove, the ksours built into the rocky hills above it and its mysterious decaying Jewish quarter. Tinghir has been for generations a stop for nomadic Berber tribes travelling from the mountains north of it towards the desert during the winter months.A rather inconspicuous hidden gem is the 19th century adobe mosque nested within the old crumbling ksour, a heaven for photography enthusiasts.
  • Todra Gorges, lie only 15 km from Tinghir, presenting an arresting spectacle with its crystal-clear river emerging from it, its huge walls changing color to magical effect as the day unfolds. Its 300 meters ( 1000 feet ) high walls are home to more than 150 bolted routes and at any time of day you can catch a glimpse of someone rock climbing his way up the gigantic walls. Before reaching Merzouga where the tarmac ends, we pass Erfoud and Rissani.
  • In Erfoud we may stop for a visit at Musee des Oasis if time allows. Rissani used to serve as last stop on the great caravan routes south and gold and slave auctions were taking place here as late as 1800&rsquos. Before it, the caravan trade and the most important city in Morocco was Sijilmassa, the ruins of which lie opposite Rissani. From its gates, Ibn Battuta and Leo Africanus left Morocco to embark on their illustrious journeys across the Sahara into African countries. Soon after we reach Merzouga and in the distance you glimpse the first leviathans of sand forming the Sahara: the dunes of Erg Chebbi. Serf the sandy sea on a powerful 4 WD Land Rover to the desert camp. Dinner and overnight under Berber tent
  • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
DAY 6: Wednesday - Merzouga - Alnif - Tazarine - Zagoura (-+4h05min)

  • Enjoy a sunrise camel ride along the golden sand dunes in Merzouga. Return to your Riad for breakfast before transferring to Zagora via the Amazigh villages of Alnif and Tazarine.
  • The road to Tazzarine sees almost no traffic, providing a scenic link between Tafilalet and Draa Valley. Aside from the landscape, fossils and prehistoric rock carvings are this region&rsquos main attraction. The scenery grows wilder as you approach Tazzarine, set in a grassy oasis surrounded by bare mountains.
  • Continue to Zagora. Famous for its largest palm valley in Morocco. Dinner and overnight in your hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
DAY 7: Thursday - Zagora, Agdez, Ouarzazate (-+2h35min)

  • After breakfast, enjoy the tour of Zagora including some of the oldest villages in Morocco. Stop by Tamegroute to visit the village famous library, which houses ancient Koranic scripts dating back to the 12th century.
  • Visit the pottery section of Tamgroute then transfer to Ouarzazate along the Draa valley. Optional lunch-stop at Agdez then continue the trip to Ouarzazate for dinner and overnight
  • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
DAY 8: Friday - Ouarzazate, Ait Benhaddou, Marrakech (-+3h50min)

  • Begin the day by exploring Ouarzazate, a city originally built as a French garrison in the 1920s. Today, the city is a regional trade center, known for its pottery and carpets. See the Taourirt Kasbah, which now consists of simple clay houses and crenellated towers that are beautifully decorated with geometric motifs. On the way, optional visit to the Film studios.
  • Continue to elaborate Ait Benhaddou, dubbed a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home of the regions most exotic Kasbahs, where structures all but defy the laws of gravity as they perch upon the steep slope. Some of these buildings have been featured in films, including Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiator.
  • You journey over the High Atlas Mountains, observing everyday life in remote rural towns, to the fascinating city of Marrakech.
  • Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
  • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
DAY 9: Saturday - Marrakech airport (-+0h20min)

  • After breakfast at the hotel, it is the time to farewell Morocco after the most wonderful and amazing holiday in the land of history and magic.
  • Transfer to Marrakech airport for your departure flight.
  • Meal: Breakfast

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Notes :
  • This tour required minimum of 2 passengers per booking to operates. 
  • Other dates available up on request.
  • This Tour can be Customized 100% 
  • Air & Land rate enclosed is based on the rate of the airfare at the time of publishing those prices, exact rate for your choice of travel date and gate of departure, will be provided at the time of booking. 
  • Right Travel reserves the right to provide a similar hotels in case any of the selected hotels is not available
Not Included
Personal Items and gratuities

All prices are per person, based on double occupancy, and subject to availability at the time of booking. The from price reflects the lowest available price at time of publication, which is valid for a specific start date or dates and also based on availability at the time of booking.

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