16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights

Including return international flights, return airport transfers, all deluxe accommodation, overnight desert camp, daily breakfast, foodie experiences that include cooking classes, tastings and other immersive gastronomic events, and more

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  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
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  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
  • 16 day Taste of Morocco food and sightseeing tour with flights
 

Highlights

 

A feast for the senses awaits on this 16 day Taste of Morocco tour that encompasses magnificent manmade sights, encounters with legendary landscapes, and hands-on gastronomic experiences.

Casablanca is more than just the backdrop for the classic Hollywood film starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. It is your first point of call on the tour, and will whet your appetite for Moroccan cuisine with a sumptuous breakfast spread served up in a renowned café located within the city’s 18th-century ramparts. Move on to a tasting from a vineyard in Meknes, a city known as the wine capital of Morocco, and also set out on a walking tour of this Ismaili city that takes you past former imperial buildings and other notable landmarks. Admire the blue-rinsed and white-washed houses that make up Chefchaouen’s Andalusian-influenced streetscape, and see the ruins of the city’s kasbah before delighting in a tasting of locally-made goat’s cheese.

Visit Volubilis, an ancient outpost of the Roman Empire, enroute to Fes. This city has become known as the cultural heart of Morocco, and its medina is legendary for its tanneries, souks and medersas. A walking tour of the medina offers not only the chance to see its most striking sights but also to sample mouth-watering morsels and specialities – pastilla, harira and sweet bites – along the way. Swap cities for sand as you move to the edge of the Sahara Desert and hop astride a camel to be ferried to your Bedouin-style camp for an unforgettable overnight adventure. Be in awe of the spectacular sunrise the following morning ahead of sharing tea with locals in a nearby nomadic village and then having lunch in the heart of the world-famous Todra Gorge. Make a stop in Skoura to see its kasbah – a monument so iconic it features on Moroccan currency – and continue to UNESCO World Heritage Site-listed Ait Benhaddou to marvel at its earthen homes, fortifications and sweeping hilltop views.

Traverse the mountainous Tizi n’Tichka to Marrakech and join a food-tasting tour through the city’s legendary medina. Learn about the nuances of Moroccan cuisine, its history and the role it plays in modern-day life and culture. Follow your guide as you are taken to hidden-away stalls to savour fresh olives, bread baked in a neighbourhood oven, and Moroccan-style pancakes and donuts from a nearby café. That same evening, a dinner of roasted lamb, traditional stew and spiced herbal tea is sure to test your appetite. There is also a sightseeing tour of the medina, covering Bahia Palace, the Jewish Quarter and Koutoubia Mosque. Budding chefs will love getting hands-on with an afternoon cooking class and enjoying the dishes they prepare, and wines lovers can test their varietal knowledge on a visit to a vineyard for a tasting. Escape to the laidback atmosphere of Essaouira, a port city on the Atlantic coast that promises lazy waterfront strolls, people-watching in medinas, and freshly-caught seafood lunches.

 
 

Day 1: Australia – airplane-takeoff – Casablanca

Make your way to the airport and board your flight bound for Morocco!

Day 2: Casablanca (B)

Your flight touches down in Casablanca and you are met upon arrival by a tour representative who sees you transferred to the hotel for check in. Head down to the lobby in the evening to join the tour’s welcome meeting, begin to get to know your fellow travellers and then sit down to a group dinner at a nearby restaurant.

There is more to Casablanca as a city than just serving as the background for the iconic black-and-white movie. It is the largest city in Morocco and is the country’s major port. Throughout its history, Casablanca has been under the influence of Portuguese, Spanish and French rule. These colonial nuances can be seen throughout the city’s architecture, especially in the downtown area, and travellers with a keen architectural eye will also note Moorish and Art Deco styles.

Day 3: Casablanca – Meknes (B, L)

Your first full day of touring Morocco begins on the most satisfying of notes: a traditional breakfast at Café Maure-La Sqala, a renowned diner located within the city’s 18th-century ramparts. Take a bite out of one of the many flatbread varieties – baghir, msemen, harcha and sfenj – and nibble from mezze such as goat’s cheese, olives, dried fruit and khili tagine. There will also be juices, tea and coffee. Once you have taken your fill at breakfast, your group sets out to see the Mosque of Hassan II, one of Casablanca’s best-recognised landmarks. The construction of the mosque took seven years and it boasts the tallest minaret in the world. It is one of the only religious sites in Morocco to permit non-Muslim visitors so exploring this site is truly a unique experience. Your time at the mosque is followed by a tour of Casablanca’s medina.

Later on, your group hits the road to drive to Meknes, a small Ismaili city that doubles as the wine capital of Morocco! Lunch today is a regional delicacy – camel burgers. Afterwards, enjoy a walking tour around Meknes and take the monuments and sites that denote its former imperial history. See Bab Mansour Laleuj, Heri es-Souani, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and the Place El Hedim.

Day 4: Meknes – Chefchaouen (B, L)

Leave Meknes behind and depart for Chefchaouen. You arrive at around midday and feast on a traditional northern Moroccan lunch following check in at the hotel. Meet up with your guide again for a walk around the medina to see its blue-rinsed and whitewashed houses. Chefchaouen has a strong Andalusian influence as those escaping the Reconquista in Spain and Portugal settled here as refugees. The ruins of the kasbah are one of the most popular things to see, however there are great shopping opportunities in the main square and souks for those on the look-out for souvenirs. A product Chefchaouen is especially known for is its goat’s cheese – a tasting of this regional specialty is included in the day’s activities.

Day 5: Chefchaouen – Fes (B, L)

The ruins of Volubilis are your first pitstop upon leaving Chefchaouen this morning. This ancient site dates back to the 3 BC and was a strategically important outpost during the heyday of the Roman Empire. It is now an invaluable archaeological site and finds continue to be uncovered. You will see some of what has already been recovered – structures and mosaics – while here. Continue onto Fes, the cultural capital of Morocco. A stop at the Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss (located in the eponymous village) is made enroute. This town is actually a pilgrimage site and its main square is lined with shops selling incense, prayer beds and candles. Lunch is taken in Moulay Idriss with a local family and there may be opportunity to sample olive oil made from a communal olive press. Arrive in Fes in the afternoon.

Day 6: Fes (B)

Fes is widely considered to be the cultural and artistic epicentre of Morocco. The second-largest city in the country, Fes has rich medieval origins and a landscape of king-commissioned mosques, lavish palaces, religious schools, merchant stalls and, now, the world’s largest car-free urban area. A guided walking tour is the perfect way to begin your discovery of everything Fes offers. This excursion focuses on the Old Town and may have you feeling as though you’ve been transported back into the Middle Ages. One of the top sights you see is Medersa Bou Inania, a theological college founded in 1351 that has become of the city’s finest examples of Merinid architecture. Carry on to Funduq al-Najjariyyin. Keep your tastebuds at the ready as you may have the chance to savour bites of local Fes cuisine as you walk – think pastilla (meat pie), harira (spiced soup) and some sweets. You have the afternoon as free time to wander and explore Fes however you like. Some other top things to do in Fes include seeing the gates of the Royal Palace, meandering through the Jewish Quarter and visiting the Bou Jeloud Gardens. You might also duck into a local hammam, haggle for a locally-made carpet, or track down other examples of Moroccan cuisine.

Day 7: Fes – Merzouga (B, L, D)

It is an early morning wake-up call as your group begins its journey into the Middle Atlas Mountains. The first stop of the day is Bhalil, a hillside village off the major tourist track. Bhalil is unique in that most of its residents live in cave houses. Djelleba buttons are also produced here – you may see local women at work to make these handicrafts as you walk around the village. Meet with a local guide who will take you into his cave home and share a pot of refreshing mint tea. The second visit of the day is to Sefrou, a small Berber town. Have lunch in Sefrou before setting back out on the road, travelling through a landscape of mountains, remote villages and farmlands on the way to reach the sands of the Sahara Desert, at Merzouga. Your luggage is left safely behind as you climb onto the back of a camel for a ride across the dunes to your campsite for the night. Have dinner under the stars and alongside the campfire, and listen to a Gnawa music performance before retiring for the night in your Bedouin-style tent.

Day 8: Merzouga – Boumalne Dades (B, L, D)

Rise before the sun to be back astride your camel and out in the sands in time for sunrise – undoubtedly one of the most glorious you will ever experience. Your group returns to Merzouga and commit as much of the beauty of the Erg Chebbi dunes to memory as you can. Breakfast is taken in a riad in the village, and your group departs for Khamlia. The ancestors of the village locals arrived in the area as part of the slave trade, crossing the Sahara Desert in human caravans. Learn about this ancestral relationship with the desert and their nomadic legacy as you have tea and listen to more Gnawa music. It is then onto Todra Gorges. These limestone river canyons are famed for its striking cliff-sides and ravines. There is an option to undertake a one-hour hike through the Gorge. Lunch is also enjoyed at a site within the heart of the Gorge. Afterwards, your group travels through the majestic Dades Valley, seeing incredible rock formations on the drive, and towards Boumalne Dades for this evening’s overnight stay.

Day 9: Boumalne Dades – Ait Benhaddou (B, D)

Savour the freshness and flavour of just-baked local bread for breakfast this morning. You even get to watch local women bake this traditional Berber bread in specially-built clay ovens. Set out for Ait Benhaddou afterwards. This journey is broken up with a pitstop in Skoura in the Ouarzazate Province. This small town has an historic merchant past, serving as a hub for desert traders traversing the Sahara Desert. Skoura is also the home of one of Morocco’s most remarkable kasbahs, Kasbah Amridil. Perhaps you recognise this 17th-century structure from the 50 dirham note? The final destination of the day is the UNESCO World Heritage Site-listed Ait Benhaddou, an ighrem famous the world-over for its earthen buildings and the five families that still live in these ancient residences. Of course, you might have already seen Ait Benhaddou from its appearances in Game of Thrones, Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia.

Day 10: Ait Benhaddou – Marrakech (B)

Follow the Tizi n’Tichka on the journey to Marrakech today. This mountain pass cuts through the High Atlas Mountains and promises magnificent views as it winds around hairpin turns and to an altitude of more than 2000 metres above sea level. Arrive in Marrakech and have some time in your accommodate to freshen up before reconvening with your group and guide for a tasting tour of the city’s medina. Feed your appetite for Moroccan fare as you learn about the history of this cuisine and the importance it plays in local culture. Be taken deep into the market by your local guide, as you move from a fresh olive tasting, to a neighbourhood oven to sample just-baked breads, and then onto a nearby café to try msemen (a type of pancake) and sfenj (a style of donuts). Wash it all down with mint tea. The culinary indulgence isn’t over for the day yet though, as tonight your group makes for more market stalls to feast on roast lamb, tanjia (slow-cooked stew) and spiced herbal tea known as khoudenjal.

Day 11: Marrakech (B)

A guided tour of the Marrakech medina awaits after breakfast. Your medina meander starts at Koutoubia Mosque to see its minaret, and then onto Bahia Palace, the Royal Palace and the Jewish Quarter. The Bahia Palace was intended to be one of the grandest palaces ever built and is a resplendent example of a blended Islamic and Moroccan architecture style. Those looking for mementoes or keepsakes of their time in Morocco have a treasure trove of souvenir opportunities in the markets; peruse spices, handicrafts, handmade jewellery and more, snapping up anything that catches your eye. Later on, head to La Maison Arabe for a one-hour cooking class. Pick up any tips and tricks to replicate in your cooking back home, and then get to enjoy the fruit of your hard work at the end of the class. The remainder of the afternoon and evening are yours as free time.

Day 12: Marrakech – Essaouira (B, L)

Move on from Marrakech and towards Essaouira. First however, there is a morning visit to an argan oil cooperative. The women working in this coop produce this oil, which has been renowned among Berber tribes for its cosmetic and culinary purposes. Another stop on today’s itinerary is a local vineyard. Learn about the extensive varietals grown on the 52-hectare site and enjoy a tasting and lunch here. Your group arrives in Essaouira in the afternoon and has the opportunity for independent exploration after checking into the accommodation. This port city, located on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, delights with its breezy and laidback atmosphere – a stark contrast to the frequent chaos of Marrakech! Uncover the hues of the blue-and-white medina, take a walk along the oceanfront promenades or the beach, or get lost in the laneways in search of galleries, boutiques and hidden-away restaurants.

Day 13: Essaouira (B, L)

You have this morning as free time to spend leisurely strolling around Essaouira or relaxing at the accommodation. Touch base with your guide at lunchtime to be taken to the port to buy some seafood and then have it grilled up to order in the market! The afternoon is yours.

Day 14: Essaouira – Casablanca (B, D)

A driver picks up this morning for the journey back to Casablanca. The day is yours to fit in any last-minute sightseeing, shopping or feasting. Tonight’s farewell dinner with your group is your final chance to share stories and recount highlights of the tour with your travelling companions.

Day 15: Casablanca – airplane-takeoff – Australia (B)

Your final morning in Morocco is at your leisure until it is time to check out (around midday) and take a transfer to the airport to board your return flights to Australia.

Day 16: Australia

Arrive back in Australia today.

 

Inclusions

 
  • Return international flights with Emirates or Etihad plus return airport transfers 
  • Arrive early or extend your stay fee-free with Flexi Flights
  • Intimate small-group experience with no more than 15 guests
  • 12 nights’ deluxe twin share accommodation
  • 1 nights’ luxury camp accommodation in the desert of Merzouga
  • Delicious daily breakfast, plus 7 lunches, 4 dinners and immersive food experiences along the way
  • Goat cheese tasting in Chefchaouen
  • Local family lunch in Moulay Driss Zerhoun
  • Food tasting trail in Fes
  • Join a Berber family for tea
  • Dinner by the campfire in the Sahara desert
  • Evening foodie tour in Marrakech
  • Express cooking class at La Maison Arabe
  • Lunch and wine tasting at Val D’argan
  • Seafood port lunch in Essaouira
  • In-depth sightseeing as per the tour itinerary
  • Private air-conditioned coach transport throughout with English-speaking tour guides

 

Highlights: 

  • See the city of Casablanca’s impressive Mosque of Hassan II, and join a walking tour around Meknes
  • Take in the Andalusian influence of Chefchaouen and sample locally-made goat’s cheese, and visit Fes, the cultural hub of Morocco famous for its labyrinthine medina, medersas and tanneries
  • Take a camel ride from Merzouga into the Sahara for an unforgettable overnight camping experience, complete with dinner under the stars 
  • Have lunch in the heart of Todra Gorge, wander past the earthen homes while at the iconic Ait Benhaddou, and follow the mountainous road to Marrakech
  • Be shown Marrakech’s medina on a guided outing, and then get hands-on with Moroccan cuisine in an afternoon cooking class
  • Sip top vintages at a local vineyard on the way to Essaouira, and delight in a lunch of just-caught seafood grilled to order in the market
 

Fine Print

 

How to book:

  • Bookings essential
  • Voucher valid for 1 person (must purchase 2 vouchers)
  • Must book minimum 65 days prior to departure
  • Book early to secure your desired date and time

Payment Information:

  • A deposit of $499 per person is due at the time of purchase in order to secure your date.
  • All peak season surcharges, interstate surcharges (if applicable) and single supplements (if applicable) are also due at the time of purchase and will be reflected at the checkout stage.
  • Final payment is due 120 days prior to travel. If you book within 120 days of travel, you will be sent an invoice within 7 days for final payment.
  • Up to 12 Months Interest Free available: https://exclusives.webjet.com.au/up-to-12-months-interest-free/
  • Invoices will be emailed to you in advance and it is your responsibility to ensure payments are made prior to the due date
  • All payments received are strictly non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Should payment not be received by the due date, your booking will be cancelled and all prior payments will remain strictly non-refundable.
  • Your tour is subject to availability at the time of your booking. We advise you to book early to avoid disappointment.

Documentation: Documentation will be provided after final payment is complete and within 2-3 weeks of travel, including E-Ticket instructions, hotel confirmation, itinerary extension & optional tour confirmation (where applicable) and destination travel tips.

Tour Excludes:

  • Travel Insurance
  • Visas
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping
  • Optional tours
  • Anything not mentioned or ‘optional’ in the itinerary.

Single Supplement: $999  per person in addition to your twin share price.

Please purchase one twin share voucher and then purchase your single supplement. You can purchase your single supplement by clicking here.

Tour Only: To purchase this tour without the return international flights, navigate to the yellow “Tour Only” button. By selecting this option, all airport transfers (if applicable) will be forfeited. Please refer to the live calendar to view and select Tour Only start date. 

Group Size: 4-16 people 

Child Policy: Same price as an adult – Minimum age 5 years.

Accommodation: The accommodation listed below may be subject to change, but will remain of a similar or higher standard. Any changes remain beyond our control and all efforts are made to communicate these as soon as possible. We endeavour to always book non-smoking rooms however these cannot be guaranteed. Rooms offered are based on a lead in room type and any bedding configuration preferences are on a request basis only.

Casablanca: Diwan Casablanca or similar 
Meknes: Riad El Yacout or similar 
Chefchaouen: Puerta Azul or similar 
Fes: Zahrat Al Jabal or similar 
Merzouga: Azawad Luxury Desert Camp or similar 
Boumalne Dades: Kasbah Dades Chems or similar 
Ait Ben Haddou: Dar Mouna or similar 
Marrakesh: Riad & Spa Challa or similar 
Essaouira: Palais Des Remparts or similar 

Bedding: 1 x double bed or 2 x single beds

Please note, all bedding configurations are on the request basis only and cannot be guaranteed.

Maximum Room Capacity: 2 people 

Triple Share: Not available 

TransfersArrival transfer is based on one group transfer. The entire group will be transferred from the airport together.

Coach transportation: Where group sizes are not sufficient to use a full-sized coach, we reserve the right to use a smaller coach on the same level of comfort.

Itinerary: Please note, tour itinerary is subject to change without prior notice based upon weather, traffic condition and other unforeseen occurrences. 

Tipping: If you have enjoyed the knowledge, service and expertise of your tour guide and driver a tip (while not compulsory) is appropriate towards the end of your tour. While it may not be customary in Australia, tipping is entrenched into many cultures especially within the tourism industry globally. It helps reward and inspire excellent service. The following amounts provided are based on local considerations and feedback from our past travellers to assist our guests, but we leave the decision to provide a gratuity entirely at their discretion:

The following is provided to assist our guests, but we leave the decision to provide a gratuity entirely at their discretion:

  • Restaurants: Local markets and basic restaurants – leave the loose change. More up-market restaurants we suggest 5% to 10% of your bill.
  • Local guides: Throughout your trip you may at times have a local guide in addition to your leader. We suggest MAD20-30 (approx. AUD$3-$4) per person per day for local guides.
  • Drivers: You may have a range of private drivers on your trip. Some may be with you for a short journey while others may be with you for several days. We would suggest a higher tip for those more involved with the group however MAD10 (approx. AUD$2)  per person per day is generally appropriate. 
  • Tour leader: You may also consider tipping your tour leader for outstanding service throughout your trip $3-$6 per person, per day can be used. Of course, you are free to tip more or less as you see fit, depending on your perception of service quality and the length of your trip. 

Over the years we have found that many of our travellers find the need for tipping to be both tiresome and embarrassing, especially if they don’t have the correct small change. To overcome this, we have established a tipping kitty system. At your group meeting, your tour leader may discuss the idea of running a group tipping kitty, whereby everybody contributes an equal amount and then your tour leader pays the tips while keeping a running record of all monies spent (except restaurant tips). The record can be checked at any time and any money remaining at the end of the tour returned to group members. Please don’t tip with coins, very small denomination notes, or dirty and ripped notes. This is regarded culturally as an insult. Remember, a tip is not compulsory and should only be given when you receive excellent service.

Health: Different levels of travel involve varying degrees of activity and we recommend a good level of fitness and health in order to fully experience the package and optional tours purchased, including site-seeing by foot, climbing of stairs or extended day touring. It remains each passenger’s responsibility to inform Webjet Exclusives of any health or mobility issues that may impact the running of the tour, both for the safety of the passenger concerned and for other travellers in the group.

Travel Insurance: We strongly recommend that all customers purchase Travel Insurance as soon as they make a purchase on our website. Help cover yourself for the unexpected with Webjet Travel Insurance, we highly recommend it. Click here for a quote.

Visas: Visas are not included. It is the traveller’s responsibility to ensure they meet the visa requirements for the country they are visiting. Webjet Exclusives is unable to provide visa advice.

For Visa assistance, please visit Webjet’s Travel Visa Service page

 

Travel Dates

 

2020:

28 May 
4 June 
30 July 
6 August 
20 August 
10 September 
24 September 
8 October 
15 October 

Surcharges may apply to some dates, please see the availability calendar for more details

Availability on Departure Dates listed in Fine Print is subject to change. Live availability is shown on the availability calendar after clicking on the BOOK NOW button

Tour Only option – Navigate to the yellow “Tour Only” button and select “Book Now” to view live availability. Note, Tour Only option commences on Day 2 of the flight-inclusive itinerary.

Bookings not accepted when within 65 days of departure

 

Flight Information

 

Airline Information:

  • Return economy airfares departing Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth with Emirates or Etihad Airlines and their codeshare partners
  • Flights include one piece of carry-on and one checked-in baggage per person
  • Once your booking is confirmed, no further changes can be made, and your booking will remain non-refundable, non-changeable and non-transferable.

 Flight Conditions:

  • Note that the total length of the package includes time spent in flight as specified in the itinerary
  • Some flights may depart a day before/after, involve up to 3 transits, stopover or a substitute airline
  • Full names (First, Middle & Surname) as per passport must be provided at the time of booking. Names cannot be changed once booked.
  • One-way flights cannot be accommodated. All flights within the package must be utilised, any flight intentionally forfeited will result in later flights being cancelled.
  • All flights have been booked to meet minimum connection times as per airline policy and fare rules
  • Flight itineraries will be provided with final documentation
  • Airline schedule changes can occur and are beyond our control. If you have received your documents an updated itinerary will be provided.

Flight Options:

Date/Itinerary Variations:

  • Flights will be ticketed as per the dates and itinerary of the tour unless otherwise advised at the time of completing the booking form.
  • If we can accommodate your request at no additional cost flight tickets will be issued as per the request on the booking form and acknowledgement will be sent via email.
  • If your flight variation incurs additional airfare and taxes a request for payment will be sent via email. If payment is not received by the date and time advised Webjet Exclusives will proceed to book flights as per the dates of the tour.
  • Any additional accommodation outside the tour itinerary will need to be arranged at your own expense. Any alteration to the original flight itinerary offered will forfeit the included airport transfer (if applicable) and you will need to make your own way to and from the airport.

Cabin/Class Upgrades (where applicable):

  • Please select your preferred cabin class from the drop-down box on the booking form at the time of making your purchase
  • The quote will be sent via email only. Failure to pay by the stipulated date and time will result in the quote expiring, by which Webjet Exclusives will proceed to book the economy airfare included in your package.
  • A flat fee of $350.00 per person for this service, plus any additional airfare and taxes will be quoted if choosing to upgrade your flights to another cabin class.
  • Any additional accommodation outside the tour itinerary will need to be arranged at your own expense. Any alteration to the original flight itinerary offered will forfeit the included airport transfer (if applicable) and you will need to make your own way to and from the airport

Tour Only:

  • Tour only options may be available on selected deals, please refer to the fine print tab of the deal for specifics.
  • Any additional accommodation outside the tour itinerary will need to be arranged at your own expense. Any alteration to the original flight itinerary offered will forfeit the included airport transfer (if applicable) and you will need to make your own way to and from the airport.
  • All tour only bookings remain strictly non-refundable, non-changeable and non-transferable from the time of purchase. Webjet Exclusives will not be able to assist with flight change requests/schedule changes for airfares not booked by Webjet Exclusives.

 

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Package Inclusions
  • Return international flights with Emirates or Etihad plus return airport transfers 
  • Arrive early or extend your stay fee-free with Flexi Flights
  • Intimate small-group experience with no more than 15 guests
  • 12 nights’ deluxe twin share accommodation
  • 1 nights’ luxury camp accommodation in the desert of Merzouga
  • Delicious daily breakfast, plus 7 lunches, 4 dinners and immersive food experiences along the way
  • A goats’ cheese tasting in Chefchaouen, lunch with a local family in Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, explore the food tasting trail in Fes, join a Berber family for tea, food tour of Marrakech, cooking class at La Maison Arabe, wine tasting with lunch, and more
  • In-depth sightseeing as per the tour itinerary
  • Private air-conditioned coach transport throughout with English-speaking tour guides

 

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