Fez Guided City Tour

The journey starts with picking you up at your hotel or riad in Fez, head out on a guided tour of the medina, one of the world’s largest walled-in cities. Explore the narrow streets lined with shops selling fresh fruits, spices, intricately woven Berber carpets and numerous other art and craft items from Morocco. Visit the Quaraouiyine Mosque that is founded in 859 by Fatima el Fihri and the Andalusian Mosque dating back to 860 (note that non-Muslims are not permitted to enter). Explore other sites including the Nejjarine Fountain, the Bouaanania Medersa, dating from the 13th century and the Batha Palace, which is now a museum of arts and traditions.

  • Departure from fes: 9h00am
  • Back to fes: 6pm
  • Day trip from fez to the middel atlas and the forest monkeys

    The tour starts with a pickup from your hotel in Fez. Enjoy a comfortable, air-conditioned ride to Immouzar. Have the chance to learn about the town’s famous September Apple Festival and see the cave homes of the local Berber community.
    While driving towards Ifrane, stop to enjoy the hills of Ain Vital and capture the perfect Instagram photos. Once in Ifrane, a charming village founded in 1930 by French immigrants, See the marvel at the massive stone lion in town.
    Stroll along alleys lined with French-inspired architecture before heading to Ifrane National Park. Drive through the cedar forest to see the endangered Barbary Macaque apes. After leaving the park, stop for lunch (not included).
    Drive to Azrou, a Berber village at 4,100 feet in the center of the Middle Atlas region. See the traditional houses of the Berber community and pass by Berber men with their flocks, grinding flour, and practicing their trades, especially carpentry.
    End your tour with a visit to a Berber family living in a traditional cave house to enjoy a cup of Moroccan tea. Learn about the Berber culture and traditions while sipping a steaming tea before returning to your Fez hotel.

  • Departure from fes: 7h30am
  • Back to fes: 7pm
  • Day trip from Fez to Meknes volubilis, and Moulay idriss Zerhoune

    Start full day-trip from Fez to Meknes and Volubilis at 07:30 AM with a Professional guide/driver from our team, who will pick you up from your accommodation in Fes. You will start your journey by heading to the Roman ruins of Volubilis, where you will explore the remains of the -2000-year-old complex, and you’ll visit the best sites including a Basilica, Capitoline Temple, and Arch of Caracalla. Continue to Moulay Idriss Zerhoun to discover one of Morocco’s holiest cities, we will have a tour of the narrow streets of the town. Later on, we will move to the Imperial city of Meknes, where we will have lunch in a local restaurant near the square of El Hedim. This city hides sublimely beautiful treasures of an architectural nature. Have lunch and take a stroll in its El Hedim square and the Medina of Meknes. Sightseeing all the interesting places in the city including Mausoleum Moulay Ismail, Sahrij Souani, and Bab El Mansour which is the biggest gate in Morocco. Finally, you will be transferred back to your accommodation in Fez in the evening.

  • Departure from fes: 7h30am
  • Back to fes: 7pm
  • Day Tour to the Blue Town of Chefchaouen From Fez

    Find out the blue washed town of Chefchaouen on this day trip from Fez. Have time to explore sights like Kasbah Museum and Grand Mosque. Travel in comfortable air-conditioned van and have the option to choose a group or private tour. What should be noted is the drive from Fes to Chefchaouen takes up to 4 hours each way.
    Start the tour with a hotel pickup in Fez. After boarding your private vehicle, make your way to Chefchaouen that is located in the Rif Mountains near Tangier.
    Once in Chefchaouen, enjoy the incredible blue walls that make this town famous. Enjoy about 4 hours to explore the picturesque small city streets of the medina.
    If you go for the private tour, you have the luxury of deciding how much time you’d spend as there are many activities to choose from. You can discover the local shops and cafes and see the main square known as Plaza Uta el-Hammam.
    To explore the local culture you may wish to head to the Kasbah Museum, the Grand Mosque, or the Ethnographic Museum which contains musical instruments, antique weapons, and photographs of the old town. You can stop at the Ras Elma River that runs through the old city.
    As for lunch, you are free to have your meal either at the square or on the roof terrace which offers panoramic views over Chefchaouen ( not included at your own expense). Head back to Fez in the late afternoon.

  • Departure from fes: 7h00am
  • Back to fes: 7pm
  • Agadir day trip to Tafraoute and Tiznit

    At 7:30 am the departure to the heart of the Anti-Atlas, Tafraout. A small town that takes its beauty from the pink granite mountains surrounding it. Start by crossing the plain of Souss, discover the old kasbahs, the beautiful oases, the goats at the top of the Argan tree, the fields of almond trees which bloom from January, visit the famous valley of Amalen with its natural engraving, its traditional houses and its blue spring and its 33 villages.

    Enjoy the pure air once we are in Tafraout an altitude of 1000 m. have lunch, then, visit the weekly souk, held every Wednesday. Discover the villagers’ activities in a vast market of slippers and silver jewelry. Then, head to Aguerd Oudad village to discover its rocks called Napoleon’s hat. Find out the well-designed houses which are built in an architectural style of this Berber region. Visit the rocks painted by the famous Belgian artist Mr. Jean Yerame in 1984.
    You will get fascinated with the rocks that look like animals and human heads. Going back through Tiznit path.

    On the way to Tiznit, we pass by several Berber Villages. Once we are in Tiznit, we can go for a walk in the old Medina exploring the ramparts surrounding the medina and its souks which are famous with their Berber silver jewelry. Enjoy a cup of tea before heading to Agadir.


  • Departure from Agadir: 7h30am
  • Back to Agadir: 7pm
  • Ourika valley Day Tour from Marrakech

    Excursion Marrakech to Ourika valley start by the first stop at the village of Tnine Ourika (traditional market on Monday), you jump into the Ourika valley and there, it all begins. First, the breakfast in a Berber house that you can visit to experience the lifestyle of the inhabitants of the Atlas. Then a camel ride takes you to explore the surrounding area. You drive along the river until Setti Fatma.

    There you borrow small wooden bridges suspended to locate the point of view overlooking the Atlas Mountains and the valley. Then, for the brave, after a superb short hike, you reach the amazing waterfalls, where it’s good swimming place in the summer. Finally, everyone gathers around a delicious tagine, couscous, … for lunch by the river, the foot in the water, like in a beautiful dream …

  • Departure from Marrakech : 9am
  • Back to Marrakech : 5pm
  • Marrakech sightseeing tours

    Marrakech Sightseeing Tours:

    Marrakech is known as the “red city or Al Hamra,” a city in southwestern Morocco within the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Marrakech is the second largest city and administrative center in Morocco. The heart of the Marrakech, Djemma El Fna Square,Marrakech with its souks, gardens, palaces, snake charmers, outdoor food stalls and fabulous shopping for Moroccan goods is an popular starting for many day trips and desert tours. for this Marrakech sightseeing tours:

    The Majorelle Gardens:

    The Majorelle Garden is filled with colorful walkways, ponds, cactus and plants as well as a beautiful shop with hand-made goods. The Majorelle Gardens are a lush, garden estate designed by Jacque Majorelle and maintained by Yves Saint Laurent. The Majorelle Garden, previously the Jardin Bou Saf, bears its name from its original creator, Jacques Majorelle. In 1947 he opened his gardens to the public and during this time also painted a magnificent ceiling space at La Mamounia, a five-star hotel in Marrakech. He built the garden during those years using special color of blue which he used extensively in the garden that is named after him, Majorelle Blue.

    The Koutoubia Mosque and Gardens:

    The largest mosque in Marrakech, Morocco. The minaret was completed under the reign of the Almohad Caliph Yaqub al- Mansur (1184-1199) and was used as the model for the Giarlda of Seville and for the Hassan Tower of Rabat. The name is derived from the Arabic al-Koutoubiyyin for librarian, since it used to be surrounded by sellers of manuscripts. It is considered the ultimate structure of its kind.

    The tower is 69 m (221 ft) in height and has a lateral length of 12.8 m (41 ft). Six rooms (one above the other) constitute the interior; leading around them is a ramp by way of which the muezzin could ride up to the balcony. It is built in a traditional Almohad style and the tower is adorned with four copper globes.

    El Bahia Palace:

    The El Bahia Palace in Marrakech is a beautiful building and an excellent example of Eastern Architecture from the 19th century that represents trends and standards of the wealthy who lived at that time. It was built for Ahmed Ibn Moussa (or Ba Ahmed) between 1894 and 1900 in the Alawi style that was popular at the time. Craftsmen were brought from Fes to work on this monumental task which took approximately fifteen years to complete.

    It is said that the palace was built as a home for Ba Ahmed’s official concubines, and it has also been said that the importance or favor of each concubine increased along with the size of their bedroom. The name ‘Bahia’ means ‘palace of the beautiful.” There are 160 different rooms in the palace which are sprawled out in an open, rambling fashion. Decorations take the form of subtle stucco panels, zellij decorations, tiled floors, smooth arches, carved-cedar ceilings, shiny marble (tadlak) finishes and zouak painted ceilings. The palace is surrounded by an eight-hectare garden.

    The Coranic School:

    The Ben Youssef Medersa established by the Sultan ” Abou el Hassan (1331–49), but rebuilt in the 1560s, under the Saadians. The school is where students learned the Koran by rote, and is the most beautifully decorated building in Marrakesh, with lashings of classic Moroccan decor – zellij tiling, stucco plasterwork, carved cedarwood – all worked to the very highest standards. The central courtyard, its carved cedarwood lintels weathered almost flat on the most exposed side, is unusually large.

    Along two sides run wide, sturdy, columned arcades, which were probably used to supplement the space for teaching in the neighbouring mosque. Above them are some of the windows of the dormitory quarters, which are reached by stairs from the entry vestibule, and from which you can get an interesting perspective – and attempt to fathom how over eight hundred students were once housed in the building. One room is furnished as it would have been when in use.

    The Saadian Tombs:

    The Saadian tombs in Marrakech date back from the time of the sultan Ahmad al-Mansur (1578-1603). The tombs were only recently discovered (in 1917) and were restored by the Beaux-arts service. The tombs have, because of the beauty of their decoration, been a major attraction for visitors of Marrakech. The mausoleum comprises the corpses of about sixty members of the Saadi Dynasty that originated in the valley of the Draa River.

    The Jewish Mellah:

    Founded in 1558 by Moulay Abdallah, the Mellah district was designated as the Jewish quarter in Marrakech. At the time of the Spanish religious wars, Jewish refugees were escaping the country, and were offered this little piece of security by the Sultan.

    The Old Spice Market :

    The Rahba Kedima is a colorful market filled with a wide array of spices from Cumin, Cinnamon, Saffron, Dried Pepper and more.

    Sidi Said Museum:

    A private museum in Marrakech that is dedicated to popular arts & crafts, styled as a beautiful Spanish-Moroccan house, next door to Dar Si Said palace, a smaller version of the Bahia.

    Marrakech Day Tour to Ouzoud Waterfalls

    You start the tour by crossing the village of Sidi Rhal, then you get to the city of Demnate. 10 km southeast of the city, at the foot of the central High Atlas nests Imi N’ifri natural bridge. Walking under the bridge along the river it spans remains unforgettable. You take the road to the waterfalls of Ouzoud.

    A short hike allows you to discover the waterfalls in all their states in panoramic views overlooking Berber villages. Time missed the lunch with the macaques, locals, who do not fail to remember your kind remembrance …

  • Departure from Marrakech : 8am
  • Back to Marrakech : 6pm
  • Essaouira Day Trip from Marrakech

    You see goats climbs in argan trees … you’re near to Essaouira where you find cooperatives of argan oil. a panoramic view reveals you Essaouira in all its magnificence. Visit the walls of this former Portuguese fortress, then, sculpture workshops of the medina, necessary.

    THE arrival of the boats, you attend the auction on the port … Always more : walk on the beach, swim, jet-ski, camel riding, horse riding, quad biking … tasting regional dishes in restaurants of fish caught the same day.

  • Departure from Marrakech : 8am
  • Back to Marrakech : 18pm
  • Day tour Ait ben Haddou & Ouarzazate

    Day trip from Marrakech to Ait ben Haddou & Ouarzazate, this day tour start by  driving  from Marrakech through the atlas mountains and Berber villages to reach Ait ben Haddou & Ouarzazate these magical places which make the Gate to Morocco desert tours.

    It’s an amazing day excursion from Marrakech to explore such legendary Kasbahs and cinema studios of Morocco, with more activities possible on this day tour from Marrakech such camel trekking, free time for visit…

  • Departure day tour from Marrakech : 7am
  • Back to Marrakech : 6pm