z4 – Morocco Gran Tour | 24- 31/03/24

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From 50,00 to 435,00

Sleep one night under the stars in a Berber camp, enjoy the sunset while taking a camel ride, run through the desert dunes in 4×4, visit Marrakech, Fez, Chefchaouen, the largest mosque in Africa, the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Hadou and much more …

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What is included?
» Round-trip boat tickets

» All bus transfers

» Moroccan guide throughout the trip

» Guided tour of the city of Marrakech with local guides

» Guided tour of the city and Medina of Fez with local guides

» Visit of Chefchaouen

» Visit of Ait Ben Hadou

» Visit and dreamlike panoramic stops at various points, such as the Todra Gorges or the Dades Valley ..

» Camel excursion

» Sunset and sunrise in the desert

» 4×4 desert tour (optional, not included)

» Accommodation for 6 nights (5 nights in 3 * and 4 * hotels and one night in shops in the dunes of Sahara)

» Half board (accommodation, breakfast and dinner)

» Information dossier

» Best Life Experience monitors throughout the trip

» Photos and videos of the trip made by a professional photographer


Another continent, another country, another culture:

Let us take you through the labyrinths of the Fez medina, discover argan oil and other secrets about the beauty of Arab women, taste the delicious tajin, have a glass of Moroccan tea enjoying incredible views, or an orange juice in Marrakech … Find a beautiful pashmina scarf and let the nomads put it on your head to authentically go to the desert … and much more!

This trip will become one of the greatest adventures of your life … because in addition, we will reach the desert of Morocco, where a unique experience awaits you. Do not miss it!



On our way, we will pass by Chefchaouen, the famous Blue City to the northwest of the country, in the foothills of the Rif Mountains, the small city offers one of the most beautiful medinas in Morocco. Its narrow streets painted entirely blue are very quiet compared to other medinas and it is a perfect place to cool off thanks to the pure mountain air.


It is the first of the imperial cities of Morocco, since it dates back to the eighth century. Famous for its ancient walled city, many compare it with that of Jerusalem. It is also a pioneer in the Muslim cult of this country and has one of the oldest universities in the world.


Merzouga is a small town in the southeast of Morocco, located at the foot of Erg Chebbi, the desert. With a length of 22km (north to south) and 5km wide, it has some dunes of maximum 150m high … It is wonderful to watch the night sky of the desert, or watch the sunrise while walking through the dunes.


They are a popular destination as they are on their way to the Sahara desert. Located on the east side of the High Atlas mountains of Morocco, the todra gorges are recognized worldwide for being one of the most spectacular rocky canyons.


Ouarzazate, in Morocco, is also known as ‘The door of the desert of Morocco’. It is characterized by its variety of landscapes, the hospitality of its people, the richness and diversity of its folklore and the architectural authenticity of its habitat. Surrounded by a mountain range, it is located at 1,160 meters of altitude.

Its region offers a natural landscape of great beauty for the shootings, in fact, the city has several film studios, where many feature films have been shot, some of them Oscar winners: Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, Asterix and Obelix, Babel, The Mummy…


It is a spectacular kasbah, as a clay and stone village with buildings surrounded by great walls. It is one of the most beautiful places in the country and a must-see place for those who plan to visit the desert of Morocco and the south of the North African country.

Ait Ben Haddou is one of the best preserved kasbahs in all of Morocco and represents an outstanding example of the fortresses in the area of the valleys of the Draa, Todgha, Dades and Sous. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

PS .: Did you know that it was filmed here for Yunkai or the yellow city of Game of Thrones?


The red city is one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco!! It is another of the four Moroccan imperial cities that will leave you with your mouth open.
Marrakech is listed as one of the most important cultural centers in all of Morocco. It is also a tourist capital and the first of the travel destinations in Morocco, as well as a very lively and famous city, among many other things for its markets and festivals.


The mosque is located on a fictional “island”, and Hassan II had built it and was inspired by a verse from the Quran that speaks of “The throne of God was built on the waters.” It was designed by the French architect Michel Pinseau, who designed the Moroccan pavilion at the Universal Exhibition in Seville. It took eight years to build, and it opened in 1933 coinciding with the day of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad.It can be seen from anywhere in the city!

We could continue explaining and talking about this wonder of destiny though … you have to live it in your own meats!

Let yourself fall in love with its gastronomy, tour the desert dunes in 4×4 knowing the nomadic villages and their way of life, ride a camel through the dunes and contemplate the starry desert sky or its beautiful sunrise, sing at the stake, meet new people …

We assure you of an experience you will never forget, magical memories for your whole life.


»Passport is required to travel to Morocco. Some nationalities also require a visa.

»The conditions for entering the country are constantly changing, it is the traveller’s responsibility to find out about them and to have the necessary documentation.

»It is the traveller’s responsibility to find out about visa procedures and how to obtain a visa (if required).

»The final details (timetable and programme of the trip) will be sent by email to all participants in the days prior to the trip.

»The trip booking fee (50€) is non-refundable.

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