Tour to Morocco 8 days  from Sevilla

Discover on this 8-day trip the best of Morocco from Seville


Small groups, maximum 15 people. Except New Year's Eve, Easter, July and August.

Final price per person

895 €

Price per person
(In double room)


  • Departure from Seville
  • Arrival in Marrakech
  • Transfer to the hotel
  • Room allocation
  • Dinner at the hotel; if the arrival at the hotel is very late (after 10:00 PM), a cold dinner will be left in the room.
  • Accommodation in Marrakech



  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • 09:00 AM Departure with the local guide of Marrakech. Marrakech Museum: a magnificent palace converted into a private museum and cultural center next to the Ben Youssef Madrasa. Art and culture in a space of 2,108 m² with a Moorish courtyard of 709 m². Afterward, we will also visit the Ben Youssef Madrasa, a Quranic school of Marinid origin from the mid-14th century, and the Marrakech Museum, located in the palace of a sultan's minister in the late 19th century. We will also stop to see La Qubba almoravid, a small temple built by the Almoravid dynasty in the 12th century. It stands out for its impressive decoration and for being one of the few examples of Almoravid architecture in the city. It is a historical treasure that allows visitors to immerse themselves in the cultural and architectural richness of this ancient dynasty (entrance fees to monuments not included).
  • 1:00 PM Lunch at the hotel.
  • Afterwards, we will continue the guided tour of Marrakech. We begin with an exterior visit to the Koutoubia, the twin tower sister of Seville's Giralda. We will visit the Menara Gardens, which have a large 30,000-square-meter pond built during the Almohad period, who designed an underground system of channels to harness meltwater from the Atlas Mountains for irrigation. This system is still in use after almost 9 centuries of history. We will also visit the Bahia Palace, dedicated by the vizier to one of his favorites in the late 19th century.
  • We will finish the day at Jmaa el Fna Square, which at these hours of the day becomes the greatest show in the world. From the afternoon onwards, the most unusual characters take over the space: storytellers, snake charmers, fortune tellers and witches, dentists with displays of their trophies, women tattooing with henna, fakirs, acrobats, musicians, boxers, artists, healers, etc.
  • Orange juice vendors take advantage of the abundance of this fruit in the region to do business, while others wear the typical attire of the old water sellers, although they often don't have a drop and only try to charge for a photo with tourists. It truly is an amazing place.
  • For those who want transportation, it will return to the hotel at 8:00 PM, by prior agreement of the group with the guide. Those who do not wish to return to the hotel can stay in the square and return on their own.
  • Dinner is free in Marrakech.
  • However, we recommend, as an option, the dinner at the renowned show at 8:00 PM Dinner in Marrakech. at the Dar Essalam restaurant, which is well worth it for its exquisite Moroccan food, for admiring the old palace where it is located, and for being where Alfred Hitchcock filmed the dinner scene from "The Man Who Knew Too Much" with James Stewart and Doris Day. During dinner, there are various live performances. Price €35.



  • Breakfast at the hotel and check out
  • 09:00 AM We resume our journey to reach the great south of Morocco, crossing the majestic Atlas Mountains and the Tzi n Tichka pass, the gateway to the desert at 2,260 meters above sea level, where we will make a stop to admire the spectacular views from there.
  • We will continue to Ait Ben Haddou, one of the geological wonders of this planet, which has remained for millennia as a universe of its own. We will visit a magnificent fortress that has served as a backdrop for renowned movies such as "Lawrence of Arabia," "Gladiator," and "The Jewel of the Nile." It consists of several buildings, and the ocher of the adobe seems to blend with the dry land over which a great torrent once flowed and has now become farmland.
  • After visiting this iconic place, we will continue to Ouarzazate, a former French garrison located in the southern region of the country, rich in agriculture and famous for its date palms, roses growing along its banks, and henna. It is also a favorite location for major film directors, which has economically boosted the area and led to the creation of numerous businesses related to the audiovisual industry, providing employment to many of its inhabitants.
  • Arrival at the hotel, room distribution, and dinner at the hotel.



  • Breakfast at the hotel and check out
  • 07:30 AM Departure from the hotel to continue our journey along the known route of the kasbahs. Kasbahs are defensive fortresses built in the region to protect caravan routes crossing the desert.
  • We will pass through Boulmane de Dades and Kalaa Megouna, and continue to Tinerghir, where we will detour to the Todra Gorges. There, we can admire the wonderful palm groves that help withstand the heat of these places.
  • Lunch on your own.
  • In the afternoon, we will continue our route to Merzouga, where we will leave the vehicle to switch to camels.
  • We will cross the dune field on camelback to sleep in tents (Jaimas) in the middle of the desert.
  • Dinner and accommodation in Jaimas.
  • After dinner, there will be a bonfire with Berber drum music.
  • NOTE: The journey from Merzouga to the Jaimas camp will be made on camelback and will take approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.
  • If the client is not in physical condition or does not wish to make this journey, they must pay a supplement of €25 for the one-way transfer to the camp in a 4x4. The return, in any case, will be in a 4x4 for all clients.



  • Sunrise in the Sahara. Its dunes stretch to the horizon, with some rising more than 150 meters. Experiencing the first rays of sun rising in the Sahara is impressive.
  • Today, it's mandatory to wake up early for an unforgettable sunrise appointment.
  • Return in a 4x4 to the Kasbah, bypassing the dune field by crossing the tracks previously used in the Dakar Rally.
  • Breakfast at the Kasbah
  • 09:30 AM After breakfast, we will head to Fez, the first of the Imperial Cities, dating back to the 8th century. It is also one of the first holy cities of Muslim worship in Morocco and boasts one of the oldest universities in the world.
  • On the way, we will cross the Middle and High Atlas Mountains, with various stops along the route. With luck, we may see Atlas monkeys in Azrou; they are not always present, but they are easily spotted in their natural habitat.
  • Dinner at the hotel.



  • Breakfast at the hotel and check out
  • Strolling through the labyrinthine streets of Fez transports you to past worlds where potters, blacksmiths, and craftsmen coexist with foreign visitors who are constantly surprised by observing the locals and sniffing the myriad of aromas that fill the city's atmosphere.
  • 09:00 AM We depart for a guided tour of the city of Fez with a local guide. We will begin with a panoramic view of the city, including the Merinid Tombs. Then, we will visit Fez el Jedid, including the Alawite Square, the exteriors of the Royal Palace, and Dar el Makhzen.
  • We will continue with a walking tour of Fez el Bali. We will visit the spice market of Attarin and the Jenna market. We will arrive at Nejjarin Square, where the founduk of the same name is located, and pass by the Bounania Madrasa. Continuing on, we will reach Es Seffarin Square to end the morning in the tanner's district and see the tanneries.
  • Mirrors, perfumes, chickens, pigeons, silverware, gold, babouche slippers, sandals, chadors, caftans, drums, vegetables, fruits, pottery, ceramics, metalwork, spices, portraits of the king, cereals, books, glassware, and everything imaginable—all of it is here.
  • In the afternoon, we embark on our journey to Chefchaouen, also known as the blue village of the Rif Mountains.
  • Arrival in the blue city, room allocation
  • Dinner at the hotel



  • Breakfast at the hotel and check out at 12:00 PM
  • 09:00 AM Guided tour of Chefchaouen
  • Chaouen is a town perched on the mountain, white and blue, inhabited by wise, friendly, and respectful people. It offers beautiful urban panoramas, exquisite examples of local craftsmanship, and a peace and serenity that is hard to find today. Visitors leave with a strong desire to return and spend more time, talk to its people, and find peace.
  • After the tour, free time to enjoy Chefchaouen, an easily manageable town.
  • Lunch on your own
  • 2:30 PM Departure to Tangier.
  • 5:00 PM Arrival at the Port of Tangier, farewell to fellow travelers, and transfer to a hotel in Tangier.
  • Room allocation
  • Dinner on your own
  • Accommodation in Tangier



  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Check out at 12:00 PM (you can leave your luggage at the hotel, but outside the room)
  • Free time in Tangier
  • Transfer to Tangier Airport 3 hours before the flight departure
  • Departure of the flight to Seville
  • Arrival in Seville

I hope this helps! If you have any further questions or need additional information about any aspect of the trip, please feel free to ask. Enjoy your journey!

Price includes:

  • Flights Sevilla Marrakech Tangier Sevilla
  • Hand luggage up to 10 kg and a small bag under the seat
  • Transfer from Marrakech airport to the hotel
  • Private transportation for the entire circuit
  • 2 nights in Marrakech at Ayoub Hotel 4* or similar, half-board
  • 1 night in Ouarzazate at Kenzi Azghor Hotel 4* or similar, half-board
  • Camel ride in the dunes of Merzouga
  • 1 night in Khaimas with bathroom in Merzouga (Kasbah Touareg Camp) on a half-board basis.
  • Transfer by 4x4 in the desert from the dune camp to Kasbah le Touareg
  • 1 night in Fez at Menzah Zalagh Hotel 4* or similar, half-board
  • 1 night in Chefchaouen at Casa Hassan or similar, half-board.
  • 1 night in Tangier at Fredj Hotel 4* or similar, bed and breakfast
  • Local guides in Marrakech, Fez, and Chefchaouen
  • Basic travel assistance insurance
  • Hotel taxes and airport taxes
  • Transfer to the hotel in Marrakech on the day of arrival and to Tangier Airport on the day of departure
  • Handling fees, €15

Price does NOT include:

  • Cancellation expense insurance: You have the option to purchase this insurance separately; please inquire for details.
  • Checked luggage of 20 kg: €80 per suitcase.
  • Beverages during dinners and/or lunches.
  • Entrance fees to monuments not included in the program.
  • Summer supplement in Tangier from June 15th to September 15th: €12.5 per person per night in Tangier.
  • Airfare supplements for the summer season from June 15th to September 15th and Easter week: €75 per person.
  • Single room supplement: €210.
  • Desert room: Please inquire for options.
  • Anything not specified in the price includes.

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