The Beating Veins of Morocco (Casablanca, and Marrakech)

from $689
5 Days
Private Tour
Everyday from Casablanca

Welcome to the beating veins of Morocco, Casablanca, and Marrakech.
The locals usually refer to Casablanca as casa instead. The short name seems rushed, isn’t? well, the dimension of time brings about new meaning in Casa;  this is due to it is constantly changing, shifting moving and surpassing other cities day by day. It is considered the economic capital in Morocco. Meanwhile, Marrakesh is known for being the touristic Capital. However, both cities harmonically combine tradition, history and originality, art and modernity in a habitat of peace and tolerance.

  • Accommodation: 04 nights’ accommodation with daily breakfast.
  • Transportation: a Private air-conditioned vehicle with English speaking licensed driver.
  • Sightseeing: Local tour guides as specified in the itinerary: in Marrakech, Casablanca.
  • Monuments: Admission entrance fees as listed in the itinerary.
  • Local Experiences: as specified in the itinerary.
  • Meals: as specified in the itinerary.
  • Service charges and local taxes.
  • Daily Mineral bottled water in the car.
  • International Airfare.
  • Entry visa fee.
  • Gratuities: tips to guides, drivers, bellboys, etc. 
  • Personal expenses and non-specified expense on the itinerary.
  • Excess Baggage Charges.
  • Optional activities.
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Day 1: Arrival / Casablanca

According to your flight schedule, our local driver guide will be waiting for you at Mohamed V Airport in Casablanca. He will gladly drive you to the hotel so you can check-in and have an evening to rest.

Overnight: In Casablanca.

Day 2: Casablanca city Tour

After breakfast, your local driver guide will be waiting for you so as to start your tour. Your local guide will accompany you throughout the tour to tell you everything you need to know. The tour will start at the Hassan II Mosque, an architectural masterpiece. Afterward, we will be visiting the only Jewish museum in an Arab county – it traces the long history of Judaism in Morocco and its influence. After Lunch, continue with your local guide to Souk (the marketplace) to end the tour of Casablanca in Houbos and don’t forget to enjoy Casablanca’s Art deco before heading to Marrakech. Overnight in Marrakech
The more you know: Casablanca, in Arabic Dar el-Baida, translates to the white house (not to be confused with the American one!). Its original name was Anfa as the first set by the Phoenicians.

Overnight: in Marrakech.
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch.

Day 3: Marrakech

Today you will get the chance to wake up and live Marrakech, a dream of many, so be sure to make the best of it. After your breakfast, our local guide and driver guide will be waiting for you to start this full day tour of the “Ochre City”. We will visit first in the morning the Majorelle Garden which was named after the French painter, Jacques Majorelle who dedicated a lot of effort and passion to this art piece. After Majorelle let’s continue after it to Menara and though the name in Arabic translates to “lighthouse”, it is actually a pavilion with a basin and a garden of orchards and olive groves.
We will be heading afterward to the Koutobia Mosque followed by a carriage ride or “Koutchi” up to the Jewish quarter called Mallah. After lunch, finish your tour in Jamaa El-Fna, the red fiery square beating with life and colors.
Enjoy a dinner at “Chez Ali” in a Caidal tent accompanied with a traditional performance of various folkloric dancers. (Optional).
The more you know: Marrakesh is known for being holy, Moroccans call it “the land of the seven men” who were huge religion and Sufi scholars that gave their lives for knowledge and worship

Local experiences: Tour of the city in the Koutchi (Horse Back Carriage).

Overnight: in Marrakech.
Meals: Breakfast and Lunch.

Day 4: Marrakech - Casablanca 

After breakfast, take some time to discover Marrakech at your own pace before going back to Casablanca in the afternoon
Once in Casablanca, check in your hotel and rest.

Meals: Breakfast.
Overnight in: Casablanca.

Day 5: Departure Day 

Enjoy your breakfast at the hotel before you get transferred to the airport for a homebound flight.
Activities: Transfer to Airport.
Meals: Breakfast.
Silver Accommodation:

Price Per Person
$ 689 Per Person In Triple Room
$ 853 Per Person in Double Room
$ 1487 One Person Traveling Alone
$ 156 Single Occupancy Supplement
Golden Accommodation:

$ 771 Per Person In Triple Room
$ 936 Per Person In Double Room
$ 1639 One Person Travelling Alone
$ 236 Single Occupancy Supplement
Diamond Accommodation:

$ 1170 Per Person In Triple Room
$ 1334 Per Person In Double Room
$ 2382 One Person Travelling Alone
$ 625 Single Occupancy Supplement

Price quotes are in US dollars per person per trip, and are valid until March 31, 2020. Please inquire for pricing over Christmas, New Year’s, and Easter holidays.

Children Policy
  • From 0 to 1.99 years : free of charge.
  • Between 2 and 11.99 years : pay 50% of adult rate.
  • From 12 years is considered as adult person and pay same rate of adult.

Child pricing applies to children who share rooms with their parents.
If your tour includes airfare, ferry boat or train tickets, an extra supplement will be applicable to the chil

Payment Policy

Reservations should be made as early as possible to guarantee your Morocco tour availability. Your booking will be secured upon receiving a deposit of 50% of your trip price. This deposit forms part of your final payment. Deposits can only be made by credit card, wire transfer, or Western Union, and the balance of payment to be paid one week before tour start date.

Morocco Entry Visa

You need to have a valid passport at least 6 months beyond your scheduled return date to enter Morocco and you can obtain a visa from Morocco Consulate before departure. Also, entry visa is available upon arrival in Morocco airports against USD 27 per passport for specific nationalities and need to check before.

Some nationalities don’t need a visa to visit Morocco for the purpose of tourism for up to 3 months such as United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Denmark, Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland. For more info and details on entry visa to Morocco please check with the Moroccan consulate or embassy at your country.


Tipping for a job well done is customary in Morocco, though not required. Please feel welcomed but not obliged to offer a tip to your guide.

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