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Morocco Desert Tours Honeymoon Package 15 Days

A Honeymoon is your first trip with your partner that marks the beginning of your life as husband and wife.

It is the time when newlywed couples get to know each other in a better manner.

One of the important factors that need to be considered while planning your honeymoon trip is the choice of place.

For a couple seeking a good deal of variety in terms of locations, fun and entertainment, all at a great value then honeymoon in Morocco serves as a great option.

Morocco Quality Tours provide you with an unforgettable honeymoon journey last 15 days.


Day 1: Casablanca

Upon arrival to Med V airport, your driver will meet you with a designed car to drive you to your hotel/riad.

On your way to the hotel/riad, your driver will provide you with a brief review of your tour.

Depending on time, you could choose to have an optional tour of the Hassan II mosque, one of the largest Mosques in the world and its hand crafted beauty is breathtaking.

Finally, you will have dinner and sleep at your place of accomodation.

Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Chefchaouen

After breakfast, we will leave towards Chefchaouen, nestled beneath the striking peaks of the Rif Mountains.

It is one of the popular places in Morocco that is preferred by newlywed couples for sightseeing.

On route, we will stop to have lunch in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, and to explore this beautiful coastal city.

After lunch, we will continue on to Chefchaouen that is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty along with a peaceful and pleasant ambiance that makes your stay special and considered as one of Morocco’s beautiful cities for an overnight and dinner.


Day 3 Chafchaouen

After a delicious breakfast in your Riad or Hotel, you will have a tour around the Whitewashed homes with red tile roofs line narrow, winding laneways, their walls painted in brilliant shades of blue.

Passing by the waterfall and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Rif Mountains.

you will have Dinner in the hotel.


Day 4: Chefchaouen – Meknes – Volubilis – Fez

After breakfast, we will drive past centuries-old olive groves and vineyards.

Journey back thousands of years and explore the remarkable ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis sprawled over a wildflower-dotted hillside, where a stunning triumphal arc presides over the great remains of palaces, roman baths and beautiful mosaics.

Then, set off to the sacred and scenic village Moulay Idriss.

It comprises beautiful white houses’ arranged around the mausoleum and it has a wonderful charm.

Continuing our journey to the medieval city Meknes known by ‘Ismaili City’ referring to its founder the Sultan Moulay Ismail in the 17th century, you will explore Moulay Ismail stables, Bab El Mansour, Royal Palace, Agdal Reservoir, Old Medina, Bab El-Khemis and Moulay Ismail Mausoleum.

After that, we will head to Fez for an overnight.


Day 5: Fez sightseeing

After breakfast, you will start your guided tour of Fez old medina, one of the oldest old medina in Morocco.

You will explore its narrow alleys lined with dried & fresh fruits, pyramids of spices, succulent olives and art objects of Morocco.

You will visit the world’s oldest learning centre the Karaouine University and mosque, the Mederassas (Bou Inania & Attarine), Potteres, Nejjarine Fountain, Moulay Idriss mausoleum, the Tanneries and the King’s Palace.

Following lunch, you will continue your tour.

Return to your hotel/riad in the evening then go for a romantic dinner at a traditional restaurant.


Day 6: Wedding Party

After breakfast, we will start our amazing journey by attending the customary Hammam party, where you (the bride) undertake an act of purification.

Whilst undergoing your cleansing process, the female companions will sing traditional songs to honor your purity, as well as your forthcoming journey and new status.

The Hammam is followed by the customary attendance of Hennaya, a professional Moroccan Henna artist, draws symbolic motifs on your hands and feet as a lucky charm for your new life.

Then, the wedding party begins with songs and dance, we will gather in a large room.

The groom will be in a suit and the bride get dressed in a white caftan with matching jewellery, heads to a large chair that called “The Amariya”.

Four men will carry the chair around the room so every guest gets to see and wish you happiness and good luck.

Once the Amariya is set down, you will move to two comfortable chairs placed together, where the guests get to have their pictures taken with you.

There will be a Neggafa “Female attendant or wedding master planner” who surround you and assist you throughout the ceremony with the practicalities of managing your dress changes, to overseeing the formal aspects of the ceremony.

Everyone will be happy enjoying tea, cookies, food and traditional Moroccan music.


Day 7: Fez – Erfoud

After breakfast, we will drive towards Erfoud. On route, we will pass by a scenic forest of cedars and across the Middle Atlas Mountain range to the mineral mining city of Midelt, where we will have lunch.

Then, we will continue our journey to Ziz valley that is known for its palm trees and the length of the oasis.

All along the road there are innumerable small villages of individual houses.

Reaching Erfoud, which is famous for its date festival and its rich black fossil marble.

The French built it as an administration town, where you will have dinner and overnight.


Day 8: Erfoud – Rissani – Merzouga – Erg chebbi dunes

We will start our Sahara journey from Erfoud with a visit to a nomad village, and lunch at the hotel by the dunes of Erg Chebbi.

You will have time relaxing before the next part of your adventure. Then, we will camel trek over the sands enjoying the sunset with its wonderful red hue.

As night falls, we will gather round the fire to listen to the intoxicating beat of Berber drum music and song and enjoy a Moroccan home-cooked feast before sleeping under the stars in your private luxury tent.


Day 9: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Valley

AWaking up early to start your day with a picturesque sunrise before enjoying your breakfast.

We head back to Merzouga to re-join your vehicle and continue your trip towards Todra gorges travelling along the rugged road of a thaousand Kasbahs.

This area has long been a popular location for Hollywood films such as the last temptation of Christ and Gladiator.

We arrve to the stunning gorges of todra where springs of water runs between the rocks and enjoy the views of natural beauty.

Take a short exploratory walk into the todra gorges with its high walls of pink and grey rock which surround you.

We continue through the dades valley where you will have dinner and overnight.


Day 10: Dades valley – Rose valley – Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou

After breakfast, we will start with an easy stroll through Dades Valley and Rose Valley, known for its annual festival during the roses harvest in May.

Then, stop at “Kelaa M’gouna” as called the Rose City, for a short walk. Continue to Skoura to visit the “Kasbah Ameridil”.

Our journey continues to Ouarzazate “Hollywood of Africa”, where some famous movies filmed as “Lawrence of Arabia”, “The Mummy”; its stunning landscapes have lured several movies producers for ages. Dinner and overnight in a hotel.


Day 11: Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou – Marrakesh

After breakfast, we will pass by a UNESCO World Heritage Site, “Ait Benhaddou Kasbah”.

Afterwards, start crossing the high Atlas Mountains with amazing panoramic views and attractive Berber villages to get to Marrakesh.

Dinner and overnight in a riad/hotel.


Day 12: Marrakesh sightseeing

After breakfast, you will have a guided tour of Marrakesh, the Pearl of the South.

You will expolre Bahia and Badii Palaces, the lavishly decorated Saadian Tombs, and many other hidden treasures.

Following lunch, you will continue with the tour on to the stunning Koutoubia Mosque, reaching nearly 230 feet in height; and the famous Jamaa el-Fna square, famous for its amazing outdoor entertainment, and to the lively Medina with its colorful souks (markets).

Return to your hotel/riad in the evening.


Day 13: Essaouira

After breakfast at your riad/hotel, we set off to the coastal fishing port of Essaouira, which is fortunate to have an excellent climate, with cooling sea breezes in the summer and warming lowland air in winter.

This lovely climate, together with its beautiful Portuguese architecture, has always lured artists, hippies and poets since the Sixties.

This stunning small town known for its local handicrafts, especially thuja wood furniture, carving and small artifacts. Essaouira is famous as well for its annual festival of “Gnawa Music”.

On our way to Essaouira, we will stop to see Goats in Argan Trees before visiting the local women’s agran oil cooperative.

It is interesting to see the entire process to create this oil, done by hand into one of the most versatile oils imaginable, delicious in salads and an anti- aging and moisturizing treatment for the skin.

We will continue to the coastal city to explore the medina, Souk and harbor.

Then, we will enjoy a fish food prepared on the spot. After that, you can relax on the beach because it is an ideal spot for relaxing and sunbathing.

Have a romantic dinner and overnight at a riad/hotel.


Day 14: Essaouira – Safi – El Jadida – Casablanca

After breakfast, we will head off to Casablanca via the picturesque coastal road.  Then we will stop in Oualidia for a fish lunch in a local restaurant with ea view.

Continue to El Jadida, exploring the town and the famous citadel, built under the Portuguese occupation in the 16th century.

Arrival to Casablanca in the evening. You will have dinner and overnight in a riad/at a hotel.


Day 15: Casablanca

You will go to the airport for departure.

Tour’s Detail

-Air conditioning vehicle
-English/French speaking driver
-Camel trek
-Drinks & snacks/lunches
-Travel insurance
-Tips (drivers & guides)
-Our prices are depends on the number of travellers
-If the programs we offer don’t match your requirements, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will prepare the trip as your need.
-If you don’t want an overnight in the camp and the long camel trek is not for you, you can still enjoy the sunset with a shorter camel ride or a walk and then spend your night in the hotel.

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