The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel ie visas, innoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports
PricesFrom: R 13,920.00
FlightsNo Flights Included
Valid From10th of January 2018 (Wednesday)
Valid To28th of February 2018 (Wednesday)
Need Visa'sSouth Africa: YesBritish: NoEuropean Union: NoAmerican: No
Quick Holiday Overview
Morocco is an ideal destination for an adventure. Be a part of the 10 day private tour discovering fasnation Morocco. This trip is based on 4 people travelling together!
Morocco offers the ultimate quest for those in search of new horizons. To travel there is to take a journey that will forever change one’s perspectives and perceptions. With its ever-changing natural beauty and intricate, rich history, Morocco is the ideal catalyst for the curious and open-minded.
About the Holiday
Day 1: Arrive Casablanca
Day 2: Casablanca tour & onwards to Marrakech
Day 3: Marrakech City tour
Day 4: Travel I n 4 x 4 to Ouarzazate
Day 5: Travel past Kasbahs to Zagora
Day 6: Onwards through unque landscapes to Erfoud
Day 7: Continue via the rose capital to Ouarzazate
Day 8: Stop at Air Benhaddou before reaching Marrakech
Day 9: Return to Casablanca
Day 10: Transfer to the Airport for onward flight
Includes & Excludes
- 10 nights hotel accomodation at 4 star hotels
- Breakfast and dinner daily
- Local English speaking guides
- 4x4 for transfers Erfoud to Merzouga and return
- Transportation in AC 6 Seater Minivan
- All relevant arrival & departure transfers
Please note: The rates is based on 4 passengers travelling together
- International flights
- Visa cost
- Travel and medical insurance
- Meals not mentioned
MarrakechMarrakech or Marrakesh is known as the "Red City".
Founded in the 11th century, Marrakesh was once the capital of an empire that stretched from Spain to Senegal. In days of old, Marrakesh's location on the crossroads of ancient caravan routes from Timbuktu made it a key destination for trade and reprieve for weary sub-Saharan traders carrying gold, salt and slaves bound for Europe. Today, Marrakesh is a reverberating collision of Africa and Europe, west and east, Bohemia and high culture, Arab cities and Berber villages.
Marrakech features a semi-arid climate, with mild wet winters and hot dry summers. Average temperatures range from 12 degrees Celsius in the winter to 23 degrees Celsius in the summer.
There's nowhere in the world like the Djemaa el Fna: by day it's basically a market, with a few snake charmers and an occasional troupe of acrobats; in the late afternoon it becomes a whole carnival of musicians, storytellers and other entertainers; and in the evening dozens of stalls set up to dispense hot food to crowds of locals, while the musicians and performers continue.
South of Djemaa el Fna there are two places not to be missed: the Saadian Tombs and El Badi Palace, the ruined palace of Ahmed el Mansour.
The most atmospheric place to eat is the Djemaa el Fna, where foodstalls set up around sunset and serve up everything from harira soup and couscous or tajine to stewed snails and sheep's heads, all eaten at trestle tables.