H&L Travel offer that tour remains vital since it is an actual opportunity to learn more and more about the countless features making Moroccan history along with its culture and customs….. so is the great Tours

This tour is significantly typical for those who would like to live a delightful experience for a visit to   :  RabatFezMeknes, and Marrakech.

Besides, some other attitudes characterizing its handicrafts markets.

The secret lying behind their names as imperial cities is thanks to their political statue as capitals of the most powerful dynasties that commended our kingdom in its early past.

What's included?

• Transfers from/to airport
• Nice & Comfort accommodation included Breakfast & Diner.
• Daily breakfast
• Nice & Very Comfort Car with Speaking & Professional Drivers
• Fees Monument
• Local guide
• Great Service Guarantee

Not included:

• Travel insurance
• Flight
• Optional excursions
• Gratuities
• Food and drinks not mentioned as included
• Personal expenses


All our Accommodation Hotel, Riad, Bivouac are selected in our Expert Team to Follow all desire customer

They are art Deco, Modern, Tradition Moroccan Design attend all the Need of our Customer

Staffs are helpful and welcome to offer you a great stay Holiday.

All our restaurants are selected to offer you a good & delicious Meal, also for vegetarian will be in our attention just mention that during your Booking.

Very professional, Welcome, friendly Speak language coming from different Region of morocco to assist and accompany you during your Tours to offer you an excellent Holidays.


Upon arrival in Marrakech, you’ll transfer to your hotel for your three-night stay - which has easy access to Marrakech’s key sites yet are conveniently placed just outside of the Medina for a tranquil retreat. Here, you’ll enjoy a delicious cup of traditional mint tea before dinner at the hotel. Stay: Riad El Noujoum (or similar). In Half Board.

Spend today exploring some of the city’s most significant historical sites. Nestled between mountain and desert, it’s unsurprising to find that Marrakech is a city of contrasts. The bustling atmosphere of the Djemaa el-Fna is far removed from the tranquillity of the many beautiful gardens, and the Medina’s intricate medieval streets wonderfully contradict the wide, tree-lined boulevards of the New Town. Everywhere, the city’s infectious charm shines through. Today you’ll begin with the Majorelle Gardens. Designed and created by French artist Jacques Majorelle, these 12-acre gardens were eventually bought by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé who rescued them from being destroyed to make room for a hotel complex, and restored them to their former glory. The gardens showcase beautiful indigenous plant life as well as birds, ponds and splashes of vivid Majorelle blue. The Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech can also be found within its walls. Later, you’ll have the opportunity to explore enchanting Old Medina and the Kasbah fortress before visiting the Bahia Palace. Intended to be the greatest palace of its time, it captures the essence of the Islamic and Moroccan style. Afterwards, you’ll enjoy a stroll through the Djemaa el-Fna square before heading to Marrakech’s colourful souks, Stay: Riad El Noujoum (or similar) in Hlaf Board.

After breakfast, you will visit the bustling weekly Berber souk, before continuing along the rivers through the foothills of the mountains, where you may be able to visit a Berber home. Native to North Africa, these fascinating tribes are traditionally characterised as nomadic people that reside outside Marrakech in the Atlas Mountains. However, today, Berbers often own farms amid the rich valleys and towering mountains. Stay: Riad El Noujoum (or similar) in Half Board.

After breakfast, you’ll set off on a full day’s drive through cedar forests towards the city of Fes, where you will stay for two nights. En route, you’ll enjoy a lunch stop in Beni Mellal for great chance to see a Moroccan city not yet touched by tourism, before continuing on to Fes. You’ll be staying in a beautifully restored riad just outside of the Medina for an enjoyable and traditional stay. Approx. journey time: 6¾ hours, 354 miles. Stay: Nice Riad in Half Board.

Enjoy a full day of sightseeing in Fes, where you will visit the 14th-Century religious schools (mederast) of Bou Inanina and Attarine. Stop for a brief photo opportunity at the gate of Bab Bojloud and the fountain at Palace Neijarine and visit the souks within the charming medina. Stay: Stay: Nice Riad in Half Board.

After breakfast, you’ll drive west to Volubilis where you will see the Roman ruins, before heading to nearby Meknes for a further tour of this imperial city within Morocco. Here, you’ll have the chance to visit the Agudal Basin, the Moulay Ismail stables, the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum and the medina. In the afternoon, you’ll transfer to your hotel in Rabat for the night where you’ll stay in a beautifully decorated hotel with Moroccan-style communal areas. Approx. journey time: 1½ hours, 118 miles. Stay: Nice Hotel in half Board

Enjoy breakfast in Rabat before a morning of sightseeing which includes a visit to the Oudayas, the Hassan Tower and the Chellah, as well as a journey to the Mohamad V Mausoleum and the government district. Your afternoon’s tour will include one of the highlights of your journey – a voyage direct to Marrakech by train. This is a real opportunity to interact with local people, and although the journey may be lengthy – it offers a different perspective of Moroccan culture as you get a different insight into the destination. Upon arrival in Marrakech, you will transfer to your hotel for the final overnight stay and enjoy dinner with your fellow passengers. Approx. journey time: 4½ hours (by train), 209 miles. Stay: Riad El Noujoum Half Board.

This morning, you will transfer to the airport for your onward journey after breakfast at the hotel. Alternatively, you could extend your stay in this exciting city.

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