Day 1: Agadir – Essaouira

After breakfast in your hotel,you will start your tour to visit Agadir city, With its stunning beach and corniche, souks, historical kasbah and plentiful cafes you can be as busy or relaxed as you want. After that, we drive to Essaouira, a wonderfully relaxed coastal fishing town where you can explore Phoenician, Berber, Portuguese, Jewish, and French past in the well-preserved architecture, small alleyways and enchanting medina. Stroll through the serene squares, browse artisan shops and galleries, and observe the handicrafts of the ’tuya’ wood found only in Morocco or head down to the port to check out the day’s catch.you can have surfing. Essaouira beach has the perfect conditions for beginners to start out on their surfing adventures. The Explora Surf school offers surfing lessons everyday, and will help you experience the exhilarating feeling of being on top of the world as you stand up and take your first wave

Day 2: Essaouira – Marrakech

Depart for Marrakech via the scenic inland road with the forest of the Argan trees (sometimes with goats!) which only exist in this region of the world. Stop off at Argan oil cooperatives along this relaxing drive. May be if your you want we will pick you up to atlas mountins Oukaimeden, to sky in snow Of course, there is no obligation to ski but is a lovely place simply to walk or take the ski-lifts for the sake of the wonderful views of the High Atlas. Later in the day you return to Marrakesh via the Ourika Valley, full of Berber gardens, fields and orchards of apples, pears, pomegranates and walnuts. This is an excellent destination for lunch on the banks of the river or even at a table set in the river itself. The rest of the year the valleys are connected by mules – another kind of adventure! Apart from this there are an observatory and 4000 year old rock carvings to visit. Oukaimden is also a hikers’ set- off point for the Ourika Valley, Asni and the ascent of Toubkal. And come back to Marrakech Overnight in Marrakech.

Day 3: Exploring- Marrakech

After breakfast in the Riad , you can start exploring Marrakech ” the red city of Morocco”. Your guide will ensure that you see the most important places of historical and cultural interest, including the Saadien tombs; the Palaces of El Bahia and El Badi and the Ben Youssef Coranique School. Lunch is at a restaurant near the square, then in the afternoon you’ll see the gardens at Majorelle, Menara and the Koutoubia tower. After dinner you will have the opportunity to walk around the ‘Square Jemaa El Fna’ full with magicians, story tellers, snake charmers and food sellers. Overnight in a hotel or riad.

Day 4: Marrakech-Casablanca--Rabat

Ather breakfast your guide will pick you up to Casablanca city where you’ll visit the Hassan II Mosque, the largest outside Mecca and experience the coastal Cornish seaside. Afterwards, we’ll leave for Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Here, you’ll see the Hassan Tower, the Oudaya Kasbah before checking in to your Riad at the heart of the Medina. Overnight in our Hotel/Riad.

Day 5: Rabat - Meknés - Fez

Departure to Meknes. We will go around the Mamora forest. Arrival to Meknes, city which achieved its greatest splendour thanks to Mulay Ismail Sultan. At 27Km from Meknes, we will find the ruins of the Roman city, Volubilis. You will also visit the Saint City, Moulay Idriss. Departure to Fez.

Day6: Exploring Fez

Your full-day will be in Fez with a guided tour to discover the medina and the famous Souks of Fes. Next, you will visit the most beautiful palaces and monuments of Fes. Moreover, your tour will include a visit to the tannery and the ceramic cooperative to see traditional Moroccan crafts.

Day 7: Fes – Azrou – Middelt – Rich – Imilchil

After breakfast, our journey will get started to Middelt passing via Ifrane to Azrou which is blanketed by cedar forest where there are wild monkeys. So, we could take lovely photos with them and lunch will be at Zaida or Middelt. After that, we drive to Ziz Valley via the Atlas Mountains and enjoy seeing the landscapes of Middelt. Then, we ahead to Rich city while exploring some berber tribes that still living out there even of hard weather ,we will arrive in Imilchil in the late afternoon before checking in to your hotel; Auberge Tislit by the beautiful lake of Tislit. Dinner Bed and breakfast.

Day 8: Imilchil – Todgha Gorge – Merzouga

After a morning breakfast we will leave Imilchil to Todgha Gorge the highest, narrowest gorges in Morocco with panoramic views of the old mud Berber villages overlooking the valley,lunch will be under the high red cliff of the gorge. The Gorge is one of Morocco's premier sport climbing destinations, and is home to approximately 400 climbs, ranging from single-pitch top-ropes to 10-pitch adventures up the incredible walls of the narrow gorge. Fixed protection on popular sectors is generally excellent, and there are a good selection of long mixed sport/trad routes for those in search of more adventure. If you have time we will Continue our trip to Erfoud and Rissani then through the open black desert to the village Merzouga where we will be welcomed with a glass of mint tea before trekking your camels for about 1 h 30 .dinner and overnight in a berber tent.

Day 09: Merzouga- Erg Chebbi tour:gnawa music-visit mines,black desert, nomad people-Merzouga ( overnight in desert camp).

After visiting the village and oasis of Merzouga, You’ll visit the Gnawa people, originally slaves brought from Sudan, to experience their music and lifestyle, then we continue to see the panoramic view behind the Erg Chebbi of sand dunes so as to take lot of pictures and to see how the colour of the dunes change by the light of the sun after to the village of Mirdani?an old village in ruins?also stopping at M?fis, the place where coal was extracted and the large majority of the population of Merzouga worked to earn a living. A very interesting day which is spent in or very near the dunes?the highest dunes in Morocco. After the village of Mirdani we continue to the Bedouin families in their tents at Kem Kem. After having tea there we continue to finish the tour by visiting where you can see the fossiles and the oasis of tissardmine in the afternoon we will come back to Merzouga, where your camel will be awaiting you. before you mount your camel, guided by an experienced Camel man, to explore within the mysterious sand-sea of the Erg-Chebbi. and to ski down them in sand dunes on some of the gear that we rented from a guy who must be the largest single owner of ski equipment on the continent. Skiing on sand is not nearly as fun as it looks, there is a reason that there are no resorts set up in the desert. Here you will spend your night under the stars, or if you prefer,in luxury camp.

Day 10: Merzouga – Ouarzazate – Ait Ben haddou

After taking a pictures of sunrise and having breakfast we will camel-trek back to the village of Merzouga. On our way you won’t fail to appreciate the unique beauty of the spectacular Erg Chebbi dunes – changing with the light as the day progresses. Arriving late morning back in Merzouga and after shower in the hotel , we’ll leave for Rissani – once Sijilmassa – the foundation of the Alaouite dynasty, the current ruling family. With most of the woman veiled, and men hooded, this is a very traditional Moroccan town. We’ll continue driving towards Agdez, via Alnif and Tazarine,lunch in N’koub before we get to the fascinating Draa Valley at the edge of the Atlas Mountains, along which lay hundreds of Berber Kasbahs.dinner and accommodation in Ait Ben-haddou.

Day 11: Ait Benhaddou - Ait Saoun village -Agdez– Zagora.

after your breakfast at riad, you will visit Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, UNESCO world heritage site – one of the best preserved and most spectacular Kasbah in Morocco. Then, we will leave Ait ben haddou to Zagora, you will travel to the south and cross pass which is Tizi N’Tnifift at 1710m and Ait Saoun village, the former route of caravans for Sahara traders coming from “Tombouktou”, you will reach the first administrative centre called “Agdez Village” that marks the source of Draa Valley, with it’s 6 successive palm groves stating (Mezguita palmary, Fezouata...) and Kasbahs stating the famous Tamnougalt Kasbah. You will continue through the lunar landscapes and the Pre-Sahara routes until you get to Zagora which is a small town, the native region of Saadian dynasty (Saadian tombs in Marrakech) who used to rule Morocco in the XVII century. we will spend the night Zagora.

Day 12 : Zagora – Tamgroute – Mhamid – Erg Chegaga?

After the morning meal, we will driver to Zagora through the palm-lined Draa river valley and its surroundings especially the Jewish quarter in Amzerou and the palm groves. Afterwards, we continue our trip towards the doorway to Sahara Desert (Mhamid). Along the way, we stop in the the original town of the 16th century dynasty ( Saadian), Tamgroute, to visit an old Coran library and a subterranean kasbah. We arrive to Mhamid where the Draa valley and civilization end. Lunch as a desert Pic Nic,then we take direccion to Erg chegag we arrive before the sunset you will start the nomadic life by riding the camels and travel along the desert with its different facet of life and also diverse components. Dinner and night will be enjoyed under the nomad tent or under the starlit in the midst of nice sand dunes.

Day 13: Chegaga Dunes – Foumzguid – Tazenakht.

After taking lovely photos of sunrise and having breakfast, we leave Desert heading to Marrakech by 4×4 vehicles via the old Paris- , you will have chance to visit some nomad famillies, travelling through the natural dried lake of Iriqui and the black stones. On the way, we enjoy seeing a combination of several landscapes. Later, we will keep driving off-road till the small town of Foum Zguid, arrive at Taznakht which is one of the biggest centers of carpets in the kingdom.Overnight at Taznakht.

Day 14:Taznakht– Taliouine – Taroudant– Agadir

Depart Taznakht for Taroudant, descending towards Tazenakht. We will be now in saffron country! Stop in Taliouine and visit the saffron museum, or time your visit for the saffron harvest festival in October. Continue to Taroudant , you will visit old Medina Taroudant, a walled Berber market town, lies just South of the High Atlas mountains and to the North of the Anti Atlas Mountains in the heart of the beautiful Souss Valley. It is not visited as much as its larger counterparts, and is a great place to experience the real Morocco, with charming souks and wonderfully varied local geography aftet, you’ll travel to Agadir airport for your departure flight or spend night there.