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Imperial City Immersion

FROM $4,995
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Travel back in time on this immersive tour of Morocco's history. You will be transported by the mystery and magic of Morocco's cultural heritage throughout our splendid imperial cities.

Through the eyes of knowledgeable local expert guides, you'll experience the
real Morocco, with one-of-a-kind encounters tailored specifically for you every day. 

You'll visit the
ancient medinas, the world's oldest university, and enjoy private, hands-on tours of our world-renowned leather tanneries, traditional rug weaving, pottery, argan oil extraction, and more.

Day 1: Casablanca, the White City

Pricing of this itinerary


  • Enquire about custom pricing


  • 1-2 people: $9,827 per person

  • 3-4 people: $8,055 per person

  • 5+ people: Enquire about custom pricing


  • 1-2 people: $7,738 per person

  • 3-4 people: $6,643 per person

  • 5+ people: Enquire about custom pricing


  • 1-2 people: $6,093 per person

  • 3-4 people: $4,995 per person

  • 5+ people: Enquire about custom pricing


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Even though this trip is only a week long, the experiences you have on it will be with you forever. When you arrive at Casablanca's Mohammed V International Airport, the adventure begins. After passing through immigration and customs, you'll find your professional, English-speaking driver waiting to take you to your hotel. You'll come to think of him as a friend who goes out of his way to make your trip enjoyable and show you a side of Morocco that most tourists never see.

As you make your way to the hotel, you'll be soaking it all in.Do you find Casablanca to be a bit more cutting edge than you anticipated? Maybe you've seen the beautiful djellabas that the older men and women of Morocco wear...

The Hassan II Mosque is a must-see if you get there early enough in the day, so have your driver take you there. As its namesake, King Hassan II, planned, this is one of the most recognizable buildings in Casablanca. The mosque's minaret's turquoise and green hues are echoed by the Atlantic Ocean below. You'll need to squint at the top of the world's tallest minaret to make out the intricate designs.

Walking inside, you'll get a close look at the artwork and be taken aback by the ornate arches and intricate design of the building. Inquire with your tour guide about the spiritual allegory hidden within the architecture.


Travel today to Fes, a place with deep historical roots in Morocco. As you make your way to the modern city of Rabat, where you'll have lunch, take in the beautiful scenery outside the window.


Rabat, Morocco's capital, is a beachside metropolis on the cutting edge of urban development. Rabat has an authentic atmosphere because it is not a popular tourist destination.

Stop by a small restaurant in Rabat to sample some of Morocco's finest's ideal when you can avoid a tourist trap and eat at a local joint. Visit the palace of Morocco's monarch or stroll a palm tree–lined avenue. We will drive over the impressive Mohammed VI Bridge. 

The Medina of Fes was established in the 9th century, and as you enter the city from the outside, you'll first pass through the current New City. Donkeys are the only mode of transportation allowed within the city's medieval walls. It has more than nine thousand narrow streets, some of which are so tight that you'll have to walk side by side. Let your mind wander to a time when you entered a culture that has been unchanged for millennia.