Morocco Tours | Unitrips


Departing from Spain, we'll complete a circuit of the whole of Morocco



You’ll never forget

From 410 €

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Spain, Morocco


World Heritage Sites

The most in depth trip around Morocco! Leaving from Spain, we will cross the Gibraltar Strait to visit imperial cities on our way to the Sahara Desert. We will sleep for the night under a sky full of stars surrounded by huge dunes. What are you waiting for?! Choose the biggest Moroccan trip!

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2nd to 10th December

Day 0- Departure from Spain

The bus will depart from different points in Spain to take us to the far south of the Iberian Peninsula, where we will get on board a comfortable ferry that will pass from one Hercules’ column to the next, the end of the world according to the Romans.


Day 1- Tangier - Chefchaouen

After we have passed border control, we will start our trip from the green Mediterranean to the idyllic smurf village, the blue town of Chefchaouen, which was originally Jewish.


Did you know that…

  • Chefchaouen is the administrative centre of the province with the same name and one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the North of Morocco
  • It is known for the blue colour of it’s little houses
  • Every year, just before Ramadan, the inhabitants of Chefchaouen paint their houses blue and white, going through 15 tonnes of paint. Why? The legend states that this frightens off bugs and flies, although no one knows if it’s true!
  • For centuries it was considered a sacred city and until 1920, Muslims were prohibited from entering the city

Day 2 - Chefchaouen - Fez

After a tasty breakfast we will head up the Rif Mountains, famous for marijuana farming, heading towards Fez, the cultural capital of Morocco for being the home of the world’s most famous university.

We will visit Fez with an official guide and lose ourselves in the 8000 streets in the labyrinth Medina. We will pass through the Koranic school, leather dyeing factories and its markets full of different colors and aromas.

Did you know that…

  • Fez and Morocco generally are the primary importers in the world of green tea
  • Despite what you might think, polygamy in Morocco only represents 0.31% of Moroccan weddings
  • The university of Al Qarawiyyin in Fez is the oldest university in the world that is still going


Day 3- Desert night

Get out of bed! It’s time to go to the desert!

In the morning we will get on our way south towards Rissani, where yohistoriclyu’ll be left speechless admiring the Erg Chebbi Dunes, the tallest in Morocco. When the sun goes down, we will meet some charming dromedary friends and will start our journey to the Haimas camp (1h 30 mins approximately) where you can enjoy the game of shadows that is cast as the sun sets on the dunes. Here we will have a dinner and will enjoy the entertainment of our berber friends, or if you’re not in a party mood, feel free to enjoy a romantic night under the Saharan stars!



Did you know that…

  • Mauritania, located on the border of the Sahara, hosts a beach in the bay of Nouadhibou where you can find the biggest ship graveyard in the world, where old ships now rot half buried in the sand
  • In the  Ihhan Ubari dunes in Libya , 15 salt water lakes can be found. The biggest is called Mandara
  • Desert temperatures are very extreme: over 40 degrees centigrade in the day and sub-zero during the night


Day 4- Merzouga - Ouarzazate

Today, we will get up early to see the Sun rise from behind the dunes. We’ll then head back to the hotel on our dromedaries and take advantage of a relaxing shower and comforting breakfast and leave in the direction of Marrakesh, passing views of a climber’s paradise. After some snaps, the bus will take us to the great gate of the desert: Ouarzazate.

gorge du todra

Day 5- Ait ben Haddou - Marrakesh

In the morning we will wake up soon to enjoy another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Morocco: Aït Ben Haddou. Here, we will visit the famous Kasbah, i.e., a fortified village made of mud and straw. From here we will climb the oldest and winding roads which provide access to the Atlas mountains, the highest mountains in Africa after Mount Kilimanjaro. Here, the views are incredible and you will probably be able to see snow!

Heading down the Atlas we will arrive at the tourist capital of Morocco, the red city of Marrakesh. We will have time to visit its buzzing souk, the market, the Bahia palace and enjoy the sunset in the mythical Jamaa el Fna square. If you’re still not tired… get ready for a night of madness in Marrakesh!


Did you know that…

  • The origin of the Jamaa el Fna market in unknown. Some believe its name could be an old neologism meaning the ‘meeting of the dead’
  • The city is divided between two large areas: the oldest being the Medina and the new is called Gueliz
  • The name Marrakesh comes from the Berber language meaning ‘land of God’. The city is located in the intersection between the desert and the snowy peaks of the High Atlas mountains

Day 6- Marrakesh - Casablanca

We will wake up (potentially fighting a hangover) and will try to enjoy the return journey, as after visiting Marrakesh we will head back north, towards the most populated atlantic city in Morocco: Casablanca. It’s the most important commercial and military port in Morocco, and home to over 7 million Moroccans.

This city was very important in the Second World War, because it was part of the French territory that the Americans attacked as part of ‘Operation Torch’.  Furthermore it was the scene of the eponymous movie with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.



Did you know that…

  • Rabat is the capital of Morocco on a political, albeit not cultural level
  • In 1942, the world of cinema brought the great gems of Morocco to a historically international level, for example the film Casablanca was inspired by the Moroccan city
  • At every entrance to the Tangier Mosque you will find a letter advising that non muslim entry is prohibited. However, tourist entry is allowed as long as you sufficiently cover up

Day 7- Casablanca - Tangier

After stopping to see a panoramic view of Casablanca, we will head north to return to Tangier and the Pillars of Hercules.  Back through customs and we can enjoy another chilled trip by boat, where we will return to European soil sailing through the Mediterranean sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Day 8- Spain

Like all good things, this journey also has to end. With sadness but with memories that will stay with us for life, we leave our group of friends at the departure point.


*Those extras marked with (*) in the description need to be selected when you reserve your place for the tour through the reservation form. This is because numbers need to be booked far in advance.

**Those extras marked with (**) in the description are not in the form used to book your place. We will be in touch two weeks before the tour to ask about your interest in these extras and you can pay directly to the tour leader during the trip.

The program could suffer unforeseen changes due to weather conditions, traffic… or the ability of the group to respect meeting times.

The cities where we will sleep are subject to availability, depending on the flexibility of the hotels or hostels. The quality of the establishment will not change.

The tour could be done in the opposite direction, without changing the places visited or the services offered.

Departure points: 

  • Santiago de Compostela
  • León
  • Valladolid
  • Salamanca

Subject to Request:

  • Oviedo
  • Bilbao
  • Madrid
  • Seville

If you need to depart from another city, drop us a line

What’s included?

  • Transport in comfy european bus from Spain to Morocco
  • Boat journey there and back between Tarifa/Algeciras and Ceuta/Tangier
  • Guided tour in Fez
  • Guided tour in Marrakesh
  • 8 nights:
  • 1 night in Chefchaouen or Fez in a distinguished hotel (+ breakfast)
  • 1 night in Fez or Midelt in a distinguished hotel with pool (+ breakfast)
  • 1 night in the desert camping with a pool (+ camel trip + dinner + party + breakfast)
  • 1 night in Ouarzazate in distinguished hotel (+ breakfast)
  • 1 night in Marrakesh in typical Moroccan hotel (+ breakfast)
  • 1 night in Casablanca or Marrakesh (+ breakfast)
  • 2 nights in comfy European bus
  • Camel trip, there and back
  • Party in the desert
  • 6 breakfasts
  • Tour leaders throughout the trip
  • Many surprises!


  • Travel insurance
  • Entrance to Pacha or other nightclub
  • 4×4 trip from Merzouga
  • Trip to the land of fossils
  • Trip to the film studios in Ouarzazate
  • Lunches and dinners in the cities we visit
  • Entrances to other monuments


Before reserving, check you have all the necessary documents to be able to travel to these countries. The agency takes no responsibility for problems at the border, and people who don’t have their documents will stay at the border and consider the services of the agency to be terminated.

You can book your place paying only €100 as deposit…

…and pay the outstanding amount 30 days before departure.


No private rooms are available in the desert!

Hop on hop off:

Would you like to join a few days later? Do you need to leave before the end? Drop us a line and ask for a special price!

Minimum number of participants

As this is a group trip, we need a minimum of 40 people for the trip to be confirmed

Any doubts?

No worries, here’s a link with any possible questions resolved re: trips to Morocco. Don’t think twice and get packing!



Additional Information


02-12-2017, 24-03-2018

450,00  390,00 

The most in depth tour, from the north to the south of Morocco, ride a camel and sleep in the desert, next date… 2-10 DECEMBER

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