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Tour Duration : 9 Days/ 8 Nights
Destination Info

Rabat is the capital of Morocco and second largest city in the country, after Casablanca. It is located on the Atlantic Ocean on the south side of The Bou Regreg river. On the opposite north bank of the river lies the city of Salé (Sala). Rabat is one of the fourth imperial cities of Morocco and many parts of the city are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

In the current location of the Kasbah of the Oudayas, the Almoravids had created a fort to fight against the Berghouata tribes. This fort was replaced in 1150 by a Ribat (fortress) under the reign of the Almohad dynasty and became the gathering point for fighters going to Andalusia.
The caliph of Morocco, Yaqub al-Mansur, moved the capital of his empire to Rabat and started the construction of the Hassan tower which was supposed to be the biggest mosque in the world. He also transformed the Phoenician site of Chellah into a necropolis.
The city acquired the title, ‘Ribat al Fath’ (The Fortress of victory), to commemorate the Almohad victories.
At the end of the Almohad Dynasty and especially after Yaqub al-Mansur death (1199), the city began to decline, the Hassan tower construction work were stopped and the power shifted to Fez.

In 1609 the city experienced a significant growth when 13000 Moriscos settled in the city after being expelled from Spain.
The first inhabitants were from the city of Hornachos in western Spain and settled in the Kasbah. One year later in 1610, 10000 Andalusian settled in the low city and built a new enclosure, known as the Andalusian Wall.
The republic of Salé also known as ‘The republic of the Pirates of The Bouregreg’ became a city state from 1627 to 1668. The new inhabitants wanted revenge for their expulsion from Spain and piracy became the main source of income of the city. The pirates made long-distance raids as far away as Cornwall in the UK, Baltimore in Ireland and even Iceland.

The first governor of the city was Ibrahim Vargas. In 1624 Jan Janszoon, a Dutch origin who converted to Islam, became President and Grand Admiral of the Republic.
In the medina you can still find a street ‘Rue des Consuls’ which in where Western embassies used to be.
The republic became weak after many bloody clashes between the inhabitants of the Kasbah from the town of Hornachos, the Andalusians inhabitants of the lower town and the inhabitants of Salé.

In 1668, the Republic became under the control of the Alaouite dynasty.
In 1912, France established a protectorate in Morocco and Rabat became the capital of the country.

Departure & Return Location

Your Accommodation / Airport, Train-Bus Station or wherever you want

Meeting Time

30 Minutes Before Departure

Price Includes

  • Transportation in a private touristic vehicle with driver and fuel
  • All Hotels with breakfast
  • Entrance fees for historical monuments with Guide

Price Excludes

  • Lunch
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Tips


  • Water included All Trip days


After your arrival at the international airport in RABAT where you will be welcomed by a member of our team, depends on your arrival time, a visit can take place in the same day to the famous historical sites of Rabat “Kasbah Oudaya and Hassan tower” before you check in to your Hotel or Riad or can be done in the next morning. Overnight with dinner in Rabat.


After having rest and breakfast, we will take the road via Kenitra to join to the city of Moulay Boussalham with its beautiful lagoon and Merja Zerka Lake. After lunch, we continue our road to join the city of Assilah.Overnight in a riad at Assilah.


According to some researchers, the history of Asilah goes back more than 3,600 years. The name of this city, previously called “Zilis”, is mentioned by many authors and ancient historians.

In accordance with these same documents, Zilis was one of the biggest Carthaginian agglomerations during the era of Tingitane Mauritania. It has been successively occupied by Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Byzantines, Romans, and Portuguese. After the Islamisation of the country, this city, named then Asilah, has been reconstructed in 844 on land belonging to the El-Ouata tribe, governed by El-Kacem ben Driss Chafi. Since that time, and given its importance on a strategic level, this little village has been the object of bloody conflicts between Cordoba’s Maronites and Africa’s Abidiyines.

After the decadence of his dynasty, the last Idrisid standing took refuge there. In 1265, the city has been destructed to prevent the Spanish from taking it after the defeat of the Moroccan army. Starting from 1415, Asilah is going from hand to hand, taken by the Moroccan army and the Portuguese army; this fight was marked by the famous battle of Oued El-Makhazine. The city was ultimately recovered by the king Moulay Ismail, in 1691.

At the beginning of that century, the city could not resist the Spanish invasion, despite the resistance and sacrifices of its inhabitants, especially the ones made by the leader Ahmed Raissouni, in 1906. The history of Asilah is not only about wars and conquests, but it is also about culture and fine arts. Lastly, the king Mohammed V has honored the city with his visit during his historical journey to Tangier on April 9th, 1947.

after breakfast, you will visit the old medina of Assilah which a small and friendly town and its beautiful harbor, then we will pick you up and drive via an off-road to join the beautiful beach of Rmilat which is couple kilometers to the south of Assilah where you can have lunch (grilled fresh sardines) and also swim or enjoy its beautiful sun. Afternoon we will drive back to Assilah. Overnight in Assilah.


The Trip on that day will take us to the beautiful town of Chefchaouen, the Rif mountain’s stronghold and the most beautiful town in Morocco. Along the way, you will enjoy some of the most beautiful landscapes of northern Morocco via the city of Tanger where we will visit the beautiful beach of Achakar and the famous Hercules Cave, passing to Cap Spartel point, which the border between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, then continue via the Rif mountains to the beautiful city of Tetouan. Overnight with dinner in Chefchaouen.


After breakfast, our visit to the city starts with the blue-washed narrow alleys of the friendly medina. Visit the walled fortress of the Kasbah contains beautiful gardens, near which is the small museum and art gallery which houses the rich culture of the Rif Mountains. From the rooftop of the Kasbah view, a spectacular panorama of the blue and whitewashed houses, tiled roofs, and tiny balconies. After exploring the medina, walk in the nearby hillsides with the wonderful and magnificent waterfalls. The town offers many native handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco, such as wool garments and woven blankets. The goat cheese native to the area is also popular. Dinner and night in a guest house.


After breakfast, we will drive toward the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis, the well preserved Roman Empire dating back to 225BC – where you will see the most beautiful mosaics in Morocco, dating back to the 3rd century BC. After the visit to this unique site, we will visit the sacred town of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, and then we will drive back to Meknes to start exploring the Medina of Meknes. This marvelous city was once the capital of Morocco during the reign of Moulay Ismail, thus it is known as the Ismailian capital of Morocco. It is also known as “the walled city”. You will see the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the Granary, the Sahrij Souani basin and the famous Gate of Bab Mansour and also the underground Qara Prison and the Dome of the Ambassadeurs. In the afternoon you will have some free time to wander around the square entertained by storytellers, musicians, and snake charmers. Overnight with dinner in Fez.


After having rest and take breakfast, an official local guide will be there in the hotel waiting for you to start an explorative journey of the Medina where you will visit the many hidden treasures that only the inhabitants of the place know about. Fes served as the capital of Morocco for more than 350 years and is home to the University of Al Karaouine, the oldest operating university in the world. Your guided tour will take you to Moulay Idriss mausoleum, the Nejjarine Fountains, and the Tanneries. After lunch, you will also view the exterior of the Royal Palace and walk through the famous Jewish quarter “the Mellah”, where you will have the option to visit one of the few living synagogues in Morocco. Your tour of Fes includes a short visit to the famous ceramic factory, and then you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view over the whole Medina of Fes. Back to Riad.


After breakfast we will take the road to the current capital of Morocco, we will pass by and visit the former capital of Morocco during Ismailien Dysnaty’s reign in which also have some very interesting monuments to visit such as Lahdim Square, Qara Prison, Moulay Ismail Tomb. Then we continue via the highway to join Rabat. Overnight with dinner in Rabat


After having a great time and enjoying with different road and places in Morocco with us, Your driver will take you from your accommodation to RABAT Airport, depending on your flight time, hoping to see you soon