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Morocco is a perfect destination for honeymooners because you can combine discovery itineraries and desert adventures with seaside stays in the most beautiful, romantic places in the Atlantic ocean. You can experience morocco honeymoon journeys that combine the nature of the desert with the beaches and oceans.
Our Morocco Travel Offers for honeymooners are carefully handcrafted by our Moroccan native’s experts, choosing one by one, hotels of particular charm, from the coastal city of Essaouira to the remote areas of the desert passing through the mountains and the small earthen villages; luxury are also selections of restaurants and wineries of the highest level, where you can live true gourmet experiences made of food and wines of the highest quality.
Sahara Magic offers you a romantic itinerary particularly designed for couples on their honeymoons. discover below our morocco honeymoon tour proposal.
Marrakech or Casablanca International Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time
Transfer From the airport of Marrakech or Casablanca to your riad in medina. Including Bed and Breakfast.
On this day, after breakfast you will have a day tour to discover Marrakech. By Immersing yourself in the red city and During your tour you will have Lunch in the Medina , you will visit the most beautiful palaces and monuments of Marrakech such as the 19th century Bahia Palace ,the 16th century Saadian Tombs, the Koutoubia Mosque ,the Majorelle Garden . You will also visit the famous Souks where the merchants sell everything from leather, cloths, spices, kaftans. Overnight at Riad, including bed & breakfast.
Essaouira is a unique coast city. This day trip will take you from Marrakech to spend your full day and night there. Walking in the Medina, eating fresh seafood or enjoy surfing in the big waves of Essaouira.
Enjoying Essaouira at Leisure.
Overnight at riad in Essaouira
Enjoy Essaouira at leisure.
Back to Marrakech during the evening
Today, We Drive Marrakech to Ait Ben Haddou, via the Ounila Valley. Traverse the High Atlas Mountains via the highest main road pass in Morocco, at 2260m altitude, offering stunning views and exhilarating driving. The route passes lush valleys and traditional adobe Berber villages. After the pass, we get to the gateway of the desert where we will have a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou. Visit this fortified village – essentially a living museum, it is a ksar comprising numerous dwellings, and for years used as the backdrop in many international films. Overnight at Riad in Ouarzazate Including Dinner and Breakfast.
Today , we start driving North-east of Ouarzazate and start to follow the Dades River, which charts the self-titled “route of a thousand kasbahs”.we will have a visit to one that stands out from the rest of Kasbah Amerdile . then we continue along way the valley until we arrive at the beautiful striking natural canyon cleaved into the Atlas Mountains, by the Todra River). Option to stretch the legs and walk. After lunch continue to Merzouga, at the end of the sealed road, with the expanse of the Erg Chebbi dunes visible. Your driver will drop you at the meeting point with your camel caravan and you will trek on camel back for approx. 1 hour to reach the luxury campsite in time for sunset and home for the night in the dunes. Take an evening meal and then enjoy music and song at the campfire.
Today, after you admire the sunrise and enjoy your breakfast, you will be having a tour in the desert area, region of verdant date palms bordering the Sahara. This region, of historical importance, once marked the crossroads of the West African caravan routes, and is the origin of the establishment of the Alaouite dynasty (17th Century), the dynasty that still holds power in Morocco today.Visit the Market and Enjoy the Fresh Baked Berber Pizza. Later on, back to the desert to enjoy the sunrise. Dinner and fire-side music. Overnight at the camp once more.
Wake early to admire the desert sunrise, take breakfast, then transfer out of the dunes by camel-back to rejoin your vehicle to take the road to Fes (or if you are travelling by 4×4, you can be collected at the camp). Your route today follows the course of the Ziz River. Pass through the spectacular Ziz River gorge before traversing the Middle Atlas Mountains (at approx. 1900m). On the north of the mountains, you take in part of Morocco’s vast cedar forests (close to Azrou), before reaching Fes late afternoon. Overnight at riad in medina including bed and breakfast.
After your breakfast , You will have your local guide who will unlock the hidden gems of Fez and make you get deeper and deeper in Fez old medina , you will discover the famous Souks of Fes – its narrow cobbled streets are filled with ancient mosques and towering green-glazed minarets… You will visit the most beautiful palaces and monuments of Fes. The tour will include a visit to the tannery and the ceramics cooperatives to see the traditional Moroccan handicrafts. Overnight in Riad including bed and breakfast.
Today, we will depart earlier as we have a 3h30mins drive to chefchaouen via the rif mountains that are covered with a huge number of olive trees.
Visiting Volibulis , the Romans Berber Town .
Enjoy Chefchaouen at leisure .
Enjoy your day at leisure in the blue citadel of Chefchaouen.
Today, we visit Rabat en route to Casablanca .
Rabat is the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco and the seat of its government.
Hassan Tower is the city’s most famous sight. The massive minaret of Hassan dates to 1195 and towers over Rabat. The mosque itself was never entirely completed and was largely destroyed in an earthquake in 1755. The Mohammed V Mausoleum is one of the greatest monuments of modern Morocco, which was inaugurated in 1967. The deceased king lies entombed in white onyx, surrounded by royal guards.
Your drive through Rabat will include a visit of the Kasbah des Oudayas, a picturesque place to take a stroll, see some sights and admire the interesting scenery. The Kasbah was the Almohad citadel of medieval Rabat and is guarded by an impressive arched gate built around 1195. Inside the Kasbah is a palace and Andalusian gardens, as well as a broad terrace, where you can enjoy the views.
Afterwards, continue by road to Casablanca. Upon your arrival, check in at your Hotel and spend the rest of the afternoon at leisure. Bed and Breakfast.