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The Best Imperial Cities Tours

Tour Morocco offers you the best private guided tours of the imperial cities of Morocco.  Soak in the rich history of the Moroccan dynasties. Explore the authentic culture, heritage and architecture of the historical capitals : Rabat, Fes, Meknes, and Marrakech.

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The Magic of Marrakech Day Tour

The magic of Marrakech day tour offers you the best of the cultural and historical sites of Marrakech. This day tour will guide you to the hidden gems of Moorish and Moroccan architecture. It will explore the city’s authentic culture and history that span over centuries.  You will discover the local souks in the narrow streets of the medina where you can shop for souvenirs. And you will get the feel of how the locals go with their daily life. 

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South of Morocco Tour

Explore the magical south of Morocco through this amazing tour. Discover the mythical city of Marrakech, then explore Ouarzazate where major Hollywood desert movies were filmed. Then continue the journey through the path of the nomads to the deep Sahara to Merzouga and Errachidia.

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North of Morocco Tour

North of Morocco tour offers an amazing journey of discovery through the major cities of the north of Morocco. You will explore the history and the sights of Casablanca, the imperial cities of Rabat, Fes and Meknes, and the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Then you will continue the journey up north to Tangier and the blue city of Chefchaouen.

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Tangier Day Tour

Tangier day tour offers a great day escape to the city also known as the gateway of Europe to Africa. It is famous for its whitewashed hillside medina (old city) and holds the palace of the sultans also known as Dar El Makhzen. You can explore the grand Socco or as the locals call it “Souk Dakhel (market). Or enjoy a walk on the beach baordwalk or “Playa” or the nearest Marina. Or discover the Kasbah and its narrow hilly streets, or walk to “Sour Maagazine” or the Wall of the lazy and enjoy a breathtaking view of the old port and the Atlantic ocean from the city center.

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