Day 1: Tangier
Personalised welcome at the airport. Night at Nord Pinus.
Day 2: Tangier-Chefchaouen
Tour Tangier. Then, set off for Chefchaouen, the Blue City. Dinner and overnight in Lina Ryad Hotel & Spa.
Day 3: Chefchaouen-Tetouan-Fez
From Chefchaouen, set off for the UNESCO World Heritage city of Tetouan. Onwards to Fez for dinner and overnight at Palais Sheherazade & Spa.
Day 4: Fez-Ifrane
Tour Fez medina with an architect guide. Next, on to Morocco's 'mini-Switzerland', Ifrane, for an overnight at the charming Michilfen Hotel & Spa.
Day 5: Ifrane-Boulmane Dades
Set off for Dades Valley, often known as the Valley of Roses, due to the valley's widespread cultivation of roses. Dinner and overnight at La Perle du Dades.
Day 6: Boulmane Dades-Erfoud
Discover the Todgha Gorge and marvel at the beauty of the canyon. Take in the sunset at Merzouga Dunes. Dinner and overnight at Palais Masandoia.
Day 7: Erfoud-Chegaga
Head for Chegaga where you will see a "school on the road" and meet with the locals. Arrive at Chegaga Dunes on camelback (one of the only way to access the region). Dinner and overnight at your own private tent at Chegaga Azalai Desert camp, complete with live local music!
Day 8: Chegaga
Trek in the desert wilderness and take part in a bread cooking workshop in the desert. Take some time for a picnic in the dunes. Back to Azalai Desert Camp for dinner and overnight with live music.
Day 9: Chegaga-Foum Zguid-Marrakech
Tour Iriqui National Park with its lake. The nearest town of Foum Zguid is accessible by desert tracks. Dinner and overnight at Lodge K.
Day 10: Marrakech
Spend the day touring Marrakech in a motorcycle side-car. Overnight at Lodge K.
Day 11: Marrakech-Dakhla
Flight to Dakhla for dinner and overnight at Bal al Bahar Hotel.
Day 12: Dakhla
Day at Leisure. Dinner and overnight at Bal al Bahar Hotel.
Day 13: Dakhla-Casablanca
Back to Casablanca. Visit the stunning Mosque Hassan II, the 13th largest mosque in the world. Casablanca's art-deco area is also well worth a visit. Dinner and overnight at Le Doge Hotel and Spa.
Day 14: Casablanca
Morocco, also known as "The Western Kingdom", is characterised by the rugged Atlas Mountains interior, large tracts of desert, and a lengthy coastline on both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
s: Suitable routes for hardcore hikers and more easy going walkers. Dotted throughout the mountains are villages with friendly locals.
Casablanca: Morocco's largest city. Take a whole day to experience a taste of the city, old and new. Don't miss the Hassan II Mosque where one can see the sea-bed underneath the floor.
Chefchaouen: Nestled on the Rif slopes, Chefchaouen has drawn in artists and craft artisans. Experience the living culture of the blue-painted town.
Fez: With a superbly preserved Islamic heritage and a sprawling urban car-free centre, Fez is definitelyone of Morocco's 'must-sees'.
Marrakech: Famous for its markets, Marrakech offers sounds, sights, tastes, smells and more that you likely have never previously experienced.
Torda Gorge: Also known as Todgha Gorge, this geographical feature is a favourite with climbers and sightseers alike. Marvel at the pink and orange limestone cliff walls, glistening in the sunlight.
Money: Moroccan Dirham
Timezone: 1 hour ahead of GMT
Health: Recommeneded Vaccinations: Hepatitis A, Typhoid. Vaccinations to consider: Hepatitis B, Rabies, Tetanus
Water: In most places in Morocco, tap water and well water is not safe to drink. Water should be boiled, filtered or chemically treated. You can buy bottled water in most major cities and towns.