Imperial Morocco

7 Days Tour

Casablanca | Meknes | Fes | Rabat | Ourika |Marrakech

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Tour Overview

07 Days - Imperial Morocco (Code: MORC)


Early Bird Offer


- Book 12 weeks in advance and get £50 off per adult and child

- Book 10 weeks in advance and get £30 off per adult and child


Tour Highlights


• Mohamed V square

• Habous district

• Hassan II Mosque Royal Palace



• El Hdim Square

• Dar Jamai Museum

• Bab Mansour



• Medieval Medina, Souks



• Kasbah of the Oudaya

• The Hassan Tower

• The Mohammed V Mausoleum



• Atlas Mountains



• Menara Gardens

• Koutoubia mosque

• Bahia Palace




Tour Itinerary

Day 1
Arrival Casablanca

Arrival at Casablanca airport. After clearing mandatory airport formalities, meet our local representative / drive in the arrival hall. Later proceed to your hotel.

Day 2
Casablanca / Meknes / Fes

After breakfast, proceed on a sightseeing tour of the economic capital which includes the Mohamed V square, the Habous district, the residential area of Anfa, the outside of the Hassan II Mosque, and the exterior of the Royal Palace. Next is the Imperial city of Meknes with its palaces and historic buildings including an impressive 25kms of walls, still standing today. Continue to the old city to see the El Hdim Square, Dar Jamai Museum, Moulay ismail Mausoleum, and Bab Mansour - one of the most ornate gates to be found in Morocco. Later drive to Fes
B, D

Day 3

Today we discover Fes, the oldest of the Imperial cities, which is well known for its spiritual and educational contributions to the Moroccan culture. Visit of the medieval Medina. You will also explore the famous souks where craftsmen still labour in the age-old oriental tradition.
B, D

Day 4
Fes - Rabat - Marrakech

This morning, check out and proceed to Marrakech. Enroute, we visit Rabat, capital of the kingdom and modern administrative center. On arrival, proceed on a city tour which includes the Kasbah of the Oudaya, the Hassan Tower, the Mohammed V Mausoleum, and the Royal Palace & Mechouar (from outside). Later drive to Marrakech. On arrival check in.
B, D

Day 5
Marrakech - Ourika - Marrakech

After breakfast, proceed on a day excursion to Ourika valley: a lush oasis of vegetation in the foothills of the magnificent Atlas Mountains. Despite it being so close to Marrakech, this beautiful green valley is one of the most pristine valleys in Morocco. On the way visit of Anima (André Heller) Gardens. The Ourika River pierces the foothills of the Atlas making the valley green with orchards and terraced crops. This beautiful valley is also punctuated by a string of small douar homes. Enjoy some free time before we head back to Marrakech for our overnight stay
B, D

Day 6
Mareakech - Casablanca

Today discover the beauty of the second oldest Imperial City - Marrakech also known as the "Pearl of the South". Founded by the Almoravides at the end of the 11th century, Marrakech sits in a lush oasis nestling at the foot of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. You will see the famous Menara Gardens, Koutoubia mosque, and Bahia Palace. Later enjoy some free time in the souks or the famous Jemaa El Fna square. Then drive to Casablanca.
B, D

Day 7
Casablanca Departure

After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your return flight.
B=Breakfast, D=Dinner

Other Information

2024 USD Dates & Prices



CHILD (2-11) From

APR - 29



MAY - 21



JUN - 24



JUL - 15



AUG - 26



SEP - 23



OCT - 26



NOV - 18



DEC - 23



Price per person based on 2/3 adults sharing a room

Child 2 - 11 years must share a room with 2/3 adults

Infants 0 - 23 months price is From $195 for a seat in coach only

Max occupancy per room is 3 person(s) excluding infants

Single supplement will be an additional $390


Early Bird Offer

Early bird Offer

Book 12 weeks in advance and

 get $65 OFF per adult and child

Book 10 weeks in advance and

 get $40 OFF per adult and child

Country Details




Visa Required










UTC + 1





Morocco, a North African country bordering the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, is distinguished by its Berber, Arabian and European cultural influences. Marrakesh’s medina, a mazelike medieval quarter, offers entertainment in its Djemaa el-Fna square and souks (marketplaces) selling ceramics, jewelry and metal lanterns. The capital Rabat’s Kasbah of the Udayas is a 12th-century royal fort overlooking the water.


The currency of Morocco is the dirham(MAD). The dirham is a closed currency, which means it can only be bought once you arrive in Morocco.

Additional Excursions

We design our itineraries so that all the necessary excursions and places of interest are included to give the passenger the best possible holiday at an affordable price. However, often, the tour representative or local ground operator will offer passengers additional excursions that are designed to enhance the holiday experience and are not included in the tour cost.


Breakfast will be provided at the hotels. The breakfast is usually in a separate dining area of the hotel and is usually a continental breakfast, which will consist of tea, coffee, bread, cereals, fruit and yoghurt.


Passengers can choose from vegetarian, or non-vegetarian (Jain or Halal will not always be available) meals. The meals are pre-set buffet, and a choice of menu is not available. Meals will be provided with tap water only.


Dinners are usually provided within the hotel or restaurant in a separate dining facility. You should always consult your tour representative if you are not sure of what ingredients a dish contains.

Foreign Office Travel Advice

For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office click on the link below to get Country specific details


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UK Residents



Not all hotels in this tour will have air-conditioning so you should carry a small portable fan with you especially during the summer months.


Please also note that not all hotels provide a kettle so if hot water is required for warming milk etc. in the hotel then it is advisable to carry a bottle warmer/kettle as well as a thermos flask. Passengers may also want to carry a small travel iron and hairdryer etc., as many hotel rooms may not have these facilities.


If you use services such as the phone or mini-bar or pay TV whilst in your room, you will have to pay the hotel directly when you check out; these services are not included in your tour cost.


The maximum occupancy per room on this tour is 3 person(s) excluding infants.

Other Advisories


Once in Morocco, you must carry your passport with you at all times.



It’s best to check the temperature before you pack for Morocco, so you know exactly what kind of clothing you’ll need. Sun cream is absolutely essential to protect yourself from the strong rays. You’ll need a hat or other head covering, too - and not just for the sunshine. Out of respect for local customs, you’ll need to cover your head if you’re planning to visit any of the country’s stunning mosques and religious sites. It can also help protect you from the heat and keep you warm when it cools down. For women, a headwrap or lightweight scarf is useful. It’s not just your head you’ll have to cover if you’re visiting religious sites - long-sleeved shirts, lightweight trousers, long skirts and maxi dresses are a great idea, as well as being cool and comfortable, so add them to your packing list. Don’t bother taking jeans, though; they’ll be uncomfortable when you’re walking around in the hot weather. Loose-fitting cotton trousers are a much better option.

Pick up and Drop off points & Times

Passengers should arrive at the requested airport, you will meet the tour rep directly at the arrival terminal at the destination.

You should always follow the protocol for flights as set out by the airline. You should check the board at the airport for any flight delays, change of gate number or any other useful information provided by the airline.

Visas & Passport

British nationals don’t need a visa to enter Morocco for the purpose of tourism for up to 3 months. When entering the country, make sure your passport is stamped. Some tourists have experienced difficulties leaving the country because their passport bears no entry stamp.


Morocco gets plenty of sun all year round. The northern and coastal areas have a Mediterranean climate with 30°C summers. Spring and autumn are warm and pleasant times to visit. Winters rarely get cold with temperatures around 20°C, but November to March has the most rain. Inland and in the south the climate gets more extreme. Close to the Sahara it's scorching in summer and winter nights get surprisingly cold.


We will accept lightweight manual wheelchair for travel, subject to them being capable of being stowed in the luggage hold of the vehicle. It is also essential that a family member is also on tour to push the wheelchair. Star Tour’s will also request hotels for suitably equipped rooms; however, this is only on a request basis and cannot be guaranteed.

For us to request a wheelchair for you with the airline, this request should be made to us in writing at the time of booking. The allocation of the wheelchair will be at the discretion of the airline/airport.

Home Pick-Ups

The map below can be used to check the price of a home pick-up. The map shows the price bands for each area we service.

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Pick-Up points

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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