ITINERARIES

Most itineraries begin and end in Casablanca, although your entry/exit city can be worked around, or into an existing itinerary. 10 day, 14 day and 21 day tours are available.

 

Tours

Tours are generally available May, June or July...working around the shifting, religious, fasting occasion of Ramadan, and also in the cooler months of September, October and November, again working around the shifting, religious feast of Eid LKbir. I can customise tours for any time of the year for groups of 6 or more people.

 

Accommodation

Accommodation is single or twin share, boutique style. All breakfasts are included. We live in the medina (ancient walled city) with the locals, most often staying in renovated riads (central courtyard homes).

 

Highlights

  • The medieval medina of Fes
  • 4 hour day spa indulgence in Marrakech
  • Cooking class in Essaouira
  • Chefchouen and the Rif Mountain Region
  • Volubilis ancient Roman ruins
  • Yves St. Laurents Garden in Marrakech
  • Sahara experience sleeping under the stars in berber tents
  • Camel riding on the beach in Essaouira
  • Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
  • Oualidia Lagoon
  • Fine dining in some of Morocco's best restaurants

My itinerary also offers you time out if you need it. There is a FREE DAY in every city or village that we visit. This gives you the opportunity to explore sights not on my itinerary or time to relax, however you choose.

 

Important Travel Information

TRAVEL INSURANCE:
is your personal responsibility and highly recommended to be purchased at the time of booking. I also recommend you register yourself with www.smartraveller.gov.au/ or your country’s equivalent body.

Passport

You should be in possession of a passport valid for at least 6 months beyond your intended stay in Morocco.

Visas

Australian passport holders do not require a visa for Morocco. Otherwise, check with your embassy/visa office.

Vaccinations

Consult your travel doctor.

Currency

Moroccan dirham are readily available in most Moroccan cities via ATM machines. Australian currency IS NOT accepted in Morocco.

Dress Code

Modest - preferably covered shoulders, knee length skirts and pants.

Physicality

All trips necessitate a reasonable amount of easy walking. All of our accommodation / restaurants have stairs either to your room and/or roof terrace for meals. Travelling light is recommended! Suits 40-70 years of age.

Please feel free to email me for a sample itinerary..........regards,

Colleen Cassar