North of Morocco





Chauen was one of the main bases of the Spanish army, and in this city the ceremony of transfer of sovereignty of the region to Morocco took place, lowering the Spanish flag, in 1956. The custom dates back to the 15th century, when Jewish refugees fleeing the Spanish inquisition settled in large numbers in Chaouen and carried with them their tradition of painting things blue to reflect heaven as a way of representing God.


Organized tour of 7 days in the North of Morocco. Departure from Fez or Tanger.

Day 1: Fez

Transfer from the airport to your hotel. After registration, free time.

Day 2: Visit to Fez

In the morning with our local guide you visit Fez, the historical and cultural capital of the country.

Day 3: Fez- Meknes- Roman Ruins Volubilis - Chaouen

Departure from Fez to the north of Morocco visiting the capital Alawite Meknes from the 16th century. Then towards the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Visit, photos and lunch on the go. Then you continue to Chaouen, a white and blue town located on the Rif peaks.

Day 4: Chaouen

Free day in Chaouen, where you can take a walk through its charming alleys.

Day 5: Chaouen - North Coast - Tetouan - Martil - Fnidq - Ceuta - Tangier - Asila

Departure from Chaouen towards the most northern tip of Africa bordering the Mediterranean via Tetouan, Martil, Fnidq and if you are interested in visiting the Spain of Africa you can make a stop in Ceuta and see the border where there are hundreds of people who export product loading their backs from Spain. Then we go to Tangier to visit its medina, lunch in Tangier and then continue to Asila, the city that has the most beautiful medina in Morocco.

Day 6: Asila

Free day in Asila, where you can visit its fabulous medina and its beach on the Atlantic coast.

Day 7: Asila - Tangier Airport

At the agreed time, transfer to Tangier airport.


These are just some examples of Tours and excursions that we offer. The PRICES of Tours and excursions vary according to the type of accommodation chosen and the number of travelers. For a personal budget, contact us.

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The roman city

It is an ancient Roman city where the best preserved and most visited archaeological remains of Morocco are found. The area was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1997. Vol├║bilis covers 40 hectares and is located 33 kilometers north of Meknes. Its name in Arabic is pronounced Oualili or Walili. Excavations show that the first inhabitants of the city were the Carthaginians in the 3rd century B.C. Later, in 42 AD, the city was annexed to the Roman Empire. The Roman city came to have more than 20,000 people dedicated mostly to the cultivation of wheat, since production was ordered by Rome. Vol├║bilis was part of the Roman Empire until the end of the 3rd century, when it remained in the hands of Berbers, Greeks, Syrians and Jews.



The city of the warrior king

If the forty kilometers of impressive walls that surround the imperial city of Meknes could speak, surely they would do so about a character as important to Morocco as cruel to his subjects. They would speak of beheadings, concubines, and servitude. They would speak of vast armies of Christian slaves. They would speak, in short, of Alaouita Ismail Ibn Sharif, the warrior king. Ismail, the second son of the Sultan of Morocco, inherited a country very fragmented into Berber and Bedouin tribes upon the death of his brother, Al-Rachid, who was unable to recover from the serious injuries sustained after falling from his horse. Upon arrival at the sultanate, Ismail decided to move the capital from Fez to Meknes, and ordered to surround the city with its famous walls and build a gigantic palace, built by an army of 25,000 slaves.



The white city

Tangier A melting pot of civilizations, between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, Tangier is the great gateway to the black continent. In a privileged setting of ocean, sea, forests and mountains, its temperate climate, its monuments and its museums have for years seduced Europeans, Americans and all the adventurers in the world. How many personalities of universal culture have sought inspiration in Tangier! Countless. Tangier is the closest African city to Europe, many times desired for its strategic position, since its founding in the 6th century BC, they have fought for their possession from Carthaginians to English passing through Romans, Phoenicians, Vandals, Spanish, Portuguese and French. 



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