Northern Circuit of Morocco

14 days

Indicative cost incl. flights:


A typical 4* holiday costs from

£3,560 per person


(Based on two people travelling. Low season can be a lot cheaper, and peak season or 5* hotels can be substantially more expensive.)


Speak to an expert on

01242 253 073

or add this holiday to your online quote

Day 1
You'll fly into Fez and be met at the airport for your private transfer to your hotel.
Day 2
Today you'll enjoy a private tour of Old and New Fez; slightly misleading names as even "New" Fez is 700 years old! Today will help you get to grips with this labyrinth of a city.
Day 3
Relax and explore Fez at your own pace. You could also learn a bit about Moroccan cuisine with a cookery class, some great skills to take home with you!
Day 4
Today you'll have a full day tour to the Imperial City of Meknes, Roman ruins at Volubilis, and the holy city of Moulay Idriss.
Day 5
Your driver collects you today for your journey into the Rif Mountains, for two nights in blue-hued and beautiful Chefchaouen.
Day 6
Explore Chefchaouen under your own steam; this town is very small so easily explored on foot for a few hours, meandering around the little lanes.
Day 7
Your journey continues on to Tangier today, and en route you'll stop by UNESCO World Heritage site at Tetouan and lunch on Morocco's beautiful Mediterranean coast.
Day 8
Today you'll have a private tour of Tangier, which includes a visit to its famous kasbah and marvelling at the views over the rooftops from the highest point in the city.
Day 9
You head south along the Atlantic coast today to Asilah, a small artistic town that's an ideal stop for some relaxing beach time. Stay here for the next three nights.
Day 10
Unwind on a free day in Asilah. Take walks on the beaches north of the centre, potter around the pristine medina, and take in the views out to the Atlantic.
Day 11
A final day for some relaxation in Asilah. Don't forget to wander around the town's ramparts and look out for the art galleries scattered across the medina.
Days 12
Today you'll head south along the coast to Rabat, the current capital of Morocco, for a stay of two nights.
Day 13
This morning you'll have a tour of Rabat with a local guide, including the dramatically-sited kasbah overlooking the river, and the atmospheric Chellah ruins.
Day 14
You'll have a private transfer to either Rabat or Fez Airport today in time for a flight home.

Everything we do is tailor-made; our itineraries are just suggestions to give you an idea of what is possible. Please contact us so we can tailor the perfect holiday exclusively for you.

Although the south of Morocco gets more attention and recognition, the north has just as much to offer in the way of incredible ancient cities, stunning landscapes and the chance for some beach time. This itinerary covers three of the four “Imperial Cities”: Rabat, Meknes and Fez, as well as Tangier with its chequered past, the mountain enclave of Chefchaouen, and Asilah – a quieter, less-developed version of more famous Essaouira.

The north is also more efficiently linked in terms of train travel, with most of these places well connected by rail. Some people use the network here and there to save money (first class tickets are extremely affordable) while others use it just for the romantic experience of train travel in a foreign land!

4 nights Fez – 2 nights Chefchaouen – 2 nights Tangier – 3 nights Asilah – 2 nights Rabat

Where you'll go

What you'll do

Where you'll stay

Similar holidays