Honeymoon Tour

Honeymoon Morocco

Morocco is a beautiful and romantic place with lots to offer to every couple. Morocco is a country rich in colorful culture, extensive history, and spectacular natural beauty, from the busy streets of Marrakech to the serene city of Chefchaouen with its blue-painted buildings. Couples can go on a hot air balloon trip over the desert, explore Medina’s winding alleyways, or go trekking in the High Atlas Mountains. Morocco’s food is certainly a highlight, with mouthwatering tagines, couscous, and mint tea to enjoy. Morocco is the ideal honeymoon destination for couples who wish to share a special and unforgettable experience, whether they are looking for adventure or relaxation.

12 Day Honeymoon Tour

Day 1: Arrive at Fes | Romantic Dinner with Photoshoot

Fez is a beautiful and historic city for honeymoon Morocco that’s full of tradition and charm, making it an ideal destination for a welcoming dinner with candles. As you arrive in Fez, you’ll be greeted by the mesmerizing architecture of the city, including the historic gates and walls that surround the Medina. For a welcoming dinner with candles, there is a variety of local restaurants or cafes that offer private dining rooms or outdoor spaces. Many restaurants in Fez specialize in traditional Moroccan cuisines, such as tagines, couscous, and pastilla, which are dishes made with layers of flaky pastry, meat, and nuts. You can also enjoy a refreshing mint tea or sample local wines and spirits. Additionally, you will meet a local photographer who will take a gorgeous portrait photo of the two of you to preserve this wonderful moment.

Day 2: Half-Day Medina Tour & Spa | Honeymoon Morocco

Fez is a charming, culturally rich, and historically significant city in Morocco. The sounds of the call to prayer, the aroma of spices, and the spectacular architecture of the city will welcome you as you arrive in Fez. One of the biggest and best-preserved medieval cities in the world is the Medina of Fez, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are bustling marketplaces, secret squares, and a maze of winding streets where you can discover everything from local handicrafts to delectable street cuisine.

The finest way to enjoy Fez is with a half-day Medina tour followed by a restorative massage at Palais Faraj. After your tour of the Medina, go to Palais Faraj, one of the best locations for restorative treatment. There are several different treatments available at this opulent spa and hotel, including massages, facials, and Hammams, which are traditional Moroccan steam baths. While receiving a soothing and revitalizing treatment, you may admire the breathtaking city views from the rooftop patio.

The Palais Faraj is renowned for its exquisite architecture and design, which fuses conventional Moroccan design with contemporary extravagance. After a hectic morning spent seeing the Medina, the hotel’s lovely gardens, fountains, and courtyards offer a peaceful and serene location that is ideal for relaxing.

Day 3: Sahara Desert via Azrou | Sunset Camel Riding

A wonderful approach to appreciate Morocco’s natural beauty before spending a romantic evening in the desert is to travel from Fez to Azrou for a monkey viewing. In the Middle Atlas Mountains, a small town called Azrou is well-known for its cedar forests and Barbary macaque monkeys. A guided stroll in the forest will allow you to see the monkeys in their natural setting and take in the breathtaking views of the surroundings.

Continue from Azrou to the Sahara Desert, where you may take a camel ride through the dunes at dusk. At sunset, the desert’s golden dunes are a magnificent sight, and they offer the ideal setting for a romantic photo shoot. You will reach a desert campsite where you will have a nice dinner outside after the camel ride.

A lovely and romantic ambiance will be created by the fire and roaming music, which is ideal for making lifelong memories. The traditional Moroccan food will be prepared over an open flame, which will give it a distinctive and genuine flavor. You can savor a variety of foods, such as tagines, couscous, and grilled meat while sipping a cool glass of mint tea.
You can enjoy stargazing as night falls and take in the desert sky’s seemingly unending expanse. A fantastic getaway from the commotion of daily life is the desert’s quiet and serene environment.

The evening will come to a close with a relaxing night’s rest in a charming bivouac, lulled to sleep by the sounds of the desert at night.

Day 4: Skoura via Tinghir & Gorges | Honeymoon Morocco

Departing from the Sahara Desert to Skoura via Tinghir and Tora Gorges is an excellent way to experience the stunning natural beauty of Morocco. After spending the night in a traditional desert tent, you’ll travel to Tinghir, a lovely town in the High Atlas Mountains’ foothills.
From Tinghir, you can visit the breathtaking Todra Gorges, a series of narrow canyons and gorges carved out by the Todra River. The gorges provide breathtaking views of the towering cliffs and gushing waterfalls, as well as several hiking trails and viewpoint locations to explore. You will admire the dramatic landscape at Todra Gorges!

Continue your journey after exploring the Tora Gorges to Skoura, a beautiful oasis in the heart of the Moroccan desert. Skoura is famous for its lush palm groves, traditional kasbahs, and panoramic views of the Atlas Mountains. Once in Skoura, you can visit the many kasbahs and gardens.

Day 5: Skoura

Enjoy a leisurely morning before touring the palmeraie of Skoura, also referred to as the valley of 1000 kasbahs; a rich oasis bordered with huge palm groves that provide wonderful views of the Atlas Mountains alongside lonely landscapes. It is well-known for its rose culture. The Almohad ruler Yacoub el-Mansour laid up the palm groves in the 12th century and named them after their original residents, the Berbers of the Haskourene tribe. Here are some of the most magnificent kasbahs in southern Morocco. Many of them are still partly occupied. The 17th-century Amerhidil Kasbah is the most impressive of the kasbahs you will visit in this area. This fortified residence previously belonged to the Glaoui, the most influential family in charge of protecting the community and its lands. It is currently owned by the Sheikh of Amerhidil. You can explore the gardens on foot, bicycle, or mule, and enjoy pomegranate, apple, pear, fig, quince, and olive trees.

A romantic picnic lunch will be organized for you among the Palmeraie’s olive groves.

Day 6: High Atlas Mountains via Ait Benhaddou

Traveling from Skoura to the High Atlas Mountains through Ait Benhaddou and Ouarzazate is a fantastic opportunity to discover Morocco’s breathtaking scenery and diverse culture. Skoura is a lovely oasis famed for its lush palm trees, whereas Ait Benhaddou is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and fortified settlement that is one of Morocco’s most recognizable attractions.
As you make your journey to Ait Benhaddou, you’ll pass through Ouarzazate, a lively city known as the “Gateway to the Sahara.” Ouarzazate is famed for its remarkable architecture, especially the UNESCO World Heritage Site Taourirt Kasbah.
Continue your journey to the High Atlas Mountains after exploring Ait Benhaddou.

The High Atlas is a beautiful mountain region that is home to many traditional Berber settlements and provides excellent hiking and trekking opportunities. You can explore the famed Toubkal National Park, walk to the summit of Mount Toubkal, or simply rest and enjoy the spectacular mountain views.

Day 7: A Short Trekking Experience with a Berber Picnic

A day at leisure in Honeymoon Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains allows you to immerse yourself in the natural splendor of the country’s highest mountain range. You may simply relax and enjoy the scenery, or if you’re feeling more ambitious, plan a short trekking excursion with a Berber picnic. If you want to relax, you can stay at a mountain resort or visit a nearby Berber town to learn about the local culture and hospitality. You can also take a scenic drive and stop at several locations to soak in the gorgeous surroundings. If you prefer a shorter journey, you can hire a guide to lead you through the trails, choose a path that suits your fitness level and interests, and have a Berber picnic with traditional Moroccan delicacies amid the mountains’ natural splendor. A day at leisure in the High Atlas Mountains is sure to be a unique and unforgettable experience, whether you opt for a relaxed day taking in the vistas or an active day exploring the mountains.

Day 8: Marrakech & Afternoon Spa at Royal Mansour

After spending some time in the High Atlas Mountains, it’s time to return to Marrakech. When in Marrakech, an afternoon spa treatment at the Royal Mansour is a great way to unwind and relax. 

When you arrive at the Royal Mansour, you will be greeted and shown to the luxury spa area. You’ll be shown around the facilities before being escorted to your private treatment room, where you may change into a relaxing robe and slippers.
The Royal Mansour’s spa is a wonderful heaven of calm, offering a variety of therapies to soothe and restore the body and mind. A classic Moroccan Hammam, a relaxing massage, or a nourishing facial are among the services available. The knowledgeable therapists will make certain that you depart feeling refreshed and energized.
After your spa treatment, you can enjoy the spa’s various amenities, which include a Hammam, sauna, steam room, and Jacuzzi. Relax in the soothing environment and let the stress of travel wash away.
In the end, you can unwind with a traditional Moroccan afternoon tea in the spa’s tranquil surroundings.

After your afternoon of pampering, you’ll feel renewed, invigorated, and ready to tackle the rest of your journey.

Day 9: Full Day Medina Tour Inc Majorelle Garden

Our Medina tour includes a stop in the historic old town, which is noted for its lively souks (markets) brimming with traditional handicrafts, textiles, and spices. We will walk through the Medina’s tiny alleyways, enjoy the classic architecture of the buildings, and learn about the city’s history and culture. A visit to the Majorelle Garden, a stunning floral garden constructed by the French painter Jacques Majorelle in the 1920s and later restored by the fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, is one of the highlights of a Medina tour. The park has a wonderful array of flora, fountains, and brilliant blue buildings that hold a Berber culture museum.

In the afternoon, we will enjoy cocktails at La Mamounia. La Mamounia is a Marrakech luxury hotel famed for its gorgeous decor, superb cuisine, and stunning grounds. In the afternoon and evening, it is a popular spot for cocktails and drinks.

Day 10: Romantic Hot Air Balloon | Side Car Experience

Enjoy a peaceful balloon trip while admiring the stunning surroundings of Marrakech! Admire the magnificent city of Marrakech from a great height during this morning’s hot air balloon flight. On this thrilling journey, you’ll see the sights visible from the air while admiring the stunning desert landscapes. This is a unique and fascinating way to experience Marrakech. Take a sidecar trip through Marrakech’s streets, journey through the palmeraie and pass through little towns, or rally through the Ville nouvelle. The motorcycles are Urals, which are authentic Russian replicas of the 1938 BMW R71 and can seat two persons in the sidecar.

On your free day in Marrakech, there are numerous activities you may do to explore the city on your own. You can go to historic sites including the Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, and the Saadian Tombs. You can also shop for unique handicrafts, spices, and fabrics in Medina’s souks. If you’re interested in a Private Design and Shopping Tour, we can arrange for a private English-speaking expert to take you to some of Marrakech’s greatest boutiques and design studios. Explore the vibrant markets and souks for one-of-a-kind Moroccan textiles, pottery, jewelry, and other handcrafted items. A private tour guide can provide you with insider information on where to shop, bargain, and uncover the most authentic Moroccan things.

Day 12: Depart or Choose to Extend your Stay

Depending on your travel goals and interests, you can choose to leave Morocco on your last day or spend another day (or days!). If you decide to extend your stay, Morocco Travel Organizer will discuss numerous places options to see in and around Marrakech.