Independent Morocco Women Tour

Morocco Women Tour

In Morocco, traveling independently as a woman may be a fulfilling and enriching experience. Morocco is a lovely nation with a fascinating past, a thriving culture, and breathtaking scenery. Morocco has something for every type of traveler, from adventure to gastronomic to art. The experiences you have in Morocco will depend on the area you travel to. As a solo female traveler in Morocco, you can have a delightful and unforgettable experience. Here, at Morocco Travel Organizer, we offer a fantastic Morocco women tour for solo women travelers. This itinerary could be reserved exclusively for one woman or a small group of four women. There is the option to change the schedule, or if the travelers have additional places of interest, get in touch to arrange pre- and post-tours to customize your stay accordingly.
13 Day Morocco Women Tour

We have a mix of male and female English-speaking guides throughout Morocco, and when you travel with us, we are on the ground following in the back each part of your stay to guarantee a smooth trip for you; Morocco is safe; we understand the need; we listen to tailor, make the tour to meet your interests; all locations of accommodation are picked carefully and close to the main attractions! Let’s discover together what this itinerary includes:

Day 1: Casablanca to Rabat Via Hassan II Mosque

Arrive at Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca and a transfer to take you to the mosque. Admire the Hassan II Mosque’s magnificence and architectural glory as it sits by the water. Spend some time admiring the delicate craftsmanship and exploring this wonderful religious site’s history. Later on, head to Rabat prepared to immerse yourself in the colorful atmosphere, rich history, and cultural riches of the city.

Day 2: Explore Rabat Medina Tour

A fascinating approach to learning about the city’s historic core is to go on a tour of the Medina in Rabat. Explore the quaint, winding streets while taking in the old-world architecture and lively atmosphere. Your private English-speaking tour guide will take you through the maze-like lanes of the Medina while showing you important historical sites like the Hassan Tower and the Kasbah of the Udayas. Discover the bright textiles, handicrafts, and spices you can discover at the vibrant souks, which are always busy. The afternoon is free for you to further explore Rabat at your own speed after the trip. You can take a stroll along the picturesque Bouregreg River, see the serene Chellah Necropolis, or unwind at one of the exquisite cafes in the city. You can explore the city’s extensive history at your own pace or just relax and take in Rabat’s laid-back vibe.

Day 3: Rabat to Fez via Volubilis, Moulay Idriss & Meknes

Our trip to Fez, which leaves from Rabat, brings you over a fascinating road with stops at interesting cities and towns. The ancient Roman remains of Volubilis are the first site on our itinerary. Discover the history of the Roman Empire in Morocco as you tour this UNESCO World Heritage Site and awe at the beautifully maintained mosaics. We proceed to the neighboring town of Moulay Idriss from Volubilis. The fact that Moulay Idriss I, the founder of the Idrisid dynasty, is buried in this holy town lends it enormous significance. Visit the mausoleum, take in the spiritual ambiance, and learn about the religious and cultural legacy of Morocco. We’ll then go to Meknes, an imperial city renowned for its vibrant Medina and rich architectural history. Visit the magnificent Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, an homage to the ruthless Sultan who made Meknes his city, and explore the majesty of Bab Mansour, one of Morocco’s most beautiful gates. We continue our journey to Fez, one of Morocco’s most recognized cities, after our investigation of Meknes. Fez, which is well-known for its UNESCO-listed Medina, offers an enthralling fusion of tradition, culture, and history.

Day 4: Private Medina Tour in Fes | Morocco Women Tour

A guided Medina walk through Fez’s mysterious alleys is a fantastic way to learn about the city’s fascinating history and culture. This tour through the historic, magical streets of Fez is an unforgettable experience. Your expert guide will share the history and legends of Medina with you as you wind through its maze of winding alleyways. You will see ancient buildings like mosques and madrasas, watch master artisans at work in their studios, and peruse the wares of local artisans in the busy souks. The tour gives visitors a glimpse into the everyday lives and traditions of Morocco. Your journey to Fez will be an unforgettable experience, steeped in the city’s fascinating past and captivating present.

Day 5: Fes Food Tour & Go, Local Cooking Class

In the morning, meet with your Fez Food Expert to continue walking around Fes. The history, traditions, and culture of the city will be discussed on your tour. Rich, diverse, and wonderful on its own, the food is. Taste fresh juice, dates, cheese, olives, fresh fruit, mint tea, and other delectable snacks after the main dish. Enjoy a variety of stops over the three to four-hour journey!
Participate in our authentic traditional Moroccan cooking experience in the afternoon. This is a wonderful experience that will teach you to cook as well as provide you the ability to interact with the community and stay with a welcoming Moroccan family, where you can acquire a personal understanding of Moroccan culture and everyday life. Be introduced to a real, bustling Moroccan family so that you may understand the actual meaning of true hospitality and spend lovely moments in a charming Moroccan home. Shop for the ingredients you need from the nearby market to make your favorite dish. Enjoy the warmest hospitality and the authentic Moroccan food that the Fez heritage is renowned for while temporarily assuming the identity of a Moroccan and cooking supper in a Moroccan family’s kitchen, an exceptional cross-cultural encounter.

An English-speaking private facilitator will be with you at all times on this private experience with Morocco Travel Organizer.

Day 6: Arabian Beauty Secrets Workshop

Attending a workshop called Arabian Beauty Secrets in Fez, Morocco is a once in a lifetime chance to pick up some secrets on how to look your best the Arab way. The use of natural oils, clays, and herbs, as well as other time-honored practices, will be introduced to you. Learn about the uses of argan oil, rose water, and henna, among other things. Learn about Moroccan beauty rituals that will leave your skin glowing and healthy. Learn the tricks to getting that Moroccan hair look. You’ll find more about natural and traditional methods for caring for your hair, such as nutritious hair masks prepared with argan oil and traditional style techniques. The only guarantee is that you will leave this workshop feeling completely enchanted.

There is a wide variety of activities and locations to discover when you have a day at your leisure. Fes is the heart of Moroccan culture and spirituality. Step into Fes el Bali, also known as the Old City, arguably the most fascinating and puzzling old city in the world. Fes served as an important crossroads for Islamic and Jewish culture throughout the Middle Ages. It is famous for its mosques, churches, synagogues, and other religious buildings. Exploring the souk’s specialized areas can be done while navigating the maze of alleys and tunnels and dodging donkeys carrying heavy loads. It’s not hard to envision yourself in the Middle Ages when you’re surrounded by madrassas, dye pits, and stalls offering fruits, herbs, and soups, not to mention the sound of copper being hammered and the sound of clucking hens.

Day 7: Sahara Desert with Sunset Camel Riding

An unforgettable journey from Fez to the Sahara Desert, where you may camp out under the stars and take in the breathtaking scenery of Morocco.

From Fez, you’ll be picked up by your private English-speaking driver and taken into the Sahara Desert to begin your tour. Get on your camel and let it carry you across the magnificent sands of the Sahara for an unforgettable experience. Relax to the gentle beat of the camels’ hooves as you take in the grandeur of the desert. Observe with awe the dunes’ transformation in hue as the sun sets.

Your sand dune-sheltered camp spot is within sight. Look as the sun goes down, turning the sky a beautiful shade of pink and orange. Enjoy a typical Moroccan meal by the light of a bonfire as the sun sets over the dunes. When night falls in the Sahara, the sky lights up with an incredible display of stars. Observe the splendor of the Milky Way and the stars in the desert’s pure sky. Desert stargazing is an incredible way to feel at one with the immensity of the universe.

Day 8: Sahara Desert – Skoura, the Valley of 1000 Kasbahs

A trip from the Sahara Desert to Skoura is a perfect opportunity to explore the beauty of the nation’s natural landscapes since we want you to see more of Morocco’s breathtaking desert scenery.

A little village in the Draa Valley called Skoura is well known for its stunning palm groves and historic kasbahs. Stunning oases, dunes, and rocky terrain will be encountered as we travel through the Sahara Desert to Skoura.

We can explore the numerous kasbahs in Skoura when we get there. Kasbahs are classic mud-brick buildings that date back to the 17th century. Formerly the homes of wealthy Moroccan families, these kasbahs served as fortresses against invaders. A walk through the town’s many palm palms, which create a lush oasis in the heart of the desert, is another option.

Day 9: Marrakech via Ait Benhaddou & Ouarzazate

Leave this morning for the well-known mud-brick community of Ait Benhaddou Kasbah in Morocco and the Atlas Studio Cinema in Ouarzazate. This well-known mansion of the Glaoui family has been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List because of its historical marriage-related value. One of Morocco’s most popular tourist destinations is Ait Benhaddou, which has remained largely intact since the 11th century and is located on a mountaintop. It’s likely because it appeared in Lawrence of Arabia, Game of Thrones, and Gladiator that you think you recognize the location. Views of the surrounding plains can be seen as you ascend the slope to the summit while wandering through the ancient town’s winding lanes. Take meandering roads across the Atlas Mountains from here to Marrakech, a historically significant and fascinating city wrapped in contemporary Europe. After you have settled into your lodging, you might like to visit Jemaa el Fna, one of the world’s largest public squares and a distinctive feature of Marrakech. As dusk approaches, there is a flurry of activity. The square is home to henna artists, performers, and storytellers in addition to a street food market where merchants sell delicious Moroccan food. Consider capping off your day with a cup of mint tea at the Red City of Marrakech at one of the rooftop eateries with views of the square.

Day 10: Private Guided Medina Tour | Morocco Women Tours

Today, after breakfast, you will go on a morning tour of the old Medina with your private English-speaking guide, passing by the bustling souks that act as the city’s throbbing heart. Marrakech is home to many buildings, locations, and artifacts that are crucial to Moroccan history in addition to being a hive of contemporary activity and expansion. Choose to visit places like the Koutoubia Minaret and Gardens, the Saadien Tombs, the El Badi and El Bahia Palaces, or Dar Si Said, which houses the Museum of Moroccan Arts. These are suggestions to discuss with your guide.

Marrakech is a feast for the senses and has been at the core of Moroccan life ever since it was founded about 1,000 years ago. It was previously the Sultanate’s capital, but it is now unquestionably the country’s center for culture and the arts. The French artist Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) spent forty years creating the elaborate gardens and Berber museum; a sizable amount of his collection is now kept at the Villa Oasis on the grounds of the gardens. A passionate botanist, Majorelle included plants from all five continents in the gardens. Previously, the museum housed Marjorelle’s studio, a Cubist-style home designed by Paul Sinoir. It has a striking blue paint job.

Day 11: Free Day at Leisure to Explore

Visits to mosques and castles, strolling through the crowded souks, feasting on Moroccan cuisine, taking in traditional music and dance performances, and relaxing in Hammams are just a few of the activities available in Marrakech. Marrakech is a genuinely unique location because it provides visitors with a sensory overload that delights and fascinates them. Please feel free to ask for advice and other information you might require.

Day 12: 4 X 4 Off-Road Village Experience

From Marrakech, your 4×4 off-road adventure begins! The scenery will change as you depart Marrakech, and you’ll start to take in the High Atlas Mountains’ spectacular magnificence. Take in the sweeping views of rocky peaks, deep valleys, and charming towns. The true adventure starts once you get to the off-road trails. The difficult terrain will be negotiated by your experienced driver as they lead you through rocky roads, mountain passes, and river crossings.

Your driver/guide will select an appropriate location along the route where you can stop and drink tea with locals. This is a chance to meet the locals who live in the mountains and benefit from their friendly hospitality. Enjoy a cup of traditional Moroccan tea, which is frequently served with fresh mint leaves and delectable sweets, while conversing with locals and learning about their traditions.

Day 13: Depart

After breakfast, your private English-speaking driver will be waiting for you to transport you to the airport.

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