6-Night Morocco Tour From Malaga: Fez, Meknes, Marrakech, Casablanca, Rabat And Tangier

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  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 7 Days
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  • Departure Time :
    6:30 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Malaga, Malaga, Costa del Sol, Province of Malaga, Andalucia
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    • If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.
    • If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.
    • If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.
    • Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Let the allure of Africa entice you across the sea for a 6-night highlights tour of Morocco, with 3- or 4-star hotel accommodation included. With a guide, exchange the beaches of Malaga for the heady souks, sights and sounds of Morocco. Enjoy coach tours of Fez, Meknes, Marrakech, Casablanca, Rabat and Tangier; and check off sights such as the UNESCO-listed medina in Fez, Djemaa el Fna in Marrakech and Hassan II Mosque in Rabat. Ample free time is also included, allowing you to discover Morocco at your own pace, too.


  • Breakfast included
  • Comprehensive tour by bus/coach
  • Fully narrated tour
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Multi-Day Trip

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Your 6-night excursion from Malaga to Morocco highlights the countrys rich history and culture. From palaces, mosques and medinas to beaches, gardens and mountains, this experience allows you to discover the best of the countrys must-visit cities. Choose from 3- or 4-star hotel accommodation, and enjoy two nights in Fez and Marrakech plus overnight stays in Rabat and Tangier; daily breakfasts are included, as are a few other select meals.


Day 1: Malaga to Fez (D)
After boarding your coach in central Malaga, travel to the coast, and then cross the Strait of Gibraltar by ferry to Morocco. Swap to a coach and travel onward to Fez, a city often cited as the spiritual and cultural center of Morocco, and your base for the next two nights. Check in to your hotel in time for dinner, and relax overnight.

Overnight: Tourist Class: Menzeh Zalah or Volubilis

Day 2: Fez (B, D)
Enjoy breakfast before heading out for your tour of Fez, a city renowned for its Imperial splendor. From the comfort of your coach, admire sights such as Fez Royal Palace, the Christian and Jewish quarters, and the enchanting medina: the city’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed stunner. Entertaining commentary from your onboard guide helps to bring each of the incredible Fez sights to life as you explore.

Spend the afternoon at your leisure. Perhaps explore the charming warren of streets and steps that make up the medina, or wander amid colorfully chaotic market stalls in the souks. Dinner and accommodation at hotel. Optional dinner with show.

Overnight: Tourist Class: Menzeh Zalah or Volubilis

Day 3: Fez – Meknes – Marrakech (B, D)
Savor breakfast in your hotel, and then relax on your short coach ride to Meknes, a gem of a city, not far from Fez. See its highlights on a whistle-stop coach tour of the sprawling central districts, and take in its impressive Imperial fortifications like Mansour Gate as well as several palaces, mosques, gardens and lakes.

Relax during a lunch stop (own expense), and travel onward to Marrakech via the city of Beni Mellal, nestled in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Check in to your hotel in time for dinner and relax overnight at your leisure.

Overnight: 3-star Atlas Asni or Golden Tulip or 4-star Atlas Medina or Kenzi Farah in Marrakech

Day 4: Marrakech (B, D)
After breakfast, head out to see the city of Marrakech by both coach and foot. Overlooked by the snowcapped High Atlas Mountains, Morocco’s cultural capital is home to fortune-tellers, snake charmers, towers, tombs and garden oases. Soak it all up as you explore with your guide and pose for photos by impressive sights such as Koutoubia Mosque, Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace and the bustling Djemaa el Fna. Translated as ‘place of the dead,’ the square represents the heart of Marrakech Old Town, and is a site widely lauded as one of the world’s greatest meeting places. See acrobats tumble, traders wander and dancers perform as locals stroll and visitors stand and stare.

Spend the afternoon at your leisure. Dinner and accommodation at hotel. Optional dinner with show. (own expense)

Overnight: 3-star Atlas Asni or Golden Tulip or 4-star Atlas Medina or Kenzi Farah in Marrakech

Day 5: Marrakech – Casablanca – Rabat (B, D)
Following breakfast, wave goodbye to Marrakech and travel north to Casablanca, Morocco’s business capital and the city forever linked with the names Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. After roughly 2.5 hours on the road, arrive in the city and see its sights during a short coach tour.

Pass Hassan II Mosque with its sky-piercing minarets, learn about the history of Casablanca’s labyrinthine medina, and admire the grandiose French-style architecture that abounds in Mohammed V Square. After a quick break for lunch, relax on the journey to Rabat, the country’s capital, where dinner at your hotel awaits.

Overnight:Tourist Class & First Class: Farah Rabat

Day 6: Rabat – Tangier (B, D)
Follow breakfast with a coach tour of Rabat, and discover its coastal sights as well as its beguiling Islamic and European architecture. On your city tour, look out for famous monuments such as the Mohammed V Mausoleum and Hassan Tower. Then, travel via the harbor town of Larache to Tangier by coach.

Stop for lunch (own expense), and enjoy your second coach tour of the day, this time of Tangier, the cosmopolitan coastal city that basks on the peripheries of the Med and Atlantic. Gaze out of your coach window to admire the palm-fringed beaches, mosques and shopping souks — all framed by the wind-whipped Rif mountain range — and learn a little about Tangier’s colonial history from your guide. After getting your bearings, finish with a drop-off at your hotel and relax over your tour’s final dinner.

Overnight: Tourist Class: Hilton or Solazur and First Class : Royal Tulip

Day 7: Tangier – Malaga (B)
Wake up to a relaxing breakfast in your hotel, and enjoy a morning of free time in Tangier to shop and soak up the sunny sights. Meet your guide at the prearranged time, check out of your hotel, and then travel back across the Strait of Gibraltar to Spain and Malaga. Your 6-night tour then finishes at the start point in the early evening.

Please note: Hotels are subject to change; if this happens, you’ll stay in hotels similar to the ones listed.


Professional guide

Air-conditioned vehicle

Six nights of accommodation

Meals as per itinerary (B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner)


Hotel pickup and drop-off

Food and drinks, unless specified


Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 7 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability

A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

Infants aged 3 years and under are free of charge, providing they do not occupy a seat on the bus

Any expenses incurred at the hotel (cot, additional meals, etc.) should be paid directly to the hotel

You must confirm and obtain any visa requirements prior to border crossing; all visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler

A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants

There is no bathroom on the coach

Each traveler is allowed a maximum of 1 suitcase

Passengers must pass customs control with their luggage

May be operated by a multi-lingual guide

Please note that hotel ratings vary between countries

Not wheelchair accessible

Near public transportation

Infants must sit on laps

Infant seats available

Most travelers can participate

Traveler Reviews

  • 03-Jul-2019

    Overall this tour was very good.
    Much driving (1600klms) in 3 big driving days.
    Remaining 4 days were within the imperial cities.
    Fes had too many "shopping experiences" - Felt a bit pressured to buy, buy, buy at times.
    Most on the tour were Spanish speakers (Guatamala and Mexico) with only 4 English speakers.
    Food was good with mix of western and local.
    Hotels were of varying quality and customer service within the hotels also variable - all to be expected in a developing country.
    Nevertheless, Morocco must be experienced for its history, intrigue and liveliness !

  • 19-Dec-2016

    Good Altinary and great tour guide

  • 23-Sep-2015

    We had a most enjoyable trip. Our Host was very good and the bus driver was excellent. The choice of hotels was very good. It was an interesting trip and we saw the key areas of Morocco.

  • 24-May-2015

    The tour provided a good overview of Morocco, though too much time was spent in busses. I thought the first restaurant stop in larache was awful as the restaurant couldn't cater for two tourist busses so we left without finishing our meal.
    The first 5*hotel wasn't even 2*. The last was excellent.

  • 22-May-2015

    This tour was worth doing and we saw many interesting sights but the organisation could have been better.
    Had I known that there were more than one pick-up point, I would have joined the tour in Marbella and not in Malaga and spent hours travelling in the bus from pick-up point to pick-up point.
    As I had booked on and English speaking guided tour, I had assumed that commentary would be in English and I was thus disappointed that about 80 of the touring party was Spanish speaking and that about that percentage of all commentary by the guide on the bus was in Spanish, with a sentence in English every now and then. Luckily during the city tours the group was split into English and Spanish speaking people and we had dedicated English speaking local guides.
    The 3 star accommodation was very good with beautiful and comfortable rooms and good meals.
    The bus driver did a fantastic job on the sometimes narrow and winding roads.
    There were a few deviations from the published program which were unfortunate. The en-route panoramic tour of Casablanca turned into a 5 hour tour, visiting everything I had seen a 2 weeks before during a cruise visit to Casablanca. I would rather have spent more of the time in Rabat. The panoramic tour of Tangier did not happen.
    The 90 minute coffee and meal stops at filling stations en route could be cut far shorter to give more time at the various destinations.
    Overall we enjoyed the tour.

  • 02-Mar-2015