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10 Days Morocco Tour Package10 days & 9 nights
INR 89,999

Morocco Trip Packages: Browse through a wide range of Morocco packages with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized Morocco trip packages with exciting deals & offers

In order to experience the exquisite appeal of the country, Morocco tour packages by Thrillophilia are curated carefully to quench the wanderlust of people having diverse tastes and preferences. These are packages comprising top places to visit and best activities to indulge in with a variety of accommodation options to choose from.

Morocco is a diverse country and so are the Morocco tours offered by Thrillophilia. Skillfully created itineraries will help you discover everything from epic mountain ranges, old urban communities, desserts to charming road theatres, spectacular new metropolitan wonders like Casablanca, Rabat and Tangier.

Thrillophilia Morocco packages have more than just some compelling offers and deals for you to choose from. After choosing a tour that suits your needs the most, you can further customize it by selecting your preferred duration and type of accommodation. Expect versatility in the form of a personalised package created for this cut of North Africa, that you are sure to enjoy every bit of!

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What are the best places to visit during the Morocco tour?

1. Asilah: Situated on Morocco's Atlantic Coast, south of Tangier, is the town OF Asilah. The old town or medina in Asilah is encased by gates and bulwarks belonging to the 15th century. The old town of Asilah is a cultural heaven that is remembered for its paintings and the yearly festival of Moussem Culturel International d'Asilah. Asilah is easily one of the most popular choices of vacationers visiting northern Morocco.

Adorned with artwork almost everywhere you look, Asilah has a myriad of Instagram friendly aesthetics. The location and planning of Asilah makes it biking friendly thereby further elongating the list of things you can do in Asilah. Travellers seeking to explore the city of Asilah can choose one of the Morocco tour packages offered by Thrillophilia depending on their choice of activities, for example whether they'd like a tour filled with sightseeing or one with lots of adventurous activities or one with a little of both.

Location: Asilah, Morocco.

2. High Atlas: High Atlas or Grand Atlas, is a mountain range found in Morocco, North Africa, the most elevated area of the Atlas Mountains. The High Atlas ascends in the west at the Atlantic Ocean and stretches an eastern way to the Moroccan-Algerian line. Travellers here can enjoy exciting activities aimed at both exploring the place and making the trip adventurous.

Thrillophilia Morocco tour packages welcome you on an inspiring expedition to the city of High Atlas that offers you a visual delight loaded with pecan and cherry trees, shops laying out an amalgam of regional specialties, villages like Imlil from where you can reach Jbel Toubkal, North Africa's most elevated mountain.

Location: Toubkal, Morocco

3. Essaouira: Essaouira or the Windy City is a port city founded on the Atlantic Coast of Morocco. Tour packages with Essaouira on their itinerary are lined up with visits to the terrific seaside, capturing vibrant landscapes as the backdrop of a beautiful city, exciting watersports and kiteboarding.

Avail the most exciting discounts on Morocco tour packages at Thrillophilia and make your trip to Essaouira inexpensive.

Location: Essaouira, Morocco

4. Sahara Desert: Sahara desert is a place brimming with secret, excellence and satisfaction. It is home to heaps of moving sand, rugged stones, lavish desert springs and old mud-walled fortifications. Morocco gives the most effortless accessibility to the Sahara, because of modest flights and great travel industry framework.

One can choose from a variety of exciting Morocco tour packages put together by Thrillophilia while looking to explore the Sahara Desert in the most budget-friendly manner possible.

Location: Marrakech, Morocco.

5. Ouarzazate: For those glad to go through a little while investigating the doorway to the Sahara, you'll discover a lot to keep you involved - here are the top activities in Ouarzazate. Address many arranging an outing to Morocco, and the solitary thing they think about Ouarzazate is the noteworthy Ait Ben Haddou.

Game of Thrones it appears has worked effectively for the city's PR! But then dissimilar to some TV-renowned destinations, this one is certainly worth a visit. Travellers can choose from a variety of Morocco tour packages by Thrillophillia in order to explore this beautiful destination that makes its mark on every itinerary.

Location: Ouarzazate, Morocco.

6. Oudaias Kasbah: Morocco tour packages at Thrillophilia are created by experts keeping in mind all the sundry details of Oudaias Kasbah. Today, the Kasbah stays an unconventional vacation destination, offering picturesque perspectives on the Place of Rabat, the Bou Regreg stream, adjoining Salé, and the Atlantic Ocean.

It is known for its unique blue and white dividers. Today the Kasbah is likewise an UNESCO World Heritage Site. A site adjoining the Kasbah is utilized as one of the show scenes for the yearly Mawazine concert in Rabat.

Location: Lot Abtal Numero 37 Temara, Rabat, Morocco.

7. Volubilis: Partially excavated, Volubilis is located close to Meknes in Morocco. It is a place of great archaeological significance. It has a lot of preserved pillars and other archaeological remains.

The entrance fee to this place is usually seen as expensive (70 MAD) but once you reach the place, you realize how the place is totally worth the expenditure or you can avail one of our exciting Morocco tour packages discount offers for the same.

Location: Near Meknes, Morocco.

8. Dades Valley: Extending from the High Atlas Mountains in the north to the rough Jbel Sarho in the south, the Dades Valley is dissipated with desert gardens, palm forests and expound kasbahs. Hiking, rock climbing and rafting are some of the most popular activities taken up by tourists visiting the Dades Valley. People can dine at a local patisserie before heading to hike, raft or climb.

The place is known for its spectacular landscapes and locals that are kind and welcoming who make it easier for tourists from faraway places to adapt to the new surroundings. People seeking to explore Dades Valley can choose a suitable Morocco tour package depending on whether they want a trip that is leisure friendly or one that is adrenaline driven.

Location: Dadès Gorges, Morocco.

9. Aït Ben Haddou: Aït Ben Haddou is a site of cultural significance situated between Sahara and Marrakech, Morocco. It is seen as a remarkable example of Moroccan Clay Architecture. Morocco tour packages have a variety of safaris, sightseeing, wildlife activities to choose from.

There is practically no rainfall throughout the year in Aït Ben Haddou. The duration best suited for visiting Aït Ben Haddou is between April and November for the temperature ranges between warm and hot. Any other time before or after the latter mentioned months is lined up with days inconveniently extreme temperatures.

Location: Ouarzazate, Morocco.

10. Rose Valley: The Valley of the Roses has been cut by the Assif M'Goun stream as it bends in the road its way down to the town of Kalaat M'Gouna. A thrilling blustery 30 km cleared street runs close by the stream, with superb perspectives on the hypnotizing red stone/green valley blend.

While the landscapes of Rose Valley and the Flower festival here have not once failed to steal the show, there is something else that is equally popular in, of and from the Rose Valley - the fragrant, dainty rose made products.

Location: Roses Valley Morocco.

11. Dakhla: Dakhla is a city situated in the south of Morocco, earlier called Villa Cisneros in accolade for Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros. The city is known most importantly for its vacationer resources, and has been positioned since 2014 as the best position for water sports around the world.

Kitesurfing is an extremely popular activity in Dakhla but it certainly isn't the only one. Sand golf, visiting the Dragon Island or the Imlili Desert are some of the other exciting excursions that tourists can partake in.

Location: Dakhla, Morocco.

12. Toubkal National Park: On your way to exploring Morocco you don't want to miss the most elevated mountain in North Africa: snow capped Jebel Toubkal (4167m), arranged in the core of the Toubkal National Park. Hiking to the top of Toubkal is the most heard of recreational activity in the area.

It is however not only the destination of this adventure that makes it exciting, it is the journey too. On your way to the top you'll witness some of the most spectacular landscapes lined with cedar oaks.

Location: Tubqal,, Rue Toubkal, Al Aaroui, Morocco

What are the best things to do during the Morocco tour?

1. Visit Casablanca: Positioned in western Morocco, Casablanca is a port city known for its Mauresque architecture. Casablanca is home to Morocco's largest and one of the world's prettiest mosques - Hassan Ii Mosque.

This mosque holds great religious and cultural significance for the people of Morocco and is one of the most visited tourist attractions there.

Location: Casablanca, Morocco.

2. See the medina in Fez: Palaces, old residences, Madrasas are some of the most picturesque elements of this area. Exploring Fez can however also involve buying or eyeing dainty ceramics, capturing vibrant cafes and museums.

Location: Fez, Morocco.

3. Meander through Aït Benhaddou: Exploring the Ksar of Aït Benhaddou, horse riding, and enjoying bike tours are some popular choices of vacationers visiting Aït Benhaddou. Close to Ksar of Ait Benhaddou is the Telouet Kasbah where remains of a citadel that belongs to the 18th century are found.

Location: Ouarzazate, Morocco

4. See the city of Marrakech: Marrakech isn't exactly in need of any introduction. It is the most notable city in Morocco. See the delightful Jardin Majorelle, visit the El Badi Palace or the Bahia Palace, go to the Ben Youssef Madrasa or take walks around pretty gardens. In Marrakech you simply cannot run out of things to do.

Location: Marrakech, Morocco.

5. See the Blue Village of Chefchaouen: Most towns and cities have particular elements inside them that act as the face of town/city but such is not the case of the Blue Village of Chefchaouen for here, the town itself is that particular element that makes it stand out.

Location: Northern Morocco.

6. Walk the desert at Merzouga: Situated close to the Sahara desert, is the small town of Merzouga. Adjacent to sand dunes on one side and a salt lake on another, Merzouga is a must-see destination where ever changing landscapes never truly change.

Location: Near Sahara, Morocco.

7. Visit the capital - Rabat: Situated on the Atlantic Ocean, Rabat is the capital city of Morocco. Some places a tourist must visit in Rabat are the Kasbah des Oudaias, the Royal Palace and the Hassan Tower.

Location: Rabat, Morocco.

What is the best time to visit Morocco?

The best and ideal opportunity to visit Morocco is during spring; i.e - from mid March to May or fall - September to October. The climate is warm and wonderful, in contrast to the cool temperatures and snow of winter, or the searing warmth of summer. The seaside districts can be visited all year round.

How to reach Morocco?

By Sea: If travelling from Spain, tourists can explore the option of reaching Morocco by sea.

By Air: The ideal approach to reach Morocco is by flight. About 15 air terminals are available in the country. Marrakech, a significant city here, is a simple three hours from Paris, two hours from Madrid, and only four hours a little ways from London. The airport is well connected with countries across the globe.

How much time does it take to get a visa to Morocco?

Processing a visa application for Morocco can take near about 3 to 5 working days.

What is the cost of a tourist visa in Morocco?

The visa charges for Morocco are as per the following: For a solitary passage (as long as 90 days): DH220 (appx. $23) For two sections (as long as 90 days): DH330 (approx)

How much does it cost to tour Morocco?

An excursion to Morocco for about a week generally costs around MAD2,766 for one individual. Along these lines, an excursion to Morocco for two individuals costs around MAD5,532 for one week. An outing for about fourteen days for two individuals costs MAD11,064 in Morocco.

How many days are enough in Morocco?

Five to seven days are usually enough in Morocco. Limiting the days of your trip should go hand in hand with sticking to a strict itinerary that covers almost all important places in Morocco like High Atlas, Asilah, Ouarzazate, Sahara, Marrakech etc.

What are the best adventure activities to do in Morocco?

1. Trekking: Availability of more than just some trekking friendly sites has made trekking the most famous adventure activity in Morocco. Jebel Toubkal, M'Goun Massif, Jebel Sirwa are some of the popular trekking destinations in Morocco.

2. Cross country skiing: Cross country skiing has been getting more and more popularity as an adventure sport in Morocco. This activity seems to attract the attention of not just tourists but also locals, as it is a super conducive sport in Morocco, with respect to its snowline of about 3300 feet.

3. Canyoning in the Middle-Atlas - Indeed you have presumably seen at this point that canyoning consistently appears to make our experience rundown and there's a justification that – this fun-fuelled experience includes you being inundated in nature and is appropriate for totally everyone.

Which are the best beaches in Morocco?

1. Agadir Beach - Agadir, on the southern Atlantic Coast, is Morocco's most well known sea shore resort town. European voyagers searching for a laid-back and very much valued, family-accommodating sea shore excursion can come here.

Morocco packages offered by Thrillophilia simply do not ignore how exquisite the Agadir Beach is and find themselves adding it to their list.

2. Mirleft - Sitting 129 kilometers south of Agadir, little Mirleft may not be too known as its northern neighbor, however for autonomous explorers who don't need a bundle bargain get-away, sea shore life at this coastal town is relatively better.

3. Essaouira Beach - This little city is a fine trade off. The focal walled old town, with strong seafront defenses that keep down the Atlantic Ocean's waves, is a labyrinth of wriggling rear entryways and an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Choose Morocco packages by Thrillophilia that have added your preferred beach to their itineraries.

What are the best historical places to see in Morocco?

1. Citadel of Ait Ben-Haddou - The Citadel of Ait Ben-Haddou in the southern Moroccan town of Ouarzazate is a dazzling site. The site was quite recently highlighted as Yunkai (also known as the Yellow City) in Game of Thrones that dramatically boosted the city's PR.

Morocco tours would be pretty much empty for culture vultures if they didn't include a visit to the Citadel.

2. Hassan Tower - The Hassan Tower is an amazing token of a mosque. The Hassan Tower is a 140-foot red stone minaret worked during the rule of Yacoub El Mansour. Inside the Hassan Tower are six levels, each with a lone room associated with inclines.

Morocco packages by Thrillophilia have added this gem to their list of half-finished, pretty Moroccan things.

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