African Adventure – Easter Break 2020

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The African Adventure #1

02.04. – 10.04.

The African Adventure #2

03.04. – 11.04.

The African Adventure #3

04.04. – 12.04.

Quick Facts
  • Price: From 429€
  • Duration: 7 days & 8 nights (5 in hotels, 1 in Berber tent & 2 in bus)
  • Private transportation throughout the whole trip
  • Walking tours: Marrakech, Ait Ben Haddou, Fez, Chaouen
  • 6 Breakfasts & 2 dinners
  • Sahara Experience: Camel ride, sand boarding and night in the berber camp with party
Prices & Booking
Meet us There – What is it and how does it work?
Passport & Visa Information
Itinerary Outline
Prices & Booking

  • Standard Price – 439€
  • City Card Price – 429€
  • Meet us There Price – 389€
  • City Card Price for Meet us There – 379€

Included in Price:

  • 7 days & 8 nights (5 in hotels, 1 in Berber tent & 2 in bus)
  • Transportation by private bus to and from Cadiz (overnight)
  • Ferry tickets Cadiz-Tánger and Tánger-Cadiz
  • All transportation in Morocco done in good vans instead of big buses (Faster, safer and more fun!)
  • 2 Nights Hotel in Marrakesh with breakfast
  • Hotel in Dades with dinner & breakfast
  • Night in Berber tent in Sahara Desert with dinner & breakfast
  • Hotel in Fez with dinner & breakfast
  • Hotel in Chaouen with breakfast
  • Visit of Hassan II Mosque Square
  • Guided visit of Marrakesh
  • Guided visit of Ait Ben Haddou (Kasbah)
  • Guided visit of Fez
  • Camel ride in Sahara Desert (1 camel per person)
  • Sand boarding in Sahara Desert
  • Free time in Chaouen for souvenir shopping and further exploring
  • Trip photographer
  • Travel insurance*
  • All taxes included

* In accordance to Spanish Law, our insurance takes Madrid as departure city. If you are not a Madrid resident and would like an insurance that would extend the coverage to your home city, do not hesitate to contact us for further info. 

Not included in Price:

  • Anything not mentioned in “trip includes”
  • Dinners don’t include drinks.

Lunches range from approx. 5€ to 10€. There aren’t any activities that will cost you any money, as they are all included (No surprises nor hidden costs). To be on the safe side, we recommend a daily budget of 20€ for food and drinks. We will stop every other day at big supermarkets for snacks and drinks (Buying your food there you can lower the daily budget considerably).

Booking Information:

You can either book now at the bottom of this page or in our office on Calle Gran Vía 22, 2nd floor. If you have any questions please get in touch with us at [email protected] or +34 915 296 673

Transfers from one trip date to another may not be possible due to seat limitations, however if the option is available the process will cost 30€ to cover administrative fees.

*Please be advised that in accordance with our terms and conditions the City Card membership cannot be used to obtain discounts for anyone but the card holder.

Meet us There – What is it and how does it work?

Some (but not all) of our African Adventure packages over the Easter break will offer the option to Meet us There. This option is perfect for those who wish to skip the bus and ferry ride from Madrid to Tangier and take a flight instead. The flight is not included in this package, so you will need to book it yourself and send us the flight details. With these details, we will happily arrange your airport pick-up and drop off at no extra charge.

For specific details on arranging a Meet us There package for your selected dates, please visit the specific page for each trip date. There you will find everything you need to know!

Passport & Visa Information

Please make sure you have your passport with you and that it is valid for at least 6 months from the moment you enter Morocco!

You don’t need a visa (your passport is sufficient) if you are from the European Union, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Denmark, Finland, Guinea, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Korea (Rep. of), Kuwait, Libya, Liechtenstein, Mali, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Niger, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, or Venezuela.

If you are NOT from the European Union or one of the countries listed above, we are glad to assist you with the visa application process. Please send an email to [email protected] for further assistance.

Itinerary Outline

Day 1: Madrid

We’ll kick off our Moroccan adventure with a road trip from Madrid to Cadiz, where we drive throughout the night and arrive to the most southern tip of Spain, in the morning. Please, bring warm and comfy clothes to sleep on the bus! We’ll kick off our Moroccan adventure with a road trip from Madrid to Cadiz, where we drive throughout the night and arrive to the most southern tip of Spain in the morning. Please, bring warm and comfy clothes to sleep on the bus!

Day 2: Cadiz – Tangier – Casablanca – Marrakesh

Early in the morning, we will take the ferry from Cadiz to Tangier and touch down on the shores of Morocco. During the hour-long ferry ride, you can relax on deck and take in the beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean meeting the Mediterranean Sea. Upon arrival our minivans will be waiting for us to head to Morocco’s economic capital, Casablanca for a mandatory stop at Hassan II Mosque, world’s second largest Mosque (Mecca being the largest) and then continue our journey to the imperial city of Marrakech where we’ll stay our first night.Hotel accommodation is provided in Marrakesh.

Day 3: Marrakesh

After breakfast (included), we will get to experience the Moroccan culture at its best through a city tour including the outstanding Bahia Palace, and the Koutoubia Mosque with its famous minaret, built by the Al Mohades. After a free evening, you’ll also get to experience the charm of the famous Jamaa el-Fnaa market square which is spilling with delicious local foods, hand-crafted clothing and jewelry, and much more! Hotel accommodation is provided in Marrakesh.

Day 4: Marrakesh – Atlas Mountains – Ait Ben Haddou – Dades Gorges

Our day begins with a provided hotel breakfast so we can head towards Ouarzazate, known as the “Door of the Desert” through the Atlas Mountains, filled with stunning natural views, and then we will stop in Tizi n’Tichka for some amazing panoramic picture opportunities. We will continue south and follow the 6km track that leads to the village of Ait Ben Haddou, famous for its Kasbah (which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Several famous movies, such as the Gladiator and Game of Thrones were filmed in this beautiful town. Then we continue to the Dades Gorges were our accommodation will be waiting for us. Dinner included.

After breakfast, we’ll head up the mountains to experience one of the best views of the postcard worthy Moroccan canyons. We’ll continue through a path filled with beautiful scenery and unforgettable Kasbahs (Islamic Fortresses), each one unique from the next. After several stops, we will arrive at one of the most iconic places in the South of Morocco: the Todra Canyon. Cliff walls of epic proportions and immense beauty surround the channel of the River Todra; it’s a climber’s paradise!

Day 5: Dades Gorges – Todra Canyons – Sahara Desert

Time to head to the Sahara desert. We will only take the necessities as we take a camel ride about a 1 hour into the desert to reach our Berber camp. We’ll have the chance to sandboard the dunes and catch the sunset over the Sahara before heading to dinner at the camp in the Sahara desert. You can climb the dunes near the camp with a warm cup of tea and enjoy the peace and quiet of the desert and relax after the adventure-filled day. Finally, we’ll spend the night in typical Berber tents, under a spectacular canopy of stars. Accommodation in Berber tents and a very special traditional dinner included.

Day 6: Sahara Desert – Ifrane – Fez

After an unforgettable night in the desert we start with an early climb to the closest dune, to catch a glimpse of the sun rising over the dunes.. then a filling breakfast before we kick off a day filled with exploration through several quaint and beautiful towns in Morocco. First, we head to Rissani, the first imperial city of Morocco. We will go through Erfoud, which is rich in fossils and history. We will pass the Ziz Valley and take in the sights of the palm trees and canyons surrounding us. Once past the port of Tizi-n Talghomt, we will stop in Midelt for lunch.

Continuing our journey, we’ll venture through the cedar forest and stop to see the Moroccan monkeys in their natural habitat! Next, we will go through Ifrane (which has been called the Moroccan Switzerland) and arrive in Fez, Morocco’s cultural capital. Hotel accommodation and dinner are provided in Fez.

Day 7: Fez – Chaouen

After breakfast (Included), we explore one of the oldest imperial cities. Founded in 808, Fez is one of the first political, religious, and cultural capitals in the world and is truly incredible. We will begin the official tour at the Golden Doors of the spectacular Royal Palace. Next, we will wander around and inside the historical Medina, allowing the beautiful architecture and surrounding sites to transport us back over 1000 years ago. In Fez, you will get to experience everything: mosques, madrassas, karabansarais and several other cultural sites. When the tour is over, we will head to Chaouen, the famous “hippie,” fully painted, blue city. Hotel accommodation will be provided in Chaouen.

Day 8: Chaouen – Tangier – Cadiz

After breakfast, our local official guide will take us around unraveling some of Chaouen’s best kept secrets. After the tour we have free time to explore the blue city by day and go shopping before heading back to the harbor in Tangier, take the ferry to Cadiz and from there the bus to Madrid. Please bring warm and comfy clothes to sleep on the bus!

Day 9: Arrival in Madrid

Early morning, we will arrive in Madrid!

Leah has been living in and exploring Madrid since 2013 when she moved to the city for a simple summer abroad. She started the Citylife Blog in 2014 with the goal to share everything there is to know about her favourite place on earth!

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