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Splendors of Morocco
Luxury Gay Tour

Casablanca, Rabat, Fes, Meknes, Volubilis, Merzouga, Quarzazate, Ait Benhaddou, Marrakech, and more!

10 Days from Casablanca to Marrakech, Morocco

October 4 – 13, 2024

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Gay Morocco tourExperience the magical allure, where ancient traditions meet breathtaking landscapes. We invite you to join us on this small gay group luxury experience as we travel back to a slower time of aromatic mint tea in cool courtyards. Let’s stroll through sun-drenched bazaars overflowing with handmade jewelry and colorful tanginess. Morocco is a gateway to Africa and a country of dizzying diversity. Here we’ll find epic mountain ranges, ancient cities, sweeping deserts – and warm hospitality.

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Lodging is also a delightful adventure, whether we’re staying overnight in the Sahara in an exclusive tented desert camp or in Morocco’s most well-appointed and romantic Riads (traditional courtyard houses). With expert guides, learn the histories of Morocco’s ancient cities, discover ornate monuments to religious devotion, and savor one of the most diverse cuisines in the world.


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Splendors of Morocco Luxury Gay Tour Itinerary

Day 1 - Friday, October 04, 2024
Arrive in Casablanca, Morocco
"Marhaba!" This is the traditional greeting used in Morocco to mean a warm “hello and welcome!”

Today your flight arrives in Casablanca (CMN). On arrival, we are met by a representative of the airport where special arrangements have been made for us to pass through immigration formalities and clear customs. We are then transferred to our luxury hotel to start our unforgettable visit to Morocco.

Later this afternoon, discover the fascinating city of Casablanca. The name Casablanca evokes thoughts of good living, romance, and adventure in a tropical setting, an image that the 1943 Humphrey Bogart film conveyed to cinema-goers in the drab years of World War Two. Originally settled by Berbers in the 7th century, Casablanca’s fairly recent growth has made it the bustling, French-influenced business center of Morocco it is today.

Our visit starts with a tour of the magnificent Hassan II Grand Mosque, one of the two mosques which can be visited in Morocco. The mosque is amongst the largest in the world and can house as many as 25,000 worshipers. The mosque’s minaret is the tallest religious structure in the world

Hotel: Hyatt Regency Casablanca Hotel, Casablanca


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Day 2 - Saturday, October 05, 2024
Casablanca to Fes via Rabat
This morning, drive to Rabat, the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco and the seat of its government.

Start our tour with Hassan Tower, or Tour Hassan is Rabat’s most famous sight. The massive minaret dates back to 1195 and towers over the city and the incomplete mosque below, which was largely destroyed in an earthquake in 1755.

Continue our city tour of Rabat with a visit to Kasbah des Oudayas, a picturesque palace guarded by an impressive arched gate. Inside the Kasbah are some beautiful Andalusian gardens, as well as a broad terrace, where we can enjoy beautiful views of the river and sea while sipping a mint tea.

Next, continue on to the Mohamed VI Museum of Modern Contemporary art, a great introduction to Moroccan history and contemporary Moroccan artists.

At the conclusion of our tour, continue to the cultural heart of Morocco, the magical Fes. Founded in the eighth century, it is home to several famed historical monuments, among them the Karaouine, the world’s first university.

Hotel: Riad Fes - Relais & Châteaux, Fes


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Day 3 - Sunday, October 06, 2024
Take a step back in time to the Middle Ages with a visit to Fez El Bali, the world’s largest living medieval medina-city and the cultural heart of Morocco. Explore some of the 9,000 narrow lanes, alleys, and souks that make up the labyrinth of the city’s old quarter. The medieval Medina is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Fes was a renowned center of medieval learning and at its heart lays the Karaouine, one of the oldest, still-functioning universities in the world. In the neighboring building is the Attarine Medersa (Koranic college) (Closed), a jewel of Hispano-Moorish architecture, built in the 14th century. Continue on to Nejjarine Square, whose centerpiece is a beautiful fountain, made up of mosaics and elaborate tile-work. The nearby Fondouq (Caravanserai) has now been converted into a museum of carpentry artifacts.

Visit Dar Batha and the Museum of Moroccan Arts, which houses historical and artistic collections of wood carvings, embroidery, tribal carpets, and ceramics. Then, it is on to Fes El Jedid (New Fes), built by the Merinid Dynasty in the 13th century. Admire the Royal Palace, mosques, madrasas (schools), souks, and the city wall. Most notably, Fes El Jedid is home to the Mellah, the old Jewish quarter, which provides an interesting insight into Jewish architecture.

Hotel: Riad Fes - Relais & Châteaux, Fes


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Day 4 - Monday, October 07, 2024
Meknes & Volubilis
Depart overland to Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the largest and best-preserved Roman ruins in Morocco. With its triumphal arches, basilicas, and capitols, the Volubilis skyline is peppered with examples of Roman architecture. However, the greatest treasures of Volubilis are the superb mosaic floors, which have been excellently preserved and left in situ.

From here, continue on to Meknes, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Morocco’s great Imperial Cities. In Meknes, the impressive monuments recall the splendor of a city first built in the 17th century by the powerful sultan Moulay Ismail to rival the court of his contemporary, Louis XIV of France. During your visit, see the monumental Bab Mansour gateway, considered to be one of the finest gates in Morocco, as well as the Granaries and the Royal Stables, which were built to accommodate some 12,000 horses. You also have the chance to see Moulay Ismail’s Mausoleum, one of the few shrines in Morocco that can be visited by non-Muslims.

Hotel: Riad Fes - Relais & Châteaux, Fes


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Day 5 - Tuesday, October 08, 2024
Fes to Merzouga
Today, travel into the desert, passing through the impressive Atlas Mountains, and discover the Tafilalet region, famous for its savory dates and gorgeous scenery.

Erfoud is a largely French-built administrative center and is known for its delightful palm dates. Take a look at Erfoud’s quarry, where fossils have been found from the sea that used to lie here. Nowadays, the mining of these fossilized rocks is a growing and popular industry in this part of Morocco, and the fossilized rocks excavated here are used to produce beautiful decorative objects ranging from crockery to furniture.

Upon arrival to Erfoud head south traveling by four-wheel-drive vehicle along the desert dunes to your tented campsite. For your final part of your journey to the camp, exchange your four-wheel drive for a more traditional mode of transportation as you cross the final dunes on camelback to reach your camp. On arrival, enjoy a reception of mint tea and pastries followed by a sundowner drink in the dunes.

Later this evening, savor a mouth-watering dinner served around a campfire, or in a tent, complete with traditional entertainment. Watching the sunset over the high dunes of the Sahara Desert is a highlight of Merzouga Luxury Camp, set in the middle of the golden sand dunes.

Accommodation: Merzouga Luxury Camp, Taouz


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Day 6 - Wednesday, October 09, 2024
Merzouga to Quarzazate
Ouarzazate was once a stopping point for African traders en route to the cities of Morocco and Europe. You will pay a visit to the Todra Gorges and the even more impressive picturesque oases that they hide. Travel through the southern slopes of the High Atlas range, following the Dades Valley and passing flourishing crops, irrigation canals, and palm trees. Following the 1000 Kasbahs road, you will marvel at the breath-taking vistas of impressive, ancient Kasbahs nestled in lush palm groves.

Along the way make a stop to visit an amazing, small private museum in a Ksar near Tingherir, which houses exhibits that showcase the local art, culture, and history. Ouarzazate was built as a French garrison in the 1920s. Today it is a regional trade center known for pottery and carpets.

Hotel: Le Berbere Palace, Ouarzazate


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Day 7 - Thursday, October 10, 2024
Quarzazate to Marrakech via Ait Benhaddou
Today, travel through the stunning Atlas Mountains to reach the thrilling and colorful city of Marrakech. En route, stop in the fortified village of Ait Benhaddou, the most exotic and best-preserved Kasbah in the whole of the Atlas region. The village has starred in an array of movies, such as Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth, Gladiator, and The Mummy.

Continue by road over the Tizi n’Tichka Pass, the highest in the region at a height of 2,260 meters (7,415 feet), and stop to marvel at the panoramic views. As your journey continues, take note of the picturesque villages, passing by travelers going from one village to the next on foot or by mule.

Finally arrive in Marrakech. Pearl of the South, Jewel of the South, The Red City – just a few of the nicknames Marrakech has acquired over the years. Part Berber, part Arab, and part African, Marrakech is the heartbeat of Morocco where palaces and monuments of unrivaled refinement sit calmly alongside snake charmers and Gnaouan drums, pulsing constantly from Djemâa el Fna Square – the most exuberant marketplace in the world.

Hotel: La Villa Des Orangers - Relais & Châteaux, Marrakech


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Day 8 - Friday, October 11, 2024
This morning, we will each take a seat in a horse-drawn carriage for a ride through Marrakech’s famous, beautiful gardens which are dotted around the city. The area is fed by a basin that was created to irrigate the surrounding gardens and orchards using a sophisticated system called Qanat. The basin is supplied with water via an old hydraulic system that conveys water from the mountains located nearly 20 miles away.

We begin with a visit to the Menara gardens, which date back to the 12th century and are set among extensive orchards and olive groves. At the center is a rectangular pool with a fabulous view of the Atlas Mountains.

From here it’s on to visit the Jardin Majorelle (Majorelle Gardens), originally designed in 1924 by French artist Jacques Majorelle. After taking up residence in Marrakech, Majorelle transformed the property’s existing garden into a tropical paradise, surrounded by vivid cobalt blue buildings with verdant exotic groves, lily-covered pools, and enormous sculptural cactuses.

These peaceful garden settings offer a variety of exotic plants such as bamboo, cacti, bougainvillea, and palms. Streams and fish-filled pools also flow through the tranquil gardens.

Near the Majorelle Gardens, is the Yves Saint Laurent Museum, where the most precious YSL works are gathered. Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé fell in love with the colors of Marrakech and therefore resided here for some of the most beautiful years of their lives.

The Museum, a 43,000-square-foot building, was designed by the Paris-based firm Studio KO. Inspired by contemporary and Moroccan architecture, we will find blues and greens on one side of the entrance hall, reds, and tangerines on the other.

The museum has a bookshop, research library, an auditorium, and a cafe serving French-leaning fare with a terrace overlooking a reflection pool.

Hotel: La Villa Des Orangers - Relais & Châteaux, Marrakech


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Day 9 - Saturday, October 12, 2023
Today, we discover the Mysteries of Marrakech and the city’s architectural attractions, the majority of which are located inside the Medina, the old walled section of the town.

Together, we begin by exploring the labyrinthine souks and perhaps indulge in some shopping! Souk Smarine is an important thoroughfare, traditionally dominated by the sale of textiles, clothing, and Moroccan handicrafts. This maze of colorful alleys and small squares is home to a bewildering array of stalls and ateliers devoted to specific crafts.

Next, we will explore Jemaa El Fna, the city’s main square, which is home to a multitude of street artists and food stalls. Over the years the square has become the beating heart of Marrakech, where fire-eaters, acrobats, snake charmers, and street musicians perform at every turn.

We’ll continue to the Koutoubia Mosque, an emblem of Marrakech. It is not possible to enter the mosque, but its beauty can be admired from the gardens and the square. Built-in the 12th century, the Koutoubia’s minaret is one of the highlights of Islamic religious structures in North Africa and the inspiration for the architects of the Giralda in Seville and the Hassan Tower in Rabat. This famous landmark dominates the local skyline and can easily be spotted from all over Marrakech.

Our small gay group will take a look at the Dar El Bacha. Formally the private residence of Thami El Glaoui (who ruled over Marrakech from 1912 to 1956), Dar El Bacha Palace has historically hosted magnificent celebrations and receptions in the presence of the Greats of this world, including Winston Churchill and Jacques Majorelle. After several years of heavy rehabilitation work, the palace was reopened by his Majesty King Mohamed VI in 2017. The colorful, geometric tiles painted ceilings and carved cedarwood is an exhibition on their own, but the palace also boasts an area for the Art of Islam, an international collection of Patty Cadby Birch that represents the four continents as well as a private, temporary, exhibition space.

Hotel: La Villa Des Orangers - Relais & Châteaux, Marrakech


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Day 10 - Sunday, October 13, 2024
Departure Marrakech, Morocco
Today, bid farewell to Morocco as you depart for the airport, where your international departure flight awaits.

Our representative collects you from your hotel and accompanies you to the airport, where you are assisted with the check-in formalities.


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Journey Highlights

• A small gay group of like-minded travelers

• Venture into the Sahara by 4×4 and Camelback

• Stay in a Luxury Tented Camp

Explore Fez el-Bali, Morocco’s cultural heart, on a guided walk through its winding alleyways and past its myriad souks

• Tread the ancient Roman paths at Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Discover Marrakech at its most authentic, taking its sights, sounds, and scents of its UNESCO-listed Medina

Visit local artisans works still reflect the influences of Morocco’s historic Roman, Moorish, and Berber cultures


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Included in this Journey

• Meet & Greet and Fast track service upon arrival at Casablanca Airport

• 5-Star Deluxe Accommodation throughout

• Daily Breakfasts

• Welcome Dinner in Casablanca

• 8 Lunches & 4 Dinners

• Private English-speaking guide

• Transfers and excursions by a private modern air-conditioned bus

• All entrance fees to the sites mentioned in the itinerary

• Excursion in Desert camp by a 4×4 vehicle and Camel Ride

• Portages at Airport and Hotels

• Fully escorted


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Not Included in this Journey

• International Airfares

• Visa Fees (If applicable)

• Gratuities

• Meals not mentioned in the program

• Travel Insurance (Highly recommended)

• Personal expenses

• Airport taxes (if any)

• Covid-19 Test (if applicable)


Hyatt Regency Casablanca Hotel


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Hyatt Regency Casablanca Hotel, Casablanca

Located 600 m away from the Casablanca's old Medina and markets, Hyatt Regency Casablanca features an outdoor swimming pool, 2 restaurants, a bar and a spa and wellness centre with sauna, Hammam, and beauty treatments.

Provided with free Wi-Fi, all of the air-conditioned rooms and suites at Hyatt Regency Casablanca are overlooking the Art Deco or Hassan II mosque.


Hyatt Regency Casablanca room


Guests can have a glass of wine or a cigar at the Cafe M or the Living Room. Buffet breakfast is served at the Bissat restaurant. Live music and shows are organised at the Dar Beida, one of the on-site restaurants.

Hyatt Regency Casablanca also features a 24/7 fitness centre and a spa. The wellness centre includes steam room, sauna and massage rooms.You can enjoy playing squash in the two squash courts.


Riad Fes - Relais & Châteaux


Riad Fes - Relais & Châteaux, Fes

Located in the heart of Fes medina, this Riad is a 15 km drive from Fes International Airport. It offers air-conditioned rooms and suites with oriental furnishings, a pool and a panoramic terrace with views of the Atlas Mountains.

At the guest house every room is fitted with air conditioning, a seating area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a safety deposit box and a private bathroom with bathrobes and slippers. All units will provide guests with a desk and a kettle.


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The Fes Riad’s restaurant serves authentic Moroccan and international cuisine. Meals can be served in the hotel’s dining room or on the roof-top terrace. Guests can also enjoy wine-tasting experience at the property.

Guests can relax in the outdoor swimming pool or hammam. The Riad also provides a 24-hour reception with a currency exchange service and a tour desk.


Merzouga Luxury Camp


Merzouga Luxury Camp, Taouz

Merzouga Luxury Desert Camp is your special home in Morocco. It demands nothing much of you, but to relax and gaze at the ever-changing colors of the desert. Situated in the quiet and idyllic sand dunes of Erg Chebbi, this splendid desert camp caters to your memorable vacation.

This Private Luxury Camp offers Ten spacious luxury tents with a sense of comfort and prestige. The Private Camp is designed for those who enjoy the peace that utter silence can afford.


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Getaway for a day or two and revel in the luxury atmosphere, reflecting or taking walks in one of the most enchanting Sahara Desert of the world.

Enjoy your special night under the stars at this beautiful Oasis in a premium tented camp. Experience a camel ride at sunset and sunrise from the top of the dunes. Your desert experience includes an authentic Moroccan dinner under the stars and breakfast in the morning.


Le Berbere Palace, Ouarzazate


Le Berbere Palace, Ouarzazate

Located in Ouarzazate town centre, the Berbère Palace is just 5 minutes drive from the famous Kasbah de Taourirt. It offers an outdoor swimming pool and a Spa centre with a hammam, sauna and hot tub.

Each room and suite at Berbère Palace is air conditioned and equipped with free Wi-Fi access and satellite TV.


Le Berbere Palace room


Rooms also have en suite facilities and a private balcony or terrace.

The Berbere features 4 restaurants that serve French, Italian, Asian and traditional Moroccan cuisine. Breakfast is served on the terrace and guests can enjoy a cocktail at the piano bar.


La Villa Des Orangers, Marrakech


La Villa Des Orangers - Relais & Châteaux, Marrakech

Villa des Orangers offers luxurious accommodation in a former palace located in the centre of Marrakech, just a 5-minute walk from Jemaa el Fna Square. It features 3 patios with orange trees and swimming pools and includes a wellness centre.

Each air-conditioned room is equipped with a minibar, free Wi-Fi access and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Every room has a private bathroom with twin washbasins, a bathtub and a separate shower. Some include a private terrace.


La Villa Des Orangers room


Breakfast is served daily and a bar is open 24 hours a day serving free, non-alcoholic drinks. You can also enjoy Mediterranean style cuisine at the restaurant. Lunch can be served by the pool, on the terraces or on the shaded patio.

Villa des Orangers has a hammam, a beauty salon, massage booths and a fitness room. A variety of traditional beauty treatments are on offer.


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Splendors of Morocco Luxury Gay Tour Prices

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$ 7,389

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$ 10,289

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Prices are per person in USD.

A deposit of $750 per person required upon booking.
Pay remaining balance in 4 payments on December 01, 2023; February 01, 2024; April 01, 2024. Final payment due by July 01, 2024.


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