Eurotrips - Morocco Grand Tour

9 days from 4th April 2020


This is a Deposit of 50€ to reserve your Trip. Unitrips will contact you directly in order to complete the payment. The Deposit value is non-refundable

Early Bird ticket (until 15/3)


Standard ticket


Departure: 4th April 2020

Meeting Point

From various dfferent cities around Spain. Although we do not offer departures via bus from Lisbon, you can easily catch a low cost flight and join us in Marrakesh for the beginning of the tour.

Meeting Time

To be confirmed

The most extensive and intensive tour you'll find around Morocco! Leaving from Spain, we will cross the Gibraltar Strait to visit famous and breathtaking imperial cities.

Prepare yourself to admire Chefchaouen, the famous blue smurf village, the Mauritani coast which is located on the Sahara border, known for the biggesr ship graveyard in the world. The increible Rif Mountains, Fez- the cultural capital of Morocco and lots more!

And of course, you will have a once in a lifetime experience during your visit to the Sahara Desert. We will spend the night under a sky full of the clearest stars you'll have ever seen, surrounded by huge sand dunes.

What are you waiting for?! Join us on this incredible trip around Morocco!

Note: This Trip, as well as other Eurotrips, are organised by Unitrips in partnership with Erasmus Life Lisboa.

☑ Transport in comfy european bus from Spain to Morocco
☑ Boat Journeys between Tarifa/Algeciras and Ceuta/Tangier
☑ Guided tours in several cities
☑ 8 nights
☑ 6 breakfasts
☑ Moroccan style Dinner and Party in the desert
☑ Tour leaders throughout the trip
☑ Many Surprises! 

Trip by days

The bus will depart from different points in Iberian Peninsula to take us to the far south of the Iberian Peninsula, where we will get on board a comfortable ferry that will pass from one Hercules’ column to the next, the end of the world according to the Romans.

After we have passed border control, we will start our trip from the green Mediterranean to the idyllic smurf village, the blue town of Chefchaouen, which was originally Jewish.

After a tasty breakfast we will head up the Rif Mountains, famous for marijuana farming, heading towards Fez, the cultural capital of Morocco for being the home of the world’s most famous university.

We will visit Fez with an official guide and lose ourselves in the 8000 streets in the labyrinth Medina. We will pass through the Koranic school, leather dyeing factories and its markets full of different colors and aromas.

Get out of bed! It’s time to go to the desert!

In the morning we will get on our way south towards Rissani, where yohistoriclyu’ll be left speechless admiring the Erg Chebbi Dunes, the tallest in Morocco. When the sun goes down, we will meet some charming dromedary friends and will start our journey to the Haimas camp (1h 30 mins approximately) where you can enjoy the game of shadows that is cast as the sun sets on the dunes. Here we will have a dinner and will enjoy the entertainment of our berber friends, or if you’re not in a party mood, feel free to enjoy a romantic night under the Saharan stars!

Today, we will get up early to see the Sun rise from behind the dunes. We’ll then head back to the hotel on our dromedaries and take advantage of a relaxing shower and comforting breakfast and leave in the direction of Marrakesh, passing views of a climber’s paradise. After some snaps, the bus will take us to the great gate of the desert: Ouarzazate.


In the morning we will wake up soon to enjoy another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Morocco: Aït Ben Haddou. Here, we will visit the famous Kasbah, i.e., a fortified village made of mud and straw. From here we will climb the oldest and winding roads which provide access to the Atlas mountains, the highest mountains in Africa after Mount Kilimanjaro. Here, the views are incredible and you will probably be able to see snow!

Heading down the Atlas we will arrive at the tourist capital of Morocco, the red city of Marrakesh. We will have time to visit its buzzing souk, the market, the Bahia palace and enjoy the sunset in the mythical Jamaa el Fna square. If you’re still not tired… get ready for a night of madness in Marrakesh!

We will wake up (potentially fighting a hangover) and will try to enjoy the return journey, as after visiting Marrakesh we will head back north, towards the most populated atlantic city in Morocco: Casablanca. It’s the most important commercial and military port in Morocco, and home to over 7 million Moroccans.

This city was very important in the Second World War, because it was part of the French territory that the Americans attacked as part of ‘Operation Torch’.  Furthermore it was the scene of the eponymous movie with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.

After stopping to see a panoramic view of Casablanca, we will head north to return to Tangier and the Pillars of Hercules.  Back through customs and we can enjoy another chilled trip by boat, where we will return to European soil sailing through the Mediterranean sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

Like all good things, this journey also has to end. With sadness but with memories that will stay with us for life, we leave our group of friends at the departure point.


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