Tours From Rabat
With our tours from Rabat, you can explore the Rif Mountains, Moroccan royal cities, and the Sahara dunes on this customized itinerary.
Rabat tours are ideal for those who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and explore at their own speed while learning about the places from a guide.
Best Morocco Tours From Rabat
6-Day Tour - Rabat To Marrakech via Sahara Desert
The Rabat To Marrakech Tours will take you to the key sights of Rabat, such as the Kasbah of Oudaias, the Hassan Tower, and the remnants of 200 columns, as well as imperial morocco towns, including desert Sahara.
7 Days - Morocco Desert Tour From Rabat
This 7-day Desert Tour from Rabat will take you to Rabat’s most famous landmarks, such as the Kasbah of Oudaias, the Hassan Tower and the remnants of 200 columns, the Chellah Necropolis, the Mohamed V Mausoleum, the medina, and more!
9-Days Desert Tour From Rabat To Marrakech
You’ll journey through the Rose Valley, take in beautiful vistas of the High Atlas Mountains, sleep in a desert tent, and enjoy the sunrise and sunset on the back of a camel. You’ll also see Fes, Chefchaouen, and Marakech on your 9-day Rabat itinerary.
Highlights of Rabat Tours
The tour from Rabat provides a variety of opportunities for both action and relaxation. Explore the Sahara desert, the Rif Mountains, and Moroccan regal towns by taking a windsurfing class on the Atlantic Coast.
View Marrakech’s desert beauty from above with an awesome hot air balloon ride. The early wake-up call is worthwhile since you’ll be able to see the sunrise over the desert. The pastel colors, gentle lighting, and clear early-morning air provide a calm atmosphere that contrasts sharply with the rush and bustle of lively Marrakech.
Explore the "Blue City" Chefchaouen
Discover the sights, streets, and monuments of Morocco’s fabled “Blue City,” Chefchaouen, or simply “chaoeun” to the locals. Its name translates as “two horns,” alluding to the town’s two mountain summits. Despite its popularity with visitors, Chefchaouen has a far more easygoing environment than other major cities and is home to some of Morocco’s nicest people.
Explore Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
The Hassan II Mosque is Casablanca’s biggest attraction; if you only see one item in the city, make it this one! It is Morocco’s biggest mosque, located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Its sprawling complex has a museum, spas, a Koranic school, a library, and a prayer area supported by 78 granite and marble pillars. The prayer chamber, the world’s second-largest mosque, can contain 25,000 people, while the outer courtyard can host an extra 80,000 attendees.
Bookbinding Workshop in Fes
Attend a one-of-a-kind course that teaches you how to make your own leather journal to learn the art and technique of Moroccan bookbinding. A trained craftsman will guide you through the process, explaining the craft’s history in Morocco and the cultural influence it has now, before you attempt it yourself.
ATV/Quad Sand Dune Adventure in Merzouga
A exciting ATV/Quad excursion will allow you to explore the unusual immensity of the dunes. Zoom over the desert of Merzouga, feeling the Erg Chebbi dunes tremble beneath your feet. As you descend into valleys and climb hills, you’ll come across a combination of brilliant orange and utterly quiet surroundings. Before returning, share a customary cup of tea with a group of nomads who live on the desert sand. As you relax in the shade of the palm palms, listen to their stories.