Morocco meetup tour
This tour is of both North and South Morocco, making it an all-encompassing tour perfect for your first Morocco visit.
Trail past the beautiful Kasbahs and gorges as we retrace the steps of the old camel caravans and enjoy the simple but magic of starlight desert nights at an oasis in the heart of the sand dunes.Between activities, we’ll sleep in boutique riads and be welcomed in the homes of Berber families with nothing more strenuous than people watching while mopping up delicately flavoured tajines.
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Get a real glimpse into Moroccan life as a woman with female tour guides who share their stories freely
Ride a camel to your desert camp for a night of Berber food and glamping under the stars
Lounge on the rooftops of ancient riads soaking up Ingrid Bergman type Moroccan glam
Casablanca Airport Pickup
Our driver will meet you at the airport according to your arrival time and bring you to our hotel in Casablanca. Here we will meet the rest of the group for a welcome dinner. Meals: dinner
Casablanca to Chefchaouen
Here we will see the architectural masterpiece known as the Mosque of Hassan II, which is the second largest mosque in Africa! After a morning of soaking up this striking Mediterranean city, we head on the road to the Rif Mountains while stopping in the city of Rabat for a few city highlights such as the Oudaya Kasbah. Meals: breakfast
Stick with the group if you prefer wandering through the markets and enjoying a Moroccan meal. Chefchaouen is the famous blue city perfect for getting a little lost with your camera. Meals: breakfast
Chefchaouen to Volubilis to Fes
After our morning in Volubilis, we have some time to explore and enjoy lunch in the holiest city of Morocco, Moulay Idriss. Then, we are off to the magnificent city of Fes! Once we arrive in beautiful Fes, you have the rest of the day to wander this unique, but overwhelmingly dazzling city. Meals: breakfast.
Today we will explore the old city, known locally as Fes el Bali, arguably the world’s most fascinating and confounding old city.
You are welcome to soak up all the history from our tour guide or choose to wander solo to people watch while enjoying the food and views. Meals: breakfast.
Fes to Ifrane to Midelt
After lunch, we head to the powerful female run Kasbah Meryem. This is a small co-op where local women get together to learn and produce amazing embroidery, and carpets. While they are working together, they have a chance to learn about other subjects all while empowering each other. Meals: breakfast.
Midelt to Merzouga Desert
As the sun begins to set at the horizon, we will ride our camels through the desert for a magical evening in a Bivouac Camp. As we settle into the camp and relax under a million stars, our guides will prepare a fresh and delicious Berber dinner. Meals: breakfast, dinner.
Merzouga to Todra to Skoura
After breakfast, our camels will take us back to town so we can head to the Todra gorge.The Gorge, a magnificent canyon in the High Atlas Mountains, is the highlight of today. We will go for a guided walk on the canyon floor with spectacular cliffs surrounding us on all sides. Meals: breakfast, dinner
Skoura Ait Benhaddou to Marrakesh
This will definitely be an experience you wont forget! Afterwards, we head out for a day in the cinema! Have you ever seen films such as Sex and the City 2, American Sniper, Mission Impossible, and Inception? We are heading to the famous Ben Haddou Kasbah where many Hollywood movies were shot! Meals: breakfast
Afterwards, you are left free for you to explore the Medina and Jemaa El Fna on your own or with new friends. Allow the mesmerising calls to prayer, the jostling of the local merchants or the street performers take you on your own adventure. Meals: breakfast
Stick with the group if you prefer wandering through the markets and enjoying a Moroccan meal. Marrakech is a beautiful city perfect for getting a little lost with your camera. As a nice option you can take a cooking class in Jnan Tamsna in the Palmery, beautiful gardens and private space. Meals: breakfast, dinner
Goodbye for now
This morning we can have an early breakfast so we can dive into the yummy souk one more time before your flights home! Then we say goodbye to the beautiful, life changing country of Morocco along with the wonderful new friendships you have made along the way! Meals: breakfast.
Our accommodation is hand-picked to give you the best combination of comfort, location, and style. These are photos from our collection of favorite riads and hotels to give you a sense of the accommodation you can expect with us.
Nestled in the mountains just outside Chefchaouen’sblue Medina, it’s a quick walk to the center, yet quiet with the best view around. The restaurant serves home cooked deliciousness and there is a pool overlooking the blue hills of the whole town.
Think moonlit rooftop lounging in the heart of the Medina. Step inside and be taken to another world with the scent of fresh flowers in the air in a riad full of character and luxurious comfort.
- Accommodation in twin rooms
- Most meals, according to the itinerary
- Local transportation
- Airport pickup (see arrival details)
- All entrance fees and activities in the itinerary unless specified as optional
We will pick you up from the airport any time on day one after 8am. If fellow travelers arrive around the same time, we’ll bring you to our first riad together.
- A deposit of $500 is required to hold your spot.
- Final payment is due 60 days before departure.
- Pay as much as often as you like until the due date.
- If you cancel your spot earlier than 60 days before departure, you can apply your payment to any trip within the next year.
- No refunds on deposits.
- Visa fees if applicable
- Travel insurance (mandatory)
- Airport drop off
- The itinerary is subject to change due for any reason – weather, unexpected cancellations, impromptu local opportunities, or surprise additions.
- Comprehensive travel insurance is mandatory or you may be refused to join the tour. See our guide for help choosing a plan.
- All bookings are subject to our terms and conditions.
Is this trip right for you?
- Morocco is a large country with few means of public transportation and airport access. In order to see the best parts, there are some long drives. There are always beautiful views and things to see on the way, but be ready for long drives.
- We will be in some remote corners of the country where public bathrooms are not always very clean and may require a bit of change to use. The facilities in our accommodation are clean and use western toilets, but it won’t always be the case on the road.
- Riads used to be people’s homes, so rooms are not always equal in size or view. We do our best to keep it even throughout the trip, but some may get luckier than others. We guarantee twin beds, but sizes may also vary even between roommates.
A visa upon arrival for stays less than 90 days is available for many nationalities.
What our travelers say
Best chance to get to know people in the network!
“I joined the SoFe Network on Facebook 3 years ago but joined the membership because I wanted to interact with people without the weirdness of Facebook social boundaries. It absolutely worked, and I’ve made so many friends and been on quite a few zoom events. The events are amazing, the people are amazing, best chance to get to know people in the network!” Kirsten | Membership
One of the best trips I’ve ever been on.
“I had always wanted to go to Morocco but I was hesitant to go alone which normally I have no problem doing. I saw this trip advertised on the Solo Female Traveler Network Facebook page and the more I looked into it the more I wanted to go. So I did..and let me tell you that it was one of the best trips I’ve ever been on…seriously.” Jennifer H. | Morocco
So much more than a tour.
“I have been on three tours with these ladies, and I can not even explain how amazing my experiences have been. It’s so much more than just a tour. I have made life-long friends who understand my wanderlust, met local people who taught me the warmth and kindness of the places we’ve visited, and I have left feeling empowered to travel more.” Megan S. | Bali