Muslim Deluxe Morocco Tour

Travel VIP. A sophisticated halal Program to explore Moroccan Culture for Muslim traveler...

Halal tours in Morocco

The amalgamation of cultures, including African, Berber, Islamic, and European, is added to the influences of the early Egyptians, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, and Romans, making the history and culture of the Country undeniably fascinating and remarkably exceptional.

Muslim Travelers will enjoy an itinerary incorporating some of the most distinctive and diverse areas in Morocco, studying the history, art, and crafts with the most qualified, well known indigenous muslim experts. Trips to private palaces, homes, and art collections will be combined with major cultural attractions, as well as the opportunity to study and purchase Moroccan crafts, which have been famous for their variety and quality for centuries. Join us as we venture amongst the mosaics of the Roman City Volubilis, the Medina of Fez, and the romantic, scented gardens of Marrakech. This Tour is a kaleidoscope of sights, sounds, and culture – a cultural experience not to be missed visiting Fez, Marrakech and much more.


When you arrive at Mohamed V Airport in Casablanca, our guide will meet you right after customs clearance to take you immediately to check-in to your hotel in Rabat. It is a short drive of about 45 miles through the lush farms and exotic plants. You will reach Rabat (the capital of Morocco). Rabat is an introduction to Islamic architecure of all times. It is a collage of different styles as many dynasties passed through this Metropolis. Its twin city Sala Colonia are separated by only a river but are historically worlds apart. They both share an ancient legacy that spans hundreds of generations. Each civilization that has inhabited each of the cities has left its mark, resulting in a wide variety of monuments and Islamic learning centers and Maqams.

Your guide will take on a historical and spiritual city discovery tour.

Later, you will cross to the citadel of the Oudaya Kasbah entering from its 12th century main gate to explore an extraordinary Medieval Muslim defence forts overlooking the delta of Bourgreg River. You will walk old-fashioned Moorish gardens, stop in a traditional out of time coffee house for mint tea, and in between explore the Oudaya museum of tribal arts and crafts.

You will continue your quest out of the Oudaya Kasbah and up the hill to visit the Hassan Tower and King Mohamed V Maqam, an emblem of the real Moroccan architecture at its finest. Maghrib Prayer will be at the Ali Fes Mosque then you will return to the hotel for a Halal dinner and other accommodations.

Today is the day of many ziyarats! This trip will take you from Volubilis imperial Rome to the ninth century A.D. (Of course there will be stops along the way for Salawat and in special maqams.) The first stop will be at an archeological site of the ancient Roman polis of Volubilis. Volubilis was a critical city in the imperial Roman department of Mauritania during the reign of Caracalla. Volubilis is a world heritageimpressively well preserved and the genius of Roman urbanism is still intact. The two central integral streets in every Roman castrum, the Cardo and Decumanus, are prominent. The cardo is the boulevard which runs north-south and the Decumanus, east-west. The intersection of the two is the heart of every roman city. There you will find the ruins of the ancient forum.

Just few minutes away on the opposite hill is the venerated citadel of Moulay Idris, founded in the 8th century by Moulay Idris Al Akbar, grandson of the Prophet Mohamed (s.a.w.s). This citadel is considered to be both the cradle of Islam and Sufism in Morocco as well as the first Islamic capital for the premier Arab dynasty. The city was created primarily for the indigenous population that migrated with Moulay Idris from the Middle East fleeing persecution of the Oumayyads. Next stop will be the imperial city of Meknes. Meknes is a 17th Century city built by the "Sun King" Moulay Ismail to rival Fez. It is also considered to be somehow the Versailles of Morocco.

After Asr prayer you will reach the city of Fez. after checking to your hotel, we will take you on a panoramic tour to get a taste of the greatest of the Islamic Imperial Cities. Visit the sights outside of ancient walled city, including the ramparts, the gates, and the Borjs (Islamic Forts). Return to your hotel for a hallal dinner.

Fez is a feast for the senses with its haunting yet beautiful sounds, visual splendor, and evocative smells. The most ancient of the imperial capitals and the most complete medieval luxury city of the Islamic world. Fez is reminiscent of a sophisticated city suspended in time.

Time spent in Fez will reveal much about the sophistication of the Moroccan handicraft, It is the place where Moroccans shop for most traditional wares. Our specialized guide will take you on a historic and spiritual discovery of the city of Fez

a stop at the Northern Panoramic view will reveal to you a Medina, brimful with its countless mosques and minarets that has responded to these Adhans for 12 centuries.

Once you enter the Medina from one of its gates, the first guilds you will immediately encounter are the cobblers, the saddlers and black smiths interlaced by some caravansaries for tribesmen who come from the surrounding tribes to trade and supply their needs. From there, you will wind your way to the Sgha square which will lead you to Attarine then Souk el Henna and the luxurious Maqam of Moulay Idris, the founder of Fez. We will stop for a ziyarat and a prayer.

You will walk to the tannery and on to visit the great Mosque university of Al Quarrawiyyine Mosqueand the Medersa Attarine. You will break for a halal lunch then continue exploring the marvels of Fez Medina. These will highlight the Dyers souk, Foundouk Tetouani and the Maqam shrine of Sidi Ahmed Tijani founder of Tariqa Tijania. You will end your visit a local Fez family for traditional mint tea in their home.

You will spend your day discovering the rural environs of the Atlas Mountains Berber villages, wards, and nomadic settlements. Covered with evergreen pines, tall cedar trees, and poplars, and laced with flowing streams, your first view of the Middle Atlas will appear oddly un-Moroccan. Passing by Imouzzer, with a quick stop at the Swiss-like town of Ifrane, you will soon come across the first real town of the Middle Atlas, Azrou.

Azrou is an important market center for the region Berber tribes, located at a major junction of mountain routes. Your driver will take a little detour in a cedar forest to introduce you to one of the oldest inhabitants of this region, the Barbary apes. This may also coincide with the encounter of a nomadic family at its temporary encampment. As nomads are very hospitable people, whenever we encounter them we are all invited at least for a mint tea under their tents.

At Khenifra, the Middle Atlases give way to the High Atlas Mountains, whose peaks are visible through the haze, soaring to over 12,000 feet. You will reach the village of Afourer in the afternoon. You will conclude your day with dinner and other accommodations at your hotel.

After breakfast, we will take off to Marrakech. You will reach Marrakech in the afternoon where we will pray for Asr at the Koutoubia Mosque and visit some of the seven holy maqams of Marrakech. You will conclude your day with Halal dinner and other accommodations at your hotel.

You will devote your afternoon to the exploration of Marrakech many historical sites, starting at the Menara, a magnificent pool surrounded by flowerbeds, reflecting the image of an exquisite Moorish edifice. It was constructed in 1866 for dignitaries, who enjoyed glorious sunsets with the ethereal Atlas Mountains as a backdrop. The pool also functions as an innovative irrigation system that is serving dry life in the desert.

Your tour will cover many impressive sites, including the Koutoubia Minaret (which is identical to la Giralda, a tower found in Sevilla, Spain), and the Saadien tombs, which demonstrate Moorish architecture at its best. The tombs consist of sixteenth-century mausoleums, which had lain walled-in and undiscovered until 1917. Next, you will explore the gardens of the Agdal then the Marjorelle. Finally, you will return to your hotel for dinner and other accommodations.

In the morning, you will venture into the High-Atlas Mountains on an excursion to Telouat fortress. The fortress is what remains of a stronghold belonging to the Berber chieftain El Glaoui the Pasha who was nakenamed (the Lord of the Atlas) in colonial time. You will stop for lunch in Taddert, eating at the highest pass in Morocco, Tizi n Tishka. In the afternoon, you will return to Marrakech for a sufi dhikr at the Maqam of Sheikh El Jazouli. Halal dinner and other accommodations will be at the hotel.

You will spend your morning visiting what is of your interest as Maqams, medersas and mosques or simply shopping for Islamic goods.

You will begin your day by traveling to Essaouira (Mogador), a picturesque seashore fishing town with a rich history. Despite the obvious influence of many different civilizations tha tswept through, Essaouira has managed to remain a small, authentic Berber spiritual town. Alive with the breath of fresh air provided by the Atlantic, Essaouira is a jewel nestled in the ragged coast, with a vast expanse of empty sands trailing back along the promontory towards the South. After an introductory tour, you will conclude your day with dinner and other accommodations in your hotel.

On the way to Taroudant, we will visit many villages and their Koranic traditional schools that still teach Koran and Fiqh to youngsters the way it was many centuries ago. At the village of Imintanout we will stop for lunch feasting on a typical Berber tagine at open air halal restaurant in a Banana plantation. You will pass through forests of the indigenous Argan and Thuya trees, where you may see the region s notorious tree climbing goats. A visit to an argan oil destillery to explore all medicinal and cosmetic natural products you may need for your health.

You will spend your morning touring the city of mystical Taroudant. protected by red ochre walls like a bride, Taroudant is one of south Morocco s most ancient cities, with its rich bazaars reflecting a strong tradition of Islamic arts and crafts. Visiting this elegant imperial city is like discovering the classic Marrakech of the 1940s. You will conclude your day with a farewell dinner at your hotel.

You will depart for the Agadir Airport early in the morning. There you will catch a flight connecting you to Casablanca, where you will board your plane for a non-stop Royal Air Maroc flight home with a lifetime worth of memories packed neatly into your suitcase.

  • 10 night accommodation in 4-star hotels in Morocco
  • Breakfast and dinner daily
  • Land transportation in chauffeured vehicles
  • Services of English-speaking guides in major cities in Morocco
  • Entrance fees to monuments and museums
  • Hotel tax and service charges
  • Rabat: 1 night, La Tour Hassan Hotel
  • Fez: 2 nights, Riad Dar Dmana
  • Afourar: 1 night, Hotel Tazerkount
  • Marrakech: 3 nights, Hotel Saadi
  • Essaouira: 1 night, Riad Loussia
  • Taroudant: 2 nights, Hotel Salaam


  • Land Transportation (Air Conditioned Van
  • 10 Nights accommodation in 4 star Hotels
  • Breakfast and Dinner daily
  • Services of local guides and tour manager
  • Entrance fess to monuments and museums
  • Hotel taxes and luggage handling
  • Cost per person: $2,285.00


  • Round Trip Flight
  • Tips for Drivers and Guides
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal spending


Muslim VIP tour in Morocco

We are at your disposal to answer any question you might have about this Halal Deluxe Trip in Morocco (what to wear, weather, security...) or customizing this luxury Islamic trip just for you.

What is the daily average walking distance? the Maqams we will be visiting, all can be as leisurely or demanding as the group wishes. What should I bring with me? Some recommended items include Tasbih and a scarf for prayer times, all-purpose day-pack, a flashlight with batteries, sun block, a sun hat, and sunglasses. What should I bring to wear? You should bring with you light, comfortable walking clothes for temperatures of approximately 80 degrees. With regard to footwear, you will want to bring comfortable walking shoes. Sandals are not advised.