Morocco·October 9 - 20 2022
A unique, explorative road trip across four cities. Starting from USD $3,075 per personBOOK NOW
Our Morocco Madness retreat will take you across four cities and you’ll come to truly feel the difference between a traveler and a foreigner. Forget the ‘chi chi frou frou’ instagrammable, romanticized Morocco everyone longs for. We want you to connect with our traditional North African culture. Yes, there will be breathtaking Riyads, luxurious palaces and Souqs but what makes Morocco so unique is the warmth of its people and the blend of African, Arab and Berber heritage. Casablanca, Marrakech, Fez and Chefchawen. If you dig a genuine experience, bring a book, a pillow or lover, a friend, podcasts, a set of dominoes and your sense of adventure.
Arrive at the Casablanca airport and meet the rest of our group. From there, we’ll make our way to our hotel to relax, unwind and mingle. We’ll get to know each other better over a delicious dinner in one of Casablanca’s most popular restaurants. If you’re a foodie, come hungry!
Enjoy a fresh Moroccan breakfast and visit the beautiful Hassan II mosque for a private tour. It's the second largest mosque in Africa and it sits right at the edge of the Mediterranean sea. It's a true sight to behold!
After lunch at a local French/Moroccan restaurant that we recommend, you'll have free time to explore the Souq and the city.
After breakfast, we depart for Chefchawen at 9 am sharp. We'll check into our new hotel, explore the city a bit and enjoy dinner.
Take the day to explore the beautiful city of Chefchawen, shop, eat and wander its alleyways!
After breakfast, we depart on a 5 hour drive to Fes and check into a new hotel. Fes is the spiritual capital of Morocco, it is filled with artisans, alleyways, cafes and a rich culture of hospitality. Many are unaware that the first university in the world was built in Fez 880 AD i.e. the University of Al-Qaraouiyine, founded by Fatima bin Mohammed Al-Fihriya. We can’t wait to share its inner beauty with you!
Today, we'll explore the Medina of Fes and visit its mosques, shops, artisans, tanneries and university. After breakfast, we start on a guided tour, then break for lunch, then continue on to explore tanneries, finally ending the day recharging with dinner.
Enjoy a free day of relaxation and exploration. Get lost in Fes' alleyways or book an afternoon massage in a local Hammam. We're happy to suggest a vast array of activities for you. Be sure to get an early night's sleep as we have an early departure for the desert the next day.
After a hearty breakfast, we depart for a 4 hour drive to the exquisite and pristine Atlas Mountains. After a long day at the desert, we'll then check-in to a new Riyad & enjoy a delicious dinner!
After a delicious Moroccan breakfast, we'll explore the town of Ouzfoud and visit some waterfalls. You'll enjoy an afternoon and evening of wellness.
After a delicious Moroccan breakfast, we'll head to Marrakech, check into our Riyad and explore the Jardin Majorelle.
Enjoy your last day in Morocco, wander through Marrakech's old city, shop, eat, drink tea and unwind!
We'll be sad to see you go, thank you for traveling with us, with heart open and spirit ready.
All activities mentioned in itinerary
Local curators and tour guides
Personal professional photographer
Visa fees (if applicable)
Yes, of course. We welcome everyone to travel with us: couples, singles and families (depending on the age of the children).
Our retreats are open to all, anyone from any part of the world, so you can expect to make plenty of new friends. From the first day you all meet at the airport as we pick you up, the journey of travel and building news friendships begins. We keep our groups small and intimate, with not more than 20-25 people.
We stay in Jamaican-owned villas and guest houses. Our accommodations are clean and comfortable. The emphasis is not on luxury, but on a practical room for a good night’s rest and grounds that are inspiring.
We room 2 or 3 guests per room with an en suite bathroom in each room. Men will room with men and women with women. Unless, of course, you’re travelling with your spouse or partner.