Morocco Jewish Heritage Tour 12D

Overview

The 12 days Morocco Jewish heritage tour is delighted by the reconciliation and the resumption of official relations between the Kingdom of Morocco and its brotherly Jewish people. Morocco’jewish Heritage offers visitors an encounter with ancient historic traditions, customs, architecture, monuments, and sites that have permeated Moroccan society for centuries. Agoudal Travel’s Morocco Jewish Heritage Tour is tailored for the cultured and sophisticated traveler. Visits to historic synagogues, cemeteries, architectural sites, and natural surroundings of the region along, our guides will be happy to reveal to you the most beautiful secrets of the multicultural and multi-religious history of Morocco, rich in its Jewish heritage, Berber , Andalusian, Roman and Arab influences.


Itinerary

  • You will be arriving at the airport in Morocco on the first day of your Jewish Heritage tour. Home to over 30 synagogues, Casablanca is a great base to kick off our travel itinerary in Morocco. Make sure to get some rest, as tomorrow we are taking you to see some of Casablanca’s most famous Jewish sites ranging from temples and synagogues to kosher restaurants and museums.You will be arriving at the airport in Morocco on the first day of your Jewish Heritage tour. Home to over 30 synagogues, Casablanca is a great base to kick off our travel itinerary in Morocco. Make sure to get some rest, as tomorrow we are taking you to see some of Casablanca’s most famous Jewish sites ranging from temples and synagogues to kosher restaurants and museums.

    desert tour mealsIncluded meals: No meals included.
    desert tour accommodationAccommodation: Barcelo Anfa casablanca
    Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7
  • Day 8
  • Day 9
  • Day 10
  • Day 11
  • Day 12

Included

  • 12 days and 11 nights accommodation in selected option with breakfast daily
  • 5 dinners ( Erfoud / Merzouga , Ouarzazate and taroudante)
  • Private SUV or a Deluxe Mini Passenger Van ( Mercedes Veto or Ford) including fuel
  • An English trusted driver throughout the trip
  • Guided visit of the great Hassan II interior mosque
  • Licensed local guides in Casablanca, Meknes, Fes, Volubilis,Essaouira and Marrakech including entrance fees

Not Included
  • Drinks
  • Meals not specified under inclusions
  • Flights

Frequently Asked Questions

With the rise in interest in vegan and vegetarian food, all our partners are now accommodating this need and offer completely vegan and vegetarian meals. However, this needs to be communicated in advance, either when booking or when meeting your driver for early preparation purposes.

A frequent and definitely good question, if you are not well-prepared, you might not enjoy your time fully in the desert due to the extreme weather conditions. Deserts get super hot in summer, in Morocco, August is the hottest month of the year, with temperatures reaching 50 °C—122ºF, you can literally cook eggs on the asphalt (great for a TikTok clip). With this said, if you can't take that much heat, please avoid visiting the deserts during July and August. If you are okay with this kind of temperatures; it is still highly recommended to come prepared with good sunscreen, sunglasses, a wide hat, light but covering pieces of clothing and some insect repellent, you can also purchase all these items in Morocco. And let's not forget winter days, starry nights are freezing. The mountainous parts of the roads are usually snowy, but all our vehicles are equipped with A/C for that matter, so make sure to bring warm clothes if you take this tour during December-January.

Yes, you will have your own private hotel rooms and camp tents in all our tours, you can choose between different combinations of twin/triple/quadruple (separate beds) or double (single large bed) rooms and tents depending on your number and preferences but you will never share them with other travelers. All rooms/tents are equipped with private bathrooms and showers with hot water.

Arriving at the edge of the dunes, there is a meeting point where camels from different camps in the area are waiting for us, we will get out of the car, put on a scarf if you have one (the cameleer or your driver can help you properly install it) and then you will be introduced to your camel. Once your caravane is ready and onboard, you can take pictures or stories to memorize the moment, then take off and travel on the golden sands to see the sunset on high dune before continuing to the camp. Next morning, you can take the camels again on your way back to the meeting point or take a 4x4 . If a member doesn't want or cannot take the camel ride, the camp is accessible by 4x4 vehicle and it will get you there.

This once was a hustle indeed but no more, all camps nowadays have dedicated 4x4 vehicles that can transport your luggage from your tour car to the camp directly, so you don't have to carry anything during the camel ride. However, we highly recommend you only pack the things you will need for the desert night and transport it to the camp, while leaving the rest of the luggage with your driver.