If you’re a landscape photographer looking for an unforgettable adventure, our Moroccan travel agency offers a photography tour that will take you to some of the country’s most stunning and off-the-beaten-path locations. Our Morocco tour operator provides an opportunity to explore Berber culture in the High Atlas Mountains, immerse yourself in the lively markets, and even take a camel trek in the Sahara Desert.
Led by professional photographers and local guides, this tour is perfect for those who want to build their portfolio while experiencing the rich culture and breathtaking landscapes of Morocco. During the winter season, we avoid the crowds and offer a unique opportunity for night and astro photography, taking advantage of the new moon to capture stunning star-filled photographs of the Erg Chigaga dunes.
Wake up early for sunrise photography and capture the beautiful landscapes and cityscapes while improving your photography skills and knowledge. Our experienced guides will help you get the perfect shot while sharing their local knowledge and expertise.
At the end of the tour, you’ll return home with a vast collection of photographs to share with your friends, teachers, and publishers. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will leave you with unforgettable memories and breathtaking images.
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Upon arriving at Mohammed V Airport in Casablanca, you will be warmly greeted by your driver and photography leader. After check-in at the hotel, you’ll receive a comprehensive briefing from your leader. Depending on the time of day, you may have the opportunity to take a short tour of Casablanca, the biggest city in Morocco. There, you will get to admire a striking combination of Art Deco and Neo-Moorish architecture and walk through a variety of fascinating sites, including the Hassan II mosque.
Today, you will have the opportunity to explore Rabat, the vibrant capital of Morocco, and admire the ancient Medina, home to the stunning Hassan Tower minaret. Sightseeing will include the mesmerizing Mohammed V Mausoleum, the Kasbah of Oudaya, an awe-inspiring 12th century fortress with breathtaking views of the ocean and the Bouragrag River, and the Mechouar, the protective fortification of the Royal Palace. Afterwards, you will depart for Chefchaouen, the blue-washed village in the Rif Mountains, and check in at the hotel for the night. In the evening, take advantage of the sights and take some incredible images of the town’s Medina.
Come explore Morocco’s Chefchaouen and its ancient Arab-Andalusian structures! Stroll through the winding cobblestone alleyways and take in the beautiful blue-washed buildings capped with warm red rooftops. Your local guide will inform you of the city’s history as you make your way to the Outa Hammam Square, where you will marvel at the 14th-century fortress and the impressive mosque. As you journey through the city, take advantage of the opportunity to admire the exquisite fountains, squares, and traditional public ovens. Finally, arrive at the mesmerizing Ras El Maa spring and experience the majestic views from the Rif Mountains. Let Chefchaouen’s breathtaking beauty and unique culture enchant you!
Following our breakfast, we headed to Volubilis, the ancient Roman archaeological site which made its way onto the UNESCO list in 1997. Delighted by the staggering mosaics, hundreds of Latin inscriptions, and a variety of artistic pieces, we were in awe of the beauty of the preserve. Our next stop was the magnificent 17th century Imperial city of Meknes, boasting powerful ramparts and the exquisite Bab Mansour gate (1732). Filled with grain and water and once housing 12000 horses, Sahrij Swani granary was a sight to behold. In addition, Meknes has an impressive olive oil and olive industry and the Lahdime square market holds a remarkable variety of olives. Finally, on our way to the medieval city of Fes, we passed by vast fields of wheat, barley, and olive trees.
Experience a photography tour in the timeless city of Fez, a World Heritage Site. As you stroll the narrow medina blazed with opportunity for fantastic photos, your knowledgeable guide will take you through the traditional craftsmen and children at play. Donkeys dragging carts and vendors above their heads transporting bread make the perfect backdrop. Capture the intricately carved walls, arches and cornices, and the breathtaking mosaics on the Nejjarine Fountain. Visit the Karaouine Mosque and the bustling souk with merchants selling colorful spices and goods. The legendary leather tanneries reveal locals working on skins of different animals in small pits. An experience like no other awaits you in Fez.
Leaving the imperial city of Fez, we embark on an adventure across the Middle Atlas Mountains. We’ll make a short stop in Ifrane, also known as the small Switzerland, which is home to the first ski resort in Morocco! During our journey, we will witness breathtaking scenery and landscapes filled with Mountains and plains. We’ll also pass the Azrou cedar forest, home to the rare Maggot monkeys. Midelt is where we’ll take a lunch break and celebrate the annual festival of apples. After reaching the city of Errachidia, named after Prince Moulay Rachid in 1971, we’ll travel through the Ziz Valley and Arfoud, the gateway to the Sahara Desert of Merzouga. Here, we’ll ride camels to witness the breathtaking sunset in the middle of the Erg Chebbi dunes. To complete the day, we’ll spend a magical night in the desert camp, surrounded by dazzling stars in the evening sky.
Today you rise before the sun to capture one of the highest rated sunrises from the Sahara Desert. Afterward, we travel to the ancient irrigation technique of Ziz Oasis. We will have a meal in the Valley of Todra, which is one of the most archaic valleys in Morocco used for trading silver and jewellery. Following the fifteen km long valley of dramatic gorges, we venture to Dades Valley for the stunning rock formations molded by millions of years of erosion. We then navigate through the valley of roses, the only place in Morocco from which Damascus roses are picked for rose water and oil ideal for skin care and anti-ageing. We ultimately reach Skoura’s palm groves to find shelter for the night.
Today, you have the chance to take an optional tour to the Kasbah of Ameridil before journeying to Ouarzazate in Morocco, known as the Hollywood of Africa. Here, you will be able to visit the Cinema Studio. Afterwards, you will stop at Ait Benhaddou, an ancient village and UNESCO World Site since 1987, where countless movies have been shot like “Lawrence of Arabia,” “Jesus of Nazareth,” and “Gladiator.” After that, you will be taken to the North of the High Atlas Mountains, and will be able to admire the red Mountains and Berber villages along the way. Eventually, you will reach Marrakech, and will spend the night there in the beautiful Pink City.
You will explore the Medina of Marrakech today, and strive to capture it’s captivating beauty with your camera. The city combines a myriad of colors and ages, from snake charmers and magicians to wool dyers and wood carvers. Wherever you turn, you will find amazing photo opportunities, from Djemma el Fna Square to Bahia palace to the Ben Youssef Madrasa. These sites are beautiful examples of Moroccan architecture, filled with intricate mosaics and carvings. You will also be able to wander through the souks, a labyrinth of markets filled with traditional trades and crafts. So take your camera and find the enchanting beauty of Marrakech!
As we leave Marrakech and its exciting atmosphere, we journey to the beautiful, coastal city of Essaouira. This multicultural and artistic center has seen many greats, including the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Orson Welles, and Bob Marley. Essaouira’s Medina, which was built in the 18th century, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is full of life and culture. Its distinct gastronomy based on fresh fish and argan oil brings a unique flavor to the city. In addition, it is a popular destination for many Moroccan artists and musicians due to its annual Gnawa music festival, an old spiritual art form of North-African Islamism.
Essaouira lures people in with its beautiful sights, captivating culture, and gorgeous shorelines. Taking a picturesque stroll along the beach is the perfect way to explore the old Medina and its many wonders. While at the port, visitors can experience the vibrant craft center, traditional jewelers and bustling markets – ideal spots to find unique souvenirs. For a breathtaking panoramic look of the city, Skalla, located near the sea, is a must. End the day with a delicious fish-based lunch at one of the many local restaurants for a truly remarkable experience.
Traveling from Essaouira to Casablanca, you will be treated to remarkable sights of the coastal villages, while also having the opportunity to experience luxurious getaways such as Oualidia – renowned for its succulent oysters – and El Jadida, which is a popular destination for Moroccans seeking to unwind on its stunning beaches during the warmer months. Eventually, our journey will be complete when we reach the dynamic city of Casablanca.
Transfer to Casablanca International Airport for your return flight, having a store of enchanting stories to share from your Arabian and Berber days and nights, not to mention the unforgettable photography tour.
• Enhance your photography skillset with the guidance of experienced photographers and teachers.
• Gain insights on how to shoot scenes and capture the culture, nature, and beauty of Morocco.
• Observe and capture stunning mosques like the iconic Hassan II Mosque and the ancient Medina in the city of Fez.
• Journey to the hidden gem of Chefchaouen, wandering through its enchanting narrow roads.
• Travel through uninterrupted desert landscapes, exploring oases and crossing the Sahara on camelback.
• Uncover the unique architectural features of Morocco, including its exotic, majestic, and traditional buildings.
• Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Marrakech with its bustling Jemaa El-Fna square.
• Appreciate the gorgeous views of Essaouira’s seaside fishing city.
• Hike the majestic Atlas Mountains and discover its old Kasbahs.
• Come home with an impressive portfolio that showcases your skills and the variety of Morocco.
- Private air-conditioned vehicle
- knowledgeable Certified tour guide
- Private English speaking driver
- Premium class accommodation
- Daily breakfasts & some dinners
- Entrance fees to historical sites/museums
- Departure transfer
Prices are on request and depend on your chosen accommodation, services, and the time of travel.