Morocco Youth Travel By Train


“Remember that happiness is a way of travel, not a destination.” (Roy M. Goodman)

Morocco Youth Travel By Train: Why you should go?

“Leaving is the most beautiful and courageous action of all, maybe a selfish joy, but a real joy, for those who can give value to freedom. Being alone, without needs, strangers, foreigners and yet feeling at home everywhere, and setting off to conquer the world.”
(Isabelle Eberhardt)

Experience the difference of our Services

Because the Young people are aware of climate change and need to preserve nature, our Travel For Youth in Morocco are low carbon footprint. Morocco travel for youth people is done by train and comfortable public bus.

We are committed to our mission of inspiring youth and providing trans-formative travel experiences. Discover how we are ensuring safe and meaningful travel during the new normal.

What’s the big deal?

Your travel for youth in Morocco will be partly by train and comfort public bus for less greenhouse carbon. You will sleep in accommodation on a human scale, clean and comfortable with an oriental touch. You will eat in local restaurants to taste specialties of the region like the locals, a real immersion and real experience.

“You can’t understand a city without using its public transportation system” (Erol Ozan)

What the big deal?

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover”. – Mark Twain

Travel allows you to make some of the greatest and most unique friends
Travelers are some of the most welcoming and friendly people you will ever meet in your life. Making new friends is one of the most exciting and fun parts of travel, and everyone is in the same boat so they are always super nice and interested in meeting new people. Travel allows you to get to know people who may be completely different from you and live hundreds of miles away, yet still have the love of travel in common. Plus, now you have someone to visit in different countries around the world! Don’t hesitate to chat up your hostel roommates or invite the solo traveler to sit with you at dinner, you’ll be surprised how many awesome people you can find with a little extra effort!

No matter what obstacles we might encounter along the way, we can never lose sight of the fact that we are having a once in a lifetime experience. Being away from home also makes us realize how lucky we are to have loving family, friends, a job, an education, and many other things that some people or cultures we may discover along our journey do not. Always count your blessings that you get to do something you are passionate about because travel is a special thing that allows us to learn so much about ourselves and others!

This itinerary is only a suggestion, all our trips are tailor-made according to each client. You can change this itinerary according to your interests and the duration of your trip

Itinerary Morocco Youth Travel ( Suggestion)

Day 1- 2- Marrakesh

Arrival at Marrakesh airport, welcoming by one of our team and transfer to your 3* hotel or riad in Marrakesh. Check in. Our assistant will explain you the program of your trip and give you your travel documents: vouchers for hotels, your transport tickets, useful telephone numbers, a SIM card for your telephone with a local number to stay in contact with us and with your family and friends at the lowest cost.

He will answer your questions and everything you want to know about your destinations. Anyway, you stay in touch with him throughout your trip. He can be reached by phone 24/7 as well as our offices. If you are a group of 5 or more participants, we assign you a tour leader who will accompany you during your trip. We provide carefully crafted itinerary that allows for more challenges and independence. Your train and comfort bus tickets are already reserved.

Day 2 : Marrakesh Visit: “If in Marrakesh were my stories, i would live there”

Visiting the happy city of Marrakesh:” It’s amazing, it’s moving, it’s furious, it’s anxious, it’s joyful and it’s way more real than anything you’ll ever experience in a western city”. Robert Plante

After breakfast in the hotel or riad, you will visit Marrakesh by public bus and by walking. You may visit the Bahia palace, a jewel of Arab-Andalusian architecture: 150 rooms lavishly decorated, built by the vizir Ba Hmad for his favorite: Bahia, considered by many to be a symbol of eternal love. 7 Euros in spot- entrance fees,, Majorelle Garden, the souk: we’ll get lost in the maze of souks and meet local artisans, and you will visit the famous place Jemaa el Fna.

What’s place Jemaa el Fna a UNESCO intangible world heritage?

“Agora, theatrical performance, point of convergence: open and plural space, vast field of ideas, peasants, shepherds, roundworms, merchants coming from bus stations, taxi ranks, drowsy car rental stops: merged into an idle mass, absorbed in the contemplation of the daily hustle and bustle, supported by license and heedless of the terrain, in a continuous and capricious movement: immediate contact between strangers, oblivion of social constraints, identification in prayer and laughter, temporary suspension of hierarchies, joyful equality of people”. Juan Goytosolo. Night in hotel or Riad.

Day: 3 :Marrakesh / Rabat capital of Morocco by train
Kasbah Loudaya Rabat

After the breakfast departure by train to the coastal city of Rabat capital of Morocco.

Arrival to Rabat check in in your hotel then visit.

Mohammed V Mausoleum: This monument is dedicated to the memory of the late monarch Mohammed V, considered the symbol of the Liberation of the Nation. The grandfather and father of the present king are buried here. The visit of this monument is a great opportunity to appreciate the true value of traditional Moroccan art.

Hassan Tower left unfinished when its founder died in 1199. Twin of the Giralda in Sevilla in Spain (built at the same time and by the same Monarch, as well as the Koutoubia minaret in Marrakesh).

The Royal Palace (exterior), created in 1785 by Sultan Mohammed ben Abdallah, the main seat of the monarchy since 1912;

Kasbah Loudaya on the seafront where Robinson Crusoe was locked up before escaping to Brazil. Kasbah of the Oudayas a real fortress dating back to the XII century. With its monumental Almohad portal.

Night in hotel

Day : 4 Rabat / Tangier by Train

“I followed my heart and it lead me to the beach.”

It is in the North of Morocco that the Mediterranean Sea marries the Atlantic Ocean, but nobody knows how to say where finishes Europe and where begins Africa. The legend does not say that it is here that Hercules having dug the Strait of Gibraltar would have based in these rocky cavities before achieving the eleventh of twelve works: the picking of the golden apples of the garden of Hesperides?

But that is what Tangier is all about, the junction between two worlds.  It is one of those cities you can get stuck in, like all of the odd and intriguing mix of people that have wound up living here at some point in their lives.  The stories you hear are the stuff of legends.
To this day, Tangier, and the rest of the North of Morocco continue to immortalize their myth of refuge for spies, writers, poets and artists of any edge as well as other ghosts who always haunt places: Alexander Dumas, Truman Capote, Jean Genet, Joseph Kessel, Paul Morand, Tennessee Williams, Tahar Benjelloune, Larbi Yacoubi … Writers’ endless list which gives to the North of Morocco and to the city of Tangier a mysterious halo. Led by Paul Bowles, the artists of the Beat Generation stayed in Tangier from 1950 s. On the other side of the sea, Tangier, city of all perils, full of adventurers, lends itself to their quest for this “slow disruption of all the senses”dear to Rimbaud. Other Americans had preceded them in the white city and sent them Tangier echoes, fresh mint perfumes, lemon, hashish.

After the breakfast at the hotel depart for Tangier by Train, After your check in at your hotel free visit of Tangier. You will visit the Grand socco, cave of Hercules cap spartel, Night in hotel

Day: 5 Tangier / Chefchaouen The blue city by Comfort Bus

Chefchaouen is like a drug, magic, tragic, and addictive.”

After breakfast depart by Comfortable public Bus, for chefchaouen”the blue city”, Chefchaouen is a popular tourist destination, a quaint place to hike, and relaxing. The shop It offers many native handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco.
Start your tour with the kasbah, you can visit the ethnographic museum containing antique weapons, musical instruments, and photographs of the old town. Next, visit the cobbled main square, Plaza Uta el Hammam, then overnight in the blue city

Day: 6 – Chefchaouen / Fez by Comfortable bus

After breakfast depart by comfortable air conditioned Bus toward Fez


If one had but a single glance to give the world, one should gaze on FEZ.

After your arrival to Fez. Guided historical visit: The holy city of Fez: (Fez is Ranked 7th place award Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best to destinations in the world 2023 by TripAdvisor)

You will depose your luggage at train station consign before beginning your Fez visit Your Guide in Fez can help you
All day devoted to guided visit: will be visiting the medieval Medina that was listed as UNESCO World Heritage in 1981. You will visit the Bouanania Medersa constructed in the early 14th century, the Karaouine Mosque (The ancient educational center of Islamic learning), and the Nejjarine Fountain. Continuing on your visit, you will view the blue gate, the medieval tannery, the Royal Palace, then visit of the Souks.

Night in hotel or Riad

Day 7; Fez

After breakfast at the hotel you have all day at your disposal for visiting the city at you rhythm and At 9 pm you take slipper train to Marrakesh for arriving to Marrakesh at 7.30 am  and the end of our service = We are here if you need help or in

Train sleeper 4 persons

Day 7 Marrakesh Airport Transfer

In accordance whit your time flight, transfer to Marrakesh airport and the end of our service,

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