Best of Morocco
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Best of Morocco
OVERVIEW OF ITINERARY:
Day1: – Arrive Casablanca at 7am, tour the Hassan II Mosque (morning), tour Rabat sites, arrive early evening to Chefchouan.
Day2: – Morning to explore the blue city, depart late morning stop in Volubulis for tour of the ruins, highlights of Meknes, arrive in Fes
Day3: – Fes
Day4: – Fes to Sahara Desert (night in Berber tent)
Day5: – Sahara Desert to Dades Valley
Day6: – Dades valley to Essaouira (overnight there)
Day7: – Day in Essaouira, travel to Marrakesh for the evening
Day8: – Marrakesh
Day9: – Transfer early morning to Casablanca airport (depart at 9:00 am)
TOUR HIGHLIGH ’S
-Visit the Medina Meknes and Volubilis ,Fes : The World heritage sites
-Learn to cook Moroccain cuisine In your Riad in Fes.
-Visit of same Kasbahs in south of Morocco and a bedouin familly
-Camel ride in sand dunes
-Enjoy a night in a Luxury Camp in desert
-Private Tours with an Air conditioned vehicle for transportation
PROPOSED ITINERARY :
Day 1: Airoport Casablanca| Rabat|Chefchaouin.
Upon your arrival at the Mohamed V Airport in Casablanca where you met .rnVisit of Hassan II Grand Mosque. Continue overland to Rabat, a city marked by a Moorish past. See the 12th-century, Mauresque-style Hassan Tower and the adjacent mausoleum, dedicated to Mohamed V, the See the vast Hassan founder of modern Morocco and grandfather of the current king. Then, pay a visit to the Oudaya Kasbah, built on a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Wander through its Andalusian garden, complete with melodious fountain and fragrant orange trees. Continue overland to Chefchaouen and check in to your hotel. The following day, explore the charming town of Chefchaouen, which is punctuated with blue buildings and features a notable medina rn
- aéroport near Casablanca, Morocco
Days 2: Fez | Meknes u0026 Volubilis.
Drive to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Meknes. It was built in the 17th century by the powerful sultan Moulay Ismail, to rival the court of his contemporary Louis XIV of France. See the monumental Bab Mansour gateway, among the finest in Morocco; the granaries and royal stables, built to accommodate some 12,000 horses; and Moulay Ismail’s Mausoleum, one of the few shrines in Morocco that can be visited by non-Muslims. Proceed to Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with the largest and most well-preserved Roman ruins. See its triumphal arches, basilicas and capitals as well as its stunning mosaic floors. Continue to Fez and check in to your hotel.
- Fez, Morocco
Day 3: Fes|City Tour.
Take a step back in time to explore imperial, timeless Fez el-Bali (Old Fez), the cultural heart of Morocco. Traverse its narrow lanes, alleys and Souks in the old quarter. Visit Karaouine, one of the oldest, still-functioning universities in the world, and Attarine Medersa — a Koranic college and 14th- century jewel of Hispano-Moorish architecture. Proceed to Nejjarine Square, with its elaborately tiled fountain, and Fondouq (Caravanserai), a museum of carpentry artifacts. Then, explore Fez el-Jedid (New Fez), seeing its royal palace, mosques ,Mederasas ,Souks, and the city wall as well as the mellah , the old Jewish quarter, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Fes, Morocco
Day 4: Fes|desert Camp.
Travel to , desert-fringed Erfoud and Merzouga, pausing for lunch in Midelt en route and marveling at everyday life as you pass Berber villages, endless palm plantations and the majestic Atlas Mountains. Settle into your Camp tente,with your Camel for sunset and sunrise,in Erg Chebbi stunning dunes reach up 500 feet high,creating an otherworldly landscape
- desert Camp
Day 5: Merzouga| Rissani| Tinghir| Boumanle Dades.
Journey overland to Boumalne dades, once a stopping point for African traders travelling to the cities of Morocco and Europe. En route, absorb views of the High Atlas’ southern slopes, intersecting the Dades Valley’s flourishing crops, irrigation canals and palm trees. Travel along the “Road of a Thousand Kasbahs” and make a stop to visit an amazing, small private museum that houses exhibits showcasing local art, culture and history, before proceeding to Boumalne dades .
- Merzouga, Morocco
Day 6 : Boumalne dades| Ouarzazate| Marrakech| Essaouira.
Drive to Marrakech via Valley des Roses and Ait Ben Haddou,vist of this old berber village,where many movies filmed such as;Obelix,Gladiator and others.After lunch,you will continue on the road to Marrakech crossing the High Atlas Mountains through Tizi N’Tichka pass,stopping at places with magnificent panoramic views to take picture.Dinner and overnight will be in your Riad in Essaouira
- Boumalne dades
Day7: Explored Essaouira|Marrakesh.
You’ll visit the Skala Fortress; see Thuya wood carved by artisans; walk through the alleys of the medina and view hundreds of handicrafts. This u0022City of the Windu0022 attracts surfers from all over the world. Essaouira knew many civilisations – including the Portuguese occupation, which affects much of its architecture – however, it remains a small village with much history. Because of its size and its characteristic blue doors and washed walls, it is also regarded as Morocco’s u0022Jewel of the Atlantic”. You will also visit the womenu0027s co-operative of Argan oil. Here they extract the oil that is famous for its culinary, cosmetic and medicinal properties. Lunch will be done the Moroccan way – fresh fish “cooked in order” at the fish market. In the afternoon you will travel to Marrakech.
- Explored Essaouira
Day 8: Marrakech | Exploring the Red City.
Begin unearthing the secrets of Marrakech, starting in the medina, the old walled section of town and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This thousand-year-old city was long a political, economic and cultural center. Marvel at its architectural jewels, including the soaring Koutoubia minaret and Dar Si Said; housed in a palace, it is among the most beautiful of its kind in the world. Continue to the Bahia Palace, an exemplary specimen of privileged life in the 19th century. Visit Djemaa el-Fna, Marrakech’s main square, which is filled with orange juice stalls and vendors, along with fire-eaters, mime artists, snake charmers and street musicians performing at every turn. You may also wish to explore the city’s fabled, labyrinthine Souks .
- Marrakesh, Morocco
Day 9: Marrakech|Casablanca
Early, you will be transfered to the airport for your flight