Morocco is a gateway to Africa, and a country of dizzying diversity. Here you’ll find epic mountain ranges, ancient cities, sweeping deserts
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Reach Casablanca Mohamed V international airport, “the gateway of Morocco” After clearing entry formalities you will be met and greet by our ryour guide and transported to your hotel. After checking explore Casablanca. The tour will include the medina (old quarters), the famous central Market, the Hassan II Mosque (exterior visit), Medina, Mohammed V Square, the United Nations Place, the residential suburbs and the magnificent “Corniche” coast overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Overnight at Idou Anfa 4*
After breakfast we depart to Rabat Capital of the kingdom of Morocco. The tour will include the Kasbah of the Oudaya gardens, the Mohammed V Mausoleum, and the tour Hassan Tower followed by the ramparts and the Royal Palace the fine Roman relics of Chellah and its gardens. Lunch is at leisure. We next depart to Meknes, the city of Moulay Issmail. Upon your arrival, explore some of the fantastic monuments of Meknes such as Bab El Mansour and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and enjoy the impressive views from Meknes of the Agdal basin. Next, we continue widely considered the architectural highlight of Morocco. Check in at the hotel. Overnight accommodation at Menzah Zalagh 4*
After breakfast, discover Fes; the oldest and largest medieval city in the world, Fez was founded in 789 A.D. and is considered the intellectual, spiritual, cultural and religious capital of Morocco. For over 400 years, Fez was the country’s capital, reaching its height first in the 14th century under the Merinides and again in the 17th century. In 1912, when France established Rabat as the new capital, its political importance declined, but its religious and cultural role continues today, centred around the two famous mosques of Al-Qarawiyin and Al-Andalus in the heart of the medina. Fes remains a beautiful medieval city. A whole day to experience its sights and sounds: the medieval Medina with its Attarine and Bou Anania Medersas, the Nej arine fountain, the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, and the Karaouine, overnight at your hotel
Breakfast at your hotel
Departure to the scenic Middle Atlas Mountains and continue south along the Ziz River until it finally dies out in the Sahara desert and you arrive at the Tafilalet oasis. En route you will visit Oasis Meski as well as a nomade family.As the last paved road ends at the edge of the oasis town of Erfoud, you leave the world behind as you continue on to a small oasis in the desert. Lunch is at leisure. Check in, dinner and overnight accommodation at Kasbah Tomboktou 4*
Very early wake and head towards the legendary dunes of Erg Chebbi – considered by desert aficionados to be perhaps the largest dunes in the Sahara. Witness the sun rising from the east over the desert dunes: one of the greatest sights of Morocco. Maghreb, the Arabic name for Morocco, means the West; Morocco was at the very edge not only of the Islamic world, but of the known world. We go back to the hotel for breakfast. After breakfast, continue your adventure in the Sahara desert. Explore Tinghir town; situated in a beautiful valley (Valley du Todgha).with beautiful Kasbahs. We drive west (15 kms away from the center) to visit the cool Todgha or what is known as Todgha Gorges, through the narrow streets with the terraces of houses situated in both sides. We stop en route to visit “the Spring of Holy fishes” then, we continue to the cool Todgha. You will also enjoy the sight of splendid rocks and savage romantic caves. Lunch is at leisure at Todgha Gorges. Depart to ouarzazate via Kalaat Mgouna – famous for roses and its annual festival during the roses harvest in May. Lunch and the rest of the afternoon will be at leisure. Overnight at Mercure Ouarzazate 4*
After breakfast, visit of the Kasbah of Taourirt that gives the effect of a town within a town; this asbah, with its deep ochre-coloured walls, is without doubt one of the finest to be found in the whole of Morocco. Next, visit of the Berber village of Ait Ben Haddou which conserves the most impressive Ksar in Morocco and served as a backdrop of famous movies such as “Jewel of the Nile” and “Lawrence of Arabia”. Continuations to Marrakech via the Tizn Tichka pass that impress the visitor by their soaring peaks, and Taddart. Lunch is at leisure. Check in and overnight accommodation at Atlas Asni Hotel 4*
After breakfast, the guide will take you in walking tour of Marrakech, founded in 1070 by the Almoravide dynasty, Marrakech has several times been designated capital of Morocco which explains it’s wealth of historical monuments, the best of which we cover in this half day tour: The Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadien Tombs, the Bahia palace. Lunch is at leisure. We then proced to the souks; a maze of hundreds of shops, small streets and narrow alleyways.This is indeed a feast for the senses with row after row of spices, Perfumed oils, Magic potions, Silver, Gold, Brass, Slippers, Leather goods and of course the lovely carpets and rugs. This is just a small idea of what you will find in the souks. Afternoon at leisure, dinner and overnight at your hotel
After breakfast, you will be transfered to Marrakech airport for your return flights according to your flight details.