Visit of the exterior of the Hassan II Mosque, whoever wishes can make the optional visit of the interior. Then we will go to Rabat, political/administrative capital to visit the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, the Tower of Hassan II and the Kasbah Oudayas.
Free time and rest or to continue enjoying the city at your own pace.
|Tour in 4×4 vehicle/Minibus with A/C
||Hotel/riad overnight stays (breakfast & dinner included)
|Camel Trekking & Night in Desert
||Camel Per person
|Turban each for the Camel trip in Desert
||Sandboarding in The Dunes
Day 1 – Casablanca – Welcome at the airport and meeting with the accompanying guide – Visit of the Hassan II mosque – Rabat
Welcome at Mohammed V airport in Casablanca and meeting with the accompanying guide.
Prepare to be surprised and inspired!
Visit of the exterior of the Hassan II Mosque, whoever wishes can take the optional visit of the interior. Then we will go to Rabat, the political/administrative capital to visit the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, the Tower of Hassan II and the Kasbah Oudayas.
Free time and rest or to continue enjoying the city at your own pace.
Day 2 – Rabat – Meknes – Fez
Breakfast. Departure to Meknes, free visit of the city, linked to the name of Moulay Ismail, the great sultan of the Alouita dynasty. The walled Medina of the city, the Bab Mansour gate and the Hedim square.
Then arrival in Fez, cultural and religious capital of the country.
Free time for a first contact with the city and its medina.
Day 3 – Fez – Visit with local guide
In the morning, at the appointed time, departure for the visit with a local guide of Fez, the oldest of the country’s Imperial Cities, approaching the doors of the Royal Palace and going through the Jewish quarter, the impressive Medina, with its typical stores and artisans’ quarters, the dyers’ quarter, the exterior of the Mosque, the Koranic School, Al Bouanania, and the University El Quaraouiyne.
Free time in the afternoon to continue enjoying the city.
Day 4 – Fez – Ifrane “Moroccan Swiss” – Forests of cedars and monkeys of Azrou – Middle Atlas Mountains – Medalt – Errachidia – Ziz Valley – Merzouga – Excursion in dromedary – Night in Berber camp (haimas)
After breakfast, start the route to the desert through the university town of Ifrane, better known as the “Moroccan Switzerland”, and for being one of the favorite cities of the king of Morocco, the forest of cedars and monkeys of Azrou and the landscapes of the Atlas to reach the Ziz Valley, a large palm grove. We will arrive in Merzouga and change our vehicle for the dromedaries for a ride to the bottom of the dunes, watch an unforgettable sunset and spend the night in a Berber camp. Typical dinner to the rhythm of drums.
This will undoubtedly be a magical night!
Day 5 – Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Valley
We will say goodbye to the dunes and head towards Erfoud from where we will take the road to Tineghir and Todra. We will make a stop to visit their gorges perched at 1350 m altitude and surrounded by a palm grove, until you reach the city of Boumalne, where the other gorges called Dades were formed. A beautiful journey through valleys, Berber villages, kabashs and a landscape of contrasts between palm trees and vegetation. Today we will spend the night surrounded by mountains and valleys.
Day 6 – Dades Valley – Rose Valley – Skoura Palm Grove – Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – Tichka Port (2260m) – Marrakech
After breakfast, and once past the Valley of the Roses and the city of Ouarzazate, located on a large plateau, we will go inside to visit one of the best Ksurs – not to say the best – preserved in Morocco: Ait Ben Haddou, a fortress village built in adobe, scene of many films and declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Continuation of the route through the High Atlas, crossing the Port of Tichka (2260 m) surrounded by impressive mountains. Arrival in Marrakech and transfer to the Riad.
Time for a well-deserved rest or for a first contact with the city.
Free visit of the DJemaa el Fna Square and the medina, the heart of the city. A unique experience, where all the life and night activity is concentrated: dancers, storytellers, jugglers, craftsmen, merchants and snake charmers. From the terraces of some cafes you can get a wide panoramic view of the city: mosques and minarets, palaces and gardens, souks and bazaars.
DJEMAA EL-FNA SQUARE
This square is the main square of the city and during the whole day it attracts tourists and locals alike, who go while the sun is shining to visit the orange juice and water stalls, as well as snake charmers, women who paint with henna or boys with monkeys.
In the evening the atmosphere changes and you can see dancers, musicians and minstrels, who fill the place completely, and provide an atmosphere of drums and fun.
We recommend sitting down in one of the surrounding cafes to enjoy the atmosphere or to go to dinner at one of the more than 100 stands that are set up at this time and with different types of Moroccan food.
Day 7 – Marrakech – Visit with local guide
In the morning, at the appointed time, the guide will pick you up at your accommodation and the cultural visit of the most emblematic and tourist places of the city will start.
The visit of the monuments and tourist places is made on foot in the places and accompanied by an official guide of the Spanish speaking city.
The guided tour includes the visit of:
THE KOUTOUBIA, one of the wonders of the Almohad art that is located in the center of the city, where in the past there was a stone palace called “Ksar AL HAJJAR”.
BAHIA PALACE, built in the 19th century as the sultan’s residence. Bahia means brilliant, in fact in the 19th century the Moroccans thought they had built the greatest palace of all times. To get there, we will go through the Kasbah market, the Jewish Quarter (El malah), the Souk of the Species and Badia Square.
THE SAADI TOMBS, one of the most visited places in Marrakech. These tombs date from the late sixteenth century and are located in an enclosed garden which is accessed through a small corridor. Past the threshold, we find mausoleums of great beauty, decorated with mosaics, and different tombs that keep buried sultans, warriors and servants of the Saadian dynasty.
In this tour, we will enter the ZOCO and visit the MADRASSE OF BEN YOUSSEF, built in the sixteenth century was one of the most important Koranic schools. In it, its students lived in austere cells while finishing their religious studies. The most beautiful part of the visit is the inner courtyard with its architecture and mosaics, in harmony with the central pond used to perform ablutions before prayer. Here visitors will find extreme tranquility, after having passed through the bustle of the streets of the Medina.
JARDIN MAJORELLE, this garden was built by the painter Jacques Majorelle and therefore he created it as he would create a work of art. As a curiosity, today the color “bleu Majorelle” is often spoken of in honor of the blue used in most of the walls and details of the garden. In the 80’s the mythical couturier Yves Saint-Laurent acquired it and increased the number of plant species to more than 300. It became his favorite corner, whose ashes he wanted to spread among bamboos and water lilies.
And finally the PLAZA DJEMAA EL FNA, which is the central square of Marrakech and the most important place in the medina. It develops the public life of Marrakech both day and night. The best thing about DJemaa el Fna Square is the transformation it undergoes over the course of the day.
Day 8 – Marrakech – Free time and at the agreed time, airport transfer
Depending on the scheduled flight departure time, free time for last visits and shopping.
At the agreed time, transfer to the airport.
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