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15 Days Tour Morocco Discovering

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November 22, 2017

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Departure & Return Location

Casablanca

Departure Time

8h00 am

Price Includes

  • Tour 4×4
  • minibus with AC
  • Driver
  • Fuel
  • Trek on camels
  • Night in the desert (Nomads Tent)
  • Sandboarding
  • Desert clothing each for the trip
  • Camel in Desert

Price Excludes

  • Flight
  • Lunches
  • Beverages
Itinerary

Day 1Casablanca Med V airport – Transfer (Hotel)

Upon arrival in Casablanca, the country’s largest city; You will be met and transferred to your hotel. (Depends on the time of arrival.

Day 2Casablanca – Rabat – Fes

Leaving the economic capital of Morocco Casablanca, towards Rabat, where we see the Oudaya Kasbah and its excellent greenery gardens, this Kasbah of Oudaya is situated in the Abou Regreg. It was constructed amid the reign of the Almohad dynasty in 1150 AD. The Mausoleum of Mohammed V and Hassan II, and Hassan Tower, which is the minaret of an unfinished mosque in Rabat was built in 1195 AD. The Minarat was expected to be the biggest minaret in the world, with the mosque. After we complete our touring in Rabat, we’ll continue to Fez on the highway. En route you will be amazed by a huge number of olive trees and fields on both sides of the street. Arrive to Fez and check in the lodging for the night.

Day 3Fez (city with your guide, Fes Medina)

Today we go for another adventure in the spiritual capital of Fez which was viewed as the Mecca of the west and Africa. It is the nation’s biggest city after Casablanca, with a population of 1 million and it’s one of the four imperial cities. Fes consists of three particular parts, Fes el Bali, which is the ancient part surrounded by high walls, with more than 9,000 narrow streets and alleys. Fes-Jadid or Fez is the new part and the home of Mellah (the Jewish Quarter). Finally the Ville Nouvelle (the newest part of Fes) constructed amid the French occupation. Fez el Bali is a UNESCO World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Its medina is the biggest in the world. Among its narrow alleys you’ll find the oldest university in the world. The University of Al-Karaouine was established in 859 and working today.

Day 4Fes – Moulay Driss- Volubilis – Meknes

Today we’ll travel to Meknes, there you’ll go back in time to the third century by going to the most important archeological site in Morocco. Volubilis is the best preserved Roman ruins in this part of North Africa. These Roman remains were listed as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. A 45-minute guided tour program here. After Volubilis we’ll head to Meknes named after a Berber tribe known as Miknasa in the medieval North African sources. Meknes was the capital of Morocco under the rule of Moulay Ismail (1672-1727). He constructed it in the artfully designed stables, truly entrancing design of little windows, enormous walls where it is used to store grain and feed the horses to 15,000. We additionally stop to take pictures of Bab Al Mansour, the immense entryway constructed in the 11th century by King AL Mansour Adahbi.

Day 5Meknes – Midelt – Ziz Valley – Erfoud – Merzouga (hotel to the dunes)

On this day of driving, we’ll find diverse colors of the kingdom leaving the old Moroccan city of Meknes. On our way we’ll pass by the most modern city in the nation, Ifrane. This Berber name Ifrane means caves and it’s nicknamed in Morocco is “Switzerland”, as it is an extremely green city and has a ski resort in the Middle Atlas of Morocco, because of its high altitude for about 1665 meters. Ifrane is notable for the private university Brotherhood, built up in 1997 by the King of Morocco Hassan II and King Fahd of Saudi Arabia. All classes are educated in English and it is an international college. Lunch will be in a Berber town called Midelt which is situated in the foothills of the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains. From this level we’ll start to cross the harsh mountains which are settled by the Berber people group. The scenes here incorporate palm oasis in Jbel Ayachi (at 3747 m). We at that point head down to join the pre-Saharan zone, via Errachidia and Erfoud, which is well known for its quarrying and pottery of interesting fossils. Fossils are an important industry in Erfoud, around 350 million years ago. The area around Erfoud was a part of the huge sea, before the red sea sand ridges “Erg Chebbi” in Merzouga through Rissani, the origination of the Alaouite dynasty where Moulay Ali Sherif started to bring together the red flag at the beginning of the seventeenth century. Then you’ll be inspired by the immense dunes of Merzouga showing up in the horizon. Supper and overnight at the lodging.

Day 6Merzouga – Erg Chebbi (Exploring the desert – sunset)

In the morning we drive through sand hills passing astonishing landscape on the edge of the Erg Chebbi, the biggest sand ridges in Morocco. We will see many Nomadic tents amidst nowhere. We’ll have a lovely experience with a family and drink tea and see what the nomadic life looks like. We proceed with our way and find another nomadic life of the “Touareg people” of khamlia, a town where nothing has changed throughout the centuries. Either lunch here in the town of Khamlia or back to our lodging for lunch. After a short break we go on a camel ride to see one of the most picturesque places you’ve ever seen, the sublime sunset amidst the high dunes of Merzouga. On this evening we will remain in a camp in the Berber tents and appreciate an awesome view of the stars.

Day 7Merzouga – Rissani – Todra

Today in the morning visit Rissani and the tomb of the founder of the Alaouite dynasty of Morocco. This town was the old capital of Tafilalet and its area it is at the intersection of south and north that conveys the city to a noteworthy condition of a previous major focus caravan. So far Rissani remains a vital commercial center in the region, with a huge souk, especially on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. It is known for its goatskin and leather trade. For about 127 km from Rissani you’ll find Todra Gorges which lie beyond the center of the high Atlas Mountains. Here, the contrasting scenes help guests to remember Colorado, with its high plateau, gorges and deep ravines. A few peaks around there more than 4,000 m, 2,500 m with Jbel Saghro and Jbel Mgoun to 4068 m is the most noteworthy part of the High Atlas. This range is populated by Berbers. Here you can appreciate a stroll among the spectacular canyons. Supper and overnight at a lodging in the same area.

Day 8Todra Gorges – Dades Valley – Ouarzazate

From the huge canyon of Todra we venture through the road of 1000 kasbahs. There are enormous kasbahs on the two sides of the street. Some of those old fortified houses are reestablished yet unfortunately many of them are ruins. A visit to one of those kasbah is planned Amarhidil watching Kasbah. We’ll continue through a town called Boumalne situated on the edge of Dades valley which rises in the mountains of the High Atlas, offering life to a large community of Berber people for its rich agriculture. Along this valley, another valley called Valley of Roses in the green color of their plants olives, alfalfa, figs and grapes. This valley is famous for roses that local people use to create different cosmetic products, for example, perfumes, soaps and skin creams. Local people celebrate here this rose festival by organizing a national celebration in late April. Headings to Ouarzazate (Hollywood of Africa, the gateway of the desert). This is a city situated amidst an uncovered plateau, south of the High Atlas Mountains. It is basically occupied by Berbers, who developed a large number of the noticeable kasbahs and buildings for which the area is known. One of the building is Taourirt Kasbah constructed in the seventeenth century. This city’s nicknamed is the Hollywood of Africa, as it has been the preferred film area for many producers, with the biggest studios of Morocco welcoming numerous global like The Living Daylights (1987), Lawrence of Arabia (1962), the last Temptation of Christ (1988), Gladiator (2000), Kingdom of Heaven (2005), The Mummy (1999), Martin Scorsese Kundun (1997) and Babel (2005). Supper and overnight in the hotel.

Day 9Ouarzazate – Ait Benahddou – Taroudant

35 km from Ouarzazate is the fortified Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, which was constructed in the 11th century which once was the old caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech. It is situated on a slope alongside Ounila valley and has some wonderful views of kasbahs, which are sadly damaged whenever there are tempest and windstorm. A vast majority of the town’s inhabitants now live in modern town on the opposite side of the river; However, there are some families still live inside this Kasbah. After the visit of Ait Ben Haddou, we will arrive at the town of Taroudant for our night in the hotel.

Day 10Taroudant – Agadir – Essaouira

Around 70 kilometers from Taroudant, is the city of Agadir; the capital of the Berbers since the Berber kingdom is the biggest one in Morocco. Agadir is a modern city situated on the shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean, close to the foot of the Atlas Mountains. It has the most important fishing and commercial port in Morocco, (primary sardine port and sending out cobalt, zinc, manganese and citrus). It is likewise a seaside resort with sandy shorelines. As a result of its wide streets, large buildings, European style cafes and modern hotels, Agadir isn’t a traditional city of Morocco, yet it is a cutting-edge, dynamic, busy and very famous for its seafood. Along the sea we drive for about 200 kms to Essaouira. In the Atlantic Ocean, this city has painted windows houses and doors with white and blue. Since the sixteenth century, Essaouira has been known by its Portuguese name of Mogador. The Berber name means the wall, a reference to the fortress ramparts that surround the city. Supper and overnight at the hotel in Essaouira.

Day 11Essaouira (Essaouira Explore at your own pace)

Experience your own day of leisure where you can discover and appreciate Essaouira which is notable for its kite surfing and windsurfing, with the powerful wind. You can also enjoy horse riding, camel riding on the shoreline, quad biking is an exercise you can appreciate during your stay in Essaouira. It is known for delectable seafood as well. In Essaouira, several small art galleries are found all through the city. Since 1998 Essaouira is getting known for its Gnaoua World Music Festival, usually at the last week of June, it brings artists from around the globe. Despite the fact that it focuses on the Gnaoua music, including rock, jazz and reggae. In 1952, the movie actor and director Orson Welles made his film Othello. Presently there is a square named after Orson Welles. Enjoy your own day discovery in Essaouira you’ll have the total fun and experience.

Day 12Essaouira – Marrakech

On our way between Essaouira and Marrakech you will see enormous argan trees on the two sides of the street. Argan oil is made by cooperatives of several women and it is used in preparing salads and couscous. Also it is a good treatment for skin diseases and cosmetics in general, many European manufacturers use this oil as well. A stop at one of these cooperatives is worthing to see how the Berber ladies squeeze Argan grain to produce this valuable oil. We arrive to our accommodation in Marrakech and if time allows we will go out for a walk.

Day 13Marrakech, guided city tour full

In the morning a full guided tour to discover Marrakech it is known as the “Red City”. Marrakech is an important historic city and one of the Moroccan imperial cities. It is situated near the foothills of the snow-topped Atlas. Like every ancient city, Marrakech has both an old fortified city, the Medina, and an exceptionally modern city called Gueliz, constructed amid the French occupation. Marrakech has the biggest traditional market (souk) in Morocco and furthermore has one of the busiest squares in Africa and the world, Djemaa el Fna. The square is filled with storytellers, artists, water sellers and snake charmers. In the evening the square turns into an enormous open-air restaurant. During our tour we will see the Koutoubia Mosque, constructed in the twelfth century during the rule of the Almoravid dynasty. Let’s experience the streets and the narrow alleys of the old city. We will pass by “seven saints”, during the rule of Moulay Ismail, the celebration of the seven saints was founded by Sultan request. The tombs of many renowned figures were moved to Marrakech attract pilgrims. Finally get back to the hotel for supper and night.

Day 14Marrakech (Marrakech Explore at your own pace Markets)

The next day, you will have your own time to explore more of this red city of Marrakech all alone and get more comfortable and knowledgeable with the alleys of the medina. You can go on a shopping tour by yourself in the local shops and markets scattered around the square or spend this last day enjoying authentic Moroccan facilities of the hotel or you can a spa day.

Day 15Marrakech – Casablanca Med V airport

A private transfer from Marrakech to Casablanca Med V airport according to your flight time.