10-Day/9 Night Comprehensive Morocco Tour From Casablanca
* Walk in the beautiful blue city chefchaouen
* Explore the stunning Medina in Fes and Marrakech
* Visit Djemaa El Fna square, magnificent Majorelle Botanical Gardens etc
* Visit ancient Roman site- Volubillis
* Camel trek to the Sahara desert, see the magical Great Sahara Dunes, Enjoy your stay at a luxury Berber desert camp
* Visit the town of Ouarzazate, Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou- scene for film “Game of Thrones” ect
* Savour Moroccan mint tea and indulge in Berber cuisine
Included and Excluded
* Private air-conditioned vehicle
* Driver / Multilingual tour guide
* Camels for trekking
* 1 night luxury desert camp with dinner and breakfast
* 10 nights of hotel stay with breakfast and dinner
* Entrance tickets for some of the attractions.
DAY 1. Casablanca
Pick up at Mohamed V airport and transfer to the hotel. If arriving early, we will go for a city sightseeing.
DAY 2. Casablanca - Rabat
We will visit Casablanca Hassan II mosque- the 7th biggest mosque in the world (inside not available after 2 pm and Friday, and thus sometimes you can only visit the outside of the building). We will stop by Mohamed V Square, Cathedral-Church of the Sacred Heart Cathedral and Rick’s coffee- the scene of the movie “Casablanca”. From Casablanca, we travel to Rabat, Morocco's third oldest Imperial City, and modern capital. After lunch, we will visit the Hassan Tower, the Mohammed V Mausoleum and also the old medina.
Overnight at Rabat.
DAY 3. Rabat – Chefchaouen (blue city)
After breakfast, departure to blue city Chefchaouen, one of the prettiest towns in Morocco. We will walk through picturesque blue alleyways of the medina, visiting Outa Hamam Square with 14th-century fortress. Then we will explore the grand mosque of Chefchaouen, the only octagonal minaret in Morocco and enjoy RAs El Ma (fresh mountain water trickles).
Overnight at Chefchaouen.
DAY 4. Chefchaouen – Volubilis- Meknes- Fes
Morning, we travel to visit the impressive site of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the best-preserved Roman site in Morocco. Situated on the ledge of a long plateau, the dramatic site was once one of the Roman Empire's most remote outposts. We also see the sacred town of Moulay Idriss (photo stop only). Moulay Idriss is a dramatic sight, houses and mosques piled up around two rock outcrops. We continue to Meknes, Morocco's youngest Imperial City. We feature the Gate Bab El Mansour dating from 1752, complete with its Corinthian columns. The city was built by a massive army of slaves, both Moroccan and Christian.
Driving to Fes and overnight at Fes.
DAY 5. Fes city day tour
Today we will have a full day walking tour to discover Fes, the extraordinary medieval walled city. Once inside the gates of this great spectacle, you will see an entirely different view of life in Morocco. In contrast to the well-planned new city, the old city is a labyrinth of alleys and lanes lined with shops, mosques, homes and schools. In 1980 UNESCO designated the medina a World Heritage Site. At Fes, we will start with a visit to the Royal Palace, Jewish Quarter, theological schools and several mosques. Our guide will take us to the medina to view the market shops or souks. We will see the famous traditional tannery factory and shops of tailoring handicraft. Today's walk is an amazing look into the life of the Moroccan city-dweller where little has changed over the centuries. We will spend the night at Fes hotel.
DAY 6. Fes – Ifrane – Erfoud - Merzouga (desert)
We drive through Ifrane, the Switzerland of Morocco with white-walled and steep red roofs French-style villas. Brief stop as Azrou, where you can see Barbary apes in the cedar forest of the Middle Atlas. Lunch is in Midelt Kasbah restaurant, “the apple capital”, at the foot of the Ayachi Mountain. We continue over the Tizi-n-Talremt pass and through the Ziz Valley, which is particularly well-known for its palm trees and the length of the oasis. From here we pass by Erfoud, famous for its date festival and fossils. Once you arrive Merzouga, you will be greeted with a glass of tea. Then you will watch the sunset over the Sahara desert dunes either by 4x4 vehicle or by camel. This is a magical landscape with huge sand dunes. Their color shifts from pink to gold to red to white depending on the time of day. We will have dinner in desert tents that followed by an evening of music.
Overnight in a luxury nomad tent with millions of stars.
DAY 7. Merzouga - Todra Gorge - Ouarzazate
This morning we depart for the Todra Gorge, one of Morocco's most spectacular sights. It is a vast fault in the plateau separating the High Atlas from the Jbel Sarhro, two sheer cliffs over 300 meters (958 ft) high separated by a narrow corridor only 20 meters (66 ft) wide. Later we cross the southern slopes of the High Atlas before arriving at the captivating city of Ouarzazate. We stop en route in the heart of the Dades Valley at the oasis of Kelaa Mgouna.
Overnight at Ouarzazate.
DAY 8. Ouarzazate - Marrakech
After breakfast, the route goes on to Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a World Heritage site and Hollywood of Africa that filmed “Game of Thrones”, “Kingdom of Heaven” and “ the Gladiator” etc. It is the most famous Kasbah in Morocco and one of the most visited spots in the whole country. From there we continue to drive through High Atalas -the highest pass in Africa and reach Marrakech. Marrakech, a city that blends Berber traditions with Arab renaissance and western influences. We will start with a visit to the magnificent Majorelle Botanical Gardens, inspired by French artists and fashion designer Yves St. Laurent. We will visit the Menara Garden, the 12th century Koutoubia Mosque, which rises above the city, 6th century Saadian Kings tomb, and the beautiful Bahia Palace. The visit to Marrakech will be completed after a stop at the Djemaa El Fna square, the home of spice vendors, storytellers, snake charmers, fire eaters, acrobats, musicians and more.
Overnight at Marrakech.
DAY 9. Marrakech -Essaouira- Casablanca
After breakfast, depart to Essaouira. On the way, we will visit unique Argan oil production and if lucky you will take funny pictures of goats climbing Argan tree. Then we will arrive at Essaouira, the splendid port city built-in 1184. We can see the scenes of the movies “Zoro” and “Game of Throne”. Sit back, relax, and let the beauty of the sandy bay stretching to the south of this charming city and the hills that dominate the eastern horizon captivate you.
Driving to Casablanca and overnight at Casablanca.
DAY 10. Casablanca
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight from Casablanca
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