13 days from Casablanca to Marrakech

                                         

Welcome to Morocco!

1 days

Welcome to Morocco! Upon landing in Casablanca air terminal, you’ll be met and moved to our lodging where you have the rest of the day at recreation. Maybe visit the old medina or kick back and watch the world pass by with a pot of tea at Rick’s bistro.

Overnight : Casablanca

Day 2

Casablanca and Rabat

At the beginning of today after breakfast, we visit the mind boggling Hassan II Mosque, rising 210 meters into the air, the third biggest mosque on the planet is shrouded in resplendent conventional tile work. In the wake of investigating we advance toward Rabat, meeting the remainder of the gathering joining from Marrakech, in transit.

Rabat, Morocco’s enchanting capital is our own to investigate this evening. Go for a walk along the significant lot of sea shore that starts behind the medina, or simply up the slope from the medina is the well-saved Kasbah of the Udayas, going back to the twelfth century.

Overnight: Rabat | Breakfast

Day 3

Volubilis and The Blue City

Rabat – Chefchaouen. Leaving Rabat toward the beginning of today we visit the Roman remnants of Volubilis. Going back to 40AD we set aside effort to investigate the triple curved Tingis entryway, the segments of the Capitoline sanctuary, the Basilica, the town hall and significantly more. We’ll at that point keep on chefchaouen, settled in the core of the Rif Mountains, the city flaunts unimaginable blue-washed structures and superb perspectives on the encompassing scene. The remainder of the evening is our own to freely meander round the Plaza Uta el-Hammam in the core of the Medina, or maybe attempt a portion of the nearby road nourishment and watch the sun set.

Overnight: Chefchaouen | Breakfast

Day 4

Rif Mountains and Talassemtane National Park

After some available time to unwind or keep investigating the city toward the beginning of today, we advance toward Talassemtane National Park. Situated on the eastern side of the Rif Mountains, Talassemtane brags a wide range scenes, just as lodging various plant species and warm blooded creatures including the Barbary macaques and the otter. We advance toward the Akchour Falls and God’s Bridge where we unwind with a cookout lunch while absorbing the stunning perspectives. Come back to Chefchaouen for a night at relaxation.

Medium-term: Chefchaouen | Breakfast, Lunch

Day 5

Chefchaouen

Today is yours to appreciate some extra time investigating Morocco’s Blue City. The medina is the core of the city and never disillusions, with souks selling everything from cowhide packs to flavors – be set up to wrangle!

For anybody hoping to investigate the Rif mountains, there are a few guided outings that can be organized, maybe plan a climb to the deserted Spanish mosque which offers incredible perspectives on the scene.

Overnight: Chefchaouen | Breakfast

Day 6

Fes el Bali medina

Chefchaouen – Fes. Verged on the lower regions of the Atlas Mountains lies the royal city of Fes, the most established and biggest medieval city on the planet. On appearance we appreciate a guided voyage through Fes el Bali – the old walled city, retaining the disarray of the souks and becoming mixed up in the medina’s maze design. The rest of the day is at relaxation – why not partake in a discretionary Tagine Making Class or a night of Moroccan diversion and nourishment at a café around the local area (both payable locally).

Overnight: Fes | Breakfast

Fes el Bali medina

Day 7

Middle Atlas  Mountains and Ifrane

Fes – Ifrane

After breakfast, we have the morning at relaxation to unwind at the lodging or further investigate Fes. We at that point clear our path through the cedar woods brimming with Barbary Macaque monkeys on our way through the Atlas Mountains to the French assembled “swiss” town of Ifrane, our home at last. We have leisure time here to appreciate the quietness of the lakes and cascades that stream into the valleys that encompass the world’s greatest cedar timberland in the Mediterranean.

Overnight: Ifrane | Breakfast

Day 8

Camel trek in the Sahara

Ifrane – Merzouga (Sahara). Withdrawing early, we leave the cool demeanor of the mountains and advance toward the Sahara Desert. It’s a lengthy drive, anyway there’s a great deal to see in transit. We’ll go through the Middle Atlas Mountains to the level that lies between the Sahara and Tell Atlas run. We’ll absorb the marvelous and emotional view of the Gorges du Ziz as we advance onwards through the High Atlas, halting to have tea with a berber family on the way. We’ll keep on merzouga – our base before we head into the Sahara. Contingent upon the season, go through the early evening time unwinding and swimming before moving on board our camels for an inconceivable trek into the Sahara Desert to watch a lovely nightfall and go through the night at our remote Berber Camp, settled among the transcending hills of Erg Chebbi. We appreciate neighborhood nourishment, music and an astonishing evening outdoors in the Sahara.

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Overnight: Merzouga | Breakfast, Dinner

Day 9

Sahara Desert  – Valley of Roses

Merzouga (Sahara) – Todra Gorge – Dades Gorge. Withdrawing early, we move back on our camels landing for a genuinely staggering dawn. In the wake of sprucing up and breakfast in Merzouga we’re back out and about heading for Todra Gorge. Known as Morocco’s Grand Canyon, the appeal of Todra lies in its changing hues as the sun gradually moves from east to west over the transcending vertical limestone bluffs that arrive at statures of 1000ft.

We proceed to the perfumed Valley of Roses, popular for the miles and miles of rose hedgerows that shading the scene pink. As we travel through the valley, we stop at the ladies’ agreeable where we figure out how the rose items are made. Keep on tinghir, home to the biggest silver mine in Africa, and our last stop of the day, where we have the night at relaxation to unwind and loosen up in our previous kasbah lodging.

Overnight: Dades Gorge | Breakfast

Day 10

Dades Gorge-Ouarzazate

UNESCO World Heritage Listed Ouarzazate

Dades Gorge – Skoura – Ouarzazate. Deserting the rose fields, our morning starts with a visit to the multi year old Kasbah Amherdhil in Skoura where we increase an entrancing understanding into the old conventions of kasbah life. We at that point proceed with the Road of 1000 Kasbahs to Ouarzazate.

Acclaimed for being a prime taping area for some, Hollywood TV shows and Blockbusters, we have the chance to investigate the World’s biggest film studio. Make certain to investigate the notable Colosseum utilized in ‘Fighter’ and the prop stream utilized in ‘Gem of the Nile’. Night at recreation.

Overnight: Ouarzazate | Breakfast

Day 11

Ouarzazate- Ait Benhaddou and Marrakech

Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou – Marrakech. Going over the High Atlas Mountains we stop along the old parade course where to investigate Ait Benhaddou. This mind boggling antiquated strengthened Kasbah was worked for barrier purposes high on a slope and is an amazingly well-saved medieval city which has broadly highlighted in numerous blockbuster motion pictures, including Gladiator and Laurence of Arabia as its excellence is inconsistent to some other braced kasbah in south Morocco. Carrying on we keep on kasbah Telouet. Worked in 1860 this kasbah was once home to the rich Thami El Glaoui until he plotted with French Colonialists to postpone Morocco’s battle for autonomy.

Plunging into the city of Marrakech, Morocco’s pink city. We have the remainder of the day at relaxation to investigate the Medina and the enjoyments of Djemaa el Fna, the abundant commercial center, which is a hive of action, sights and scents at both day and night.

Overnight: Marrakech | Breakfast

Day 12

Djemaa El Fna

After breakfast, we set out to investigate this interesting city on a guided visit. Inside the rose hued medina dividers is a tangle of winding lanes and rear entryways that open onto verdant gardens and clamoring souks. At the core of the medina is Djemaa El Fna, the city’s extravagant commercial center and overshadowing it, is the renowned Koutoubia Mosque, the tallest structure in the city. We have the evening at recreation to buy any very late keepsakes or lose all sense of direction in the medina and see where it takes you.

Overnight: Marrakech | Breakfast

Day 13

Our astounding voyage through Morocco closes today after hotel Check out. An included forward take off move to air terminal will be given.

Every one of Our Tours Include:

•             Air condition Car

•             Hand-Picked Private English-Speaking Driver

•             Premium Quality Riads

•             Luxury Berber Tents in the Desert

•             Breakfast and Dinner

•             Professional Guides in Major Cities