Description: 14 days tours from Marrakech to Marrakech
14 days from marrakech, Ouzoud waterfalls, EssaouiraChefchaouen and north of Morocco, crossing the atlas mountains to the south and shara desert, included camel ride and night in deset camp.
Day 1:Arrival To Marrakech – Transfert to the Hotel ( 14 days from marrakech )
Our driver will pick you up at the airport and you’ll have the day to and exploring the main square Jemaa el Fnaa and the souks.
Day 2:Full Day To Visit Marrakech
Today will have an optional private Guided Tour of
Marrakech Medina with an official guide from Marrakech. You will see the
famous Mosque of Koutubia, the Medina and its souks, and explore some
more of Marrakech’s secrets: Ali Ben Youssef Koranic school, the Saadian
the Bahia Palace and Majorelle Gardens, night at a Riad in the Medina.
Day 3:Marrakech –Essaouira
Depart Marrakech for the seaside town of Essaouira. A relaxing drive lined with argan oil cooperatives will take you to this UNESCO World Heritage listed city. The windswept fishing port, with broad beaches and ancient walled medina with ramparts built into the cliffs has long been a popular destination. The Gnaouas Music Festival is held in Essaouira in June. Overnight in Essaouira.
Day 4:Essaouira – Safi – El Oualidia
Depart Essaouira to Oualidia. and Stop in Safi, a previously Portuguese occupied town. Famous as the centre of sardine exports, Safi is perhaps most well known for its pottery. Arrive and relax in Oualidia, a small seaside village with a protected lagoon, estuary, and wild Atlantic Ocean all right on your doorstep. Then walking, birdwatching (Oualidia is at the centre of Morocco’s richestbird habitat, particularly in Spring and Autumn), fishing, swimming, kayaking and surfing are just some of the activities you can enjoy in Oualidia.
Day 5:Oualidia – Jadida – Casablanca – Rabat
Depart Oualidia for Rabat and continue your journey up the Atlantic Coast. Pass through El Jadida and the small port city, formerly controlled by the Portuguese, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage site; and stop in Casablanca to visit Mohammed V square and the impressive mosque of Hassan II. Explore the Imperial City of Rabat, including the Mechouar (the ramparts and walls surrounding the Royal Palace), the majestic Mohammed V Mausoleum, the Hassan Tower, and the Oudaya Kasbah, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and offering fabulous views, as well as being home to Moroccan artisan galleries.
Day 6:Rabat – Asilah – Tangier (North Of Morocco)
Depart Rabat for Tangier along the stunning coastal road.
Visit Asilah, a beautiful coastal town with its whitewashed houses,
blue walls and doors, and many murals. Tangier, the gateway to Africa
from Europe, has always been an international melting pot. Take a tour
of Tangier and explore the bustling medina, and city surrounds, and
enjoy the stunning vista where the Mediterranean and Atlantic oceans
Day7:Tangier – Rif Mountains – Chefchaouen
Depart Tangier for the enchanting mountain village of Chefchaouen, passing through the green valleys of the Rif Mountains. Chefchaouen is famous for its vivid blue rinsed houses, and is very popular for both tourists and Moroccans, particularly in the hot summer months. Explore Chefchaouen, with its winding lanes and narrow alleys which are home to numerous souks offering cuisine and artisan works, such as woollen items, intricate embroidery, and goats cheese; all native to the North and not found anywhere else in Morocco. Relax in the square, visit a local farm or hike in nearby parks.
Day 8:Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes
After your breakfast in the riad our authentic journey will start scenic drive that will take us from high in the Rif Mountains through the fertile agricultural hills to the Roman Ruins at Volubilis, an open air museum .Volubilis is not as spectacular as the Roman sites on the Mediterranean rim but it is still a relaxed way of envisaging and an important part of Moroccan history. We will shift our way to Meknes, the fourth of Morocco’s imperial cities and the 17th century heritage where we will stop for lunch and hang around the historical huge walls of the medina. After launch, we take a glimpse to Bab el Mansour and enjoy a visit of Moulay Ismail’s shrine .after the visit of Meknes we will drive directly to Fes city where you will spend the night.
Day 9:A Full Day To Explore Fes
After visiting the economic capital Casablanca and the
political one Rabat, here we go for another adventure through the
intellectual capital of Fez which was considered Mecca of the west and
Athena of Africa.It is the biggest city of the country after Casablanca
with a population of approximately 1 million.This city is a the former
capital and one of the country’s four imperial cities. Fez comprises
three distinct parts, Fez el Bali which is the oldest part surrounded by
a big wall, where are more than 9000 narrow streets and allies.
Fez-Jdid or the new Fes, home of the Mellah the Jewish quarter and the
Ville Nouvelle the newest section of Fez created during the French
occupation.Fez el Bali is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its medina is
the largest in theworld. Among its narrow streets and allies, the oldest
university in the world is located; The University of Al-Karaouine,
founded in AD 859. This University is still operating nowadays.
Day 10:Fes – Ifrane – Azrou – Midelt – Ziz Gorges – Erfoud – Rissani – Merzouga
After the breakfast Leaving Fez and going to Merzouga ,
passing through Ifrane to arrive to the cedar forests of Azrou where the
wild monkeys are located. It will be good opportunity to take photos of
wilderness in Morocco. Lunch in a small Berber village of Zaida. We
continue the way through the Atlas Mountains enjoying the landscapes of
Medilt to arrive to the small town of Rich, Erfoud in which we’ll feel
the beginning of the Saharan oasis of Tafilalet and then continue to
Merzouga. we will spend the night in a hotel in Merzouga.
Day 11:Merzouga – Berber Families – Black Desert – Merzouga (Camel Ride & Night in Sahara)
After breakfast in the hotel youll start your explorative desert journey of the area, visiting the village of the Khamlia, originally slaves from Sudan to experience their music and lifestyle. Not far away there is the lake of Merzouga, with its bird populations, including flamingos.In addition, You may also like to visit the nomad wire house where many Berber handicrafts are priced lower than in the big cities. On the afternoon you will mount your camel, guided by an experienced Camel man, to explore inside the mysterious sand-sea of the Erg-Chebbi. Here you’ll spend your first night under the stars, or if you prefer, in a traditional Berber nomad tent. Dinner will be served in the tent where you will spend the night. Dinner Bed and Breakfast.
Day 12:Merzouga – Erfoud – Jorf – Todra Gorges – Dades
Wake up early morning to enjoy the sunrise on the top of the dunes in the Sahara Desert then go back to have your breakfast. After these beautiful moments, you will ride your camel back to the hotel where you can shower. We depart towards Tineghir passing by Erfoud and Tinejdad. Have a break for lunch. In the afternoon, we will continue to Todra gorges via Tineghir. Stopping along the way for photos and admiring the views. Moreover, Arrival to Todra Gorges to enjoy its marvelous Canyons views while hiking on foot. Later on, we drive to Boumalne du dades and stopping for a panoramic view of dades valley
Day 13:Dades Gorges – Ouarzazate – High Atlas Mountains – Marrakech
This morning after breakfast in the hotel, We depart to Ouarzazate via Skoura . Stopping for a panoramic view of the kasbah of Taourirt and another photo stop near the atlas film studios. Also, you will visit the Kasbah of AitBenhaddou and stop for lunch in a local restaurant in the village. In the Afternoon we will drive to Marrakech over the mountains of high Atlas passing through the TiziN’tichka pass (2260 m in altitude) where 14 days from marrakech ended.
Day 14:Marrakech – Airport
Transfert from the hotel to the airport, end of the 14 days tour from Marrakech ended.