Arrival at Mohammed V airport in Casablanca by your guide.
If you have time visit Casablanca, the economic capital of the kingdom. You will be able to see the Medina, Mohamed V Square, United Nations Square, the famous central market, the Habbous district, the royal palace, the residential district of Anfa and the magnificent corniche of Ain Diab dotted of swimming pools.
Night at theHotel Casablanca
Day 02: Casablanca – Rabat – Chefchaouen (340 Km)
After breakfast, departure to the city of Rabat, visit to the capital of Morocco: Rabat is a cultural city deeply rooted in history. Many masterpieces decorate its streets and squares. Visit the Kasbah des Oudayas which is a majestic and splendid architecture enhanced by the surrounding gardens. Not far from the ramparts, stand the imposing walls of Chellah; a necropolis from the Merinid era.Continue towards Chefchaouen.
Night at theHotel in Chefchaouen
Day 3: Chefchaouen - Fez (210 Km)
We will show you fabulous views of the Rif Mountains, as we cross Meknes, the magnificent 17th century capital.
We will then pass by Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, the holiest city in Morocco, then Volubilis, the ancient Roman ruins.
Fez, the oldest city in Morocco, another world of narrow streets and medieval medinas.
Night at the Riad in Fez
Day 04: Fez
Fez has a special atmosphere. This 13th century city is an imperial city with a long multicultural history, which has unexpected surprises in store for its visitors.
Cross the walls of the famous medina of Fez, recognized by UNESCO as Outstanding Universal Value. Stroll through the streets of the Fez-El-Bali district. The Bab Boujloud is the easiest way to enter the medina.
At the beginning of May, the squares and alleys resonate with world music, where the Festival of Sacred Music of the World is held in the former imperial capital, which accompanies Jazz in the Riads, one of the main events of the calendar culture of the city. .
Night at the Riad in Fez
Day 05: Fez-Azrou –Midelt-Merzouga (460 Km)
Our first destination would be Immouzer, the charming Berber village offering the most beautiful views of lush green landscapes and flowing rivers.
After that, we will continue our way through the green cedar forests to Ifrane, “the little Moroccan Switzerland”. Our team will help you discover the French-style city, enjoying its cool climate and fascinating architecture.
Then we will take a break in Azrou, to learn about the ancient Berber culture and the magnificent cedar forest, to see the oldest tree in Morocco and have fun with the cunning little monkeys. We will continue towards Midlet,
Finally, we will continue to Merzouga, the Golden Gate of the Sahara, where we will take a spectacular hike admiring the magical sunrise and the sensational tranquility of the majestic Sahara.
Our camels would take us to our exotic desert camp amidst the curving dunes, to gather around the campfire, watch a Berber folkloric show, and admire the captivating starry sky.
Dinner and dinner Night at Merzouga camp
Day 06: Merzouga-Dadès-Ait Benhaddou (390 Km)
Breakfast, then the journey exits the desert and heads towards Rissani to visit an ancient palace and a kasbah. After lunch, the journey continues passing through an area of fossils, small villages and oases until arriving at the town of Tingerhir.
We take you to visit the cliffs of the Todra gorges and the rock of the Dades valley before going off-road to visit nomadic caves and have a glass of tea before continuing off-road to the Skoura oasis with its old kasbah and its palm trees. From there, you will have time to visit the magnificent kasbah of Aït Ben Haddou, dating from the 12th century, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Dinner and dinner Night at Riad Aït Benhaddou.
Day 07: Ait Benhaddou – Marrakech (180 km)
Departure to the city of Marrakech, in the evening, visit Marrakech Visit the small streets of the old medina and its astonishing monuments and gardens. During this Marrakech sightseeing tour, you will visit the main attractions and monuments of this imperial city. First, you will visit the botanical garden. the gardens of Yves Saint Laurent, the Majorelle gardens and this museum of Berber art, then you will head towards the ancient Medina you will be amazed by the history of this city, you will visit the 11th century Koutoubia Mosque, the royal tombs of the Saadian dynasty Then continue to explore the magnificent Bahia Palace, one of the most beautiful palaces in the world. After exploring the historical monuments of Marrakech, you will head to the colorful medina of Marrakech with your guide; stroll through its Souks/Markets, and enjoy the smells of spices, magic carpets and aroma shops. And then, you will end your guided tour of Marrakech at the famous Jemaa Lefna square, listed as a world heritage site.
Night at the Riad in Marrakech
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