Morocco, with its famous medieval mosques and Kasbahs, is truly the jewel of North Africa and exudes a sense of living, it is considered as a fascinating destination and the jewel of north Africa , set amid the backdrop of the gorgeous Atlas mountains and the shimmering Atlantic ocean, features reminders and remains of numerous cultures and civilisations. Venture off the beaten track to Sahara Desert Morocco and Rif mountains , visiting the most renowned historical sites in Morocco .
Assistance and welcoming in Casablanca- Airport;
Checking and arrangement of your luggage at the Hotel / Riad;
Visit of Hassan II Mosque;
Having dinner and enjoying the night.
Heading off to old Kasbah and Mosques in Rabat, Oudayas- Kasbah and Hassan Tower , they are built during Almohad dynasty in the 12th century. Over Bou Regreg river settled the relaxed city of Salé, infamous in the 17th century for its Barbary pirates and now well-known for its craftsmen.
Dinner and overnight at your Riad /Hotel in Rabat.
Travel to the blue-walled town of Chefchaouen perched beneath the rugged Rif mountains. Take a walking tour to discover the kasbah with its charming gardens, Ethnographic Museum and art gallery. Continue to the cobbled main square, Plaza Uta el-Hammam, shaded by trees. The 15th-century Grand Mosque has a distinctive octagonal minaret and the town offers handicrafts not available elsewhere.
Dinner and overnight in Chefchaouen
Continue driving to reach Meknes in the afternoon, tour the winding streets of the medina, visit Moulay Ismail Mausoleum , a lavish tribute to the sultan who made Meknes his capital in the 17th century, before walking through the markets in Hedim’s palace, originally used for royal announcements and public executions.
Dinner and overnight in your Palace/Riad/Hotel
Spend the day exploring Fez, tour of the city’s ramparts, visit the local communal bakeries and handicraft workshops to discover the secrets of their ancestral arts. Continue your private visit to the last brocade weaver still using a traditional Jacquard loom. Inside the 14th-century Attarine -Medersa, to discover the intricate architecture, end the morning with a tea ceremony with the Glaoui family in their palace.
In the afternoon, visit the Medersa Bouanania and Dar Batha, the late 19th-century palace of King Hassan I, which is now a museum of traditional art.
Dinner and overnight in your Palace/ Riad / Hotel.
Drive south through the Berber town of Ifrane in the Middle Atlas to Erfoud-town,it is a filming industry area and the Gate to the Sahara desert.
Dinner and overnight in your Hotel/Riad.
This morning visit the city of Rissani, with its 18th-century ksours, virtually impenetrable warren alleys, then continue on to the ruins of Sijilmasa.
In the afternoon, set off for Morocco desert dunes in Merzouga by a luxurious four-wheel, stopping for mint tea with nomads. Continue the journey with a camel riding to enjoy the sunset.
A traditional dinner accompanied by local entertainment and overnight at your Camp in Sahara Desert Morocco.
Drive along the ‘Road of a Thousand Kasbahs’ which follows the southern slopes of the high Atlas mountains, stopping at Tinerhir to enjoy the panoramic views in Todra gorges. Continue to Skoura, a small town surrounded by palm groves.
Dinner and overnight in a Berber- Kasbah
Today, you have a guided tour in Skoura-Village, known for its local pottery, you will meet also some professional potters to learn lot of information’s about this traditional process. Continue discovering old Kasbahs , Amerhidil kasbah , one of the grandest in the region, Kasbah Dar Ait Sidi el-Mati and Kasbah Ait Abou.
Dinner and overnight in a Berber-Kasbah.
This morning, drive to Ouarzazate and visit Taourirt kasbah, where a meeting with a representative of the Conservation Centre for Heritage Rehabilitation (CERKAS) has been arranged. Continue to the fortified village of Ait Benhaddou ( Unesco world heritage site ) to visit its magnificent and historical environment.
Dinner and overnight at your Hotel/Riad in Marrakesh.
Discover the hidden side of Marrakech: its Quranic school, foundouk, old bakery and city furnace. In the afternoon, visit Bahia Palace and Baddi Palace or ‘the incomparable palace’. Continue to the Saadian tombs.
Farewell dinner and overnight in the 16th-century and Top Class Riad / Palace
Breakfast at the hotel then we take you to Casablanca-airport to get your flight on time