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Day 1: Tangier-ChefchaouenMeet and greet at the port / airport or your hotel in Tangier. Visit to Cape Spartel and Hercules Caves, then transfer to Chefchaouen, passing through Tetouan and the Rif Mountains. Chefchaouen is one of Morocco’s most beautiful cities. It’s a typical Berber settlement. Free time and overnight in Chefchaouen. A tour of this blue and white village covers the popular square ‘Uta Hammam’ and the medina, as well as the waterfalls of ‘Ras El Ma’ and others.
Day 2: Chefchaouen-Volubilis-Meknes-FezAfter a delicious breakfast, we continue on our way to Volubilis, passing via Ouazan and other Rif settlements. We’ll see the Roman ruins at Volubilis, recognized by UNESCO (1997). It contains amazing mosaics, hundreds of Latin inscriptions, and artistic elements.. We’ll pause for lunch before continuing on to Meknes, where we’ll see the medieval walls of the medina, as well as Bab el Mansour and the Moulay Ismail shrine. We’ll leave later in the afternoon for Fes, where we’ll spend the night.
Day 3: Fez Sightseeing TourOur driver will meet you at your riad/hotel in Fez, we begin our tour at the Royal Palace with its superb bronze doors (seven in general. Then, with its old architecture, we visit Morocco’s first Mellah (Jewish district). We’re about to start our Fez walking tour through the maze of the Fez medina (UNESCO World Heritage). Begin at Sebbaghine, with its vibrant dyers’ lanes, then continue to Seffarine, passing through the winding alleys of the magnificent Mosque el-Quarawiyyin and the University, before taking a trip back in time to the beautiful Souk el-Attarine, filled with scented spices and vegetables. Visit the excellent Medersa el-Atterine, as well as the Quarters, mosques, and tanneries on the Oued Fez’s bank. Fes is the best in crafts, using the same materials as in the past. The tanneries, which are well-known in Fes, are a highlight of the visit, with locals working in small pits on goat, lamp, camel, and cow skins.Continue to el Najjarine with its woodwork and Plaza fountain painters. We pause for lunch nearby, then proceed to Dar Batha Museum for a tour through Moroccan arts before rejoining our car for the ride to Bab Boujloud.
For the time being, we’ll visit the 16th century Potters’ Region (Fakhkharin), located not far from Bab Ftouh in the Guerouaoua zone, to observe the specialists work in their ovens and possibly purchase some of their unique clayware.Back in our car, now for a tour of the superb walls with their spectacular Babs “doors” then we will stop at the sixteenth-century Saadian watchtower at Borj Nord for yet another panoramic view. So much history and so many moments to capture on video before returning to our car and driving to your lodging.
Day 4: Fez- Ifrane – Sahara Desert
Your tour begins in the morning when your knowledgeable driver picks you up from your hotel or riad and takes you to Merzouga in the Sahara Desert, where the Erg Chebbi Dunes await, they are spanning eastwards all the way to Algeria. But first, enjoy the thrill of a trip up into the majestic Atlas Mountains, where your first stop will be in Ifrane, dubbed Morocco’s Switzerland due to its alpine architecture. The next stop is in the fragrant cedar forests around the peaceful village of Azrou, where you can view the Barbary Apes, or Macaque monkeys, contentedly living in their natural habitat and always ready to take your food! The lovely trip continues through the mountains until you reach Midelt for lunch (a town known as the apple capital). Stop along the way to photograph the Ziz Valley and its stunning views. Then travel to Rissani, the Sahara’s principal border town, and then into the desert until the Erg Chebbi Dunes appear seemingly out of nowhere. Be ready for the highlight of the day, a ninety-minute camel trek to our Berber tent, which is encircled by huge sand dunes. Relax while listening to traditional Berber music and gazing at the magnificent moon and countless stars that appear to be so close you could touch them. Enjoy your carefully made dinner before going to the spectacular Sahara Desert camp to sleep under the stars.
Day 5: Merzouga-Dades GorgesThe sunrise will be spectacular over the sand dunes, so wake up early to see it. We will return to Merzouga on camels or 4WD as an alternative after a nice breakfast and a hot shower begin your day.We’ll leave the Sahara sand and pass by Erfoud (a town very renowned for its fossil production), then travel to Tinghir, “the city of the mountain,” in Tamazight, another lovely Berber settlement where we’ll marvel at the contrast of palm trees and home colors. A route that highlights the landscape’s contrasts.We are in the Todra Gorges, which are made by 200-meter-high rock walls, and after exploring them we can have lunch here. We will travel to the Dades Valley, a Berber settlement known for its steep gorges and vistas of the Atlas ( these gorges are named monkey feet). Dinner and overnight.
Day 6: Dades Gorges, Ouarzazate, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, and MarrakechWe will leave Dades Valley and continue to the Valley of the Roses, here you can visit the rose cooperatives that make natural rose water which is very famous in Morocco. Arrive at Ouarzazate, where we will see the Kasbah of Taourirt. We will arrive at the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been the backdrop for films, such as the Oscar-winning “Lawrence of Arabia,” “The Protective Sky,” and “Babel.” Lunch will be there. We’ll continue on to Marrakech, the “Red City,” across the Tizi N-Tichka pass and the High Atlas highlands’ breathtaking beauty.. Drop off at your accommodation.
Day 7: Marrakech Guided TourYou will be accompanied by a native guide on a city tour of Marrakech. You will see Bahia Palace, which was built by Bahmad Grand Vizier of Marrakech and features amazing mosaics and stucco, as well as learn some fascinating anecdotes about the four wives and the twenty-four concubines. The magnificent architecture of the Saadian Tomb, a 17th-century royal necropolis. Then spend some time at Marrakech’s famous souks; you’ll like the various smells, colors, and themes, as well as the size of the souks. The Jack Majorelle garden, a tranquil location in the ville nouvelle, features botanic and exotic plants from all over the world, as well as a wall painted in a dominant indigo blue. Your journey will come to a close at Jamaa Elfana Square. The most lively square in Marrakech, with snake charmers, monkeys, food stalls, and musicians!! drop off at your accommodation.
Day 8: Marrakech- CasablancaWhen you are ready, you will be transferred to the airport of Marrakech or Casablanca.