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UNIQUE HIGHLIGHTS – EJOY THE 9 DAYS TRIP AROUND MOROCCO

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9 Days
Casablanca
Morocco
Min Age : 8
Max People : No limit
Tour Details

Take this adventure and experience an escapade that’ll truly satisfy your wanderlust. This Morocco trip helps you to discover the most highlights of Morocco .You will meet and talk with local people .This will encourage you to  learn their language ,culture and so on .

Departure & Return Location

Casablanca

Departure Time

8:00am

Price Includes

  • Your fantastic Busabout crew
  • Guided tours of Rabat, Fes, Volubilis & Ait Benhaddou
  • Accommodation in hotel / riad
  • Sahara camel trek

Price Excludes

  • Entry fees and tips
  • Lunches and drinks during your tour

Complementaries

  • Good Ambiance
What to Expect

Pack your binoculars, travel journal, and compass, because this trip is an adventurer’s dream journey. The cities are spicy tapestries of ancient spires and bustling markets, the desert is an unending expanse of orange beauty, and the cuisine contrasts fresh minty flavours with rich lamb stews. What’s more is you go cruising on a 4×4, ride on a camel, and sleep under the stars at a traditional Berber camp. Take this adventure and experience an escapade that’ll truly satisfy your wanderlust.

 

  • Visit Fes cultural city
  • Explore Middle Atlas and Ifrane
  • Visit Merzouga and Khamlia
  • Camel trekking in desert
  • Spend a night in Merzouga camp
  • Visit Dades gorge
  • Explore Ouarzazate
Itineraries

Day 1You get picked up at Casablanca airport and then further driven to Fes

On the very first day of your arrival at Casablanca, we will come pick you up from the airport and then drive you directly to Fes thru the freeway so that you can relish the awesome views/scenery of the fertile lands of Rabat and Meknes city before arriving at your Riad in Fes where you will have a good night rest and also enjoy a sumptuous traditional dinner.

Day 2Fes

Right after your breakfast at the hotel, you will follow up with a tour to the oldest city in Morocco, exploring and walking thru its alleys and small amiable streets. We will begin the trip by visiting the Royal Palace gate, the Jewish headquarter, and the first Mellah ever constructed in Morocco, around the 16th century. We will make sure that you visit all locations with historical and cultural interest including those of the renowned Al Qaraouine University – the most ancient in the region, the Tanneries, the Attarine museum and Mulay Idriss mausoleum amongst others. Then right after lunch, you will tour the tiles cooperative and also experience the awesome panoramic view over the entire Medina of Fes.

Day 3Medelt

You get a free morning in Fes and later drive to Midelt in the mid afternoon. Note that Midelt is half way from Fes thru Merzouga.

During mid-day you will exit Fes journeying to Ifran – another awesome village of mountains also known as “the Switzerland of Morocco” and then head later on to Midelt. Around the moments of this tour, you’ll experience sights of the Middle and Higher Atlas mountains. We will then halt at Azrou, a Berber settlementat the centre of the renowned cedar forest – the biggest in Morocco, where you may well view the Barbary apes. From there – the trip continues to Midelt along the outstanding hills and mountains of the Atlas. Arriving in Midelt, you will be lodged at a luxurious hotel – the Hotel Taddarte.

Day 4Midelt - Ziz Valley - Merzouga

You enjoy camel ride and night in a camp. Right after breakfast at your hotel – you will proceed with a tour to Merzouga thru Errachidia and Erfoud. You will also be journeying thru the captivating Tiz N talghamt pass and the Ziz Gorge, taking in sights –the High Atlas plateau as you notice how the scenery changes on the way to the desert as you get close to the city of Errachidia where lunch will be served as you enjoy Berber hospitality. Thereafter – you will tour thru the lush Ziz Valley, taking a break for panoramic views thru the way to Erfoud and Rissani.

You will arrive at Merzouga mid-day and will be welcomed with a glass of mint tea before you continue on a camel ride to spend your night at the desert camp with Berber music and surf boarding.

Day 5Merzouga - Toudgha Gorges - Dades valley

The assigned camel guide will wake you up early in the morning so that you can view what may turn out to become one of the best sunrise of your life. After this scene, you will embark on the camel trip back to the village of Merzouga. En-route you will appreciate the distinct beauty of the remarkable Erg Chebbi sand dunes – fluctuating with the light as the day advances. Then after breakfast in the riad, you’ll proceed to Rissani ,Tinghir, and Todra gorges – the utmost, narrowest gorges in Morocco. And then after lunch in the centre of the gorge – we’ll drive you thru the Dades Valley, where you will sight the magnificent sand castles and the astounding rock establishments known as “monkey toes”. You will spend the night in anelegant hotel overlooking the Dades valley.

Day 6Dades valley - Roses valley - Ouarzazette - Ait Ben Haddou kasbah - High Atlas mountain

Dades valley – Roses valley – Ouarzazette – Ait Ben Haddou kasbah – High Atlas mountain – Marrakech Right after breakfast at your hotel, you will trip through the Dades Valley to Kalaa M’gouna and Ouarzazat. The path through Dades Valley is the route of the thousand kasbahs–offering several prospects and benefits to take some of your best photo-shots of the trip on both the valley roses and cinema city of Ouarzazate passing by Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah – the largest Kasbah in Morocco and presently one of the UNESCO heritage locations. After this, we will move on to cross the high atlas mountains full of panoramic sights and gorgeous Berber settlements all thru the way of timm Marrakech .

Day 7Marrakech Tour -

You get your early morning breakfast, after which you will have a guided tour of Marrakech. On the trip – you will notice the Palace of the Bahia, the Saadian Tombs, and several other hidden reserves. You get your lunch, and thereafter will proceed with the tour on to the splendid Koutoubia Mosque and the renowned Jemaa el-Fna, one of the main attractions of Marrakech. You peak with the night listening to the local storytellers, enjoying the entertainers, and relishing mouth-watering barbeque pits, with the square well worth a visit. You end the day with a tour to the souk (market), and get your dinner & accommodation at your hotel.

Day 8You get free day in Marrakech.

You will have your free day in Marrakech to rest and To explore the Medina

Day 9Transfer to the airport and end of the tour.

Transfer to the airport and end of the tour.

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