Upon arrival in Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco, you will be met and transferred by our car to your place of stay. Depending on arrival time, you will visit the city, including an optional visit to the Hassan II, one of the world’s biggest mosques. You’ll eventually stay and have your diner at your hotel.
After breakfast you’ll leave behind the modern city and venture into the discovery of the old city of Fes. You’ll cross Rabat and then Meknes, where you’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour. You’ll go through the winding and narrow streets of the old city, known as the medina, followed by Bab el-Mansour and last but not least the granaries of Moulay Ismail, known as Heri es-Souani. And then, you’ll continue to Fez for diner and accommodation.
After breakfast, you’ll meet with your guide, whom will gladly take you on a private conducted of Fez. You’ll discover the medina and souks, and visit “Medersa BouInania", then "Nejarine". Following your lunch break, you’ll continue your city exploration. And finally, you’ll be taken to your place of stay for dinner and accommodation.
After breakfast, your private driver will escort you out of the city and head to the desert of Merzouga. You’ll wind through “Jbel Bou Naceur” the highest peak (10,960f) in the Middle Atlas Mountains. And then, you’ll enjoy a relaxed pace and alpine atmosphere of the town of Ifrane. The mountain air is crisp all year long. The fresh aroma from the cedar forest fills the streets. Storks nest on the rooftops. In the afternoon, you’ll arrive at your accommodation in Merzouga.
The sun hovers over the horizon on the Sahara desert and spreads a golden shine across the sand. The wonder of the scenery is ineffable, filled with a rolling landscape and endless sweeping sand. Outside of Merzouga’s borders is Dayet Srji, a salt lake that awakens in the spring. The water reflects the empty blue sky and sits at the base of a rising sand-based hill. Flamingos linger in the water. Their plumage turns pinker the more they eat. Falcons circle the sky and leave a small, dancing shadow on the ground. The desolate landscape will make you wonder if anything could survive, but the vibrant bird life and unseen foxes are proof of a vibrant ecosystem and the delicate wonders of a harsh environment. You’ll step aboard a camel and follow trek into the desert with seasoned professionals. Eventually, you’ll be transferred to your Berber tents for dinner and accommodation.
Sunrise offers the unique opportunity to watch the day layer the desert with a rainbow of color. The breeze brushes the sand across you feet. The desert looks tiered with pink and purple, orange and red, until the sun takes full form over the horizon. You’ll board once again your familiar camel and make your way to the renowned Erg Chebbi sand dunes. And then you’ll make your way back to Merzouga in order to meet with your private driver whom will transfer you to the stunning polished rock walls of Todra Gorge and into Dades Valley. And finally, you’ll be taken to your place of stay for dinner and accommodation.
After breakfast, you’ll hit the road toward Marrakech. The Road of 1,000 Kasbahs will take you to Kalaat M’gouna, a town at the center of an oasis. The rocky hillsides look over the verdant flatland. And then, you’ll continue & reach the walls of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, the largest fortress in Morocco, which is constructed in the 18th century. Following your lunch break, you’ll continue to Marrakech. And then, you’ll be transferred to your place of stay for dinner and accommodation.
After breakfast, you’ll discover the city of Marrakech in this enlightening full day tour. You’ll immerse yourself into the history, art and culture of this magnificent walled pink city. You’ll be able to photograph the magnificent Koutoubia mosque with its great square tower and shining copper globes. And then, you’ll stroll along the bustling alleyways and see the mosques, traditional bakeries, old lodging houses and fountains carved of wood. You’ll also visit the Bahia Palace, the Saadian tombs & Menara Gardens. Following your lunch break, you’ll visit the Medrassa ben Yousef as one of the largest theological college in North Africa. Finally, you’ll walk through the alleys of the Medina and visit the most interesting handicrafts quarters, see an enchanting display of arts and crafts in the colorful souks and head towards Djema El Fna Square. Eventually, you’ll be transferred to your place of stay for dinner and accommodation.
After breakfast, according to your flight departure schedule, you’ll slightly prepare your luggage full of joyful memories and head to Menara airport.