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All of Morocco in 14 days

All of Morocco in 14 days

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Discover the heart of Morocco during your trip from Casablanca to Marrakech, through the Roman ruins, the Berber villages and the dunes of the Sahara. Morocco is an intoxicating fusion of cultures, with a history as diverse and varied as the colors woven into each…

Discover the heart of Morocco during your trip from Casablanca to Marrakech, through the Roman ruins, the Berber villages and the dunes of the Sahara.

Morocco is an intoxicating fusion of cultures, with a history as diverse and varied as the colors woven into each carpet sold on the street. Discover the essence of this attractive country on a two-week adventure through ancient cities, medieval bazaars and high mountain villages. Admire the impressive Roman ruins of Volubilis, go behind the scenes of the filmmakers paradise at Ait Benhaddou, discover the spectacular red dunes of the Sahara Desert and take a stroll through the blue streets of Chefchaouen. Travel to the heart of Morocco through its food, religion, language and culture to have a better understanding of this fascinating nation and its passionate people.

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1st day: Casablanca to Rabat
Arrival in Casablanca in the morning, Meeting and a drive to Rabat, on the way a stop in Casablanca for a short trip through the largest industrial and cosmopolitan city in Morocco. Continue to Rabat. In the afternoon, tours include tours of the bustling medina, followed by tours of the Oudayas Kasbah, the Grand Mosque, the Hassan Tower, and Mohammed V Mausoleum and a stroll past the rampart and walls of Mechouar who camp the Royal Palace.
2nd day: Rabat to Meknes to Volubilis To Moulay Idriss To Fez
Departure in the morning for Meknes for a visit to the Medina, or the old town, and Bab El Mansour. Later, a visit to Volubilis to see the ancient Roman ruins which depict the essence of a secular civilization, and Moulay Idriss, the holy city where the founder of Islam in Morocco is buried. Direction to Fez for dinner and a night in.
3rd day:
Full day in Fez devoted to the visit of this old imperial city founded by Moulay Idriss II in 790. The visit includes visits to the medieval medina, medersas-islamisreligions-Bou Anania universities, Attarine, the Karaouine mosque, the famous nejarine fountain and the souks.
4th day: Fez to Ifrane to Azrou to Beni Mellal to Marrakech
Departure in the morning for Marrakech, stopping briefly at ifrane renowned for its alpine architecture and Azrou, a Berber city renowned for its craft cooperative. The route continues through the mountains of the Middle Atlas, stopping for lunch in Beni mellal. Continue to Marrakech for dinner and a night in.
5th day: Marrakech
Morning dedicated to visiting Marrakech, which includes visits to the tombs of the Saadian kings, the Dar si Said museum, and the Koutoubia mosque. Lunch in a restaurant in the medina Afternoon visit the Menara gardens, followed by the famous Djemaa Place El Fna which is full of storytellers, southerners, magicians, snake charmers, palm readers, fire eaters and many other acrobats. Special dinner with typical Moroccan entertainment with folk music and dances.
6th day: Marrakech to Tahanaout to Asni to Ouirgane and back
Full-day excursion to the Berber villages of the Atlas Mountains, including an early stop at the Tahanaout market, then to Asni for a visit to Ouirgane, famous for its natural beauty. Lunch in a famous mountain resort before returning to Marrakech.
7th day: Marrakech to Ouarzazate to Tineghir
In the morning, drive to Ouarzazate. Arrive in time for lunch. Continue the road to Tineghir .Arrival and setlling in at your hotel.
8th day: Tineghir in Zagora
In the morning, visit the famous Todra and Dades gorges, then drive to Zagora located in the Draa valley bordered by numerous kasbahs on the way, Arrival and settling in at your hotel.
9th day: Zagora to M'hamid and return to Zagora then to Ouarzazate for the night.
In the morning drive to M'hamid, the gateway to the Moroccan desert, passing on the Ferja sands route, the El Bani mountains, crossing some passes, an oasis and beautiful palm region. When you arrive at M’hamid, visit the famous library which houses some of the most beautiful ancient manuscripts. Return to Zagora then continuation to Ouarzazate for dinner and overnight.
10th day: Ouarzazate to Ait Benhaddou to Taliouine to Taroudant
In the morning, road to Taroudant on the way stopping at Ait Benhaddou to see the fortified Kasbah, then to Taliouine, to see a famous Kasbah. Arrival in Taroudant in the evening and installation at your hotel.
11th day: Taroudant to Tafraout in Agadir
Short morning visit to Tafraoute before continuing to Agadir, a famous seaside resort on the Atlantic. Arrival in Agadir, lunch followed by a visit to the medina and the souks of Agadir. Dinner and a night in at the hotel
12th day: Agadir to Essaouira
Morning, direction to the fortified city of Essaouira followed by a visit to the grand mosque, the port and the old Portuguese battery. Lunch in a restaurant facing the sea. Free afternoon Dinner and overnight at the hotel
13th day: Essaouira to Casablanca
Morning, go up the coast towards Casablanca Installation at your hotel for lunch. Later, a visit by car to the largest cosmopolitan city in Morocco with its large Hassan II mosque on the ocean, the waterfront which is lined with many hotels and restaurants, the port and the exclusive residential area of ​​Anfa. Dinner in an international restaurant facing the sea.
14th day: Casablanca at the airport
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  • Accommodation in specified hotels on the basis of sharing, all taxes included.
  • 14 breakfasts and 13 dinners.
  • Transport in air-conditioned mini-buses / medium or luxury coaches depending on the size of the group
  • French / English speaking support since arrival in Marrakech
  • Local French / English speaking tourist guides.