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Do you have travel to Morocco on your mind? Who among us wouldn’t dare to imagine that? It is a wonderful travel destination, an exciting, interesting, and enchanting country. You can step right into a fairy tale of 1001 nights everywhere, from the ancient medinas in the royal cities to the sand dunes in the desert and the Atlas Mountains.
Take a 10-day tour starting in Marrakech to see the country’s most beautiful sights. Visit the historic Fes Medina, explore the Moroccan Sahara, go camping in the desert, and admire the stunning coastline. Start your tour at the culturally and historically rich city of Marrakesh. Explore the Medina, see the city’s stunning architecture, and visit the famous Djemaa el-Fna square. For an adventure of a lifetime, travel to the Sahara Desert from Marrakech.
Take a camel ride, watch the sunset over the sand dunes, and spend the night outside. The oldest of this country’s imperial cities, Fes, should be your next stop. Discover the world’s largest car-free metropolitan region, Fes el-Bali, see the stunning mosques and madrassas and buy some Moroccan trinkets. Visit Chefchaouen, a city known for its blue hue, in the north of this land. Visit Rabat city and the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca to round up your journey.
You will be greeted at the Marrakech airport upon arrival and driven by van to your riad or hotel in this city. This city is also at the top of most people's bucket lists for this country as a result of the alluring Instagram photos of opulent riads, elaborate doorways, and lavish spice stores. Everyone appears to be drawn to the red city these days because of Marrakech's magnetic appeal. You'll have the opportunity to explore the city at your leisure after lunch at a neighborhood eatery.
The entire day will be spent to exploring Marrakesh, the "Pearl of the South," after breakfast at the hotel on the 2nd day of this 10 days tour from Marrakech. The city acquired a significant number of museums and architectural landmarks as a result of its status as one of the Kingdom's capitals under the rule of the three Moroccan sultanate rulers. The city's monuments are all works of art. The Koutoubia Mosque, the Manara Pavilion surrounded by olive groves, the tombs of the Saadian sultans, the Bahia Palace, El Badii Palace, and the Majorelle Gardens are just a few of the sites that will be the focus of the morning's exploration. You will visit the most vibrant market in this city and the well-known Jemaa El Fna plaza after lunch. This square is Marrakech's most famous location. This iconic area serves as a stage for snake charmers, fortune tellers, henna artists, and monkey tamers during the day because it is also a gateway to the medina (avoid those). It awakens and morphs into the largest restaurant you've ever seen as dusk falls. Many of the stalls selling Marrakesh sweets, fruit drinks, and Moroccan food are run by affable proprietors who always give you "the greatest deal in Morocco."
In order to reach Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, one of the country's most picturesque settlements and a candidate for UNESCO World Heritage status, the journey will begin in Marrakech and go through the Tizi-N-TICHKA region of the Atlas Mountains. The journey will then continue in the direction of Ouarzazate, a sizable African filmmaking facility where a number of well-known films, including The Mummy, Gladiator, and Kingdom of Heaven, have been shot. After lunch, you'll travel to Ouarzazate before continuing on to DADES Gorges, where you'll spend the night in a hotel with a complimentary meal and breakfast. You will go through KELAAT M'GOUNA, which is known for hosting an annual rose festival, on your way from Ouarzazate to DADES.
The climactic day of our 10 days tour from Marrakech will be today. After breakfast at the riad, you'll go to Todgha Gorges, where you'll have time to yourself to take in the expansive views of Berber towns perched above the valley and stroll beneath the 300-meter-high cliff. Then, as you pass via tinjdad (lunchtime), Erfoud, and Er-Rissani while taking in the magnificent scenery of the Sahara Oasis, your journey continues to Merzouga (where the camel trekking tours will be waiting). You will saddle your camel after receiving a traditional welcome with a glass of mint tea and be accompanied by an experienced camel guy as you explore the enigmatic Erg-Chebbi sand sea and take in the splendor of the Sahara Desert while riding on the camels. You'll have time to unwind in your nomadic tent as you watch one of the best sunsets in the world set over the golden sands. After dinner, you will head to camp, where you can spend your first night in a tent or outside beneath the stars. To perform traditional Berber music with drums and to encourage dancing around the campfire, we can bring Berber nomad musicians upon your request. Our camp has modern showers and restrooms for your comfort.
You will awaken early to witness the sunrise over the magnificent and silent sand dunes in this 10 days tour from Marrakech. You'll remember this incident as one of your most vivid memories of this African land! Breakfast is followed by the journey to Fez. Even though it is one of the longer drives—about 7 hours without stops—the change in scenery will make the time fly by. You will pass through one of Africa's longest valleys, the Ziz River's valley, and gorge, on the trip. After stopping for lunch in Midelt, you continue traveling. On your trip to Azrou from Ifrane, you can stop to gaze at the magnificent Atlas cedars and feed the wild monkeys. The monkeys are sociable and enjoy being fed by humans. You will make a stop in Ifrane, which boasts a climate similar to that of Europe, parks with lakes and chalets, a ski resort, and a lot of snow in the winter, earning the nickname "Moroccan Switzerland" for the town. You will reach Fez for the night in an hour.
You will meet a local tour guide to see Fez, the oldest and holiest of the Imperial cities, after breakfast. A 2000-year-old live medina will be visited on your cultural and historical tour. A maze of winding lanes teeming with vendors in markets and souks, artisans carrying their wares on donkeys and mules, and so forth. The Attarine and Bou Anania Medersas, the Nejjarine fountain, the Moulay Idriss Mausoleum, and the Karaouine Mosque may all be found here. Visit the famed Merenid Tombs and Fez Jdid to round out your tour and get a breathtaking overview of Fez.
Check out after breakfast at the hotel. Go to one of the imperial cities, Meknes. After a brief city tour, you will continue on to Volubilis, which is located about 45 minutes from Meknes by car. You will go to the Volubilis ruins, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and were built around 400 BC. It is one of the most well-preserved Roman-era structures in North Africa. The remains are spread out over a vast region among lovely green fields. It has grand palaces, administrative buildings, and mosaic-adorned bathrooms. After that, proceed to the Blue City of Chefchaouen. It is one of the world's most attractive and appealing towns. You'll have some alone time. Spend the night here in this blue city.
Hotel breakfast is available. Next, we drive you to Rabat, our capital, where you can visit the Hassan Tower, which was built in the eleventh century. Next, the Ordains Kasbah, an 11th-century Andalusian-style castle, offers lovely views of Salé and the Atlantic Ocean. Before visiting Casablanca, the country's commercial city, you will have lunch. The second-largest mosque in the world, Hassan 2, will be your first stop. Its location on the edge of a rocky harbor above the ocean is one of the country's greatest architectural triumphs. Next, you'll go to Place Mohamed V, the site of the country's first official buildings. You will then be driven back to our riad where you will spend the night.
Today, you will tour Casablanca's top landmarks and attractions in this 10 days tour from Marrakech. The Hassan II Mosque, one of the country's most impressive buildings, is located in Casablanca and is really mind-boggling in its grandeur. The second-tallest minaret is found in this mosque, which is also one of the largest in the world. Standing in front of this structure for the first time, it seems so enormous that you can hardly trust your eyes. Including the Hassan II Mosque, there are just two mosques in this African country that are accessible to non-Muslims. Afterward, you'll go to Casablanca's most scenic district, Quartier Habous. This area was developed in the 1920s when France was still a colony and has an additional designation of The New Medina. It resembles a souk in that it has a small-town market atmosphere. You can purchase handmade crafts, trinkets, and spices in a variety of stores. If you want to buy something, don't forget to haggle! The final settlement price is frequently decreased in this land to less than 50% of the dealer's first offer!
We will drive you to the airport for your flight out today, or to any other location you pick, depending on your departure time. Note: for this 10 days tour from Marrakech, we offer both private and small group tours. We also offer luxury and standard service: staying in luxury and standard accommodation. So that the price can match your needs and budget.
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