15 day Morocco Discovery Tour

The Discover Morocco circle includes the simplest that Morocco has to offer to discover the different possibilities of Moroccan life in this fantastic circle. You will discover the varied landscape and admire the exciting customs, geography and rich historical past. In the north you will discover the simplest, most historic and wealthiest imperial cities of Rabat, Meknes and Fes as well as the Roman ruins of Volubilis. In the south you can enjoy the good atmosphere in the counteratlas, the magic of the desert and the magnificent Dades valley, which is bordered by devastating reeds to breathe fresh air from the oases and the beautiful palm trees. Later in large areas of the distant Atlas Mountains before it ends in the joy of the magic of Marrakech.


When you arrive at Casablanca airport, your driver / information will be welcomed. They will take you to your home where you will have time to settle down and clean.


After breakfast, your Morocco tour starts with the most important monuments of the city, such as the Hassan II Mosque, the second largest mosque in the world. Then we visit Corniche Street, where the nightlife of the city is in line with the public and private coasts, with the famous Mohammed V Square, the United Nations Square, the residential area of ​​Anfa and the background of the Royal Palace. After lunch, departure for Rabat, the current capital of Morocco and main royal residence. After some time to rest and clarify the view, the luxurious Mohamed V Mausoleum becomes the magnificent building of the tomb of the former Moroccan kings, the unfinished 12th century mosque, the Hassan Tower, the Giralda sister in Seville and the city attributed to the Koutoubia Mosque in Marrakech. End the tour with a visit to the 12th century fortified Kasbah of Oudayas with its beautiful Andalusian square.


After breakfast, departure for Fez with the city of Meknes, known as “Versailles of Morocco”, which Moulay Ismail built largely at the end of the 17th century. The ancient capital, whose sections are decorated with imposing gates, is impressive in the Islamic world. Also in the country is the holy and whitewashed city of Moulay Idriss, the tomb of the founding father of Islam in Morocco and the place where the first Arab family was founded mainly in the year 787 AD. After a good lunch, visit the almost entirely preserved Roman ruins of Volubilis to find the fully preserved archaeological site in Morocco. So we head to Fez, the cultural and religious heart of the nation.


Take advantage of a normal Moroccan breakfast. Then visit the oldest imperial cultural and religious capital of Morocco, which is one of the best examples of capital preserved in the Middle Ages. Fez, which was largely built in the 9th century, has not changed since then. Licensed data is available to help you navigate the Serpentine and Medina markets, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with graceful and winding streets, small squares, lively tanneries and craft factories to help some artisans in the note to remind business historical ways. Enjoy the royal palace of Fez and the district of El Mallah in the 14th century, a powerful district in Morocco. Unforced lunch is consumed by the oldest college in the world and the luxurious Carpenters Square. It is a beautiful fountain. We conclude our tour with the ascent of the Merenidas Cemeteries, which open onto a magnificent panorama in Fez.


After breakfast in your riad or resort, we head north to find a completely different lifestyle from Fes. Chefchaouen is a modern tourist attraction and a welcome city in all the Rif mountains, south of the Mediterranean coast in northwest Morocco. The city lies at the foot of the Rif mountains, according to which the title “centuries” of Chaouen was adopted due to the shapes of the mountains. It was built primarily in 1471 as a small castle. Chefchaouen fell under Spanish occupation and was freed in 1956. It is often referred to as the “blue city” of its typical buildings. Take a walk and discover the white and blue walls of the city and the markets where some local handicrafts are served. There is also a destroyed mosque built by the Spaniards with stairs around the tower. On your return trip to Fes, you will enjoy breathtaking views of the Reef Mountains and the whole afternoon in Fes.


If you drive inland, you can cross the Central Atlas Mountains, known for its ski area, surrounded by cedar, oak, pine and barbarian mud villages in Siena. The capital of Ifrane, commonly known as “Swiss Switzerland”, is a very beautiful city with European fashion houses. Very attractive During this excursion you will discover the beautiful mountain landscape where the barbarian tribes live, where the privileged residents have lived for many years. Lunch in Midelt, the city of apple candidates, and continue your journey by visiting the trenches of the Ziz River, which bathe the palm trees south on the edge of the Middle Atlas, and pass by numerous barbaric towns and villages where you will pass the desert bite can stay overnight near the moving sand bank. This is an opportunity to find the beautiful sand dunes for camel rides, guided by Bedouin data worn in a blue Tuareg dress, and camping in a Bedouin tent under the myriad of U.S. stars, pure desert skies, or an inviting vacation spot in the summer months of the scorching season. An experience not to be missed is watching the sunset from the impressive dunes of Merzouga, an active place amidst the great golden dunes that change every time you really feel peace. During the night (under the tent)


After breakfast, continue your tour of Dades Valley and Kasbah Road, which tower like sandcastles with towers along this historic shopping street. Arrival in the endless city of Majouna, known for its roses and annual flower competitors, frequented by many people from all over the world. Meet in the Tinghir oasis along the road to Ténjada. Visit the magnificent canyons of Tudra to enjoy the sheer hot tub of this peaceful barbaric oasis and climbing paradise, and then travel to Ouarzazate, Morocco, Hollywood, the place where you follow the Mil Casbah path and the Dades Valley .


Fresh, with a full stomach and ready to go, we will enjoy Moroccan Hollywood. With film studios that offer a very favorable environment for a very powerful film, we go to the great combined Kasbah Taourirt, which is one of the few residences left by Pasha Galloway. The kasbah has been recently restored and welcomes thousands of people to the popular festival every year. Later we started a journey north along the Ouarzazate Valley to the magnificent Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, which was really declared a World Heritage Site. Ait Ben Haddou is undoubtedly one of the most magnificent places. The walled city is no longer a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is no longer a backdrop for famous films like Lawrence of Arabia, in the Atlas it stretches across a very strong mountain range in Africa, which is perched on a rock on an additional reed section and controls the world for miles. The Kasbah traveled this route to Marrakech until the French took a route through the mountain Tizi-en-Teka (AD 2260). He moved to Marrakech.


After breakfast we have a guided tour of Marrakech, the most famous imperial city and the tourist capital of Morocco. A historic urban oasis of pink buildings and mummified orchards, known for its beautiful local climate, the enchanting backdrop of the pointed Atlas Mountains, its beautiful gardens, mainly for its magnificent squares in the heart of the city. In the morning, visit the city’s historical monuments, as well as the pretty 12th-century Koutoubia Mosque, the splendid Andalusian model of the 19th-century Bahia Palace, the splendid sadistic tombs from the 16th century, and the Menara Gardens. After lunch, you can discover the secrets of Medina and its wonderful original markets, and then take your time to see the carnival fans at Jemaa El Fna Square. Bring the sunset to life and walk around with snake charmers and storytellers competing for fans, water sellers, gourmet monkeys, and acrobats.

Day at leisure, enjoy it on your own


After breakfast, we walk from Marrakech to the fishing village of Essaouira by the sea, a historic settlement with deep sandy shores. The path takes you through space and his most important job is growing argan wood. We go to local cooperatives that produce wood oil and the oil is used in all products and in the kitchen.


The city of Essaouira is a castle with a different past known by the Portuguese name Mogador! It has been occupied by various civilizations since prehistoric events. Essaouira is famous for the Tyrrhenian production unit, which supplies Rome with the legendary purple tint. Cradle for artists of all shapes and sizes. Take a tour of the harbor and watch the fishing boats come home. The port of La Marsa not only shows scaffolding cannons, but also offers great views of the Atlantic Ocean and the city. Travel to the city itself, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and go home to meet the famous carpenters and woodworking shots. Visit the women’s cooperative that produces argan oil, then enjoy your free time to explore the alleys of the city, stroll through the infinite sea, or sample today’s fish at a beach restaurant.


After breakfast, we make a day trip to Agadir with more than 300 sunny days. Agadir is a coastal city in Morocco where you can surf and fish all year round. The city’s waterfront offers captivating options like cruises, wind shopping, horseback riding, and tennis. The building is a mix of typical Arab and European varieties. Agadir could be quite different from another city in Morocco. In this new model city with its huge straight streets and low and minimal houses, we will certainly go to one of the few monuments of ancient Agadir. You can go to the Kasbah, an old castle from the 16th century. Just a summary of sections and input support. However, you can have a breathtaking view of the coast, the sea and the busy port. You will notice the imposing Talburgent Mosque. You could have exactly 10 minutes here to take good photos. In New Agadir, you can visit the market in a market specially built with herbs, spices, ceramics, carved wooden objects, jewelry, leather goods and more in 15 minutes. Then you can visit Corniche Boulevard to see the magnificent bay with its 9 km white sands swept by the Atlantic Ocean. Then I return to Essaouira at night.


When you arrive at Casablanca airport, your driver / information will be welcome. They may take you to your resort, where you will have time to settle down and clean up.


Private transportation to the airport and assistance with return flight procedures.

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