A Wonderful 7-Day Luxury Tour Of The Exotic Land Of Morocco
Morocco is an exotic nation with unique culture, Sahara Dunes, and old caravan paths in the sandy desert. Tourists can explore the planet's tallest minaret in the city of Casablanca. They can stroll through the lovely blue-washed streets of Chefchaouen and wander at the artisan workshops in medieval Fes. This 7-day luxury tour of Morocco will help you learn everything you need about the nation's attractions.
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Meet your private guide at the Mohammed V International airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Visit the city's main attraction, the opulent Hassan II Mosque. Wander at its minaret, the tallest structure in the nation and the tallest minaret on the planet. Enjoy exploring the mosque from within, as it is one of the few mosques in the nation where non-Muslims can enter. Learn all about intricate craftsmanship through a guided tour.
Then, head to the capital city of Rabat. Explore the Islamic and Roman ruins and the fortifications of the Chellah Necropolis. Then, go to the Bab Oudaia gate and the medieval fortification of the Kasbah des Oudaias developed during the Almohad reign. Drive to Chefchaouen, where you can view a few peaks above the serene town. Stroll in the city's cobbled streets and relish the beautiful buildings dyed in blue. Enjoy some of the famous mint tea presents here before shopping for some memorabilia to take home. Following that, explore the nearly medieval fortress and dungeon.
Day 2: Ruins of Volubilis
Today, your guide will drive you to Volubilis's ruins, a UNESCO-protected site. Marvel at the structures which have been preserved very well. Then, visit Meknes and enjoy the serene and laid-back charm there. Explore the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and the Bab al-Mansour gate there. Afterward, drive on to Fes to the ruins of the Merenid Tombs and enjoy a great vantage point to view the entire city.
Day 3: Historical Medina
Today, explore the oldest imperial city in the form of Fes. Explore the Arab world's most complete Medina as you walk through the narrow streets. Walk past the souks and shops and notice the architecture influenced by Tunisian and Spanish styles. Enjoy the extraordinary views of the tanneries in the old Medina, one of which is the Chouara Tannery. Venture to the rooftop of a leather shop to get close views of the medieval stone pots filled with dye. Wander at the artisans who still use centuries-old techniques to complete their work. Visit the Al Attarine Madrasa, which illustrates the nation's artisanship and architecture with intricate tilework. Then, go to Al-Qarawiyyin University, which is one of the oldest still-functioning universities on the entire globe.
Day 4: Mystical Sahara
Today, enjoy an early breakfast before your guide drives you in a private vehicle to Merzouga. To get there, climb up an elevation of more than 7000 feet over the Col du Zad pass and through the Middle Atlas Mountains. En route, view the local Barbary macaque monkeys and the numerous fortified houses. Then, go to Erfoud, well-known for fossil mining and its date festival. Afterward, wander at the huge shifting sand dunes of Erg Chebbi before reaching Merzouga and retiring to your camp.
Day 5: Scenic Locations
Today, wake up early to catch the amazing sunrise. Then, sandboard through the desert dunes to enjoy a unique experience. Continue to the traditional Saharan village of Khemlilya and mingle with the locals there who originate from Mali. Afterward, reach the Todra Gorge and enjoy the pristine blue waters of the Todra River. Following that, go to the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs. Find many locals still living in several of the kasbahs. View the nomads who will be herding their animals there. Continue to the gateway of the Sahara Desert called Ouarzazate. Enjoy a guided tour to find out how this location has been used to film several movies worldwide.
Day 6: Magnificent At Benhaddou Kasbah
Today, enjoy visiting the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Benhaddou, which used to have great importance a millennium ago along the trans-Saharan trade route. Continue to ascend to the High Atlas mountain range and peek at its highest peak, Mount Toubkal. Reach the vantage point of the Tizi n'Tichka pass and enjoy the spectacular views over the mountain range. Feel a dramatic change in the scenery and climate as you descend the High Atlas. Reach Marrakech and retire to your resort for some rest and rejuvenation. In the evening, set out for a stroll to explore the city and enjoy the noisy streets here. Reach the main square, the busiest square in the entire continent. Gape as the square comes alive with food stalls, games, snake charmers, performers, and musicians.
Day 7: Departure
Today, explore the ancient Medina of Marrakech in the Koutoubia Mosque and Gardens. Enjoy the spectacular views of the minaret and go to the beautiful pools and fountains in the adjoining garden. Then, retire to your resort before your private guide transfers you to the airport for your international departure.