15 Days Discovering Morocco

15 Days Discovering Morocco

15 Days Discovering Morocco

Day 1: Casablanca Med V airport – Transfer to (Hotel)

first day of  15 Days Discovering Morocco : Welcome to this adventure that will last 15 days and that will be dedicated to an unforgettable visit to the beautiful Marrecuos. Our first meeting will be at the Casablanca airport, from which we will pick you up via the hotel; according to your arrival time.

Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Fes

second day of  15 Days Discovering Morocco : we will leave the economic capital behind and we will depart to Rabat where we will discover luagres as elegant as the Oudaya Kasbah with its impressive gardens and located on the river Abou Regreg. It should be noted that it was built during the reign of the Almohad dynasty in 1150 AD. We will also visit the Mausoleum of Mohamed V and Hassan II, and the Hassan Tower, which is the minaret of an incomplete mosque in Rabat and built in 1195 AD. The tower was destined to be the largest in the world. Later we will continue our way to Fez in it, you will be fascinated by the thousands of olive trees and fields on both sides of the road. Dinner and accommodation will take place at the hotel in Fez.

Day 3: Fez (city with your guide, Fes Medina)

After having breakfast at your hotel, you will start your trip on your third day and will be dedicated to discover the oldest city in Morocco and the considered spiritual and cultural capital.
We will walk through its small streets, visit the Royal Palace of the door, the Jewish headquarters, the first Mellah built in the 16th century, the oldest University of Al Qaraouine, the tanneries, the Attarine Museum and the Mausoleum of Muley Idriss and the colorful tiles Nejjarine Trevi. Finally, we will explore the souks (markets) of Fez, the most fascinating of all Morocco.

Day 4: Fes – Moulay Driss- Volubilis – Meknes

Once we have breakfast, we have to go volubilis to discover the impressive Roman ruins and know that archaeological site that has its importance in the history of the country. You will have free time to visit the area and will have the possibility to do so with a local guide to know more about the place and its history. Then, we will go to Moulay Idiss, a small mountainous city where the tomb of King Moulay Idriss is located. From here we have little to reach our third stop: Meknes where we have lunch and we will pass through the enormous historical walls of the medina such as: Bab el Mansour, the sanctuary of Moulay Ismail. You will also have time to take a walk in its souks or enjoy a coffee in the square. Dinner and accommodation will take place at the hotel.

Day 5: Meknes – Midelt – Ziz Valley – Erfoud – Merzouga (from hotel to the dunes)

After good breakfast at the hotel you are staying in. We headed for Merzouga on that fifth day of travel. Then we will pass through Ifrane, Midelt, Errachidia and Erfoud. In all that way you will notice how beautiful it is in Moroccan, enjoy the beautiful nature and landscapes. We arrive in the afternoon to our address: Merzouga. You will spend your night and have dinner at the hotel.

Day 6: Merzouga – Erg Chebbi (Exploration of the desert – the sunset)

We will wake up early we will take a 4 × 4 and we will go in the direction of the lake or Dayet Srji full of flamingos, and the house of a family of musicians Gnawas or Bambaras, descendants of the slaves who came from Black Africa, and who will delight us with their traditional music . After, we will pass through the Paris-Dakar, we get in touch with some semi-nomadic families who live tramily in the sand. We will return to our hotel reserved to rest. In the afternoon we will ride the dromedaries that will take us to the middle desert in order to attend the unforgettable and beautiful sunset. It should be noted that you will have the afternoon free to climb in the dunes and take a romantic sunset. After dinner, a Berber show with drums awaits us. With it we will spend an incredible night.

Day 7: Merzouga – Rissani – Todra

After breakfast, we will visit Rissani, the origin of the Alaoui dynasty and the first imperial city of Morocco, and the mausoleum of the founder of the Alaouite dynasty of Morocco. Thanks to its location between the north and the south it has been an important center of caravans. Currently it is still an important commercial center in the region, with its large souk, particularly live on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. This great souk stands out for its leather and goatskin trade in ancient times. At about 127 km from Rissani we find the stupendous Todra Gorges that lie beyond the high central Atlas Mountains. It should be noted that several peaks in this area exceed 4,000 m, with Jbel Saghro 2,500 m and Jbel Mgoun at 4068 m is the highest peak of this part of the High Atlas. This area is populated by Berbers. It will be great to take a walk and enjoy a walk among the fabulous canyons. Dinner and accommodation will be in the same area.

Day 8: Todra Gorges – Dades Valley – Ouarzazate

From the great canyons of Todra, we will go through the road of 1000 kasbahs towards Ouarzazate. Along the mentioned path we find several kasbahs. Well, we will stop to visit Amarhidil Kasbah. Then, we will pass through a village called Boumalne located on the edge of Dades valley that rises in the High Atlas Mountains, giving life to a huge Berber community for its rich agriculture. Along this valley, another valley, called the valley of roses.
How to get to Ouarzazate (Hollywood of Africa, The desert gate). This is a city located in the south of the High Atlas Mountains. It has filmed films such as Lawrence of Arabia (1962), The Living Daylights (1987), The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), The Mummy (1999), Gladiator (2000), Kingdom of Heaven (2005), Martin Scorsese Kundun (1997) and Babel (2005). Dinner and accommodation will take place at the hotel.

Day 9: Ouarzazate – Ait Benahddou – Taroudant

We leave Ouarzazate after breakfast, we will visit the famous Kasbah of AIT BEN HADDOU, where the famous Asterix & Obelix and Gladiator films were shot, among others. That area is considered a jewel in the region, and is declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Historically it was an obligatory stop for the caravans of the camels that brought gold, silver and slaves through the route that united Sudan with Marrekech. It is said that they returned with salt. After the visit of Ait Ben Haddou, we will go to Taroudant to stay in a hotel.

Day 10: Taroudant – Agadir – Essaouira

About 70 kilometers from Taroudant, we find Agadir. The capital of the Berbers since it is the largest city of the Berber kingdom. Agadir is a very modern city that is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, near the foot of the Atlas Mountains, and noted for its important fishing activity. It does not really offer the image of traditional Morocco since it includes a series of dynamic and modern places. From Agadir we will go to discover another jewel of the area, which is Essaouira distinguished by its white painted houses with blue windows and doors. Dinner and accommodation will take place in the aforementioned city.

Day 11: Essaouira (Essaouira Explore at your own pace)

In the eleventh day you can explore and enjoy Essaouira known for its kite surfing and windsurfing, the powerful trade wind. We will do a special activity that is monatat on camel by the beach and take walks through the elegant city. Since 1998 Essaouira is known for its Gnaoua Festival of World Music, normally scheduled in the last week of June. It brings together artists from all over the world. Although focused on Gnaoua music, it includes rock, jazz and reggae. In early 1952, the film director and actor Orson Welles made his film Othello. Now there is a square with his name of Orson Welles. You can spend the rest of the day relaxing at the hotel.

Day 12: Essaouira – Marrakech

On that day we will depart to Essaouira. Along the road you will see huge argan trees. These argan trees are frequently climbed by the goats. Argan oil is produced by cooperatives of several women and is used to prepare couscous, salads, and is traditionally used as a treatment for skin diseases before being founded as enough for the cosmetics of European manufacturers. It will be great to stop at one of these cooperatives to see how the Berber women pressed the fruits of Argan on their hands to extract this precious oil. In the afternoon we will arrive at our hotel in Marrakech and if the weather permits we will take a walk through the area.

Day 13: Marrakech, Full guided city tour

The thirteenth day on that travel route will be dedicated entirely to a special visit to Marrakech. This will begin after the Riad is disgruntled. Marrakech is perhaps the most well-known city in the world when it comes to Morocco. Perhaps that is why it is the tourist city par excellence as it mixes Berber traditions with the Arab renaissance and Western influences. It is also called the ‘ Red City ‘ because their houses are colored with the same color.
It contains countless typical beautiful places which will aseguaremos you to discover and enjoy. These are: The tombs of the Saadien kings, the Dar Si Said Museum, the Agdal, the Menara garden and the 12th century. Koutoubia Mosque, which rises above the city, the bay and Bedii palaces, and the Tanners and dyers quarters. The visit to Marrakech will be complete after a stop at the Jamaa El Fna Square. The Djemma, is the heart of the tourist capital for being home to the spices vendors, storytellers, snake charmers, eaters, acrobats, musicians and all the typical Moroccan. Dinner and accommodation will take place at your hotel.

Day 14: Marrakech (Marrakech Explore Markets at your own pace)

After the full guided tour on the previous day, you will be able to discover more of this red city on your own and you will have the chance to get acquainted with the lanes of the medina. You will have free time and you will have the possibility to go shopping in a local market and the shops scattered around the square or you can simply spend your last night on that trip enjoying the traditional Moroccan facilities of your hotel.

Day 15: Marrakech – Casablanca Airport Med V

This will be the last day in that adventure, so we tocca to start the trip back to Csablanca to connect with their flights. We hope you have lived a very special experience and you have had the best memories and memories of Morocco.end  of  15 Days Discovering Morocco.




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What’s included:

  • Pick up and drop off in Marrakech (at your hotel, Airport or any other place)
  • Private transfer by comfortable air conditioned 4 × 4 vehicle or minivan
  • Experienced English/French/Spanish/Italy etc. Speaking guide/Driver
  • Camel Ride in Merzouga Desert
  • Overnight at the camp site
  • Breakfast and dinner

NOT included:

  • Lunch/drinks consumed on the tour
  • Entry fees to monuments/museums
  • All that isn’t mentioned on the itinerary