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THE BEST OF MOROCCO CASABLANCA TO MARRAKECH ADVENTURE TOUR 15 DAYS ( TWO WEEKS )

Welcome to the best of Morocco Casablanca to Marrakech adventure tour 15 days ( TWO WEEKS )

 

DAY 1 – MEET AT CASABLANCA AIRPORT – EXPLORE CASABLANCA (30 KM)

Welcome to the best of Morocco Casablanca to Marrakech adventure tour 15 days – Including Rabat, Chefchaouen, Fez, Roman ruins, Sahara Desert Luxury camp Camel tour, Southern Morocco valleys, Kasbahs, Berber villages, Atlas Mountains hikes, Seaside beach towns and Marrakesh, a truly custom tour to learn and sicker Hidden Morocco! On arrival at Casablanca Airport, you will be met by Our Morocco Tours Guide and transferred to your hotel. While this is an arrival day and you may arrive at any time, please note that hotel rooms are generally only available after midday, and that there will a Welcome Meeting with your leader tonight. Transfer to a Hotel to spend the night.

Morocco Premium Trips & Tours  & Adventures organize tour from Casablanca with experienced drivers and guides to explore Moroccan Culture, Sahara desert and authentic adventures along the way. Our tour will begin at Mohamed V airport in Casablanca.  We will visit the famous and the biggest Mosque in Africa, Hassan II, which was built between 1987 and 1993.  This will be a golden opportunity to see the skilful work of Moroccan artisans, revealing the richness and beauty of their handicraft.

Accommodation : 4* Hotel / (1 night)

Tour Highlights : Casablanca Hassan 2 Mosque

Meals Included: Welcome Dinner

DAY 2:  CASABLANCA – RABAT – (100 KM )

This morning after breakfast, meet your guide at 8am, We will make our way to Rabat, the capital of Morocco, enjoy the charming garden of Challa, surrounded by walls and beautiful defensive gates, built between 1310 and 1330.  Later we will stop at Mohamed V Museum built in 1972, and we will visit the tombs of Moroccan kings Mohammed V, who died in 1962, Hassan II who died in 1999, the tomb of Moulay Abdullah the uncle of Mohammed VI and Hassan Tower which was built in 12th  century.

Oudaya Kasbah which was built in 12th century and served as a military base for the Almorabits army in their defense against the Spanish army.  The roof of the Kasbah allows a stunning view of the surrounding area.  You will also get to see the 240 km long Abi-Regrag river , located in western Morocco between Rabat and Sala.

Accommodation : 4* (2 night)

Travel Experiences : Rabat – Guided Walking Tour / Chella, Oudaya, Hassan Tower

Meals Plan: Breakfast / Dinner

 

DAY 3: EXPLORE CHEFCHAOUEN

We will then drive to Chafchaouen through the cities of Knitra and El Ghareb, a very agrecultural and farming zone, stopping in Ouazzane, passing by spectacular scenery with cedar, oak and almond trees. we will arrive to Chefchaouen in the afternoon.

Set against a wide valley and nestled between two peaks in the stunning Rif Mountains, the isolated town of Chefchaouen is a surprising delight. Much of Chefchaouen was recreated by Andalusian refugees escaping the Reconquistia, so its striking blue and whitewashed houses, red-tiled roofs and artistic doorways give it the feel of the Spanish hills. After you will start exploring Chefchaouen “The blue city of Morocco”. Situated at the footstep of 2 higher mountains, Chefchaouen is a beautiful unique city with its white washed walls and blue doors, and windows. Unlike many parts of Morocco, Chefchaouen was occupied by Spain; therefore there is much influence of the Spanish civilisation and the Moorish architecture. On the afternoon, you will have your own time to wonder around and enjoy your space.

Enjoy a free afternoon to relax or explore more of the town. Within the plaza is the walled fortress of the Kasbah – you can wander through the tranquil gardens inside, visit the ethnographic museum, and soak in wonderful views from the rooftop. Alternatively, you might prefer to get out of town and enjoy a short hike in the surrounding hills.

Tour Highlights : Chefchaouen – Guided Walking Tour

Meals Included : Breakfast /  Dinner

 

DAY 4 CHEFCHAOUEN – VOLUBILIS – FES ( 220 KM )

Descend from the hills and travel south through the centre of the peninsula towards the sacred pilgrimage town of Moulay Idriss (approximately 3 hours). From here it’s a short journey out to the World Heritage site of Volubilis. The remains of this Roman city make an undeniably impressive sight as they come into view on the edge of a long, high plateau. Take a tour around the arches, basilicas, and superb mosaics along the Decumanus Maximus, many of which remain intact. The reward for walking in the sun lies in an incredibly memorable lunch of traditional Roman recipes in the shadow of the ancient ruins. Recline on Moroccan Kilims and dine on local ingredients, much like the Romans did a thousand years ago. Once forbidden to non-Muslims, (IF TIME PERMITS) your next stop at ancient Moulay Idriss offers a great insight into traditional Moroccan life. Here the faithful gather to pay homage at the tomb of Moulay Idriss I – the great-grandson of Mohammed and the man who brought Islam to Morocco. Explore the delightful streets, perhaps sampling the famous nougat candy sold at street-side stalls. Continue on to Fes, arriving by evening (approximately 1.5 hours), the spiritual heart of Morocco.

Accommodation : 4* or similar (2 nights)

Activities :

Guided walking Tour Volubilis

Meals Plan: Breakfast

 

DAY 5 EXPLORE FES CITY SIGHTSEEING WALKING TOUR

Enjoy the guided city tour of Fes. Begin with the entrance to the largest royal palace in Morocco. Continue with a panoramic view of the ancient medina. Enjoy an authentic experience at the traditional ceramic crafts village of Fes after that. Your next stop is Fes El Bali, the ancient town or Medina, which is a medieval part of Fes that has not changed for centuries. Optional lunch at a local restaurant. Visit the famous Al-Karaouine mosque, built by Fatima Al Fihria in 857. Al-Karaouine mosque became home to the University of Al-Karaouine, which is the first university in the world and the world’s foremost center of learning at the beginning of the second millennium. The university was built by Fatima Al Fihria in 859, and, since then, it has become one of the leading spiritual and educational centers of the Muslim world. In the medina, visit also a Merdersa, which is a Coranic school. Complete the city tour of Fes with the leather Souq and the oldest Leather Tannery in the world. The tannery dates back at least nine centuries.

Fes is the spiritual and cultural heart of Morocco; vibrant, noisy, fascinating and overwhelming – a visual and pungent feast for the senses. It is made up of three distinct ‘cities’, or quarters, and you will stay in elegant, riad-style accommodation on the edge of the huge, well-preserved medieval old city – the mother of all medinas. Today head into the old city, known locally as Fes el Bali, arguably the world’s most fascinating and confounding old city. Medieval Fes was one of the world’s great centres of education and culture, both Islamic and Jewish. Its religious institutions and libraries are legendary, its mosques of great renown. Walk through the twisting streets and alleyways, passing donkeys piled high with goods, and explore the specialty sections that divide the souk. Filled with historic khans, medresses and dye-pits, stalls loaded with fruits, herbs and soups, and where the squawk of chickens, smell of spice and sound of hammering of copper fills the air, it’s not hard to imagine yourself back in the Middle Ages. Spend the day exploring the old city, visiting, Mederassa Bou Inania, the tanneries and the splendid Funduk Nejjarine, a beautifully restored 18th century inn. Car : 1 hours – Walk : 3 hours /

Travel Experiences :

Guided walking Tour Fes

Fondouk Nejjarine

Mederassa Bou Inania

Al karawyin university

Potter & Ceramic Workshop

Meals Plan : Breakfast

 

DAY 6 FES – MIDELT – ZIZ VALLEY – ERFOUD – MERZOUGA  (450 KM)

Meet at your hotel in Fes at 8am and embark on long driving day, where we will meet different colors of the kingdom by leaving the old Moroccan city of Fes.

 In the way we will pass through the most modern and clean city in the country Ifran. This Berber name of Ifran means caves and it is nicknamed in Morocco as a little Switzerland since it is a very green town and is a ski resort in the Middle Atlas region of Morocco because of its high altitude at 1665 meters. Ifran is very known as well by The Brotherhood private university, established in 1997 by The king of Morocco Hassan II and the king of Saudi Arabia Fahd. Where all classes are taught in English, it is an international university. Lunch will be scheduled in a Berber village called Midelt which is situated on the foothills of the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains. From vast plateau we start crossing up those tough mountains which are still settled by a big Berber community. The landscapes here includes palm tree oases at Jbel Ayachi (at 3747 m) before driving down the curves and join the pre-Saharan zone passing first by Errachidia and Erfoud, which is famous for its pottery and the interesting fossil quarries. Fossils are a major industry in Erfoud, some 350 million years ago the region around Erfoud was a part of the huge ocean. Heading up to the red colored sand sea dunes of Erg Chebbi at Merzouga via Rissani, the hometown of the Alaouist dynasty, where Moulay Ali sheriff started to unify Morocco under his red flag in the beginning of the 17th century. From a vast plateau you will get impressed by the huge sand dune of Merzouga appearing from the horizon. We meet our camel men, embark on a 1hour camel ride into the desert to spend a wonderful night enjoying these dramatic dunes, wonderful skies and stars at night, you may get involved in some drumming arround the fire with the berbers tonight, dinner in the campsite Tonight we stay in Berber tented desert camp and enjoy a wonderful stars view.

Accommodation : Luxury Desert Glaming

Tour Highlights : Camel Trekking / Wildlife watch

Meals Plan : Breakfast / Dinner

 

DAY 7: MERZOUGA – RISSANI – TODGHA GORGES (190 KM )

Visiting Errisani and the Mausoleum of the founder of the Alaouite Dynasty of Morocco, Moulay Ali Chrif in the 17th century. This silent town was the ancient capital of Tafilalet and its location as a crossroads between north and south brought the city to an important status of a former major caravan center. Up to now Rissani remains a major commercial center in the region, with a large souk, particularly lively today on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sunday. It was noted for its leather and goat skin trading in ancient ages.

we will then visit the underground irrigation channels used by the nopmads to irrigate theire oasis of palms and henna during the drought times, we will visit the oasis Museum in one of the most vibrant valleys of southern Morocco, called the valley of Tinjdad.

127 km from Errisani the great canyons of Morocco Todgha Gorges are situated beyond the central high Atlas Mountains. Here, the contrasting landscapes remind visitors of the Colorado, with its high plateau, its gorges and great canyons, and its peaks sometimes splintered by erosion. Several peaks in this area exceed 4000 m, with Jbel Saghro 2500 m and Jbel Mgoun at 4068 m being the highest peak in this part of the High Atlas. The area is populated by Berbers. Here you can enjoy a hike among those fabulous canyons.

Accommodation : 4* Hotel

Tour Highlights : Guided walking tour of the valley and Gorge

Carpets co-operative

Meals Plan : Breakfast / Dinner

 

DAY 8:   TODGHA GORGES – DADES VALLEY  – OUARZAZATE (164 KM )

From the great canyons of Todgha we go along the road of 1000 kasbahs, since there are enormous Kasbahs on both sides of the road. Some of those old fortified houses are restored but unfortunately a lot of them are ruins. We drive up to visit the Dades gorge & valley, and we head to the Berber family for Lunch, cooking course, a walk o discover the valley and spend some time wit the Berbers before we head to our hotel near the valley. Overnight in Roses valley.

A visit to one of those kasbahs is scheduled by seeing Amrhidil Kasbah. We pass a town called Boumalen situated on the edge of Dades valley which rises in the High Atlas Mountains, giving life to a huge Berber community by its rich agriculture. Along this valley another valley called valley of roses appearing with the green colors of its Alfalfa plants, olive trees, fig trees and grapes. This valley gives birth to a rose from which locals produces different cosmetic products like soap, perfumes and skin creams. Locals here celebrate this rose by organizing a national festival eachend of April. Getting to Ouarzazate (Hollywood of Africa, Noiselessly town, The door of the desert), is a city situated in the middle of a bare plateau, south of the High Atlas Mountains. It is mainly inhabited by Berbers, who constructed many of the prominent kasbahs and building for which the area is known. One of those building is Taourirt Kasbah diverted in 17th century.

Why this town is nicknamed as Hollywood of Africa? Simply because it has been noted as a film-making location, with Morocco’s biggest studios inviting many international film companies to shoot their movies like: 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’s Kundun (1997) and Babel (2005).

Accommodation: 4* Riad 

Tour Highlights : Guided walking tour Dades

Optional Cooking course / Lunch BERBER Family / Henna Ceremony

Visit Skoura

Visit Cinema Museum

Optional Traditional Hammam

Meals Plan : Breakfast / Dinner

 

DAY 09:   AIT BENAHDDOU – IMLIL ( 200 KM )

We start our day visiting the fortified city of Aït Benhaddou, built in the 11th century. Once up on a time this Kasbah was the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakesh. It is situated on a hill along the Ounila River and has some beautiful examples of kasbahs, which unfortunately sustain damage during each rainstorm and windstorms. Most of the town’s inhabitants now live in a more modern village at the other side of the river; however, around five families are still living within this Kasbah.

Aït Benhaddou Kasbah has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 and several films have been shot there, including Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Time Bandits (1981), The Jewel of the Nile (1985), Kundun (1997), Gladiator (2000) and Alexander (2004). From this beautiful fortified house we head west to the city of Marrakech. It is called the “Homeland of God in Berber”. The ramparts of the town are nearly 30 kilometers long. We will then drive accross the high Atlas mountains, to tizi n Tichka pass 2260 m, enjoy dramatic view and drive along the windy road,

After lunch you will meet your mountain guide for a memorable day in the High Atlas Mountains drive across some of the most beautiful valleys to the village of Imlil dominated by MOUNT Toubkal the highest peak in north Africa 4167m… Start a soft hike or ride a mule, to one of the highest and most picturesque berber villages.meet the local berber people who are the earliest inhabitants of Morocco and discover their way of life and culture. during this hike you will admire breath-taking mountain sceneries.

The High Atlas Mountains, which often dominate the skyline to the south of Marrakech, have always played an important role for the city not least with regard to commerce. Whilst Marrakech is in itself a fascinating city, a whole new experience awaits those who venture south into the mountains.

With several peaks above 4000 metres, the Central High Atlas is part of a larger chain of mountains that spreads from the Atlantic Coast in the west to the Algerian border in the east. The mountains are home to the indigenous Berber (or Amazigh) people who have inhabited Morocco for at least 5000 years. The Berbers live in small clusters of earthen adobe houses which cling precipitously to mountainsides and are often only accessible by mule or foot. A trek in the High Atlas will offer more than a glimpse into a way of life that has barely changed for centuries and where traditional values and hospitality have been mostly unaffected by the outside world

Accommodation : 4* Hotel

Travel Experience : Walking & Trekking / Mule Ride if necessary

Meals IPlan: Breakfast / Dinner

DAY 10: TREKKING HIGH ATLAS MOUNTAINS – IMLIL

After breakfast you will meet your mountain guide for a memorable day in the High Atlas Mountains drive across some of the most beautiful valleys to the village of Imlil dominated by MOUNT Toubkal the highest peak in north Africa 4167m… Start a soft hike or ride a mule, to one of the highest and most picturesque berber villages.meet the local berber people who are the earliest inhabitants of Morocco and discover their way of life and culture. during this hike you will admire breath-taking mountain sceneries.

Enjoy a traditonal typical lunch in a berber home or picknick. Overnight in Imlil in Local Gite.

The High Atlas Mountains, which often dominate the skyline to the south of Marrakech, have always played an important role for the city not least with regard to commerce. Whilst Marrakech is in itself a fascinating city, a whole new experience awaits those who venture south into the mountains.

With several peaks above 4000 metres, the Central High Atlas is part of a larger chain of mountains that spreads from the Atlantic Coast in the west to the Algerian border in the east. The mountains are home to the indigenous Berber (or Amazigh) people who have inhabited Morocco for at least 5000 years. The Berbers live in small clusters of earthen adobe houses which cling precipitously to mountainsides and are often only accessible by mule or foot. A trek in the High Atlas will offer more than a glimpse into a way of life that has barely changed for centuries and where traditional values and hospitality have been mostly unaffected by the outside world, We will drive to Marrakech after lunch. arrive to Marrakech and overnight in a Riad in the Medina near the Jamaa Lafna.

Accommodation : Mountain Lodge

Activities : Walking & Trekking / Mule Ride if necessary

Meals Plan: Breakfast

DAY 11:     IMLIL – ESSAOUIRA – EXPLORE ESSAOUIRA – (230 KM)

Breakfast in the riad. Transfer to Essaouira, which is another charming town in Morocco. Essaouira is a relatively small, easily navigable beach city. Essaouira has got a distinct multicultural feel, resulting from the large Portuguese, French, and Jewish populations that once called it home. Its mild climate and expansive stretches of ocean sand also place it among Morocco’s top beach towns. Essaouira’s walled medina was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2001. Its well-preserved, late-18th-century fortified layout is a prime example of European military architecture in North Africa.

For the visitor, the mellow atmosphere, narrow winding streets lined with colourful shops, whitewashed houses and heavy old wooden doors make it a wonderful place to stroll.

Optional lunch at a local fish restaurant.

In Essaouira, several small art galleries are found all over the town. Since 1998 Essaouira is getting known by its Gnaoua Festival of World Music, normally it is scheduled in the last week of June. It brings artists from all over the world. Although focused on Gnaoua music, it includes rock, jazz and reggae. In the early 1952 the film director and actor Orson Welles made his movie Othello. Now there is a square named Orson Welles.

then start our explorative journey of the city. You’ll visit the Skala Fortress; see Thuya wood carved by artisans; walk through the alleys of the medina and view hundreds of handicrafts. Today you will have lunch in a Moroccan way, bought fishes ‘cooked to order’. On the afternoon, you will have some free time to wonder around, go to the beach and enjoy your space. Essaouira is also referred to as The “City of the wind” and it attracts surfers from all over the world.  Essaouira knew many civilisations – including the Portuguese occupation, which affects much of its architecture – however, it remains a small village with much history. Because of its size and its characteristic blue doors and washed walls, it is also regarded as Morocco’s “Jewel of the Atlantics”. There is an annual festival of “Gnawa music”, where many musical groups come from different parts of Africa and the world. Usually it starts in the second week of June.

Accommodation: Riad 4*

A Tour Highlights : Vist Argan Co-operative

Free time to Explore Essaouira

Meals Plan : Breakfast

DAY 12: EXPLORE ESSAOUIRA

Journey to discover the former Portuguese fishing village of Essaouira passing roadside towns and Berber village. During the ’60s and ’70s, Essaouira was a pit stop on the hippie trek from Marrakesh.

Visit this sea-side medieval town that boasts lovely white-washed and blue-shuttered houses, colonnades, thuya wood workshops, art galleries and mouthwatering seafood.

Explore Essaouira, the sea-side medieval town with lovely white-washed and blue-shuttered houses is enchanting. Learn about the local tradition of thuya wood workshops, roam the art galleries, and enjoy fresh seafood. Once called Mogador by European sailors and traders, Essaouria is known for its annual Gnaoua Music Festival that attracts 300,000+ people in June. It also has an expansive beach for surfing called Plage de Safi.

Take a stroll along the sunlit pedestrian main square, Place Prince Moulay el Hassan, and then on to Skala du Port, the fishing harbor, offers breathtaking views of the Portuguese ramparts. Explore the ramparts, the spice and jewelry souks of the medina, and the Jewish Mellah. The medina of Essaouira is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it is a well-preserved example of a late-18th century fortified town.

Have lunch at the fish grill cafes with wooden tables and benches laid out overlooking the sea.

After lunch visit Orson Welles’ Square and memorial, designed by Samir Mustapha, one of the towns artists, which pays homage to the filming of Othello in Essouaria.

Free afternoon to explore Essaouira.

Travel Experiences : Guided walking tour of Essaouira

Meals Plan : Breakfast, Lunch , Dinner

 

DAY 13:   ESSAOUIRA – MARRAKECH (170 KM )

Along the half way between Essaouira and Marrakesh you will see enormous Argan tree on both sides of the road. These Argan trees are frequently climbed by goats. Argan oil is produced by several women’s cooperatives and it is used to prepare couscous, salads. Moreover it was traditionally used as a treatment for skin diseases before being founded as good enough for cosmetics by Europeans manufacturers. Still stop by one of these cooperatives is worthy to see how Berber women squeezed the Argan fruits between hands to extract this precious oil. We arrive to our hotel in Marrakesh and if time permit we go out for a walk.

Accommodation: 4* Riad Hotel

Meal Plan : Breakfast

 

DAY 14:  MARRAKESH GUIDED CITY TOUR

A Full guided tour will be scheduled to discover Marrakesh which is known as the “Red City”. Marrakesh is the most important former imperial city in Morocco’s history, it is situated near the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountain. Like all the old cities, Marrakech comprises both an old fortified city The Medina and an very modern city called Gueliz built during the French occupation. Marrakesh has the largest traditional market (souk) in Morocco and also has one of the busiest squares in Africa and the world, Djemaa el Fna. The square is full of story-tellers, water sellers, dancers, snakes charmers and musicians. During the night the square turns into a huge open-air restaurant.

During our visit we will see The Koutoubia Mosque, built in the 12th century in the reign of Almoravid Dynasty. We will go among narrow streets and allies in ancient city. We pass by “seven saints” during the reign of Moulay Ismail, the festival of the seven saints was founded to the request of the Sultan. The tombs of several renowned figures were moved to Marrakesh to attract pilgrims. Marrakesh was dominated in the first half of the 20th century by T’hami El Glaoui, “Lord of the Atlas”, and Pasha of Marrakesh. Still there is a house called Dar Pacha El Glaoui from where he used to rule the whole southern part of Morocco. end your best of morocco Casablanca to Marrakech adventure tour 15 days afternoon shopping souvenirs at Marrakesh souks. Final Dinner can be arranged.

Travel Experiences : Guided walking Tour of Marrakech

Majorel Gardens

Bahia Palace

Souks

Jamaa lfna & Koutoubia

Meals Plan : Breakfast

DAY 15 : AIRPORT TRANSFER

According to your flight details, we will assist and transfer your to the aiprot of casablanca, and thank you for visiting Morocco and for choosing Morocco Travel Specialist Tours & Adventures as your trusted travel company for your Morocco Holidays. end of you personal and memorable the best of morocco Casablanca to Marrakech adventure tour 15 days.

Meals Plan : Breakfast / Airport Transfer

 

What’s included? in ( the best of morocco Casablanca to Marrakech adventure tour 15 days )

  • A very comfortable and air conditioned Vehicle
  • Fuel for entire journey
  • English speaking guides during the tour (you can specify other languages)
  • Inside Visit to Hassan 2 Mosque
  • All nights accommodations en suite room Hotel + desert Camp
  • Camel trekking
  • Berber music and animation
  • 7 Dinners during the tour ( vegetarian welcome ) check itinerary for details
  • Breakfats daily
  • City Tours with Local Guides with local guides
  • Pick up & Drop off at Hotels / Airport
  • Visit to Oasis Museum
  • Visit to Meknes
  • Trekking Atlas Mountains
  • Real life Adventure experiences

What’s not included?

  • Flights & Travel insurnace
  • All Lunches, dinners ( see itinerary )
  • Drinks
  • Tips for your guides and driver, Porters
  • Extra
  • Monuments Entrances tickets

Visited Places on the best of morocco Casablanca to Marrakech adventure tour 15 days:

  • Rabat & Casablanca
  • Fes Medina
  • Volubilis
  • Tizi n’Tichka Pass
  • Ait Benhaddou Kasbah
  • Ouarzazate
  • Dades & Todra gorge & Valley
  • Valley of roses & Ziz Valley
  • High Atlas Mountains
  • Berber villages
  • Sahara Desert

Travel Experience the best of morocco Casablanca to Marrakech adventure tour 15 days: 

  • Moroccan Culture & People, Food & History
  • Berber Culture
  • Camel trekking
  • Berber music and animation
  • Sleeping in desert camp

The best of morocco Casablanca to Marrakech adventure tour 15 days itinerary:

Pick Up : Pick up at Casablanca airport /  Drop Off : Drop off Casablanca / Marrakech.

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