Around morocco tour for 12 days 11 nights starting and ending in casablanca

Day 1: Airport/Casablanca/Rabat

Based your arrival time in Casablanca Airport. Pick up and drive to start your day with a visit to Hassan ll Mosque, considered to be the largest in the world outside of Mecca. You will have an optional lunch at El-Corniche. You will move to Rabat in the afternoon, the capital of Morocco. Then you will visit Chellah ancient ruin, El-Hassan Tower and picturesque Oudayas Kasbah. And you will have a visit to Mohamed V tomb; who refused to allow Vichy’s government occupying during the WW ll. You will have your dinner at your hotel. Overnight in Rabat.

Day 2: Rabat / Moulay Idris / Volubilis / Meknes / Fes

After having your breakfast at the hotel; you will begin your day by driving to Moulay Idris, Moulay Idris which designed of the country’s first dynasty of Arab. Then you will move on to the Roman Volubilis. Afterwards you will go to Meknes and visit Bab Mansour which is decorated in green and white ceramic tiles. Continue to Fez with a visit to the synagogues which goes back to the 17th century. You will have the chance to see the ancient Jewish cemetery near the gates of the Royal Palace and the house where Maimonides once lived. You will have your dinner at your hotel. Overnight in Fes.

Day 3: Fes

Begin your day tour in the holy city of Fes is a precious diamond of Spanish-Arabic civilization. It is a city of secrets and it to find out its mysterious beauty; you will see the architecture of Medrsa and Medina. Also you will visit Moulay Idriss city the first sanctuary of human and moral sciences. You will also have the opportunity to see À Karaouiyne University, move to Atlas Mountains. As you will be able visit The Andalusia Mosque which is dating from the 9th century, an imposing minaret decorated with green faiences crowns the Rsif Mosque. And the Medersas around the Karaouiyne Mosque, former lodging houses for students coming from outside the city, attests the importance of its thousand years of history. As the famed Kissaria which is the commercial center. A multitude of locally produced goods are on sale in this incredible maze-cotton fabric, silk, brocade work, slippers, and many more. Proceed your visit to El-Attarine Souks where the craftsmen offers the visitor a non-stop spectacles. Leaving El-Souk through the gate with its green decoration and blue faiences, moving towards the amazing Moroccan Museum with its marvelous contains of Art; then optional lunch at El-Medina and shopping in the afternoon. Overnight in Fes.

Day 4: Fes /Ifrane / Azrou/ Midel Atlas /Midelt / Errachidia/ Rissani/ Merzouga:


breakfast you will travel to Ifrane, the Swiss mountain village, and the cedar forests of Azrou where you will have the opportunity to wander amongst the famous Moroccan monkeys in their natural environment. You then pass through the Middle Atlas Mountains and the only tunnel in Morocco, and through the Valley of Ziz with miles of palm trees and high cliffs. Your excursion will take you deeper south to the Sahara Desert where you will spend the evening.

Day 5: Erg Chebbi – Rissani- Camel Trip

Here in the Erg Chebbi sand dunes, the largest in Morocco, enjoy the panoramic scene of black volcanic rock on the plains, the bright blue sky, the green palm trees, white salt beds, mirages of water, and golden shifting dunes. Visit Rissani for the weekly markets where Nomads come to sell. Pass the lake in Merzouga to see the flamingos. Have lunch with our Berber family and friends before beginning your camel trek into the beautiful Erg Chebbi dunes. You will spend the evening in a bivouac (camp), enjoy a Moroccan dinner, and sleep in a traditional Bivouac Camp Nomad camel hair tent.

Day 6: Erg Chebbi / Rissani / Todra Gorges / Dades Valley

Wake-up to a spectacular sunrise in the desert and enjoy breakfast. Bivouac trekkers will return by camel, and then travel to Tinerhir for lunch and to visit the dramatic Todra Gorges. Next you will continue through the Dades Valley to the spectacular “Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs” and on to the former French Foreign Legion outpost of Ouarzazate where you will spend the evening.

Day 7: Dades Valley / Rose Valley / Oasis Skoura / Ouarzazat / Ait Ben Hadou / Hight Atlas Mountain/ Marrakech

Enjoy breakfast and continue the journey to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Aït Benhaddou that is situated on a hill along the Ouarzazate River. This beautiful example of southern Moroccan architecture has been used as a backdrop for over 20 films including Lawrence of Arabia, Jewel of the Nile, The Mummy, and Gladiator. You will then continue to Marrakesh over the Tizi N’ Tichka Pass while enjoying superb views of the High Atlas Mountains and of the Berber villages. Night in Marrakech.

Day 8: Full Day Marrakech

After having your breakfast at your hotel, you will begin your day to discover Marrakech and your first visit of the day will be The Koutoubia Minaret (The twin tower of la Giralda in sevilla, Spain), the Saadian tombs. The tombs consisting of splendid mausoleums built in the sixteenth century. Then Medersas Ben Youssef (Coranic University), domed Koubba and Dar Si El-Said Museum. Then a visit to the Mellah (Jewish Quarter) andJewish Cemetery, as a visit to the Major Elle Gardens of Yves St. Laurent. You will have Salad lunch in El-Medina. After having your lunch; return to El-Fna Square in the early evening, where it come alive with story tellers. Your dinner will be served at your hotel. Overnight in Marrakech.

Day 9:Marrakesh to Essaouira

Breakfast and drive to the charming seaside haven of Essaouira to explore the port and to enjoy a seafood lunch. night in Essaouira.

Day 10:

Essaouira Today can be devoted to bathing and relaxing on the beach of this coastal city. On the fortifications of the old town you'll be able to trace Portuguese, French and Berber architecture. Its whitewashed houses, cool breezes, relaxed atmosphere along with its friendly cafes, numerous craftsmen and the delicious fresh fish make this a charming place to stay another night.

Day 11: Essaouira to Casablanca

Travel along the coast to Casablanca, founded in 1912 and Morocco’s principal commercial town, to view the Hassan II Mosque, the world’s largest mosque. Spend the night in Casablanca.

Day 12:

Breakfast and transfer to the Mohamed 5 airport for a departure.

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