15 Days 14 Nights Morocco Grand Tour 2023

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    15 Days
    Casablanca
    Casablanca Airport
    Min Age : 12

    Morocco Grand Tour

    Itinerary

    Day 1: Casablanca – Rabat

    we will meet in Casablanca, and then to Rabat. In Casablanca, you will see the Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque outside Mecca.

    Continuing to Rabat – the capital of Morocco – you will see the HassanTower and walk the OudayaKasbahbefore you check in to your overnight accommodation in a riad at the heart of the Medina. This will be a Riad.

    Day 2: Rabat – Assilah – Chefchaouen

    After breakfast in your riad, we will drive to Chefchaouen via the city of Asilah. Most of the drive will be by the coast. Our first stop will be in Asilah, where you will have the opportunity to explore the city.

    Asilah is known for its annual festival for art – most of the walls of the Medina are painted by various famous artists from all over the world.

    Your visit includes the Skalla fortress, where you will experience a wonderful view of the medina and the ocean. If time permits, you will have a drive through Tangier to get a feel of the city. Afterwards, you will continue over the foothills of the Rif Mountains to Chefchaouen,  “The blue city of morocco”.  

    Overnight in Riad.

    Day 3: Exploring Chefchaouen

    After breakfast in your riad, you will start exploring the 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 from the Spanish civilisation and Moorish architecture. In the afternoon you will have

    your own time. This provides the opportunity to wander around unguided or just enjoy some time to yourselves. Overnight in Overnight in Riad.

    Day 4: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes

    After breakfast in your riad, you will start travelling to Fes via Ouazzan and the Roman site of Volubilis. After a couple of hours drive, you will get to Volubilis, the well-preserved Roman empire dating to 225 BC, where you will see the most beautiful mosaics in Morocco dating back to the 3rd century BC. Here you will have a guided tour of the site and learn a lot about the Roman Empire.

    After that, we travel to Meknes, the Ismaili capital of Morocco. In Meknes we see the fascinating gate Bab Mansour built by the sultan My Ismail; the granary and the Sahrij Souani, used for irrigation and plantation. Your visit also includes the Mulay Ismail Mausoleum. We then continue via the highway to Fes. Overnight accommodation at riad 

    Day 5: Exploring Fes

    After breakfast in your riad, you will start exploring Fes “the Spiritual City of Morocco”. You will spend the whole morning exploring the Medina and its alleys; visiting most of the sites with cultural and historical interest – including the famous Al KaraouineMosque and University (the oldest in the world), the Madrasa Bouanania, the Tanneries and the Najjarine fountain.

    After lunch, we will drive you outside the Medina to see the Royal Palace gate, walk through the Jewish quarter “the Mellah”, and then visit the pottery cooperative. In the afternoon, we will drive you to one of the fortresses to experience an amazing panoramic view of the whole Medina of Fes.

    Overnight accommodation at riad.

    Day 6: Fes – Azrou- Midlet – Ziz Valley – Merzouga

    After breakfast in your riad, you’ll start travelling southeast to Merzouga via Midelt and Errachidia. Your first stop will be at Ifran, referred to as “the Switzerland of Morocco”, and then to Merzouga via Midlet and the Ziz Valley. During this journey, you’ll experience glimpses of the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains. Stopping at the famous cedar forest – the largest in Morocco – where you may well sight Barbarian apes.

    You’ll notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the city ErRachidia. After lunch in Midelt, your journey continues along the luxuriant Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way.

    We will drive through welcoming Berber villages to Erfoud, and then Rissani, the foundation of the Alaouite dynasty – the current ruling royal family in Morocco. Arriving in Merzouga at the end of the day, you’ll be welcomed with a glass of mint tea before you check in to your riad.

    Day 7: Merzouga area and the Camel trek

    After breakfast in the riad, you will start an explorative journey of the area. You’ll visit the Gnawa people, originally slaves brought from Sudan, to experience their music and lifestyle. Not far away there’s the lake of Merzouga, with its bird populations.

    You may also visit the souk in Rissani, a traditional town which was the origin of the ruling family in Morocco and the meeting place of the Caravans trading as far as Timbuktu in Mali. Here you will see a lot of men hooded and women veiled.

    In the afternoon you will start your guided camel ride, led by an experienced camel man to explore within the sand sea of Merzouga. Overnight at our desert camp where you will have your dinner. For your convenience, the camp is equipped with flush toilets. 

    Day 8: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Gorges 

    Early in the morning, your camel guide will wake you up to watch what well may be the best sunrise of your life. Afterwards, you will trek back to the village of Merzouga, en route you couldn’t fail to appreciate the unique beauty of the spectacular Erg Chebbi sand dunes – changing with the light as the day progresses. After breakfast in your riad, you’ll leave for the Dades Valley, visiting Todra Gorges – the highest, narrowest gorges in Morocco.

    After lunch within the valley, you will have an optional hour’s hike through the fields where you will enjoy visiting an old mud village, meet locals and learn about the culture. On through Dades Valley, where you will have the opportunity to see majestic sandcastles and the amazing rock formations known as “monkey toes”. Overnight accommodation will be in your hotel overlooking the Dades valley. 

    Day 9: Dades Gorge – Rose Valley – Ouarzazate

    After breakfast in the hotel, we’ll drive through the Dades Valley towards Kalaa M’gounaand Ouarzazat. The route through Dades Valley is the way of the thousand kasbahs –providing numerous opportunities to take some of your best photographic shots of the trip. We’ll stop at Kalaa Mgouna, “the rose city”, to purchase the rosewater, which will make your linen smell good a long time after your trip is over.

    Continue to Skoura and the bird’s valley; visit the Kasbah Ameridil, a well-preserved kasbah in this area. After lunch, you will have some time for hiking within the valley and then continue to Ouarzazate – “the Hollywood of Africa”-whose geography and beautiful landscapes has attracted many world-class movie producers. Overnight accommodation will be in riad.

    Day 10: Ouarzazat – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah – Taroudant

    After breakfast in your riad, we’ll head to Taroudant via Taznakht, visiting Ait BenHaddou Kasbah, the largest Kasbah in Morocco. Built during the beginning of the XXth century by T-Hami El Glaoui -one of the last Berber chieftains -Ben Haddou Kasbah used to be one of his stops during his long travel from the sub-Saharan countries to Marrakech and is now a UNESCO world heritage site. On to Taliouine, the capital of saffron in Morocco, you have the option to visit the Safran co-operative.

    If your visit coincides with the saffron harvest, you will have the opportunity to meet the Berber people with their families harvesting the saffron in their fields. We should arrive at Taroudant in the afternoon, here you will see the ramparts and walk within the small alleys in the Medina. Taroudant is always referred to as “The little Marrakech” because it was built by the Saadian dynasty who used it as their capital before they moved to Marrakech in the 16th century. Overnight at Riad

    Day 11:Taroudant- Agadir -Essaouira

    Breakfast in the riad, and then head for Essaouira, travelling via Agadir. Our first stop will be at Agadir, a resort city which was a very big tourist destination for many years. After lunch and a small walk along the Promenade, you will continue to Essaouira. The coastal road offers beautiful scenery, an area famous for the Argan trees. Here you will see herds of goats climbing the Argan trees looking for better food than they can find on the ground. After several stops along the coast, we get to Essaouira in the afternoon. Overnight accommodation at a riad in the Medina. Overnight in riad 

    Day 12: Free & relaxing Day in Essaouira 

    Day 13: Essaouira – Marrakech

    Breakfast in the riad, then we drive to Marrakech where you will meet your local guide to start sightseeing in Marrakech with Inglese speaking guide, the imperial city of the South. You will visit the Koutoubia Mosque and admire its tower, the Majorelle Garden; a botanical garden with its varied plants, the 16th century Saadian Tombs; all decorated in colourful mosaic tiles, the 19th century Bahia Palace with its beautiful eastern Architecture.

    You will have a break for lunch. In the afternoon, you will have time to explore the fascinating Souks( local markets ) and the narrow alleys around Djemâa El-Fna Square. In the evening, you will be enchanted with snake charmers, singers, acrobats, dancers, narrators and storytellers – moving from one group to another Overnight in a riad.

    Day 14: Free Day & Cooking Class Cross in Marrakech

    Overnight in riad 

    Day 15: Marrakech – Casablanca Airport

    After an early breakfast in your riad, we will drive you to Casablanca