Grand Tour To Morocco From Marrakech To Tangier for 7 days

Grand Tour To Morocco From Marrakech To Tangier for 7 days
Marrakech
7

Day

Free cancellation (24-hour notice), Instant confirmation

Availability
  • Everyday.
Duration 7

Day

Language (s)
  • français,
  • english,
  • española.
Return Time 20:00.

Availability

Duration

Language (s)

Return Time

  • Everyday.
7

Day

  • français,
  • english,
  • española.
20:00.
Highlights

Stop at panoramic viewpoints to admire Valleys & Berber village views.

Travel across the High Atlas Mountains.

Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou.

Explore Dades & Todra Gorges, Palm groves & valleys.

Experience a Camel ride in Merzouga dunes & Experience Sandboarding.

Enjoy a spectacular sunset & sunrise Camel ride.

Spend overnight in a nomadic desert camp.

Enjoy Chefchaouen & Its fascinating colors.

Visit the secrets of the Fez.

Take memorable Pictures with Nomads.

Description

Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech:

Arrival in Marrakech and meeting with the driver and transport to the hotel.

Installation at the hotel.

Dinner at the hotel, If the arrival is very late (after 22:00) a cold dinner will be left in the room.

Accommodation in Marrakesh.

 

Day 2: Marrakesh:

Breakfast at the hotel

09:00 Departure with the local guide from Marrakech for the Majorelle Gardens. We will also visit the Madrasa of Ben Youssef, a Koranic school of Benedierín origin in the middle of the 14th century, as well as the Museum of Marrakech, located in the palace of a minister of the Sultan at the end of the 19th century.

13:00 Lunch at the hotel.

We will take a guided tour of Marrakech. We will start with the exterior visit of the Koutoubía, which is the twin sister tower of the Sevillian Giralda. We will then visit the Menara Gardens, which has a large pond of 30,000 square meters. This pond was built during the time of the Almohads, who designed a whole system of underground pipes to take advantage of the meltwater from the Atlas Mountains so that they could use it for irrigation. This system is still used after almost 9 centuries of history. We will also visit the Bahia Palace, dedicated by the Vizier to one of his favorites at the end of the 19th century.

We will end the day in the Plaza de Jmaa el Fna, which at this time of day becomes the greatest spectacle in the world. In the afternoon, the most singular characters take over the space: storytellers, snake charmers, soothsayers and sorcerers, dentists with samples of their trophies, women tattooing with henna, fakirs, acrobats, musicians, boxers, musicians, artists, healers, etc.

The orange juice sellers take advantage of the abundance of this fruit in the region to do their business, while others wear the typical outfits of the old water sellers. It really is an amazing place.

For those who would like transportation, you will return to the hotel at 8:00 PM, subject to the group's agreement with the guide. Those who do not want to return to the hotel can stay in the square and return on their own.

Free time for dinner in Marrakech. However, the dinner of the famous Fantasy Chez Ali show, representing the different tribes of Morocco and their traditions, will be offered as an option.

For those who don't want to dine at the show, there are plenty of restaurants and around the square.

 

Day 3: Marrakech– Tizi-N'Tichka– Ait Ben Haddou – Ouarzazate - Boulmane De Dades:

Breakfast at the hotel and check-out

08:00. We will continue our journey towards the great Moroccan South. For this, we will cross the majestic High Atlas Mountains and the port of Tzi n Tichka, which is a gateway to the desert 2,260 meters wide. This is where we will stop to contemplate the spectacular views that can be seen from there.

We will continue to Ait Ben Haddou, one of the geological wonders of the world, which has remained for millennia as a universe apart. We will visit a magnificent fortress that served as the setting for renowned films such as "Lawrence of Arabia", "Gladiator" and "The Jewel of the Nile". It is made up of several buildings - the ocher of the adobe seems to mingle with the dry ground, over which once flowed a large torrent that has now become agricultural land.

After visiting this emblematic place, we will continue to Ouarzazate, the former garrison of the French troops. Ouarzazate is located in the southern part of the country. It is rich for its agriculture, famous for the dates of its palm groves, and beautiful for the roses that grow on its banks and the henna. It is also the favorite place of great filmmakers, which has propelled the territory economically and led to the creation of numerous companies linked to the audiovisual world, which employ many of its inhabitants.

We will continue to Boulomane de Dades. The Dades River Valley is located in a deep Moroccan gorge located in the High Atlas, between the towns of Boumalne Dades and Msemrir. This part of Morocco is famous for its landscapes and for the hospitality of its inhabitants, mainly Berbers. (Berber).

Arrival at the hotel, distribution of rooms, and dinner at the hotel.

 

DAY 4: Tinghir - Todra Gorges - Merzouga Desert:

Breakfast at the hotel and check out.

We recommend that you bring a small backpack today and pack what you will need that day because today we will be sleeping in khaimas in the desert. When we arrive in the desert, we will leave most of the luggage in the van and only take this small backpack with what we will need to spend the night.

Departure from the hotel to continue our journey along the well-known route of the kasbahs.

We leave for Tinerhir, where we will deviate towards the Todra Gorges. There we can admire the magnificent palm groves that help resist the heat of these places.

Free meal.

In the afternoon, we will continue our route to Merzouga, we will spend the night in khaimas, next to the Erg Chebbi dunes in the Sahara desert from where we can contemplate a spectacular starry sky.

Desert camel ride included

Dinner and accommodation in Jaimas.

After dinner, there will be a bonfire with Berber drum music.

 

Day 5: Merzouga - Sahara – Ifrane – Fez:

Sunrise in the Sahara. These dunes stretch to the horizon and some rise over 150 meters. The experience of seeing the first rays of sun emerge in the Sahara is breathtaking.

Today you have to get up early to watch the unforgettable sunrise.

Breakfast at the Kasbah

After breakfast, we will leave for Fez, the first of the Imperial Cities. Its origin dates back to the 8th century. It is also one of the first holy cities of Muslim worship in Morocco and is the proud host of one of the oldest universities in the world.

On the way, we will cross the Middle and High Atlas, with several observation stops along the way.

Dinner at the hotel.

 

Day 6: Fez-Chefchaouen:

Breakfast at the hotel and departure

Strolling through the labyrinthine streets of Fez transports you to past worlds where potters, blacksmiths, and craftsmen cohabit with the foreign visitor, who never ceases to be surprised observing its inhabitants and sniffing the multiple aromas and smells that fill the atmosphere of this city.

09:00 We leave for a visit with a local guide to the city of Fez. We will start with a panoramic view of the city, including the tombs of the Merinids. Then we will visit Fes el Jedid including the Plaza de los Alawites, the exteriors of the Royal Palace, and Dar el Makhzen.

We will continue on the Fes el Bali walking tour. We will visit the Attarin Spice Souk and the Jenna Souk. We will arrive at Nejjarin Square where the fondue of the same name is located and we will pass by the Bounania madrasa. We will continue to Es Seffarin Square to end the morning in the tanners' quarter and see the tanneries.

Mirrors, perfumes, hens, pigeons, silverware, gold, slippers, sandals, chadors, djellabas, drums, vegetables, fruits, pottery, ceramics, wrought iron, spices, portraits of the king, cereals, books, glassware, everything you can imagine, everything . .. is here.

The constant clanking of donkeys, laden with goods from various sources, transports you to another world only interrupted by the cry of "Balak" by which the owner of the animal warns passers-by of the donkey's passage.

In the afternoon, we start our way to Chefchaouen, also known as the blue city of the Rif mountains.

Arrival in Chefchaouene

Dinner at the hotel

 

Day 7: Chafchaouen – Tangier:

Breakfast at the hotel and departure at 12:00

09:00 Guided tour of Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen is a city perched on the mountain, white and blue, with wise, friendly, and respectful people, who offer the visitor beautiful views of urban decline, precious samples of local craftsmanship, and a peace and serenity that is difficult to find. find today. From there, he leaves with a strong desire to return and spend more time, talk to his people, and find peace.

After the visit, free time to enjoy Chefchaouen, an easily manageable city.

For a free lunch, we recommend ordering a sandwich from one of the many places to eat in Chefchaouen

14:30 Departure for Tangier.

 

Arrival Tangier transfer to your hotel, port, or airport and end of our Services.

 

 

What's included
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    Air-conditioned and comfortable round trip transportation
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    Professional driver
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    Accommodation in a beautiful riad
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    Accommodation in a good bivouac
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    Service Quality
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    Dinner & Breakfast
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    Wifi on board
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    Camel ride
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    Visit Fes with Local Guide.
Not included?
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    Monuments fees
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    Lunch
Maps
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