7 Days Desert Tour To Imperial Cities and North From Casablanca
description of 7 Days Desert Tour To Imperial Cities :
An Imperial Cities and Desert Tour Over the Course of 7 Days During this cultural, northern, and desert journey beginning in Casablanca, you will see the blue city of Chefchaouen, known as the gem of the north, as well as Rabat, Marrakech, and Fes, the three royal towns of Morocco. We will journey through the historic cities of the imperial era, which have a seamless blend of traditional and contemporary building styles.
From Rabat, with its Royal tombs and Palaces, to Fes, the oldest imperial city and the cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco, with its labyrinth markets and the beautiful, colorful souks, to the Sahara desert to experience a camel trek and sleeping in a desert camp under the stars, and finally to Marrakech, with its beautiful souks, gardens, and cultural sights.
itinerary of 7 Days Desert Tour To Imperial Cities :
You will land at the airport in Casablanca, where we will be waiting to pick you up. We will first take you to the city of Casablanca, and then on to Rabat. The Hassan II Mosque is the biggest mosque found outside of Mecca, and it can be found in Casablanca. As you make your way to Rabat, the capital of Morocco, you will see the Hassan Tower and take a stroll through the Oudaya Kasbah before checking into the riad that will serve as your home for the night in the center of the Medina.a.
Following breakfast at your riad, we will depart for the city of Chefchaouen, passing via the city of Asilah along the way. The majority of the trip will be spent driving along the coast. You will get the chance to look about the city when we first stop at Asilah, which will be our first destination. The majority of the walls within the Medina in Asilah have been painted by a variety of well-known painters from all over the globe as part of the city's yearly festival for the arts.
Your tour will take you to the Skalla stronghold, which offers a breathtaking panorama over the Medina and the water below. You will try to fit in a drive through Tangier if there is time for it so that you can get a sense of the city. After that, you will go to Chefchaouen by traveling via the lower slopes of the Rif Mountains.
Following breakfast at your riad, you will begin your journey to Fes, which is known as "the Spiritual City of Morocco." Once you arrive in Fes, you will begin your exploration of the city.
You will spend the whole morning touring the Medina and its lanes; seeing most of the buildings of cultural and historical importance, including the well-known Al Karaouine Mosque and University (the oldest in the world), the Madrasa Bouanania, the Tanneries, and the Najjarine fountain.
Following lunch, we will drive you outside of the Medina to view the entrance to the Royal Palace, then we will take you on a walking tour of the Jewish district known as "the Mellah," and finally we will take you to the pottery cooperative. We will pick you up in the afternoon and transport you to one of the strongholds so that you can get an incredible panoramic view over the whole Medina of Fes.
Following breakfast at your riad, you will depart in the direction of Merzouga, passing via Midelt and Errachidia en route. Ifran, often known as "the Switzerland of Morocco," will be your first destination.
From there, you will continue on to Merzouga by way of Midlet and the Ziz Valley. Throughout the course of your excursion, you will have opportunities to catch sight of both the Middle Atlas and the Higher Atlas mountains.
A stop will be made in the well-known cedar forest, which is the biggest in all of Morocco, and it is possible that you may see Barbary apes there. As you get closer to the city of Er Rachidia, you will see that the landscape starts to change, showing more signs of the desert. Following lunch in Midelt, you will continue your drive in the verdant Ziz Valley, pausing sometimes to take in the breathtaking vistas along the route. We will travel by car through friendly Berber communities to reach Erfoud, and then continue on to Rissani, the birthplace of the Alaouite dynasty, which is Morocco's present governing royal family.
Upon arriving at Merzouga, you will immediately begin your camel ride, which will be conducted by a knowledgeable camel guy and allow you to explore the sand dunes of Merzouga. You will spend the night in our desert camp, which is also where you will eat supper. The campsite is furnished with flush toilets for your comfort and convenience.
Your camel guide will wake you up early in the morning so you can see what may very well be the most beautiful sunrise of your whole life. After that, you will hike back to the settlement of Merzouga, and on the way, you won't be able to miss the amazing Erg Chebbi dunes and their ever-changing, breathtaking beauty as the sun moves throughout the day.
Following breakfast at your riad, you will travel to the Dades Valley and make a stop at the Todra Gorges, which are the tallest and narrowest gorges in all of Morocco.
Following lunch inside the valley, you will have the opportunity to go on an optional hour-long stroll through the fields. Along the way, you will have the chance to visit a historic mud village, where you will also have the chance to meet residents and learn about the culture.
Continue on into Dades Valley, where you'll get the chance to witness magnificent sand castles as well as the incredible rock formations known as "monkey toes." Your hotel, which looks out over the Dades valley, will be the place where you spend the night.
Following breakfast at the hotel, we will depart for Kalaa M'gouna and Ouarzazat along a route that takes us via the Dades Valley.
The road that goes through Dades Valley is known as the path of a thousand kasbahs, and it will provide you with a great deal of possibilities to capture some of the most memorable photographs of the trip.
We'll make a pit stop at Kalaa Mgouna, often known as "the rose city," to pick up some rosewater, which will leave your linens smelling fresh long after you've returned home from your trip. Continue your journey to Skoura and the bird's valley, then pay a visit to the Kasbah Ameridil before continuing on to Marrakech, where you will check into your riad.
Following supper, you will get the opportunity to take a stroll around the well-known Jemaa El Fna plaza while being entertained by snake charmers, storytellers, musicians, and other street performers. Spend the night at one of the hotels or riads in your area.
You may begin your exploration of Marrakech, often known as "the Red City of Morocco," after breakfast at the riad.
Your tour guide will make sure you see the majority of the historical and cultural sites in Marrakech, such as the famous Jemaa El Fna square, the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian tombs, the Palace of Bahia, and the Majorelle Gardens.
After that, you will have a brief visit to the new city of Marrakech and the Koutoubia tower. We will pick you up at your hotel in the evening and transport you directly to the airport for your flight out. Your trip comes to a close at the airport. (Casablanca airport).
- 7 days / 6 nights
- 6 breakfasts
- full private transport A/C
- Driver Guide English And spanish speaking during the tour
- Camel trekking in Sahara desert
NOTE: get in touch with us to get pricing information specific to your trip; the cost of this cultural tour is determined on the number of participants.