- Transfer Marrakech
- 4×4 vehicle on private tour
- Guided tour with local guide for the visit of Marrakech
- Dromedary (1 per person)
- Meals and lodging indicated in the table.
- Travel Insurance
- Tips, and everything not included in the program
- Any service not mentioned in the section includes.
City of origin – Morocco
Arrival in Morocco and transfer to the hotel.
During the rest of the day we will have a first meeting with the city of Morocco.
We will visit the fantastic Impiccati Square, one of the most beautiful squares in North Africa, from here we will access the Medina and then visit the market where we will find a wide variety of craftsmen: tanners, goldsmiths, furriers, tailors, water sellers and snake charmers.
We will spend the night in Morocco.
Marrakech – Ait benhaddou-Ourzazate
We will leave Marrakech in the morning and climb the hill of Tizi n Tichka, between villages that seem to hang from the mountains.
We will see Berber villages that blend with the surrounding rocky landscape, one of the most beautiful postcards of Morocco.
We will stop at Kasbah d’Ait Benhaddou, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
When we arrive in Ourzazate, we recommend visiting its Medina.
We will spend the night in Ouarzazate.
Ourzazate-Dades Gorges-Todghra Gorges
We will leave towards the Valley of the Rose and the thousands of Kasbah, Kelaa M Gouna and visit the Dades Gorges. There the rocks acquire curious geometric shapes due to the erosion of the wind, popularly known as “monkey fingers”.
We will go to Boumaine Dades and continue towards Tinghir crossing the desert plateau.
Overnight at Todghra or Tinghir Gorges.
We will walk through the Tinghir palm grove and reach the Todghra Gorges, located at the northern end of the palm grove. Little by little this palm grove narrows and the limestone rock walls that delimit it rise up to three hundred metres high and separated in some stretch by only twenty metres, its narrowest point being about ten metres wide.
From there we will go towards Erfoud, then we will see the oasis of Tafilalet and Presahrian, cradle of the Aluite dynasty currently in power.
We will reach Merzouga, also known as the Gate of the Dunes. There we will ride camels and cross the red dunes of the desert.
We will climb the dunes, it will be exhausting but the view of the sunset from its summit will compensate the ascent. We will be a few kilometers from the Algerian border, the air is flat and the silence is spectacularly beautiful.
Typical Berber dinner, with talks around the fire and thousands of stars above our heads.
We will sleep in a Berber tent.
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Merzouga – Rizani – Valle del Ziz – Fes
It will be a long but beautiful day.
After seeing the sunrise in the desert, return by camel to Merzouga, where we will have breakfast in a Kasbah and for those who want there will be the option of a hot shower.
We will depart for Erfoud through Rissani, a city linked to the Aluita Governorate dynasty, where a donkey market is organized every week.
We will pass Errachidia and head out through the Ziz Gorges through the Legionnaire’s Tunnel, crossing a series of fortified villages of pre-Saharan architecture. We will leave through the Atlas, Midelt and then Azrou, the region of the Cedar Gardens. In these mountains, if we are lucky, we will be able to see dozens of monkeys.
We will reach the highest point in Ifrane, called El Pico Svizzera, past the Atlas we will descend to Fez, where we will arrive at night.
We will sleep in Fes
After breakfast we will visit the city and its 8th century Medina, the oldest and most impressive in Morocco.
We will know its typical and lively streets, the sophistication of its artisans, the sumptuousness of its mosques, its libraries and Koranic schools (Madrasa).
Finally we will see the gigantic gates that say the old city of Fez with the new city.
Second night in Fez.
After breakfast we will head to Volubilis, an ancient Roman city, the largest and best preserved in all of Morocco.
We will continue to Meknes, the ancient capital of Aluita called Versailles of Morocco. It is located at the foot of the Middle Atlas.
We will visit the city and its main monuments. It is a place with a lot of artistic, philosophical and religious history.
We will sleep in Meknes.
Meknes – Rabat – Casablanca
After breakfast we will head to the administrative capital of Morocco, Rabat. The city retains the charm of different styles and historical periods.
We will walk near the ocean and visit its famous places: the Kasbah Oudayas dating from the 12th century, the mausoleum of Moahamed V and the Hassan Tower overlooking the bay of Salè.
If we have time we will also visit the necropolis of Chellah, populated by beautiful storks.
We will visit ministerial areas, gardens and palaces.
We will continue to Casablanca where we will spend the night.
After breakfast we will visit the Hassan II Mosque, which is of great cultural interest. A true jewel of Andalusian Islamic architecture, it was built in 1993. It is really worth a visit. Designed by a French architect, has the highest minaret in Morocco, with capacity for 20,000 people and the techniques of style and construction have been completely old and craft. It has three hundred columns overlooking the ocean.
Following the coast we will go to El Madida, famous for its Portuguese cistern; Oulidia, an adorable spa; Safi, the city of the sardine and along a beautiful road that runs near the sea we will reach Essaouira. Essaouira is a paradise for European surfers, but also a fascinating village with its white houses perched on top of each other. Here Orson Welles chose to convert his Othello.
We will spend the night in Essaouira.
After breakfast we will spend a relaxing day in the ancient Medina of Essaouira, by the ocean.
For those who want there is the possibility to go 18 km to Sidi Kaouki, an old fishing village surrounded by fine sand.
After sunset we will return to Marrakech.
Overnight in Marrakesh.
Marrakech – City of Destination
At the established time, transfer to the airport and end of our services.