Day trip to Agafay desert Quad and camel ride
Morocco is a land of wonders, the land of a thousand and one nights, or a simple 2 or 3 days will never be enough to contemplate all its magic, that's why we offer you the opportunity to discover Morocco like never before. Go on a tour that will make you want to remain a prisoner of immortal culture and heritage. A breathtaking tour or embark on for the adventure of your life, ten days of travel through time.
Pick up time: 08:00
Duration: 10 days and 9 nights
Category: Private Tour
Clothing: comfortable clothing, comfortable shoes, hat, jacket and sunscreen.
Payment: Payment upon departure
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Day 1: Marrakesh - Tizi-n-Tichka - Ait Ben Haddou -Ouarzazate - Skoura - Gorge Toudra (6 h 12 min ; 363 km)
Departure to Ouarzazate in the morning, crossing the High Atlas by the collar Tizi Tichka (2260m) passing through several Berber villages. Stop at the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou to visit Ameridile kasbah, following our trip to the gorges Toudra through the Valley of Roses, the village Kelaa and Dades Valley .once arrived to gorge Toudra .Diner and night at the hotel.
Day 2: Gorges toudra- Tinejdad - Erfoud - Merzouga (3 h ; 214 km)
Morning departure for a walking tour in the palm of Todra valley. Before taking the road to Erfoud via Tinejdad and several Berber villages,we will stop at Marble fossils in Erfoud. After the continuation of our adventure trip to the impressive Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga. you leave the vehicle (4x4) to continue your trip by camel to attend the sunset in the dunes. You will spend the night in the tents of nomads in the Sahara desert to enjoy the silence with a sky full of stars. Dinner and overnight in the bivouac.
Day 3: Merzouga - Erfoud - Errachidia - Azrou - Ifran - Fes (3 h ; 214 km)
Waking up in the morning to watch the sunrise over the dunes and camels return to the hotel. After breakfast, Our journey done departure to Fez by several cities, Erfoud, Errachidia, Midelt, Azrou where we will stop to make beautiful phots in the cedar forest, Ifran. The reach of Fez and rest for the night.
Day 4: Fes sightseeing
Today, get ready to ride on a time machine and let the labyrinthine streets of Fes take you back centuries before and explore the oldest Medina in Morocco dating back to the 7th century with its Souks, palaces, mosques, Coranic schools and Mellah (Jewish quarter).
Day 5: Fes – Meknes -Volublilis- retour a Fes (2 h 58 min 189 km)
you will drive past vast acreages of vineyards to Meknes. Another imperial city where you will visit the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the founder of Meknes, and one of the greatest Kings Morocco had in the medieval times. A visit of the Royal stables as well as the gates of Meknes will be included.
After lunch, continue to the hillside settlement of Moulay Driss, where the founder of the Moroccan empire is buried, and of the country’s most spiritual sites.
Later in the afternoon, continue to Volubilis, a UNESCO world heritage site and the site of the largest and best reserved Roman site in Morocco.
Drive back to Fez late in the afternoon.
Dinner and overnight in your Fes Riad.
Day 6: Fes–Chefchaouen (3 hours drive)
drive across the Rif Mountains to the beautiful Berber Town of Chefchaouen from Fes, to have lunch in Chefchaouen. Then accompanied with your guide, spend the evening exploring the lime washed white streets of Chaouen, animated with the beautifully dressed locals. Dinner and sleep at your hotel.
Day 7: Chefchaouen – Tangier(2 h 14 min 114 km)
This morning, you will explore Tangier with its north west tip of Africa called Achakar, next to it are the Hercules Caves which the legend says that was where Hercules separated Africa from Europpe. Drive back to the Medina of Tangier to walk in the Grand Succo, and visit the Mandoubia Park before enjoying a lunch in one of the famous cafés while your guide tells you about the adventures of some of most famous intellectuals, artists, behemian celebrities who frequented the city taking advantage of its international status until the 1960s.
Day 8: Tangier – Rabat (2 h 41 min 250 km)
Today, you will explore Rabat, the capital of Morocco and the residence of the king. visit shella necropolis, Agdal Gardens and Hassan Tower with its sister King Mohammed V mausoleum, have launch at your leisure dinner at the hotel and overnight.
Day 9: Rabat – Casablanca (1 h 7 min 86,7 km)
This day will be spent in Casablanca after you leave Rabat.
-Visit to the majestic Hassan II Mosque, the second world's largest mosque.it rises above the ocean on an outcrop northwest of the Medina, a vast building that holds 25,000 worshipers and a further 80,000 in the squares around. To see the interior you must take a guided tour.
-Visit the Corniche, which was developed in the 20s. It is home to beaches, swimming pools, cafes and other entertainment venues.
-Place Tour of the United Nations, together with arches of golden stones, housed in the heart of the White City. It is a huge garden with avenues lined with tall palm trees, ficus, arcades, pergolas and flower beds that shows 70 years of chic architecture.
-Visit to the Medina on foot: the central market, and the district Habbous that have kept their authenticity. See the wall of the Medina, a fortified 18th century bastion, through the labyrinth of narrow streets lined with jewelers, barbers and artisans.
You will always find its skala and very impressive clock tower from the colonial period.
-Shopping Casablanca is getting famous for fashion and shopping, therefore, it is host of one of the biggest malls in Africa. Morocco Mall is a temple of shopping and leisure. Besides from the Morocco Mall, there is Anfa Place Shopping Centre, The Twin Center and the whole area of Maarif for shopping addicts.
-Visit to the Museum of Moroccan Judaism: opened its door for the first time in 1977, this museum offers a historical and ethnographic opening on Moroccan Jewish community, with more than 1500 historical artefacts including documents, traditional clothing, ceremonial items and a vast collection of photographs
Return to your place of residence.
Dinner at your hotel and overnight.
Day 10: Casablanca – Marrakech (2 h 56 min 244 km)
• Bahia Palace
• Saadian Tombs
• Lunch and guide included
• Jemaa El Fna Square
• Souks of the medina
• Tower of the ramparts and passage to the royal palace
• Majorel garden
• Circuit of the palm grove and the museum for the civilization of water
Your full day guided tour of the city of Marrakech starts around 9am. Your experienced guide will take you from your hotel or Riad to discover the Medina.
You will start by visiting the most important historical sites of the Medina of Marrakech: The Palace of Bahia built in the 19th century that reflects the beauty of Moroccan architecture and then the Saadian tombs.
After a short break for lunch in a Moroccan restaurant, you will continue to Jamaa Elfna's busy place, where the shows compete with the food stalls to get your attention, afterwards you will discover the Medina and explore the souks where you can watch artisans work on their masterpieces: leather, cooperage, carpentry, jewelry, carpets, etc.
The day continues to the beautiful Majorelle gardens designed by the French painter and architect "Jacques Majorelle" containing exotic plants from around the world where bamboo, cacti and open-air aquariums form a magnificent piece of art in this enchanting place. heart of the red city. You will finish your day with a circuit of the Palmeraie and pass by the museum for the civilization of water. A design of cultural innovation and major attraction of the Palmeraie.
• Departure from your hotel or Riad in a private vehicle, driver speaking English
• Ride on camel
• 9 night’s accommodation in a double room.
• Breakfast and dinner
What is not included:
• Lunch between 5-15 euro
• Optional activities
• Personal expenses