14 Days from Tangier

 

Day 1: Tangier – Asilah

We pick you up from the airport / riad, we will leave you part of the morning free to explore the city. Tangier is known as “the door of Africa”, one of the most vibrant and mysterious inresantes cities of Morocco. (Visit to Café Hafa). We headed to Asilah, performing before a visit to the Caves of Hercules. According to legend, this is where the mythical figure of Hercules rested after doing his homework. The entrance to the cave faces the Atlantic and floods during high tides. The views within the offers are an experience. Arrival in Asilah, a small coastal city, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in northern Morocco, with its small clean medina characterized by blue houses and gaze decorated with colorful drawings.

Hotel accommodation

Day 2: – Asilah- Rabat

After breakfast we will leave towards Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Arrival in Rabat: known as the City of Gardens. It is the administrative capital of Morocco. It is both a modern and traditional city, a dynamic mix of ancient and modern culture. Surrounded by hills. The city itself is elegant, with harmonious gardens. Free time to explore the city.

Hotel accommodation.

Day 3: Rabat- Casablanca.

We continue our trip along the Atlantic, to Casablanca, the economic capital of the country and the largest city in Morocco. You will have all day to explore the famous Hassan II Mosque, one of the tallest buildings in Africa and the few that does not allow Muslims to visit tourists.

Hotel accommodation

Day 4: Casablanca- Essaouira Costa

We continue along the Atlantic, enjoying a beautiful coastal landscape of the city of Essaouira.

Hotel accommodation and free time to explore the city: Heritage, maintains the charm and authenticity of a land lost in time. This is where the Mediterranean ends: the last fortress walled on the Atlantic coast. Essaouira bay, bathed by the waves of the Mogador Islands, is a paradise for fans of wind sports.

Accommodation in hotel / Riad.

Day 5: Essaouira- Marrakech.

Breakfast at the hotel. Free time for one last walk through the Medina of Essaouira, before leaving for Marrakech. Arrival in Marrakech and transfer to the Riad. Free day to make a return and contact with the place.

Accommodation in Riad with charm.

Day 6: Marrakech (Guided tour if desired or on your own)

Free day to continue describing the many corners that make up the city: One of the four imperial cities of Morocco. Famous for having many monuments recognized as a world heritage site and its famous Jemaa el Fna square. You will be able to go to its different and characteristic neighborhoods, Mellah (the Jewish quarter) … or take you through the narrow streets of the Medina, to Jmaa el Fna, scene of endless outdoor activities: jugglers, fakirs, enchanting snakes, aromas, flavors and colors that characterize it.

Accommodation in Riad.

Day 7: Marrakech – Ait Ben Haddou- Dades Gorges

In the morning departure from Marrakech to the Gorges of Dades. On the way we will cross the High Atlas and Tizi n’Tichka port (2,260m altitude). We visit two of the best known and best preserved Kasbahs. The first one, the Kasbah of Telouet, inside which Glaoui Palace hides.
There we will find carved cedar ceilings and rooms with decoration too. Then leave the path to follow the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou (UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987) in which many famous films such as “Gladiator”, “the mother”, “the kingdom of heaven” are recorded ”And (converted into Yunkai and Pentos). We continue the journey through the valley of the roses of the Dades Gorges, where the “Route of the Thousand Kasbahs” begins.Dades Valley accommodations and dinner at the Riad.Day 8: Dades Gorges – Todra-Merzouga Gorges.Breakfast in Riad. We go to the Todra Gorge, where you can take a pleasant walk between its canyon walls that impose more than 300 meters, until the exit to the desert through the palm grove of Tafilalet. Arrive at the hotel in the standing dunes, where you can walk through the fine sand of Erg Chebbi, relax and enjoy this stunning landscape. In the evening, you can savor a delicious Moroccan dish.

Dinner and overnight at. Hotel.

Day 9: Merzouga – Erg Chebbi – Khamlia – Merzouga.

After an abundant Moroccan breakfast, we will go up to the 4 × 4 to begin our return around the dunes of Erg Chebbi, desert-populated region of sand: Among the many stops that await you, discover how and where nomadic families and Small desert villages, inevitable stop on the way to Khamlia village of people from Sudan, which will make us enjoy a good concert of Gnawa music, while savoring a delicious tea. Then Around the hotel, waiting for us to leave our dromedaries in an hour and a half route, wading through the sand dunes in the heart of the desert to watch the sunset, and enjoy a night in Camp, drum music , dinner and Moroccan tea, you can see the immense sky of the stars and sleep in nomadic tents.

Day 10: Merzouga – Rissani – Ziz Valley – Midelt.

We woke up early in the morning to see another great show among the dunes of the Moroccan Sahara: the spectacular sunrise (sunrise). Once again you will embark on your dromedaries for another route back to the hotel. Breakfast and shower, and continued on our way to Rissani. Where to walk through what is known as the south of the country, where the traditional largest souk in south east Morocco, and is traded with all kinds of crafts, food and animals more authentic. We continue through Erfoud, the ancient desert gate, famous for the work of the city fossils, crossing the impressive Ziz valley with its palm trees, reaching Midelt.

Dinner and overnight at a hotel.

Day 11: Midelt – Meknes – Fez

Breakfast and departure to the city of Meknes, where we will visit the door of mansour and bab lkhmis and the famous Roman ruins of Volubilis. Then we will continue our trip to Fez.

Accommodation in Riad.

Day 12: Fez (guided tour – the patrimony of humanity if desired and only on your own)

All day free to explore Fez: Another of the four imperial cities of Morocco is considered the religious and cultural center of the country. You have time to walk around and get to know its different districts, the new zone or Fez Jdid, where the Mellah (the Jewish quarter), the Ville Nouvelle (New Villa) French zone in the northeast of the city and, of course, Fez el -Bali, the old town, within the walls. You can stroll through its streets and feel as if you have transported past worlds, where potters, blacksmiths, artisans and donkeys loaded with merchandise of various origins coexist with tourists who travel their labyrinthine streets. Also famous for the tanners souk.

Accommodation in Riad.

Day 13: Fez – Chefchaouen

Departure in the morning to Chefchaouen small charming town located in the foothills of the Tisouka and Megou mountains of the Rif mountains, which rise above the city like two horns, which gives name to the city (Chefchaouen in Berber means “ look at the horns ”) of the city with very little car traffic in a clean and fresh air that invites you to stay to discover the beauty of the place and its surroundings breathe. Accommodation in Riyadh.

Day 14: Chefchaouen – Tangier.

Departure to Tangier and transfer to the airport, farewell and end of our services.

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