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Morocco travel plans A week-long trip to Morocco is planned on a 7 days tour from Casablanca. You will explore the royal towns of Fes and Marrakech on this tour. You will also visit the Ziz Valley oasis and go camel trekking. It is also a fantastic opportunity to go to Ifrane and explore the major tourist destinations.
When we pick you up from your lodging or the airport, our 7 days tour from Casablanca will begin. The capital and biggest city of Morocco is Casablanca. It is renowned for the magnificent Hassan II Mosque. Non-Muslims are welcome to explore the mosque’s interior and take photos, nevertheless. Thus, it is a fantastic opportunity to visit a mosque that practices Islam. We will travel to the royal city of Marrakech after visiting this location. You’ll spend the night at a local hotel or riad.
You will begin your city exploration after breakfast at your lodging. At your lodging, our local guide will greet you and show you around the Medina. You will learn about the major attractions, such as the Bahia Palace, the Majorelle Gardens, the Koutoubia Tower, and the Saadian Tombs. Moreover, you may get traditional goods in the Medina. Our tour guide will make sure to visit the significant tourist destination. Also, you’ll get some free time to explore on your own before spending another night in the same lodging.
Our 7 days tour from Casablanca will pass over the High Atlas Mountains today as we depart from Casablanca. We anticipate numerous encounters and discoveries along the way. We’ll stop by the Argan oil cooperative. Discover how Argan oil is used to create cosmetics in this article. Also, you will see scenes from Berber settlements and the High Atlas Mountains. Tizi’N-Tichka pass mountain also provides a stunning view and experience.
Our next destination is Ait Ben Haddou’s Kasbah. The biggest kasbah that has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 is this one. The Galoui family erected it adopting the style of mud-brick homes. Moreover, several films, such as Gladiator and Game of Throne, were shot in this Kabah. You will get the opportunity to tour Ouarzazate’s film studio.
The Thousand Kasbah Road will thereafter be our route as we go to Skoura. next go to Rose Valley to find rose-related stuff. In addition, we’ll make a visit to Reformation Rock, also known as Monkey Fingers. And after that, we’ll go on to your night’s lodging in the neighborhood.
Following breakfast in your lodging, we’ll go on to Todra Gorges. With 300 m high granite walls, it is the perfect location for rock climbers. As a result, you may explore the canyon and take in the scenery at this location. Along the way, you’ll pass by palm tree plantations and learn about the ancient underground irrigation system before continuing on to Merzouga.
In the desert, you will be greeted with mint tea before beginning your camel-riding adventure. Your camel guide will pause so you can take in the breathtaking sunset scenery. Also, the session will expose you to sandboarding. After supper, you may relax by the fire and listen to native drum music while gazing at the stars.
You will see the most beautiful desert dawn today. The Ziz Valley will be our route once you return on camels. Nonetheless, we will take in the expansive beauty of the palm tree oasis before traveling across the Atlas Mountains. Our next stop will be at Midelt, the county seat of Apple. After taking a lunch break, you’ll continue driving through the beautiful, green countryside.
You may see wild monkeys there in the cedar forest. Also, you’ll take excellent images of the gorillas and appreciate their freedom. Also, you will adore Ifrane, which is referred regarded be Morocco’s Switzerland. The town provides a noteworthy perspective of the architectural home while taking use of its climate.
Lastly, as we go toward the Fes, we shall pass through Berber communities. The next day, you will learn that it was one of the imperial cities. You’ll spend the night at a neighborhood riad.
Fes is a historical and conventional city. It is well-known for its historic monument-filled old town. As a result, after breakfast, our local guide will meet you at your Riad. You will be led by the guide through the Medina’s winding lanes. Moreover, you will find additional Quranic schools as well as the first university in the world, Al-Qarwiyyin University.
The Jewish neighborhood and tanneries, where residents work with leather, are also included in the guided trip. Once there, you’ll see the blue gate, the King Palace, and the whole of the city. You will see the important locations and shop the handicrafts thanks to our local guide. You’ll spend the night at the lodging.
You will travel to Rabat city after breakfast. With its historical landmarks, it serves as Morocco’s capital. You will thus visit the principal attractions, which include the Hassan Tower Mosque, the Kasbah of Oudaya, and the Mohamed V Mausoleum. After that, we will return to Casablanca and drop you off at either your hotel or the airport. We’ll finally come to a finish with our 7-day Morocco tour itinerary from Casablanca and wish you a safe journey.
On the first day, we pick you up early from the Casablanca airport, port, or place of lodging. The biggest and most economically significant city in Morocco is Casablanca. The greatest mosque in Morocco, the Hassan II mosque, will be our first stop. It is situated on a peninsula overlooking the Atlantic Ocean on the city’s west shore. Lunchtime free time. Then, we take a tour of the city and pay a visit to Casablanca’s magnificent Cornish. Spend the night at a hotel.
We go to Rabat the coastal route after breakfast. The present capital of Morocco, the city is one of the imperial cities of that country. It is situated in Morocco’s northwest. You will see the city’s top attractions, such as the Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V. The Kasbah of Oudaya is another. Lunchtime free time. We go via Ouazzane in the afternoon to get to Chefchaouen, often known as the Blue City. The city, which is known for its blue-painted houses and alleys, is situated in the Rif Mountains. Lastly, spend the night at a motel.
Be free to explore the picturesque streets of Chefchaouen’s blue city after breakfast. Afterwards we take a trip to see the Volubilis Roman ruins. Given that UNESCO has designated it a World Heritage Site, it has been properly kept. It also contains historic pillars and arches, as well as several lovely mosaics that are strewn throughout. We go around the ruins before making the 30-kilometer trip to Meknes. The city is regarded as the imperial capital of the Ismailis. Visits to Bab Al-Mansour, the Sahrij Souani basin, the Royal stables, and the granary are included. The Moulay Ismail Mausoleum is another. Next, we go to Fes. Spend the night at a riad.
With a local guide, we set aside the day to visit the highlights of Fes. The city is also the political, social, and cultural hub of Morocco. It is regarded as one of the imperial cities.
We begin the day by going to the Royal Palace gate. Then there is the UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site of the well-preserved medieval Medina. You will go to the Blue Gate, also known as Bab Boujloud, which is the ancient Medina’s entrance. This looks to be a maze of streets and lanes. You will enter the Medina to see the Tanneries, the Najjarine Fountain, and the Medrasa Bouanania. The oldest institution in the world, the Quaraouin mosque and university, is the last stop. Following that, we go from the Medina and travel to “the Mellah,” the Jewish neighborhood. The Medina and the city of Fes are next visible from atop a historic fortification, where we next stop for the view. Return at last to your Riad.
Following breakfast, we go via Imouzzer to Ifrane in the south. The city is well-known for its frigid temperatures, snowfall, and homes built in an Alpine style. It makes sense why it is referred to be Morocco’s Switzerland. We next go to the cedar forest, which is home to the Barbary macaques. While exploring the forest, feel free to give them food. We next go on to Midelt, where we will eat lunch on our own. Afterwards, across the Tizi-n-Tilghmt pass and the Ziz valley, we go to Merzouga. with pauses for sweeping perspectives.
As we get to Merzouga in the Sahara, you switch to riding camels to traverse the arid desert. You’ll pause to take in the sunset atop a tall dune. You eventually make it to the camp. It combines the comfort of a hotel with the traditional nomadic tents. where you may dance around the campfire to the sounds of Berber drums beneath a starry, open sky. Dinner and a night spent camping.
In order to see the stunning sunrise in the midst of the desert, you must get up early in the morning. Availability for breakfast. After that, you ride camels back to Merzouga, where the driver is waiting. After that, we leave the desert to go to Rissani Town, the former seat of Tafilalet government. With a sizable souk that is bustling three days a week, Rissani is still a significant trade hub in the area.
A trip around the souk in Rissani is followed by a visit to one of the petrified marble factories in Erfoud. To get to the Todra Gorges, we next travel via the palm plantations of Touroug and Tinjdad. A large canyon has been created out through the mountains by the Todra River. creating a canyon with a towering red rock face. Rock climbers will love these gorges as a location to practice. You are welcome to explore the gorges and take in the scenery. Lunch on your own at a restaurant. Later, after passing through Boumalne Dades, we proceed to the Dades valley. Stops at the “monkey fingers” rock formation, which has an unavoidable view of the Dades valley, follow. Eventually, supper and a motel stay.
The next day, we go on to Kalaa Magouna to see the Rose Valley. In May, a Rose Festival is celebrated. where the villagers sell their rose-related goods. from cosmetic items to rose water, oil, and scents. To go to Ouarzazate, we next travel through the Skoura palm plantations. Next, we go to the filming locations for well-known movies.
After that, we go off to see the well-known Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. a town with defenses designated by UNESCO as a World Historic Site. The Kasbah has also been featured in a number of films, such as Gladiator, Alexander, The Mummy, etc. as well as TV shows like Game of Thrones. The High Atlas Mountains and the Tizi-N-Tichka pass are crossed on the way to Marrakech. There will be breaks for lunch and photo opportunities at noteworthy locations. After we arrive in Marrakech, we will transport you to the airport or to your hotel. Last day of the 7 days Morocco tour from Casablanca.
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