Mesmerising Morocco Travels

Morocco Private Travel Adventures

Day 1: Casablanca –  
Arrive to Casablanca airport, meet and welcome by our english speaking guide You will be greeted and transferred to your hotel in Casablanca city center ( Check in at 13h00 ) : Casablanca city, the largest and most cosmopolitan cities of Morocco Check in at the hotel In the afternoon at 14h30,start your private tour of Casablanca, visit the magnificent Hassan II Mosque, Morocco’s only functioning mosque open to non-Muslims, then to the central market and the Habous district and Mohammed V square where you will witness the famous art deco left by the French ( the new Medina ). Dinner at Rick’s Café restaurant Overnight at your hotel .
DINNER   LE Rick’s CAFE: International Cuisine
Rick’s Cafe, the mythical replica from the 1942 film “Casablanca” is set in an old courtyard-style mansion built against the walls of the Old Medina of Casablanca. the restaurant – piano bar is filled with architectural and decorative details reminiscent of the film: curved arches, a sculpted bar, balconies, balustrades as well as dramatic beaded and stenciled brass lighting and plants that cast luminous shadows on white walls.

Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat
After breakfast, head to Rabat, one of Morocco’s four ancient capitals, or imperial cities, Rabat is again the country’s capital, at once historic
and contemporary as we discover on this morning tour. We visit the fortified Kasbah of the Oudaias, the peaceful Andalusian Gardens, the museum
of Moroccan arts and the late king Mohammed V mausoleum and the outside of the royal palace .
Visit the food market of Rabat and check in at your hotel in the heart of the city.
Watch the preparation of tagine of chicken with lemon and olives Dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 3: Rabat – Fes
After breakfast and departure from Rabat to Fes via Meknes and Volubilis. Moulay Ismail made Meknes the capital city of Morocco during his reign around 1700; Visit of the mausoleum and the Rouah, his stables for over 12,000 horses, together with Place el-Hedim, the central pedestrian square in the Medina and Baba Mansour, are well worth a visit .
After lunch at local restaurant our journey takes you 30 km north to the hillside settlement of Moulay Idriss. The town is one of the country’s most important spiritual sites and a place of pilgrimage as it is the site of the tomb of Moulay Idriss, a prominent saint in the late 8 th century and a great grandson of the prophet Mohammed.
Leaving Moulay Idriss for the short 4 km drive to the World Heritage Site of Volubilis, there are a number of vantage points to take photographs of the town. Volubilis is the site of the largest and best preserved Roman ruins in Morocco, particularly noted for its superb mosaic floors; it has fabulous views of the Rif Mountain foothills, particularly at sunset. A guided tour of the Volubilis site.
Continue to Fes. Check in at a Riad
Dinner and overnight

Day 4: Fes, Sightseeing city –

Today we explore Morocco’s oldest imperial city, considered the “Athens of Africa” for its wealth of cultural, educational, and religious institutions. We begin with a walking
tour of Fez’s fascinating medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site, focusing on the artisans’ quarters, the 14th-century Koranic schools, and Al Karaouine, the medieval
theological university, then to the potters district. As you might all know, the best Moroccan meal is always cooked at home. For that reason, a traditional Moroccan family will invite us for lunch today at their traditional Moroccan house in the heart of the Medina. In the afternoon, tour the old mellah (Jewish quarter) and its 17th century synagogue, the
royal gates, and the Museum of Fez.
Overnight at Riad

Day 5: Fes – Marrakech-  
Morning leave to Marrakech across the Middle Atlas mountains, through the village of Immouzzer du Kandar, the lake of Daiet Aoua, Ifrane ski resort in the heart of a cedar forest. Then after Azrou and Khenifra, down the Tadla valley and the rich agricultural area of Beni Mellal where a break is planned for lunch. A rather long day trip but very enjoyable due to the numerous changes of the scenery: fertile valleys, mountains and hills, farming areas, or long stretches of pastureland scattered by villages etc… Late afternoon arrival in Marrakech. Dinner and overnight at Hotel.

Day 6: Marrakech
After breakfast at hotel, enjoy a full day sightseeing of Marrakech; in the morning the historical monuments: the Koutoubia Mosque, the Bahia Palace and the beautiful Saadian Tombs, Walk through the souks of Marrakech. Lunch in hotel.

Day 7: Marrakech – Casablanca Airport
Transfer to  airport Assistance and departure
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