The guide will be waiting you at the airport and transfer to the hotel where you will stay.
This will be a day where after breakfast we will dive into some of the most stunning mountain scenery in the country. Cross the High Atlas through a port of 2,260 m. At one point, we reach the famous fortified village of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, the most beautiful of Thousand Kasbah route. – Old Port of caravans who came from around the world on camels through the Sahara desert – where they have made films like Gladiator, Obelix and Sahara, among others. At the end we are going to stay in Ouarzazate visit: “Silent City”; also known as “the gateway to the desert”. Dinner and overnight in hotel
Out by the road of the “Thousand Kasbahs”, all of them different. After several stops, we arrive at one of the strengths points of the South: the Todra Gorges. The river Todra has formed a vertical wall of huge proportions and beautiful site; It is a paradise for climbers and a unique place. Lunch and continuation to the city of Erfoud where we visit the quarries of fossils older than 380 million years and see how to work for different objects. Output per track up to the big dunes of Merzouga and Erg Chebbi. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Today we will explore the desert region and the wonder of the dunes of Erg Chebbi. We will make a circuit through the dunes of the desert, where we will have the opportunity to see the lifestyle of nomads and desert striking contrasts. Visit the village of slaves, Khamlia to see the Gnawa musicians. We will continue to Rissani, the ancient capital, to visit the market, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif and take lunch. In the afternoon we will ride camels to see the sunset over the dunes and overnight in the Berber camp. We will have a traditional dinner with tagine, delicious mint tea and listen to traditional Berber music while watching the stars and the crescent moon in the stunning Sahara Desert. Accommodation in a Berber tent in Merzouga.
After returning to the camels and showering, we headed Erfoud, we will have a panoramic view of the valley of Ziz with its palm trees and gorges. And once past the Tizi-n-Talghomt, we rich Midelt for lunch. Then we leave by road to the cedar forest, stop to see the wild monkeys. Before coming to Fes, cultural capital of Morocco, passing by Ifrane, known as the Moroccan Switzerland. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
During the morning they will have a guided tour by the oldest of the imperial cities tour. Founded in 808 as the first political, religious and cultural capital. We started the tour of the Golden Doors of the Royal Palace. Subsequently, from a high point we observe the wall that encloses an impressive and ancient medina, which then will travel on foot experiencing the hundreds of feelings aroused. We discover mosques and madrassas and religious sites until the district of the tanners. Free time for lunch – not included – and we will visit the neighborhood of artisans. They brought their knowledge from Spain and kept the Andalusian art and style to Fez, giving the deserved name of the city of artisans. At the end, 14 hs., Will travel to Meknes where a guide will be waiting to offer a visit to the city linked to the name of Moulay Ismail, the great Sultan of Alouita dynasty. Visit the walled Medina, Bab Mansour, the square and the Hedim stables and Sultan barns. Overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast we travel towards Marrakech passing by a rich agricultural region of Morocco. We arrived at Marrakech and free time to explore the city. Hotel accommodation.
Breakfast at the hotel and at the time indicated, transfer to the airport for flight. End the trip and end of our services.
Beginning and endding of the trip: Marrakech.
Accommodation in charming hotels. To see hotels, contact us and we send links.
Transfers in Marrakech- Airport or hotel.
Driver/guide who speaks English at your disposal throughout the trip.
Hotels in half pension (breakfast and dinner), except in Marrakech (breakfast only).
Excursion by camel through the desert.
Night in Berber tent in the desert with breakfast and dinner.
Dinner in Marrakech
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