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A trip to the desert in Morocco is not complete without a camel trek in the dunes. For those who are fascinated by the caravans which crossed the African deserts between mythical cities transporting wanted products like salt, this is the opportunity to feel like a nomad for one night.Experience Morocco with a camel trek through the dunes of Erg Chebbi Desert on this overnight trip through the Sahara. Try sand-boarding and drumming, then enjoy traditional tagine and sweet mint tea before camping under the stars in a Berber tent. This is a tour created for any quantity up to 50 people.
Accommodating up to 15 people with transport by minivan, this private 7-day tour from Casablanca includes accommodation with breakfast. A personalized itinerary with a guide ensures you view the main sights of each imperial city: Rabat, Meknes, the Roman Ruins of Volubilis, the Holy City of Moulay Idriss, and UNESCO-listed Fes and Marrakech. It's an ideal way to discover the beauty and culture of Morocco in one week.
Drive from Casablanca to Fez, the second largest city in Morocco, known as “the Spiritual City of Morocco” and walk through the Medina and its alleys. Visit cultural and historical sites including the famous Al-Karaouine Mosque and University (the oldest in the world), the Madrasa Bou Inania, the famous Tanneries and the Nejjarine Fountain. After lunch, travel outside the Medina and see the Royal Palace gate, walk through “Mellah”, the Jewish quarter and visit the Pottery Cooperative. Drive to one of the Fortresses to experience a panoramic view of the whole Medina of Fez. After an exciting day in Marrakech, drive back to your Hotel or Riad in Casablanca.
Drive from Casablanca to Rabat, the capital city of Morocco. The City is located on the Atlantic Ocean. Visit the Hassan II Mosque, the largest Mosque outside Mecca and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk the Kasbah Des Oudaia, also referred to as Kasbah Oudaya. Visit the Chellah Ruins and Gardens built by the Romans in 40AD, After an educational and informative day in Rabat, drive back to your Hotel or Riad in Casablanca.
Marrakesh shopping tour is a unique experience; As the red city was the largest market for trading in AFRICA. Open to the world since 11 century. The old towen markets classified among the biggest and one of the beautiful of Morocco. You find of everything there such as: Carpets, Spices, Argan oil, traditionel colthes and much more style.
Drive from Casablanca to Marrakech, known as “the Red City of Morocco.” Enjoy a guided tour of sites of historical and cultural interest, including the Jemaa el-Fna square, the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian tombs, the Palace of Bahia and the Ben Youssef Koranic School. Lunch at a restaurant near the square, then in the afternoon visit the Majorelle Gardens, and have a short visit to the new city of Marrakech and the Koutoubia tower. After an exciting day in Marrakech, drive back to your Hotel or Riad in Casablanca.
Drive to Meknes and Volubilis over the Rif Mountains. Explore the Medina of Meknes, one of the four Imperial Cities of Morocco. previously the capital of Morocco during the reign of Mulay Ismail, thereby known as the Ismaili capital of Morocco as well as “the Walled City”. Visit the Bab Mansour Gate, the imperial Granaries and Stables, the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, and the Sahrij Souani basin. Enjoy some free time to wander around the square entertained by story tellers, musicians and snake charmers. Continue to the Roman city of Volubilis for a Guided tour of partially excavated Berber and Roman City of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage. After your visit to this unique site, drive back to Fez.
To get an idea of the richness of the Marrakchi handicraft and to give you the knowledge of its 40 000 craftsmen, nothing beats a stroll in the souks of the medina among the most famous of Morocco for their diversity and the atmosphere the souks of Marrakech are unique in the world in their organization and size.It is a very rewarding experience for the visitor. They have traditionally narrow lanes, which intersect, stretch intertwine to form the impression of a mazewhen entering for the first time. to protect yourself from the sun. The souks are organized by district and by profession.A souk is the name given to an Arab market. Traditionally an open-air market that locals relied on for their essential items, a souk would have travelling merchants passing through them once a week, once a month or at other infrequent periods. Marrakech’s strategic location at the heart of Morocco, however, meant that many traders came through the city every day.
Ask us for the moon, you will have it. From the vaguest desire to the craziest dream, we will realize it for youEnjoy a long weekend (5 days 4 nights) in the magnificent Imperial city of Marrakech in the mythical Palace, elected many time best hotel in the worldYour travels will make in private driven limousine. For your catering, we reserve you your table in the best restaurants held by the best chefs. For your drinks and your favorite cigars, they will be at your disposal at any time. The sense of the service defines itself by the attribution of a Personal agent (your concierge) who will be your unique interlocutor. The more he will know you, the better he will know how to satisfy your expectations, anticipate your desires and bring you custom-made solutions.