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Authentic Morocco: 12 days

Day 1 : Casablanca to Rabat

We meet you in the airport of Casablanca, we will drive straight Rabat, The capital of the country, since the beginning of protectorate at 1912 it’s an old town, where Chellah Garden was founded at 3rd Century B.C as a settlement on oued of Bouregrag ( Father of reflection river ), This town offer you a package of sight’s restaurant and history within the walls largely hassle free centre ville, medina and Kasbah. at 12 century Rabat lived it’s golden age imposing walls medina, impressive Bab Oudaya Gate. cool palace. El mansour also began the construction of his empire show piece “ The Hassan mosque” intended at the Time to be one of the largest in the Islamic world.

Day 2 : Rabat to Meknes

We start our day with the visit of this town that still Keeping the Almohad dynasty architecture of 12 centuy. We will visit Oudaya Kasbah an outstanding land mark. Where café Moor serve only mint tea, don’t miss to see Berber museum inside oudaya kasbah. Chellah garden is one of my favourite garden, keeping an old hammam (steam bath) at saddien dynasty 15th century but, also best place been chosen by Storks to be home. Hassan mosque unfinished one planned to be the biggest mosque in the Islamic world at that time. Museum archaeological of Morocco Contain the most interesting remains items Kind to be seen. Our journey keep going to Mekness crossing the Maamora forest, the biggest one in the country ( thuya trees, pine, cedar). We will see Bab Mansour Gate impressif one. Lahri Essouani and Moulay Ismaail Mausoleum.

Night at Meknes

Day 3 : Meknes Fes via Volubilis

After breakfast we drive to Volubilis an interesting romaine ruin protected by unesco as world human heritage. Stop at Moulay Driss Zerhoun a holy town. As it buried the body of the descended man of the prophet Mohamed it’s also the pilgrimage Mecca for poor Moroccans.

Get to Fez at the end of

Day 4 : Full day in Fez guided visit

It’s the spiritual heart of Morocco, the Greatest imperial City within the walls of Fes El Bali the old Fez enclave, largest intact medieval City more than narrow street, it has also 11 medrassas 320 mosques, 270 foundouks and 200 hammams. Fez has many dim alley ways winding endlessly up and down, there are than 9000! See the Karouine mosque, the second largest in North Africa and oldest University in the World. You will see hundreds of craftsman, merchants and citizens. Don’t miss the Zellige tile factories. Fes is majestic, inspirational and wondrous, waiting to be discovered every day!

Day 5 : Fes, Midelt, Rissani, Erg chebbi ( Sahara desert )

After early breakfast, began our journey winding beautiful lush jagged, rocks faces, and Berber villages, as you cross the middle Atlas mountains We can normally find a Barbary Ape colony in the national park. Neither tame nor timid, the apes are a delight to behold and will often hand feed. As we begin to descend towards the Sahara desert might to stop at Midelt to enjoy some tajine choice between Goat or camel one. Along the Ziz River ( the Gazelle river in Amazig) passing through Kasbahs and palm Groves. We head towards the Adobe coloured city of Errachidia you'll follow the Ziz Gorge south into the desert, leaving the paved road after Erfoud. Then it's across the open desert to a remote auberge, but one that has a pool and air conditioning... It's the best accommodation available in the area, and certainly the best food. The village outskirts of the Sahara desert... Get to your hotel and relax .

Day 6 : Full day in the Sahara Desert

Savor the quiet and stillness of the desert and the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi swirling and changing shape with the winds and changing color with the angle of the sun. explore the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi and travel back to ancient times taking mint tea with nomads in their tents. The highlight of the afternoon is a camel safari. by far the best way to experience the dunes. After taking you into the village to buy a proper head scarf to protect you from the sun, you'll be mounted on a camel and led off into the desert.Overnight in Berber tent around fire a very good tagine will be cocked especially for you.

Day 7 : Merzouga Erfoud, Tinghir Dades valley 150 miles

After breakfast we will leave desert down to valley we stop at ARFOUD at fossil Factories where big fossil rocky stones cutted in different ways to have special items like tables... Stop at Berber museum at tinjdad. Visit Toudgha Gorges where the United State reality show expedition impossible in 2012 featured prominently advertisement for Cadillac C.T.S. we get at late afternoon at your hotel Dades Valley.

Day 8 : Dades valley Ouarzazte Ait Benhadou 130miles

We will drive to explore nomads in their caves, this Time is one of aboriginal tribes of Morocco Ait SAGHROCHEN Tribe moves from the plain to other seeking for water and Grass for Their Cattles. We drive throw rose Valley called also, road of thousand and one Kasbah. Stop at SKORA’s Kasbah “AMRIDIL”, Get to Ouarzazate : the noiseless town founded by the French at early1920 to stop Berber attack’s against colonialist but, chosen by Hollywood to be African one! shooting different movies like Gladiator, kingdom of heaven, the Mumuny, salamon fishing in the yema, babel... We see also Ait benhadou Signed as world human heritage by Unesco. Outstanding Architecture, made in Adobe and Straw.

Day 9 : Ait Benhadou Marrakech 150 miles

We will head down to the road of caravans linked Marrakech to Sahara desert, Berbers home climbing to 7,415 feet throw Tizi n’tichka (Pass of the pasture), the famous vehicular pass memorable forever. At mid way we will stop at Telouet to see Kasbah Elgloui : majestic castle in the foot heals of high atlas mountains serious castle where huge cedar wood door keep watched by two black Slaves big erring at their ears, Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin was invited once there. Highly mentioned in the book "lord of the atlas".

Day 10 : Full day in Marrakech(guided visit)

Today you will read a lot of history about Marrakech which was founded a 1000 years ago, by the Almoravid dynasty, the Koutoubia mosque founded in 1071 is an example of the glory of Almoravid architecture, still majestically over looking the Jemma El Fna (main sqaure) which featured in the Alfred Hitchcock film (The Man Who Knew Too Much) story tellers or Halka snake charmers and henna painters.

The Bahia Palace, an outstanding example of Arab and Andalusian architecture is a 19th century palace with more than 160 rooms. Painted with natural colors same as indigo and saffron.

The Majorelle garden. Delightful garden, where you find bougainvillea, coconut Palms, and banana trees , abandoned after the death of the artist Jacque Majorelle in 1926,but restored by another Frenchman Yves Saint Laurent.

The Saadians tombs: a 15th century landmark where more than 200 of the Saadian royal family who ruled Morocco at that time.

Day 11 : Marrakech to Essaouira 170 miles

Start your day at 8 am at the doors of your hotel and drive to ancient Mogador Morocco’s

The medina is home to many small arts and crafts businesses, notably cabinet making and 'thuya' wood-carving (using the roots of the Tetraclinis tree),which has been practised in Essaouira for centuries.

The fishing harbor, with its fishing fleet of blue wooden boats, brings in large catches of sardines every day.

Essaouira remains one of the major fishing harbours of Morocco.You should have some sea food for your lunch Return to Marrakech whenever you want in the afternoon.

Day 12 : Your transfer to Airport

Back home Marrakech or Casablanca.