EXCURSIONS IN DESERT
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Guided tour in Fes
Explore Erfoud and Rissani
Camel ride in Sahara desert in Merzouga
Sleeping in Sahara desert camp in Merzouga
Explore Dades and Todgha Gorge and Ait Benhaddou
Tour finishes in Marrakech
Pick up you from Airport To your Hotel in Casablanca with breakfast.
Departure at 8 Am of the morning and visiting Hassan II Mosque its traditional decoration detailing, including ceramic mosaic carved plasterwork and painted wood, the Hassan II mosque is often also heralded as a symbol the renaissance of Moroccan craft skills , inaugurated in 1993 , it is the second world biggest mosque and took five years of intensive labour by over 30.000 workers and craftsmen to complete ; the mosque is hug in terms of covered area it is the largest in Morocco. some 200 M high the mosque is built on a rock site and next of the ocean , Then Travel To Rabat via el Mohamadia , in the capital of Morocco we will visit Hassan Tower and Oudaya kasbah , Arrival to The bleu city around 6 p.m. overnight and accommodation in beautiful riad/hotel in Chefchaouen with breakfast.
After breakfast you will have time to explore The Bleu Medina by yourself then continue to Volubilis is by far the most impressive Roman site in Morocco and sits in a spectacular spot ; the hills and Moulay Idriss behind, vast views over the plain below . While much has been removed to adorn other cities over the centuries, or taken to museums such as the one in Rabat, the structure of the town is largely intact, break and lunch in Meknes is a striking town , a fact accentuated by the distant backdrop views of the Jbel Zerhoun, which rises to over 1000 M to the north . the wooded foothills and orchards of olives , apples and pears below provide a green setting to the city for much of the year. Of the great historic of Morocco, its vast imperial city is now nevertheless more historic architecture. another distinct part of Meknes is the medina which includes the intricately decorated Medersa Bou nania , vibrant souks , Dar jamai , in the Medina of Meknes has El Hedim Palace «the square of destruction « , opposite Bab Mansour , the best point for exploration . The biggest open square in the city , it was once as busy as the Jemaa el-
After breakfast in your riad , you will start exploring the oldest city in Morocco, walking in its alleys and small streets, Fes city – perhaps as near to the middle age as you can. The city has numerous historic buildings , centered around the Qarouiyine Mosque and king palace then some Memorable souks , the Qarouiyine university founded 859 , one of the most prestigious centre of Morocco in the Arab world , the influence of university grew a few centuries later under the Marinades with the construction of colleges or Medersas . The two parts of Fes el Bali were united by the almorabids in the 11th century and Fes became one of the major cities of Islam; after lunch visit the wonderful panoramic view over the whole Fes Medina . Overnight in Fes with breakfast.
After breakfast our Private Casablanca Tour continues towards to Erg Chebbi Dunes and Merzouga via Ifran and Midelt You will be travelling through the fascinating Tiz Ntalghamt pass and the Ziz Gorge, taking in views of the High Atlas plateau, you’ll notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the Desert as you approach the city of Errachidia, here you will have lunch and enjoy the Berber hospitality. Afterwards, you will travel along the luxuriant Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way to Erfoud the capital of the fossils. Arrive at Merzouga on the afternoon. You’ll be welcomed with a glass of mint tea before to take the Camel ride to your Desert accommodation, overnight in the Camp with dinner and breakfast
Get up early to contemplate the most spectacular sunrise , shower and breakfast in the Hotel , afterwards , Drive to Rissani it was once the Berber capital of the Tafilalet region , and a major trading centre. it was founded in 757 by the Arab leader Mousa Ben Nasser , and its location on the major shale to Europe trade route, from Niger To Tangier , gave it considerable importance and prosperity , trading in gold ,its fame grew as did its size. The ruins , littel of whish remain , are between the town and the river. A major new Kasbah was put by Moulay Ismail ,but Ait Atta tribe destroyed the town in 1818. lunch in Tinjdad travel through The « Road of the Thousand Kasbahs’ »as it is marketed , runs between Merzouga and Ouarzazate through arid plains Oasis with a backdrop of harsh mountain landscapes , where send-
After breakfast in Your Hotel in Dades , we will take a short walk in the gorges before departure for Marrakech. We will follow the Dades Valley through Kalaat M'Gouna is the capital of the Moroccan Rose-
The Highlights of the city are less its museums and Historic sites than the streets and souks of its medina , and you should allow plenty of time for wandering. Stopping for min tea , and getting inevitably lost. Jemaa el-
Today we will drop off you to Casablanca airport and the end of our service.
We can customize your Private Morocco 4x4 trip based on your budget and interest. We offer also group discounts for your private Morocco Tours. Price for this tour depends on season you want to travel and on accommodation you require -
Morocco Sahara Holiday offer private tours from Casablanca to explore Morocco best destinations for your Morocco vacation, including Sahara desert in Merzouga.
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Private tour in comfortable vehicle with A/C
Pick up and drop off from hotel/riad/airport in Marrakech
English speaking driver , Fuel
Breakfast and dinners as per itinerary
Hotels / riads overnight
Camel trek and night in Sahara desert camp
Camel for each person
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