8 days/ 7 nights
Number of People
1 to 18 person.
Day 1 : Arriving in Casablanca City
You’ll bet warmly welcomed by our Driver at the airport. After that, you will be friven to the hotel you will stay in. Our tour begins with visiting the Mosque of Hassan II.
Infos ( Visiting hours: 9H, 10H, 11H and 14H reliably except for Friday)
Hassan II Mosque was ,which take 6 years to be finished, was built by the Michel Pinseau (a French architect). This mosque, which is the third large mosque in the world, can contain 25,000 worshippers. It has the tallest minaret in the world (210 meters). This giant building id an auxiliary work of art and the second greatest religious structure on earth.
The Mosque of Hassan II foreland provides a stunning points of view sitting above Casa in the residential Afna quarter. Proceeds with the tour in Casablanca at Parc de La Ligue Arabe. It is a large with alleyways fixed with tall palm trees, ficus, arcades, pergolas and flowers beds. Enjoy seeing the animated squala on our road. It is a fortified eighteenth century bastion. Heading north, we’ll make our way through the Place Mohammed V and the Place des Nations Uniones. the main place for new town of Casablanca (Novelle Ville).
We’ll also have a visit to the French building enhanced with Moorish structure in Place Mohammed V. Yet, the trip continues with exploring the New Town of Casablanca that was designed Henri Prost who is a French architect. While you are in the new town, you can enjoy shopping for an hour. South and East from Place des Nations Unies where the guideline market of Anfa was the main roads of the the Ville Nouvelle are radiated.The administrative buildings and the numerous hotels make this area popular. Their unique style is a is a mix of Art Deco styles and Hispano-Mauresque.To the Avenue des Forces Royal (a business area which is a gate into the old medina), the journey continues with a short course.
The Driver will guide you to your hotel through the narrow alleyways. Dinner is served at the well-known Restaurant Rick’s Cafe (restaurant, bar and cafe).
Enjoy chilling in a stylish old yard established in front of the Old Medina’s walls. The vernight is spent in Casablanca
Day 2 : From Casablanca to Rabat.
The next destination after having breakfast is Rabat (the capital of Morocco). Rabat is situated over Atlantic Ocean at the famous Bou Regreg River. During your this one day trip, you will get acquainted with Rabat’s history sites and sightseeing admiring its exquisite curves, minarets, wide streets and green spaces.
You’ll be accompanied with our guide to visit Almohad Udayas Kasbah. It was built with the intetion to protect the city in the Almohad’s period. Then, you’ll visit extraordinary entryway and instance of Almohad military designing.
The next thing you do is visiting Udayas Museum which a Moulay Ismaïl’s palace habitation. It contains collections of Moroccan culture craftsmanship. Before continuing ahead to city medina to relax anf admire the Moorish style Andalusian garden.
Stroll through the well-known Rue des Consuls where consuls from other countries had to live once.
Lunch is followed by visiting Hassan tower. It was built 12th century with inention to be the largest mosque in the world it was left as an incomplete mosque because of Yaqub Al Mansour’ death in 1199 who was the founder of Hassan tower.
The next place to be visited is the brilliant Mausoleum of Mohammed V completed with recolored glass windows, white marble and a made iron section with a stairway inciting a stunning curve. The second day of the tour continues to the necropolis of Chellah some ruins of the Roman town of Sale. The Archeological Museum will also be visited.Its houses the most wide aggregation of archeological collectibles and the phenomenally awesome Necropolis at Chellah.
Proceeding with our journey, we will visit The majestic Royal Palace which is located in the core of Raba.t It is available to be visited by everybody. Its beauty from the outside is as stonishing as the inside. This building was a king’s mosque before it’s become a palace.It was built in 1864. It is is also seen as a good model of Islamic architecture.The program includes visiting the Mechouar. It is where the Friday prayers used to follow the king’s lead and the palace surrounded by the green and beautiful gardens. To the principal square and the entrance’s palace, the street is heading which is fortofied by these two.
Moreover Ville Nouvelle ( New city ) is on the list.
The wide avenues are what ditinguishes the new town. They arved out with green spaces and alleyways seamed with the main Bank of Morocco, a railroad, the cathedral Saint-Pierre blocks that are resendential,
the overnight is spend in Rabat (the Capital city of Morocco).
Day 3 : From Rabat to Meknes and Fez
Leaving Rabat, the destination is Meknes where we will visit Bab Lekhmiss before we head to the jewish quarter. The Jewish quarter os also called El mellah.
Sahrij Souani is one of the interesting Monuments on Meknes It is about 500 m south of the Royal Palace and the spot Mechouar. It was in the area pf Moulay Ismail in the mid eighteenth century.
It bundles a movement of for the most part restricted room around an ample center hall 26m, 30 long/10m, 70 of width. Furthermore, 9m in stature. It was a sustenance amassing place amassing. It has ten rooms beside ten wells norias.
These inside and out supported at the time similarly as the structure Souani bowl, huge water tank building up the milestone with a single substance.
These very much nourished at the time is a huge water tank is a great landmark with a solitary substance.
The thickness of the walls guaranteed a steady temperature that encouraged the protection of nourishment. Profound wells of a few several meters gave, an arrangement of Norias being used by creatures, water required when the predominance of Dar El Ma.
Presently we move to The catacomb of Moulay Ismail : The visit to the sepulcher of Moulay Ismail is allowed for non-Muslims (with the exception of access to the tomb of the ruler).
This sepulcher was worked in 1703 and demonstrates an especially lovely cedar painted roof mosaics on which figuent Koranic sacred texts.
Presently we will go through the triumphal curve.
Remaining at sixteen meters high with an eight meter long curve. It is contended to be the delightful in Morocco.
Enter Place El-Hedime (Square of Ruins) which connections the medina and the kasbah.
The square is fixed with present day private structures and a secured sustenance souk (showcase).
Among the most noteworthy components of this royal city is the excellent door named after the draftsman, El-Mansour, a Christian maverick who converted to Islam.
The plan of the entryway plays with Almohad designs.
It has zellij mosaics of astounding quality.
The marble sections were taken from the Roman remains of Volubilis.
Fez city is where you’ll spend the overnight at a Riad/hotel.
Day 4 : Fez to Moulay Idriss and th Roman City Volubilis
You will be taken by our professional driver with your accommadation (hotel) traveling through the wide open roads in order to visit the Roman city of Volubilis. In the third century BC, it was established. It is the most the important ruins of the Roman Empire in Morocco.
The remnants remained liberally flawless until they were squashed by a seismic tremor in the mid-eighteenth century and along these lines looted by Moroccan rulers searching for stone for structure Meknes.
It was not until the last bit of the nineteenth century that the site was definitively perceived as that of the old city of Volubilis.
During and after the period of the French occuppation in Morocco, the site was uncovered showing so many fine mosaics, more unquestionable open structures and high-status houses were restored or changed.
Nowadays, Volubilis is an UNESCO World Heritage Site as extraordinarily all around shielded instance of a gigantic Roman common town on the edges of the Roman Empire.
The tour coniues to visit Moulay Idriss Zerhoun city where there the tomb of Moulay Idriss the 1st is located. Moulay Idriss is the father of the founder of Fez city. Some people consider it the holiest town in the whole Morocco.
Spend the night in Fez city.
Day 5 : Fez el-Bali and Fez el-Jedid
After having breakfast at your accommodation, you will be accompanied with our guide.
Visiting Fez begins with the Royal Palace and other interesting sites counting the Moulay Abdalllah Quarter, and the Jewish Quarter which is named the Mellah. Not far away, Fez el-Jedid lies in the South where Kasbah. It was established as a Moroccan authoritative place until 1912.
Proceeding with the tour ,we’ll see the southern Tower including The fortified Musée des Armes that was once as a protection to Fez ciy.
Enter the Fez el-Bali through the main gate Bab Boujeloud
Fez el-Bali, best depicted as a sea of rooftops embellished with minarets and vaults is absurdly tight for automobiles.
Beside strolling, jackasses and donkeys are as yet the most ideal approach to go inside the urban communities old dividers.
After entering Rue Talaa Kebira which the center of the medina, you will see ecured shops by coverings.
Advance toward the Karaouiyine Mosque.
After we will proceed with the roads which will lead you to a Fez’s most significant historical sites including the fourteenth century Dar el-Magana water clock and Zaouia el Tijaniya wich contains the tomb of Ahmed el Tijani. He is the one who spread his notorious precept Tariqqa el-Tijaniya (The Way) all around Morocco.
We will also have a stop to visit the Ech Cherabliyine (Mosque of the Slipper producers). After that, we will stroll through the souks where henna, shoes, caftans, silks, gems and flavors are being sold.
Next onto the UNESCO perceived site, Fondouk el-Najjarine.
Inside the foundouk’s three stories is the Wood Museum which showcases lined entryways from the Bou Inania Medersa.
we will visit the Musée Dar el-Batha to see the extraordinary accumulation of stoneware, cowhide work, wood, books and original copies from the nineteenth century.
Investigate the Andalusian quarter, a private piece of the medina bound with landmarks.
Inside the medina, we will the accompanying authentic destinations:
Medersa Bou Inania: Established by Abu Inan Faris that is profoundly embellished from floor to roof. It was used to teach Islamic sciences.
The medersa is one of only a handful couple of religious places in Morocco that is open to non-Islamic voyagers.
Kairaouine Mosque: Morocco’s second biggest mosque was worked by Fatima in 857.
The Kairaouine Mosque turned into the home of the West’s first college and the world’s principal focal point of learning toward the start of the subsequent thousand years.
Al-Karaouine university was established in 859, this college is one of the main profound and instructive focuses of the Muslim world and is viewed as the most established constantly working organization of higher learning on the planet.
Medersa el Attarin: It was named for neighborhood flavor traders known as Attar. It is a Koranic school built in the fourteenth century by Sultan Abou Saïd
Zaouia Moulay Idriss II: It is where Moulay Idriss II’s tomb. Moulay Idriss II ruled Morocco was the one who established the city of Fès for the second time in 810.
Dar Batha: A Hispano-Moorish royal residence dating from the part of the arrangement that houses splendid accumulations of customary craftsmanship from Fez City.
The overnigh is spent in Fez.
Day 6 : From Fez to Marrakech by visiting Beni Mellal
The 6th-day of the trip, we leave Marrakech to Beni Mellah crossing the Atlas Mountains.
You’ll admire the breathtaking nature of Cedar Forests on your journey before we stop at Ifrane city.
We will enjoy a visit the woodland where Berber apes live near the wonderful small town of Azrou.
Beni Mellah is a modern small city encircled by green olive gorves orange trees.
Orange and other kinds of crops such as Beetroot and sugarcane are cultivated nearby the beautiful Bin-el Ouidane.
You’ll have nice and a local meal for lunch in Beni Mellah.
Beni Mellah is located on Tadla Plain’s edge. Cereals are cultivated in this area.
The history of Beni Mellal is very interesting. It was named Day Kasbah Belkouche before Beni Mellal.
Jewish and Berber people used to live together in this area.
Beni Mellah was on the border between Fez and Marrakech for there was two kingdoms (Merinid and Almohad)
In 1680, a fortified Kasbah was founded in Beni Mellah by Moulay Idriss.
Numerous waterfalls, caves, wooded gorges and springs surround the area of Beni Mellal.
The journey continues until we stop t visit the Kasbah of Tadla. In the 17th-century, it was built by Moulay Ismail as the garrison’s town main point.
In Marrakech, you will spend the overnight.
Day 7 : Marrakech and the Old Medina of Marrakech
Having breakfast is followed by visiting the Medina (the antique sector of Marrakech).
Here, we will visit this fascinating area strolling.
You will enjoy visiting the well-known 12th century Koutoubia Mosque and its influential minaret in Djemma el Fna
You will be guided to explore the Dejamaa’s labyrinth avenues and alleys.
Experience aromatic smells, flavor sparkling squeezed orange juice and assignment into the souks that specialize in Berber carpets, silver rings, artisan workshops, home made shoes and tanneries.
Marrakech is also an underground channels established by the Cordoba’s architect, Spain . They supply the metropolis and Palmery with water.
To the Lower Medina, we will head to explore Marrakech’s sites and monuments including El Mansour mosque, the 16th century Saadian Tombs with its stark towers, the ruined 16th century El Badhi palace, and the Jewish quarter El Mellah.
The next direction is the Mellah’s North to vist to the still-standing 19th-century Bahia palace, mainly established for Si Moussa, a former slave who was King Moulay Hassan’s chamberlain once.
The palace contains old green yards and riads orned with stunning Arabic architecture.
We will make our way the new town of Gueliz. The next step is heading to the Majorelle Gardens which was designed by the french artis Jacque Majorelle in 1923.
The Majorelle garden is full of brilliant walkways, ponds, cactus and flora in addition to a lovable save with hand-made gadgets.
During our way back to the accommodation, we will cross the famous Mammounia Hote wherein Alfred Hitchcock has written his well-known movie:The Birds.
At your hote, you’ll have supper and spend the night.
Day 8 : Transfer to the airport
The comes to end. We will transfer you to a place of your choice or Fez to your home country.
WHAT IS INCLUDED in this :
eight days Casablanca tour
- Pick up & drop off from hotel / Transport in A/C Vehicle
- English speaking driver / Guide
- Camel trek to and from the desert camp
- Night in desert camp with dinner /breakfast
- Accommodation in Hotels / riads with breakfasts
- Dinners during the tour as mentioned in itinerary
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED :
eight days Casablanca tour
- Entry Fees for Monuments