4 days/ 3 nights
From Fes to Chefchaouen and Tanger
Number of People
1 to 18 person.
Day 1: Fez City
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 2: Meknes City And the Roman ruins of Volubilis
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.
The next place 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.
Persevering with our tour tour until you attain the territory of the Rif Mountains that’s the main sector of the quiet of Chefchaouen (blue and white washed metropolis).
When you reach the extraordinary Rif Mountains and admire the passionate gate of a extensive set valley stacked with blue structures that are bule washed, you see the lovely Chefchaouen.
Appreciate the wonderful rare views of Chefchaouen.
The night is spent in Chefchouen.
DAY 3: CHEFCHAOUEN City
After having your breakfast, you’ll be kindly welcomed by a loacal guide who will share records of the history of Chefchouen. The guide will provide with more facts about the interesting Chefchaouen walikng alongside.
Begin your tour in this blue city with the kasbah exhibition within the medina.
It’s miles really direct with out constructing stuns at any rate it’s far enveloped via gardens inside and outside.
In the Kasbah, you can go to explore the ethnographic true consciousness containing antiquated weapons, melodic gadgets, and snap shots of the antique city.
On the show lobby’s housetop, you can take snap shots of a complete factor of view on the Hispanic prepared metropolis constant with blue and white washed homes, minor shows, tiled housetops and yards decorated with trees that are citruis.
Continuing our visit in Chefchouen, you’ll have a visit to the Plaza Uta el-Hammam where the placing fifteenth century Grand Mosque.
The Mosque and its close structures had been worked by the contrubution of Jewish refuges who side to side with Muslims made tracks in an contrary path from the Spanish abuse to Chefchaouen.
In Chefchaouen, the night time will be spent .
DAY 4: TANGIER City
Having breakfast is followed by traveling to visit Tangier.
While in Tangier we’ll begin with a town overview at the vantage step of the Colline de Bella-Vista.
Then, drive to see the Grand Succo, a public nighttime square close to the Mosque of Sidi Bou Abib and the tie between Ville Nouvelle and the medina.
Enter the medina at Rue Es-Siaghinie, the busiest part of this Roman medina seamed with cafes and bazaars, a Spanish church, jewelers’ store and an arts center show works give Tangier’s social historiology.
Walk Petit Socco which was once the heart of the medina where businessmen and bankers frequented cafes, hotels, casinos and cabarets that have relocated to Ville Nouvelle.
Move on to visit the Grand Mosque, formed on the place of a Portuguese cathedral.
Walking northward, you will then visit the kasbah adorned with mosaics, ornamental stucco and woodcarving.
Next to the Kasbah you will walk the ramparts and have a short while to relax by the fascinating port
Marshan quarter is an interesting place to be visited. It was a residential region in the West of the Kasbah.
Experiencing the sunset and having dirnk overlooking Gibraltal will be amazing.
The tour comes to an end when we you are transfered to your destination Casablanca/Fez.
WHAT IS INCLUDED in this :
Four days Fez 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 :
Four days Fes tour
- Entry Fees for Monuments