Day 1: arrival Casablanca:
Following your arrival to Morocco you will have a transfer to our joining hotel in the centre of Casablanca. If you are interested to more of Casablanca try to arrive in morning and visit its famous Mosque Hassan II and in the evening you will have a pre-departure meeting with your guide to brief you about the details of your itinerary. After that you can go a group dinner in a local restaurant.
Day 2: Casablanca – Meknes – Volubilis – Fes:
After breakfast we will leave Casablanca towards The imperial city of Meknes built as the capital of Morocco between the late 17th century and the beginning of the 18th century. In the city there are many Madrasas (theological schools), mosques, walls and Gates. For the latter we will visit the famous gate in the city called Bab Mansour one of the four beautiful gates in the worlds and the highest in Morocco. In the way to Fes we will have a stop at one of the Famous and well-preserved Roman sites in Morocco in the evening we arrive to Fes; the first capital of Morocco in the Middle age.
Day 3: Fes Sightseeing:
Fes is the oldest and largest medieval city in the world. Its medina is a heady mix of aromas, sounds and sights. To navigate, we are going to follow our local guide who knows every alley in the medina. There are plenty of mosques and palaces to visit, but be aware that only Muslims can enter Mosques in Morocco. After exploring dye-pits, tanneries and restaurants, we return to our hotel to prepare for an optional night of Moroccan entertainment and food at a restaurant in town. Overnight in Fes.
Day 4: Fes - Chefchaoune:
Today we bid a farewell to Fes and drive north to the marvellous city of Chefchaoune known as the blue city or the pearl of Morocco. En-route we will cross the Rif Mountains. Upon the arrival, you will have time to explore the old medina and have dinner in one of the local restaurants in the city.
Today it is the time to explore the blue city with its narrow alleyways. At the top of the city located the
main source of water called Ras-elma. This spring is the source of life for the whole city, if you are fit enough, you can go up the Mountain so that you can have a panoramic view of the whole city.
The rest of the afternoon will be at leisure.
Day6: chefchaoune to Rabat:
After breakfast this morning we will leave Chefchaoune and head south to Rabat the official capital of Morocco. After lunch we will explore the highlights of Rabat and visit the Royal palace, the Mohamed V Mausoleum with Hassan Tower and we will finish with the old Kasbah Oudayah. Dinner and overnight in Rabat.
Day7: Rabat – Marrakech:
Today, we leave the Capital behind and drive south to the old capital of Morocco during the 11th and 12th century it is Marrakech or the red city as it is nicknamed.
Dinner tonight will be at its famous Djamaa Elfena square.
Today is for Marrakech. This amazing city is located in the middle of the country; its location attracted many dynasties along the Moroccan History and made it as their Capital. That is why you will find the walls and building of the ancient medina is talking just history. Thus, the first historical Monument we will visit is the Koutoubya Mosque; the landmark of the city and the highest building as well. This mosque dates back to the 12th century and will be visited only from the outside. After that we are going to move on the 16th century Jewish quarter and than into the Bahia Palace of the 19th century. The latter, is one of the marvellous palaces in the country and was owned by the grand vizier of Morocco in the late 19th century. From this palace we will wander in the old medina to see its traditional Markets and souks. Our visit of the old medina will finish at the famous square of Marrakech Djamaa Elfena where you can find snake charmers Acrobats, Musicians and many other interesting things that you will not find anywhere else in the world. The rest of the afternoon will be spent at leisure.
After breakfast our services will come to an end.