Length Of Tour : 8 Days -
Day 1 : Fes – Volubilis – Meknes
We will start at 9 in the morning at a time of Volubilis: the ruins of this city speak of an ancient past that still leaves the signs of the ancient Roman Empire. Surrounded by wheat fields and lagoons populated by birds will give you an unusual landscape for Morocco. After the visit depart for Moulah Idriss where we have lunch. Meknes is a small provincial town that you can visit in 1 day, is at the same time very quiet and peaceful, compared to other big cities. Meknes which stands on a plateau, is surrounded by thick walls and is crossed by the river Oued Bouferkrane. All around is a very fertile valley, where they grow wheat and cereals, which are important resources for the economy of the city. Evening arrival and accommodation in Riyadh.
Day 2 : Meknes – Rabat – Casablanca
After breakfast a local guide will accompangerà visit in the city: the Bab Mansour , its ancient buildings and stables. After the visit, head towards the economic capital of Morocco : Rabat which is the symbol of the immortality of the country. Embraced by miles of amber -colored walls and decorated with hibiscus, this city in the same refined elegance blends its historic center and the city today. Overlooking the sea and very colorful is a very pleasant stop on our trip. We will have lunch in the medina, we will visit the Royal Palace, Hassan II , the City and the Kasbah Oudaya Challah conociuta for its gardens . We will leave to get to Rabat Casablanca. Commercial and industrial city overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, is the largest in Morocco , not only extension but also for population density, in fact reaching the six million inhabitants, and is undoubtedly the most modern : it has a large historical and artistic heritage as the rest of the city. The contrast that prevails is the one created between the ancient medinas , Quatieri popular with modest homes and new buildings in various architectural styles which are mixed and where they live , and modern bourgeois businessmen. In Casablanca is the largest industrial area in the country and is home to major banks and financial institutions. We will visit the religious center , with its Hassan II Mosque, one of the most beautiful in the world . Accommodation at the Riad in the evening.
Day 3 : Casablanca – El Jadida – Oualidia – Essaouira
After breakfast we move from Casablanca to El Jadida, a town that previously was known as Mazagan, was conquered by the Portuguese in 1502 that left her in 1769. Declared a World Heritage Site in 2004 for its exceptional interchange of culture between Morocco and Europe. Seaside town where there are very interesting to visit the districts Portuguese with its cistern and the Church of the Assumption. From here we reach Oualidia, a hillside village overlooking the sea, is chosen by many tourists here they are relaxing and cooking fish. Offers beautiful beaches and a lagoon. For lunch we will stop here to taste us the fresh fish that is fished continuously throughout the day. After lunch and a short walk on the beach will resume the journey to Essaouira where we arrive in the evening. Overnight in Riyadh.
Day 4 : Essaouira – Marrakech
In the morning you can walk safely to the beautiful town of Essaouira. Under the eye of UNESCO it has managed to preserve what is its special atmosphere. Often covered by fog offers a rare beauty. From the port to the squares, from colorful shops to shops of marquetry wood, ebony and cedar, Essaouira is also known for the Gnaoua Music Festival that takes place every year in the month of June. After lunch depart for Marrakech. On the way we stop in a cooperative where women work the argan oil. Here we'll explain the various processes through to finished products. For those interested you can make purchases. In the late afternoon we will arrive at the Riad in Marrakech. Dinner and overnight.
Day 5 : Marrakech – Ait ben Haddou
After breakfast we will start with our local guide for the Djemaa el- Fna and the place where it all happens : here the various tribes come to sell their wares , traders Berbers bring their produce , the music of snake charmers echoes in the air, women who want to draw your hands with henna , monkeys to photograph, carts of oranges for juice and much more. It ' an extremely funny place despite Djemaa el Fna means literally the gathering of the dead. The center of Marrakech turns safely walk and here after a hike arrivamo Sadiane the tombs that were built at the time of the great sultan Ahmad I al -Mansur (1578-1603) and used for members of the Saadi Dynasty . The interior decorations are the most attrazzione tourists. The minaret of the Koutoubia , one of the most beautiful Islamic monuments in North Africa : its tower offers several ornaments on each side , the gardens at his feet . Then we will visit the palace Bahia.Il Palace was built in the 19th century (1867) by Sir Moussa , as residence of sultan . Bahia means brilliance, the Moroccans in the 19th century thought they had built the greatest palace of all time . We will have lunch on the square. Crossing the famous chain of the High Atlas with breathtaking viewpoints, we arrive at Ait ben Haddou , surely one of the most famous Kasbahs in Morocco . Situated on a hill has been a setting for many Hollywood films such as " The Mummy " and "Gladiator ." We will walk through its streets and visit this beautiful kasbah . Night in Riyadh.
Day 6 : Ait ben Haddou – Ouarzazate – Dades
After breakfast depart for Ouarzazate. Also called the American Hollywood for its film studios. This opens the door to the desert city is its ocher buildings are like the sand of the big dunes of Merzouga. After lunch we will resume the direct travel to the Dades and the way we will stop in the Valley of the Roses where we will have time to drink a cup of tea. In the evening we will arrive to Dades where we spend the night.
Day 7 : Dades – Gole del Todra – Tingdad – Efroud – Merzouga
We will start right after breakfast, to admire the lights that illuminate the fascinating morning Dades Valley, stopping in scenic spots from where you can take great pictures. We will cross the valley of Todra canyon to reach its famous for climbing. Passeggieremo in the grooves and then we will have lunch along the way. After lunch we will resume the journey to arrive in time for the sunset in the beautiful dunes of Erg Chebbi. We will leave the car, a welcome tea and all ready to go riding the camels to cross the dunes, watch the sunset and get to the bivouac. Dinner with musical entertainment. I advise you to lie down on the sand to admire his immense starry sky. Overnight at camp with accommodation and private facilities.
Day 8 : Erg chebbi – Erfoud – Errachidia - Midelt – Azrou –Fez
After breakfast we will depart towards the imperial city through the multitude of landscapes of the Atlas Mountains. Cross Midelt, famous throughout Morocco for its apples and here we stop for lunch. Before we get to spend in Fez cedar forests populated by monkeys. In winter, these forests are colored white by snow. In the evening we will arrive in Fez.