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Explore Morocco Imperial Cities and Marzouga Desert in 10 days
Feel the magic of Morocco on 10 day Moroccan Explorer trip, which starts and ends in Marrakech. Travel to Casablanca, Fes, the Atlas Mountains and more on this memorable tour of Morocco. Enjoy the services of a local Trip Leader and superb bucket list inclusions such as an overnight stay in the Sahara Desert and a guided tour of the medina in Fes. 360 Global Holidays Moroccan Explorer never fails to impress!
Day 1: Marrakech
Get your first taste of Morocco’s delicate dance of old and new world in the 18-plus souks that fill the city streets and prepare to bend it like the Berbers. Ditch the map, turn off your phone and get hopelessly lost in a maze of mosaics and souks in the Red City – the best surprises are waiting around every corner.
Day 2: Marrakech
Take a roll around the medina in a calèche (horse-drawn carriage) and experience mosaic madness at the Saadian Tombs and Bahia Palace on a guided tour. Then, plan your attack on Djemaa el-fna Square –once a trading post for slaves, ivory and gold; now home to anything you could need from snail soup to a dentist check-up.
Day 3: Marrakech to Rabat
Of all the gin joints, in all the world, today you’re walking into Casablanca. Leave the booze out of it when you visit the Hassan II Mosque – bearer of the world’s largest minaret (210 metres), with a frickin’ laser beam on top. After lunch, head to the UNESCO World Heritage capital Rabat to rock the Santorini-esque Kasbah des Oudaias.
Day 4: Rabat to Fes
Live la dolce vita in Volubilis, or at least get a good idea of what it was like during Roman times at these well-preserved ruins. Replete with bathhouses and brothels, they knew how to party like it’s 3rd Century BC. Then, walk through Meknes and go into pattern overdrive in Fes.
Day 5: Fes
Mausoleums, mosques and (funky cold) medinas are in order today on a full-day whip around the city with a local guide. Lose yourself in the 9,000 narrow cobbled streets - and world’s largest car-free urban area - in Fes el-Bali, lined with spices, food stalls and tanneries. Or hunt down a hamam and shed your dignity and a few layers of dead skin.
Day 6: Fes to Errachidia
Rolling green mountains, alpine ski slopes… picturing Morocco? Nope? Welcome to Alpine-fresh Ifrane, aka the Switzerland of Morocco. After a quick stop, fill your memory bank with vistas of the Middle Atlas mountains and cedar forests on our way to Errachidia.
Day 7: Errachidia to Merzouga
Merzouga looks as if it might be swallowed by the red dunes of the Sahara Desert at any moment. Pull up a pool lounger and savour the view before setting off on camel to get Berber fever in a traditional desert camp. Climb the dunes and feel your hair stand on end as the sky burns away the last sunlight of the day and melts into a blanket of diamonds. Epic doesn’t even cut it.
Day 8: Merzouga to Dades Gorge
Step into your own Roadrunner cartoon today in the rock climber's nirvana of Todra Gorge. With a 3D landscape of imposing orange sandstone peaks, streams and the odd camel playing outside your window today, the trip to Dades Gorge will seem quicker than a coyote.
Day 9: Dades Gorge to Marrakech
Step onto the set of Game of Thrones, Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator and The Mummy… to name but a few. Aït Ben-Haddou is UNESCO World Heritage and ‘Desert Hollywood’ beauty combined on an old caravan route between Sudan and Marrakech. The fortified city’s imposing walls have got nothing on the switchbacks of Tizi n’Tichka Pass, though.
Day 10: Marrakech
1. 9 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners
2. 8 nights twin-share in three-star hotels
3. 1 night in a Berber tent in the desert
4. Arrival transfer from airport to hotel
5. Awesome English-speaking Trip Leader
Cost Does Not Include:
1) Air ticket, Train Ticket, Travel Insurance
2) Water, Liquor, soft drinks, beverages, etc.
3) Personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, etc.
4) Any services/meals not mentioned
5) Any Other expense arised due to any reasons
6) Visa fees