We pick you up at the airport and bring you to your riad or hotel in Marrakech.
Depending on your arrival, we explore a bit the city.
Dinner and overnight in Marrakech.
Day 2 : Marrakech – Casablanca – Rabat 330 km
After breakfast we leave to Casablanca, he economic and financial heart of Morocco.
A city tour will let you see the square of the united nations, Place Mohammed V, the famous Hassan II Mosque and its minaret of 200 m which can welcome 25,000 believers to pray.
After lunch we drive to Rabat, the capital of Morocco.
In this city are the Royal Palace, the mausoleum of King Mohamed V and the famous tower of Hassan. Near the sea: the kasbah Oudaya.
Dinner and overnight in Rabat.
Day 3 : Rabat – Meknes – Fes 240 km
After breakfast departure to Meknes, one of the royal cities, from the 17th century and located at the foot of the Rif Mountains. This is the famous city of the Sultan Moulay Ismail. In Meknes are the old horse and the granary of the sultan. We see the monumental Bab El Mansour, one of the most beautiful ports in the 40 km long walls of Meknes.
From Meknes we go to Volubilis. Here we visit the largest Roman ruin city of Morocco with beautiful mosaics, baths and temple remains.
Next to Moulay Idriss, Morocco’s most sacred village with the mausoleum of Moulay Idriss, the founder of Fes and the grandson of Muhammad.
Finally we go to Fes to have diner and sleep in a riad or hotel.
Day 4 : Fes
Fes is the oldest imperial city of Morocco and is the spiritual, religious and artistic center of the country.
Fes consists of three parts:
the oldest part, Fes el-Bali with a medieval atmosphere,registered on the UNESCO list of world monuments
the slightly younger part Fes el-Djedid
the Mellah Jewish quarter
In the morning we visit the oldest part including the medina and the souks with many craftsmen at work, the famous tanneries, the Neijarine fountain and Koranic school.
In the afternoon we visit Fes el Djedid (built in the 13th century. Here too is the royal palace with gleaming brass doors) and the Mellah (Jewish Quarter).
Dinner and overnight in Fes.
Day 5 : Fes – Marrakech 500 km
Today we take a scenic route from Fes, through the Middle Atlas to Marrakech, primarily through small roads.
First the landscape is dominated by cedar and oak trees, where tailless monkeys (magots) live. It is worthwhile to stop at the Oum er-Rbia a famous river in Morocco.
On the road lies Agualmane Azigza, at more than 1.800 meters. The lake is surrounded by cedars and weeding. Along the road to Khenifra are a few lime kilns.
After you travel to Khenifra via El Kebah along a country road to El Kasbah Tadla Ksiba. In Kasbah Tadla is an old adobe bridge over the Oum er-Rbia and the old Kasbah is definitely an attraction (not yet discovered by many touroperators).
From Kasbah Tadla we travel through to Beni-Mellal and then drive to the lake Bin el-Ouidane via a road with many curves and beautiful vistas. At the lake, turn towards Azilal to the beautiful waterfalls of Ouzoud. Just before the waterfall you can see a number of water-powered grain mills.
Further in direction to Marrakech is Demnate. Here the river Oued Ifri made a natural rock bridge in the limestone. In the cave bats and swifts are nesting. The cave has the shape of Africa. In the neighborhood would be footprints of dinosaurs and small eggs of large dinosaurs found.
Dinner and overnight in Marrakech.
Day 6 & 7 : Marrakech
We spend the entire day discovering the splendid city of Marrakech. Innumerable curiosities are there : the square of Jemaa el Fna, the medresse Ben Youssef, the Koutoubia mosque, the Menara…