When you think of Morocco, the first image that comes to mind is that of its markets, the very lively souks, with their thousand colors, intense aromas of spices, the uninterrupted rumor of the sellers and that disorienting the bustle of people who never seems to stop. A whirlwind of intense and engaging sounds, scents and emotions that are imprinted in the memory and make the journey truly unforgettable.
It is precisely the intensity of emotions that is the travel companion in Morocco, wherever you go and whatever itinerary you choose. The myriad of turquoise pirogues that return to the Atlantic coast at sunset, the dazzling white of the walls of Essaouira, the trade winds that blow and hypnotize almost like a song, the intense green of the palm trees in the great oases that contrasts with the ocher of the canyons and gorges eroded by time. And again, the thousand-year-old kasbahs, the Berber paths that climb the Atlas Mountains, the intense flavors of traditional dishes and the labyrinthine souks and medinas where you can hope to get lost to appreciate the magic of every alley. Everything here surprises and excites.
Day 1 :
Outbound Flight/Marrakech (RAK)
Day 2 :
The medina of Marrakech, with its souks and the mythical Djemaa el Fna square.
Day 3 :
The meeting with the cooperatives that work with Argan oil and the ancient port of Mogador, with its whitewashed houses.
Day 4 :
The wild Atlantic coast, the fishing villages, the beach of Agadir.
Day 5 :
Taroudant, the “little Marrakech”, and its red pisé walls.
Day 6 :
The pink houses of Tafraoute, villages, palm groves and Berber traditions.
Day 7 :
The rock arch on Legzira beach and the decadent colonial buildings of Sidi Ifni.
Day 8 :
Goulimime, a “frontier” city inhabited by the Saharawis.
Day 9 :
Tiznit/Souss-Massa Park/Marrakech (RAK)/Return flight
The Souss-Massa park, a birdwatching paradise.