A classic itinerary that will seduce any traveler. A journey that winds through the fascinating medinas and colorful souks of the imperial cities of Rabat, Fez, Meknes and Marrakech. Places with a strong character and timeless charm that, at different times, were the residence of the rulers of the Kingdom of Morocco.
The medinas of Fes and Meknes, where historical grandeur, elegance, art and culture are mixed, are by far the most beautiful. The first, considered the spiritual and cultural center of the country, preserves the testimonies of the glorious dynasties that have taken place in Morocco. Meknes, for its part, called the “city of a hundred minarets”, holds impressive monuments and elegant palaces within its walls. In Rabat, the current capital, the elegance of the historic core is combined with a more modern essence. Marrakech, “the Pearl of the South” is a place of the soul, the daily theater of charmers, storytellers and musicians. The route also touches Volubilis, the best-preserved Roman archaeological site in all of Morocco, with splendid mosaics, triumphal arches and a superb location in the hills north of the Middle Atlas.
Day 1 :
Outbound Flight/Marrakech (RAK)
Day 2 :
The Hassan II Sea Mosque and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V.
Day 3 :
The holy city of Moulay Idriss, the Roman site of Volubilis and the gates of Meknes.
Day 4 :
In the maze of alleys of the medina to the dyers’ souk.
Day 5 :
The mountains of Ifrane and the mighty Ouzoud waterfalls.
Day 6 :
The red city, with its finely decorated palaces and lush gardens, and the Djemaa el Fna square, an open-air theater.
Day 7 :
The processing of Argan oil by Berber women.
Day 8 :
The ancient Mogador, with its ramparts and blue fishing boats.
Day 9 :
Marrakech (RAK)/Return flight