8 Days tour from Fes Desert and imperial cities.￼
1 Day 1 : Full day to explore Fes with local guide.
Full Day to visit Fes with local guide the royal city of Fez with their numerous .medresehs, Al karaouine university its tanneries and the famous Medina. Dinner and overnight at a hotel or Riad.
2 Day 2 : Fes – Volubilis – Moulay Idriss Zerhoun – Meknes
After breakfast, we’ll drive to Volubilis, or Walili as it’s known locally, the berber Roman ruins of some really old olive presses that the Romans had been using, their mansions that they had been living in, and its stunningly beautiful intricate designs and mosaics, old monumental antiquity arches, and the Corinthian known column, the place where you’ll get a sense of the Roman lifestyle and style of life. The area contains the Mansion, which holds the mosaic of Hercules’ Labors, as well as the Gallienus’s baths and the Forum’s baths, both of which have fragmented mosaics.
Orpheus’ House with it’s own Dolphin Mosaic, as well as the Orpheus Mythology. Many of the mosaics in the Venus Cortege are still only visible from the outside. The medallions of Bacchus, Diana, and the Hylas Abduction will be on display. The bath house and pooling courtyards of the Gordian Palace. The House of the Wild Beast, the House of Nymphs, the House of the Seasons, the House of Flavius Germanus, the Knight’s House with an incomplete mosaic of Dionysus Discovering Ariadne Asleep, the Triumphal Arch, the Capitol, and the House of Ephebus with its pictorial mosaics, particularly that of Bacchus Being Drawn Panthers in a Chariot.8 Days from Fes Desert Trips and imperial cities we leave Volubilis behind. To drive alongside the dark, outlaying ridges of the Zerhoun Hills. To stop for a visit of the town of Moulay Idriss, the holiest Islamic town.
Thousands of Moroccan believers flock to the country of Morocco every August for a pilgrimage (moussem) to worship at the tomb of this descendent of Mohammed, the Prophet. We observe the Zaouia’s green-tiled columns with their two circular quarters on different sides as we approach the elongated square. Take a stroll through the labyrinth of alleyways before going for the Imperial City built by Moulay Ismail and now to the Imperial City. Meknes is a Moroccan city that is considered as a World Heritage Site from the UNESCO. We’ll go to the most gorgeous place on the planet. Bab Mansour was the last important construction project ordered by Sultan Moulay Ismail. He conceived it not as a defensive stronghold, but as an elaborate homage to himself and the strong Muslim orthodoxy of his dynasty. The masterpiece of the complex known as Hri Swani, the Basin of the Norias, Sahrij Swani, is an artificial lake notable for its size (148.75 m by 319 m with a depth of 3.20 m), large enough to sail pleasure boats on, built inside the kasbah. the ‘Alawid prince had this lake constructed to guarantee the supply of water, in times of siege or drought, to the palaces and mosques of the town, as well as to the public baths, homes, gardens, and the orchards that surrounded the town and provided for its daily fruit and vegetable requirements. the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum and the famous Hedim-square all in sight with bab Mensour and Sehrij SouanuStallion stables of Haras where these Berber horses are bred. We can’t leave Meknes without having a good taste of its food. the depart will take place around 4. p.m. toward a hotel or a riad.
3 Day 3 : Fes – Ifrane – Midelt – Ziz valley – Erfoud – Rissani – Merzouga (Erg Chebbi).
Following breakfast. We’ll set out on a scenic drive to Ifrane, dubbed “Moroccan Switzerland.” Through hills covered in cork oak and enormous cedar trees. A few Barbary apes call this place home. We’ll get our first look of the south’s amazing architecture as we cross gorgeous and serene passes over both the Middle and High Atlas peaks. Lunch at Midelt, reached via a desolate scrubland and arid plain. The village is set against the majestic peaks of the High Atlas, which rise dramatically behind it. We’ll descend onto a desert plain along the Ziz valley via Tizi-n-Talremt. Then we’ll travel south to Erfoud and Rissani, a vast oasis with over six million palm trees and a swath of ksour (fortified villages). When we arrive in Merzouga, we will be greeted with a hot local drink of tea to continue through the spectacular road that marks the transition to the desert. We have some free time before embarking on a camel ride into the dawn-tinted sands of Morocco’s highest dunes. Before dusk, we’ll have time to tour the dunes. Dinner is given to end the night in sahara traditional tent with local music.
4 Day 4 : Merzouga – Rissani – Todra Gorges – Dades valley – Dades gorge
We can see the sunrise if we get up early enough when the color of the dunes combines with the dance of shadows to create an amazing scene. we will have a fun camel ride after breakfast. Our next stop would be Tinghir and Todra Gorges for lunch. Tinejdad and the Todra Valley are on the route. There are several places to discover in this beautiful location. The river through the gardens or up the road on the opposite side of the gorge. Dades Valley and Dades Gorges, where we’ll spend the night in a hotel. From Fes, it takes 8 days to get to the desert. Morocco tours and trips to imperial cities
5 Day 5 : Dades Valley – Rose Valley – Skoura – Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou – Marrakech
We’ll drive through the towns of this picturesque area after breakfast, past fields cultivated by Amazigh women and the hills of the High Atlas as a perfect backdrop. Then we’ll continue to Ouarzazate, passing through the soul-filling Valley of the Roses, which is famous for its Rose Festival in May and the breathtaking roses oasis, and the Kasbahs of Skoura oasis. Our next stop would be the direction of the biggest cinematic productions in the world “Ouarzazate”, Morocco’s Hollywood, for a visit to the cinematographic museum, followed by the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, a World Heritage site and the setting for numerous Hollywood blockbusters, and Morocco’s most renowned kasbah. The crossing of Africa’s highest pass, Tizi n’Tichka, was controlled from here. We will arrive in Marrakec late in the afternoon where diner would be served into a good night.
6 Day 6 : Full day to visit Marrakech
After breakfast, you will take a guided tour around Marrakech, One of Morocco’s former imperial capital cities, Marrakech is home to many historic attractions and interesting museums. Indeed, the Red City is often said to be the country’s, cultural heart. You’ll come across the Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs, and a slew of other hidden gems. After lunch, continue to the beautiful Koutoubia Mosque and the iconic Djemaa el-Fna, one of Marrakech’s most recognized attractions. The tour will continue with a visit to the souk (market), which is lined with fresh fruit, spices, elaborately woven Berber carpets, and other Moroccan artifacts. a night in a posh hotel or riad.
7 Day 7 : Marrakech – Casablanca – Rabat
After breakfast, we depart Marrakech and travel down the Atlantic coast to Casablanca, where we will stop to see Hassan II’s iconic mosque. An amazing architect masterpiece was a gift to his highness’s 60th birthday. Following the visit, we will continue to Rabat, Morocco’s administrative capital and capital since 1912. The journey starts at the Royal Palace. A remarkable complex of wonderfully designed buildings that houses a modern palace, a mosque erected by the “Men of Fes,” and different government structures. Later, we’ll go to the Kasbah of Oudayas, where we’ll be introduced to a stunning panoramic vista. We’ll have some free time in the afternoon to explore Rabat’s medina, and we’ll spend the night there.
8 Day 8 : Rabat – Fes
After breakfast, we will hve our final memorial drive through fes before we say good bye to the stunning morocco and Transfer to the airport.
- Pick up and Drop off
- Private A/C Transportaion & Fuel
- Breakfast & dinner
- Driver English speaking
- All Application Taxes
- Lunch & Drinks
- Personal items
- Local guide
- Tips for Guide/driver