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The sweet savouring scent of the rosewater surrounds a shop filled with decadent silks. Carpets are woven in a finely detailed fashion and rests against the old city walls. Elements of the French colonization are evident along the perimeters of the new market place.
DAY 1: Casablanca – Arrive in the lively Seaside City
Get to Casablanca and move into a different world where the past and present combine to create a fascinating interesting atmosphere. Your private transport meets you at the airport and takes you to your hotel that is situated at the center of the city. The boulevards are occupied with palm trees dancing to the tune of the sea breeze. Theatlantic ocean laps against the city’s western border. The scent of palm oil, merges with the traditional spices thatdrifts out of reataurants and Cafes. Men hang around the Parc de la LigueArabe and play petanque, a form of lawn bowling.
Balls are played with and you can hear the soft thud as the ball hits the field. The canopy creates a comfortable and shady passage that locals walk through. The sweet scent of cedar trees blooms around the plush space. Black and white marble stairs make up the Art deco building of villa de Arts, a1934 building that retains contemporary exhibits of artists in and out of the country. When you adjust to Casablanca, in the evening, you will be pleased to discover a superabundant city in touch with its roots yet far from archaic.
DAY 2 : Fes – Travel the Imperial Cities of Rabat and Meknes on your way to Fes
After breakfast, your guide leads you to the imperial city of Rabat, home to the roysl pslsce of the king. The city also has a palm tree-
A small neighbourhood was built in the Andalusian style; which refers to painting the walls white and decorating the doors, roofs and windows cobalt blue. The narrow lanes filter the soft breeze through the windy streets. The ancient mosque was built in the 11th century at first, the updated in the 18th century. Explore the gardens and look for the fauna in bloom. The sweet scent of fresh roses and tulips add pleasant smell and colour to the slightly golden walls of the Kabash. In the Oudaiais Museum, you take note of the 17th century lodge is decorated with gold and silk divans, showing the magnificent décor of plush nobility.
DAY 3 : Exploring Fes – A day Tour of the City’s Fascinating Highlights
Arise to the morning excited activity of Fezmedina, the ancient town. The Medina returns back to the city’s medieval culmination and retain a traditional aptitude unlike any other city in the world. The tour guide meets you after breakfast and leads you into the city to explore impressions of history in modern age. Carpets are woven with unique designs and bright and clear colour. They are exhibited in shops and rest against walls, ready to be opened up and shown to interested people. The streets of Medina are slim, narrow and long.
They are in and out of dead ends, leading to a labyrinth with cultural values and treasures at every corner. The familiar aroma of leather wraps in the ancient city comes from Fes’s popular tanneries. Dar el-
DAY 4 : Erfoud – Explore the Caravan Trail before Reaching the Sahara Desert
You depart the antique wonders of Fes and head along the mountains terminating in the plains, an area within the Middle and High Atlas Mountains. The High Atlas Mountains get to an altitude of 13,671 feet. The pinnacles are frequently crested by bright snow with remainders of the tough, high elevation earth topping out. The High Atlas Mountain appears to ascend from non-
The toughness disappears as you climb down the mountains and make your way through the Ziz Valley. Levels of colour distinguish the cliffs that surround the thick covering of palm trees. The green foliage fades and is interchanged with the flushed and halcyon dunes of the Sahara Desert at Erfound. The desert fans out with saturation outside the view. The smell of tender, blistering ground fills the area. Even the border of the desert is awesome in its background and amazing looks.
DAY 5 : Erfoud to Ouarzazate – Experience the thrill of the Desert Oasis to the Road of 1,000 Kasbahs
Enjoy the morning adventuring by the boarders of the built world and into the desert sands. Erg Chebbi is famous for its enchanting perspective of the lifelike desert fanning out over 17 miles. Dunes can rise above 500 feet and resemble little mountains. As the sun heightens you can view the entire horizon change to gold from dark blue. Come back to Erfoud and head to Quarzazate, a town famous for its unparalleled desert look and shown in films like Cleopatra and Gladiator.
From afar, the fenced city fuses with its environment. Colonial France formed the military post town early in the 20th century. The Taourirt Kasbah sustains a medieval influence in its fortitude. Components of the fort have been refurbished over time, and direct you through a labyrinth of stairs. The upper floor has a prayer room and Moresque curves. You find remains of plaster from the first ceiling dispelled round the room. The sight of the remaining parts of the town is enjoyable and the little whiffs of air carries around the smell of the desert.
DAY 6 : OUARZAZATE to Marrakech – Explore Ouarzazate and the famous Walled Cities
Linger around touring more of Quarzazate before crossing the High Atlas Mountain and the town of Aït Ben Haddou. The Kasbah is unchanging upholding its 11th century looks. The Kasbah was built with clay and held by interior pillars. The fragrance of boiling couscous saturates the air from the neighborhood eateries. Head for the fort along a dilapidated storehouse. It allows for a sight of the encompassing palm plantation. The scent of natural oils and dug up roots penetrates the lull sky.
Farther along the palm trees is the desert scattered with stones, a deviation from the unending levels of sand you toured the preceding morning. Following your travel along the historical fenced town, you proceed to Marrakech, formerly known as the “Red City” based on the colour of the walls around the medina. The primary gate, called Bab angaou, was built in the 12th century. A circular, graven edge levels and borders the keyhole threshold. You can discover engraved carvings of the Quran decorating three panels bordering the gate. The calls of the metropolis are full of snake charmers and soothsayers, listening to a spirit that persists predominantly in Marrakech’s present day.
DAY 7 : Exploring Marrakech – Experience the Culture of the City on a Half-
Djemaa el Fna Square fills up with people in the middle of the morning. The medina transforms into a unique world: you can see the snake charmers flex and turn their bodies as they bewitch whorled cobras with their motion and songs. The tale of Marrakech outpours with excitement as narrators render sufficient tales and fables of travelling dunes and despicable sultans, never telling the same tale twice. Gymnasts walk mystifying lengths on their hands and juggle abysmal amount of things. The environment is boisterous and lively. The scent of citrus and honey overflows from topside coffee houses.
Your usher takes you through the narrow labyrinth-
DAY 8 : Marrakech to Casablanca – Return to the Cosmopolitan City and Tour the Historic Sites
One voice echoes though the historical streets at the dawn as the Adhan wakes the people. Koutoubia Mosque Minaret was earlier built in the 12th century and gives a calming voices the city is conversant with. The tower is about 330 feet high and was formerly encompassed by booksellers. Keystone curves are tough inside the total building is harmonious mathematically. The outside shines a peculiar pink in the morning glow. The inerasable beauty of the building is as much in the relaxing beats of the Adhan as in the elusive appeal of the mosque.
Your personal transport meets you at PalaisMasandoïas'foyer and you go back to the maritime city of Casablanca. The French built the “new medina” of Casablanca in the 1930s to merge French arrangement with Moroccan gracefulness. Moorish curves adorn buildings that mark small footpaths. The fairs are alive and colorful, forming their own peculiar style resembling the medina. The scent of baked snacks floats down the street, blending almonds and honey into delicious mixtures. The city has an intimate feel, sustaining a sincere link to Morocco’s deep roots.
DAY 9 : Casablanca to Casablanca airport– Leave for Home
Marché Central is filled with a French-
Included in Private Tour from Casablanca:
All Hotel Transfers.
Private Travel with local driver.
A night in hotels / riads / camp
Merzouga excursion with local guide
Breakfasts and dinners
Entry fees, tips.
Lunches, soft drinks.
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Taoufik77 / Riyadh, Scotland / Reviewed at January
“ We had an ace time, the highlight of our holiday. It is Well worth the money, we saw some amazing sights and enjoyed driving fast through the desert. Thank you”.
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