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Tangier – Chefchaouen – Erg Chebbi and Marrakech

8 Days
3 Star Hotel, 4 Star Hotel, Camping
This is an 8 days trip to Tangier, Chefchaouen, Erg Chebbi and Marrakech We start our journey through the spectacular mountains of the Rif to Tetoun and along incredibly dramatic landscapes, and then get to Chefchaouen and exploring the oldest city of Morocco, Fes. You will travel through the fascinating pass Tiz Ntalghamt and the Ziz Gorge and before spending a night in the desert Birthday Berber and experiencing the Camel Ride in the desert. After visiting Dades Valley, Rose Valley, Ouarzazate, Ait Ben Haddou, Mountain High Atlas head to Marrakech to explore Marrakech “the red city of Morocco.
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15 Days Morocco Tour

15 Days
Small Group
3 Star Hotel

Morocco Grand Tours 15 Days start and end at Casablanca. we suggest this itinerary for the travelers who want to visit Morocco without a lot of hours driving and to take more time to visit each part of the itinerary. this program starts from Casablanca going through Rabat, Asilah, Tangier, Chefchaouen, Volubilis, Meknes, Fez, Midelt, Merzouga Sahara Desert, Boumalen Dades, Todra Gorges, Ouarzazate, Marrakech, Essaouira, and back to Casablanca.

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10 Days
Group, Private, Small Group
3 Star Hotel, 4 Star Hotel, Camping
As the four historical capital cities of Morocco, Fes, Marrakech, Meknes, and Rabat are referred to as the country’s Imperial Cities. Each of these magnificent cities has its own special charm and all are well worth exploring.
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The Best of Morocco

10 Days
3 Star Hotel, 4 Star Hotel
This is a trip for travel lovers to experience the best of Morocco in 10 days. Cross the High Atlas via the Tizi Tichka pass, and visit the Valley of Roses, the village of Kelaa, and the Dades valley. Take a walking tour in the palm grove of the Todra valley, before taking the road to Erfoud via Tinejdad and several Berber villages. Visit Merzouga, Erfoud, Errachidia, Azrou, Ifran, and Fes. Cross the Rif Mountains to the beautiful Berber town of Chefchaouen, and explore Rabat, the capital of Morocco, and the king's residence. Spend a day in Casablanca, and enjoy a city tour in Marrakech on your last day.
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The Best of Morocco from Marrakech

13 Days
3 Star Hotel, 4 Star Hotel, 5 Star Hotel, Camping
This is an ideal two-week adventure to discover the best of Morocco. From the sights and sounds of Marrakech, the ancient Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, and the vast Sahara Desert, to the history of Fes, Rabat, and Meknes, there’s plenty to amaze. Plus top off your trip with a relaxing few days by the coast in breezy Essaouira.
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Things To Do in Meknes

Place Hedim
Place Hedim is the main square in Meknes encircled by old historical buildings and narrow alleys ended in the bustling markets. The rush hour is in the evening when food stalls and snack vendors selling mouthwatering food, along with music and carnival-like competitions and games making a lively time for locals and tourists.


Tour the City’s Landmarks and Historical Highlights
Meknes is rich in historical and architectural spots such as Borj Belkari Tower and Heri es-Souani that was once a royal granary. Borj Belkari Tower served as a lookout tower placed within the city’s defensive walls. Meknes also has some grand mosques and sacred spots, including the Grand Mosque. Like almost every other mosque in Morocco, non-Muslim travelers aren’t allowed to enter Meknes’s mosques. Bou Inania Madrasa is another magnificent architectural building that initially served as an Islamic school. The Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the final home of Moulay Ismail, one of the nation’s most influential leaders and the founder of Meknes, is also the city’s major attraction attracting many tourists worldwide to its significance. Non-Muslim tourists can look inside; however, it’s forbidden to go close to the tomb.


Admire the Beautiful Monumental Gates
You can find the heart of the Meknes old city within the imposing walls of the medina. You can enter the ancient fortified town through multiple impressive gates. Bab Mansour is known as one of the most stunning gates in entire Morocco and one of the world’s finest entrances with intricate wood carvings, splendid columns, and gorgeous tile work. Another well-preserved striking arched gate is Bab el-Khemis that lies between two towers.


The Old Prison
The Sultan Moulay Ismail once held prisoners in Habs Qara prison far away from the public eyes. It’s a vast gloomy underground chamber with narrow passages and low archways and ceilings. Political prisoners, slaves, and war prisoners were the Habs Qara unfortunates detained.


Explore the City by Calleche
Do you remember Walt Disney’s cute carriages pulling by horses? Meknes makes your dream come true with a relaxing ride in a calleche. Take a seat in a calleche and see the city from a different perspective while horses are pulling carriages through the streets and areas that large vehicles cannot access.


Shop for Bargains in the Souks
Don’t expect to find hectic and extensive souks in Meknes as those in Marrakech and Fes. You’ll find local souvenirs, skillfully woven carpets, traditional clothing and footwear, decorative lamps and shisha pipes, jewelry, and musical instruments at traditional shops at a reasonable price; however, remember that haggling is a necessary norm here.


Meknes Local Museum
Meknes also has something for history enthusiasts. Take a stroll around the city and find several fascinating museums to explore the past and the present of Meknes, learn more about the people who named the city home over the years, and the daily life in Meknes today. Dar Jamai is among the top-rated museums in the city in an ancient opulent palace showcasing a massive collection of ancient artifacts, artworks, jewelry, and historical copies of the Islamic holy texts. You’ll also find agricultural tools, metal items, pottery, rugs, textiles, and an ornate suit of armor in the Meknes Museum.


Take a Memorable Day Trip to Volubilis
Volubilis is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Morocco, located 30 km outside the city. You’ll find statues, extensive foundations, and numerous dividing walls, mosaics, an ancient bathhouse, stone carvings, and a section of an aqueduct, and more in this old Berber and Roman site.


Enjoy the Nightlife
Morocco is an Islamic country where drinking is almost uncommon among locals; however, you’ll find few bars in major cities. When it comes to nightlife, everything changes for Meknes; it welcomes tourists and international clientele with many bars. Merriment, music, and dancing at the two-level Le Pub, fresco drink at the Hotel Zaki, and the cheap and cheerful bar of Hotel Rif are only some exciting places to spend a night out in Meknes.

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