Book your 6 Days from Casablanca to Casablanca via Desert and Marrakech
Day 1: Scarred Fez
We kick of our 6 Days from Casablanca to Casablanca via Desert and Marrakech. Pick up and transfer to Fez the cultural capital of Morocco.
Day 2: Visit of the Medina of Fez and Monuments
We continue our 6 Days from Casablanca to Casablanca via Desert and Marrakech tour. One day discovering the city of Fez, cultural capital and the oldest of the imperial cities of the country, which was for centuries the cultural and religious center of western Islamic world and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Yourlabyrinthine alleys structured by guilds of potters, dyers … and bustle of the people will transport you back centuries, it is a medieval city that lasts over time, 1200 years after its foundation the monuments that can be visited: Medersas (Koranic schools):Chahrij, Bouinania Attarin.Souks, Fes El-Jedid, Karaouine Mosque, lunch in a typical restaurant in the Medina and free afternoon. Overnight at Hotel or Riad.
Day 3: Fez – Merzouga Dunes:
Day 4: Merzouga Ouarzazate:
Day 5: Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah Marrakech:
Day 6: Marrakech-Casablanca:
This concludes our 6 Days from Casablanca to Casablanca via Desert and Marrakech
What’s included in this 10 Days from Fez to Merzouga via Marrakech
– Tour in 4×4 vehicle/Minibus with A/C
– Hotel/riad overnight stays (breakfast & dinner included)
– Camel Trekking & Night in Desert
– Camel Per person
– Turban each for the Camel trip in Desert
– Sandboarding in The Dunes
Not included :
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