Arrival at Mohamed V Casablanca airport, you will be welcomed & assisted by our staff then transfer hotel. Afternoon sightseeing of the economic capital of Morocco, visit of Mohammed V square, Royal palace and Habous district, the residential area of Anfa , the United Nations Square, visit Hassan II mosque ( outside ) largest Mosque in Africa, decorated with beautiful tiling of the uptmost Craftsmanship then Ain Diab Corniche Dinner & overnight at hotel
Day 2: Casablanca-Rabat-Asilah-Chefchaouen 478 Km
After breakfast, departure to the second imperial city Rabat, the administrative capital of the Kingdom of Morocco. Sightseeing tour with a visit to the Mohamed V Mausoleum, the Hassan Tower, Ouadayas garden, the Mechouer, ramparts and walls surrounding the Royal palace. Continuation to Asilah features deserted, quiet beaches and a relaxing atmosphere. The town has Mediterranean-influenced buildings, including whitewashed houses with blue accents on walls and doors. The array of houses decorated with paintings highlights the island's reputation as an artists' hangout. Departure to Chefchaouen. Dinner and overnight at hotel
Visit of Chefchaoun, a small charming city was conquered in 1920 by the Spaniards. The clean and fresh air invites you to spend some time to discover the beauty of the place. Start the tour with the kasbah museum in the medina belongs to the early 18th century, and was built by the legendary ruler Moulay Ismail. It is fairly simple without architectural surprises however it is surrounded by gardens on the interior and exterior. You will have the opportunity to take pictures of a panoramic view of the Hispanic flavored town lined with blue and white washed houses, tiny balconies, tiled roofs and patios embellished with citrus trees. Dinner & overnight at hotel.
Day 4: Chefchaoun-Meknes-Fes 200 Km 268 Km
Departure to Meknes, the capital city under the reign of Moulay Ismail (1672-1727). This city is famous for its 40 km long city walls that preserve the most beautiful gate of Morocco, Bab Al Mansour. Your next stop, Volubilis, is the most impressive Roman ruins in Morocco, and one of the former Empire’s most remote outposts, as the tough legionnaires were held back from further expansion by the Berber Tribes. Departure to Fes. • Dinner & overnight at hotel
Day 5: Fes Full day sightseeing of the city.
Fez is home of the oldest and largest medieval city in the world. Visit Medina of Fez is not only referred to as Morocco's cultural and spiritual center, but it is also one of the country's imperial cities. Today UNESCO has designated the entire Medina of Fez as a world monument with its car-free urban area. See the colorful leather-dying pits and the old madrasa Attarine – a breath-taking 14th century religious college. Enjoy great city views from one of the surrounding hills with their fortresses – Borj Sud and Borj Nord.
Day 6: Fes-Marrakech 558 Km
After breakfast, departure to Marrakech passing by the berber village of Immouzer Kandar and Ifrane and arrive to Beni Mellal. It sits in the foot of Mount Tassemit and is one of the agricultural centers of Morocco. Continuation to Marrakech, arrive to late afternoon. Dinner and overnight at hotel
The entire day will be devoted to the visit of Marrakech, the second oldest Imperial city, known as the Pearl of the South. The city was founded by the Almoravides at the end of the 11th century. The historical sightseeing includes the Bahia palace, Saadians tombs and the Koutoubia Mosque. Afternoon, visit of the souks and handicraft quarters, displaying a variety of items and the famous place Djemaa El Fna with its nonstop entertainment. Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Day 8: Marrakech departure day
Departure transfer to Marrakech airport.