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05 days - 04 nights


Net rates valid at October 2019 -
Hotels 4 stars. )


    20-24 Pax    25-29 Pax    30-34 Pax   35-39 Pax     40-45 Pax
       554 €           521 €             509 €            506 €              506 €


2 NIGHTS FES Tangier harbor-Fes Hotel

1 NIGHT RABAT Fes-Volubilis-Meknes-Rabat-Hotel

1 NIGHT MARRAKECH Rabat htl-Casablanca-Marrakech-Hotel-Airport


Half day Fes tour including entrance fee to The Al-Attarine Madrasa
Half day Volubilis tour
Half day Meknes tour
Half day Rabat tour
Half day Casablanca tour including entrance fee to The Hassan II Mosque
Half day Marrakech tour

Meals : 4 lunches and 1 dinner with show at Marrakesh
*travellers will have 2 bottles of water per day.

Price does not include:
• Regional tourist tax.
• Any other service not mentioned on the programme/itinerary described.


DAY 1 : Tangier – Chefchaouen – Fes
arrival at Tangier harbor.
english speaking assistance upon arrival at harbor.
private transfer from Tangier harbor to hotel in Fes via Chefchaouen and Ouezzane (around 4 hours).
Chefchaouen is the Morocco’s blue city, a truly beautiful town with appropriately blue walls and majestic
mountains overlooking the characterful town.
arrival at hotel in Fes.
overnight in Fes.

DAY 2 : Fes
breakfast at the hotel.
half day tour in Fes.
Fes is the second largest city of Morocco, with a population of approximately 1 million. the city has two old medinas,
the larger of which is Fes el Bali. Fes is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is believed to be one of the world's
largest car-free urban areas. it is famous for being home to the world's oldest university, the Qarawiyyin University. moreover,
it has an ancient city wall, which many compare to the walled city of Jerusalem. Fes is the cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco
and you'll certainly experience its vibrancy.
highlights: The Al-Attarine Madrasa (entrance fee included), Medina Fes El Bali, The Attarine Souk, The Nejjarine Fountain,
The Quarqouyne mosque, Medina Fes El Jedid and The Royal Palace.
overnight in Fes.

DAY 3 : Fes – Volubilis – Meknes – Rabat
breakfast at the hotel & check out.
private transfer from Fes to Volubilis (around 1h30).
half day tour in Volubilis.
Volubilis is one of Morocco’s best-preserved Roman ruins located between the Imperial Cities of Fez and Meknes
on a fertile plain surrounded by wheat fields. Established before the Christian Era, at a time when the area was part of Mauretania,
Volubilis was considered the administrative centre of the kingdom of Mauretania and also one of the most remote cities within the Roman Empire,
located in the far southwestern region.
highlights: The ruins of Volubilis.
private transfer from Volubilis to Meknes (around 1 hour).
half day tour in Meknes.
Meknes is the most modest of the four Imperial Cities of Morocco, something that makes it a different place, much calmer and more relaxed than Fez,
Marrakech or Rabat. the first inhabitants of Meknes were the Meknasíes, a Berber tribe that gave name to the city. they settled
in the 10th century and gradually expanded the medina.
in the seventeenth century Mulay Ismail established the capital of Morocco in Meknes, creating the walls and its magnificent doors. its death,
in 1727, caused that the city began its decadence until losing the title of capital shortly after. the arrival of the French in the 20th
century made Meknes to recover economically.
highlights: The Bab Lakhmis Gate and Bab El Mansour, El Hedim Square, Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail.
private transfer from Meknes to Rabat (around 2 hours).
half day tour in Rabat.
political capital, main administrative center of Morocco and fourth imperial city. This city is a curious mixture of the
historical tradition of the past and modernity established in the present. It was founded by Abd al-Mumin in the 12th century,
and used the Kasbah ("Fortress") as a base to fight against the Spanish. It was during this period when they built their most emblematic buildings,
such as the Hassan Tower and the Kasbah des Oudaias. This city became the bastion for the Muslims expelled from Spain in the early seventeenth century.
highlights: The Tower Hassan,
Mausoleum Mohamed V, The Kasbah of the Udayas, The Royal Palace.
overnight in Rabat.


DAY 4 : Rabat – Casablanca - Marrakech
breakfast at the hotel & check out.
private transfer from Rabat to Casablanca(around 1 hour).
half day tour in Casablanca.
Casablanca, translated as “white house”, is the largest city of Morocco and one of the largest and most important cities in Africa,
both economically and demographically. the port of Casablanca is one of the largest artificial ports in the world, and the largest port of North Africa.
it is also the primary naval base for the royal Moroccan navy.
the area which today is Casablanca, was founded and settled first by Berbers. it was used as a port by the Phoenicians and later by the Romans.
highlights: Boulevard Mohammed V, The Hassan II Mosque (entrance fee included) , La Corniche, United Nations Square, the Anfa neighbourhood.
private transfer from Casablanca to Marrakech(around 2h40).
half day tour in Marrakech .
Marrakech is a major city in the northwest of Morocco. it lies near the foothills of Atlas Mountain and is located only a few hours from the Sahara desert.
like many Moroccan cities, Marrakech comprises an old fortified city, packed with vendors and their stalls (the medina),
bordered by modern neighbourhoods, the most prominent of which is Guéliz. today, it is one of the busiest cities in Africa and serves as a major
economic centre and tourist destination. Marrakesh is a city full of life and enthusiasm as its omnipresent dynamism shows. you will be charmed by its finds,
encounters, strolls and picturesque souvenirs.
highlights: The Saadian Tombs, The Minaret De Le Koutoubia, Jemaa el Fna Square, Marrakech Souks.
Belly Dance Show at « Chez Ali ».
overnight in Marrakech.

DAY 5 : Marrakech
breakfast at the hotel & check out.
private transfer from hotel to Marrakech airport.

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