Morocco, a land of contrasts. Vibrant, seductive and exciting, a place where shadows merge with sunlight, where sky and sea meet at the horizon. Contrasting colours dissolve into flickering kaleidoscope of blue, copper, red, green, ochre, silver and gold. A land bursting with the colours of life. Morocco, a place where magical colours blend in an irresistible pageant of light and shade.
More so, this country provides some of the most rewarding human experiences to be found anywhere. The multi-ethnic character, the particular customs, traditions and rituals are giving a unique multi-cultural identity and making of Morocco the homeland of harmony and gentle co existence.
Arrival at Marrakech Airport, transfer to Riad.
Dinner at leisure .Overnight in the Riad Chorfa . (On BB)
2nd day: Marrakech
Sightseeing tour of exotic Marrakesh. Do the city’s architectural attractions: the delicate Granada-style carving of the Saadian Tombs, the magnificient Bahia Palace, the famous medersa Ben Youssef and above all, the Koutoubia Minaret, the most typical feature of Islamic architecture…at the end of the day, visit the famous square, Djemaa El Fna (A real stage for a long-established ritual in which shifting circles of onlookers gather round groups of acrobats, drummers, pipe musicians, dancers, storytellers, comedians and fairground acts ). Dinner at leisure and Overnight in Riad Chorfa
3 rd day: Marrakech-casablanca
Guided day Tour of Casablanca. The sightseeing includes the exterior of the Hassan II Mosque and the Cornish seaside. Continue on a short drive through the residential areas of Casablanca to the city center to visit the Mohamed V Square, the Habous quarter and to the Notre Dame de Lourdes Cathedral. Dinner & Overnight in the hotel Le Lido Thalasso & Spa
4th day: Casablanca-Rabat-Meknes-Volubilis-Fes
Today, very early departure to the capital city of Rabat. Visit the extraordinary Mausoleum complex of King Mohammed V.
We will leave Rabat, then we spend the rest of the day touring the second of our Royal cities, Meknes. Surrounded by the elaborate buildings of Moulay Ismail, the second of the Alouite monarchs, we will explore the grand and imperial, as well as the hidden, sides of Morocco’s seventeenth century capital. We introduce the Jewish story here with a visit to the Mellah (the old Jewish quarter), visiting the synagogue in the Mellah, the only synagogue still in use by the tiny remnant of a once large community. Sites include the Palace and Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, Bab el-Mansour, Place el Hdime, Stables Bab el Khemis
We leave Meknes and travel to the ancient capital of Fez, via the two dramatic cities of Morocco’s remarkable past. Volubilis and Moulay Idriss. Both challenge the fundamentals of modern Jewish life: in Volubilis the ancient Roman city of which only the ruins of this once great city remain with its ties to the very origins of the Jewish Diaspora; and in Moulay Idriss on the sacred territory of Moroccan Islam where we can only approach the perimeter of the holy city and not enter into its inner sanctums. We end our day coming into the city of Fez to continue our Moroccan and Jewish stories. Dinner & Overnight in the Menzeh zalagh
5th day: Fez
The ancient city of Fez was home to one of the great Jewish communities of the medieval world. It was here that Maimonides came fleeing the travails of Spain and Isaac Al-Fasi built the community as one of the earliest centres of rabbinic scholarship outside Babylon. It is here that we confront the contrasting meanings of the Mellah and Jewish – Muslim separation as we visit the Ibn Danan Synagogue as well as the ancient Medrasa of Fez, one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in the world. But Fez is about the souk as well and not only issues of the mind. We will be entranced by the colour as we go through ‘souk therapy‘ the ancient cousin of ‘retail therapy’ in the twists and turns of the ancient bazaar. Sites include Fez El Bali: Foundouk Yahudi; Fez el Jedid: Bouannia Medersa, the Mellah; home of Maimonides / Ibn Maimun; Jewish Cemetery; Ibn Danan Synagogue.
We will spend the afternoon discovering the city’s various quarters for tanneries, dyers, leather-work, brass, gold & silver etc… Diner & Overnight in the hotel Menzeh Zalagh
6th day: Fes-Beni Mellal
Departure after breakfast to Beni Mellal by visiting Ifrane (small Switzerland), the cedar forest with its monkeys of Azrou, sources Oum Rabii and lunch will be on the road. After continuing via Khénifra. arriving at Beni Mellal, Visit of sources and Ksar Ain Asserdoune with a panoramic view of the Agriculture and parachute city. Dinner and overnight at the hotel Ouzoud
7th day: Beni Mellal-Marrakech
After breakfast, we start to Marrakech the red city, passing over one of the great lakes of Morocco called Bin el Ouidane, the fabulous cascades of Ouzoud and lunch. in the afternoon we visit the cave of imi n’Ifri to Demnat, and the road to Marrakech. Arrival at Marrakech.Dinner at leisure and overnight in Riad Dar Chorfa.
8th day: Departure
Departure transfer to the Airport
Morocco Imperial Tour
03 Nights in Riad Chorfa Marrakesh on breakfast based on standard rooms
01 Night in Le Lido Casablanca on Half Board based on standard rooms
02 Nights in Menzeh Zalagh on Half Board based on standard rooms
01 Night in Ouzoud Hotel Beni Mellal on Half Board based on standard rooms
Mini van or Mini bus or 4WD, english/french speaking driver/guide for 2 days
City Tour with german speaking guide ( Marrakesh, Fez & Volubilis)
included Entrance fees
Guide in the whole trip
5 days Jeep with english speaking driver during the roundtrip from day 3 to day 7
Arrival & departure transfers
Tips, Extra services
Lunches & Drinks
3 dinner in Marrakesh
From D-15 to D-8
50% of the total proforma invoice amount
From D-7 to D-0
100% of the total proforma invoice amount
PS: When the clients arrive on Saturday, they will spend 02 nights in
Marakesh & they will have sightseeing on Sunday.
When they arrive on Sunday they will have sightseeing the next Saturda
* Accommodation: Depending on availability, either in a similar hotel