8 days 7 nights
On arrival at the airport, pick - up by our local representative and transfer to the hotel .
Welcome buffet dinner at the hotel :
Private buffet dinner at the hotel including a variety of barbecued
meats and international specialties with a menu which varies daily according to what is fresh in the market.
Overnight at Adam Park Marrakech Hotel or similar
Half day horse- drawn carriage ride visiting the gardens of Marrakech, beginning with Menara Gardens, where we see the small Saadian pavilion mirrored in still water with the Atlas Mountains and olive groves in the background.
This pavilion was used by sultans for romantic interludes .
Next ,we cross the Agdal Gardens and continue along the old city
ramparts, proceeding to the lush botanical Majorelle Gardens which are privately owned by Yves St Laurent estate. Here we stop for a stroll.
Lunch at leisure
A half day guided tour through the colorful souks of Marrakech. Divided into smaller souks according to the articles on sell, this grand labyrinth features hand- crafted Moroccan goods such as babouche sippers, wood works, brass works , bronze works , jewellery , kaftans, carpets, spices, pottery , and antiques .
EVENING AT JAD MAHAL show
Palais Jad Mahal | Luxury restaurant in Marrakech
Overnight at Adam Park or similar
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Beni Mellal through the fertile plains of Haouz .
Lunch at Beni Mellal in Moroccan Restaurant before taking the road through the middle atlas passing Khenifra, Azrou then Ifrane
(the famous ski resort and cedars). Arrival in Fez at the end of the day
EVENING AT Ryad Nejjarine
RYAD NEJJARINE is a top authentic and refined venue offering a unique gastronomic experience,
Overnight Hotel Royal Mirage or similar
After breakfast , Our experienced local guide will take you on a historic discovery of the city of Fez, the cultural capital of the country, starting at the King’s Palace and its Meshwar with ramparts and majestic gates.
UNESCO World Heritage Site, with it's vast labyrinth of winding , despite being car-free, the bustle, shouting, smell of tanned leather, delicate aroma of oriental perfumes, barbecues and sweet
pastry create a sense of vibrancy of the present city’ score that draws you deep into its soul. Then see the Quaraouiyine Mosque as well as the Nejjarine fountain, the best - known of the Medina’s mosaic fountains, located in the traditional carpenters’ district . The alley sarelined with places of study or prayers such as madrasahs or the magnificent mausoleum of Moulay Idriss Zaouia - the most important saint’s shrine in Morocco .
Enjoy your lunch in the Medina (Palais Menebhi )
The Mnebhi Palace Is one of the most beautiful and ancient monuments in the imperial and historic city of Fez. It used to belong to a Grand Vizir from the late XIXth century.
Continue through The rustic narrow streets of the Mellah, You will return to your hotel Royal Mirage or similar
After breakfast Drive to Meknes and visit one of the four Imperial cities of Morocco.
Founded in the 11th century by the Almoravids as a military settlement,
The ancient city walls are majestic and impressive, Bab El Mansour is a monumental gate built in the late 17th century, today it’s one of the most admired and famous landmarks of the city.
Lunch at restaurant Palais Terrab Meknes
We’ll continue towards Rabat through Khemisset .
Overnight at Rihab Hotel or similar
Visit of The political capital of Morocco : Rabat , like many other cities in the country has a rich history: Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Almohads , Merinids and Andalusian pirates succeeded each other in this region located at the edge of the histuary of BouRegreg. The capital of the Kingdom offers its visitors many strolls by the Atlantic Ocean. The many monumental buildings are all testimonials that says a lot about its authenticity ,
Rabat proudly flaunts its finery in the elite of the great imperial cities. Tourists will be dazzled by this magnificent landscape which is nothing but the huge waltz of the boats on the mouth of the river to get lost some times in the sea. Visit of the Royal Palace, the Mohamed V Mausoleum , the Kasbahs of Oudayas and Chellah. Drive to the city of Casablanca.
You will see the highlights of the largest city of Morocco and visit the water front, the Hassan II Mosque, the quaint quartier Habbous and the Place Mohamed the fifth Lunch In Rick’s Café .
Drive to Marrakech the pearl of Southern Morocco
Overnight at ADAM PARK or Similar.
A half-day guided museum tour begins inside the kasbah where we will visit Dar Si Said Museum of Moroccan Arts, a small 19th century palace which houses an interesting collection of old weapons
and furniture .We’ll also stop to visit the nearby Maison Tiskiwin ,
a charming little museum of art and popular traditions from
the southern areas of Morocco , displayed in the municipal theatre.
This museum is known for it s collection of Bert Flint costumes, musical instruments, carpets and artifacts .
Next we’ll look at the beautiful Ho use of Photo graphy which
offers visitors an impressive collection of old and previously unpublished pho to graphs of Morocco from 1870 to 1950 .
The Maison Tiskiwin is the rendez vous for lovers of culture and of the photo , Lunch at Leisure
will visit Museum of Marrakech is an art museum located in the old center of Marrakesh
The museum is housed in the Dar Menebhi Palace, constructed at
the end of the 19 century by Mehdi Menebhi, the grand Vizir of Moulay
Abdelaziz. The palace was carefully renovated by the Omar Benjelloun Foundation and converted into a museum in 1997.
Overnight at Adam park or Similar
After Breakfast transfer to the airport of Marrakech Menara.
The local representative will have prepared a boarding card and a police card