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10 Days From Tangier To Most Exciting Cities Of Northern And Southern in Morocco

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Our tours are available from all the cities of Morocco; Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat, Agadir, and Tanger, Ouarzazate, Merzouga, and Zagora, from & around all parts of the country. Our drivers/guides are ready to meet you greet, and pick you from the Port, Airport, Train Bus station or your Accommodation in Morocco. Camel Trekking Experience is offering you very relaxing, comfortable, and easy trips with 4wd car, van, or minibus.

If you have a longer vacation we recommend you choose a longer package to see the most beautiful Moroccan areas


Tangier, a Moroccan port on the Strait of Gibraltar, has been a strategic gateway between Africa and Europe since Phoenician times. Its whitewashed hillside medina is home to the Dar el Makhzen, a palace of the sultans that's now a museum of Moroccan artifacts. The American Legation Museum, also in the medina, documents early diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Morocco in an 1821 Moorish-style former consulate.


Day 1: Arrive To Tangier - Rabat

In our first day of ten days trip from Tangier, we pick you up from the airport and take you for a tour through the most attractive site of “the white city of strangers”. Nicknamed “the bride of the North” by the Moroccan people, Tangier’s bay opens to both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Many establishments with sunny terraces and fountains look over Tangier Bay and have been for centuries. Be seduced by a guesthouse in Tangier’s medina. The Kasbah, the city’s oldest historic site is sure to charm. And before rushing out to Rabat don’t miss to venture into the bar district that has earned Tangier its reputation as a nightlife capital. Go for a drink in one of the tapas bars or the typical English pubs.In the late evening of course we will take you to your hotel to spend your first scheduled night of the journey in peace.

Day 2: Rabat - Casablanca

Waking up early in the second dayof our trip, and after having a delicious breakfast, we will drive toward Rabat via the Marvel coastal road. Once we are there, the Hassan Tower, a minaret of an incomplete mosque, will be your starting point.South of the city centre, at the feet of the Almohad walls, discover the fabulous site of the Chellah necropolis: this peaceful place is the last resting place of the Marinid sovereigns.The city is located on the Atlantic Ocean coastline, at ABouRegregbayriver you can enjoy a long walk and get pretty pictures. Since Rabat is famous for its museums, visiting some is a worth taking adventure especially the archaeological museum. And since it gathers both of ultramodern and historical aspects, it is an opportunity to visit the picturesque cultural sites. Later on we drive toward Casablanca via the high way. In there you can go for a splendid tour through the most famous sites of this gigantic city. What attracts much each visitor to Casablanca is the huge and historical building of Hassan the second Mosque. NacknamedAllah’s throne, this Mosque is the biggest one in all Africa. The park of the League Arabe is without context the most beautiful walk the city has to offer. A great photo opportunity! The central path is lined with enormous palm trees.The old medina in the north western part of the city will be your starting point. It offers a great view over the rooftops of the old city and over the harbor. Stroll through its narrow streets to meet Casablanca’s artisans along their colorful shops and stalls if you want get some souvenirs. Later on you can admire the Tour de l’Horloge (clock tower) around the United Nations Square. After that we will take you to spend a peaceful night in your accommodation.

Day 3: Casablanca - Marrakech

In the morning of the third day, and after having your breakfast we rush out toward Marrakech via the high way.Marrakesh is a city that sums up all of Morocco's exotic North African charm. Once we are in Marrakech, we will let you to make a free tour by yourselves. In your free ballade, you can visit many sites in your choice. Strolling in the multiple souks, hanging out in JamaaLafna. And why not having lunch in one of the traditional restaurant in there. Tagine is well-recommended dish to the visitors. To make yor tour valuable a camel or pony ride will be a unique experience that deserves the lenses of your cameras to memorize your tour. After that you can walk through jamaalafna spectacles of “Al Halka” between stories teller, singers, dancers and even the gamblers are there. At night, you can go back to your hotel or Riad to have a warm shower and get some sleep.

Day 4: Visit Of Marrakech

Waking up early, in the fourth day of our journey, to have your breakfast and be ready for a guided tour in the magical city of Marrakech. In the reception of your hotel or riad, a local guide will be waiting for you to take you for a long ballade via the most beautiful sites of the red city. You will visit the Koutoubia Mosque built in 1162 and is one of the great achievements of Moroccan architecture. Full of cacti, palms and ferns, the Majorelle Garden is the work of painter Jacques Majorelle. Just let your camera’s lenses ready for getting spectacular images that you have never had before. Strolling in the several souks of Marrakech allows you to explore the fascinating town's traditional products such as the Babouche (shoe), carpenters, perfume and spice and leather. The sightseeing tour will also cover the Saadian tombs, the Bahia Palace and Dar Si Said Palace museum of jewellery without forgetting to visit the Menara, a surrounded pool by flowerbeds that function as an irrigation system for the surrounded fields. the narrow alleys around the Djemâa El-Fna Square where In the evening, you will be enchanted with snake charmers, singers, acrobats, dancers, narrators and story-tellers. After dinner we will get you back to the booked accommodations to spend your night in there.

Day 5: Marrakech - Tizi N'tichka - Boumalen Dades

The fifth day of our trip comes, and our journey continues by leaving the red city toward Boumalen Dades. Passing by the magical sceneries and panoramic views of the Atlas Mountains with its Berber villages on their feet, we cross the Tizi-n-Tichka pass.The road between the two sides is famous for its beauty and the contrasting landscapes it goes through. It will first take you to the Dades gorges along the road of a thousand kasbahs, in the heart of the valley of roses. Along the Dades, you’ll admire beautiful scenes of orchards, before reaching the mountainous Atlas foothills. Surely you will admire the beautiful scenes of orchards and discover unusual rocky outcrops the “monkey fingers”. You can also enjoy the freshness of the heaven of the valley’s heart and surprising landscapes inhabited by incredibly welcoming Berber people. Spending the night in the womb of the BoumalenDades valley is another story. The warmth hospitality of the local Berber people is unique and unexpected. Truly said, your night in there will be magical and full of beauty with all the senses of the word.

Day6: Boumalen Dades - Tinghir - Tinejdad - Erfoud - Merzouga

To wake up early in the sixth day is a must so as to enjoy the sunrise and touch the local people customs in the morning. After having your breakfast, of course, we drive toward the Moroccan desert where you can enjoy balmy weather during the day and cooler temperatures at night. Our next destination is Merzouga and nearby Erg Chebbi. Crossing the ochre desert offers travellers a colorful and luminous show. So don’t hesitate to unleash the lenses of your cameras to memorize the unique moments in the womb of the monumental dunes move and change shape at the whim of the wind. Once we are in Merzouga, camels will be wating for you for a riding the Bivouac of erg Chebbi. In there, Berber Peole will enthusiastically initiate you to all the facets of their culture and cuisine. You can experience a night under the stars in the desert and lose yourself in the show of the celestial vault.

Day 7: Merzouga - Rissani - Errachidia - Midlte - Ifran - Fes

In the morning of the Seventh day, you will get up early to enjoy the sunrise over the desert dunes. After having a delicious Saharean breakfast, you will be guided back on camel back to your accommodations in Merzouga either to have a warm shower or change your clothes and be ready to drive to the north and exactly to the most imperial city of morocco; Fes. Passing by the Tafilalet palm grove, the biggest in the world, we cross the Ziz valley, a river comes down from the high Atlas and feeds the palm grove.To enjoy the siteof the panoramic viewsof the valleywe will have a short stop. Your camera’s lenses are,surely, always ready to take spectacular picture. Arriving to the heart of the Atlas Mountains; Midelt, you can have delicious dishes for lunch colored by the Berber touch style and get some rest. In the afternoon, we carry on our trip through the Cedar Woods.Then head towards Fez through snow-capped mountains and rich vegetation to diversify. Once we are there, we will take you to your booked accommodations to have a warm shower and get some sleep for the night.

Day 8: Visit Of Fes

In the morning of the eighth day and after having your breakfast, a well-experienced guide will pick you up from your Hotel for a guided tour through the "the oldest living imperial city in the world”. Its medina is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and as one of the world's largest urban car-free areas; it is certainly worth every minute exploring. So the old medina souks will be your starting point to navigate in its narrow street. You can spend a half day learning about the history and culture as you navigate the winding narrow streets of the medinas. You can also visit many historical monuments such as the 9th century Karouine Mosque and University, the BouâInaniaMedersa. And also the tomb of the city founder "MoulayIdriss II" is worth passing by. “the famous Dar el-Magana”, deserves the shots of your cameras lenses and a moment of meditation. After having lunch in one of the traditional restaurant in the old Medina, why not setting on a carpet and having some delicious dishes on your choice. Don’t miss the visit of the Chouara Tannery (11th century) and find a nearby leather shop for an encompassing view of the many round stone wells filled with dye and people at work. Immerse yourself in the Jewish quarter and the Chouara Tanneries as well as the Najarine Fountain, the Old Harem and the Batha Museum. Later on, the guide will lead you back to your hotel for spending the night after enjoying the sunset on the ramparts of the old Medina.

Day 9: Fes - Meknes and Volubilis - Chefchaouen

Tomorrow is another day. The sun of the ninth day rises and brings warmth to the atmosphere around. Just be ready to continue the journey toward the Ismaelian city; Meknas. A smaller version of Fes, Meknes offers a calmer medina and shopkeepers are not as pushy to make a sale. Later on we take a short detour to explore the impressive Roman ruins at Volubilis.The fact that this deserted city shares its name with a pretty blue flower is no coincidence. Founded in the 3rd century BCE it was abandoned in the 11th century and remains incredibly well-preserved. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a sprawling complex worth wandering. Walking through the walls of the Roman ruins take you back to the Stone Age and deserves the shot of your camera’s lenses. Marvel at the merchant homes and their visible heating systems underneath, the temples, and the nearly intact colorful mosaics in situ, including the Labors of Hercules. The relics left behind unveil all of the mysteries of the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean before the eyes of travellers. Later on we head toward Chafchaouen. Known for its charming palette of blue and white buildings, the “blue Pearl” makes you embrace the culinary art of this region and stroll around its dazzling alleyways.It’s nicknamedthe blue city for its blue colored traditional buildingsin the Rif Mountains.Strolling around the small shops allow you to get some beautiful souvenirs specifically made from the town such as wool garments, wool winter djellaba as well as woven rugs, blankets and other products. In the evening and after having dinner, we will take you to your hotel to spend the night in there.

Day 10: Chefchaouen - Tangier - Airport

Our journey comes to its end in the tenth day. It’s time to take you to the airport for the formalities of your departure flight back to your home country.

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What is Include


Transport in comfortable A/C vehicle
Professional driver / guide speaking Your language
Accommodation in Hotels / riads
Dinners and breakfasts

Not Include:

Lunches and drinks
Plane tickets to and from Morocco
Travel insurance
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