7 Days in Morocco

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Introducing a new way to travel that doesn’t break the bank. Our same immersive experiences, but local style. Expect hand-picked activities, traditional accommodations, local transport, and simple yet delicious meals. And even better, only $100 deposits (with monthly payment plans) - traveling is now in your future

Today we are exploring Morocco. .

Day 1: Arrive Casablanca Airport, overnight Rabat
Day 2: Transfer to Fes, visiting Meknes and Voulbis, overnight Fes
Day 3: Full Day in Fes, Overnight Fes
Day 4: Day Trip to Chefchouen (the Blue City)
Day 5: Transfer to Marrakesh
Day 6: Full Day Marrakesh
Day 7: Depart Marrakesh Airport

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You will arrive in the beautiful city of Casablanca with it’s many historical and famous sites. The tour be in Casablanca long. I would recommend coming a day or two early so you will have time to explore some of the amazing sites. One of the best ways to start your day of independent tour is with the Cathedrale du Sacre Coeur. Then shop till drop at the Marche Central. Then head over to the Hassan II Mosque. Completed in 1993, the 210 meters (689 feet) mosque rises above the Atlantic Ocean which you can also see through the glass floor inside the magnificent building. This is the number one tourist site in Casablanca.

On the evening of arrival you will be headed to Rabat the Capital city of Morocco. It has impressive modern architecture. After your nigh in Rabat you will be on your way to Fes.

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Roman civilization and later berber cultures make their presence known through the ruins of their great arched edifices in Volubilis. Here the site includes the tubs of Gallienus and tubs of Forum with their fragmentary mosaics, the Mansion engraved with a mosaic of the Labours of Hercules, the Venus’s parade whose mosaics we may only see from the outside. From Voiubilis you will travel to Mekenes. The site includes the tubs of Gallienus and tubs of Forum with their fragmentary mosaics, the Mansion engraved with a mosaic of the Labours of Hercules, the Venus’s parade whose mosaics we may only see from the outside After this day of sensory overload you will travel to Fes where you will spend the night and the next day you will explore this gorgeous city.

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Souk in Fes

home to the oldest medina in North Africa

With the oldest and largest Medina (old town) in North Africa, Fez is the cultural and handicraft center of Morocco. This is the area most famous for purchase of rugs, carpets and handcrafts of all types. The tanneries are an amazing site with what seems like ends vats of color for tanning products.

From Fes you will travel to Chefchaouen.

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The blue city is much more laid back and a great mid trip respite. Instead of vendors inviting you to their shops, you’ll find quiet men waiting for you to ask them about a price. Streets are be filled with locals enjoying their days and echoing laughter from the children playing ball. You can definitely try to get lost and observe local life and many kittens in Chefchaouen.

Once you have recharged your batteries in Chefchaouen you will head to most well known city in Morocco Marrakesh.

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Marrakesh will be your last full day in Morocco and what a way to wrap up your tour. The architecture, culture, art, souks it is all worth seeing and you will leave wishing you had more time.

That can be arranged for you if you desire to have a little extra time.

Right now this amazing trip is only $900. This is for a double occupancy. If this is for you contact me right away as it will fill up fast at this price. If you would like more information on this tour contact me via the button below. I will have quick 20-30 minute conversation with you to explore you travel adventure.