: 1N Casablanca - 1N Chefchaouen - 2N Fes - 3N Marrakesh
Day 01: Casablanca.
Arrival at Mohamed V airport Welcome by our Staff, upon arrival, Short visit of the economical capital of Casablanca: visit the Anfa area, cornice famous by its restaurant, café . Visit the outside of the fabulous Hassan II giant mosque; one of the largest of world, the outside designed by the French architect Michel Pinseau. It is situated on a promontory looking out to the Atlantic, which can be seen through a gigantic glass floor with room for 25,000 worshippers. Its minaret is the world's tallest at 210 meters. It is an enormous architectural masterpiece and the second largest religious building in the world. On Fridays, the Mosque of Hassan II is open to non-Muslims. The Mosque of Hassan II’s promontory offers lovely views overlooking Casa in the residential then short stop in front of Rick’s Cafe. Check in diner and accommodation at the hotel.
Day 02: Casablanca - Rabat - Chefchaouen
After breakfast, meet with your guide and Then drive along the Atlantic Coast to Rabat, Rabat has a population 2 million, is a main universitytown and the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco .Learn Rabat’s history and enjoy its beautiful domes, minarets, wide avenues and green spaces. Your guide will escort you to visit the ROYAL PALACE, then the Hassan tower, which stands on the hill overlooking the WadiBouRegreg. It is a gigantic mosque, emblematic of Rabat and famous for its unfinished minaret where storks nest. Next door, visit the beautiful Mausoleum of Mohammed V decorated with stained glass windows, white marble and a wrought-iron entryway with a stairway leading to an impressive dome. Also on the list is Ville Nouvelle.Lunch at Marinarestaurant in Rabat,and contunuation to ChefchaouenCheck in, Diner and accommodation in your hotel
Day 3: Chefchaouen - Fes
After breakfast, short city tour of the very bleu town of Chefchaouen one of the prettiest towns in Morocco, an artsy, blue-washed mountain village that feels like its own world .Visit and a walk around the town with its whitewashed walls originally decorated in this style by Jewish immigrant. The Medina is the focal point of interest for most visitors to Chefchaouen. The waterfall (Ras el Maa) to the east of the medina is a meeting point for local residents who come to cool off, chat and do their laundry (including carpets on sunny Sundays). Lunch after visit, departure to Fes. Diner and accommodation in your hotel.
Day 4: Fes
After breakfast, the whole day will be devoted to the sightseeing of Fes, the most ancient of the Imperial cities founded in the 8th century by MoulayIdriss II. Visit the following sites on a route that takes you through the medina starting with the old Jewish Quarter .The 14th Century Palace Gates of the King – The Royal Palace in Fes is one of the oldest and largest in Morocco. Then visit of the medieval Medina with its BouannaniaMederasa the Nejjarine fountain, the MoulayIdriss mausoleum, and the Karaouine MosqueLunch atkarawan restaurant. Afternoon panoramic visit of new Fes, Dinner at and overnight at the hotel.
Day 5: Fes - Ifrane - Marrakech
Take the road to Marrakech. On the route stop to see the view of IfraneUniversity and go for a short walkaround the garden. Ifraneisnicknamed “LittleSwitzerland” of Morocco for its architecture, cedarforest and winter ski resortoptions.ThisMoroccantown has a remarkableEuropean style, as if itwere an Alpine village. Enjoy coffee, tea and pastries in Ifraneat an outdoorcafe.afterIfraneEnjoya traditionalBerber lunch in Beni Mellal. Locatedat the foot of the Middle Atlas Moutains, Beni Mellal is on the edge of the great Tadla Plain wherecereals are cultivated. The town has an interestinghistory of alsobeingcalled Day and KasbaBelkouche and wasinhabited by the Berbers and Jews before the arrival of Islam. In the 13th century Beni Mellal stood on the border between the kingdoms of Fes and Marrakech, whichwere the objects of dispute between the Merinid and Almohad dynasties. In 1680 Moulay Idriss built a kasbah in Beni Mellal, thendeparture to Marrakech Dinner at and overnight at the hotel.
Day 6: Marrakech Guided City Tours
After breakfast, departure for a guided city tour, Explore the intriguing history of Majorelle Garden, learning about its French-influenced architecture and connection to iconic designer Yves Saint Laurenty thenthe KoutoubiaMenaret the largest mosque in Marrakech. It is famed especially for its magnificent minaret of the oldest of the three great Almohad Minarets remaining in the world, visit the Bahia Palace a beautiful building and an excellent example of Eastern Architecture from the 19th century that represents trends and standards of the wealthy that lived at that time. After visit walking to the The Jewish Mellah Founded in 1558 by MoulayAbdallah, the Mellah district was designated as the Jewish quarter in Marrakech. Then Continue to the Djemaa El-Fna Square, Unesco declared the Djemaa el-Fna a ‘Masterpiece of World Heritage’ in 2001 also a square and market place in Marrakesh’s medina quarter. By day it is largely filled fortune tellers, storytellers, snake charmers and all kind of entertainer,It is also known for its perpetual colorful and grandiose bustle. The RahbaKedima is a colorful market filled with a wide array of spices from Cumin, Cinnamon, Saffron, Dried Pepper and more.lunch.After lunch free afternoon, diner&Accommodation at the hotel.
Day 7: Marrakech - Essaouira (Excursion)
Breakfast &Excursion to Essaouira 175 Km from Marrakech, this magical fortified coastal town is in total contrast to Marrakech and offers many photographic opportunities, En the route to Essaouira stop at an Argan Cooperative to see how women make Argan Oil, Nut. Butter and cometics from the Argan nut, FishLunch , and free time to discover this former Portuguese fishing village offers up only a few roadside towns and the occasional Berber village. In the ’60s and ’70s,”. Visit this sea-side medieval town that boasts lovely white-washed and blue-shuttered houses, colonnades, thuya wood workshops, art galleries and Mouth watering seafood.
Once called Mogador by European sailors and traders, the medina of Essaouira (formerly "Mogador") is a UNESCO World Heritage listed city, as an example of a late-18th century fortified town.
Diner & Accommodation at the hotel.
Day 08: Marrakech - Casablanca Mohamed V Airport
Breakfast; proceed to airport for your flight back to your destination.