The real action begins in the evening. Guests are welcome to explore Casablanca as long as they return in time for start of the tour. While in Casablanca you can make a stop at the Hassan mosque, on any day except Friday, at 9am, 10am, 11am, and 2pm. These times may change during Ramadhan.
Each day has enough activity planned to keep guests from getting bored. During the welcome meeting, members of the group will be introduced to each other and they will have an opportunity to go over the coming days itinerary. The group will be booked into a Moroccan style hotel with good food, comfortable accommodations and a convenient location; near shops, bars, and restaurants.
The highlight of Day 2 is a traditional Moroccan lunch, followed by a road tour of Volubilis. Volubilis is a site where ruins of ancient Roman buildings and art still stand. The route to Volubilis goes through several rolling hills. The site has been preserved better than any other in North Africa, and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After Volubilis, the tour continues to Fes, which is an interesting town in Morocco. Enjoy a traditional steam bath and massage here, learn more about the interesting people and places, and indulge in a traditional Moroccan lunch. Prepare for the bath by carrying some soap, shampoo, shower slippers, and a bathing soap.
Hidden in the numerous tiny streets of Fes is an interesting mix of craftsmen. Bakers, butchers, tanners, and carpenters shops line the streets. Tired travelers can refresh themselves with a cup of mint tea. It is a good place to buy leather goods.
Day three features a drive into the Sahara Desert and a night spent at a safari camp in the desert. The journey begins early in the morning with a drive through the Atlas Mountains, finally arriving at the edge of Sahara Desert. By afternoon, guests will be exploring the desert dunes a top a camel.
A turban tied around the head makes for nicer photos and less sun glare. Evenings will be spent having tea and dinner under the desert sky with Moroccan drum music as a backdrop. Some story telling by the fireside, as well.
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On day five, a walking excursion into the village farms and Todre Gorge. Enjoy the sunrise and then board a camelback to Merzouga. The Gorge is nestled in between two high cliffs and in it is an oasis with many palm trees and a river. Visitors enjoy hiking and eating traditional Berber food.
One more UNESCO world heritage site is here, the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah has preserved many of its original walls. Some people still live here, even though many have moved to villages nearby. Here, visitors can spend an afternoon immersing themselves into Moroccan cuisine by taking a cooking class. Have lunch at Quazarzate, where you will find the Atlas Film Studios. At these studios, films like the Gladiator were shot.
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On day seven, guests make their way to Marrakech and the Medina. Along the way, the beautiful scenery of the Atlas mountains makes the journey worthwhile.
At Djemaa El Fna Square, visitors can listen to the music of the street performers and eat food from the well-known stalls. Save some time and money for a shopping trip in Medina’s bazaars. It is well worth it.