Our 15 Days Tour From Casablanca
15 Days Tour From Casablanca. Casablanca has a population of six million and is the largest city in Morocco. Casablanca, it considered the economic capital because it is the heart of Moroccan business. The city of Casablanca is the main industrial facilities for leading Moroccan and international companies based in Morocco. Industrial statistics show Casablanca retains its historic position as the main industrial zone of the country. The area which is today Casablanca was settled by Berbers by at least the 7th century. A small independent kingdom, in the area then named Afna, arose in the area around that time in response to Arab Muslim rule, and continued until it was conquered by the Almoravids in 1068. Casablanca has undergone many influences, Roman, Phonecian, Arabs, and Berbers along with Eurpean and American. As a tourist you can enjoy Casa's bustling new town or its old medina. The Corniche Today Casablanca is modern, liberal, lively and colorful. The city began to expand as soon as the dawn of the twentieth century. Casabanca has become an attractive city where people from varied backgrounds inter mix surrounded by a wide ranxge of architectural styles.
Day 1 : Airport - Casablanca
On your arrival at Casablanca Airport, will be the fisrt day of your 15 Days Tour From Casablanca. you will be met by our representative and transfer you to your hotel. This is simply an arrival day, you may arrive at any time.
Day 2 : Casablanca-Rabat-Meknes
Your 15 Days Tour From Casablanca starts for exploring casablanca. In Casablanca city you will see the impressive Mosque of Hassan II, opened in 1993, and second only in size to the great mosque at Mecca. It can accommodate 25,000 worshippers and is one of the only religious sites open to non-Muslims. Later you will leave casablanca and drive to Rabat, the elegant capital of Morocco and our first Imperial city. It contains numerous fine Moroccan monuments, some dating to the Almohad and Merenid dynasties and others that are far older. The earliest known settlement is Sala, occupying an area now know as the Chellah, where we visit the remains of the citadel. We also see the vast minaret of the Hassan Mosque and explore the lovely walled quarter known as the Kasbah des Oudaias. In the late afternoon we continue our tour to Meknes.
Day 3 : Meknes-Volubilis-Fes
Volubilis was once a provincial Roman capital. Today we will continue our 15 days tour to Roman site, it is the most impressive Roman site in Morocco and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. We explore the many public buildings and at the House of Orpheus we see several fine mosaic floors intact. Back in Meknes we discover the charming streets of the old medina. From the northern gate, Bab Berdaine, we walk to the shrine of Moulay Ismail who turned Meknes from a provincial town to a spectacular Imperial city. then We will visit Bou Inania Medresse (religious school) and after is time to explore souk then we drive to Fes
Day 4 : Fes Sightseeing.
Fes is made up of three distinct 'cities', or quarters, and we are based in the elegant 'Nouveau Ville', which has a distinctly French/European character. Today we head into the old city, known locally as Fes el Bali, arguably the world's most fascinating and confounding old city. Medieval Fes was one of the world's great centers of education and culture: both Islamic and Jewish. Its religious institutions and its libraries are legendary. Its mosques are of great renown. And it was to Fes that many of the Muslims (and Jews) expelled from Spain by Ferdinand and Isabella came in 1492. As we walk through the alleyways, passing historic khans, medresses and dye-pits, it is not hard to imagine ourselves back in the Middle Ages. We spend the day exploring the old city, visiting the Belghazi Museum, Medresse el Attarine, the tanneries, after We return to our hotel
Day 5 : Fes-Midelt
Leaving Fes we drive south, passing through a variety of spectacular scenery as we make our way towards Midelt. Midelt is a smallish market town, nestled between the Atlas and Anti-Atlas Mountains, at an elevation of just over 1500m. It's a perfect spot to break the journey to the Sahara, being a great base for some easy walks. Many of the locals are Berber, and the surrounding countryside is beautiful. After lunch, we can stretch our legs for a few hours on an easy hike in the nearby hills
Day 6 : Midelt-Merzouga
Erg Chebbi is one of the world's classic landscapes of towering dunes, up to heights of over 150 metres. Located at the end of the sealed road and just 20 kilometres from the Algerian border this is wonderful frontier country. Here we drop off our gear at a simple auberge and then ride camels into the edge of the Sahara Desert, enjoying a spectacular sunset along the way. The dunes are stunning, especially at this time of the day, and tonight we camp out, with a chance to try some fantastic local cuisine eaten sitting around an open fire and enjoying lively music and dancing under. The camp is set up for private use of you. Once the dining tent is there, most travelers would dine outside, under the stars, and sitting around an open fire. however, during the cold winter months from November to March, you may consider bringing your own sleeping bag for extra warmth and comfort.
Day 7 : Todra Gorge - Gorge-Dades
Return to our Hotel and make our way towards Todra Gorge, a massive trench that rises over 250 metres and one of the most dramatic natural sights in Morocco. We take a short walk in the area before continuing to the beautiful Dades Valley, where we will stop for a break, take photos of the remarkable scenery and continue our journey To Dades Gorge and overnight in a Hotel.
Day 8 : Kalaa M'gouna - Skoura - Ouarzazate - Ait Benhaddou
Leaving the Dades Gorge we set off on the fabled 'Road of 1000 Kasbahs'. Our first stop is at Skoura Oasis. where we can visit Kasbah Ameridhl with its extravagant decorations and mud-brick fortifications. After we will drive to Ouarzazate where you will see the cenima studios. Continuing our journey we reach Ait Benhaddou Kasbah. One of Morocco's greatest paradoxes. it list of movie credits is substantial. However, Hollywood aside, it is still, in its own right, one of the most spectacular sights in Morocco and its superb collection of mud-brick kasbahs are without equal. We enjoy a walk through the old town before heading to our nearby hotel for the night.
Day 9 : Ait Benhaddou-Marrakech
We drive for several hours through the winding roads of the Atlas, bound for Marrakech. We can take our time as the scenery is magnificent and keen photographers may call for a few photo stops! On arrival in Marrakech you check in to your beautiful Riad hotel. This evening, why not head to Jemaa el Fna, the great square. It is one of the largest public square and unique to Marrakech. Every night it comes alive with snake-charmers, musicians, story-tellers, fire-eaters.
Day 10 : Marrakech Sightseeing
After breakfast we meet our Marrakech local guide and set off on a morning tour of the old medina. We visit the beautiful Bahia Palace. It is a splendid mansion built in 1866 for a former slave. then, We explore the tranquil inner courtyards, and the many salons and chambers. We continue to Madrassa ben youssef. and we then walk through the streets of the old medina. as we make our way back to the Jemaa el Fna. The rest of the day is free to explore by your self..
Day 11 & 12: Essaouira
We leave after breakfast for Essaouira. The narrow streets of Essaouira are ideal for casual exploration. We walk through the town. It is one of North Africa's most attractive venues, and soon we find ourselves slipping into its easy-going rhythm. The fishing port is a serious commercial operation. It is fun to observe the daily catch and its subsequent auction. Elsewhere, there are numerous shops and several fine art galleries to distract the visitor. Our tour leader will help guide us through the maze of options.
Day 13 : Essaouira - Marrakech.
The morning is at leisure to explore further and in the afternoon we drive back to Marrakech. Once we have settled in to our hotel. We will likely be drawn back to the Jemaa el Fna, and exploring the souk of medina. As you can Eating out in the square is a great way to finish your adventure.
Day 14 : Marrakech
During this day of 15 Days Tour From Casablanca. it is a free day to explore the city by yourself. Or you can do hamma and spay. As you can do more activities such as cooking class, moto bike in palmery area.
Day 15 : Transfer To The Airport
Depends your flight time, we will transfer you to the airport. And end of your fifteen days tour from Casablanca
What is include during the tour:
- Touring in 4x4 Vihicle / Minibus / Bus
- Experienced English speaking Driver/Guide
- official local guides in imperial cities
- Camel ride in Sahara Desert
- Overnight at the Desert Camp
- Fuel of the transportation during the tour
- Braekfast and dinner in Sahara desert / Boumalane Dades / Ouarzazate
What is not include during the tour:
- Travel inssurance