Day 1: Casablanca
Start your Morocco tour as soon as you arrive to Casablanca Airport and meet your driver to begin your Morocco journey with a city tour of Casablanca. Start with the Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca’s most spectacular sight. Built in 1993, the Hassan II is likely one of the largest mosques in the world and the only one that non-Muslims can visit. Proceed to Mohamed V Sq., positioned within downtown and surrounded by splendid examples of the design type referred to as Moresque, which mixes Moroccan and French architectural textures. Admire the Panoramic tour alongside the seaside, the harbour space, the Mohamed V sq. and the luxurious residential space of Anfa.
After your Casablanca tour, Proceed on to Marrakech.
Day 2: Marrakech
After breakfast, our tour takes us to the Koutoubia Minaret one of the largest, most stunning mosques. Its 225 foot tall minaret is a masterpiece that’s similar to the Giralda of Seville. Additionally on the agenda are visits to the Bahia Palace that was constructed within the late 19th century in a two acre backyard. The Saadian Tombs with their delicate decorations and pure architectural strains which are believed to be a phenomenal feat of structure. The Menara Gardens with 250 acres stuffed with olive bushes surrounding a big central lake that dates back to the 12th century. We continue our sightseeing in the Djemaa el-Fna, Marrakech’s predominant square. This superb market appears straight out of Hollywood, with peddlers, musicians, dancers, acrobats, magicians, snake charmers, storytellers and entertainers with performing monkeys.
Day 3: Atlas Mountains
The journey takes us to Imlil into the Atlas Mountains to see an enormous array of vegetation, colored rock cliffs, mountain streams, Berber villages, native mountain folks and conventional rural markets. You arrive to the village of Imlil, a necessary provisioning base for these occurring treks into the mountains. Right there we go for a stroll or on a mule the remaining couple of minutes up the valley to the Kasbah of Toubkal. Initially the kasbah of a local tribal ruler, Kasbah of Toubkal has now been restored and transformed into a really comfy resort with spectacular views of the encompassing mountains and valleys
Day 4: Atlas Mountains
A free Day where you have the choice to loosen up and unwind, maybe with a visit to the Kasbah’s conventional hammam (steam bathtub), or you may take a brief stroll / mule trip to one of the many close by villages to benefit from the Berbers people’s favorite pastime: tasting some nice mint tea
Day 5: Atlas mountains to Essoura
We take a trip to Essaouira, a picturesque fishing city on the southwest coast of Morocco. With a beautiful seashore, Essaouira has grown to be one of Morocco’s hottest coastal cities. Lots of the nations wooden carvers and artists make Essaouira their house. You will be visiting an Argan Oil Cooperative Farm (argan oil is located solely in Morocco and no other place in the world). Lunch will probably be served in one of many seafood restaurants within the medina or the port.
Day 6: Essaouira
In The morning have fun during a guided city tour, benefiting from all the highlights of Essaouira. The ramparts, the port, the dance of the cawing seagulls, the immense seaside, and the fragrance of the ocean air… Because of the ocean breeze, Essaouira profits from cool air. Grant your self a common pleasure: taste the grilled sardines or a small lobster within the port. Their freshness is incomparable and the ambiance perpetually engraved in your reminiscence… Then, return to the city by the Bab El Marsa gate. The Sqala of the Kasbah, the artillery platform on the ramparts, presents from its north bastion an incomparable view throughout the medina, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage site. A number of the Kingdom’s most well-known marquetry craftsmen and cupboard makers have based their workshops there: their work is of an uncommon intricacy. You will simply discover the thing that may eternally symbolize Essaouira. Before ending our tour, you may benefit from the quite and energetic café terraces and restaurants within the Moulay El Hassan famous square.
Day 7: Essaouira
Free time, enjoy it on your own… (Optional cooking class or spa & hammam)
Day 8: Agadir
After your morning breakfast departure from Essaouira heading out in direction of Agadir profiting from the stunning drive alongside the Atlantic shoreline. A break for lunch and spend your afternoon admiring this fascinating city and its seashores.
Day 9: Agadir
Uncover Agadir on this guided city tour. This sightseeing tour takes you alongside the beachside stroll, via the stylish Marina, and into the busy port to see the varied forms of fishing boats. Uncover each historical and fashionable aspect of Agadir, while learning about some fascinating information concerning the city’s historical past, and absorbing sweeping panoramic views from the Kasbah fortress. Discover downtown as you journey alongside the Mohamed V Boulevard, the Wilaya (the Headquarters of the king’s regional consultant), and thru residential neighborhoods. The best stops alongside the way include the Mohamed V Mosque, St Ann’s Church, the Beth El Synagogue, and the walled Souk El Had market – free time to discover the market and take a look is included. On the return journey, your guide will show you numerous different points of interest and native landmarks.
Day 10: Agadir to Marrakech Airrport
Private transfer to either Agadir or Marrakech airport for your return home.