Day1: Arrival Casablanca
Upon your arrival, your driver will be waiting for you outside the airport holding a sign with your name and our logo ready to take you for a visit to the Hassan II Mosque before leaving to Rabat.
Casablanca is much like any other modern European city, with office blocks, wide boulevards, and suburban sprawl. The one site worth a visit is the Hassan II Mosque. The Mosque was opened in 1993, a tribute to the vision of King Hassan. Inspired by the Koran, which says ‘the throne of God lies on the water’, the mosque’s site is as stunning as its architecture, with Atlantic waves crashing up against its white marble walls. One of the largest in the world, its minaret towers up to 200m, the interior prayer hall can accommodate 20 000 worshippers with room for a further 80 0000 in the exterior courtyard.
After seeing the Mosque, drive to Rabat. In Rabat, If you have enough time you will visit the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and the Tour Hassan. Overnight: RIAD
Day 2: Rabat – Meknes – Fes
After breakfast. Visit Rabat and make the journey towards Fez, with a stop to visit the former Roman city of Volubilis and you can make short stops to visit the important places in Meknes, the driver will arrange for a guide at the entrance to Volubilis. This was a city of the Roman Empire, this ancient site is set in a picturesque valley. After visiting the ruins, drive up into the small town of Moulay Idriss. This town is a major pilgrimage destination of Moroccans. You can wander through its white streets and make your way up for a wonderful panorama overlooking the tomb and town below.
In the late afternoon, continue the journey into Fez. The driver will take you to the Medina and your Riad.
Day 3: Fes city
Full day in Fez. The guide will meet you at the Riad to take you on a tour of the City of Fez.
You will visit the important historical sites ( Al Quaraouiyine Mosque,
Bab Boujloud, Bou Inania Madrasa….)Wandering through the local souks is like taking a step back into the Middles Ages, as the locals go about their work the same way they would have 1200 years ago. The coppersmiths, the tanneries with their powerful aroma, colorful yarns in the dyers’ souks, children carrying trays of bread balanced neatly on their heads and cries of “balak balak” (meaning Attention), well out of the way of the heavily ladened mules. Enjoy the enchanting architecture of intricate mosaic tiles, carefully carved stucco, and elaborately decorated cedar wood ceilings. Overnight at Riad.
Day 4: Fes – Cascade Ozoud
Right after breakfast. You will leave the city of Fez direction to Ouzoud. Take time to stop off in the morning in the beautiful mountain town of Ifrane. After crossing the Middle Atlas Mountains, you will pass through the town of Khenifra and Beni Mellal. You will go down onto Berber village of Ouzoud. Overnight: Riad.
Day 5: Cascad Ozoud – Marrakech
After breakfast, visit the most famous waterfalls in Morocco. About 110 meters high, its waters bounce on several levels and project fine droplets into the air. The cascades are usually highlighted by a beautiful rainbow.
They dominate a wild nature made of almond trees, olive trees, and fig trees. Many Moroccans come to enjoy this landscape and rural atmosphere where the air is fresh. It is reached by small paths. Once below, at the foot of the falls, you will have the opportunity to ride in a small boat to be closer to the waterfalls. Small restaurants stand at the foot of the falls.
From here you will be heading south to Marrakech. Overnight at Riad.
Day 6: Marrakech City
Today is included a full-day guided tour Marrakech is often described as ‘the jewel at the foot of the Atlas Mountains’. This vibrant and delightful city was once the capital of the kingdom, and still bears witness today to the past splendor of its fascinating history. A chance to explore the museums, palaces, gardens and souks, and soak up the infinite variety of aromas and scents. Enjoy the uniqueness of the Djemaa El Fna. Take the opportunity to head into the new town of Marrakech, Guilez, and visit the beautiful Jardin Marjorelle. The gardens were designed and given as a gift to the people of Marrakech, by the French Artist Jacque Majorelle, in the 1930s.
Day 7: Marrakech
Free day for enjoying a second full day in Marrakech. Overnight at Riad
Day 8: Departure Airport Casablanca
A representative from Noble Explorer will meet you at your accommodation for a small discussion about your stay, After that, your driver will handle your transfer to the airport according to your flight schedule.