Marrakesh imperial cities 10 Days
You will be picked up at Marrakech airport and driven to the riad. He reads and breakfast.
day 2: Marrakech - Casablanca - Rabat
You will be taken care of in the morning around 8 am at the riad. The route passes by the highway that leads to Casablanca and lasts about 2 hours. The driver will drop you off at the mosque for a visit. Then drive to Rabat. Accommodation in a Riad near the Kasbah, the sights are not far. I recommend a walk without guides, Rabat is an international city and there are no fake and boring guides.
day 3: Rabat - Meknes
In the morning we continue to Meknes. You have time to walk around the city and have lunch alone (not included in the price).
Day 4: Meknes - Moulay Idriss - Volubils - Fez
At 10 am, your driver will pick you up and make a trip to the historic town of Moulay Idriss. Only a few decades ago, this sacred place was closed to unbelievers. A small tower at the height rewards you with a magnificent view. From there we continue to Volubilis. It's not only worth it because of the Roman ruins, the landscape is also very pretty. It takes about 2 hours to cross the ruins, so you can continue to Fez in time. He dines at the riad.
day 5: Fez
After breakfast, continue our visit to discover the old medina with an official guide, visit the first university in the world "Al Quaraouiyine" and Zaouia MOULAY IDRISS. And many historical monuments, the visit continues outside the wall of the old medina by car to see with the driver the magnificent panoramic view of Fez and its famous doors, the Jewish quarter, the royal palace and many surprises.
Day 6: Fes - Azrou - Errachidia
Early in the morning, you will be taken care of at your riad. The trip goes through the reddish-brown mountains of the Middle Atlas. Beyond the high cedar forests, you will reach the beautiful winter resort of Ifrane and Azrou, the main craft center of the region specializing in woodworking and cedar joinery. The monkeys live in the surrounding mountains. If you are lucky, you can see them on the side of the road. You will arrive at the mining town of Midelt, where you will have lunch. In the afternoon we will drive to Errachidia through the beautiful Ziz Gorge. Here night with half board.
Day 7: Errachidia - Merzouga
Today, it goes from Errachidia to Erfoud and Rissani to the huge sea of sand Erg Chebbi. On the way you will have the opportunity to visit the Foggaras near Jorf. In the afternoon, we will head for the track to the huge sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. You arrive at Kasbah Mohayut in the afternoon. It's right on the big sand dunes, but you sleep in a comfortable room with bathroom and air conditioning. The hotel has a swimming pool.
Day 8: Erg Chebbi
Today begins the great adventure of the desert. You will drive around the sand dunes, visit rock carvings, maybe even mineral foundations, and then, in the afternoon, embark for the bivouacs aboard the camels.
Day 9: Merzouga - Amellago - Tamtatouchte
In the morning, we say goodbye to the desert, we go back to Erfoud and there again we pass the Foggaras to Goulmina. Then begins an interesting paved road that crosses the Rherisschlucht in the High Atlas for only a few years. You reach Tamtatouchte and live there in the cozy Kasbah Inn
Day 10: Tamtatouchte - Dades - Skoura
After breakfast, the mountain adventure begins. You drive on a rocky trail from Tamtatouchte to the Dades Canyon through a unique mountain landscape. On countless serpentines, he returns to the asphalt. Later, you will have the opportunity to take a short hike with a local guide. Continue on the road Kasbahs, one of the most beautiful roads in Morocco. The landscape is like a steppe and barren with thorn bushes of camel thorns, until an oasis with its lush gardens, red-brown kasbahs and pink roses appears. The Dades Valley is a center of rose water and rose oil, pressed by millions of particularly intense scented flowers and sold in many places along the road. You spend the night in Skoura at the Auberge Chez Talout with a magnificent view of the palm grove and the slopes of the High Atlas.