Perhaps Morocco is still relatively new to many travelers Vietnam, but with Western tourists, the Moroccan tourism has become a relatively familiar journey and are preferred.
Morocco travel itinerary in 9 day 8 night, we’ll give you the world lost in both ancient and modern. There, you will feel a bustling life, hustle, riding camels roam the desert or visiting the house for her, the masterpiece of Islamic architecture built inside the olive branch and the large majestic dunes. Certainly, the trip was an experience he will never forget in my life.
Early afternoon local time, the White City Casablanca airport legend in the classic film of the same name. Casablanca is known as the “capital” economy of Morocco and is the city’s greatest ports in Africa, with the architecture of ancient with hundreds of skyscrapers white magnificent boulevards immense Casablanca bring beauty and modern and ancient.
Vehicles and Moroccan tour guide pick you up at the airport in the capital, Rabat. Here you are visiting Mohammed V Square – built white stone carvings fussy, intricate, always guarded by the royal cavalry. Then you will be taken to visit the Hassan Tower – the symbol of the capital, Rabat, and Citadel Oudayas.
Then continue moving to Fes through Meknes.
Guests of the hotel rooms in procedures before dinner at a local restaurant.
Overnight in 4 * hotels or equivalent.
Fes – “Athens of Africa”
Breakfast at hotel, then departure to visit City tour. Guides will take you to some places of the city’s most unusual:
- The first stop of the day 3rd in Morocco tour is Medina – old town with city wall surrounds. In Morocco, every city medina formed destinations from hundreds to thousands of years ago. Here is where we live, work, markets traded the local products, the village crafts unique is formed in this area and are divided by region as carvings wood, leather, votive, every Bronze …
- In Fes, Morocco, the delegation will also be visited University Quaraouiyine AL was founded in 859, is one of the oldest schools in the world.
Dinner at local restaurant and Overnight at the hotel 4 * or equivalent.
Fes – Merzouga (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
After breakfast at the hotel, the delegation will depart to Merzouga, Morocco. On the way, the group will go through Midelt (200km from Fez), visit Troda George
Doan also go through the Middle Atlas mountains to witness the life of the nomadic Aboriginal people. You will be enthralled by the majestic beauty of the volcano and near Errachidia, admire the cliffs high above the valley Ziz Valley, surrounded by palm trees.
Then, go to Erfoud is where understanding the marble industry with many beautiful unique products.
Noon: The crew would stop to rest and eat lunch at the restaurant.
Afternoon to Merzouga, the town in “gateway of the desert”. Group tours and camel rides picnic watching the sunset over the Sahara Desert fantasy, on the backs of animals was named the boat on this desert. You enjoy the sandy desert Merzouga, enjoying one of the exciting experiences and unforgettable in Morocco.
Overnight in tents in the desert.
Merzouga – Erfoud – Todra Gorges – Ouarzazate (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
05.00: Regiment woke up early to watch the sunrise, camel riding and begin the journey to explore the sand dunes at Erg Chebbi, Sahara .
Later, the delegation breakfast. After breakfast, 4 * 4 jeep to return to Erfoud. After that, parting the desert, to the city of Ouarzazate (369km way).
Group Skoura palm trees crossing picturesque and dense, to come to the Valley Kasbahs.
Later, the delegation to El Kelaa Mgouna, valley roses – roses planted Persian place. The local plant will use this commission to produce skin care cream roses. Visit Dades valley where the towering limestone cliffs, palm trees and the river Narrows. Group stop photographed at Todra Gorge canyon.
Noon: Lunch at the base Tinghir
Afternoon: continue to move to the city of Ouarzazate. To Ourzazate, group check in and rest
Overnight at hotel 4 * or equivalent.
Ouarzazate – Marrakech (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
Morning: breakfast at the hotel.
Then, depart to explore the secrets of the city of Ouarzazate – which was once considered a stopping point for the merchants Africa on the path to Europe and Morocco. Today, Ouarzazate is considered as a commercial center of the region famous for its pottery and carpets. Visited:
Stronghold Kasbah of Taourirt (or home of Glaoui) – owned by the family Glaoui, built from the 19th century with nearly 300 rooms and a maze of aisles with the saint and the porters; cupro will make you easy to get lost within the architecture.