Arrival of the group in Casablanca, transfer to Marrakech, on the way - first acquaintance with the country, hotel accommodation, welcome dinner and meeting the team, rest. ⠀ Day 2 Breakfast, sightseeing tour of the red city of Marrakech, during a walk through the city, we are waiting for the Jama-el-Fna square, the Bahia palace, the Al-Kutoubia mosque, the famous Menara gardens, as well as a walk through the old medina. Lunch at a local restaurant and continue the walk. In the evening, tired and happy, we will see noisy Marrakech and take a short look at the main square with fakirs, snake charmers, many shops and entertainment! Dinner at the hotel.
Day 3 Early breakfast, departure to the ultramarine city of Essueiro with a stop at the argan factory, acquaintance with the production of unique oil, meeting with goats in the trees. By lunchtime, arrival in the city of pirates and artists, lunch at the port or in a fish restaurant on the ocean with the freshest seafood, a sightseeing tour of the old city, return to the hotel.
Day 4 Wake up, breakfast and departure to the city of Ouarzazate, where we will visit the famous film studio. Films "The Mummy", "Game of Thrones" and many others were filmed here. We'll walk around a real movie set, or maybe even shoot our own movie☺
Let's have breakfast and head towards the Sahara! An unforgettable night in the desert awaits us, melodies performed by local musicians, the starry sky and the open Sahara desert, which will definitely become the brightest impression of this trip!
At dawn we will have a camel ride in the desert and a photo session in the desert with dunes and camels. Excursion with a breeze in a jeep in the desert and a visit to the ancient Berber settlements. Dinner. Departure to the city of Midelt. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 7 We have breakfast and go to the ancient mystical Fez along a picturesque road surrounded by Berber villages. We will drive past the famous Moroccan ski resort Ifrane, meet local monkeys, and after lunch we will find ourselves in Fez. Where a fascinating tour of the ancient city awaits us, we will see the famous dye houses, panoramic platforms, narrow streets, and also walk along the old medina. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 8Today, we go to the fabulous blue city of Chefchaouen, which everyone probably dreams of seeing! There we will spend the whole day, take a walk and take hundreds of beautiful "blue" photographs. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 9 Depart for the white city of Casablanca along scenic roads where olive trees grow. City Tour. Let's take a look at the Hassan II Mosque - one of the largest mosques in the world. This grand structure is impressive both outside and inside. We will walk along the embankment and go shopping in search of souvenirs.
Early rise, departure from Casablanca with a stop at an oyster farm in the resort town of Oualidia. We take a longboat ride and have a picnic with oysters and Moroccan wines by the ocean. It will be a farewell dinner in Morocco that you will remember for a long time. Farewell to the country and new friends. The way to the airport!
Arguments to convince you that Morocco is the perfect summer destination.
Morocco is an amazing holiday destination! A trip to this country is an incredible adventure where one will admire the colorful architectural richness, while the other will admire the impressive unspoiled natural landscapes.
Morocco has something for everyone: there are incredibly authentic places and territories with deeply developed infrastructure. Quality beach holidays, stunning old cities, ancient markets and desert excursions await you in Morocco!
The vast majority of Morocco's beaches are suitable for swimming. Only in some places the ebb and flow, waves and strong winds interfere with serene swimming.
The strip of sandy beaches in Morocco is huge: they stretch along the entire western ocean coast of the country and continue in the north, where tourists can also swim in the Mediterranean Sea.
The length of the beach season is about the same as in Turkey or Cyprus. It starts at the end of May and lasts until the end of October. The air temperature is up to +30 ° C, the water warms up to +20. +25 ° C, depending on the resort. The best of them is Agadir with a wide coastline of 6 km, developed infrastructure and a gentle bottom, which made it incredibly popular with families with children (see map above).
Marrakech is a real tourist's dream! The sparkling city at night conveys an authentic Arabian night feel. In daylight, Marrakech is even more amazing, as all the variety of contrasts of local life appears before your eyes.
Jamaa el-Fna Square is a must-see - only here you can enjoy the unique flavor of the city! A multitude of artists, street performers and heralds bring the incredible atmosphere of Jamaâ El Fna Square, the heart of the city and the center of Marrakech's daily life and culture.
However, the best way to get to know the soul of Marrakech is to get lost in its steep narrow streets in search of pleasant adventures! The old town is able to seduce every tourist: numerous hammams, shops and establishments with national food, hundreds of bazaars and well-preserved riyads can be found on every corner.
Morocco - We recharge ourselves with local exoticism and contrast from desert and mountains to the ocean, imbued with local cuisine, walk around the medina, join life with a local guide. The maximum number of participants is 8 people. Are you with us? :)
A trip to Morocco is like a trip to a magical Arabian fairy tale, where there are waterfalls, eternal snow on the mountain tops and tangerine trees. The famous Casablanca, the fish trawlers of Essaweira, the bustling markets of Marrakech, the majestic mosques of Rabat, the endless expanses of the Sahara Desert - all this is Morocco.
After breakfast we will set out to explore the city of Casablanca, the Anfa villa quarter, Muhammad V square, the beautiful waterfront and the Hassan II Mosque, the largest and most photogenic mosque in the world.
We leave for Rabat - the capital of Morocco, lunch at a restaurant. Sightseeing tour of
the city, including the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and Kasbu Udayas, further to Chefchaouen. Our way
will lie along the fertile fields towards the green reef mountains. Legendary
the whole world is a blue city, an indigo city. It is colored from sky blue to
bright ultra blue. The entire territory of the old city is one big museum.
Morocco is an African country with an oriental flavor. There are mountains and waterfalls, desert and ocean, oriental bazaars and European quarters. And you can see all this and even more in just 10 days!
During this trip we: climb Mount Toubkal - the highest point of the Atlas Mountains (4167 m); we will relax on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and take a walk in Essaouira, one of the most picturesque ports in the world; we will meet the sunset and sunrise in the dunes of the Sahara; we will be saturated with the fabulous atmosphere of the imperial cities of Morocco
Meeting the group at the airport of Casablanca/Marrakech. Today we will begin our acquaintance with this amazing country - with its nature, cuisine, people. After having breakfast in an authentic Moroccan cafe, we will move to the small town of Imlil, located at the very foot of the Atlas Mountains. After accommodation, a short rest and lunch we will have an acclimatization hike to the nearby pass.
Today, right after breakfast, we will have a rather difficult transition to the so-called "French shelter" located in the Atlas Mountains at an altitude of 3200 m. Today we have to gain almost 1500 m (about 4 hours of walking time). After accommodation at the shelter, we will have lunch and fix the special climbing equipment that we need tomorrow!
Early rise (at 3:00), breakfast, ascent. ubkal (4167 m) is the highest point in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco and North Africa. Technically, the ascent to the top is not difficult, but we will be climbing in climbing crampons, which requires a certain skill. The ascent and descent to the shelter will take us about 6 - 7 hours, the height difference is almost 1000 m. The top will open up stunning views of the Atlas Mountains, the plains of Marrakech and the Sahara Desert. Returning to the shelter, we will have lunch and go down to Imlil (about 4 hours), where we will stay in the hostel we already know.
After breakfast, we will move to Marrakech, where we will spend the whole day. We will start our route in the colorful Majorelle Gardens, created by the French artist Jacques Majorelle. After the artist's death, the designer Yves Saint Laurent acquired the gardens, ennobled them and opened them to visitors. Alshe we are heading to the medina of Marrakesh. Although this is not the most pleasant place for walking, most tourists prefer to see for themselves. In the center of the medina there is a mosque and madrasah (school) of Ali Ben Yusuf, the inspection of which will be the next point of our route. We leave the medina through the Djema el Fna square and head to the Koutoubia mosque - the main religious attraction of Marrakech. You can relax in the garden next to the mosque, next to it there are several Moroccan restaurants. We will end the day at the Djemaa el Fna square, where a large-scale action unfolds every evening. Here you can see acrobats, musicians, snake charmers, storytellers and Moroccan women getting henna tattoos. In general, you have to see it with your own eyes.
This morning we will move to the Atlantic coast - to the city of Essaouira. The name of the city itself translates as "beautifully built", and oh, how true! We will visit the famous port of Essaouira with its blue boats, impudent seagulls and fresh fish. We will walk through the medina and spend a few hours wandering along the cozy streets and asking the price for souvenirs. Also a mandatory part of the program is meeting the sunset overlooking the ocean!
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