Day 1: Fez – Volubilis – Meknes
Today, your 9 days Fes Chefchaouen Marrakech private trip will begin with a visit to the medina of Fez. The local guide will make you discover the mosque and the university El Quaraouyine, the tomb of Moulay Idriss “the founder of the city of Fez”. You also explore Nejjarine housing the Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts, the Medersa Seffarayine, which specialized in the teaching of grammar and theology, then the Mellah, the Jewish quarter. You will also visit the souks and the medersa Al Bouanania. After lunch, your private visit to Morocco continues to Meknes where you will visit the tombs of Moulay Ismail, one of the few Moroccan sanctuaries.
You will visit Bab Mansour, the most famous gateway in all of North Africa, and the Bou Inania Madrasa. You will continue to Volubilis, the Roman ruins near Moulay Driss Zarhoun, the latter is the first man who introduced Islam to Morocco. The night will be in a riad in the heart of the medina.
Day 2: Meknes – Chefchaouen
Today, your private circuit in Morocco continues to Chefchaouen in northern Morocco. It is a city founded in 1471 by the Moorish people. Along the way, you will cross-beautiful villages at the foot of the Rif Mountains. Your driver stops in important places to enjoy panoramic views of the magnificent forests, mountains, lakes, and streams. The town of Chefchaouen has a Spanish style square surrounded by numerous art and craft shops. The night will be in a typical riad.
Day 3: Chefchaouen
Today you will have a free day in Chefchaouen. After breakfast, you will explore this blue city located in the Rif Mountains. His name is derived from a Berber name: “Chef Chaouen” which means, “look at the horns”. It is a picturesque place for hiking and relaxation. You will walk in the old town “la medina”. You can go to a laundromat where local women wash clothes and blankets. In the evening, you will have free time and the night will be in the same riad.
Day 4: Chefchaouen – Rabat
You leave today Chefchaaouen towards Rabat, the administrative capital of Morocco. In Rabat, you will visit many interesting places. This tour will start from the Royal Palace, then Chellah Necropolis, Hassan Tower and Mohamed 5 Mausoleum. Continue to Kasbah Oudayas. In the evening, you will have free time to go for a walk in the medina. The night will be in a riad or a local hotel.
Day 5: Rabat – Casablanca – Essaouira
The circuit continues today towards Casablanca. This city is the economic capital of the country. You will visit this city the famous Hassan II mosque. Then you will head for Ejadida, the medieval city occupied by the Portuguese in 1506. UNESCO proclaimed its World Heritage since 2004.
After a short visit to the city, you will continue to Essaouira, a city also protected by UNESCO. It contains an enchanting fishing port reflecting the Portuguese character of the settlers from the 16th century. Lunch will be in a local restaurant. In the afternoon, you will have free time to visit the medina. The night will be in a riad in the medina.
Day 6: Essaouira
Today will be devoted to the visit of Essaouira. You will explore the artistic wonders of the city. You will walk along the docks to see the fishermen who unload their catch of the day and also the brightly painted fishing boats back to the shore. Lunch will be at the harbor to eat fresh fish and seafood caught. Then, you will explore the historic walls and the medina to see local artists who make handicrafts made of Thuya wood. This night will also be in the same local riad.
Day 7: Essaouira – Marrakech
Your private tour in Morocco continues today to Marrakech. In the evening, you will explore the Jamaa el Fna square. We spend the night here in Marrakech in a local riad
Day 8: Marrakech
Today, visit the city of Marrakech with an English-speaking guide. You will visit the historic Menara: a magnificent pool surrounded by flower beds, which reflects the image of a beautiful Moorish building, the circuit has several notorious monuments, including Majorelle Gardens and Koutoubia Minaret (identical to the tower of the Giralda in Seville), Spain) and the Saadian tombs, which represent Moorish architecture at its best.
The tombs, which include several mausoleums of the sixteenth century, were still unknown behind the walls until 1917. This tour will also include a walk in the alley of different parts of the souk. You can end your day with a drink at sunset, watching the lively Jamaa El Fna square. The night will be at your Riad.
Day 9: Marrakech – Fez
Today is the last day of your tour in Morocco. You will go to Fez via Beni Mellal and Azrou, crossing the mountains of the Middle Atlas. You will stop to take pictures in splendid panoramic views. Lunch will be served in a local restaurant in Ifrane. Finally, you will arrive in Fez at the end of the afternoon.