Day 1: Arrival at Fes:
Start the tour of the old city of Fez (Fes el-Bali) and its medina, the largest and most famous of all the Arab world, by entering from the Bab Boujloud, the most famous port, and heading towards Dar Batha, a Hispanic-Moorish building that houses a beautiful museum of popular art, and continuing with a visit to the madrasa Bou Inania, a beautiful madrasa that houses a beautiful museum of popular art The tour continues through the tannery Chouara, where you can learn about fascinating leather processing techniques, such as washing the coat and painting it with natural tints. Then we went to the Qaraouiyine mosque, which was built by a woman in the 9th century. The tour comes to an end near the square, where ottonai and Seffarine tinkers live in the nearby streets and square. We’ll leave the medina through the Bab Semmarine, have dinner, and stay in a Riad.
Day 2: Fes-Meknes
Departure from Fez for Meknes, the smallest of the imperial cities, after breakfast. A trip to this city will begin with a crossing of the Bab Mansour, Meknes’ most significant and well-known port. The most significant monument of the Imperial City, constructed with walls of clay beat mixed with straw and pebbles (pisé), is the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, where appropriate clothing is needed. Then we’ll walk through El-Hedim Square into the heart of the medina, stopping by the market and sukkah. Dinner and lodging in a traditional riad in Meknes
Day 3: Meknes-Azrou – Midelt Rissani Merzouga
After breakfast, travel to Azrou, an outstanding 1650 m site known as Morocco’s Switzerland, where you can see storks nesting on the roofs of the buildings. Following a walk to Azrou, seguitosi will begin heading to Merzouga, in the Sahara desert. Azrou, a Berber village in the center of a 53,000-acre natural park surrounded by Cedar and Oak forests and ancient volcanoes, is the first village you’ll come across along the way. Azrou is known for the large number of monkeys that live in the forest that surrounds it. Will take the path that climbs up the Middle Atlas until it reaches the Zad and the town of Midelt, which is at an elevation of 1488 meters. Midelt is a historic geologicocon life colorful and spectacular crystal structures that is not especially touristy. You can take a lunch break here. The road continues from Midelt via the magnificent Gorges du Ziz to Errachidia in the southern province. We then travel to Rissani, the gateway to the desert, and from Merzouga, before the Moroccan sunset, you can walk through the nearby Erg Chebbi sand dunes. A traditional dinner is served in front of a fire, with the sound of drums and songs from the Berber and Tuareg communities of southern Morocco. (Berber tent – night bivouacking)
Day 4: Tour in Merzouga
Early in the morning, to see the sunrise and the various colors of the dunes, rather than sunset. Then return to Camelback Hotel and, after a shower, take a 4 x 4 tour to the caves where natural desert fossils can be found; you can also visit the small and ancient village of Tissrdmin, where many movies have been filmed, taking the road that passes through the desert with its black volcanic stones, where we will take the family with a Toua. Then we arrive in Kamlia village, which is known for its African and black residents and their music. This village is well-known for its annual music and dance festival, which takes place in the first week of August. Day Srji Lake, with its pink flamingos, can be seen from here. You will then be served the Rissani pizza, which features 44 spices, as well as a family from which we Touareg, beliefs, customs, and traditions, as well as items associated with caravans. Rissani was once Morocco’s economic capital and the departure point for caravans heading for the desert. This town’s Kasba should be visited. You’ll return to the hotel in Riad for the night.
Day 5: Merzouga /Gole del Todra /Dadés Valley /Ouarzazate Dadés gorges
Following breakfast. Take the path to the Todra gorges, which are among the best in southern Morocco and where Lawrence of Arabia was filmed. You’ll also stop for lunch here, before continuing on to Boumalne Dadès, where the Valley 25 km long arrivafino to gorges starts, where we’ll take a walk through the lush and verdant vegetation in comparison to the surrounding Red Rock, and where the pisé construction matches the color of the rocks. Along this valley, a series of ksour can be found in the midst of farmland and orchards. Continue along the Valley of Roses, passing by the 1000 road kasbahs, which are typical of Morocco’s tours. You’ll stop in El-Kalaa M’gouna, the Valley’s main town, which is known for the flowering of this flower, from which many body care products are made. Taking the Kasbah Route, which features 1000 buildings typical of Morocco’s south. You’ll stop in El-Kalaa M’gouna, the Valley’s main town, which is known for the flowering of this flower, which is used in many body care items. Even, go to a laboratory to have this priceless essence extracted. From here, we travel to Skoura to visit the local Kasbah and take a rest. We will spend the night in a traditional Riad and have dinner in a Riad.
Day 6: Ouarzazate-the cascade of ouzoud
After breakfast, travel to Ouarzazate and the Kasbah of Taourirt. Ait Ben Haddou’s kasbah; movie studios After that, take the road to Demnate, crossing the Middle Atlas mountains and several Berber villages along the way, including the Tizi-n-Outfi (2150 m) step. The scenery and colors of the mountains change over time, as does the light, which ranges from ochre to pink to red to blue. You’ll stop at Imi-n-Ifri, a Berber cave mouth, for a passeggerà and some stunning photos. It continues from here, always crossing the Middle Atlas, to the stunning Ouzoud waterfalls, which are 110 meters high and considered one of Morocco’s most beautiful places to visit. You should go for a stroll in the Green and bathe in the river’s freshwater. We’ll spend the night in a nearby hotel and wish you a nice vacation…
Day 7 : Cascades Ouzoud Marrakech
After breakfast, we depart for a 3-hour street arrival in Marrakech and begin a tour of the Imperial City of Marrakesh, including its numerous Souks (Souk Smata-booties, Suk Haddadine-iron manufacturers, Chouari-Suk of basket weavers, Cherratine-Souk where you work the leather, jewelry Souk). From here, you can reach the Ben Youssef mosque, a larger and more beautiful Koranic school in the area, close to the Mezquita mosque, La Koubba Almoravid, and the Marrakech Museum, which we will visit. Moving on to another part of the city, we’ll see the Palace of Bahia, also known as the “beautiful,” a rich residence of vizier Ba Ahmed built around 1880, and from there to the Dar Si Said Palace, which is also the beautiful home of the Vizier’s brother. Near these two structures, visitors will be able to see the exterior of the El-Mansour Mosque, also known as the Dellacasba Mosque, which is readily identifiable due to its turquoise arabesques on the minaret. The tour begins with a visit to the Saadian tombs, which are guarding the sport rulers and family members of this dynasty and are located in the garden of the mosque El-Mansour. Then it’s back to the hotel for dinner. After dinner, proceed to the big square Jamaa el-Fna, where we will find the typical peddlers who will ensure a continuous display. There will be fortune tellers, snake charmers, music groups, water bearers, and tattooists in attendance. Staying in a riad for the night.
day 08: Marrakech Marrakech airport
Depending on flight times, depart for the airport for a flight to Italy after breakfast. Our services have come to an end.