Tangier – Chefchaouen
Start of your 12 Days Morocco Desert Tour From Tangier:
Reception will be at the port of Tangier. The journey will begin passing through the Rif and then arriving the beautiful city of Chefchaouen, whose Berber name means ”horn”, perched beneath mountains of the Rif, where white Houses built over hills in shades of blue.
Overnight stay at a hotel or raid.
Volubilis - Fes
Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes
Depart after having breakfast to Fes. In the road, you will visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis and then continuing to Meknes, the modern imperial city, for visiting the old Medina, which is surrounded by a large line of wall.
At the end of day, head straight to your accommodation in Fes, where you will spent the night.
Guided Tour Of Fes
Guided Tour Of Fes
The whole day is dedicated to visit the city of Fes, the oldest imperial city in Morocco, were founded in the eight century by Moulay Idriss II.
This guided tour will start by visiting the old Medina ,a UNESCO world Heritage site, and explore the Medina’s narrow streets which lined with local shops and stalls. The exploration of the old Medina cultural and historical sightseeing include Bou Inania Madrasa, Al-Attarine Madrasa, Ennajarine Fountain, Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss and Al-Qarawiyyine university – the oldest continually operating university in the world.
After lunch in a local restaurant, you will experience the panoramic view of the whole Medina of Fes before taking a brief visit to the new part “Fez Al-Jadid”. Then Check-in at a hotel or riad in the evening.
Fes – Azrou – Merzouga
In the morning you leave the subtle of Fes and drive along through the middle Atlas mountains; crossing cedar forests which are very known all over the world. Cedar is much wanted by woodworkers and it is used for different purposes.
The drive will continue towards Ifrane, the Switzerland of Morocco, and Azrou, the typical Zayan middle Atlas Berber village.
The drive will end in the desert after passing via ZiZ valley and city of Erfoud, usually by taking a rocky road to reach Merzouga.
The night will be spent in a hotel getting rest for the long next day.