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Morocco is a region of tremendous diversity as well as a gateway to Africa. Here you’ll find epic mountain ranges, old villages, vast deserts, and great friendliness. The country’s rich historical heritage is reflected in its modern culture. Morocco’s cuisine, dialects, art, and landmarks reflect the diverse races, religions, and nationalities that have made their mark on the country’s culture. Because of its rich cultural legacy, Morocco has long been a favorite destination for international artists.
However, the country has its own thriving artistic sector, with award-winning literature, cinema, and popular music.
Morocco’s cultural diversity is celebrated through film, music, and art festivals conducted around the country, notably at Marrakesh, Essaouira, Casablanca, Rabat, Fez, Tangier, and Dakhla, among others. Moroccan gastronomy combines Berber, Andalusian, Arab, and Mediterranean cooking traditions. Nonetheless, Berber cuisine such as couscous, tagine, and harira are well-known.
The flight lands in Casablanca. Transfer to your accommodation after a warm welcome. Dinner, check-in, and lodging.
A small tour of the Economic Capital, including the Habous district, the Royal Palace, Mohamed V Square, the Anfa residential area, and the outside of the Hassan II Mosque. Meknes is the next destination. Lunch will be provided if desired.
The famed Bab Mansour gate, the Royal Stables, and the Jewish quarter are all part of a visit to Meknes, the Ismailia capital with Morocco's longest ramparts (40 km). Visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis before departing to the holy city of Moulay Driss (panoramic vista). After that, proceed to Fez. In the hotel for dinner and the night.
The Medieval Medina and its souks, the Royal Palace, Attarine or Bou Anania Medersa, Nejjarine fountain, and the outside of Moulay Idriss mausoleum and Karaouine Mosque are all visited for the full day. Lunch can be had in a traditional Medina restaurant. In the evening, the visit continues. Dinner and a hotel stay are included.
The Royal Palace (Macroura), Ouadayas Garden & Kasbah, Mohamed V Mausoleum, and Hassan Tower Mosque are all visited on the way to Rabat, the Administrative Capital. Seafood lunch is available as an option. Taking the high road to Marrakesh. Hotel stay for dinner and the night.
Marrakech, the second-oldest Imperial city, often known as "the Ochre City," will be visited for the entire day. The Menara Garden, Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, Koutoubia, and Dar Si Said Museum are all included in the historical tour. Hotel lunch Afternoon tour of the souks, handicraft neighborhoods, and the world-famous Jemaa El-Fna Square with its never-ending entertainment. Dinner with a show is available as an extra. Hotel for the night
It is a free day Optional excursion or a free day to do anything you choose. Lunch at a restaurant is an option. Dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel are included.
Departure for Casablanca. Lunch is served at the hotel. The afternoon is yours to do whatever you choose. Dinner is optional. In the hotel for the night.
Departure Transfer to Casablanca Menara airport for departure with support.
Transfer to Casablanca airport, where you will be assisted with check-in.
English is a second language that is taught in schools. You should not, however, expect everyone you meet to be able to communicate in English. If this is an issue, hiring a trilingual tour guide for your small or private group tour may be more cost-effective.
The Moroccan dirham is the country's official currency. Credit cards are widely accepted, and ATMs dispensing local currency abound.
The best time to visit Morocco is in the spring, from March to May, or in the autumn, from September to October. If you prefer bright and sunny weather or don't mind the cold, the other months can be delightful.
Morocco is an excellent family vacation destination, offering activities to suit all ages. Enjoy a hot-air balloon trip over Marrakech, a visit to the Ourika Valley, a camel ride in the Sahara Desert, a visit to Fez's colorful medina, and so much more. All travelers should visit this moderate Muslim North African country.