We offer you a variety of Morocco day trips & excursions, to discover the most beautiful fantastic aspects about Morocco. We are able to take you on a genuine day trip to the seaside, Atlas Mountains or to the Saharan desert.
Discover the charming ‘white’ city of Tetouan, affectionately referred to as ‘the daughter of Granada’ dominated by the Hispanic-influenced structure. Having served as the capital of the Spanish Protectorate, the town’s structure includes a mix of Moroccan and Andalusian influences. Its medina has been named a UNESCO World Heritage site for its shaded alleyways, mosques & its distinctive show of colors, and it’s considered one of the best-maintained historic websites in Morocco. After strolling across the three-mile lengthy partitions of the previous city, you will be able to head to the Nationwide Institute of Fantastic Arts, before heading to Cabo Negro which is a picturesque seashore on the Mediterranean coast.
A guided tour of Fez is a necessity during your trip. See the soul of Morocco on this sightseeing tour of Fez, the religious and cultural capital of this North African nation for more than 1000 years. It is among the largest medieval cities in the world. The Medina of Fez is a total community of winding alleys and a World Heritage site. Savor its vibrant ambiance that has remained virtually unchanged down the centuries. Your city tour will take us to the labyrinth slender streets of the old Medina one the most ancient monuments ever made. Then we are going to the oldest Islamic school in the world, the Bounania koranic school, the tannery, the oldest Jewish quarter in Morocco and the magnificent sanctuary of Moulay Idriss II.
Departure from Fez to the Imperial city of Meknes. Driving throughout the plain you will notice huge areas composed of vineyards which produce good high-quality wine. It may actually take as much as up to three hours in Meknes to discover its fascinating historic sites. We are going to begin by visiting the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail with Bab El Mansour, the large gate which is the doorway to the old city and the Jewish quarter, the Royal Granaries & the town ramparts. We proceed to admire the village of Moulay Idriss, the nation’s most religious site and a spot of pilgrimage, as it is where the tomb of Moulay Idriss is located, a distinguished Moroccan saint in the late 8th century and a grandson of the prophet of Islam Mohammed.
The small city of Sefrou was a Jewish sanctuary in the past. The town is dominated by white homes with their beautiful designs, however usually with terraces which can be typically unusual in Morocco. Now Sefrou is asserted as a UNESCO Heritage site for its Cherry Competition that takes place yearly every month of June… Later you will go to Bhalil a really charming small village with a big historical past, set on a hill 6Km northwest of Sefrou. The old Berber households of Bhalil nonetheless reside in cave homes carved by the Roman centurions in the past. Though they aren’t as fashionable as they used to be. However, they still are very seducing locations.
Going to Casablanca is visiting the trendy metropolis which delights the lovers of architectural structure from the beginning of the 20th century. We are going to visit the iconic Hassan II Mosque the second largest mosque in the world famous for its exquisite murals and its tall minaret. It is usually one of many few mosques allowing visits by non-Muslims. Take pleasure in an inside guided tour, after which we drive alongside the coastal street, this coast is Casablanca’s seaside resort. Within the night the nightclubs are full of life for you to enjoy yourself. Then go to visit the best residential district of Anfa one of many luxurious areas within the metropolis. Later we go to the well-known Place Mohamed V and the Habbous Quarter.
Rabat is the image of modern Morocco. The city is the headquarters of the federal government, parliament, ministries, and administrations. It was additionally the primary university metropolis within the nation. The town benefits from a vital archaeological heritage dating back to the 12th century. Your guide will escort you on a stroll across the picturesque Almohad northern parts of the Oudaya Kasbah. The kasbah was constructed by Moulay Ismaïl from 1672 to 1727 in order to guard the town and is enclosed by ramparts built by the Almohad dynasty. See the Museum of Oudaya, Moulay Ismaïl’s palace exhibiting collections of Moroccan artists artwork.
The previous Mazagan grew to become El Jadida city (the New city) in 1815. The Portuguese constructed town was the stronghold of supplies and offers a great view of the city. Previously forgotten, it was rediscovered by pure chance in 1916. The sunshine lights up the middle of this underground chamber supported by 5 rows of columns. A wonderful setting, the place was a host to movies filming there like Othello by Orson Welles and Harem by Arthur Joffé. By continuing your stroll you will come across the church of the Assumption which was transformed into a mosque with a new shiny minaret. It is one of the rare pentagonal mosques in the world.
Agadir is a well-liked vacation spot for those looking for the sun in winter! With its stunning sandy seashore and its 300 days of sunshine a year, this tour takes you to discover the beachside, the stylish Marina, and into the busy port to see the different types of fishing boats. You will then be able to uncover each historical and fashionable aspect of Agadir, whereas learning fascinating details in regards to the city’s historical past while admiring the panoramic views from the Kasbah fortress. Also, go to the downtown as you take a stroll in the middle of Mohamed V Boulevard. The best stops along the way include the Mohamed V Mosque, St Ann’s Church, the Beth El Synagogue, and the walled Souk (market) El Had.
Take a journey to the small village of Tiout, which is nestled on the foot of the Atlas Mountains within the lovely Souss Valley to the North of the Anti Atlas Mountains, a walled Berber market city generally known as the “pearl of the Souss” where you can spend the afternoon discovering the traditional capital of the Saadian Dynasty; wander the native markets and admire the work of the native craftsmen who produce items with leather-based, copper, and silver components. Experience the pure Moroccan tradition on first-hand with this tour, go to the red-walled city of Taroudant. The city’s essential points of attraction are its various boroughs, the souks and the dramatic backdrop of the Atlas mountains.
From majestic palm trees to waterfalls and canyons, this tour takes you to a spot of excellent pure magnificence. Take a stroll deep into the dramatic surroundings and go to Imouzzer, famous for its unique honey. Discover the foothills and rocky hillsides and banana groves. Go to the Paradise Valley the place Jimi Hendrix and associates visited during the 1960s. Spend some pure time with the pleasant Berber inhabitants of Imouzzer. Go to the well-known waterfalls and nice clean swimming pools cradled within the limestone rock. Also the Imouzzer’s conventional weekly market gives you the opportunity to purchase Berber handicrafts at cheap countryside costs.
The Agadir fantasia show is a journey into the colors and sounds of wealthy Morocco and its tradition. Folklore groups from seven areas of Morocco are there to make your vacation even better. Discover a wide variety of sounds and rhythms. You will carry a magic worthy of fairy tales which will make you discover the most lovely aspects of Moroccan craftsmanship, you will be warmly welcomed and transported to a magical Arabian Night with the multi-talented teams of traditional artists from completely different regions of Morocco for a festive night agenda including Horse riding professionals equipped with their traditionally adorned rifles, acrobats, magicians, female bellydancers, musicians… All of this takes place while you taste the best meals of the Moroccan cuisine in the open air.