Your trip for Moroccan seniors is to escape the crowds often found during the busy times of the year. Start your holiday with a welcome dinner at the famous Casablanca. Follow the infamous North African Barbary Coast to the capital Rabat – a former 16th-century criminal gang – and take a drive to see the great wars of the Middle Ages. Every week, you will encounter the most beautiful historical and cultural sites. A marvel of architecture and history of Meknes – an 11th-century military base, turned into an impressive Spanish and Moorish style by the famous Sultan Moulay Ismail. On your guided tour, you will see huge gates with gates around the city, beautiful temples, a palace, and you will also visit the Royal Stables.
Continue to Fez, considered the Moroccan spiritual and artistic center, and see the magnificent entrance to the Royal Palace. Drive through the old Jewish quarter, go to the traditional entrance to Old Fez in Bab Bou Jeloud, and follow Your Local Guide through its Medyrinthine Medina roads and beautiful construction of Medersa Bou Inania. The next stop is the mighty oasis of Marrakesh. Explore “Red City” between its sandy walls and buildings with your Local Guide. You will visit Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs (or Badia Palace), Djemaa El-Fna city center, and colorful markets. Return to Casablanca, for a panoramic drive to visit the Hassan II Mosque. After that, it’s all over with a delicious farewell dinner to celebrate your Moroccan Escape!
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Welcome to Casablanca! Meet your private driver for a welcome dinner at your hotel.
Follow the infamous North African Barbary Coast to Rabat, once a corsair now the country’s capital. Enjoy the steering drive to see great medieval battles, the Royal Palace, and more. Continue to Meknes. Originally established as a military settlement it was transformed into an impressive Spanish-Moorish style during the reign of Sultan Moulay Ismaïl.
During your guided view, love the great gates of the city walls, temples, and palaces. Visit the Royal Stables, built to house 12,000 royal horses. Next up is Fez. Blessed with plenty of water and well-located, Fez became the capital of Morocco when the country overthrew the foreign empire under Berber King Idriss in the eighth century. To this day, Fez remains a spiritual and artistic institution in Morocco.
We will begin the day of exploring the oldest city in Morocco, sneaking into its streets and narrow streets. We will begin to explore the site at the entrance to the Royal Palace, followed by the Jewish headquarters where the first Mellah was built in Morocco, in the mid-16th century. We will make sure you visit all the sites that are of cultural and historical interest, including the famous Al Qaraouine University, the oldest in the region.
We will also visit the Tanneries, the Attarine Museum, and the Moulay Idriss mausoleum. After lunch, you will visit many different co-operatives and, you will get a great panoramic view throughout the Medina of Fes before the end of the night at your Hotel
A spectacular drive through this fascinating country will take you to Marrakesh, beautifully situated on an oasis, also known as the “Red City” with its red walls and red stone buildings.
The morning tour of this beautiful city begins with the 16th century Saadian Tombs, where Saadia royalty finds their final resting place. Continue to Koutoubia Minaret and the beautiful Bahia Palace. You will also have the opportunity to purchase authentic Moroccan Argan oil which is said to be rich in nutrients and beneficial antioxidants for the skin and hair, before roaming the bustling Medina to Djemaa el Fna Square, the city’s health center. After that, you can probably join the camel movement of choice.
Feel the peace of Palmeraie, a palm oasis outside Marrakesh, as you walk in the Berber style through the valley of the green palm trees in the drama. The rest of the day is yours for private acquisition. Tonight, a horseback ride of your choice takes you to the night streets of Marrakesh, the last of the popular restaurants. A Moroccan dinner is served while you listen to live music and watch a good belly dance fast at night
Return to Casablanca and join your local guide, on a panoramic drive, which includes a visit to the Hassan II Mosque, a beautiful monument designed for the end of the century. Tonight, a farewell dinner at one of Casablanca’s most exciting restaurants celebrates your Moroccan Escape
Your Moroccan holiday ends with breakfast this morning.
- Private air-conditioned vehicle
- knowledgeable certified tour guide
- Private English speaking driver
- Premium class accommodation
- Daily breakfasts & some dinners
- Entrance fees to historical sites/museums
- Departure transfer
Prices are on request and depend on your chosen accommodation and services as well as the time of travel.