You will devote your morning to the exploration of Marrakech’s many historical sites, including the Saadian Tombs, the Dar Si Said Museum, the Menara Gardens, and the city’s focal point: the 12th century Koutoubia Minaret. After lunch, you will have an opportunity to visit the souks, a plethora of alleyways with multicolored shops, and the Jamaa El Fna Square, where snake charmers, acrobats, and fortune-tellers put on a never-ending show. You will conclude your day with dinner at your hotel.
Departure to Ouarzazate Through the Tizi-N-Tichka pass (2260m).You will discover a remarkable region characterized by the magnificence, beauty of its landscapes dominated by Berber villages and thier farms.Before arrive Ouarzazate you will, visit the kasbah of Ait Benhadou (the world heritage site) and continue to Ouarzazate” The Hollywood of Africa” where you will visit the Atlas Studios and the Taourirt Kasbah. You will conclude your day with dinner and other accommodations at your stay.
After breakfast you will continue the road through Dades Valley, set off towards Todra Gorges, lunch in the right place then Carry on the road to Merzouga across Jorf palm Trees and the town of Erfoud where you will visit the workshop production of marble fossils. Arrive at the impressive dunes of Merzouga. from which you depart by 4×4 to Khamelia Where you meet Maalem Zaid and his bands Les Pigeon du Sud; you will enjoy the Gnaoua Music then you will leave to Erg Chabi. You have to choose between staying at Kasbah, or ride the camels to spend the night in the heart of the Sahara. Dinner and overnight under a nomad tent.
After an early breakfast and the camel trek out of the dunes, you will have a free day to relax at your hotel in Midelt, Diner and Overnight at your hotel.
Your journey today takes you through the small towns of Errachidia en route to Imilchil. In this village, life is hard and locals are raised with a strong sense of culture and tradition. Not many outsiders come to this desolate Moroccan village, as the road that leads here is long, rough and almost inaccessible Diner and Overnight at your hotel.
Day at leisure to enjoy the Imilchil Festival.
Even though the Imilchil Festival is a wedding festival, it is not a wedding venue and no-one gets married during this time. It is a Moroccan event that commemorates the love, the heartache and the tragedy that befell two lovers many years ago. According to legend, the lovers came from two Berber tribes that lived in the Atlas Mountains. As expected, their parents did not approve of the romance and forbade them from getting married. Torn between their families and the thought of a lifetime without each other, Tislet and Isli decided to drown themselves in the lakes nearby. But their story does not end there. They were unable to unite in death, as the mountain that separates the two lakes also separates their spirits, leaving them to yearn for each other in death as they had in life. After this event, families of the different tribes decided that both men and women would be able to choose their own life partner.
Your journey today takes you through the Atlas Mountain en route to Fez. Stop at Lac Aoua for lunch. This area is classic Berber country, the people being semi-nomadic, owning homes but, spending a great deal of time following their flocks. This drive takes approximately 5 hours. You will conclude your day with dinner at your Riad.
Start the historic discovery by a visit to the Mellah, the King's palace and the Bat'ha museum of Moroccan arts then from a principal gate you will start your walking experience of the Medina, the fascinating walled city with its incredible maze of medieval twisting alleys, blind turns, mosques, shrines, fountains, workshops and every conceivable kind of traditional market. Lunch served in a typical Moroccan restaurant. Continue visiting and shopping in the afternoon, dinner will be at the hotel.
In the morning, you will travel to the Mohamed V Airport for your flight back home.