Free day in FEZ. Upon entering the streets of the medina (old town) feel that the time back: the guild structure is still present in the workplace, the narrowness of the streets does not allow other means of transport as donkeys and a constant tingling of people move through the maze of narrow streets in the middle of which will surprise neighborhoods such as Andalusians and magnificent mosques and Koranic schools. Fez has always been associated with the study and religion, and remains the spiritual capital of Morocco. After visiting the medina, another option is to walk aimlessly through the streets of Fez-Jdid, which houses the royal palace, the mellah (Jewish) and the oldest mosque in Fez.
Arrival at the airport and the center of the medina of Fez, Morocco’s cultural capital.
Free day in FEZ. Upon entering the streets of the medina (old town) feel that the time back: the guild structure is still present in the workplace, the narrowness of the streets does not allow other means of transport as donkeys and a constant tingling of people move through the maze of narrow streets in the middle of which will surprise neighborhoods such as Andalusians and magnificent mosques and Koranic schools. Fez has always been associated with the study and religion, and remains the spiritual capital of Morocco. After visiting the medina, another option is to walk aimlessly through the streets of Fez-Jdid, which houses the royal palace, the mellah (Jewish) and the oldest mosque in Fez. Hotel accommodation as selected hotel category.
After breakfast, departure to Midelt through the mountains and cedar forests of the Middle Atlas. Step by Ifrane, a charming ski resort and Azrou, an important center for specialized craft in the work of cedar wood. After step Zad (2178m / 7146ft), we arrive at Midelt for lunch. In the afternoon, we descend towards Erfoud Errachidia and the Ziz Valley, dotted with palm trees. Continue to the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. Dinner and overnight at hotel in Merzouga .
This will be a stage where after breakfast, we travel another of the tracks they used for “Paris-Dakar Rally, visiting the desert nomads who take tea and see the oasis where they filmed some movies like” Sahara “starring by Penelope Cruz. Then visit the town of “khamlia “, that famous from its desert music ” Gnawa” very traditional playing with jenbi , Hajhouj And drums. And after eating will change the traction of 4×4 for the animal traction. The dromedaries us into the desert dunes to watch a sunset to remember. Tonight will be special, we sleep in the dunes in nomadic tents (James), as do the Berbers. Here Berber enjoy dinner, music and a starry night you will never forget. Dinner and night in a tents .
Dawn a little to climb the dunes before sunrise, a spectacle like no other. An interesting excursion can be done on foot or by camel. After breakfast we went back into the 4×4 to explore the Hamada (stony desert), where from time to time appear dunes and palm trees, small oases where life takes shape. In just over 2 hours you can reach Tineghir, the more lush oasis of the south from where you can access the Todra Gorges. Time to walk through the oasis, watching their crops and irrigation systems, and to walk part of the throat in a unique way. Dinner and overnight at a hotel/auberge .
Continuing along the path of the Kasbah, may deviate into the Dades Valley, Kasbah will find some of the most beautiful in Skoura. Leaving Ouarzazate back, head to Ait Benhaddou, one of the largest kasbahs around the south, that keeps some parts well preserved thanks to the fact of having become the setting for many movies. Sleep in a hotel right in front of the Kasbah, so that we can visit her quiet and out of the busiest times for visitors. Dinner and overnight at hotel near the kasbah Ait Benhaddou.
The trip is a series of strengthsThis day is one of them. The 200 km between Marrakesh Ouarzazate run through the High Atlas. The road must be traveled slowly, for its beauty and because it is a mountain pass that crosses the Atlas to about 2.300m. Rounding out the spectacular day, do the road following the old caravan route linking the two cities Ounila Valley, where there kasbahs built in caves and we will also visit the Telouet. Finally, arrival in Marrakech.
Free day in Marrakech, a city famous for its Jemaa el Fna, which will occupy much of our time: an amalgam of aroms, sounds and sensations unique. The city also has plenty of places you wander and enjoy: Gardens Majorelle, Menara, Tombs Saadianas, walks or the mellah medina (the old Jewish quarter), the route of the walls and the modern city (Gueliz) with Western lifestyles. Hotel accommodation as selected hotel category.
At the agreed time, transfer to airport and return flight home. End of our services.
Hola Yunes, Soy Anabel, la profesora de Murcia, amiga de Alba y Kco, que estuvo hace poco en Marruecos. He de decirte que ha sido un viaje inolvidable y que tu país me ha encantado.Después del desierto y de despedirnos de ti, los ánimos estaban un poco bajos, pero nos encantó también la zona de las cascadas de Ouzoud, Volubilis y Marrakech. Aunque ya sabes que el desierto es lo mejor. Gracias por aquellos días tan maravillosos. Sucran por todo, amigo. Juan y yo te estamos muy agradecidos por todo. Un saludo,
He estado en Marruecos en 4 ocasiones, y quería enseñar este maravilloso país a mis padres. La gente de AfricaAventuras preparó el viaje perfecto. La ruta muy bien elegida, los hoteles fantásticos, el desierto inolvidable... y siempre tratados como de la familia por Youness, Yussef y Luis. Moltes gràcies per tot. Fins aviat!
I am absolutely amazed with the treatment received by Africa Aventura during our stay in Morocco. Yunes has been not only a tour guide, but also a storyteller (he is an open book, you can talk with him of whatever you want to know), a waiter, a photographer, a mediator, a 24 hours personal assistant and a long etc. From the first day till the last one, he has accompanied us at every moment: In hotels: he has kept abreast of every detail, from reception, when he helped us to bring the luggage to the bedroom, to show us how to switch the air conditioned on, or even to give us towels at the swimming pool when we realized we had forgotten them. At meals: Yunes seated with us (we invited him to do so) like one more, but he was not relaxed like us because he was checking out that absolutely everything was perfect. If you needed something and the waiter was not close to asking for it, he stopped eating to bring you that thing. I remember when there were crepes to have for dessert and they were so delicious that I wanted to repeat. Then he gave me his. By the way, were couldn’t believe it when he took us to his own house where her mother cooked for us during the whole morning (the best cous-cous I have ever tried for sure). During transfers: Yunes came with us in our cars (we didn’t rent any) and he guided the route while explaining what the landscape offered. Also how people dressed, the differences between one looks and others, etc., etc. During activities: He organized everything too. He stayed even until the party in haimas reached his end just to make sure everything was okay (actually he was really tired because he wakes up at 4:30am to pray and then he never stops, but even that, he is always the last one lying down). At the time of purchases: Yunes took us to very good places, not only for the quality, but also taking in to account to whom the money was destined. To give an example, we saw many scarves shops, but he recommended us to buy them to a woman and her daughters, who started a kind of project to help the women involved. In definitely, Yunes has been the most incredible trip partner (I cannot say guide, it would not be fair) I have ever known. And now, I am sure I can say that a new friend has come into my life. Thank you Yunes, this trip without you wouldn’t be absolutely the same… Don’t ever change! You’re incredible!
Muchas gracias al equipo que compone africa aventuras,el chofer de lo mejor que hemos tenido y muy entregado a nosotros un 10 , y Yunes un profesional del turismo por Marruecos nos a tratado genial y la ruta muy satifactoria ,seguro que pronto volveremos para hacer otra ruta pendiente. Fuertes Abrazos amigos