You will fly to Casablanca, the biggest city in Morocco. The movie Casablanca has made this city of white world-famous. Casablanca literally means white palace in Spanish. Upon arrival, you will check in a hotel and take a rest to recover from the jet lag.
You will leave Casablanca for Rabat along the coast. Built in 18th century as the capital of Morocco, Rabat is a paradise for travel and a perfect summer resort. When you enter that city, you can’t miss visiting those amazing places, such as Royal Palace, Hassan Tower and Kasbah of Oudayas. Later, you may proceed to Meknes for many sightseeing like Monumental Gates, Mosque, Palace and city wall. After the visit, you will move on to Fes.
Being the third largest city in Morocco, Fes is the local political, economical and cultural center with time-honored history and culture. As the oldest imperial city of Morocco and a classical city in middle ages, Fes is not only a religious shrine and culture exchange center, but also a holy spiritual world for Moroccans. The city tour will begin in the morning.
Today, you will head to the heartland of Morocco. The tour in the morning will be taken at the famous mountain resort built by the French--Ifrane, a place with amazing landscape of mountains. Meanwhile, you will have the chance to visit the grand Ziz Gorges. Later, you may arrive in Er-Rachidia, which was once in the control of French Foreign Legion. After that, continue your tour to Erfoud.
One important spot in today’s schedule is the tomb of Moulay Ali Sharif, who is the first ruler in Alaouite Dynasty. In the evening, you will head to visit the desert.
Through the big slope of the eastern Atlas Mountains in the morning, you will reach an oasis named Tinerhir, a green valley decorated with villages and palm trees. Going to the north, you will get to the Todra Gorges, a place which will strike every visitor with picturesque river valley. Walking here for some time, you must be lost in the beauty of southeastern Morocco. Then, you will travel westward to Ouarzazate, the movie capital of Morocco along the Dades Valley.
Since many famous movies are shot here, Ouarzazate is also hailed as the Hollywood of Africa. And today, you will get to know this city with the footsteps of movies. Then, you will leave for an ancient city--Ait Benhaddou, which rises out of the golden yellow hills. Tourists can enjoy the scenery from above high with a widening view. Those unrepaired city walls present unattainable beauty after the erosion and etch of years of time. Maybe just this kind of undisturbed and independent solitude attracts many movie directors to take pictures here. After that, you will arrive at Marrakech finally by way of Tizi-n-Tichka Pass.
Marrakech is like an inland magnet, attracting a great number of camel teams from the South. In the eyes of them, this oasis is the most beautiful city they have ever met. Nowadays, Marrakech is so appealing that countless tourists come here to explore the legends and mysteries of the Middle Ages. Marrakech literally means red, so it is also called the red city as one of the most important ancient cities in Morocco’s history. Here you can feast your eyes by visiting many most important scenic spots.
Today you will leave Marrakech for Casablanca. On arrival in the afternoon, you will take a city tour to visit the Mosque of Hassan II, which is one of the biggest mosques in the world.
After free activities in the morning, you will go to the airport and fly back home.