GRAND TOUR TO MOROCCO - Sahara Desert, Marrakech, Rabat and Fez - from Spain.
Visit Casablanca- Rabat - Marrakech - The big Atlas - Aït Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate - Tinerghir - Rissani - Merzouga (Sáhara) - Erfoud - The middle Atlas - Azrou - Ifrane - Fez and Chefchaouen.
Lodging in 4* hotels and Bereber tent in Sahara Desert.
The Grand Tour to Morocco -Sahara, Marrakech, Rabat and Fez- from Tarifa is the most complete trip to Morocco that you can do. In 7 days you'll visit the main locations and cities in Morocco.
We are going to start our Grand Tour to Morocco from Spain visiting Rabat. The capital of the kingdom of Morocco,
After that, we will visit Marrakech, the red city, probably the most famous and touristic city in Morocco. We will visit the outerskirts of the Kutubía, The twin tower of the Giralda (in Seville) and Menara gardens. After that we will visit the Bay Palace. Free evening to enjoy a sunset at the Jmaa el Fna square, where there are live shows and shops every night.
Be amazed discovering the oasis and kasbahs from the south of Morocco within your travel to Sahara.
Live the adventure of the Sahara desert, spend the night under a sea of stars in a camp at the foot of the dunes and discover the immensity of the desert as an authentic Berber riding on a camel. You will live an experience that you will remember all your life!
Go through the majestic Boulmane de Dades canyon and the Todra natural pass to discover the charismatic old city of Aït Ben Haddou. You will be impressed when you visit Fez and its famous medina, the biggest one along the islamic culture. With more than 9500 streets inside the medina, you will feel the daily life and their typical Moroccan lifestyle that hasn't changed in the last 200 years.
There is no doubt, the Grand Tour to Morocco Casablanca, Sahara, Marrakech, Rabat and Fez- from Spain is the most complete and impressive travel that you can do in Morocco!
Do not miss the chance to discover Morocco with this tour that will turn into a vital experience!!!
Small groups, maximum 15 people. Except New Year's Eve, Easter, July and August.