5 Nights & 6 Days Morocco

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  • Day 1: Arrival at the Casablanca airport, meet & assist with your English-speaking professional tour guide.
  • Day 2: Today you will discover Rabat with its long and magnificent history.
  • Day 3: With your tour guide, walk through the maze-like old city, known as Fes el Bali and visit Sidi Ahmed al-Tijani Zawiya.
  • Day 4: Travel to Marrakech, visit Jamaa El Fna Square
  • Day 5: Visit to Menara Garden, Darih Syekh Mohamed Ben Slimane al-Jazouli (Pengarang Kitab Dalail Al Khairat), the Saadien Tombs. Time for optional visits to some famous museums of Marrakech.
  • Day 6: Departure day.

 

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Arrival at the Casablanca airport, meet & assist with your English-speaking professional tour guide who will accompany you during your whole stay in Morocco. Before to take away to Rabat, you will enjoy a short visit of the economical capital of Morocco “Casablanca” Hassan 2 Mosque a flamboyant building that was built to commemorate the former king’s 60th birthday. Set on an outcrop jutting over the ocean and with a 210m-tall minaret that serves as the city’s major landmark, it is a showcase of the very best Moroccan artisanship.
Meeting in the lobby with your tour guide, you will discover Rabat. Rabat’s history is variedly long, from the collapse of Almohads to become the heaven of the Barbary pirates, to its establishment as the administrative center for the French occupation until finally becoming the capital of Morocco after the independence. It has a great amount
of the elegant Arab monuments, some dating from Almohads and Merenid dynasties. Leave your luggage in the bus, and with your tour guide spends your time walking through the city’s old medina, Hassan Tour & Royal Palace. And you will continue your way to Volubilis a world heritage, that was once a provincial Roman Capital, and the remains make an indisputable gorgeous sight. Once arrived, with your tour guide, take a tour around the ruins.
Please remember to pack drinking water, hat, sunglasses and sun cream as it might get hot and you will be exposed to the sun. Without forgetting your camera to take amazing memorable pictures of the beautiful mosaics along the Decumanus Maximus. Later, after the two-hours’ drive to the spiritual and cultural capital of Morocco, Fes where you will be staying two nights.
With your tour guide, walk through the maze-like old city, known as Fes el Bali. Go back in time into the Middle Ages of the Medina, which is busy with marketers, craftsmen, mosques and tanneries. The old medina’s narrow alleys are filled with shops, motorbikes and donkeys piled high with goods is one of the largest car-free urban zones in the world.During this special Tour you will visit Sidi Ahmed al-Tijani Zawiya (Founder of Tareq at Tijaniyah/Sholawat Al Fatah), zawiya is an Islamic religious complex building for education and commemoration, the building is located inside Fes el Bali, the old medina quarter of the city. More specifically, it is situated in the Al-Blida neighborhood, close to the University of Al Quaraouiyine.It is dedicated to the founder of the Tijaniyyah tariqa from the 18th century, Sheikh Ahmad al-Tijani who is buried in the site. It is among the several other zawiyas dedicated to Al-Tijani.The complex is distinguishable from highly ornamented facades facing the street, and a minaret in turquoise color. Pilgrims have for many years come here from across west Africa. Often on their way to Mecca. Tijani, Who died in fesin 1815, has millions of followers around the worl. Then Abu Bakr
Ibnu Al Arabi (Author of Ahkamul Quran Book), Old Mosque Al Qurawiyin And Kholwat Ibnu Khaldun Place; And of course the Tomb of Moulay Idriss, the Founder of Fes and Great Grandson of the prophet Muhammad. Muslim travelers will be able to enter the sites. After a lunch break, departure to Meknes, turned from a provincial town to an eye-catching city by Sultan Moulay Ismail which later became the Capital city, located in the middle atlas region, it welcomes fewer tourists than its neighbor Fes. With your tour guide, visit Bab El Mansour the gate of entrance to Meknes, Place El Hedim, and Moulay Ismail Mausoleum which was built in 1793. And continuation to the venerated citadel of moulay Idriss, Founded in the 8th century
by moulay Idriss Al Akbar, Grandson of the prophet Mohamed, it’s spread over two hill sat the base of Mount Zerhoun.
Check-out & Get on the bus for a six hours ride to Marrakech, an ancient, exotics city wrapped in European modernity. Marrakech’s heady sights and sounds will dazzle, frazzle and enchant which is a feast for the senses. Put on your babouches (leather slippers) and dive right in the captivating scents and intense colors of the spice markets, the sound of musicians, the rich folds of carpets and appetizing foods. After checking in the hotel and having a two hours rest with your tour guide, you will discover Jamaa El Fna Square. Walking tour at the famous Jemaa el Fna, one of the most unique and large public areas in the world. At night the square is always buzzing with activities. Henna tattooist, performers, snake charmers, dancing-boys, story-tellers, magicians, and peddlers of traditional medicines. Jemaa El Fnaa is a square and marketplace in Marrakesh’s medina quarter(old city). It remains the main square of Marrakesh, used by locals and tourists. The spectacle of Jamaa el Fna is repeated daily and each day it is different. Everything changes voices, sounds, gestures, the public which sees, listens, smells, tastes, touches. The oral tradition is framed by one much vaster — that we can call intangible.
It’s recognized by UNESCO since 2001
After breakfast at the hotel today you will be having a packed day with a little free time for souvenirs shopping. With your tour guide, you will start by Menara Garden, and continuation to Darih Syekh
Mohamed Ben Slimane al-Jazouli (Pengarang Kitab Dalail Al Khairat), and 150M walking distance visit the Saadien Tombs, near the Kasbah Mosque. Saadian Sultan Ahmed Al Mansour Ed Dahbi spared no expense on his tomb, Importing Italian Carrara Marble and gilding Honeycomb Muqarnas (Decorative Plasterwork) with pure gold to make the chamber of the 12 pillars a suitably glorious mausoleum. After Saadiens Tombs, visit Syekh Qadiiyad (Author of the Huquq Al Mustafa Book). Dhuhr will beat the Koutoubia Mosque. Lunch at local Moroccan restaurant. And ASR Prayer and ziyarat will beat Maqam Syekh Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Haq Al Tabba, one of the seven holy Maqams of Marrakech. In the option to have a free time for Shopping or for a visit to one of the following museums: the Berber museum of Majorelle Garden, Secret Garden, Dar El Bacha Museum. Overnight in Marrakech.
Your Morocco adventure comes to an end today. Check-out time is usually around midday, after the check-out you will head to the airport for your trip back home.