DESCRIPTION:

Morocco imperial cities tour are  highlights of any Morocco travel experience. The focus here is on Fez tours and Marrakech tours, with stops in Casablanca, Meknes and Rabat.

This Morocco tour is guaranteed to operate with a minimum of 2 passengers.

PROGRAM:

DAY 1 – CASABLANCA
Upon arrival in Casablanca, you will be transferred to your hotel.

DAY 2 – FEZ
Casablanca city tour includes the old medina, Place Mohamed V, United Nations Square, the League of Arab States Park, and the magnificent Hassan II Mosque. Drive to Rabat. Sightseeing in this capital city includes the old Medina, the Kasbah of the Oudayas, the Oudaya Gate, the Hassan Tower, the Chellah, and the Mausoleum of Mohamed V. Drive to Meknes and see the old ramparts, the Agoudal Basin, the Moulay Ismail royal stables, Bab el Mansour and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. Continue to Fez.

DAY 3 – FEZ
Your tour of Fez includes the old and new medinas, the 14th century religious schools Bou Inania and Attarine, the impressive labyrinth of souks and the Arts Museum of Batha.

DAY 4 – MARRAKECH
Set out across the Middle Atlas mountains to visit Marrakech. It’s a rather long day trip but very enjoyable due to the numerous changes of the scenery: fertile valleys, mountains and hills, farming areas, or long stretches of pastureland scattered with villages.

DAY 5 – MARRAKECH
A full day of sightseeing in Marrakech includes the Menara Gardens, the old medina, the Koutoubia Minaret, the Bahia Palace, the Majorelle Botanical Gardens and Jemaa El Fna Square.

DAY 6 – MARRAKECH
Day at leisure.

DAY 7 –
You will be transferred to Marrakech airport for your flight

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Casablanca International Airport
INCLUDED • 6 nights hotel, with buffet breakfast daily.
• Private transfers.
• 4 days of private touring in an air-conditioned car or van, with a driver and local, licensed guides, as per the itinerary.
• Entrance fees, as per itinerary.
• Baggage handling at airport and hotels.
• Hotel service fees and taxes.
• Ya’lla Tours travel bag and information kit.
NOT INCLUDED • Travel insurance, highly recommended.
• Airfare.
• Meals other than specified.
• Personal expenses.
• Departure taxes.
• Tips to guides, drivers, hotel porters, etc.

Priced from $1,395 per person in a double room

This is one of our private Morocco tours. Travel with your driver by private car or van and meet your private guide at points of interest.

Climate
Morocco has a Mediterranean climate, and is warm and sunny for most of the year. On the
coast, the winter is cool with some rain, while the summer is sunny and mild. The mountain
ranges have cold winters and fairly hot, dry summers. Inland, the summers are hotter the further south you go and the winters warmer.

Documentation
A passport, valid for at least six months after date of return to the U.S., is required for entry
into Morocco. An entry visa is not required for American tourists traveling in Morocco for
less than 90 days.

Shots

No immunization is required to visit the main tourist areas of Morocco. Contact health authorities for the latest information.

Language
Morocco’s official language is Arabic, with Berber dialects widely spoken in rural areas. French is often the language of business, government and diplomacy and is widely spoken, especially in the larger cities. Spanish is widely spoken in northern cities. English is also widely spoken in the larger cities.

Dress
Morocco is quite conservative with regards to dress, so it is best for both men and women to keep shoulders and legs fairly well covered; when visiting religious sites, this is mandatory. Loose, flowing garments in natural fibers (cotton, linen) are ideal for the summer heat. Shorts are tolerated at tourist sites, but should be knee length. In winter, layering is the best way to transition from mild days to cool nights. Desert nights in any season can be very cold; if your tour includes an overnight in the desert, bring warm, soft clothing

(including a hat and gloves) that can be slept in comfortably.

Currency
The currency of Morocco is the Dirham.

Electricity
Electrical current in Morocco is 220 volts in most buildings, 110 in some older structures, with 2 pin round plugs. Use of American electrical appliances requires an electrical converter and plug adapter.

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