Upon arrival in Tangier, depending arrive by ferry or plane, you will find our Moroccan driver that will meet you and take you to Rabat, an old imperial Capital of domes and minarets, sweeping terraces, wide avenues and green spaces. You travel via Larache which is actually, both Andalusion and Arab town in the Atlantic coast.
Once in Rabat, a guided city tour to the main attractions is scheduled: The picturesque Oudaia Kasbah, The Medina, which countains the city’s souks, bounded by Almohad ramparts and by the 17th-century Andalusion Wall. Continue your tour to the Hassan Tower, Mausoleum of Mohammed V and the Chella Necropolis where the Roman and Islamic ruins lie side by side whispering endless stories of centuries past.
Day 2: Volubilis – Meknes
After breakfast, Depart Rabat along vast agricultural fields to the second imperial city of Meknes to take pictures of the massive Bab El Mansour gate. The city tour of Meknes includes the Harri Souani stables, the old medina and the beautiful royal palace. Then continue on to the sacred city of Mouly Idriss. You will have some time to rest at this beautiful small city before visiting the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Volubilis is a truly impressive setting selected by UNESCO as a cultural heritage site for humanity. After your visit depart for the great city of Fes for overnight.
Day 3: Fes – Guided visit
Enjoy a full day tour of Fes with a local guide. Fes is the oldest of Morocco’s Imperial cities. It is the embodiment of the country’s history and its spitual and religious capital, and has been declared a World Heritage Site By UNESCO. The city’s numerous monuments have thousands of stories to tell visitors, the Jemaa Karaouine (the first university to be established in the world), The Mederssa Bounania, the El tanneries and artisan quarters and the fascinating souks are just some of the many places to see. Overnight in Fes
Day 4: Chefchaouen – Tangier
After breakfast, you will leave to Tangier through the farmland, and small villages before you reach the impressive Rif Mountains. On the way, you will visit the white town of Chefchaouen which nestles in the hollow of the two mountains – Ech-Chaoua (The Horns) – from which it takes its name. Steep narrow streets with white and indigo lime washed buildings, small squares, ornate fountains and houses with elaborately decorated doorways and red tile roofs make this a delightful town.
Enjoy your lunch in one of the traditional Restaurant with its atmospheric view over the Ech-Chaoua Mountains. In the afternoon, drop off into Tangier