Morocco, referred to as “Kingdom of the West”, is distinguished by its rugged mountainous interior, huge portion of desert, and lengthy coastline along the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. The climate ranges from humid temperate near Mediterranean coasts, wintry at alpine heights of the Rif Mountains and Middle Atlas Mountains, to very dry and hot deserts.
Come and join us to explore the highlighted areas to learn more about the Moroccan way of living with camel riding, shopping, and many more!
01. SINGAPORE PARIS (AF257-2235/0600+01)
Take a night flight to French Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and transit to Casablanca.
02. PARIS CASABLANCA RABAT
Upon arrival at Casablanca, the local representative will bring you around to see marvels and amazing architectures that represents Moroccan Art Deco, such as Mohammed V Square, Quartier Habous, Kabash des Ouidaias, and Mausoleum of Mohammed V.
(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
03. RABAT CAPE SPARTEL CHEFCHAOUEN
Feeling blue? Then join us to see the infamous tourist spot, Chefchaouen! This blue-washed town will turn your frown upside down. Simply known as “Blue City” by Pinterest and Instagram addicts, take this opportunity to shoot some aesthetically pleasing pictures and selfies while you are at it. Be sure to tag us on Instagram (@ikc_travel) with those perfect selfies.
Visit Spanish Mosquée which sits alone on a hill overlooking Chefchaouen to the East. This mosque brings vintage and historical vibes. Curious souls may take a chance to look around and appreciate the simple structure.
Getting tired of looking at buildings? Then head to Grottes d’Hercule, also known as the Caves of Hercules. Carved by the sea, this magnificent cave has a cleft that is shaped like a reversed map of Africa. Join us to see it with your own eyes.
04. CHEFCHAOUEN FEZ
Goodbye Chefchaouen, hello Fez! Preserved with care, Medina of Fez compromises of numerous monumental buildings, storing the memory of the capital during the Idrisid dynasty between 789 and 808 A.D. One of the famous architectural remains is the Madrasa Bou Inania. This madrasa functions for both educational and religious purposes. What makes this madrasa unique? It is the last madrasa to be built by the Marinids, granting it the status of “Grand Mosque“.
What is Fez known for? Leather. Here in the leather tanneries, you get the chance to witness the process of how leather is made. Do not forget to buy some of the rare high quality leather from the leather bazaar (souq).
05. FEZ IFRANE MIDELT MERZOUGA
Fill yourself up with a hearty breakfast because you will take this journey to the Merzouga desert. Halfway in your journey, you will stop at Ifrane for lunch and Midelt, known for their fossils and rocks. Afterwards, enjoy a camel ride to see the stunning sand dunes of Merzouga. Stay a night in Berber camp and enjoy a sky full of stars.
06. MERZOUGA KELAA DES MGOUNA
Continue your journey to Rissani, a traditional Morocco market. Buy some souvenirs or memento to treasure this journey with you or share with your friends. Love the scent of roses? Then you will definitely love Kelaa des Mgouna, the center of rose production, with two large factories for rose water. Relax, have a look, and get some exquisite rose products.
07. KELAA DES MGOUNA
Come and see one of the most spectacular canyons, Todra Gorge. Carved by the Todra and Dades Rivers, this canyon stretches up to 25 miles through the mountains. Next, visit Ouazazate, the largest town in the Moroccan Sahara. This town is also known as The Door of The Desert, its well-known for being a location for film-making for movies and TV shows.
Finally, your final destination, Marrakesh, one of Morocco’s four imperial cities. Today, it is one of the busiest cities in Africa and serves as a major economic center. Come and explore the majestic structures, like Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque, and Jardin Majorelle. And last but not least, give Jamaa el-Fnaa a visit to shop for souvenirs.
09. MARRAKECH PARIS SINGAPORE
Meals & sightseeing as per itinerary
English speaking tour guide
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