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The Charms of Morocco

7 days & 6 nights, Private Journey

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Pricing from: $3,450

Fez & Marrakech

The North African land of Morocco boasts landscapes of stunning natural beauty and an extraordinarily rich cultural heritage. Discover the best of this magical land, including the souqs and thousand-year-old labyrinthine medinas of fabled Fez, the fantastic gardens and palaces of Marrakech and the rugged mountain landscapes of the Atlas Mountains. As you travel through the country, relish the flavors of one of the world's great cuisines while spending your nights in some of Morocco's traditional riads.

  • Day 1
    Arrive Casablanca / To Fez

    Upon arrival in Casablanca, you will be welcomed by your Cox & Kings local representative. Embark upon a scenic drive of approximately three hours to the royal city of Fez and check in to your riad (traditional Moroccan house with a garden courtyard). Enjoy the rest of the afternoon and evening at leisure. Enjoy dinner in one of the wonderful local restaurants.

    Riad Myra - 3 Nights
  • Day 2

    Drive through the Moroccan countryside, past fields of wheat, mint and mimosa and forests of cork, on your way to Meknes. A cultural center for more than ten centuries, Meknes boasts a fascinating medina (old city) and maze of streets filled with colorful stalls and architectural delights such as the intricately carved Bab el-Mansour. Continue to Moulay Idriss, Morocco's holiest city, and then on to the Roman ruins at Volubilis to see the Triumphal Arch and exquisite mosaics. Return to Fez late this afternoon and enjoy the evening at leisure.

    Riad Myra (B)
  • Day 3

    Fez el-Bali is the world's largest and most beautiful living medieval city. Tour the 14th- century Medersa Bou Inania (theological college), which is famous for its Koranic scriptures in stucco, zellij tiles and carved wood. Explore the 13th-century tanneries and henna and spice souqs (markets) as you wind your way through the labyrinth of streets and alleys, discovering hidden squares like the Place an-Nejjarine. Along the way, stop in at some of the traditional shops to enjoy a cup of mint tea and some friendly haggling over a piece of jewelry or a carpet.

    Riad Myra (B)
  • Day 4
    To Marrakech

    Traverse the Middle Atlas range with its landscape of Berber villages and ancient cedar forests on a leisurely drive. Stop for a picnic lunch in the Tadla region at Beni Mellal, famous for its oranges, grapefruits, apricots and figs. Late this afternoon, arrive in Marrakech, the cultural capital of southern Morocco.

    Riad Kniza - 3 Nights (B, L)
  • Day 5

    Today, tour the Saadian Tombs, elegant El Badi Palace and the 12th-century Koutoubia mosque, which is famed throughout the Arab world. Meander through the medina, exploring an endless procession of souqs, mosques and medersas. Just before sunset, visit the Djemaa el-Fna, the enormous square and atmospheric wonderland of torch-lit food stalls, snake charmers, storytellers and acrobats. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture this incredible display.

    Riad Kniza (B)
  • Day 6

    Venture outside the city limits and head for the hills to experience the majestic High Atlas Mountains. Savor lunch at the famed Residence de la Roseraie with its beautiful gardens overflowing with roses of every color imaginable. Return in the afternoon to Marrakech.

    Riad Kniza (B, L)
  • Day 7
    Depart Marrakech

    Bid farewell to Morocco today as you are escorted to the airport in Marrakech for your onward flight.


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