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Customized stays will be organized to offer to The Conference of Parties (COP22) participants the opportunity to discover Moroccan culture & Traditions.

Marrakech City Tour

Tour Duration: Half (½) Day

MENARA GARDENS

The magnificent Menara gardens which cover an area of 250 acres, are planted with olive trees. The large central lake, dating from the 12th century, is fed by a network of irrigation channels. At the water's edge, a small Saadian pavilion was used for the sultan's romantic pleasures.

 

 

 

KOUTOUBIA MOSQUE

One of the best examples of Moorish art, combining apparent simplicity with superb craftsmanship and restrained luxury. Its minaret, 252 feet high is certainly one of the most impressive sights in Marrakesh.

 

 

BAHIA PALACE

This magnificent palace, built among 2 acres of lush and exotic gardens is a combination of ancient culture and luxury. The inner courtyards are surrounded by many luxurious rooms of the palace.

 

 

SAADIEN TOMBES

The Saadian tombs in Marrakech date back from the time of the sultan Ahmad al-Mansur (1578-1603). The tombs were only recently discovered (in 1917) and were restored by the Beaux-arts service. The tombs have, because of the beauty of their decoration, been a major attraction for visitors of Marrakech.

 

 

Including ...

• Transportation by bus, minibus or car, depending on the number of person.
• Professional guide.
• Monument fees.

 

Visit of Djemaa El Fna Square & Souks

Tour Duration: Half (½) Day

 

One of the main attractions of Marrakesh. This traditional meeting place for peasants and merchants has become the heart of Marrakesh. In the morning, this vast square, bordered by shops and workshops, is crowded with fruit and spice sellers, basket sellers, ironmongers and barbers. In the afternoon and in the evening hours the musicians, story-tellers, snake charmers and entertainers with performing monkeys fill this square turning it into a live theater.

Including ...

• Transportation by bus, minibus or car, depending on the number of person.
• Professional guide.
• Lunch at the Médina.

 

Marrakech Country Side

 

Essaouira Full Day (170KM 2h30 drive)

 

The town of Essaouira stands on a peninsula that is permanently swept by the trade winds. The best way to see Essaouira, the blue and white town, is on foot. Inside the 18th century fortified city walls, interesting architectural features include gates and windows with intricately carved decoration. The port of Essaouira is situated at the foot of the town's walls and at the end of a beautiful long sandy beach. With its gaily painted fishing boats and brightly coloured nets piled up on the quayside, it is a bustling and attractive place. In 1949, Orson Wells chose the imposing battlement of Essaouira as the setting for the outside shots of Othello, the film of the Shakespearean tragedy. This city is also well known by its festival of Gnaoua (a kind of jazz) which has began to take place each year

 

Fez City Tour (2DAYS/1NIGHT)

 

Day 1 (Marrakech - Fes)

After breakfast, drive crossing the Atlas mountains starts with an alternation of landscapes; limestones, cascades, volcanic peaks, huge and darks cedar forests, green oak trees. Arriving to Beni Mellal, which is at 625 m altitude at the heart of the Atlas, an agricultural market and commercial centre reveals itself. Beni Mellal is also a small town special for the olive grove belt surrounding it. Lunch at Tazekount Hotel then continue to Fes Via IFrane: a wonderful ski resort Dinner and Overnight at Hotel.

(Fes - Casablanca - Marrakech)

Cradle of thousand years of monarchy, Fez contains memories of 12 centuries of history and expresses the refined Hispano-Moorish culture. It is the spiritual and cultural Moroccan traditional centre. Fez is a multifarious city; unique by its splendour. Fez is a network of winding alleys that can hardly be unravelled. Movement, noise, shouting, smell of tanned leather, delicate aroma of oriental perfumes, barbecues, sweet pastry all this is the imperial city. And few steps further from the Nejjarrine fountain you can detect a cedar smell from the carpenters district. The alleys are also lined with places of study or prayers just like the Moulay Idriss Zaouîa; the most important Saint site in Morocco. Lunch at leisure Drive to Marrakech via Casablanca.

 

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