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* Day family trip to Morocco in March

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We are a family of four with older teenage kids. The plan is as follows:

Fly into Tangier from the US and stay there two nights- Sat and Sunday. Then fly to Marrakech on Monday morning (I have found a good fare with a one hour stop in Casablanca getting into RAK by 11.15 am). Stay there two nights and the entire day Wednesday. Take the 9,00 pm overnight train to Fez getting there at 7.30 am on Thursday. Spend two nights in Fez. Hire a car/driver to drive us to Tangier on Saturday morning for our 1 pm flight. I think leaving by 7 am should get us to the airport no later than 11 am. Perhaps leave 30 minutes earlier.

Please give me any comments and advice on this itinerary. Is it worth staying the extra night in Tangier or should I move that night to Fez. I thought about a road transfer with an overnight stop somewhere from Marrakech to Fez and although that will allow us to experience the desert I thought it we did not have enough time and could do a day trip to the desert from either Marrakech or Fez.

thanks.

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