Africa & the Middle East Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Africa & the Middle East activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report the options furnished via the kit, users will also have the
  2. 2 Trip Report 2 Months in Ethiopia - My Experience
  3. 3 Morocco over Christmas
  4. 4 to be trained that they quite si
  5. 5 Itinerary Feedback: Kruger, Chobe, Victoria Falls, & Maasai Mara
  6. 6 Trip Report Top 5 late night food spots in Addis
  7. 7 http://thecracksoftwares.com/4k-video-downloader-4-1-license-key/
  8. 8 Luggage restrictions-Kenya? Diani Beach?
  9. 9 OR Tambo to Arathusa: Fly or Drive
  10. 10 Botswana - Mobile Safari Operator Recommendations?
  11. 11 Kruger/sabi sands reserve Vs. Botswana
  12. 12 Has anyone been to Zanzibar and got tips?
  13. 13 Trip Report Uganda, Rwanda, and Zanzibar-Brief Trip Report
  14. 14 Cape Town + safari itinerary
  15. 15 Namibia.It has suddenly dawned on me.
  16. 16 Last-minute South Africa advice?
  17. 17 DOHA LAYOVER
  18. 18 Morocco Questions
  19. 19 Trip Report Egypt Quickie Trip
  20. 20 Botswana safari recs
  21. 21 Tanzania vs. Botswana
  22. 22 Safe to Travel to Morocco
  23. 23 Trip Report Amazing 40th Anniversary Celebration in South Africa
  24. 24 Swartberg Pass or not?
  25. 25 Botswana in January
View next 25 » Back to the top

What Can be Accomplished in 8-9 days in Morocco

Jump to last reply

I'm planning a trip to Spain and Morocco in the fall for three weeks. We plan to be in Morocco for half of the trip. We like archiecture, ruins, exploring, shopping, horses and birding. It would be nice to ride a camel for a short period of time if possible. We are very interested in going to Chefchaouen, Fes-Meknes-Volulbilis. However, we also want to go to Marrakesh. Do you think this is feasible if we fly into Morocco from Spain and fly within the country instead of taking the train? I would appreciate your thoughts. If you don't think it is reasonable, which places would you recommend for a first visit to Morocco. Thanks!

5 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement