Need advice about itinerary in Morocco

Old May 4th, 2008, 12:35 PM
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Need advice about itinerary in Morocco

Hi I am travelling with my wife and two boys ages 13 and 15 to Morocco in August. August is probably not the best time to be there but we will be there for 10 days. We are flying into Casablanca and leaving from Casablanca.
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I have created for a guided tour itinerary starting from Casablanca and ending in Casablanca :
Day 1: Casablanca - Fes***
Arrive Casablanca through the airport of Mohammed V.Then drive to Fes

Day 2: Fes - Fes***
you'll start the tour city with your looking you'll cover the highlights of Fes.In the evening check into the hotel.

Day 3: Fes - Merzouga***
Drive furher to Merzouga through Azrou Forest its here that you'll stop so see the little monkeys climbing the sider trees,continue through Midelt one of the Destination that provide Morocco with appele fruit,then Ziz valley.Arrive Merzouga you'll spend the night just a few steps away from the Dunes of Erg Chebbi in a Desert Hotel

Day 4: Merzouga - Erg Chebbi***
After breakfast you'll start the large dunes Tour passing through couple of nomad tents and berber villages you'll stop for a while in Khamlia village to enjoy the Live Sahara Desert Music which is played by the locals...At 5 of the evening you'll drive back to the Desert Hotel its from there that you'll start your camel trip towards the middle for an overnight under traditional nomad tent.

Day 5: Erg Chebbi - Todra Gorges***
You'll wake up early to see the beautiful sunrise then mount back your camel to the hotel where you'll have the breakast before continue the trip to Todra Gorges through Rissani one of the oldiest cities in Morocco and the capital of destiny alouit you'll visit its Souk(market) which is considered the largest one in the whole South of Morocco,continue to the Breathtaking Gorges of Todra there you'll spend the night in a hotel.

Day 6: Todra Gorges - Ouarzazate***
Drive to Ouarzazate through an off beaten track in which you'll discover the living style of the nomads of the mountains.Arrive Ouarzazate and check into hotel.

Day 7: Ouarzazate - Marrakech***
Drive to Marrakech over Atlas Mountains through Tizi Nt'ichka pass.In the evening arrive Marrakech.

Day 8: Marrakech - Essaouira***
The day will be dedicated in beaches of Essaouira...

Day 9: Essaouira - Marrakech***
After breakfast drive to Marrakech drive to Marrakech the rest of the day is to discover the " red of Marrakech " the Square of jamaa el fna,Palaces,Saadyi, thumbs,Majorel garden....

Day 10: Marrakech - Casablanca ( Fly back home)***

I hope it the tour itinerary would please you,if you would love to ask any question please drop a line through ( [email protected] )
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It all depends on the attractions that you will want to see.
my best advise is to get a guidebook
Lonelyplanet, fodors, Rough guide...
Good luck.

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We were there last March for 9 days with our kids (ages 11 and 14 at the time). We flew into Marakkech and out of Casablanca. We spent 3 nights in Marakkech, 1 night in Ouazarzate, 1 night in the desert, 1 night in Merzouga, and 2 nights in Fez. Our trip to the desert was definitely the highlight and I strongly recommend that you do that.

Here is a link to my trip report that you may find helpful.;tid=34974589
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Hi i ve already been to Morocco twice my friend who organized my tours is Hamid he can be fully of your help here is his e mail address please give it a try and write to him or me in case of any questions
[email protected] he has a travel agency also.
Good trip!!!
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