7 Days Tour From Casablanca
On the 7 Days Tour from Casablanca, you'll visit a beachfront city and the Sahara. You'll also visit the Hassan II Mosque, a large mosque on the seafront with a 210-meter-high minaret. To visit the mosque, you'll need a tour guide and a ticket from a separate office. Nearby, you'll find the ElHank Lighthouse, a lighthouse designed by Albert Laprade. Its illumination range is from 30 to 55 nautical miles. Getting to the top takes a bit of climbing; it has 256 steps.
Next, you'll visit the town of Ifrane, which is often referred to as the Swiss of Morocco. Its architecture and snowy winter have made it an important tourist site. Moreover, you'll meet friendly apes and visit a virgin station in the Middle Atlas Mountains. It's considered a must-see site in the 7 days tour from Casablanca.
Continuing your 7 days tour from Casablanca, you'll visit the main sites of the city, including the Hassan II Mosque, which is open to non-Muslim tourists. From there, you'll head to the imperial city of Marrakech, which has numerous historical tourist attractions from the Almoravid Empire. The tour includes a stay in a local Riad, as well as a trip through the city's old Medina.
The 7 days tour from Casablanca will take you through the Imperial Cities of Morocco and the Atlas Mountains, as well as the Sahara Desert. The itinerary will also take you through Fes, the Medina of Fez, and the ruins of Volubilis. Finally, you'll return to Casablanca for your return trip.
One day of your trip will be spent exploring the sand dunes of the Erg Chebbi. Next, you'll enjoy the beauty of the Sahrij Souani Basin and the ancient city of Meknes. You'll also get to experience the nomadic life of the Berbers by going on a camel ride across the dunes.
On the final day of your tour, you'll head to the highest gorge in the Maghrib: the Tinghir. At 300 meters high, it is one of the most stunning natural attractions in Morocco. There, you'll see monkey toes, sand castles, and rock formations. You'll also have the chance to hike the gorge and enjoy the scenic views of the valley. A riad or hotel in the heart of the gorge will provide your accommodation during the last two days of your tour.
Fes is a city that is over 1,000 years old. It is the imperial capital of Morocco and has one of the oldest universities in the world. You'll also visit the Medina and a tannery. And don't forget to taste some delicious moroccan food!
Marrakesh is another fascinating city, known as the Pearl of the South. Its old quarters were once home to the sultan and are full of architectural monuments. You'll have plenty of time to explore this ancient city. You'll also get to see the Koutoubia mosque, which dates back to the 12th century. You can also visit the Majorelle Garden, where Jacques Majorelle once painted the Moroccan landscape.
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