Day 1: Casablanca

Casablanca in Morocco
Casablanca, the biggest city in Morocco

Today, your 9 days of Deep Morocco to Essaouira and anti-Atlas will start from Casablanca. You will visit with a local guide the Hassan II Mosque (the 3rd largest in the world). You will see the Sacred Heart Church built-in 1930. The church looks like a Gothic cathedral that was used as a conference center and exposure. The visit also consists of the Pasha Mahkama building in the Habous district, then the Ain Diab beach … the night will be in Casablanca in a hotel.

Day 2: Casablanca – Essaouira

Essaouira Mogador in Morocco
Essaouira Mogador in Morocco

Today, we begin our tour from Casablanca to Essaouira on the Atlantic coast. The city was built in the sixteenth century in front of the island of Mogador, it is a site protected by UNESCO. Essaouira reflects the Portuguese character of the colonists of the sixteenth century. It is also known for its port and its particular climate. This is a favorite destination for surfers and for those who are passionate about the annual Gnawas festival gives it a great reputation. The huge fortress of whitewashed houses with blue shutters is famous for its handicrafts. You will also explore the medina and the port. Lunch will be in a local restaurant. In the evening, see free time to discover the local beaches. The night will be in a local Riad.

Day 3: Essaouira – Agadir

the city of Agadir in Morocco
The city of Agadir | Morocco

After breakfast, you will leave Essaouira’s destination Agadir. You will stop at a very important area on the coast called “Sidi Kaouki”, its argon and its intact dunes make this beach one of the most beautiful in the whole country. Then, the beach of Taghazout, the surfer’s paradise, offers excellent panoramic views of the sea. Lunch will be in a local restaurant. In addition, in the evening you can visit the city and enjoy the beach. The night will be at the hotel.

Day 4: Agadir – Sidi Ifni

Sidi Ifni in Morocco
Sidi Ifni in Morocco

You leave Agadir for Sidi Ifni, the most relaxed city south of the Atlantic coast. Spanish flavor and Art Deco architecture create a relaxed atmosphere. Then you continue the scene towards the city of Tiznit. In this city, people wear traditional costumes and sell handmade Berber jewelry. Dinner and overnight will be at the hotel.

Day 5: Sidi Ifni – Tafraoute

Tafraout city
Tafraout city | Morocco

The tour continues today, we will cross the Anti-Atlas to Tafaraoute, where we will have a visit. The region is known for argan and almond oil and the production of slippers (a traditional production of pure Moroccan leather). Then we cross you through the mountains of the Anti-Atlas arriving at the pass of 1100 m overlooking the valley of Kerdous with an extraordinary panoramic view. The day will end with a walk in the valley “Amen” where the rocks are worn as time passes from pink to gray through gold depending on the sun’s rays. The night will be at the riad or a guesthouse.

Day 6: Tafraoute – Taroudant

Taroudant remparts in Morocco
Taroudant remparts | Morocco

After breakfast, you will leave Tafraoute towards the city of Taroudant via Chtouka Ait Baha. The city is an elegant city surrounded by a red ocher wall. It is a fantastic paradise for money lovers. The night will be at the hotel or the Riad.

Day 7: Taroudant – Marrakech

The four seasons resort in Marrakech
Four seasons hotel in Marrakech | Morocco

After breakfast, we cross the Tizi N’ Test pass to Marrakech. On our way, we will visit the Berber mosque of Tinmel and the mausoleum of Mohamed Ibn Tumart of the Almoravid dynasty. In the evening, you will have free time to tour the new part of Gueliz, the gardens of Agdal and the old Medina, where you can enjoy the famous Jamaâ El Fna Square. The night will be at a riad at the majestic medina.

Day 8: Marrakech Casablanca

Your private tour in Morocco ends today in Casablanca; we will transfer you to the airport or to your hotel.

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