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Rabat

In Rabat, everything is blue. From the intense blue of the sky and the sea to nestling within the protection of the ochre-colored ramparts, a gleaming white city and a minaret (tower) that reaches up to lick the clouds: this is Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Rabat has a long history as a capital city. In the XIIth century, Yacoub el-Mansour, the great Almohades conqueror, chose it to be the symbol of his splendor. But history had already been made at Rabat. The Marinades (XIIIth and XIVth century) honored the city by making it the site of the Chellah necropolis, building on the ruins of the ancient Roman town of Sale. History has left its mark upon Rabat, and Rabat honors those who made it. Yacoub el-Mansour was honored with the Hassan tower, dominating what should have been one of the greatest mosques in the Muslim world, or the mausoleum of the late King Mohammed V, architect of Moroccan independence in 1956 and the imposing Royal Palace, residence of the king and seat of the government since 1912.

The tour Hassan mosque

The mosque was built in the late twelfth century by Sultan Yaqub al Mansur (1184-1199). He wanted to build the biggest mosque, but this project was interrupted by his death in 1199 and the mosque remains unfinished and will be devastated by the earthquake of 1755. The remains of the mosque's minaret, a few columns and sections of wall have great style and hint at the scale of the original monument. The minaret, square, raised amid the debris of the four hundred columns, rises to over 44m in height. Walls half a meter thick, forming a gently sloping ramp amount spin around six central components superimposed. Its decor is simple and varied tracery broad and simple.

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Mausoleum of Mohammed V

THE MAUSOLEUM of KING MOHAMMED VNear the Hassan Tower, but centuries apart, here is the Mausoleum Mohamed V whose construction began in 1962. This sovereign led Morocco to independence and Morocco raised him a monument worthy of recognition. No less than 400 craftsmen accomplished this magnificent work. Outside, a magnificent white marble pavilion crowned with green tiles. Inside, a room with beautifully carved, center, the tombstone white onyx based on a block of granite as a polished mirror , Here, everything is luxury and sophistication. The traditional Moroccan art is put on exhibit : under a gilt cupola made of mahogany and Lebanon cedar, arises the Royal sarcophagus of Pakistani white onyx (marble).(visit the Mohammed V mausoleum is open to all).

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THE KASBAH OF THE OUDAYA History stops in Rabat and does not leave. It appears on the corner of an alley, in a stall of oriental slippers and poufs fragrant with the scent of leather, in a carpet auction. It impregnates every stone of the Oudaya Kasbah, fortress of indomitable Andalous Corsairs of XVII century. Nothing is more pleasurable than imagining their exciting lives, delightfully installed at the Moorish coffee, savoring gazelle horns (Moroccan cake) with a mint tea, looking at the boats which dance in the Bou Regreg river at the bottom of the Sale city ramparts

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Medina — Rue des Consuls

Medina's main thoroughfare, lined with cafes and boutiques of Moorish power, she is always busy. It leads to the Grand Mosque which can see the minaret at the bottom right corner of the street, this shrine was rebuilt in the late 19th century Part of the street is covered with reeds that are Sebat souk merchants dominated slippers and leather goods. Turn left.

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Chellah

THE NECROPOLIS OF CHELLAH Situated on the site of the ancient city of Sale, the Necropolis is located 2 km from the city center. Passing through the lovely door, you will discover a site overtaken by an exuberant vegetation. You can distinguish tombs and a stone basin where there are fish and sacred turtles. It was fed by a miraculous source where, according to legend, a golden fish lived. Further on, a minaret has partly maintained its multicolored decor. It is occupied now by storks.

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On the right opens the main entrance of the palace, large stone gatehouse yellow glazed roof tiles. The current Dar el Makhzen, built in 1864 on the site of a palace of the late 18th century, was considerably enlarged until recent years. Inside the palace fall courses and Andalusian patios around which are the Royal Cabinet, the Department of Protocol and Royal House and the Prime Minister. Cross the paved esplanade. On the left stands the Mosque Ahl Fas where King sometimes went to great procession. Friday from 12 h30 to 13 h. Exit through a door méchouar after which you turn right on Avenue Yacoub el Mansour. Bab Zaers cross and follow the small road (hence, very discreetly, at the roundabout) that goes to the speaker Chellah.

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Rabat & Salé sightseeing

rabat & sale sightseeing After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for historical tours of Essauira you will be driving 98 km/78 mi far. to get to Rabat & Salé , the visit starts with The Oudayas kasbah (10th cent) and it's Andalous garden and museum, exterior of Royal palace and Mechouar (19th cent.), the Mohamed V Mausoleum and the Hassan tower (12th cent.), the archeological museum, the consuls street, Chellah necropolis, Oulja's potters' complex in Salé, Bouknadel exotic gardens, Belghazi museum in Bouknadel. Possibility to visit the Temara zoo a few km south-west from Rabat. Once you step inside you don't want to leave. , before returning to Agadir ; So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to your hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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Casablanca sightseeing

Casablanca sightseeing This is a one day excursion trip to casablanca , After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for historical tours of Casablanca . and the visit starts with the central market, Mohamed V square, United Nations square with its fountain, Arabe Ligue park, Anfa residential quarter, Hassan II mosque (optional guided 45 mn visit everyday at 9, 10, 11, 14 H except Friday), corniche , Villa des Arts contemporary art museum , Moroccan Judaism museum, Notre Dame de Lourdes church, Habous quarter and handicrafts shops, Royal Palace (exterior), official handicrafts centre, arts deco houses.Once you step inside Casablanca you don't want to leave. , before returning to your hotel ; So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to your hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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El Jadida sightseeing This is a one day excursion trip to El Jadida ex Mazagan. After breakfast we will drive to get to El Jadida ex Mazagan : 100 km/62 mi far. Visit the old city built in 16th century by the Portuguese, its ramparts and the cistern where the films 'Othello' and 'Harem' were shot. The city of El Jadida was once known as Mazagane, Mazagan, the city was colonized by the portuguese back in 1502, from 1580 to 1640, Portugal was under Spanish dynastic rule, the portuguese abandoned Mazagane in 1769 and so many of its inhabitants were evacuated to Brazil, where they founded new settlement Nova Mazagão (now in Amapá), el jadida was taken by the alawis during the sultan Mohammed ben Abdallah's rule

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Marrakech sight seeing This is a one day excursion trip to Marrakech ; After breakfast we will drive you 3 hours to get to Marrakech , you will meet with our guide to explains how the day’s sightseeing steps and the visit starts with the Koutoubia mosque (12th cent.), El Mansour mosque, the Saadians tombs (16th cent.) , the ruins of el Badia palace (16th cent.) with its storks on the towers, the Mellah Jewish quarter, the Bahia palace (19th) , Dar Si Said palace (19th cent.) transformed into a museum, Tiskiwin private museum dedicated to popular arts & crafts, Riad Tamsna dedicated to arts, handicrafts and literature ( restaurant serving lunch and tea room), Dar Bellarj Foundation for culture (expositions, conferences). after lunch on the after noon you will have a ½ day tour of the Souks: a labyrinthine market place organised by trade in separate but interlinked streets and courtyards. Souk Smarine for pottery and spices, cloth, Rahba Kédima for spices and jewellery, 'La Criée berbère' where auction of goods are organised, souk el Kebir, souk Attarin, souk Cherratin for leather, wood and metal crafts, babouches souk , dyers souk, souk Hadddine for blacksmiths. North of the souks, you can visit the Almoravides koubba (12th cent.), the Ben Youssef medersa (16th century coranic school), the Marrakesh museum in the Mnehbi palace.

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Imlil & asni sightseeing After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 08:30 to explains how the day’s steps, leaving our hotel at 09:00 o’clock, this day will be devoted for nuturs tours of Imlil& Asni you will be driving off the road. To get to Asni and Imlil where you can hike thru the Berber village up to the Kasbah or take a donkey up to the top. Here is the famous Kasbah Toubkal where the movie "Seven years in Tibet" and "Kundun" was filmed, this was the Monastery. You can have lunch here and enjoy the incredible view of the mountains. The highest top is the Toubkal 4164m, which is also the highest mountain in North Africa. This Kasbah is a favorite place for many hikers, who like to explore the Atlas mountains. You can visit a Berber family and be invited into their homes for some Peppermint tee, the traditional drink of the Berbers, and Moroccons , before returning to Agadir ; So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to your hotel at the end of an exceptional day

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Ourika Valley After breakfast, meeting with your guide on the hotel at 07:00 to explains how the day’s steps , leaving our hotel at 07:30 o’clock, this day will be devoted for nutures tours of the Ourika Valley , for an exciting 2½ hour drive south through to one of Morocco's longest and most beautiful, refreshing valleys - the Ourika Valley - teeming with lush vegetation, palmeraies, steep-sides gorges, ancient terraced irrigated fields and Berber hamlets. Some 33km from Marrakech, this valley really starts at a small Berber village of Dar Caïd Ouriki, with its kasbah and mosque. We reach the Berber village of Tiguemi n'Oumzilet and on through hills of ever-changing colours - from red to grey to blue - in the midst of olive groves up to a visit of the ochre-red village of Akhlij, thence on to the Berber hamlet of Asouqane and a stop at Aghbalou, set amongst terraced fields seeming to hang from the slopes, and its nearby Cascade. From here we carry on almost to the end of the remarkable valley until we reach the riverside Berber hamlet of Setti Fadma, named for its nearby waterfalls and ancient walnut

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Ouzoud weterfull This is a one day excursion trip to Ouzoud weaterfull. After breakfast we will drive you 3 hours to get to Ouzoud weterfull : This beautiful green, moist location in the front ranges of the high Atlas is a welcome relief to the heat and busy city of Marrakech. A day in nature 3 hours away. And if the weather is cool and rainy, even better! The falls swell with runoff and can be spctacular in the rain. The gorge below the falls is an endless series of pools that offer some fine day hikes with varying views up and down the valley. This future designated bioreserve is home to Barbary apes and makes for some interesting bird watching too. Nearby Berber villages in the surrounding mountains are perfect for walks any time of year, any kind of weather. Have lunch in one of the many terraced restaurants beside the falls, or just chill out with a glass of wine on a riad terrace overlooking the falls. This day involves walking on cliffside trails and stairs climbs. Not recommended in July and August.

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Volubilis & Meknes sightseeing

Volubilis & Meknes Our day’s excursion to 2,000 years in the past starts at 9 o’clock from your hotel when we drive across the Saiss Plain to the wonderful Roman ruins at Volubilis , the Volubilis of really ancient olive presses, mansions, incredible mosaics, monumental arches and Corinthian columns where you’ll have a real sense of Roman lifestyle and of that of a subsequent medieval Berber town. The site contains the Mansion containing the mosaic of the Labours of Hercules, the Baths of Gallienus and Baths of Forum with their fragmentary mosaics; the House of Orpheus and its Dolphin mosaic and Orpheus Myth; the Cortege of Venus many of whose mosaics we may only see from the outside yet will get to se the medallions of Bacchus, Diana and the Abduction of Hylas; the Gordian Palace with its bath house and pooled courtyards; the House of the Wild Beast, the House of Nymphs, the House of the Seasons, the House of Flavius Germanus, the Knight’s House with an incomplete mosaic of Dionysus Discovering Ariadne Asleep, the Triumphal Arch , the Capitol and the House of Ephebus with its pictorial mosaics, especially that of Bacchus Being drawn in a Chariot by Panthers. After Volubilis sightseeing we will contunue to Moily Driss I to the wonderful holiest Islamic town in the kingdom of Morocco, where thousands of Moroccan faithful come on pilgrimage (moussem) every August to pray at the tomb of this descendant of the Prophet Mohammed. Arriving at the elongated square we see above us the green-tiled pyramids of the Zaouia with its two conical quarters on either side and stroll amidst the labyrinth of alleyways before leaving for the Imperial City rebuilt by Moulay Ismail. (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Here we shall visit the easily most beautiful Bab, or gateway, in all of the Maghreb – the Bab Mansour. From here to the El Heri es-Souani – the granary of huge vaulted structures and stables built by Moulay Ismail’s soldiers next to a pool fed by underground channels that brought fresh water all the way from the distant Middle Atlas Mountains; the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum and the Place el-Hedim to see the famous State-owned stallion stables of Haras where these Arabo-Berber horses are bred. Time for lunch (optional, not included) before leaving Meknes around 4:40 in the afternoon, arriving back in our hotel at around a quarter to six, the drama, scope and beauty of our visit forever indelibly imprinted in our memory.

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fes sightseeing

This is a one day excursion trip to Fes,Leaving our hotel at 09:00 for a tour of the spiretual capital of morocco start our visit by the Mellah, the Medina and Souqs, the famous Tanneries, the exquisite Mosques and Medersas, the famous Fes Pottery Kilns, a tour around the ramparts with its many Babs and a visit to the renowned Museum of Moroccan Art. We start with our drive via the the Borj Sud for a panoramic view of the Medina. to continue on to Mechouer to the impressive Dar el Makhzen to stop for some 15 minutes at the Royal Palace with its magnificent seven bronze gates, Off now down to start our Walking Tour of the labyrinth of the ancient Fes Medina ( a UNESCO World Heritage Site); of the colourful es-Sebbaghine with its Street of the Dyers; of the brass and copperware workers at es-Seffarine ; on through the winding alleyways to the impressive el-Quarawiyyin Mosque and University ,a stroll into the past to the wonderful Mosque and adjacent aromatic Souq of el-Atterine of spices and vegetables; the beautiful el- Atterine Medersa; the Kissaria and Draz Quarters and the renowned Tanneries on the bank of the Oued Fes. On now to the delightful el-Nejjarine Square with its Plaza, fountain, caravanserai and artists in woodwork. Nearby we’ll stop for a very welcome light lunch (drinks not included) at the delightful Restaurant Palais Mnebhi. On now to the Dar Batha and a visit of the Museum of Moroccan Art before rejoining our vehicle at the Bab Boujloud. That’s the walking done for the day, for now we drive to the 16th century Potters' Quarter (Fakhkharin), not far from the present-day Bab Ftouh in an area called Guerouaoua, to watch the artists working at their kilns and, perchance, to buy some of their unique clayware. Back into our vehicle and on now for a tour around the magnificent ramparts with its beautiful Babs and up to the sixteenth century Saadien watchtower at the North Borj for yet another, but so different, panoramic view of this city of 1001 Nights. So much history, so much variety, so many memories to be captured on film before returning finally by car to our hotel at the end of an exceptional day.

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