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Moroccan cuisine is influenced by Morocco's interactions and exchanges with other cultures and nations over the centuries. Moroccan cuisine is typically a mix of Berber, Arabic, Andalusian, and Mediterranean cuisines with slight European and sub-Saharan influences
There are certain drinks that you have to taste once in Morocco! Everybody can find something for themselves: from variations of milk to minty or fruity drinks.
The specila one is the hot mint tea which called Berber whisky, amazing drink to try.
Discover the best places to visit in this captivating country with our list of the top tourist attractions in Morocco. Marrakesh Medina. Hassan II Mosque. Oudaias Kasbah. Fes el Bali. Tangier. chefchaouen. Volubilis, ait ben hadou, the lsit is more longer...
Morocco 12 days of culture experience
Morocco is a land of the rich culture and diverse peoples. Its ability to successfully blend people in this the most of people come to Morocco .
Day 1 : Marrakech
Reception by our local team representative at the Marrakech Menara airport.
Transfer to the luxury Hotel.
Day 2 / 3 : Marrakech (Visit the famous places in Marrakech with guide)
Jemaa el Fnaa :
The vast historic marketplace Jemaa el Fnaa, then venture further into the medina (Old Town) to explore its labyrinth of traditional Souks.
Koutoubia Mosque :
With its 70-meter tall minaret visible for miles around, the Koutoubia Mosque is Marrakech's most famous landmark.
Saadian Tombs :
The Saadian Tombs, an immense 16th-century burial ground, are the final resting place for 66 members of the Saadian dynasty that ruled Marrakech from 1524 to 1668.
Bahia Palace :
Bahia means brilliance. Built for a former slave who became a favorite of the Sultan, it was intended to be the most dazzling palace of its time!
Museum of Marrakech :
Housed in the old Dar Menebhi Palace, the Marrakech Museum displays Moroccan art from the ancient to the modern, as well as historic books, coins, and pottery from the region.
Menara Gardens :
With the Atlas mountains providing a spectacular backdrop, the peaceful Menara Gardens is a favorite for both locals and visitors looking to escape the commotion of the city.
The Majorelle Garden :
Is a two and half acre botanical garden and artist's landscape garden in Marrakech, Morocco. It was created by the French Orientalist artist, Jacques Majorelle over almost forty years, starting in 1923, and features a Cubist villa designed by the French architect, Paul Sinoir in the 1930s.
Day 4 : Marrakech / Essaouira
After breakfast we will start driving to Essaouira "The Pearl of the Atlantic." Archaeological research shows that Essaouira has been occupied since prehistoric times. The bay at Essaouira is partially sheltered by the island of Mogador, making it a peaceful harbor protected against strong marine winds.
Essaouira has long been considered as one of the best anchorages of the Moroccan coast.
The Carthaginian navigator Hanno visited in the 5th century BC and established the trading post of Arambys.
Around the end of the 1st century BCE or early 1st century CE, the Berber king Juba II established a Tyrian purple factory, processing the murex and purpura shells found in the intertidal rocks at Essaouira and the Iles Purpuraires. This dye colored the purple stripe in the togas worn by the Senators of Imperial Rome.
A Roman villa was excavated on Mogador island. A Roman vase was found as well as coinage from the 3rd century CE. Most of the artifacts are now visible in the Sidi Mohammed ben Abdallah Museum and the Rabat Archaeological Museum. Visit city with local guide and take you to the famous places and give you everything about the culture in a Essaouira.
Day 5 : Essaouira / Imsouane / Taghazoute /Agadir
Wake up early, Depart Essaouira to Agadir, Stop for first short visit in Imsouane, Is the favorite destination for many tourists, This is due to its breathtaking scenes as well as the calmness, Tranquility and perfect waves for surfing. Because of its remote location. After the visit we will keep driving to Agadir, But we will stop an other time in visit Taghazoute, Is a fishing village on Morocco's Atlantic coast, north of the city of Agadir. It’s known for its surf beaches. Killer Point is a powerful point break. To the south, La Source is named for the freshwater that bubbles up from the rocks. Arrival to Agadir.
Day 6 : Agadir
Agadir, A along Morocco’s southern Atlantic coast, in the foothills of the Anti-Atlas Mountains, is the capital of Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane province. A resort destination, it's known for its golf courses, wide crescent beach and seaside promenade lined with cafes, restaurants and bars. Agadir's hilltop kasbah was destroyed in a 1960 earthquake, but its original old wall remains standing.
After breakfast you will go to visit the Kasbah and beach and all the famous places with local guide, he will let you know different culture and he will give you all you need.
Day 7 : Agadir / Taroudant / Taliouine / Ait ben Hadou
After breakfast we will start drive to Ait ben Hadou, But before we will stop firstly in Taroudant for short visit, Taroudant is a city in the Sous Valley in southern Morocco. The town is known as the "Grandmother of Marrakesh" because it looks like a smaller Marrakesh with its surrounding ramparts. And start driving again for second visit in Taliouine, Is a town in Taroudant Province, Souss-Massa, Morocco. The primary language used in Taliouine is the variety Tashelhit (berber language). Taliouine is famous for its production of saffron and is one of the main exporters of this spice worldwide. After that we will continue drive to Ait ben Hadou where we will spend the night.
Day 8 : Ait ben Hadou / Merzouga
Wake up early for visit the Kasbah / Ksar of Ait ben Hadou with local guide and see the sunrise there, Back to the luxury Riad for breakfast, Ait ben Hadou, is an ighrem (fortified village in English) along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech in present-day Morocco. Most citizens attracted by the tourist trade live in more modern dwellings in a village on the other side of the river, although there are four families still living in the ancient village. Inside the walls of the ksar are half a dozen kasbahs, or merchants' houses. Ksar Aït Benhaddou is a great example of Moroccan earthen clay architecture and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After that we will start driving to Merzouga through Draa valley the largest valley in Morocco.
Arrival at Merzouga, Take short rest in the luxury hotel and ride the Camels to the luxury camp where you will spend the night under the sky full of stars.
Day 9 : Merzouga / Boumalne Dads
Wake up early and after breakfast you will ride the Camels see the sunrise and back to the hotel for start our trip to Boumalne Dads via Tinejdad, Stopping alonge the way for photos and admiring the views, Arrival to Todra gorges to enjoy its marvelous Canyons views while hiking, Continue to Boumalne Dads where we will spend the night.
Day 10 : Boumalne Dads / Ouarzazate / Imlil
Wake up early morning, And after breakfast we will start our trip to Imlil Valley, Is a small village in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It is 1,800 meters above sea level. Before arrived at Imlil we will stop in Ouarzazate for visit the Kasbah of Taourirte with Local guide, And after we will drive to Imlil. Then you will spend the night at the luxury Riad.
Day 11 : Imlil
After breakfast you will have a full day to visit the Waterfalls and explore the beauty of this village with local guide, And going to see the old berber villages and know more about the berber culture.
Day 12 : Imlil / Marrakech
Transfer to Marrakech. End of tours.