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Welcome to Chefchaouen. Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue door and white-walled medina that was originally a Berber post. The main square is the heart of Chefchaouen. The town is easy to explore and the old Kasbah is worth a visit. Walk on to the main square and the souks, that sell an array of goods and pop into the tiny hat shop selling beanies and berets. The afternoon is free to explore the city.
This morning you will transfer to Fes past the foothills of the Rif mountains-The oldest and largest medieval city in the world, Fes is a bustling hive of activity. The tanneries of Fes are incredible to see, leather being soaked in every colour, but be aware of the smell, it is truly pungent! The afternoon in Fes is free to explore as you will.
Experience a full day of guided sightseeing of Fes.
Today we will continue onto Marrakech along the foothills of the High Atlas. If time permits we will take in the Casacades D Ouzoud.
After breakfast we will explore Essaouira on the coast. The 18th century town is laid back and is a popular destination for windsurfing and kite surfing, due to the wave forming winds in summer and spring. The beach is in front of the Medina and there are plenty of cafés with terraces. The afternoon is your to explore the town as you like.
Today is yours to explore the seaside town on your own. You can visit the Thuya wood carving workshops which are well worth a visit, as well as walking along the ramparts and visiting the spice and jewellery souks and the fishing port.
This morning after breakfast we will head back to Marrakech. Free evening at leisure.
Let us show you Marrakech our way. Enjoy a gudied sightseeing adventure today.
An adventurous day ahead. Experience a day tour over the High Atlas to Ait ben haddou, explore the Kasbah before heading back. strenuous trek to the highest summit in North Africa, Jebel Toubkal. The Moroccan Grand Atlas includes the Middle Atlas, High Atlas and Anti-Atlas. Its easy to take a one day trek, so you don’t have to be super fit. Mountain villages of Berber people still exist today, living a simple life and it’s a way to experience a side of Morocco that many travellers don’t see.
Today you can relax as this day is at leisure. Or perhaps visit the markets for a chance to pick up the odd trinket or two.
This morning it is time to bid you farewell. You will be transferred to the airport for your onward flight home.
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