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Welcome to to Marrakech. Upon arrival you will be met by our local representatives and transferred to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure. Overnight Marrakech.
Today enjoy a full day sightseeing tour of the ancient city of Marrakech. You will be take a guided tour through the souks. You will also vist Mellah a walled Jewish quarter, the Madrassa. You will also visit the gardens at Bahia Palace. Finally you will visit the tanneries of the old city. Overnight Marrakech.
You pick up right where you left off yesterday and continue your sightseeing of Marrakech. Enjoy a guided tour of Jardins majorelle a twelve-acre botanical garden and artist's landscape garden. Continue the Koutoubia gardens, situated behind the Koutoubia Mosque; it features orange and palm trees, and is frequented by storks. If there is time you will also visit Gueliz (new town) and the rest of the souks. Overnight Marrakech.
Travel to Essaouira in the morning (2-3 hrs by private driver). Enjoy the next couple of days at your leisure, take some time to see the harbour, have a swim at the beach, visit the medina, and explore the fortifications. Overnight Essaouira.
Say good bye to the beachside town of Essaouira and travel to Fes by driving to Casablanca along the coast, seeing Oualidia and other coastal towns along the way, before continuing onto Fes. (If you wanted to you can take the train from Casablanca to Fes, however the vehicle will still be travelling to Fes). Overnight Fes.
Enjoy a full day sightseeing today where visit the local souks for a spot of shopping. Then continue to the main centre of Fes. You will also get to visit the older palaces and tanneries of Fes. Overnight Fes.
Today you say good by to Morocco as you are transferred to the ferry Tangier - (Please let me know whether the Tanger Med or the city port - The two ports are about 40 km apart) via the foothills of the Rif mountains. Please note you should book the Ferry for an afternoon departure to allow transfer time.
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