This tour is made for those who wish to visit Morocco and follow the route of the spiritual discovery of the great men and sanctuaries of knowledge hidden in Morocco.
|Day 11||Farewell & departure|
- Accommodation in selected good quality 3* and 4* hotels.
- Transport in Car/Mpv/Minibus/Bus. Fully climatized throughout the journey.
- Local Muslim guides/drivers. (English speaking)
- Meals at halal restaurants. (if aplicable).
- Entrance fees to main Islamic monuments of every city. (as stated in the program)
- 1 bottle of water in all transfers per person. 0,5 liter.
- Extra Travel insurance available upon request.
- Our halal tours DO NOT include: Flights, porteage, tips or any other expenses or services not described as included.
THE CITY OF THE MAGNIFICENT HASSAN THE II, MOSQUE
Marhaban to the home town of the Mosque Hassan II, with the tallest minaret in the world for years. A vibrant city that joins modernity and tradition by the Atlantic sea. The business capital of Morocco and always a beautiful place to land.
THE CAPITAL OF MOROCCO
Full of beautiful palaces and avenues, the Mausoleum of former Kings and great example of the regal beauty of Morocco.
THE ISMAÏLIAN CAPITAL
The Ismaïlian capital is one of the four imperial cities of the country, you’re sure to cross paths with amazing historical sights. There are so many monuments and ruins waiting for you in Meknes, it is famous for its 40 km/25 mi long walls with its monumental gates such as Bab Mansour, theMellah Jewish quarter and the Royal stables.
THE CITY OF THE FOUR GATES
The city of the four gates that leads into the largest Madina`s in Morocco, the city of handcrafts and knowledge, holding the great Qarawiyyin Mosque.
THE HEART OF THE DESERT
Erfoud and its palm groves in the heart of the desert, this charming town rests at the foot of the High Atlas on the road of a thousand kasbahs. It makes for a perfect base camp for exploring Morocco’s desert where you will find endless extraordinary landscapes.The French were the first to settle down in Erfoud in order to keep an eye on the rebellious tribes of the Tafilalet Valley. The town prospered thanks to the flourishing commerce of its marble and its dates. It is also known for its curious marine fossils (coiled goniatites, orthoceras, trilobites, etc.), all about 360 million years old!
THE DOOR OF THE DESERT
Ouarzazate is one of the wonderful destinations in Morocco offering a huge list of things to do and see keeping you occupied all the time. The name of the city literally means ‘the door of the desert’ and it is the last city before the desert starts. It is also a famous film-making location and Morocco’s biggest studios are there.
THE CITY THAT NEVER SLEEPS
The city that never sleeps and one the most prominent tourist destination in the world. Thousands of people all over come together when J`mal F`na sure come to life in the evening, one the most iconic places in Morocco. The guardian of the Koutubia Mosque done by the same architect as the Giralda tower in Seville, one of the many links between Morocco and Al Andalus.
This halal tour is made for those who wish to visit the Regal and Monumental beauty of Morocco.