Meknes/Volubilis/MoualyIdriss

Explore Roman Ruins and Ancient Empires – Volubilis, Meknes & Moulay Idriss

Spend time exploring the ancient Roman city of Volubilis. With its well preserved mosaics, palaces, baths and soaring arches it is considered one of Morocco’s most important archeological sites.

After Volubilis move on to Moulay Idriss, one of Morocco’s most venerated Muslim sites. It is said that for Moroccan’s who can’t afford the trip to Mecca, then to travel five times in one’s life to Moulay Idriss is of equal merit. The scenic village has lovely souks to explore and a number of panoramic views of Volubilis.

Finish the day with a visit to Meknes, one of the Imperial cities and once Capital of Morocco under the rule of Moulay Ismail. Meknes has a wonderful charm and style, with beautiful gates, palaces and mosques, all enhanced by the beauty of the surrounding countryside

 

Middle Atlas Mountains 

Experience the Middle Atlas Mountains

The Middle Atlas region offers many hidden delights including spectacular views of cedar and cork forests and delightful & hilarious Barbary apes. Enjoy the crystal air of the mountains while you discover the rustic Berber towns of Immouzer, Ifrane and Azrou.

Immouzer is particularly beautiful in spring with apple blossom and a lively place to be in July with the Pommes de Fete. Becoming increasingly known for cheese production it’s worth a stop at the Fromagerie du Immouzer to try some of the delicious styles.

Stop off at the popular picnic/camping springs of Ain Seban and Ain Chifa before heading to Ifrane.

The most distinguishable trait of Ifrane is its unusual Alpine architectural style and European style. Known as a mountain resort, provincial administrative centre and college town, Ifrane is a popular stop amongst both local and international tourists who enjoy snow sports in winter and escape from heat during the summer months.

Azrou is well known in the area for its green tiled roofs, beautiful cedar forests, cherry and apples trees, as well as the friendliness of its people. Each Tuesday there is a lively market in Azrou with a huge variety of goods on sale – both traditional and contemporary- a popular past time for tourists hunting for a bargain.

Day Trip from fes Chefchaouen via Ouazzan 

Further afield from Fez and just south of the Mediterranean coastline lies the ‘Blue City’ of Morocco, Chefchaouen.

Explore the white and blue washed walls of the Medina or chill out around the main square and visit the Place Mohammed Park which has wonderful views of the Rif Mountains.

Make sure you try the local goat’s cheese, famous in the region and take some time to look at the artisnal woolen products or even enjoy a walk in the surrounding countryside – whatever you choose, Chefchaouen is perfect for a relaxed day of sightseeing .

 

 What's Included

-Private Transport with A/C (4x4 or Minibus for Groups)
-Driver/Guide (English, French, Spanish, Italian)
-Car Fuel 

 

What's not  Included:

-Drinks

-Lunches

-Tips

-Extras



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