Valid for selected dates from March to September 2018
The above package is subject to availability at time of reservation. Price is per person sharing. Prices are subject to change in accordance with currency fluctuations. When making a booking enquiry it is important that you are in possession of the correct documentation to travel i.e. visas, inoculation certificates etc. Please check that all names and surnames are spelt exactly as they appear in the relevant passports.
PricesFrom: R 9,458.00
FlightsNo Flights Included
Valid From3rd of March 2018 (Saturday)
Valid To22nd of September 2018 (Saturday)
Need Visa'sSouth Africa: YesBritish: NoEuropean Union: NoAmerican: No
Quick Holiday Overview
Delve into the deep history and vibrant culture of the Imperial Cities as you trace the paths left by ancient civilizations for your discovery.
Highlights of the tour:
• Mohammed V square
• Central market
• The Habbous District
• Residential district of Anfa& Ain Diab
• Udaya Kasbah
• Mohamed V mausoleum
• The Hassan tower
• Bab Mansour
• Medina with its Attarine
• Bou Anania Medersas
• Nejjarine fountain
• Moulay Idriss mausoleum
• Karaouine Mosque
• Dades canyons
• Dades valley
• Kasbah of Taourirt
• Kasbahs of Taouirt Tiffeltout
• Ait Ben Haddou
• Tichka pass
• Menara garden
• Saadian tombs
• Bahia palace
• Djemâa El Fna
About the Holiday
DAY 1 SATURDAY: CASABLANCA
Welcome at Mohammed V airport. Delivery of your vouchers and the documents of your trip. Brief review of the tour during your transfer to the hotel. Check-in, dinner (restaurant closes at 10h30 PM no dinner served in the room) and accommodation.
DAY 2 SUNDAY: CASABLANCA – RABAT (95 KM)
Visit of the economic capital of Morocco: the central market, the Habous district, the Royal Palace, the Mohamed V square, the residential area of Anfa and the exterior of the impressive Hassan II Mosque. Fish lunch at one of the oceanfront restaurants. Continuation to Rabat the Administrative capital of the country, City tour: the Royal Palace, (Mechouar), the Oudaya Kasbah, the Mohamed V mausoleum, the Hassan Tower. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.
DAY 3 MONDAY: RABAT – MEKNES – FEZ (220 KM)
Departure to Meknes and visit of the Ismalian capital ,famous for its 40 km long walls, visit of the Bab Mansour, the Royal stables and the Jewish quarter. Lunch at a typical Moroccan Restaurant. Continuation to visit of the impressive ruins of the Roman city of Volubilis via the holy city of MoulayIdriss. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel in Fez.
DAY 4 TUESDAY: FEZ
The whole day is devoted to the city-sightseeing of Fez, the spiritual capital of Morocco: the medieval Medina with its Attarine and Bou Anania Medersas, the Nejjarine fountain, the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, and the Karaouine mosque. Moroccan lunch at a traditional restaurant in the Medina. Afternoon visit of Fez Jdid.
DAY 5 WEDNESDAY: FEZ – BENI MELLAL – MARRAKESH (445KM)
Departure to Marrakesh via Meknes, Adaroch passing by farms and of husbandry cows, Mrirert, Khenifra. Lunch and a moment of relaxation in Beni Mellal, one of the agricultural centres of Morocco.
DAY 6 THURSDAY: MARRAKESH
Visit of historical Marrakesh: the Saadian tombs, the Bahia Palace, the Koutoubia Minaret. Lunch at the hotel. Afternoon, visit of the famous Djemaa El Fna square with its surrounding souks and handicraft quarters. Dinner with fantasia show. Accommodation at the hotel.
DAY 7 FRIDAY: MARRAKESH – CASABLANCA (220 KM)
Morning at leisure. Lunch at a Moroccan restaurant. Then Departure to Casablanca. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.
DAY 8 SATURDAY: CASABLANCA – DEPARTURE
Transfer to the Mohammed V Airport, Departure with assistance formalities.
Includes & Excludes
- Share twin accommodation with in selected hotels on a Full Board basis (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
- 2 Night in Casablanca
- 1 Night in Rabat
- 2 Night in Fez
- 2 Nights in Marrakesh
- Dinner with Fantasia Show
- Return airport transfers
- Multilingual tour escort /guide throughout, and local guides in the cities.
- Entrance fees to the monuments indicated in the program.
- Porterage of luggage and tips at the hotels and restaurants
Selected departure dates:
- MAR 18 ( 03, 10, 17, 24 )
- MAY 18 ( 05, 12, 19, 26 )
- SEPT 18 ( 01, 08, 15, 22 )
- International flights and taxes
- Passport and Visa costs.
- Travel and medical insurance.
Valid for selected dates from March to September 2018
CasablancaCasablanca is a city in western Morocco, located on the Atlantic Ocean. Casablanca is Morocco's largest city as well as its chief port.
Casablanca was established as a town in 1906 with a population of 20 000. Later in 1907 when the French landed here, Fez was its commercial center whilst Tangier was set up as the city's main harbor. The French were soon ousted however and had to seek a new port altogether and Tangier remained Moroccan. Things have changed much since then however. With a population of over 3 million, Casablanca resembles a Southern European city. Today all duties are handled here except for administration.
Casablanca has a very mild semi-arid Mediterranean climate. Casablanca's climate is strongly influenced by the cool currents of the Atlantic Ocean which tends to moderate temperatures.
Hassan II Mosque can accommodate 2,500 worshippers inside and another 80,000 in its courtyard; this is a truly monumental complex right next to the sea. It covers a site of 9 hectares (22 acres), making it the world’s second largest religious building after the main Masjid al-Haram mosque in Mecca.
Musée du Judaïsme Marocain (The Jewish Museum) is 5km (3 miles) from the city center, in the suburb of Oasis, this is a truly unique attraction because it is not only Casablanca’s only museum, but it is also the only Jewish museum to be found in any Muslim country anywhere in the world. Set in a modern and well-maintained building are collections of religious books, costumes, sacramental artifacts and other items reflecting the role that the today 5,000-strong Jewish community has had and continues to play in Morocco.
Place Mohammed V (formerly Place des Nations Allies) was laid out as the Place de France in 1920, and then renamed as Place des Nations Allies after WWII, then again to Place Mohammed V; this imposing square is undisputedly the heart of the city. Its arcades are lined with bustling cafés and tacky souvenir shops while the impressive clock tower keeps time over the hustle and bustle.
Casablanca is not renowned for the sophistication of its nightlife, and you really need on the spot advice from a local to get the best out of what is there. Downtown, there is a cabaret and a handful of discos while bars, like the cluster along rue Allal Ben Abdallah, tend to be male-only. For ladies, hotel bars like the Bogart/Bergman-themed Casablanca Bar at the Hyatt Regency are more welcoming.
While bars close fairly early, nightclubs open at 2300 and don’t close until 0300, though the less successful ones are depressingly empty.