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Morocco – Marvelous Mini Tour 04 Days Trip

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  • 8 Days
  • Max Guests : 20
  • Wifi Available
  • Jun - Dec

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Morocco is a gateway to Africa and a country of dizzying diversity. Here you’ll find epic mountain ranges, ancient cities, sweeping deserts – and warm hospitality.

On our first whirlwind visit to Morocco, we have selected 02 places to visit which are unforgettable! Join the centuries-old trail of nomads and traders to their ancient hearts, in the winding medina maze of Fez to the Medina of the blue city Chefchaouen.
Old imperial cities with plenty of history and character.

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Price Includes:

  • 4 days with Portuguese speaking private driver in minibus.
  • Local guide
  • Portuguese guide (fluent in English)
  • Guided tours according to the program
  • 03 nights in category 4* accommodation with breakfast

Price Excludes:

  • Airline tickets,
  • Personal insurance, Visa, Covid PCR test
  • Meals
  • Entry fees to places of visit
  • Personal Expenses (e.g., laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.)
  • Tips and any items of personal nature

Extra:

– Single supplement: €120
– Plane ticket reservation: €30

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Itinerary

DAY 1 – 16JUN ARRIVAL

Individual arrival to Fez
Private transfer to Hotel Palais D’Hotes

DAY 2 – 17JUN - FEZ

Guided tour of Fez

Fez was the capital of Morocco for over four centuries, and it still remains the cultural center of the country, as well as one of the most important religious centers.
The largest car-free urban area in the world, Fez El Bali (Old Fez) is a warren of twisting lanes and centuries-old monuments and mosques.

More than any other city in Morocco, the old town seems suspended in time somewhere between the Middle Ages and the modern world.

DAY 3 – 18JUN - CHEFCHAOUEN

Private transfer to Chefchaouen
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Afternoon free
Check-in hotel Riad Assilah

 Winding alleyways, cute doorways and charming plazas all in many shades of blue – this is what has attracted millions to this tiny village in the Rif Mountains. Despite overcrowding, Chefchaouen’s medina is still well worth the visit.

An isolated refuge for over 400 years before absorption in the 1920s into the Spanish Protectorate, Chefchaouen (pronounced “shef-sha-wen”), remains today somewhat aloof from the goings-on in the rest of the country. Visiting Chefchaouen requires venturing into the rugged Rif mountains and it almost feels by chance that one comes upon the town, still hidden beneath the towering peaks from which it takes its name. The setting, like much of the Rif, is largely rural and the bright lights and bustling noise of cities less than half a day’s drive away are soon forgotten.

DAY 4 – 19JUN

Free morning
Private Transfer to Fez Airport

 Group minimum 10, maximum 14
Accommodation in Double/Twin rooms, increment 1 single room.
Price: 500,00€ per person in shared twin/double room

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Weather:

June is a popular month for tourism in Morocco. The first of the summer months, it’s a time of year when the kids are out of school, but temperatures are still reasonable in most parts of the country.
In inland cities like Marrakech, the temperature can get as high as 35C during the day, but that’s still a lot cooler than the 40C and up you may find in July and August.
With proper planning, cool clothing, and a handy water bottle, you should find it easy to enjoy your explorations in most areas of the country.

The average daily temperature in Fes and Marrakech ranges from 25C to as high as 35C, although once the sun goes down, things cool off and become much more pleasant. And up in the mountains, days and nights are still quite a bit cooler. In fact, even in June, it is possible to find snow in the High Atlas region of the country.
June marks the beginning of the dry season in Morocco. It is quite normal for most areas to get very little to no rain at all until sometime in September or October. Drought conditions are not uncommon at this time of year. Keep this in mind when traveling, so you don’t become dehydrated during your adventures.

No matter what time of year you visit Morocco, it is always a good idea to think of dressing in layers. In June, loose-fitting clothing made of breathable, natural fabric is definitely preferred over synthetic fabrics, which can hold in the heat and add to your discomfort on a hot day.
Although it is understood that tourists dress differently from the locals, it is still a good idea to be respectful of the conservative nature of the Moroccan people, most of whom are of the Islamic faith. You are less likely to draw negative attention to yourself if you keep your legs covered to below your knees and keep your shoulders and chest covered, as well. There ARE places where shorts and bathing suits are welcome. But when wandering the local Medina, you will have a much more positive experience if you dress a bit conservatively.

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Currency:

Local currency used in Morocco is Dirham, denoted as MAD or Dhs. It’s preferable when you go out pay in Dirham currency. The Moroccan currency is the Dirham.

On the whole, Morocco is inexpensive by Western standards. Moroccans tend to haggle over prices and accept that others will do the same, especially in the country’s markets, or souks. The cost of certain services — such as guides, car rental, and mechanical services — can also be negotiated. However, in businesses such as restaurants and grocery, hardware, electrical, and fashion stores, prices are generally fixed. In the bigger cities, prices for virtually everything are higher, especially in the main tourist centers of Marrakech, Agadir, Fes, and Casablanca. In addition to this, prices can rise for public transport and in hotels and restaurants over the post-Ramadan feasts of Eid al Fitr and Eid al Adha, and again in the main tourist centers over the Easter and Christmas/New Year holiday periods.

As the dirham isn’t traded internationally, there’s no money-changing black market, and exchange rates vary marginally between banks, bureaux de change, and even most hotels. Changing money at a bureau de change is quicker than at banks, although some banks do have dedicated booths just for money exchange.
There is always a problem making change in Morocco, and it’s often difficult to pay with large banknotes. Always be on the lookout for smaller denomination (10 and 20) bank notes and dirham coins, as this will make your life easier during the daily trials of tipping for services and paying for inexpensive everyday goods such as bottled water.


Vaccination:

Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for Morocco. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccinations for Morocco: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza.
COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for travel to all regions, both foreign and domestic.

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