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Begaa Tours organize Morocco tours including desert Merzouga tours to explore Sahara desert with local guides. We are able to customise tours to suit you. Contact us to help you plan your ideal Morocco holiday.
Desert and culture tours around Morocco with experienced local guides.
Guided Morocco tours with experienced guides and professional drivers.
All our private tours from Tangier includes departure from your hotel. We transfer you in a private and comfortable vehicle, with experienced driver.
INCLUDED IN PRIVATE TOUR :
Pick up from your hotel
Private transport in A/C vehicle
Professional English speaking driver , guide
Accommodation in hotels -
Breakfasts during the tour
Camel ride in desert
Sleeping in desert camp
Drop off at your hotel
NOT INCLUDED :
All lunches and drinks
Anything extra above mentioned in the program
THE GUIDED MOROCCO TOUR IS AVAILABLE EVERY DAY.
The tour starts with hotel pick up in Tangier and and we visit Chefchaouen , Fez, Middle Atlas and Sahara desert in Merzouga. We explore Dades and Todra Gorges with optional hiking in valley. We enjoy guided tour in Marrakech. This is private tour with "Begaa Tours Morocco" -
With Begaa Tours Morocco to explore Fez, Sahara in Erg Chebbi and Marrakech with following program :
We will meet you at the airport or ferry terminal and take you to your hotel in Tangier
After breakfast we travel to Chefchaouen. It is a magical town, dreamlike and as if pulled from the pages of a thousand and one nights, a beautiful blue and white-
Travel to Fes the second largest city of Morocco, Fes was the capital of Morocco until 1925. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is believed to be the largest pedestrian area in the world. The city has two old Medinas. Fes has the oldest continuously functioning Madrasa (school) in the world, founded in AD859. The city has been called the “Mecca of the West” and the “Athens of Africa”.
You will tour the medina with its souks (markets) and winding streets. We will stop at the gateway of the Royal Palace to see the large golden gates and lush gardens. We will also visit the 9th-
We will depart from Fes on our way to Meknes, we will first take an excursion to nearby Volubilis, which is perched on the top of a hill with amazing views of the countryside, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed for being “an exceptionally well preserved example of a large Roman colonial town on the fringes of the Empire”, walk amongst Roman ruins, see the beautiful floor mosaics.
Visit Moulay Idriss and the burial place of the founder of Morocco’s first imperial dynasty. For some Moroccans it is a place of pilgrimage with a large tomb and nearby mosque. Continue to Meknes, the smallest and friendliest of the five imperial cities of Morocco. The old part of Meknes is beautiful and has a feel of the oriental and the Mediterranean at the same time. The immense city walls and gates lead the visitors’ imagination into times long gone. The labyrinth of alleyways and market stands are a joy to any visitor and the friendly inhabitants will gladly show you the products they are selling, like spices, olives, pottery, copper ware or carpets.
Experience the Sun rise in the Sahara Desert! Enjoy a typical Saharan breakfast, then the camel ride back to your hotel for a shower and breakfast. We will then leave for the Palm Plantation of Tafilalet passing through Rissani, the old Alaouite Sahara capital of the ancient Alaouite Sultans. We will then continue on to Alnif where lunch will be waiting. We will follow the road through Tazarine, N’kob oasis and Tansikht from here we will go off road crossing the Draa Valley and its procession of palms until Zagora.
After breakfast we will depart from Zagora on our way to Ouarzazate along the Draa Valley with its thousands of palm trees and plantations. We will continue through Agdez a typical village for this area, we will cross the Anti-
We will spend the morning exploring and absorbing this mystical city. You will discover the majestic silhouette of the Koutoubia that overlooks the red houses, the tombs of Saadian and then visit the Bahia Palace, seat of the Grand Vizier Ba Ahmed dating from the late nineteenth century, which is now a museum of Fine Arts. We will take lunch before Continuing on to the Djemaa el Fna square, the beating heart of the city famous for its souks. The souks offer an incredible shopping experience with a myriad of narrow winding streets that lead through a series of smaller markets clustered by trade
After lunch we will depart to Essaouira. The journey to this former Portuguese fishing village offers up only a few roadside towns and the occasional Berber village. Jimi Hendrix made the pilgrimage, as did Bob Marley and Cat Stevens. Also the inspiration for Hendrix’s song “Castles Made of Sand”. Essaouira, known also as Mogador is famous for its annual festival of “Gnaoua music”. Some of the highlights that you will visit are The Skala, the harbour, the ramparts and the Jewish district called “Derb Lealouj” rebuilt by the Alaouite sultan Mohamed Ben Abdulah in the 18th century. Situated on the Atlantic coast, it has a steady year round temperature in the 20’s, with an expansive golden beach popular with windsurfers and famous for its fresh seafood grills, Thuja wood crafts and artists colony. Old Portuguese ramparts guard the walled city where you can watch silver craftsmen and wood carvers at work in one of the most charming medinas in all of Morocco. Visit a traditional pharmacy and learn about natural medicines and cures, and a women’s cooperative where argan nuts are processed by hand into one of the rarest and most versatile oils in the world.
After breakfast we will depart to Safi, the main fishing port for the country’s sardine industry and famous for its pottery. We will continue to Oualidia via the coastal road with its superb view and have our lunch in a local restaurant. In the afternoon we will drive to El Jadida, famous with its beaches and resorts. Our tour includes a visit to the famous citadel, a reminder of the Portuguese occupation of the 16th Century. After the tour we will continue to Casablanca where we spend the night.
After a breakfast of freshly squeezed orange juice, baguette and fresh fruit, we will leave from Casablanca to visit Tangier, driving along the Atlantic coasts to Asilah, which is a small village of artists and fishermen. The Medina is small and the houses are mostly blue and white. After having lunch we head to our Last destination which is Tangier. Spend the evening exploring the city before dinner and overnight at a Hotel in Tangier.
After breakfast we will drop you at the airport or ferry terminal.The private tour with “Begaa Tours” finishing in Tangier.