➢ Day1 : Arrival to Marrakech (transfer included):
Assistance, welcoming and transfer to L’Oriental Medina Riad & Spa or Similar.
➢ Day 2 : Free Day (optional excursions)
➢ Day 3 : Transfer to Imlil and HB accommodation at Les étoiles du Toubkal or similar :
Imlil is a base for mountain guides and muleteers who work in the area surrounding Jebel Toubkal. It is also a main entry point for those wishing to trek in the mountains in this area. The valley in which Imlil lies is periodically flooded. The most obvious evidence of the most recent flood (1995) is the wreckage of cars on the valley floor north of Imlil. At this point in the mountains, it becomes true Berber country. The almost constant hustling continues, but it feels of a much less threatening nature.
➢ Day 4 : Free day at Imlil and accommodation at Les étoiles du Toubkal or similar in HB :
➢ Day 5 : Transfer from Imlil to Essaouira and BB accommodation at Riad Al Khansaa or similar :
➢ Day 6 : Private guided tour of Essaouira and BB stay at Riad Al Khansaa or similar :
Essaouira is an exceptional example of a late-18th-century fortified town, built according to the principles of contemporary European military architecture in a North African context. Since its foundation, it has been a major international trading seaport, linking Morocco and its Saharan hinterland with Europe and the rest of the world. Already completed by the 19th century and clearly defined by its ramparts, the Medina of Essaouira possesses all the essential components for its integrity. Comprising a harmonious ensemble associated with natural elements (Mogador Archipelago) and high quality cultural elements, the town today retains its integrity and its original distinctive style. Despite its integrity being slightly altered, notably due to degradation of buildings in the Mellah district, the degree of loss does not compromise the significance of the property as a whole.
➢ Day 7 : Transfer back to Marrakech and BB stay at L’oriental Medina riad & spa or similar :
The commercial area of the Medina, is in the northern Jemaa El Fna, and it is a convoluted maze which is bound to confuse you but gets extremely interesting when you reach the centre. The wonderful network of souks also comprises a lot of shops and stores that you can explore. Medina souks is one of the star landmarks in the city, allowing you to dive in and explore the twisted maze of alleyways. The further in you venture, the more fascinating it becomes. Every street and section has its own speciality, from selling carpets and textiles to incredible antique doors. Shoppers appreciate the stunning hand-carved trinkets and ornaments. You can get soaps, medicines, spice and what not! This attraction reflects the true spirit of the city.