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15 Days Egypt & Morocco Tour Package From Casablanca

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Duration

15 days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

20 people

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Inhale the sights of North Africa on this 15-night cultural adventure, in a group no larger than 15. Experience a Nile cruise, the Giza Pyramids, the Valley of the Kings and the Red Sea; check off Morocco from Marrakech, Fes, Rabat, Casablanca, the Sahara and the “Blue City”, Chefchaouen. Your package includes cruise, land transfers, Cairo-Aswan flights, accommodation, breakfast and some meals; it excludes visas, entrance fees, tips, drinks and Cairo-Marrakech flights.

Highlights

  • Hit the Egypt and Morocco highlights on an action-packed 15-night adventure
  • Ride a camel across the dunes and spend the night in a Berber desert camp
  • Discover the Nile on a 3-night cruise from Aswan to Luxor
  • Numbers are capped at 15 travelers: more intimate than the big bus tours What's Included

DAY 1 : CASABLANCA-MARRAKECH

“Trek Morocco Desert Tour” invites you to enjoy Morocco. Morocco Tour starting by pick up you from Mohammad V airport in Casablanca and will be reached to your hotel. Our tour guide will provide brief about Casablanca tour .
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DAY 2 : MARRAKECH (CITY TOUR)

Morocco tour have a guided trip of Marrakech ,then included a visit to the Menara Gardens, the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saâdien tombs and the Bahia palace. You can explore the amazing medina and the fascinating Jamaa El Fna square with lively entertainment and lovely Souks
Stay in Riadroyalagdal.com

DAY 3 : MARRAKECH - Atlas

The Day tour will be an amazing experience for biking & hiking with class cooking in Berber Family house...
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DAY 4 : Atlas mountains – OUARZAZATE – AIT BEN HADDOU – DADES GORGES

Morocco tour departs to the south across the high Atlas Mountains through the 2,260 m altitude mountains pass of Tizin Tichka. Visit to the Ouarzazate and Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. Free time to walk around the the beautiful Kasbah and go to the top to admire the beautiful views of the valley. Passing through the Valley of the Roses, famous for this crop and the different beauty products they make from it, to spend the night in the Dades Gorges. Dinner and night in Hotel .
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DAY 5 : DADES GORGES – TODRA GORGES – TINJDAD – ERFOUD – MERZOUGA

After breakfast Morocco tour will guide you to the desert to Merzouga. Visit Todra palm and Todra Gorge via Erfoud (the capital of fossils) to get to Merzouga. In the afternoon we leave our vehicle and we will take camels to cross the great dunes of the desert for about two hours. Night in the heart of the desert to sleep in tents, enjoying a stunning landscape. Dinner and overnight in nomad tents in the desert.
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DAY 6 : MERZOUGA – MIDELT – FES

Our Morocco tour trek by camels, we breakfast and shower and head for Rissani;first imperial city of Morocco. Here we can admire its unique market, the largest in this region and a place where the nomadic desert tribes come to trade and restock. Very curious to see is the donkey parking place. On the road to Erfoud, we will have a panoramic view of the valley of Ziz with its palm trees and gorges. Once past the Tizi n Talbott pass we will stop in Midelt for lunch. Then we leave on the road to the great cedar forest where we must stop to see the indigenous Barbary monkeys in the wild. Before arriving in Fez, Morocco’s cultural capital, we pass through Ifrane known as Little Switzerland.Bed and breakfast.
Stay in Riadtaha.com

DAY 7 : DAY TRIP IN FES (CITY TOUR)

After breakfast, we will begin our Morocco tour sightseeing of Fez, the most ancient city of the Imperials, founded by Idris I (789) and his son Moulay Idris II (810). We will visit the medieval Medina with its Medersas (religious Islamic universities) Attarine and Bou Anania, the Nejjarine fountain, the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, and the Karaouine Mosque. After our (optional) local lunch we will continue to Fez Jdid (new Fez), and return to our hotel. Overnight: Fez
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DAY 8 : FES - VOLUBILIS – Chefchaouen

After Breakfast,Our Morocco tour departure for Volubilis to visit the Roman ruins, then drive to Chefchaouen, Dinner and accommodation in hotel.
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DAY 9 : Chefchaouen - RABAT – CASABLANCA

we will explore Rabat, the capital and the beautiful sightseeing !!!
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DAY 10 : Casablanca - Egypt

Airport transfer

DAY 11 Egypt Cairo

Arrival in Cairo international airport, Meet & Assist at the airport and After going through Immigration, Baggage Claim and Customs, Transfer to the hotel
Stay in one of the hotels:
Nile pyramids
Ramses Hilton
Nile Tower

DAY 12 Full day Cairo & the pyramids of Giza

The great pyramids are the only ones surviving of the seven wonders of the ancient world. They are Egypt's most visited monuments and among the worlds greatest tourist attractions.
The Ancient Egyptians built the pyramids as tombs to preserve the bodies of their dead kings, especially that they believed in resurrection and immortality, The Pyramids of Giza lie at the western edge of Greater Cairo.
The Great pyramid
The most famous structure in the world and the only surviving of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It was built by King Khufu (Cheops) of the IV Dynasty around 2650 BC. lts height now is 137 m (original height: 146 m). Almost 2.5 million blocks of stone were put into building this pyramid. All this, however, dwindles when compared to the precision and astounding ability of the ancient Egyptian in building this pyramid. Close to the eastern flank of the Pyramid of Khufu lie three small pyramids dedicated either to his wives or family members.
The Second Pyramid
Built by Khafre (Chephren), south-west of his father's (Khufu's) pyramid though lower in height: 136 m. It still retains, on some of its upper parts, the remains of the limestone that had once covered it all. At the base, it measures 215.5 m square. lts interior is simple, with two entrances on the north side. The visitor can also still see the remains of Khafre's mortuary temple, the Temple of the Valley, and rising causeway. These temples witnessed the religious rites during the embalming of the body.
The Third Pyramid
Built by Menkaure (Mycerinus), south-west of the Great and Second Pyramids. It is much smaller than either one (62 m high). It is distinguished by the fact that the lower part of its sides still retain their granite slab coverings.
THE SPHINX
On the way to the Temple of the Valley, lies the large statue of the Sphinx. The Sphinx is carved from a single piece of stone. One of most famous monuments in the world, it is indeed a legendary statue for it has the body of lion and the face of a man. lt is 70 m long and 20 m high. The face of the Sphinx closely resembles that of King Kephren.
THE PERFUMERY
Since time immemorial the Egyptians have been extracting essential oils for essences. Here you have a chance to experience the aromas like, 'The secrets of the desert,' 'The lotus' and all popular international designer perfumes and colognes.
THE PAPYRUS
The papyrus was first made in ancient Egypt- learn how to manufacture this paper using papyrus reeds. And you have an opportunity to buy some hand painted papyrus.
Memphis
Memphis, the oldest capital of Egypt, was built by King Menes, and lies 24 kms south-west of Cairo. The colossal statue of Ramses II is exhibited in the museum. This is the most beautiful representation of Ramses II. It is made of fine-grained limestone, 13 meters long, and weighs 120 tons. Also in Memphis is the Temple for Embalming the Sacred Apies Bull Saqqara.
Saqqara is the oldest Ancient Egyptian cemetery. It lies on a desert plateau, south-west of Cairo. Above rises the Step-Pyramid and mortuary compound, built by the engineer lmhotep for King Zoser. It is composed of six receding mastabas on top of each other. The Pyramid measures 123.5 by 107 m at the base and about 59 m in height.
South of the Step-Pyramid, lies the Pyramid of Unas, last of the V Dynasty pharaohs. It is noted for its tomb chamber whose walls are inscribed with the "Pyramid Texts", and whose ceiling is decorated with stars. Near to the Pyramid of Unas lies the Persian Shaft, a tomb of XXVI (Persian) Dynasty, 25 m deep.
THE CARPET SCHOOL
A visit will be made to learn the intricate art of carpet making at a school specially run for orphan children . Return to the hotel for dinner for overnight.
Stay in one of the hotels:
Nile pyramids
Ramses Hilton
Nile Tower

DAY 13 Cairo discovery

Breakfast at the hotel. Proceed to the full day tour for :
EGYPTIAN MUSEUM
Called the museum of the Egyptian antiquities, it is one of the greatest museums you will ever see, housing an unrivalled collection of antiquities reaching back 5000years.
COPTIC CAIRO
THE HANGING CHURCH (AL MUALLAQA)
The hanging church was built in the 4th century over southern gate of the fortress of Babylon .Dedicated to Virgin Mary, its treasures includes a 14 th century wall painting of the Nativity.
CHURCH OF ST.SERGIUS (ABU SERGA)
A 5 th century basilica built over crypt where the Holy Family is believed to have stayed during their flight into Egypt.
CHURCH OF ST.MERCURIUS (ABU SEFEIN)
It boasts a unique collection of Coptic art including 175 icons that depict scenes from the old and new testaments, wall paintings, etching and stained glass.
GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH OF MARI GIRGIS
Built on one of the towers of Babylon Fortress, this basilica is round in structure with domed roof.
Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight.
In the evening there is Nile cruise Dinner, which lasts for 2 hours, sailing on the Nile with Folkloric Shows and Belly Dancers. At the end of this cruise you will be driven back to your hotel
Stay in one of the hotels:
Nile pyramids
Ramses Hilton
Nile Tower

DAY 14 Cairo - Alexandria - Cairo

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Alexandria by road (2.5 hrs approx)
Highlights of the day:
THE CATACOMBS OF KOM EL SHOUKAFA.
Kom El Shoukafa is an underground wonder world of ornate carvings and paintings and a mixture of Roman and Egyptian designs. It is the largest Roman Funerary complex in Egypt. And dates from the second century A.D. This warren of tombs, on three levels, also contains the Triclinium, where relatives used to sit on stone benches to feast the dead, and a central tomb with reliefs of bearded serpents. Inside are 2nd century A.D. statues of Sobek and Anubis wearing roman armor.
CITADEL OF FORT QAITBEY
This citadel is the further most edifices on the harbors arm. The fort is on the original site of the Pharos, Alexandria’s ancient lighthouse, built in 279 BC to a height of 12 meters and topped with the statue of Poseidon. Although Pharos was restored at various times it had finally crumbled by the time the original fort was built here, in the 1480’s. This magnificent structure houses Fort Qait Beys naval museum.
THE ROMAN THEATER.
Discovered in 1964, after 30 years of excavation, this well preserved ancient Roman Theatre with the marble seats, galleries and sections of mosaic flooring, was probably a roofed theatre used for musical performances and based on the inscriptions carved on the seats, wrestling contests. The theatre had a capacity of 700 to 800 seats and in Ptolemaic times it was park of Pan, a pleasure garden surrounded by Roman villas and baths. Return to Cairo. Evening at leisure
Stay in one of the hotels:
Nile pyramids
Ramses Hilton
Nile Tower

DAY 15 Departure

Your final day starts with breakfast at the hotel followed by check-out. You will then be transferred to the airport for your final departure.

  • Private Transport
  • Driver guide
  • Local guides
  • Hotels and Riads
  • Luxury Desert Camp
  • Dinners and breakfast
  • Visit the cities in Morocco
  • Sahara desert visit
  • Camel ride
  • Explore Alexandria
  • Discover Cairo
  • Visit pyramids
  • Lunch
  • Drinks
  • Tickets of monuments
  • Flight tickets
  • Tips (optional)
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