1st day: (Lunch, dinner) get ready to experience two magnificent cities in the south of Morocco. First, begin the journey in front of your hotel at 8:30 AM or based on a request. The driver will pass by many beautiful panoramic landscapes of Atlas Mountains as well as the Atlantic Ocean and you might have a stop for a break to take some pictures and get some fresh air. You might have the chance to see some flying goats but it is never guaranteed. The ride will take about 3 hours to the fishing port of Essaouira where you will start walking toward the fishing Market. You can have a glimpse of how local people live and how they bargain. Moving to the next stop; to the castle of Sekala to the old town surrounded by walls that witnessed a lot of history that you will discover on foot with a city map provided by the driver. As you finish the medina of Essaouira you will also see the Jewish quarter, a very important stop as Essaouira was known for its Jewish people in the past.
You will stop for lunch and rest before you continue the trip to Marrakech.
In Marrakech, you will go to check in the hotel and then you will have a beautiful night free of movement in the square and surroundings and witness the lively Marrakech at night. it is bright with so many colors as well as sounds of music and its zealous dances. It is not to miss the chance to experience the peak of Fun in Marrakech.
By the end of the night, you will have dinner and go back to rest in the hotel to get ready for the next day.
2nd:: (Breakfast, Lunch) Start your day with a breakfast and some fresh air and get ready to experience the beauty of Marrakech. During the day you will visit: Majorelle Garden founded by Jacques Majorelle; it is about two and a half acres of pure beauty and different types of plants. El Badi Palace and Quobba Almoradives: it is a very old palace that witnessed a lot of Moroccan history since 1578, it shows the Islamic architecture., you are free to explore it all and imagine its past. Bahia Palace is eight hectares. it was built in 19 century and it is another place to taste the Moroccan architecture and the beauty of a Moroccan castle where former leaders of Morocco used to stay. Dar Si Said it is a monument to Moroccan Artisan masters, it displays collections of Berber jewelry leather bags carpets and more. it has also rooms painted with beautiful art. Koutoubia mosque: the largest active mosque in Marrakech with a minerate of 77 meters high, it was completed late 12th century. Saadian Tombs: it is a print left from the Saadian dynasty. They ruled Marrakesh on its golden age.
please not: in Marrakech, those places have entrance fees and they are not included which leaves you the choice to go or not. This trip is flexible.