Before we embark on this journey together, let’s take a look at the destinations on our itinerary.
The first stop is Casablanca, our arrival destination and Morocco’s commercial hub. The city’s downtown Mauresque architecture is a nod to its French colonial past. You’ll find a blend of European art deco and Neo-Moorish styles making it an architecture lover’s dream.
Marrakech will be the home base for the trip and a stay near the Medina ensures an authentic Moroccan experience. Walking through the colorful streets and taking in the sights, sounds, and smells is a true sensory delight.
A true lover of textiles will know that Taznakht is a mecca of woven treasures artfully constructed using traditional techniques, delicious color combinations, and adorned with Berber symbolism. Here you will find all women weavers working their magic and see their processes up close and personal.
Known for its picturesque and quintessential Berber architecture, Ouarzazat has had more than a few film features. A popular destination for travelers and a must-see for lovers of a truly rugged landscape. Sitting pretty at the south of the High Altas Mountains, Ouarzazat is the famed gateway to the Sahara Desert.
The awe-inspiring valleys far stretched and carved out by the Dades river in the most divine rose color, make the trip to the Dades Valley so worthwhile. Discover hidden oasis and palaces in the remote rugged landscape nicknamed The Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs.
No Bay-ti journey to Morocco would be complete without a visit to the owner, Rachid Hassani’s home, Rabat. Also the nation’s capital, Rabat is known for its landmarks that recall its Islamic and French-colonial heritage, such as the Kasbah of the Udayas, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The team will experience the warmth of Moroccan culture, its incredible hospitality, and its vibrant culture.
Fes will be the last destination of the journey, but certainly not the least. A final chance to experience the buzzing Medina brimming with the sounds of Krakeb playing spiritual Gnawa music. One last taste of delicious Moroccan cuisine and time to purchase a few last souvenirs to be forever reminded of this enchanting country.
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