Explore Atlas mountains and its unique attraction of Ait Benhaddou , Unesco site.
VISIT AND EXPLORE MARRAKECH
Marrakech is most visited city in Morocco and its Jamma el Fna square is one of the most attractive squares in the world.
VISIT AND EXPLORE FES
Fes is most important cultural city in Morocco. It is one of 4 former Imperial cities.
MERZOUGA CAMEL TREKKING
Explore Merzouga desert in camel ride and experience sleeping in Sahara desert camp. Enjoy also unique activities in desert as sand-
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1 day excursion from Fes
Volubilis is a partly excavated Amazigh then Roman city in Morocco commonly considered as the ancient capital of the kingdom of Mauritania. Built in a fertile agricultural area, it was developed from the 3rd century BC onwards as an Amazigh then protoCarthaginian settlement before being the capital of the kingdom of Mauritania. It grew rapidly under Roman rule from the 1st century AD onwards and expanded to cover about 42 hectares with a 2.6 km circuit of walls. The city gained a number of major public buildings in the 2nd century, including a basilica, temple and triumphal arch. Its prosperity, which was derived principally from olive growing, prompted the construction of many fine town-
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We enjoy exploring Meknes
We explore Roman ruins of Volubilis
1 day excursion from Fes
A Berber tribe called the Miknasa (Imeknasen), originally from the Tunisian south, settled here in the 9th century. The Almoravids founded a fortress in Meknes during the 11th century. It resisted the Almohads rise, and was thus destroyed by them, only to be rebuilt in a larger size with mosques and large fortifications. Under the Merinids it received further madrasas, kasbahs and mosques in the early 14th century, and continued to thrive under the Wattasid dynasty. Meknes saw its golden age as the imperial capital of Moulay Ismail following his accession to the Sultanate of Morocco (1672–1727). He installed under the old city a large prison to house Christian sailors captured on the sea, and also constructed numerous edifices, gardens, monumental gates, mosques and the large line of wall, having a length of 40 kilometres (25 miles).