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MINI MOON MOROCCO TOUR

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MINI MOON MOROCCO TOUR

Mini Moon In Morocco - A 7-Day Mini Moon Private Morocco Tour for Newlyweds traveling on a Limited Timeframe. 
Morocco Tour Description: Experience the magic of Morocco on this expertly crafted 7-day Mini Moon tour, perfect for couples seeking a romantic escape on a limited timeframe. This private luxury Honeymoon journey combines cultural immersion, adventure, and intimate moments in some of Morocco's most enchanting and stylish locations.
Indulge in stylish accommodations at exclusive Boutique Riads and Hotels, hand-picked for their romantic ambiance and impeccable service.
Your Mini Moon adventure includes:
  • A breathtaking hot air balloon ride over the Atlas Mountains at sunrise
  • An unforgettable night in a luxury Sahara Desert camp under starlit skies
  • A gourmet picnic amidst the lush Skoura Palm Groves
  • A private guided tour of Marrakech's most captivating sites
  • An evening exploration of the vibrant Djemaa El Fna night market
  • An authentic tea ceremony with a welcoming Berber family
Discover hidden gems and secret spots perfect for honeymooners, creating memories to last a lifetime. This carefully curated itinerary balances must-see attractions with off-the-beaten-path experiences, ensuring a truly unique romantic getaway.
Tour Name: Mini Moon in Morocco
Places Visited: Marrakech, Atlas Mountains, Skoura Palmerie the Sahara Desert
Duration: An 7-Day Mini Moon Morocco Tour 
Morocco Private Tour Inclusions: 
Transport in Luxury 4x4 or Viano, Multilingual Speaking Driver, Airport Transfers, Local, Expert Historical Guides for Imperial Citiy Visits, Guided Day Tours, Trekking Guide for High Atlas, Admission Fees to Monuments and Attractions, Boutique Riads and Luxury Hotels, Luxury Desert Camp with en suite facilities, 10 Meals 
Tour Route: We recommend this Morocco Itinerary start and end in Marrakech. 
Book a  Mini Moon Tour or call (800) 787-8806. Let us be your  Private Morocco Travel Guide
MINIMOON IN MOROCCO - PRIVATE TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:
- Luxuriate in exquisite Moroccan riads and boutique hotels, each chosen for its romantic ambiance and authentic charm
  • Soar over the majestic Atlas Mountains in a hot air balloon, witnessing a breathtaking Marrakech sunrise
  • Embark on an exclusive Marrakech food tour for two, savoring local delicacies in the bustling Djemaa El Fna night market
  • Unwind in a rose petal-strewn, candlelit bubble bath in your private Jacuzzi, the perfect romantic interlude
  • Experience a magical Arabian Nights dinner under the stars in the Sahara Desert, surrounded by flickering candlelight
  • Indulge in an intimate gourmet picnic with wine pairing in a secluded corner of Skoura's lush palm groves
  • Immerse yourselves in Berber culture with a traditional henna party, accompanied by the rhythmic sounds of Hadous musicians in the Atlas Mountains
This carefully curated Mini Moon itinerary combines luxury, adventure, and cultural experiences, creating unforgettable memories for newlyweds in the enchanting setting of Morocco.
Day 1-2: Marrakech - Imperial City Exploration
Day 1: 
- Arrive in Marrakech, founded in 1062 by the Almoravids 
- Pass the 16th-century Bab Agnaou, one of the city's 19 monumental gates
- Visit the Majorelle Gardens, and Yves Saint Laurent Museum: A vibrant oasis of exotic plants and Berber art. This lush, garden estate with unique cactus, dry tolerant plants and beautiful fauna was designed by Jacque Majorelle. It is currently maintained by Yves Saint Laurent's Foundation. 
- Evening food tour in Djemaa El Fna, experiencing a millennium-old tradition. You will be led on an authentic culinary journey of local Moroccan cuisine. Our Marrakech Food Tour offers you the opportunity to sample dishes you may not have the chance to try before such as a local Marrakchi Tangia, a specialty meat dish, Moroccan harira soup, sardine meatballs, two varieties of lamb, smoothies, a Moroccan doughnut, simmering hot mint tea or a local sweet and more!
- Overnight in a luxurious riad in Marrakech
Day 2:
- Start at the 12th-century Koutoubia Mosque, epitome of Almohad architecture
- Explore the Madrasa Ben Youssef, a 14th-century Islamic college
- Tour the Dar Si Said Museum, housed in a 19th-century palace
- Visit the Saadian Tombs, showcasing exquisite 16th-century craftsmanship
- Explore El Badi Palace ruins, built by Ahmad al-Mansur in 1578
- Tour El Bahia Palace, a 19th-century masterpiece of Alaouite-era architecture
- Discover the 700-year-old Dar el Bacha Palace
- Wander through the 16th-century Mellah, one of Morocco's largest Jewish quarters
- End with a visit to the Shrine of Sidi Bel Abbes, patron saint of Marrakech
- Overnight in a luxurious riad in Marrakech
Day 3-4: Skoura - Oasis of Kasbahs
Day 3:
- Cross the High Atlas via Tizi n'Tichka, part of the ancient Salt Road
- Cross the High Atlas via Tizi n'Tichka, part of the ancient Salt Road
- Visit Telouet Kasbah, once seat of the powerful Glaoui family
- En route stop at an Argan Cooperative where Argan Oil, Butter and Cosmetics made with the Argan nut by hand as Berber women crack the nuts and the grind them one by one. Have a complimentary tasting. This cooperative is run entirely by women.
- Explore UNESCO-listed Ait Benhaddou, an 11th-century ksar situated in Souss-Massa-Draâ on a hill along the Ouarzazate River. Lawrence of was filmed here and Orson Welles used it as a location for Sodome and Gomorrah; and for Jesus of Nazareth the whole lower part of the village was rebuilt. In recent years more controlled restoration has been carried out under UNESCO auspices
- Stop at Taourirt Kasbah in Ouarzazate, a 19th-century palatial complex
- Arrive in Skoura, an oasis town on the ancient caravan route
- Overnight in a luxurious lodge in Skoura
Day 4:
- Begin at Kasbah Amridil, a 17th-century fortified dwelling in the Skoura palmeraie
- Visit the Skoura palmeraie and the Valley of 1000 Kasbahs. The “Valley of One Thousand Kasbahs” is a fertile oasis lined with immense palm groves that provide great views of the Atlas Mountains alongside deserted landscapes. The most beautiful kasbahs in southern Morocco can be found here.
- Visit the ruins of the 12th-century Kasbah Aït Aïssa
- Explore Dar Aït Sidi El Mati, a partially restored 18th-century kasbah
- Tour the 19th-century Kasbah Aït Abou
- Journey to M'Goun Valley to see prehistoric Dinosaur footprints
- Visit Kelaat M'Gouna, Valley of Roses, a center of rose water production since the 16th century
- Overnight in a luxurious lodge in Skoura
Day 5: Sahara Desert - Berber Culture and Stargazing
Drive through the Dades Valley, noting its unique geological formations
- Visit a nomad family in the Mgoun region, learning about their centuries-old lifestyle
- Sip Tea with Nomads in their rural cave
- Continue to Merzouga, gateway to the Sahara
- Camel trek into the Erg Chebbi dunes, following ancient trade routes-
Overnight in a luxury desert camp, enjoying traditional Berber music and astronomy
Day 6-7: Return to Marrakech via Ouarzazate
Day 6:
Morning desert sunrise experience
-  Visit Rissani, once the last stop on the great caravan routes
- Stop at the Todgha Gorge, a series of limestone river canyons
- Explore Ouarzazate, "The Door of the Desert," and its film studios
- Overnight in a luxurious lodge in Ouarzazate
Day 7:
Return to Marrakech via the Ounila Valley, dotted with ancient kasbahs
- Final shopping in the souks of Marrakech
- Farewell dinner at a rooftop restaurant overlooking Djemaa El Fna
- Departure from Marrakech
This itinerary offers a blend of historical exploration, cultural immersion, and romantic experiences across Morocco's diverse landscapes. 
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