Fes to Middle Atlas Excursion
To reach Ifrane, cross the small town of Immouzer Kandar busy summer for its more temperate climate than that of Fez. Then we made a detour to the amazing Lake Daiet Aoua: you can admire the surrounding hills is reflected in its waters, or riders who take it for a playground.
Fes to Chefchaouen Excursion
Berber town situated about thirty miles from Fez, Sefrou is known from the twelfth century. Then a meeting point between the North and the South Valley Tafilalet. Sefrou is appreciated for its waterfalls, its diverse landscapes that can be admired from the shrine of Sidi Ali Bousserghine.
Fes to Sefrou /Bhalil Excursion
After Meeting you in your Hotel / Riad we will start a day trip to chefchaouen Travelling through the middle atlas Mountain ,Chefchaouen is situated in the Rif Mountains, just inland from Tangier and Tetouan The city was founded in 1471,as a smallfortress which still exists to this day , Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue door and white-walled medina that was originally a Berber post. Only visited by 3 Westerners up until 1920 when Spanish troops invaded, Chefchaouen was once considered a city that was impossible to be visited by a Christian.
Chefchaouen is one of the most spectacular places the JBT frequents. This laid-back mountain town has gotten even more chill than before. Here, the Spanish culture is prevalent and if you speak a little Spanish, then you will get by easily. We offer day hiking around the town, and also offer extended trips that will take you through some of the Rif Mountains more rustic environs.
Fes to Meknes Excursion
In the morning we will start a day trip to Moulay Idriss ,Volubilis and Meknes .we will pass and visit moulay driss where there ‘s the mausoleum of moulay idris the founder of fes , one of the holiest cities in Morocco.then we visit the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis and spend enough time exploring the 2000-year-old ruins and getting a picture of life during the Roman Empire , Upon arrival in Meknes, one has a magnificent view of the Medina. The tour begins with a tour of the walls with monumental gates dating from the seventeenth century Berdaïne Bab, Bab Khemis. We continue exploring the city by the stables (Rua), attics (HERI), and Stud. Stop needed at the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail was for a long time the only mosque that non-Muslims could visit in Morocco. It then exits through the famous Bab Mansour El on the vast square Hedim. On the other side of the square, the Museum of Moroccan Art “Dar Jamai” offers a wide variety of handcrafts, then we took the road back to fes.