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- Air-conditioned minivan or 4WD Fuel included
- Bottled water
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- English speaking driver guide
- Local guide
- Personal expenses
- Anything not mentioned in the program
- Tips and gratuities
- Admire the beautiful landscapes and the green plains of atlas mountains
- Explore a Berber village at the top of the Atlas Mountains
- Stroll through the beautiful Cedar Forest and meet the wild barbabry monkeys
- Visit to a rugs cooperative and discover the secrets of berber carpet
- Visit the village of Imouzzer, where Berber families still live in caves.
- See you in Ifrane, a charming French-style village in the mountains.
- Meet some of the last macaques of Barbary.
- Watch the Berber men go about their daily lives and learn more about
Moroccan culture and history.
- The Itinerary of Day Trip to the Middle Atlas Mounatins
This day trip to the Middle Atlas offers a welcome opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of cities. This is a superb opportunity to enjoy the beauty, fresh air and incredible views of this mountain range. Enjoy the morning of a care before spending a charming day in three villages: Imouzzer, Ifrane and Azrou.
Start with a stop at Imouzzer, a small village where Berber families still live in caves. On the way to the second destination, discover one of the most famous Moroccan lakes, surrounded by birds and forests of oaks, cedars, willows and poplars. Take advantage then to take great pictures. The second stop is Ifrane, also called "Little Switzerland", charming alpine village built by the French in 1930. Ifrane, also stop to admire the university Al Akhawayn, alleys lined with flowers, the style of French architecture and more.
After enjoying your lunch at a local restaurant, continue with the national park which is home to 70% of the last macaques of Barbary. Then discover Azrou, a Berber village located in the heart of Morocco. There, watch the men guide their flocks, grind their flour and indulge in their crafts, such as leather work and carpentry. Stroll from cooperative to cooperative and visit a Berber cave to sip a cup of tea and learn the life, culture and traditions of the natives. At 5 pm, head back to your hotel in Fez after a day full of new experiences.