Senior Travel in Morocco

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Rabat senior travel will take you round this capital of the Kingdom of Morocco located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the river Bou Regreg.

Getting to Rabat city

Mohamed V airport in Casablanca is about 100 miles from Rabat. The airport is much more used than the Rabat Sale and is well connected with the city. There, you can opt for the train or taxi to go to the city center. The taxi station is in the departure terminal of the airport and operates 24 hours. The trip to Rabat will cost around 500 Dirhams, but don't forget to agree on the price with the taxi driver beforehand.

The train station is located on the first floor underground in the arrivals area of the airport. From there you can take a train that will stop in the center of Rabat. Tickets cost 65 Dirhams for economy class and 100 Dirhams for first class. Trains leave every hour from 06.00 am in the morning until 12.00 midnight at night.

Rabat Hotels

Balima Hotel Rabat, Belere Hotel Rabat and Chellah Hotel Rabat are among the many hotels located in the heart of the city and within walking distance from the train station. They are also close to all the main city attractions.

Kasbah des Oudaias

Every Rabat senior travel include this airy village within the city. The Kabash is a pleasant place to take a stroll to admire some interesting architecture and some sites. Inside the Kabash is the palace and Audalucian gardens, as well as a broad terrace, which gives beautiful views of the river and seas close to the city's oldest mosque.

The Citadel of Chellah

Emerging from the boulevards of the Ville Nouvelle (New Town) of Rabat one comes across the ruins of Chellah, once the thriving walled Roman port city of Sala Colonia, abandoned in 1154 in favour of Sale across the other side of the river mouth. In time of the Almohads the site was used as a royal burial ground.

Hassan Mosque

Visit this ancient mosque dating from 1195. Opposite the mosque is the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, one of the great monuments of modern Morocco, inaugurated in 1967. The deceased king lies entombed in white onyx, surrounded by royal guards, and hundreds of Moroccans pay homage by filing through the each day.


This old city is small with a lively atmosphere check out the foundouks (traditional cafes) and shops. On Souika Street you will find the leather sellers at the Sebbat souk (footware bazaar). In Consules Street shops sell curiosities, souvenirs and Moroccan craft items such as copper and embroidery and the famed Rabat carpets.

Rabat senior travel will allow you to see ancient and exciting sites.

Essaouria Morocco Travel Excursion- The Ideal Tour of Essaouria’s Seaside Resort, Private Tours From Marrakech – Your Morocco Travel Guide

Essaouria Morocco is the ideal tour for a one-day excursion from Marrakech or one of the best short breaks for a two-day Marrakech excursion. For Moroccan Travelers who want to take a rest from busy Marrakech, Essaouria is the perfect place to rendezvous and enjoy an Essaouria historical tour, dine on fish by the sea and visit the old Portuguese Ramparts.

Essaouria, formerly known as Mogador is located on the Western Atlantic coast of Morocco. The Director and actor Orson Welles stayed at the Hotel des Iles just south of Essaouria in the 1950’s during the time he filmed the classic version of “Othello.”

“Othello” is a film worth watching before your Essaouria tour as there is several scenes in “Othello” that were shot in Essaouira’s old labyrinthine medina. During Orson Welles stay in Essaouria he met Winston Churchill who was apparently another guest at Hotel des Iles. Winston Churchill was also a guest at the La Mamounia Hotel & Palace in Marrakech. In fact today, there is still a Winston Churchill dedicated room at La Mamounia that Moroccan travelers can visit on a one-day tour to Marrakech.

Essaouira is a city of culture and boasts many small art galleries in addition to Moroccan woodworking shops and metalsmiths. Since 1998, the Gnaoua Festival of World Music has been held annually in Essaouira. The Gnaoua Festival of World music typically takes place the last week of each June. While the Gnaoua Festival of World music has a main focus of World music it also includes rock, jazz, regga and world music.  Referred to as the the “Moroccan Woodstock” Essaouria’s Gnaoua Festival lasts four days and attracts an audience of over 500,000 people to its seaside resort each year.

Travel Exploration’s Essaouria Morocco Travel Itinerary

The Essaouria Ideal Tour Itinerary for a one-day excursion from Marrakech:

►Depart from your hotel in Marrakech. Travel to Morocco’s seaside resort, Essaorira for the day.

► Visit this eighteenth-century seaside medieval town that boasts lovely whitewashed and blue-shuttered houses, colonnades, thuya wood workshops, art galleries and mouthwatering seafood.

►Once called Mogador by European sailors and traders; Essaouria is known for its annual Gnaoua Music Festival that attracts 300,000+ people in June and its expansive beach for surfing called Plage de Safi.

►A stroll along the town’s sunlit pedestrian main square, Place Prince Moulay el Hassan and the Skala du Port, the fishing harbor offers breathtaking views of the Portuguese ramparts. Explore the ramparts and the spice and jewelry souks.

►Have lunch at the fish-grill cafes, with wooden tables and benches laid out overlooking the sea that was once- in the nineteenth century- the only Moroccan port traveled to south of Tangier.

►After lunch visit Orson Welles’ Square and memorial, designed by Samir Mustapha, one of the towns artists, which pays homage to Orson Welles filming of Othello in Essouaria.

►Essaouira, is a city that reminds us of the times when Spain, Portugal and England fought to maintain control over its coasts. It is a typically Portuguese harbor with beautiful architecture as an example of Moorish and Portuguese arts. Essaouira is known for its artists who work on thuja, its silver market, the art gallery and the harbor.

►End your day with a short walk on the beach and then return to Marrakech.

For those Moroccan Travelers who wish to stay extend their Essaouria Tour for another day or two, spend the night at one of Essaouria’s beautiful Riads with views of the sea or at Ryad Mogador, a famous hotel just outside the ramparts. For more information about an extended stay, ask your Morocco Travel Guide.

Morocco Travel Recommendations From Travel Exploration – Ideal Tour One-day Excursions From Marrakech:

Ourika Valley Tour
Ouzoud Waterfalls Tour
Agadir Tour
Safi Tour
High Atlas Tichka Tour
High Atlas Toukbal Tour
For more information about an Essaouria Tour or Essaouira Excursion

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March 17, 2010 change by joekabuya

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