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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
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- Visit of the Hassan tower: the symbol of Rabat and Morocco.
- Visit Mohammed V mausoleum: the royal tomb of the last 3 kings of Morocco.
- Visit of the Oudaya Kasbah: old castle and military base of Moresque’s.
- Visit the Ruins of Chellah and the Merinid royal tombs.
- Visit the archaeological museum of Rabat.
- Visit of the villa of arts: the door of arts and culture in Morocco.
- Go through the ramparts of Rabat and visit the royal palace (outside).
- The Itinerary of Day Trip to Rabat ( the capital of Morocco)
Take a full day trip from Casablanca to Rabat, the first must to visit when you are in Rabat is the Hassan Tower; Symbol of Rabat and Morocco. The Tower was originally to be the minaret of the largest mosque in the Muslim world which unfortunately was never completed. You also explore the Mohammed V Mausoleum; Royal Tombs of the last 3 kings: King Mohammed V and his two sons Moulay Abdellah and Hassan II.
The second most important place in Rabat is the Kasbah of Oudayas. An old fortified military camp with all houses and alleys painted blue and white. Inside you can visit an antique military prison, gardens and a museum.
You also visit the ruins of Chellah; the calmest place in Rabat; It is ideal for relaxing and strolling on the site far from the noise of the medina. During your walk, you will surely have the opportunity to see some storks flying over the site and who have decided to nest on the remains of the minaret.
In addition, you explore the archeology museum of Rabat, one of the most beautiful museums in Morocco and the richest in everything related to the prehistoric and pre-Islamic world. And after, you visit the villa of arts: the door of arts and culture in Morocco.
Pass, finally, by the cornice and admire the beautiful landscapes since the valley of Bouregreg. Before going to sale (small town near Rabat) to discover its historical monuments, its cultural heritage, its old ramparts, its pretty narrow streets, and the ancient architecture of its houses and souks.