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7 días desde Tánger norte y sur

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Reserve sus 7 días desde Tánger norte y sur

Día 1: Tánger – Fez:

Iniciamos nuestros 7 días desde Tánger norte y sur. Recogida y traslado a Fez, la capital cultural de Marruecos.

Día 2: Fez

Continuamos nuestros 7 días desde Tánger norte y sur. Un día descubriendo la ciudad de Fez, capital cultural y la más antigua de las ciudades imperiales del país, que fue durante siglos el centro cultural y religioso del mundo islámico occidental y fue declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, callejones de Yourlabyrinthine estructurados por gremios de alfareros. , tintoreros … y el bullicio de la gente te transportará siglos atrás, es una ciudad medieval que perdura en el tiempo, 1200 años después de su fundación, los monumentos que se pueden visitar: Medersas (escuelas coránicas): Chahrij, Bouinania Attarin. El-Jedid, Mezquita Karaouine, almuerzo en un restaurante típico de la Medina y tarde libre. Alojamiento en el hotel o Riad.

Día 3: Fez – Dunas de Merzouga:

Conduzca a las hermosas dunas de Merzouga, pasando por Ifran conocido como “el marroquí de Suiza”. Nos detenemos para visitar el bosque de cedros de Azrou y observamos a los monos escalar los cedros. Luego seguimos el camino y cruzamos las suaves montañas del Medio Atlas, Midelt a través del río Ziz y deténgase para tomar fotos de impresionantes vistas panorámicas sobre las gargantas del río. Continúe hacia la ciudad de Erfoud famosa por los fósiles que se extraen de las rocas. Llegada a las dunas de “Erg Chebbi” en Merzouga, donde podemos sentir La paz y la tranquilidad del desierto donde podemos ver el espectáculo de la puesta de sol y el fascinante cielo estrellado. Cena y alojamiento en una cabaña al pie de las dunas.
 

Día 4: Merzouga Ouarzazate:

Despierte y si las nubes nos lo permiten, podemos tener la oportunidad de contemplar el hermoso espectáculo del amanecer sobre el mar de dunas, luego montar en camellos y regresar al albergue donde puede tomar una ducha y desayuno, continuamos a Ouarzazate, la primera ciudad imperial de Marruecos para visitar su mercado más legendario en todo el sur de Marruecos. Continúa hacia Tazzarine por Alnif, en la cuenca media Mader. Seguimos el camino hacia las famosas gargantas del Todra, el valle del Dades, el valle de las Rosas y Skoura. oasis. Llegada a Ouarzazate, cena y alojamiento en hotel.
 

Día 5: Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah Marrakech:

Desayuno y salida hacia la ruta de Marrakech antes de seguir la ruta hacia Marrakech, en dirección a la antigua Kasbah de Ait Ben Haddou, Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. Visite la Kasbah donde muchas películas, como Obelix, Babel, Sahara, El Reino de los Cielos, Cleopatra y Gladiator. Luego seguimos la ruta de regreso a Marrakech, cruzando las montañas del Alto Atlas por la colina del paso de Tizin (el puerto más alto del Atlas, con 2.260 m. De altitud) con sus espectaculares vistas que llegan por la tarde a Marrakech.
 

Día 6: Marrakech-Casablanca:

Salida por la mañana hacia la capital económica Casablanca Marruecos.visitará Mezquita Hassan II, una de las mezquitas más grandes del mundo islámico. Por la tarde traslado al hotel.
 

Día 7: Casablanca-Tánger:

Tanger outlet para traslado al aeropuerto.

Esto concluye nuestros 7 días desde Tánger norte y sur

Lo que se incluye en estos 7 días desde Tánger norte y sur
– Recorrido en vehículo 4 × 4 / Minibus con A / C
– Conductor / guía
– Combustible
– Pernoctaciones en hotel / riad (desayuno y cena incluidos)
– Camello Trekking y noche en el desierto
– Camello por persona
– Turbante cada uno para el viaje en camello en el desierto
– Sandboard en las dunas

No incluido:
– vuelo
– almuerzos
– bebidas

NOTA: Si los itinerarios que ofrecemos no coinciden con lo que está buscando, contáctenos y prepararemos el viaje según sus necesidades y requisitos.

Reserve ahora sus 7 días desde Tánger norte y sur

Travel is the movement of people between relatively distant geographical locations, and can involve travel by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, bus, airplane, or other means, with or without luggage, and can be one way or round trip. Travel can also include relatively short stays between successive movements.

The origin of the word “travel” is most likely lost to history. The term “travel” may originate from the Old French word travail, which means ‘work’. According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, the first known use of the word travel was in the 14th century.

It also states that the word comes from Middle English travailen, travelen (which means to torment, labor, strive, journey) and earlier from Old French travailler (which means to work strenuously, toil). In English we still occasionally use the words “travail”, which means struggle. According to Simon Winchester in his book The Best Travelers’ Tales (2004), the words “travel” and “travail” both share an even more ancient root: a Roman instrument of torture called the tripalium (in Latin it means “three stakes”, as in to impale).

Day 1
Kathmandu to Pokhara (By flight or Bus)

Arrive at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu, you are welcomed by the team and then you will be transferred to your hotel. This trail goes through Ghorepani Poon Hill. Normally, the trek starts like Phokhara to Nayapul and ends like Phedi to Pokhara.

Day 2
Drive to Nayapul and trek to Ulleri

While early travel tended to be slower, more dangerous, and more dominated by trade and migration, cultural and technological advances over many years have tended to mean that travel has become easier and more accessible. The evolution of technology in such diverse fields as horse tack and bullet trains has contributed to this trend.

Day 3
Trek to Ghorepani

The Palace of Fifty five Windows: This magnificent palace was built during the reign of King Yakshya Malla in A.D. 1427 and was subsequently remodeled by King Bhupatindra Malla in the seventeenth century. Among the brick walls with their gracious setting and sculptural design, is a balcony with Fifty five Windows, considered to be a unique masterpiece of woodcarving.

Day 4
Early trek to Poon Hill for Sunrise, Back to Ghorepani and Trek to Tadapani

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts.

Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia.

Day 5
Tadapani to Chomrong

Even the all-powerful Pointing has no control about the blind texts it is an almost unorthographic life One day however a small line of blind text by the name of Lorem Ipsum decided to leave for the far World of Grammar.

Day 6
Chomrong to Dobhan (Dovan)

The Big Oxmox advised her not to do so, because there were thousands of bad Commas, wild Question Marks and devious Semikoli, but the Little Blind Text didn’t listen.

Day 7
Dovan to Deurali

When she reached the first hills of the Italic Mountains, she had a last view back on the skyline of her hometown Bookmarksgrove, the headline of Alphabet Village and the subline of her own road, the Line Lane. Pityful a rethoric question ran over her cheek.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Pick-up or Drop-off service from and to Airport(in our own vehicle)
  • Transportation to and from!!
  • Food all along the trip(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and a cup of coffee or tea) and accommodations during the trip in hotels with family environment
  • Transportation, food, accommodation and insurance of Guide during the trip
  • Down jacket, all-season sleeping bag, duffel bag and trekking map(in case if you don’t have your own. Down jacket, sleeping bag and duffel bag must be returned after completion of the trip)
  • First Aid Medical Kit(Your guide will carry the Medical Kit but we also advise to bring yourself for your own use, as far as possible)
  • All the required permits and paperwork

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare
  • Visa Charges
  • Hotel Expenses(In Kathmandu, some packages do include hotel expenses)
  • Your travel and medical insurance
  • Personal Expenses such as shopping, bar bills, hot shower, telephone, laundry, titbits etc
  • Food and accommodations in Kathmandu
  • Services not mentioned or not promised by the agent/agency
  • Emergency expenses such as expenses on chartered helicopter.
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Frequently asked Questions

How fit do I need to be to do this trek?

Annapurna Base Camp is a Grade B or a moderately difficult trekking route. So any fit person can do this trek, even if you do not have any previous experience. You should be aware of what to expect and mentally prepare for it. Then, as long as you will to, you can.

How long do we walk every day when doing Annapurna Base Camp trekking?

On average, you walk about 4 to 6 hours per day. One or two days can be as less as 3hrs and one or two days can be as long as 7hrs.

What is the highest altitude reached in this trek?

The highest altitude reached is 4190m. This is the elevation of Annapurna Base Camp. ABC is the highest we will climb in this trek.

What about battery charging and hot shower facilities?

Yes, you can charge batteries en route. Charger should be brought. There are hot shower facilities as well. You may have to pay certain amount for both ($1-$2). Negotiate. Also, hot water facility could be free at lower elevation.

Are there ATMs on the way to Annapurna Base Camp?

No. There are no ATMs on this trek route. You will have to draw enough cash in Pokhara or Kathmandu. There are a number of ATMs in these cities. Everything is paid in Nepali rupees. So money should be exchanged before the start of the trek.

What about internet access?

Yes. Internet can be accessed in most places. Sometimes, there might be some technical problems. Internet in Nepal is not as fast as you are used to and at times you can just lose connection.

Is it necessary to hire Guides/trekking agency for Annapurna Base Camp trekking?

Not really. It depends on you. If you want, ABC trekking can be done independently. You could hire a guide and a porter by yourself instead of going through an agency or not hire a guide at all. Although, not having a guide can be a little problematic during off season.

It really depends on you. Is it your first time in Nepal? How confident are you of being able to find your way around? How pressed on time are you? If you go through an agency, it will be costlier but everything will be planned. You will only have to come, trek and return.

How much do guides and porters cost?

For Annapurna region, pay for guides range from $20 to $30 per day and porters take $15 to $25 per day.

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Trip Facts

  • 1-12 people
  • Moderate

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