Valeria Dar Atlas All Inclusive

 Route de Fès, Marrakech 40000, Morocco

Lagos: Economy Class Return Ticket on Turkish Airlines
Marrakech:   26-May-2022   -   02-Jun-2022
6 Nights , All Inclusive
Room Type : Double Bed
23*2 / 7kg hand Luggage Allowance Luggage Allowance
Inclusive of Visa Fee
  Shared transfers in an Air Conditioned bus

Total Price ₦685,000.00

Deposit Price ₦300,000.00

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Hotel Name :-
Valeria Dar Atlas All Inclusive
Star Rating :-
Hotel Address :-
Route de Fès, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
Room Type :-
Standard Room
Board Type :-
All Inclusive (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner & Drinks)
Description :-
Located in Marrakech, 5 mi from Bahia Palace, Club Dar Atlas - All Inclusive features a terrace and spa center. Medersa Ben Youssef is 5 mi away. The accommodations is air conditioned and features a seating area. Towels are featured. Club Dar Atlas - All Inclusive also have a hammam and offers massage treatments at extra charges . Guests can enjoy a meal at the on-site restaurant. Marrakech Museum is 5 mi from Club Dar Atlas - All Inclusive. The nearest airport is Marrakech-Menara Airport, 8.1 mi from the property.
Valeria Dar Atlas All Inclusive Facilities:-
Aircond , Basket court , Businessc , Continental breakf , Dryclean , Freewifi , Greek breakf , Inpool , Luggage , Newspaper , Parking , Restaurant , Roomserv , Shops in hotel , Skiing , Spacentre , Squash , Table tennis , Tourdesk , Water sports
Flight Cabin:-
Refundable/Not Refundable:-
* Non-Refundable * Date change allowed with charges
Round Trip
Departure Airport:-
Murtala Mohammed International Airport (LOS )
Airline Name:-
Turkish Airlines
Departure Date:-
Baggage Detail:-
23*2 / 7kg hand Luggage Allowance
Shared transfers in an Air Conditioned bus

Get on and off the official tourist bus of Marrakech as often as you like in 48 hours and explore the many tourist attractions the city has to offer.

Quad biking Marrakech excursion will take you out of the bustling busy streets of Marrakech into the palm grove just outside the city and discover the Berber countryside. If you’re looking for a different and unusual activity outside Marrakech, look no further. This half-day self-drive Quad-biking excursion will take you deeper into the Palmeraie, dotted with thousands of palm trees, to enjoy the scenery, cross the Tensift River, and visit a Berber village where you will share a cup of mint tea with the locals.

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Cash is king in Morocco as only resorts, riads, some restaurants and a handful of shops accept credit cards. ATMs can be hard to find in the Medina (much easier in the new city) so your best bet is to exchange money at the airport. Some riads and resorts will also exchange money for you. The official currency is the Moroccan Dirham(MAD)

Morocco has a rich heritage of crafts and instead of the typical “made in China” souvenirs, the souks are filled with leather goods like shoes, bags, beautiful, beautiful metal work, colorful ceramics and handmade rugs.

Marrakech is also known as the city of luxury, thanks to its famous palaces, 5-star restaurants, luxury spas and hammams and charming riads (traditional houses) in the medina. Amongst others, there is the Mamounia and its enchanting gardens, the luxurious Royal Mansour hammam and the refined cuisine of Namaskar Palace.

Why do tourists visit Morocco?
One of the reasons Morocco is a good place to visit is its varied geography! Morocco doesn't just have paradise beaches and sweeping expanses of desert, it also has mountains! Morocco has two major mountain ranges, the Rif Mountains in the north and the Atlas Mountains stretching through the middle of the country.

Why is Marrakesh so popular?
Marrakesh comprises an old fortified city packed with vendors and their stalls. This medina quarter is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Today it is one of the busiest cities in Africa and serves as a major economic center and tourist destination.

What is so special about Morocco?
Morocco is known for being one of the most tolerant of the Arab nations. The country is relatively safe, peaceful, and stable. Moroccan people, both Arabic and Berber, are also noted for their warm hospitality and warm, friendly nature.

Food in Morocco is a feast for all the senses. The souks are lined with rows of sweet oranges, plump dates and countless varieties of olives while the air is heavy with the scent of intensely fragrant spices from the spice market. Gently spiced shakshuka (eggs cooked in a gently spiced tomato sauce) and spongy Moroccan pancakes are a must for breakfast. You can’t leave Morocco without having a tagine; a stew, usually with chicken, lamb, beef or vegetables cooked and served in a clay pot of the same name. Eating is one of the best ways to experience Morocco. You should try sfenj ( a fried doughnut drizzled with intensely floral honey), msemen (fried bread either served plain or stuffed with spices, meat or cheese), and tanjia (succulent lamb slow roasted in clay pots for hours in underground ovens).

Morocco is a popular destination with nearly year round sunshine. Summers (June-September) can get quite hot with temperature near 100 degrees F while the winter months can get chilly with night time temps dipping into the 30 degree F range. March-May and September-October are generally pleasant with highs in the 70s and 80s.

Morocco has a big tipping culture and it is expected that you tip anyone who assists you (whether that help was wanted or not). Be sure to carry plenty of coins and small bills.

The official languages in Morocco are Modern Standard Arabic and Amazigh (Berber) and additionally many Moroccans speak French. While most people I interacted with spoke English it’s always a good idea to learn a few words of the local language wherever you travel.

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