A journey dedicated to discover a fascinating world, at the same time so close and so far away from Europe. The visit of the renowned Imperial Cities forms the first part of the tour in this north African country: Rabat, Capital of the state, settled between Bou Regreg river and Atlantic Ocean, the fortified walls and its monuments, the Necropolis of Chellah on the hill, with its extraordinary remains deep in the green hosting dozens of nests of storks. Meknes and its magnificent walls and famous door, Bab el Mansour, Volubilis Roman ruins in the hills around this Imperial City. Fes, town that preserves all its Oriental charme and allows visitors to feel an unexpected experience to see how was the life in Middle Ages walking through old town ups and downs tiny streets admiring some Islamic colleges, antique shops, the unbelievable dyer quarter with its coulours and odours. The second part of the tour crosses the Middle and High Atlas Range offering a wide variety of views from the wooded lands around Fes to a pre-desertic area in the south, with its pastel colours and big palm grove oasis. Large spaces, fascinating red soft shade dunes of Merzouga, innumerable kasbahs along the Valley of Draa river, a luxury bivouac magically and specially prepared for our guests only and dismantled after their departure, the excitement to spend one night in the middle of nowhere, the itinerary in the deep south of Morocco following a stage of the renowned Race Paris-Dakar that few years ago was passing here. The last part of this tour leads to Marrakech, called also the red city, driving on one of the most extraordinary roads of this country with its incredible views and overlooking the Atlas Valleys. Marrakech, last Imperial city of the journey, is able to seduce and enchant also the experienced traveller offering one of the best-known squares in Africa swarming with people, large souks, hundreds of stands where to bargain all the day long, its imposant minaret of Koutoubia Mosque, the scent of spices.