Wings Over Spain & Morocco

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Wings Over Spain & Morocco



Tour Description:

EXPLORE TWO COUNTRIES FOREVER LINKED TO THE MOORISH
CULTURE, FLYING BETWEEN DESTINATIONS VIA EXCLUSIVE
CHARTERED FLIGHTS TO DISCOVER HOW THE MOORS SHAPED
THE REGION’S ICONIC ARCHITECTURE AND INCREDIBLE
CUISINE ON A LUXURY JOURNEY THAT FEATURES SEVERAL
UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES, A STAY AT A&K’S
EXCLUSIVE DESERT TENTED CAMP, AND A PRIVATE
FLAMENCO PERFORMANCE AT A PALACE IN SEVILLE.

Aircraft: Bombardier Challenger 850 or comparable

Aircraft and seating configuration subject to change.

Flight Details: Granada-Fez (55 min) | Fez-Erfoud (40 min) | Erfoud-Marrakech (50 min) | Marrakech-Seville (1 hour 20 min)

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Dates & Pricing

Tuesday 07 Mar 23 — Sunday 19 Mar 23Starting at $39,995 Get a Quote
Tuesday 10 Oct 23 — Sunday 22 Oct 23Starting at $39,995 Get a Quote


ITINERARY

Day 1 - Granada, Spain
Arrive in Granada, where you are met and transferred to your hotel. Tonight, join your Resident Tour Director and fellow guests for a cocktail, followed by a welcome dinner at your hotel.

Day 2 - Granada
Discover the Alhambra, a medieval Muslim palace and UNESCO World Heritage Site, led by a top local guide. See the delicate beauty of the Nazaries Palace, the Court of Myrtles and the intricately decorated Court of the Lions. Then, stroll the gardens of the Generalife, a palace from the days of Granada’s last Arab kings.

Day 3 - Fez, Morocco
Board your private chartered flight to Morocco, landing in Fez. Transfer to your hotel, a refurbished former palace, where you stay for lunch. This afternoon, explore Fez el-Jedid (modern Fez). See the Royal Palace, madrasas (school mosques), the city wall and the mellah (Jewish quarter). Tonight at your hotel, attend a cocktail reception and dinner, joined by a guest speaker who reveals fascinating aspects of Moroccan culture.

Day 4 - Volubilis
Journey overland to explore the Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site brimming with iconic architecture and mosaics depicting mythical scenes. Venture to a local winery outside of Meknes for a special Chef ’s Table experience set among the region’s sun-bathed vineyards and olive groves. Sample some of the wine produced here along with a gourmet meal made from locally sourced, organic ingredients.

Day 5 - Fez
Explore Fez el-Bali (Old Fez), the cultural heart of Morocco. Stroll the labyrinthine old quarter, with its 9,000 narrow lanes, alleys and lively souks. View the 14th-century Karaouine — one of the world’s oldest universities — and visit Nejjarine Square.

Day 6 - Sahara Desert
Fly to Er-Rachidia Moulay Ali Cherif, and then transfer overland, stopping for lunch, before rolling out into the Sahara Desert, amid towering red sand dunes, in a 4x4 vehicle. Change modes of transport as you Ride Like a Local by camel to complete your journey to A&K’s exclusive nomadic tented camp. As the sun sets over the dunes, toast your desert sojourn with a Scenic Sundowner. Later, relax to the sounds of authentic Moroccan entertainment beside a campfire, before adjourning to a nearby tent for a dinner of regional dishes with wine. Slumber tonight in comfort, in the silent Sahara.

Day 7 - Marrakech
Fly by private charter to Marrakech, saving hours of overland travel time. Upon arrival, stop for lunch, and then marvel at a horse show featuring stunning Arabian stallions. Then, check in to your exquisite hotel — and your elegant riad room. Tonight, gather for a traditional Moroccan dinner prepared by an award-winning chef at the hotel’s restaurant.

Day 8 - Marrakech
Visit the Jardin Majorelle, a picturesque garden created by French painter Jacques Majorelle and later restored by design legend Yves Saint Laurent. Tour the on-site Pierre Bergé Museum of Berber Arts and the Yves Saint Laurent Museum nearby, which reveals his vast portfolio. This afternoon, enjoy one of these Design Your Day activities. Learn to Cook with Moroccan Spices during a hands-on cooking class with a local chef. Explore the City’s Souks with an expert guide, walking narrow streets lined with shops plying local food and crafts. Walk the Historic Jewish Quarter (Mellah) with a guide, a place once known as a bastion of religious tolerance. Afterward, return to your hotel with your evening at leisure.

Day 9 - Marrakech
Explore Marrakech, starting at Bahia Palace, an exemplary example of privileged life here in the 19th century. Then visit the Dar El Bacha Palace or the Dar Si Said Museum. Savor lunch at a local restaurant, followed by an opportunity to discover the meandering souks and colorful Djemaa el-Fna, Marrakech’s main square, filled with orange juice stalls, mime artists and street musicians performing at every turn. Later, gather for a special dinner featuring entertainment by a gnaoua band.

Day 10 - Seville, Spain
Board a privately chartered flight to Seville, Spain, where you check in to your hotel, and then walk with your guide to the Royal Alcázar — a monumental palace — for a special after-hours visit. Finish the evening with a dinner of authentic Spanish tapas.

Day 11 - Seville
Today, explore the Seville Cathedral with a guide, and then visit the Casa de Salinas, where you meet a member of the family that owns this small, private 16th-century palace. Tonight, after dinner at a local restaurant, experience a private, after-hours visit to Baroque Hospital de la Caridad and hear Gregorian chant performed live.

Day 12 - Córdoba & Seville
Venture by train to Córdoba, in Spain’s Andalusia region, for a walking tour of its whitewashed medieval streets. Stroll to its heart: the old Jewish quarter, part of the historic center of Córdoba, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then, discover the magnificent Mezquita, viewing its 10th-century splendors, and continue to Medina Azahara, one of the main archaeological sites in Spain, before returning to Seville. Later this evening, ride by horse-drawn carriage to a private reception and farewell dinner, followed by a performance of flamenco dancing and singing — a fitting coda to your amazing Moorish adventure.

Day 13 - Depart Seville
After breakfast, transfer to the airport and depart.