Morocco Jewish heritage tour-Morocco kosher tour package

Morocco Jewish tour is 10 days of exploring the history and the culture of Jewish in Morocco, this tour is offering a chance to learn, in depth, reflect the sights, personality, cemeteries of Jewish.

Tour Duration: A 10-Day Jewish Heritage Morocco Private Tour
Trasportation: In Mercedes Vito / Luxury 4×4
Starting & Finishing Point: Casablanca

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Morocco Jewish heritage tour is a unique Morocco tour through the Jewish heritage sites to learn its history, visits historic synagogues, Mallahs, visit monuments, museums, and Cemeteries.  Adrar travel’s Jewish heritage tour is a designed 10 days tour From Casablanca with a full cultural experience that glances at Jewish tradition and rich patrimony.

For centuries Jus and Muslims live side by side in Morocco, in a big harmony almost in every city in Morocco. By 1949-1970 there were over 300000 Jewish that moved from Morocco to Israel, however, there is still few Jewish that still live in big cities like Casablanca, while there is a unique heritage left-back, beautiful Mallahs, a unique architecture that stands to present this Moroccans.

 

 

Itinerary:

1st day: Casablanca Arrival – Jewish Heritage Site seeing Tour & Guided City Visit

Our driver/guide will pick you up from Mohamed V airport, night in a hotel.

If time allows, We will start our tour by Visiting Temple Beth-El, the Jewish Synagogue in Casablanca. Beth-El considered the centerpiece of a once vibrant Jewish community. Its stained glass windows and other artistic elements are what attract tourists to this beautiful synagogue. Overnight in a hotel

2nd day: Casablanca Jewish guided tour- Rabat 

Today We start by visiting the Museum of Moroccan Judaism in Casablanca. Established in 1997, it is the only museum devoted to Judaism in the Arab world; this museum traces 2000 years of history and traditions of Jews in Morocco and particularly in Casablanca.

Visit Casablanca’s Jewish Cemetery, Mellah & Synagogues:

Visit Temple Beth-El, the Jewish Synagogue in Casablanca: Beth-El considered the centerpiece of a once vibrant Jewish community. Its stained glass windows and other artistic elements are what attract tourists to this beautiful synagogue.

Visit the Ettedgui Synagogue: Is the most important Jewish site in the city, the synagogue situated in the medina of Casablanca. It was rededicated by King Mohammed VI of Morocco on December 20, 2016, after it was restored.

Visit the Mosque of Hassan II: The largest functioning mosque in Africa, a landmark of the city of Casablanca, Its minaret is the world’s second tallest minaret at 210 meters. The visit will take around 1 hour guided tour of discovery.

 

Later on, we drive to Rabat. Overnight in Rabat

3rd day: Rabat guided tour – Meknes- Fes

Have a guided tour of the main sights of the city including Hassan tower, Mohamed V mausoleum, and Shella Kasbah.

Later no We drive to Meknes, one of the imperial cities in Morocco, where we will stop by its famous historical sites including Bab El Mansour, the Meknes Stables, Hedim Square, the Thursday Gate, and the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail

Explore the Jewish Mellah & Quarter

Visit Volubilis Roman ruins, known also as Walili one of the best archeological sites in Morocco, in here you will have an hour guided tour to discover the site before we head to Fes overnight.

4th day: Fes Historical Tour of UNESCO World Heritage Sites & Jewish Heritage Sites 

5th day: Fes day trip to Jewish Seffrou  

6th day: Fes Departure to Marrakech via Ifrane & Beni Mellal  

7th day: Marrakech Guides Historical Tour&UNESCO Sites & Jewish Heritage Sites  

 8th day: Free day in Marrakech – Exploraiton of La Mamounia Gardens & Hammam/ Spa Experience 

9th day: Marrakech Excursion to Coastal Essaouira, Jewish Heritage Sites of Essaouira

10th day: Marrakech departure

 

 

The Jewish heritage trip highlights:

 ► Visit Temple Beth- El Synagogue, Em Habanim & Neve Chalom in Casablanca
 ► Explore Museum of Moroccan Judaism in Casablanca
 ► Attend Shabbat Services in Fes
 ► Dinner at a Rabbi’s Home or Kosher Restaurant
 ► Up Close Meeting with Local Jewish Community in Morocco
 ► Historic Sites of Jewish Heritage in Fes, Meknes, Seffrou and Marrakech
 ► Stays at the best hotels in Morocco