DAY 4: FES- OUAZZAN – CHEFCHAOUEN
After we meet our driver and travel for Chefchaouen, the day officially begins. We will go through the Rif Mountains and Ouazzan, stopping along the route to take in the expansive views, gorgeous scenery, and fresh air. To go to the blue city, we'll need to travel for around 4 hours. The northernmost city is Chefchaouen. It is referred to as "The Blue Pearl" because it is encircled by tall, beautiful walls that are painted blue. When Jews were escaping the Spanish Inquisition and flooding Chefchaouen in the 15th century, this shade of blue first appeared. You must navigate the city's winding, winding streets that climb and descend the steep slopes; there is a picture opportunity at every bend. In the center of Medina, Plaza Uta El-Hammam will be your first stop. a serene area surrounded by cafés and eateries. There, you may view the artistic creations in recently opened galleries. The Grand Mosque, the Ras Elma River, which flows through the old city, and the Ethnographic Museum, which has musical instruments, images of the ancient town, and other customs, are all on the itinerary. After exploring the entire blue city on foot, check into your hotel for the night.