Visiting Morocco for 3 days Marrakech to Fes desert tours entails you to buy Berber Jewellery. Their charm and distinct appeal will make you feel like royalty in ancient times. Morocco is known for its artisans and the art of silversmithing. In fact, it is one of the most practised crafts nowadays.
Throughout your trip, you’ll surely notice wandering salesmen or shops with silver jewellery on display. Marvel at their amazing pieces, try one out, see how it feels. Whether or not you eventually buy the item isn’t the whole purpose. Each piece of jewellery has its own story and the trinkets usually symbolise something.
Going on Marrakech desert tours 3 days means that you’ll be strolling along with a guide, and they’ll fill you in regarding the history of it all.
Morocco lies within the top twenty global silver producers worldwide. Mines in the region of Souss-Massa-Draa have been exploited since the first century AD. Tiznit has grown to be a major silver producer. And with the arrival of Islamic justifications that forbid the wearing of gold jewellery, silver maintained its reputation. In addition, the elderly keep most of their silver belongings as heirlooms for generations to come.
Besides imported materials, Berbers acquired many silver smithing techniques, most of them were passed by the Jews; passing through Morocco’s many trading routes.
If you just have 3 days in Morocco, I advise you to pass them all in the desert of Morocco by Marrakech desert tours with one half-day on the Marrakech city and don’t worry about the weather as it’s great for making a camel ride through the desert at sunset.