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10 days Morocco trips (from/ to Casablanca)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Morocco trips
  • Morocco curcuit, starting and ending in Casablanca
  • Imperial cities of Morocco
  • Exploring Sahara desert

DESCRIPTION

Day 1: Casablanca
Today we start our private Morocco circuit, and we explore Casablanca’s best cultural places. Our Casablanca tour includes visit of the Hassan ll Mosque, and after dinner we spend the night in local riad / hotel in Casablanca.
Day 2: Casablanca – Meknes – Volubilis – Fes
Our tour continues by visiting the Romain ruins of Volubilis. Then we continue to Fes, where we spend a night in local riad / hotel.
Day 3: Exploring Fes – guided tour
We discover Fes  by walking in the medina. Fes is the oldest imperial city, founded by Idriss II. Fes is also the tradition centre of the Arab-Muslim culture. You can explore the Mosque of the Andalusians, also famous tanneries, the Medersas. We will visit also the new part of the city. Overnight in hotel/ riad.
Day 4: Fes – Ifrane – Midelt – Erfoud – Rissani – Merzouga desert
After breakfast we go towards Ifrane, also known as “Switzerland of Morocco”. We continue to Midelt, and then we pass along the Ziz valley to reach the city of Erfoud, famous for its local fossil products. Afterwards we go to Rissani and explore its souk. Finally we arrive in Merzouga, where we stay in desert hotel.
Day 5: Merzouga desert and camel trek to desert camp
After breakfast, we will explore desert area of Merzouga visiting the village of Khamlia, famous for its musicians. We will have a lunch with nomad people. We will prepare for our camel ride across the dunes. Once we reach desert camp, we explore desert area , have dinner at the campfire and enjoy traditional Berber dinner. We spend this night in desert tents.
Day 6: Merzouga desert – Todra Gorges – Dades Gorges
Early in the morning , our camel guide will wake you up to watch the sunrise in the dunes of Merzouga. After that we ride the camels back to the village. After a refreshing shower and delicious breakfast in the riad, we’ll head to Rissani, Tinghir, and we reach Todra gorges, which is the highest, narrowest gorge in Morocco. Here we may hike within the valley. After lunch in the gorge, we will continue to the Dades valley, where we’ll enjoy sand castles and also the rock formations called “monkey toes”. We stay in Dades Gorges in a local hotel.
Day 7: Dades Gorges –  Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech
After breakfast we drive towards Ouarzazate, passing the “way of the thousand Kasbahs”. We will stop at Kalaat Mgouna, which is the centre of roses valley, where we may visit the local cooperative for roses products. Afterwards we go on to Ait Ben Haddou. The UNESCO-protected kasbah has been built by Et Hami El Glaoui by the 19th century. We cross Tizi n’Tichka mountain pass at 2260m over the High Atlas mountains. Arrival in Marrakech.
Day 8: Marrakech guided tour
You will explore main attractions and monuments of the city, including famous Jamma el Fna square, Kotubia mosque, souks, palaces, museums. We explore also the new part of the city, called Gueliz, the gardens of Menara and Majorelle. Overnight in Marrakech in local hotel.
Day 9: Marrakech – Essaouira – Marrakech
Today we will have a guided tour in the city of Essaouira, located at the tlantic coast, then we return to Marrakech.
Day 10 : Marrakech – Casablanca

2 Days 1 Night From Marrakech to Zagora

Day 1 : Marrakech » Ait Ben Haddou » Ouarzazate » Agdez » Draa Valley » Zagora (390 km)
Our tour guide will meet you up at 8:00 in the morning in your accommodation in Marrakech. We will head over to the Haut Atlas via the Tizi N Tichka pass of the High Atlas Mountains(2260m). A visit to the UNESCO world heritage site – Ait benhaddou village, the fortified ksar with its beautiful Kasbahs and you will enjoy the lunch in Ait benhaddou village. After Lunch, we will visit Ouarzazate, the Anti-Atlas, the Berber village of Agdz and the Draa Valley with its procession of palm trees. After arrive to Zagora, you will have the camel trekking to admire the sunset in the dunes. Today, you will have dinner and stay overnight in the tent.
Day 2 : Zagora » Draa Valley » Ouarzazate » Tichka » Marrakech (390 km)
Wake up early in the morning to reach the sunrise, coming back to Zagora either by trekking camel or by 4×4. Leaving Ouarzazate via the Draa Valley and taking lunch in Agdz. You will arrive to Marrakech in the late afternoon.  
Price Includes
  • Transport as per the indicated schedule
  • Vehicle jeep 4×4 with air conditioning; for groups over 6 people, mini-bus with air conditioning.
  • Driver/Guide languages speaking.
  • Fuel and transport costs
  • 1 night in the desert in tent camp (dinner and accommodation)
  • Excursion in dromedary in the Desert
  • Exclusive service (not accompanied by other visitors)
Price Excludes
  • Flights
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Monumental entrance tickets
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • All that is not indicated in the item “price includes”.

3 Days 2 Nights From Marrakech to Merzouga

Day 1 : Marrakech -> High Atlas Mountains –> Ait Ben Haddou -> Ouarzazate -> Dades Valley
3 days and 2 nights Merzouga desert tour from Marrakech will start at 8:00 in the morning and our tour guide will meet you at your Riad or any point that you recommend to us. We will head over to Ait Ben Haddou by crossing the Tizi N Tichka pass of the High Atlas Mountains(2260m). Tizi N Tichka pass is the most famous mountain in Morocco, You can enjoy the mountainous road and the spectacular Berber villages and you can see the amazing landscapes from the top of the mountains pass and here is the famous shooting point as well. After crossing the mountains pass, we will arrive to the UNESCO world heritage site – Ait benhaddou village, the fortified ksar with its beautiful Kasbahs. Ait Benhaddou has served as natural scenery for many movies are filmed in Ait Benhaddou. Our tour guide will bring you to the other side to discover the Ksar and walk to the top of the hill through the alleys of Ait-ben-Haddou, you can enjoy an incredible view at the top with the Atlas Mountains as a background. After Lunch at the local restaurant, we will continue to Dades Gorge by passing Ouarzazate, Skoura and the valley of roses (the best season of roses is in late May). After arrived to Boumalne Dades, we will head to Dades gorges. From here, we will enjoy beautiful rock formations, as known as Monkey Feet and fortified Kasbahs scenery along the Dades River, enjoying the beautiful sunset in this amazing place. After we have a stop at the canyons for a drink or to admire the majestic scenery, after that we continue to our hotel for dinner and stay overnight.
Day 2 : Dades Valley -> Todra gorge -> Erfoud -> Rissani -> Camel trekking and stay overnight in Luxury Desert Camp

After enjoying the Breakfast, we will drive around in the Dades Valley. The Dades Valley is in between the High Atlas Mountains and the Jbel Sarhro range at the south. The area provides one of the largest oases and several Kasbahs. In fact a nickname for the region is “Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs” due to the many located throughout the valley. After that, we will go ahead to Tineghir. A beautiful valley of 15 km of date palms ending with spectacular Gorges, often used for rock climbing. The road to the Gorge of Todgha passes green palm groves and Berber villages, where we go on a trek along the canyons of about 300m high. After leaving the Gorge of Todgha,you will have time for lunch in the local restaurant after that we will head to Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga (Sahara Desert). When you arrive to Merzouga, you will see the camels are waiting to you, our camel man will lead you to have a camel trekking into the dunes and see the beautiful sunset in the golden sand dunes. Camel with bring you to the luxury desert camp, enjoy your welcome drink in that moment. You will be shown to your beautiful and cozy private tent with private bathroom. You can relax and take a shower before dinner time. After a delicious meal, all the visitor will sit together in front of the camp fire, dancing together and enjoy the music with musical players by the staff under the starry night in the middle of the desert.

Day 3 : Merzouga –> Alnif –> Tazarine –> Agdez -> Marrakech

Today we will wake up early to reach to the highest dunes to enjoy an unforgettable sunrise, this is a must do item in Sahara Desert! After the sunrise, we will back to camp and take the breakfast, go back to Merzouga either by trekking camel or by 4×4. Back on the asphalt roads, we will drive to Marrakech via Alnif, Tazarine, Agdez and Ouarazazate. In Ourazazate we will have free time for lunch and a photo stop in front of the famous Taourirt Kasbah. And then we will continue to Marrakech, drop off at your accommodation.

Price Includes
  • Transport as per the indicated schedule
  • Vehicle jeep 4×4 with air conditioning; for groups over 6 people, mini-bus with air conditioning.
  • Driver/Guide Languages speaking.
  • Fuel and transport costs
  • 1 nights in Hotel/Riad in half board (breakfast and dinner); accommodation in rooms with private bathroom
  • 1 night in the desert in tent camp (dinner and accommodation)
  • Excursion in dromedary in the Desert
  • Exclusive service (not accompanied by other visitors)
Price Excludes
  • Flights
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Monumental entrance tickets
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • All that is not indicated in the item “price includes”
   

3 Days 2 Nights tour from Marrakech to Fes

Day 1: Marrakech – High Atlas Mountains – Ait Ben Haddou – Ouarzazate – Dades 330km

3 days’ desert tour from Marrakech to Fes will start at 08:00 in the morning, your tour guide will meet you up at 08:00 am at your hotel or another pick up point that you recommended to us. We will head over to Ait Ben Haddou by crossing the Tizi N Tichka pass of the High Atlas Mountains (2260m). Tizi N Tichka pass is the most famous mountain in Morocco, you can enjoy the mountainous road and the spectacular Berber villages and you can see the amazing landscapes from the top of the mountains pass and here is the famous shooting point as well.  After crossing the mountains pass, we will arrive at the UNESCO world heritage site – Ait benhaddou village, the fortified ksar with its beautiful Kasbahs. Ait Benhaddou has served as natural scenery for many movies filmed in Ait Benhaddou, such as the “Gladiator”, “Lawrence of Arabia” and some shots of the famous TV program – “Game of Thrones”. Our tour guide will bring you to the other side to discover the Ksar and walk to the top of the hill through the alleys of Ait-ben-Haddou, you can enjoy an incredible view at the top with the Atlas Mountains as a background. After enjoying lunch at a local restaurant at the foothills of the Kasbahs, we will drive to Ouarzazate to visit the Atlas Studios and Taourirt Kasbah. After that, we will continue to Dades Gorge by passing Ouarzazate, Skoura and the valley of roses (Friendly Reminder: The best season of roses viewing is in late May). After arriving at Boumalne Dades, we will head to Dades gorges. From here, we will enjoy beautiful rock formations, as known as Monkey Feet and fortified Kasbahs scenery along the Dades River, enjoying the beautiful sunset in this amazing place. After we have a stop at the canyons for a drink or to admire the majestic scenery, after that we continue to our hotel for dinner and stay overnight.

Day 2: Dades Gorge – Todra Gorge – Erfoud -Risani – Erg chebbi dunes in Merzouga (Camel Trekking to Desert) 304km
The tour will continue after taking breakfast in the hotel, we will make a small detour from the main road to Todra gorges for a while to reach the immense cliffs. A short walk around the immense cliffs to enjoy the amazing landscape. The road to the Gorge of Todgha passes green palm groves and Berber villages, you can see the Berber Villages are scattered around. you will have time for lunch in the local restaurant and After leaving the Gorge of Todgha, we will head to Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga (Sahara Desert). When you arrive at Merzouga, you will see the camels are waiting for you, our camel man will lead you to have a camel trekking into the dunes and see the beautiful sunset in the golden sand dunes. Camel will bring you to the luxury desert camp, enjoy your welcome drink in the luxury camp. The staff will bring you to the beautiful and cozy private tent with a private bathroom, relaxing in the tent a while and you can take a shower before dinner time. After a delicious meal, all the visitors will sit together in front of the camp fire, dancing together and enjoy the music with musical players by the staff under the starry night in the middle of the desert.
Day 3: Merzouga – Erfoud – Errachidia – Midelt – Cedar Forest ( monkeys) – Fes. 532km
An early wake up today to reach the highest dunes to enjoy an unforgettable sunrise, this is a must do item in the Sahara Desert! After the sunrise we will go back to camp and have breakfast, go back to Merzouga either by trekking camel or by 4×4. We go ahead to Fes via the High Atlas Mountains and pass by Erfoud, Errachidia and Midelt. We will have a stop in Midelt to visit the wild monkey and take lunch there. We will arrive to Fes in evening and drop off point is your accommodation in Fes.
Price Includes
  • Transport as per the indicated schedule
  • Vehicle jeep 4×4 with air conditioning; for groups over 6 people, mini-bus with air conditioning.
  • Driver/Guide Languages speaking.
  • Fuel and transport costs
  • 1 nights in Hotel/Riad in half board (breakfast and dinner); accommodation in rooms with private bathroom
  • 1 night in the desert in tent camp (dinner and accommodation)
  • Excursion in dromedary in the Desert
  • Exclusive service (not accompanied by other visitors)
Price Excludes
  • Flights
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Monumental entrance tickets
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • All that is not indicated in the item “price includes”
 

4 Days 3 Nights Sahara Desert Tours from Marrakech

Day 1: Marrakech – Ait benhadou – Ouarzazate – Skoura – Dades gorge
We will head over to Ait Ben Haddou by crossing the Tizi N Tichka pass of the High Atlas Mountains(2260m). Tizi N Tichka pass is the most famous mountain in Morocco, You can enjoy the mountainous road and the spectacular Berber villages and you can see the amazing landscapes from the top of the mountains pass and here is the famous shooting point as well.  After crossing the mountains pass, we will arrive to the UNESCO world heritage site – Ait benhaddou village, the fortified ksar with its beautiful Kasbahs. Ait Benhaddou has served as natural scenery for many movies are filmed in Ait Benhaddou. Our tour guide will bring you to the other side to discover the Ksar and walk to the top of the hill through the alleys of Ait-ben-Haddou, you can enjoy an incredible view at the top with the Atlas Mountains as a background. After Lunch at the local restaurant, we will continue to Dades Gorge by passing OuarzazateSkoura and the valley of roses (the best season of roses is in late May). After arrived to Boumalne Dades, we will head to Dades gorges. From here, we will enjoy beautiful rock formations, as known as Monkey Feet and fortified Kasbahs scenery along the Dades River, enjoying the beautiful sunset in this amazing place. After we have a stop at the canyons for a drink or to admire the majestic scenery, after that we continue to our hotel for dinner and stay overnight.
Day 2 : Dades Gorge – Todra Gorge – Erfoud – Rissani- Camel trekking and stay overnight in Luxury Desert Camp
After enjoying the Breakfast, we will drive around in the Dades Valley. The Dades Valley is in between the High Atlas Mountains and the Jbel Sarhro range at the south.  The area provides one of the largest oases and several Kasbahs.  In fact a nickname for the region is “Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs” due to the many located throughout the valley. After that, we will go ahead to Tineghir. A beautiful valley of 15 km of date palms ending with spectacular Gorges, often used for rock climbing. The road to the Gorge of Todgha passes green palm groves and Berber villages, where we go on a trek along the canyons of about 300m high. After leaving the Gorge of Todgha, we will head to Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga (Sahara Desert) and you will have time for lunch in the local restaurant in Tinjdad or Touroug. When you arrive to Merzouga, you will see the camels are waiting to you, our camel man will lead you to have a camel trekking into the dunes and see the beautiful sunset in the golden sand dunes. Camel with bring you to the luxury desert camp, enjoy your welcome drink in that moment. You will be shown to your beautiful and cozy private tent with private bathroom. You can relax and take a shower before dinner time. After a delicious meal, all the visitor will sit together in front of the camp fire, dancing together and enjoy the music with musical players by the staff under the starry night in the middle of the desert.
Day 3: Merzouga – Alnif – Tazarine – Agdez – Ouarzazate
Today we will wake up early to reach to the highest dunes to enjoy an unforgettable sunrise, this is a must do item in Sahara Desert! After the sunrise, we will back to camp and take the breakfast, go back to Merzouga either by trekking camel or by 4×4. Back on the asphalt roads, we will drive to Ouarzazate via Alnif, Tazarine, Agdez and Ouarazazate. We will stay overnight in Ouarzazate and dinner in the hotel.
Day 4: Ouarzazate – High Atlas – Telouet- Marrakec
After enjoying the Breakfast, we will continue to Marrakech with a detour to the traditional High Atlas Berber village of Telouet and visit the Kasbah el Glaoui and crossing the high Atlas mountain. We will arrive to Marrakech in evening and drop off point is your accommodation in Marrakech.  
Price Includes
  • Transport as per the indicated schedule
  • Vehicle jeep 4×4 with air conditioning; for groups over 6 people, mini-bus with air conditioning.
  • Driver/Guide Languages speaking.
  • Fuel and transport costs
  • 2 nights in Hotel/Riad in half board (breakfast and dinner); accommodation in rooms with private bathroom
  • 1 night in the desert in tent camp (dinner and accommodation)
  • Excursion in dromedary in the Desert
  • Exclusive service (not accompanied by other visitors)
Price Excludes
  • Flights
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Monumental entrance tickets
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • All that is not indicated in the item “price includes”.
 

5 Days – Moroccan Towns & Imperial Cities

Highlights

  • Explore ruins of the Roman Empire's farthest African reach at Volubilis
  • Wander the blue streets of Chefchaouen
  • Marvel at the intricate detail of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
  • Experience Jemaa el-Fna in Marrakech—Africa's busiest square

Brief Itinerary

Day Highlights Overnight
Day 1 Arrive; Fes: Exploring the Imperial City and medieval Medina Fes
Day 2 Meknes, Volubilis, and the "Blue City" of Chefchaouen Chefchaouen
Day 3 To the coast: Rabat and Casablanca Casablanca
Day 4 Casablanca to Marrakech Marrakech
Day 5 Marrakech: Exploring the Red City; Depart

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Exploring Fes

11th-century dye pots, Chouara Tannery
11th-century dye pots, Chouara Tannery
Welcome to Fes! The oldest of the imperial cities in Morocco (Meknes, Rabat, and Marrakech are the others), Fes is home to the most complete medina (old quarter) in the Arab world. Much of the city has remained untouched over the centuries, resulting in a more authentic medieval experience. Divided into three main areas of interest, you will explore two medina quarters, the older Fes el Bali and the newer Fes el Jdid, and the French-influenced Ville Nouvelle. Meet your guide and begin your tour in Fes el Bali at the Bab Boujeloud gate, working your way in along the main thoroughfare, Talâa Kebira. Navigate the narrow, windy streets to find the Chouara Tannery. Climb to the rooftop of a nearby leather shop for an encompassing view of the men at work—a practice that is little changed in hundreds of years. Find the 9th-century Al-Qarawiyyin University, one of the oldest, still-operating, universities in the world! Explore the Al Attarine Madrasa and discover the fine examples of Moroccan artisanship throughout. Make your way to Fes el Jdid to check out the Mellah (Jewish quarter and cemetery) as well as take advantage of its location for an overview of the city.

Day 2: Meknes, Volubilis, and the "Blue City" of Chefchaouen

Mausoleum Moulay Ismail, Meknes, Morocco
Intricate zellij details of the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum in Meknes
As you leave Fes to head west toward Meknes and your second imperial city, stop at the Merenid Tombs for a panoramic view of the historic city. Meknes is a less busy version of Fes and much easier to navigate! Discover the impressive Bab al-Mansour gate and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail in the Ville Impériale (Imperial City). Visit the Madrasa Bou Inania (14th century), a beautiful example of Islamic architecture before checking out Dar Jamaï, a palace turned museum. From there, stop to explore Volubilis, a sprawling complex of Roman ruins and mosaics and the Roman's farthest reach in Africa. Continue north to the "Blue City" of Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains. Named after the two peaks rising above the hillside town, Chefchaouen translates to "two horns". Wander the steep, cobbled streets and blue-washed buildings. Relax in Place Outa el Hammam with a mint tea, before browsing colorful wares in the many shops. Visit the nearby kasbah and explore the 15th-century fortress and dungeon. As the day draws to a close, make your way uphill to the white Spanish Mosque, no longer in use, to enjoy one last view of Chefchaouen as the sun sets behind the mountains.

Day 3: Rabat and Casablanca

Shops line the narrow streets in Chefchaouen
Shops line the narrow streets in Chefchaouen
Roam Chefchaouen's quiet streets early in the morning to snap people-less photos, before traveling south to your third imperial city and coastal capital, Rabat. Explore the medieval fortification of the Chellah Necropolis in the heart of the city and wander its Roman and Islamic ruins. Enter the enormous Bab Oudaia gate into the Kasbah des Oudaias, a 12th-century fortification built during the Almohad reign. Next, visit the 20th-century Andalusian Gardens to relax in the quiet space. Discover the Hassan Tower, a minaret of the incomplete mosque and Mausoleum of Mohamed V. Arrive in Casablanca in the afternoon and take a leisurely walk to the Hassan II Mosque along the Boulevard de la Corniche (nicknamed the Miami of Morocco)Inaugurated in 1993, Hassan II sits on an outcrop that juts into the Atlantic adding to its dramatic beauty—its 690 feet (210 m) minaret is the tallest in the world! Though tours of the interior are only offered in the morning, take advantage of the timing and watch the sunset behind the architectural marvel. Next, head to Rick's Café, a bar, restaurant, and café recreated to reflect the bar in Casablanca.

Day 4: Casablanca to Marrakech

Sunset over the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
Sunset over the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
Begin your day exploring the Hassan II Mosque's interior, one of few Moroccan mosques permitting non-Muslims entry. Join a guided tour and admire the intricately detailed artisanship: hand-carved stone, intricate marble inlay, and gilded ceilings. Walk to the Old Medina, the only part of the city that pre-dates the French protectorate, and bargain with the local vendors in the bazaar. For a taste of Mauresque architecture (a combination of European art deco and Moorish style) visit Hobous, the 'new' medina built in the 1930's by the French. Make your way south to your final destination and fourth imperial city, Marrakech. Often referred to as the "Red City" (due to the 1000-year old red limestone used to build the city), Marrakech is home to Africa's busiest square, Jemaa el-Fna. As the square is best experienced in the evening, roam its stalls and vendors taking in the spectacle: acrobats, musicians, and snake charmers! Grab a bite at one of the many food stalls before walking the short distance to admire the floodlit Koutoubia Mosque—the minaret influenced the Hassan Tower in Rabat. Stay overnight in a traditional riad.

Day 5: Marrakech

The Koutoubia Mosque and bustling Jemaa el-Fna 
The Koutoubia Mosque and bustling Jemaa el-Fna 
Once an important trading capital for Berber tribes of the Atlas mountains, as well as trading routes through Ouarzazate and the sub-Sahara, Marrakech has Berber roots rather than Arab. Meet your guide and begin touring the heart of Marrakech's medina, its labyrinth of souks (markets). Indulge your senses as you browse the variety of wares, from spices to jewelry and kaftans,  lanterns and carpets to dates, figs, and tea. Notice the large open spaces along the alleyways, these fondouks or caravanserai were once inns used to accommodate travelers and merchants. Discover the ornate craftsmanship of the 16th-century Ben Youssef Madrasa school of Islam: carved cedar, sculpted plaster, and zellij tile work. Visit the Marrakech Museum, housed in the 19th-century Moorish Dar Mnebbi Palace, to see further examples of modern and traditional Moroccan art and artifacts. Explore the Kasbah area and visit the 500-year old Saadian Tombs before checking out the Bahia Palace and the El Badi Palace. If there's time, you may wish to take a respite from the heat and crowds in the Majorelle Gardens in Ville Nouvelle before catching your return flight home. Looking to extend your trip? This 10-day Morocco itinerary includes all of the cities and towns described, plus a fun foray into the Sahara desert.

6 Days Tour from Casablanca

Overview
On this 6 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech and the Sahara Desert, you will have the opportunity to visit the imperial cities of Morocco and spend an unforgettable night under the stars in the heart of the impressive Sahara desert of Merzouga, in the middle of the famous Erg Chebbi dunes. Moreover, you will discover unparalleled landscapes, extensive valleys, dunes, gorges, mountain passes, and towns camouflaged in the landscape, as well as fortresses that crown the hills, meet locals, and much more.

Program Itinerary of the 6 Days Tour from Casablanca

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Day 1: Casablanca » Rabat » Fes [294 Km]
On the first day of our 6 Days Tour from Casablanca to Marrakech, after a great breakfast at your accommodation, we will go to Fez, making a stop off in Meknes, a city under the mountains of the Middle Atlas. We will stop at places of interest include the Roman ruins (Volubilis), a World Heritage Site, among others. Lunch in Meknes and continue the route to Fes. Once we are in Fez, in the afternoon, we will reach the place of accommodation, where you will dinner and sleeping.
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Day 2: Explore Fes City with a Local guide
After breakfast, the day will be particularly dedicated to the visit of Fes. This magnificent city is separated into three zones: Fez el¬ Bali, the old part. Fès el¬ Jdid, the modern and the old Medina, the French side. People who visit this city are completely captivated by is one of the largest medieval sites full of endless streets. Here are many things to visit: The Mellah, the Jewish Quarter, the Plaza of the dyers, Fes el Bali, the medieval medina of the city, Fes el Jedid, the new medina of Fes, the Andalusian Mosque, and many more sites. When the sightseeing tour ends, we will move to the riad where you will have dinner and spend the night.
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Day 3: Fes » Azrou » Midelt » Ziz Valley » Merzouga Sahara [469 km]
In the morning after breakfast, we will continue the excursion to the desert of Merzouga making a few stops at various interesting sites. At this stage of the route, we will enter the Middle Atlas. A charming and totally distinct from the rest of Morocco, called Ifrane people. It has a colder climate than the rest and somewhat different European architecture. Then we will head to Azrou where there are many extinct volcanoes, such as Jebel Hebri 2104 meters, among others. Furthermore, we will visit a forest of the oldest in this country full of cedars and very friendly monkeys in Azrou, with the possibility of giving eat. The village is characterized by having a major cottage industry of cedar and then we will make a city tour seeing the sights. We will continue our 6 Days Tour from Casablanca to Marrakech to Midelt, located between the Middle Atlas and the High Atlas, we will stop for lunch and continue the route to the Ziz Valley, to admire the immensity of red gorges, clothing large oasis, and the beautiful villages and adobe kasbahs. Later, in the afternoon, we will arrive in Merzouga where will you leave your things in our auberge and take what you need to spend the night in the tent. Depends on our arrival time we will take tea and rest before leaving while we equip the camels. Once everything is ready, you will begin your great adventure in Erg Chebbi¬up of these large animals. After an hour and a half, we will arrive at camp having enjoyed the wonderful colors of the sand that we provide those hours, arrive at sunset to contemplate it. Then you will have a typical Moroccan dinner and later enjoy a night of live music with drums and a campfire to join us under the immensity of the starry sky.
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Day 4: Explore Merzouga area & Visit a nomad family [45 km]
The next morning you will wake up early to watch the sunrise. At midday, we will visit a nomad family. We will eat under the shade of a tree, you will see how the Berber pizza is made, and then will taste it. After lunch, you will rest for a while, and later we will make a route through the desert. We will see an oasis in the desert in 4×4, also visit the town of Khamlia ( village of dark skin people), MeFes mines, and meet the Berber nomads living in the edge of the Erg Chebbi dunes… Then you shall return to the camp, you will have dinner, play music again and will be staying in a Berber tent.
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Day 5: Merzouga Sahara Desert » Rissani » Draa Valley » Ouarzazate [368 km]
The next morning camel trek back to the riad, and you have the possibility to have a shower. We will continue the trip to Rissani, and stop to observe a large market that brings together many merchants, where lots of things like handicrafts, carpets, animals, food sold… When we finish lunch we will visit and resume the march towards the Draa Valley where we can see the great nature around this area, stopping to take pictures and remember these precious places. We will reach Ouarzazate where we will arrive at the accommodation, dinner, and sleep.
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Day 6: Ouarzazate » Ait Ben Haddou » Marrakech [195 km]
After breakfast, we will go through the Kasbah of Taourirt, a World Heritage Site, full of towers and walls. Inside the Islamic and Jewish religions are mixed. Later we will go to the fortified city called Ait Ben Haddou, a World Heritage Site by Unesco since 1987 and have been filmed in various famous movies like Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, The Mummy… It is one of the best-preserved fortified Kasbahs around Morocco, where they were designed to defend, houses, crops, palm trees. The next stop is the Kasbah of Telouet, located in the village of Telouet village is and was used to pass the High Atlas to Marrakech. It is clearly deteriorating but with a special charm Kasbah. On the way we will pass along the High Atlas, making several stops enjoying the great scenery to take photographs and breathe the fresh air offered by this place. We will arrive in Marrakech and head towards your accommodation this 6 Days Tour from Casablanca to Marrakech ends.

focu & Imperial Cities – 5 Days

Explore Morocco's cities with this 5-day itinerary. Featuring the historic cities of Fes, Meknes, Rabat, and Marrakech, as well as the hillside town of Chefchaouen and the coastal city of Casablanca. You'll walk the streets of medieval medinas, shop souks and bazaars, roam ancient Roman ruins, and marvel at the artistic details of Morocco's finest buildings.

Highlights

  • Explore ruins of the Roman Empire's farthest African reach at Volubilis
  • Wander the blue streets of Chefchaouen
  • Marvel at the intricate detail of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
  • Experience Jemaa el-Fna in Marrakech—Africa's busiest square

Brief Itinerary

Day Highlights Overnight
Day 1 Arrive; Fes: Exploring the Imperial City and medieval Medina Fes
Day 2 Meknes, Volubilis, and the "Blue City" of Chefchaouen Chefchaouen
Day 3 To the coast: Rabat and Casablanca Casablanca
Day 4 Casablanca to Marrakech Marrakech
Day 5 Marrakech: Exploring the Red City; Depart

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Exploring Fes

11th-century dye pots, Chouara Tannery
11th-century dye pots, Chouara Tannery
Welcome to Fes! The oldest of the imperial cities in Morocco (Meknes, Rabat, and Marrakech are the others), Fes is home to the most complete medina (old quarter) in the Arab world. Much of the city has remained untouched over the centuries, resulting in a more authentic medieval experience. Divided into three main areas of interest, you will explore two medina quarters, the older Fes el Bali and the newer Fes el Jdid, and the French-influenced Ville Nouvelle. Meet your guide and begin your tour in Fes el Bali at the Bab Boujeloud gate, working your way in along the main thoroughfare, Talâa Kebira. Navigate the narrow, windy streets to find the Chouara Tannery. Climb to the rooftop of a nearby leather shop for an encompassing view of the men at work—a practice that is little changed in hundreds of years. Find the 9th-century Al-Qarawiyyin University, one of the oldest, still-operating, universities in the world! Explore the Al Attarine Madrasa and discover the fine examples of Moroccan artisanship throughout. Make your way to Fes el Jdid to check out the Mellah (Jewish quarter and cemetery) as well as take advantage of its location for an overview of the city.

Day 2: Meknes, Volubilis, and the "Blue City" of Chefchaouen

Mausoleum Moulay Ismail, Meknes, Morocco
Intricate zellij details of the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum in Meknes
As you leave Fes to head west toward Meknes and your second imperial city, stop at the Merenid Tombs for a panoramic view of the historic city. Meknes is a less busy version of Fes and much easier to navigate! Discover the impressive Bab al-Mansour gate and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail in the Ville Impériale (Imperial City). Visit the Madrasa Bou Inania (14th century), a beautiful example of Islamic architecture before checking out Dar Jamaï, a palace turned museum. From there, stop to explore Volubilis, a sprawling complex of Roman ruins and mosaics and the Roman's farthest reach in Africa. Continue north to the "Blue City" of Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains. Named after the two peaks rising above the hillside town, Chefchaouen translates to "two horns". Wander the steep, cobbled streets and blue-washed buildings. Relax in Place Outa el Hammam with a mint tea, before browsing colorful wares in the many shops. Visit the nearby kasbah and explore the 15th-century fortress and dungeon. As the day draws to a close, make your way uphill to the white Spanish Mosque, no longer in use, to enjoy one last view of Chefchaouen as the sun sets behind the mountains.

Day 3: Rabat and Casablanca

Shops line the narrow streets in Chefchaouen
Shops line the narrow streets in Chefchaouen
Roam Chefchaouen's quiet streets early in the morning to snap people-less photos, before traveling south to your third imperial city and coastal capital, Rabat. Explore the medieval fortification of the Chellah Necropolis in the heart of the city and wander its Roman and Islamic ruins. Enter the enormous Bab Oudaia gate into the Kasbah des Oudaias, a 12th-century fortification built during the Almohad reign. Next, visit the 20th-century Andalusian Gardens to relax in the quiet space. Discover the Hassan Tower, a minaret of the incomplete mosque and Mausoleum of Mohamed V. Arrive in Casablanca in the afternoon and take a leisurely walk to the Hassan II Mosque along the Boulevard de la Corniche (nicknamed the Miami of Morocco)Inaugurated in 1993, Hassan II sits on an outcrop that juts into the Atlantic adding to its dramatic beauty—its 690 feet (210 m) minaret is the tallest in the world! Though tours of the interior are only offered in the morning, take advantage of the timing and watch the sunset behind the architectural marvel. Next, head to Rick's Café, a bar, restaurant, and café recreated to reflect the bar in Casablanca.

Day 4: Casablanca to Marrakech

Sunset over the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
Sunset over the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
Begin your day exploring the Hassan II Mosque's interior, one of few Moroccan mosques permitting non-Muslims entry. Join a guided tour and admire the intricately detailed artisanship: hand-carved stone, intricate marble inlay, and gilded ceilings. Walk to the Old Medina, the only part of the city that pre-dates the French protectorate, and bargain with the local vendors in the bazaar. For a taste of Mauresque architecture (a combination of European art deco and Moorish style) visit Hobous, the 'new' medina built in the 1930's by the French. Make your way south to your final destination and fourth imperial city, Marrakech. Often referred to as the "Red City" (due to the 1000-year old red limestone used to build the city), Marrakech is home to Africa's busiest square, Jemaa el-Fna. As the square is best experienced in the evening, roam its stalls and vendors taking in the spectacle: acrobats, musicians, and snake charmers! Grab a bite at one of the many food stalls before walking the short distance to admire the floodlit Koutoubia Mosque—the minaret influenced the Hassan Tower in Rabat. Stay overnight in a traditional riad.

Day 5: Marrakech

The Koutoubia Mosque and bustling Jemaa el-Fna 
The Koutoubia Mosque and bustling Jemaa el-Fna 
Once an important trading capital for Berber tribes of the Atlas mountains, as well as trading routes through Ouarzazate and the sub-Sahara, Marrakech has Berber roots rather than Arab. Meet your guide and begin touring the heart of Marrakech's medina, its labyrinth of souks (markets). Indulge your senses as you browse the variety of wares, from spices to jewelry and kaftans,  lanterns and carpets to dates, figs, and tea. Notice the large open spaces along the alleyways, these fondouks or caravanserai were once inns used to accommodate travelers and merchants. Discover the ornate craftsmanship of the 16th-century Ben Youssef Madrasa school of Islam: carved cedar, sculpted plaster, and zellij tile work. Visit the Marrakech Museum, housed in the 19th-century Moorish Dar Mnebbi Palace, to see further examples of modern and traditional Moroccan art and artifacts. Explore the Kasbah area and visit the 500-year old Saadian Tombs before checking out the Bahia Palace and the El Badi Palace. If there's time, you may wish to take a respite from the heat and crowds in the Majorelle Gardens in Ville Nouvelle before catching your return flight home. Looking to extend your trip? This 10-day Morocco itinerary includes all of the cities and towns described, plus a fun foray into the Sahara desert.

Tailored Tours ( Tailor-Made Tours Exclusively For Groups )

The tailored tours it's a unique itinerary where every part of the trip has been created individually to suit your style, taste and budget. The term is interchangeable with ‘bespoke holiday’, meaning your stopovers, accommodation, tours or vehicle hire have been arranged to match your individual requirements. Before you stop reading and start thinking, “Hold on, this sounds expensive!” - it doesn’t need to be! The concept is just to create a trip that suits you, designed by someone who knows plenty about where you’re going.  

Tailored Tours ( Tailor-Made Tours Exclusively For Groups ) (Copie)

The tailored tours it's a unique itinerary where every part of the trip has been created individually to suit your style, taste and budget. The term is interchangeable with ‘bespoke holiday’, meaning your stopovers, accommodation, tours or vehicle hire have been arranged to match your individual requirements. Before you stop reading and start thinking, “Hold on, this sounds expensive!” - it doesn’t need to be! The concept is just to create a trip that suits you, designed by someone who knows plenty about where you’re going.  

Tour – 11 Days 10 Nights From Casablanca Go around Morocco (Including Desert Tour) BEST TOUR GO MOROCCO FROM CASABLANCA

DAY 1:  CASABLANCA
  You will be welcomed by your driver /guide in the airport of Mohamed 5 in Casablanca and take you to your hotel in Casablanca.first night in a hotel.
DAY 2: CASABLANCA – RABAT
  At 8 :OO in the morning you will start your trip from the visit of the biggest mosque in Casablanca, Hassan 2 mosque. Also you can have a sight seeing other places in the city and after that, you will go to the capital of morocco, Rabat. We will start with the Bad challah , Mausoleum of Mohammed V,and one of the main gates of the royal palace and the oudaya Kasbah. Lunch in a local restaurant then drop off in your riad in the medina for the overnight.
DAY 3: RABAT – CHEFCHAOUEN
  In the morning of the third day around 8 am you will drive straight to the blue city of Chefchaouen .of course on the way you will pass through many small towns and stop for breaks to get get Chefchaouen a bite early to have time to walk inside the bleu alleys of the medina and take pictures also experience the local food of the little city. Over night in a riad.
DAY 4 : CHEFCHAOUEN-FES
  In the morning at 9 am you will drive to Fes. Before you get Fes you will visit the historical site of Volubilis. After a tour with the local guide you will head to Meknes to a sightseeing . First,you will start with the beautiful gate of Bad Mansour , the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum,sahrij,the Jewish quarter.lunch in a local restaurant inside the old medina of Meknes. After lunch you will drive to Meknes .overnight in a riad in the medina.
DAY 5 :TOUR GUIDE IN FES
  The tour guide in Fes include the old medina and the new medina.with a local guide in Fes you will delicate the day to discover the oldest, intellectual medina in morocco. You will start with the royal palace, the Jewish quarter, the uphill view from the south Bourj,the ceramic-pottery-store-and-factory. And after all this places you will go for a long walk inside the medina to discover the very different life of it and  the cultural and historical interest including the famous Al Karaouine University – the oldest in the region, the Tanneries, the Attarine museum and Mulay Idriss mausoleum. After lunch, you’ll visit the tiles cooperative and then experience a wonderful panoramic view over the whole Medina of Fes. In the afternoon, we’ll visit the new city “La ville nouvelle” for a drink. Over night in the same riad.
DAY 6 : FES- AZROU- MIDELT- MERZOUGA
  After breakfast you will travel to the desert via the Middle atlas .first you will admire the cleanest city, the city of Ifrane, the Moroccan switzerland.than via Azrou will you will have a stop in the forest for a break and to see to wild monkeys ,the barbary macaque ,living among in the cedar forest –the largest in morocco . The journey continues to Midelt along the magnificent hills and mountains of the Atlas, travelling through the fascinating Tiz Ntalghamt pass and the Ziz Gorges, taking in views of the High Atlas plateau.  You’ll notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the city of Errachidia, where you will have lunch and enjoy some Berber hospitality.  Afterwards, you will travel along the luxuriant Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way to Erfoud and Rissani, arriving at Merzouga in the late afternoon, where you’ll be welcomed with a glass of mint tea before you check in to your riad. Overnight in a hotel on the edge of the golden sand dunes of erg Chebbi. Overnight in a hotel
DAY 7 : MERZOUGA DESERT TOUR
  After breakfast we can start exploring the area, visiting the village of the Gnawi people, originally slaves from Sudan to experience their music and lifestyle. Not far away there is  the lake of Merzouga, with  flamingos. You may also like to visit the nomad wire house where many Berber handicrafts are priced lower than in the big cities. in the afternoon you’ll be ready for your camel ride.  Guided by an experienced camel driver, you’ll explore within the mysterious sand dunes of the Erg-Chebbi for 2-3 hrs before spending your first night under the stars, or if you prefer, in a  Berber nomad tent. Dinner will be served in the tent where you will spend the night.
DAY 8 : MERZOUGA DESERT – DADES
  early in the morning,it would be nice to get up around 6 am for the sunrise.and after you watch it you will come back to your hotel for breakfast and shower.than after that you will travel to the Dades valley through Rissani ,Erfoud ,also through many Berber towns and villages.but on the way you will go the Todra Gorges.it’s one of the most breathtaking place in morocco.Todra Gorges is also a good place for hiking for few hours and see the nomads coming down the mountain to pick water from the Gorges. Then you will have lunch in a local restaurant in or outside the Gorges so as to leave for the Dades valley. Overnight in a hotel in the Dades Gorges or in the rose valley. Overnight in a hotel
DAY 9 : DADES GORGES – MARRAKECH
  After breakfast, you will go to Marrakech via the rose valley . Continue your trip via the “Road of one Thousand Kasbahs”. You will pass by the Skouras palm oasis just before arriving in Ouarzazate. Here, you will visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kasbah Ait Benhaddou. In typical Moroccan fashion, the true treasures must be searched out and discovered… usually off the beaten path. In actuality, this setting has been used for more films than any other location in Morocco, among them  Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth, and  The Gladiator. In the afternoon, you will arrive at Marrakech .Overnight in riad.
DAY 10 : MARRAKECH GUIDED TOUR
  This day is for the exploration of Marrakech. First you will start with the famous and the UNESCO heritage site of Jamma Lfna,Alkotoubia mosque,then walk to visit the oldest places in the city, the bahia and baddi palaces.also you will visit an old madrassa called Ben Youssef. Marrakech also is known with its traditional souks that look like a web.lunch in a local restaurant .after lunch you will see the botanical garden ,the majorelle garden .and after that it will be a free time for you to wander by yourself.over night in the same riad
DAY 11 : TRANSFER TO THE AIRPORT,MARRAKECH OR CASABLANCA.
  it depend on where your departure is

Tour – 8 Days 7 Nights From CasablancaIntensive Tour to Explore Morocco (Including Desert Tour) INTENSIVE TOUR TO EXPLORE MOROCCO FROM CASABLANCA

Day 1  : Casablanca –> Rabat –> Meknes
  We will meet you in Casablanca Airport or your hotel and then we will start our tour to explore Casablanca and drive you to Meknes via Rabat. The first stop is the most famous in Casablanca – the Hassan II Mosque. Hassan II Mosque is the largest mosque in Africa, and the 3th largest in the world. After visiting Hassan II Mosque, we will go to the Capital of Morocco – Rabat to visit the Kasbah Oudaia, the Mechouar of the Royal Palace, the ruins of Chellah, the Mohammed V Mausoleum and the Hassan Tower. We will enjoy lunch in a local restaurant. After lunch, we will depart to Meknes in early evening.
Day 2 : Meknes –> Volubilis –> Fes
  After breakfast in hotel, we will go to Meknes city, the 17th centry heritage, we will look around the historical huge walls of the medina and bab el Mansour, the grandest of all imperial Moroccan gateways. After that, we will drive to Volubilis which is a partly excavated Berber city in Morocco, you can see the Roman ruins and Moulay Idriss over there and you will enjoy your lunch here. After that, we will go to Fes and you will have dinner and live in a traditional Riad tonight.
Day 3 : Extra day in Fes
  After breakfast in Riad, we will start exploring the oldest city in Morocco, walking in its alleys and small streets. We will see the Royal Palace gate, the Jewish headquarter and the first Mellah ever built in Morocco. Our tour guide will bring you to the famous Al Qaraouine University, the oldest in the region, the Tanneries, the Attarine museum and Mulay Idriss mausoleum. After having lunch, you will visit the tiles cooperative and experience a wonderful view over the whole Medina of Fes.
Day 4 : Fes –> Ilfrane –> Azrou –> Midelt –> Ziz Valley –> Efroud –> Merzouga –> Camel trekking and stay overnight in luxury desert camp
  Leave Fes after eating breakfast in Riad. Going to Merzouga by passing Ifran, the place as known as the Switzerland of Morocco, and Azrou which is a place of the residence for the monkeys .We will stop at Midelt and you can enjoy your lunch. After leaving Midelt, we will go to the Middle Atlas Mountains and visit the nomads that live there. We will bring you to see the views of volcanic rock and near by Errachidia. In the way, you can see the high cliffs and Ziz Valley that is surrounded with palm trees. After that, we will go to Erfoud, visiting a marble industry that is full of a variety of decorations and we will stop at Merzouga and go into desert by camel trekking. The experienced camel man will lead you to desert and will set you off to in a sand dune to see an amazing sunset. Enjoy your dinner and night in a luxury camp. After dinner, you can listen to traditional berber music while watching the stars and the rising moon in the amazing Sahara Desert.
Day 5 : Merzouga –> Dades Gorges –> Rose Valley –> Ouarzazate
  Early wake up in the morning to see a magnificent sunrise in desert. After breakfast, we will back to Merzouga and look around the village of Merzouga. We will go to Dades Gorge by passing through the valleys of Tourog and Tinjdad. In Dades Valley, you will see beautiful sand castles and the amazing rock formations – monkey toes. After that, you can visit El Kelaa Magona – the valley of the Roses, you can purchase the rosewater or others rose product in a reasonable price in the way if you want. We will arrive to Ouarzazate in early evening.
Day 6 : Ouarzazate –> Ait Ben Haddou –> Telouet –> Marrakech
  After breakfast, we will take a walk in the gorge after breakfast and then we continue to Ouarzazate, in the way you can see the road of the thousand Kasbahs. In Ouarzazate, we will explore the Kasbah Taourirt and the Atlas Film Studio. In afternoon, we will visit the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou before crossing over the High Atlas mountains through Tizi N’tichka. we will arrive to the Riad of Marrakech in early evening.
Day 7: Extra day in Marrakech
  After breakfast in the riad, we start to explore Marrakech. Our experienced tour guide will lead you to walk through the street and souk and introduce you the history and the life style of local people. We also will visit the beautiful Palace of Bahia and the Ben Youssef Coranic School. After that, we will walk through the medina alleys and you can see the different artisans performing their crafts before arriving at the famous Jamaa El Fna Square. Enjoy your lunch at a restaurant near the square, and then in the afternoon visit the gardens at Majorelle, and have a short tour at Gueliz, the new city of Marrakech. After lunch, you can walk through the square entertained by magicians, story-tellers, tooth-pullers and food sellers and will stay in Riad overnight.
Day 8 : Marrakech –> Marrakech Airport or Casablanca Airport
  Depends on your needs, we can choose spend a morning for shopping in souk or relaxing in Marrakech. We will depend on our flight schedule to customized the tour schedule for you.