Our Morocco Tour From Casablanca allows you to explore Morocco from its north to its south. That means that you will visit Morocco’s imperial cities as well as the Sahara Desert.
Expect to tour big cities and small towns, and sleep under the stars in the middle of Erg Chebbi’s dunes. All of that and more await you on our Morocco Tour From Casablanca.
On the first day of your 12-day Morocco Tour from Casablanca, we take you up from the airport, the port, or your hotel.
Casablanca is Morocco’s economic center and biggest city. First, we will go to the Hassan I mosque, Morocco’s largest mosque, which is located on the city’s west coast. It is located on a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. After a lunch break, we tour the city and pay a visit to Casablanca’s famous corniche. Stay in a hotel in the city for the night.
We travel down the coast to Rabat after breakfast. It is Morocco’s present capital and one of the imperial cities.
It is found in northwest Morocco. You will see the highlights of Morocco’s capital. Among these are the Hassan Tower, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, and the Kasbah of Oudaya. After lunch, we go through Ouazzane to Chefchaouen, the Blue City of the Rif Mountains. You’ll be staying in a hotel for the night.
We will visit Chefchaouen, the blue city, after breakfast. The city is located in Morocco’s Rif Mountains in the northwest. It is well-known for its white and blue-painted houses and lanes. First, we’ll take a tour through its picturesque ancient Medina, which features a lot of gorgeous real blue doors and whitewashed walls.
After a lunch break, you may look around the Spanish mosque, which is located on a high ground with a beautiful view of the entire blue city. Finally, go back to your hotel to end day 3 of the Morocco Tour from Casablanca.
After breakfast, you are allowed to explore the picturesque lanes of Chefchaouen’s blue city. Then, we go to Volubilis to see the old Roman remains. It has been properly kept because it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It features several exquisite mosaics spread throughout, as well as old pillars and archways.
We travel 30 kilometers after walking through the remains to Meknes, the Ismaili capital and one of the imperial towns. We go to Bab Al-Mansour, Sahrij Souani pond, Royal stables, granary, and Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. Then, we’re off to Fes where we’ll stay at a Riad for the night.
We spend the day with a local guide touring the highlights of Fes. In addition to being the cultural and religious heart of Morocco, the city is considered one of its imperial cities.
To begin the day, we go to the Royal Palace gate. Nearby, there’s the beautifully preserved medieval Medina.
You will go to the Blue Gate, also known as Bab Boujloud, which is the gateway to the old Medina. It looks to be a maze of lanes and streets. You’ll enter the Medina to see the Madrasa Bouanania, the Najjarine fountain, the Tanneries, and the Quaraouin mosque and university, the world’s oldest institution. After that, we depart Medina to visit the Jewish district also known as “the Mellah”.
We drive to a historic fortress in the afternoon for a panoramic view over the Medina and the city of Fes. Finally, we make our way back to your Riad.
We go south through Imouzzer after breakfast to see Ifrane. The city is well-known for its cold temperatures, snow, and alpine-style architecture. The 12-day Morocco Tour from Casablanca then proceeds to the cedar forest, which is home to the Barbary macaques. While exploring the jungle, feel free to feed them.
Later, we’ll go to Midelt, where we’ll have lunch. Then, we travel to Merzouga through Tizi-n-Tilghmt pass and the Ziz valley with pauses for scenic vistas. We arrive in the afternoon in the Sahara desert of Merzouga, where you will swap to camels and travel the sandy desert where you will pause on top of a high dune to watch the sunset.
You proceed to your desert camp. It combines the traditional tents of nomads with the elegance of a hotel. You may listen to Berber drum music while dancing around a bonfire beneath a huge open sky of stars. Dinner and sleeping at the camp awaits you by the end of the evening.
Getting up early in the morning is essential if you want to see the lovely sunrise in the middle of the desert. After breakfast, you return to Merzouga on camels.
Day 7 of your Morocco Tour from Casablanca is dedicated to discovering the Merzouga area. There are other magnificent features in the area, including dunes, natural lakes, mines, and fossil locations, as well as fantastic oases, which are perfect locations for a variety of outdoor sports.
We begin our tour in Merzouga by driving off-road to an old mine. Then, we pay a visit to the nomads, who live in a handwoven tent. While sipping Berber tea, learn about their way of life. The Khamlia village is our next stop, where you will enjoy Ghaoua music and dancing performances. Its residents come from Sub-Saharan African nations such as Mali, Sudan, and Niger.
After a lunch break, we go for a walk in the palm tree grove. Then, travel a few kilometers to witness Merzouga’s wild lake, commonly known as Flamingo Lake. Finally, we return to Merzouga for dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel room.
We leave the desert after breakfast to explore Rissani town, the historical capital of Tafilalet. Rissani remains a key trade hub in the region, with a bustling souk on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
After a tour around Rissani souk, we travel to Erfoud and visit one of the fossilized marble factories. Then, we travel through the palm groves of Touroug and Tinjdad to reach the Todra Gorges. The Todra River’s flow has cut a magnificent canyon through the mountains, creating a towering red cliff-sided gorge. These gorges are perfect for rock climbers. Feel free to roam around the gorges and take in the scenery.
After lunch, we proceed to the Dades valley, passing via Boumalne Dades. Stops are unavoidable at the “monkey fingers” rock formation and a vantage point on a mountain overlooking the Dades valley. Dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel are scheduled.
We continue our journey to Kalaa Magouna after breakfast to view the Rose Valley. Every year in May, there is a Rose Festival where residents sell rose goods ranging from fragrances, rose water, and oil to cosmetics.
We next travel through Skoura’s palm orchards before arriving in Ouarzazate, where we visit the film studios where great movies were made. We depart towards Ait Benhaddou Kasbah. It is a fortified settlement designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It has appeared in several films, including Gladiator, Alexander, The Mummy, and others.
Then, we drive to Marrakech over the Tizi-N-Tichka crossing and the High Atlas Mountains. Stops will be made for lunch and photographing fascinating locations. An overnight stay at a Riad in Marrakech is the plan for day 9 of the Morocco Tour from Casablanca.
Following breakfast, we will see the highlights of Marrakech with a native guide. The city is regarded as one of Morocco’s four imperial cities. The tour includes the Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, the Ben Youssef Quranic Mosque, and a stroll through Morocco’s biggest traditional souk.
A lunch break is scheduled to be at the Jemaa El-Fna Country Square. Later, you visit the Koutoubia mosque, Marrakesh’s biggest, and the Majorelle garden. Finally, make your way to your hotel. You are free to explore Jemaa El-Fna on your own.
After breakfast, we head west to Essaouira. We’ll stop along the road to visit the Argan tree goats as well as for panoramic vistas. We arrive at Essaouira, previously Mogador, one of Morocco’s most prominent coastal cities.
The fishing harbor, the medieval walls with cannons, and the old Medina will all be visited. Finally, return to your hotel where you will stay for the night.
This is the final day of your 12-day Morocco Tour from Casablanca. Depending on the time of your flight, we will leave Essaouira and drive down the coast. Stops for panoramic views will be made along the trip. Finally, we arrive at Casablanca airport, marking the conclusion of the Morocco Tour from Casablanca.
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