Discover the finest that Morocco has to offer on this bespoke 10 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech. You will be surrounded by the bright colors and different cultures that are so typical of Morocco.
This Morocco tour will take you to visit and explore the Mosque Hassan II, as well as transporting you to Rabat, Morocco’s capital, and show you the sights of Fes. Traveling through the Atlas Mountains will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.
Our 10 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech is one of the most popular itineraries for those who wish to explore a great deal of Morocco. This excursion goes from Casablanca to Marrakech. You will have the opportunity to visit Morocco’s imperial cities of Rabat, Fes, Meknes, and Marrakech.
Visit Chefchaouen, Morocco’s blue diamond. Chefchaouen, a mountain city, has a distinct vibe. Its beauty makes it inscrutable. Blue-rinsed homes give the city a blue glow. Your day feels like a dream. Chefchaouen’s beauty goes beyond its exterior. Moreover, spend a night under the stars in the dazzling Sahara desert of Merzouga, surrounded by the renowned Erg Chebbi dunes. Your trip will start in Casablanca and end in Marrakech.
10 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
During the 10 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech, you will do a camel trek and spend the night across the Merzouga Sahara Desert. The Ziz valley, Todgha gorges, Rose valley, Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, and Tizi N’Tichka pass are just a few of the numerous places and landscapes you will encounter.
Your tour in Morocco will come to an end in the city of Marrakech. During your walking tour of Marrakech, you will visit some of the most important historical sites in the world. These sites include Jemaa el-Fna Square, El Koutoubia, Saidian Tombs, Menara, and Majorelle Garden, among others.
We will greet you at the airport in Casablanca, and then we will begin our adventure around Morocco on a 10 days tour from Casablanca. The first stop will be at Casablanca, and then you will go to Rabat, which is the capital of Morocco. You will go to the Hassan II Mosque, which is the biggest mosque in the nation, while you are in Casablanca. After that, we are going to go towards Rabat. Before you check into your riad in the Medina, you will have the opportunity to see the Hassan Tower and the Oudaya Kasbah. In conclusion, stay overnight at the hotel or riad with dinner included.
We will travel to Chefchaouen today. On the journey to the Blue City on this 10 days tour of Morocco, we will make brief stops. Arrive in Chefchaouen and register at your riad. Utilize your spare time to explore the local region and visit Chefchaouen, the most famous tourist destination in Morocco. The blue hues that cover the Medina's walls are Chefchaouen's most distinguishing characteristic. Once in the Medina of Chefchaouen, start your hike to the "Ras El Maa Waterfall," a renowned waterfall on a mountain from which you can overlook the bulk of the city and its steep landscape. On your route to the peak, you will pass the following monuments and notable locations, including Place "Outa El Hamam," a tranquil area surrounded by cafés and restaurants. The "Kasbah", from the 18th century, a totally restored walled castle with a beautiful garden, is located in the heart of Chefchaouen. Your visit would not be complete without seeing the "Grand Spanish Mosque" from the 15th century. Later, dine at the riad and enjoy an evening of relaxation.
After breakfast at your riad, you will travel to Fes via Ouazzan and the Roman remains at Volubilis. En route, you will stop for lunch. Then, after traveling for a few more hours, you will arrive to Volubilis, a Roman city that has been amazingly maintained despite its age (it was founded in 225 BC) and is home to some of the most breathtaking mosaics that can be seen anywhere in Morocco.
You will be given an in-depth education on the Roman Empire while taking a tour of the historical site that you are visiting.
Your next stop will be in Meknes, the Ismaili capital of Morocco, where you will have the opportunity to take a tour of the city with a local guide. The intriguing Bab Mansour Gate, which was erected by Sultan My Ismail, the granary, the Sahrij Souani, which is utilized for irrigation and farming, and the Mulay Ismail Mausoleum are all attractions that can be found in Meknes.
After there, we keep going till we reach Fes, which is known as the cultural capital of the nation. It is a dream come true to spend the night in a lovely riad that is situated in the middle of the medina.
After you have finished breakfast, you will get started on your tour of the most historically and culturally significant city in Morocco. The architectural medina of Fes, known as the "spiritual capital of Morocco," will be explored during this tour. The Jewish Quarter (also known as Mellah) and the Dar El Makhzen, also known as the Royal Palace, are also stops on our guided tour of Fez. The Royal Palace features spectacular mosaic architecture and golden doors. In the eleventh century, the Chaouwara Tanneries, which are still in operation today and are the city's main leather workshop, were established. Despite the fact that non-Muslims are unable to enter the Kairaouine Mosque or one of the world's oldest institutions, the mosque courtyard may be viewed from the gates of the mosque. The Kairaouine Mosque is a historic institution that is associated with Islamic education. The Najjarine Marble Fountain and Al-Attarine Madrassa is a religious school that features some of the most spectacular specimens of Islamic architecture. The Bou Inania Medersa is widely regarded as one of the city of Fes's most aesthetically pleasing religious structures.
There will be sufficient time to have lunch at a Moroccan restaurant in the neighborhood. You will be able to discern the sacred hue of Islam thanks to the mosaics that are found in the Bab Boujloud archway. These mosaics go from blue on the outside wall to green on the inside wall. Stroll aimlessly through the alleys and marketplaces that make up the medina. Later on, we will drive you to a viewpoint that provides a breathtaking panorama of the medina of Fes El-Giant Bali. You will have supper and overnight accommodations in the same riad located within the medina.
Following breakfast, we will be leaving Fes and continuing our journey across the Middle Atlas Mountains. We will stop at Ifrane for taking pictures. In the Cedar Forest not far from Azrou, we shall see several monkeys with barbarian characteristics. After that, we will carry on with the remainder of our tour to Midelt for lunch.
In the afternoon, we will take a road trip to the Sahara desert via the Tizi N'talghouma pass. Along the way, we will go via some quaint Berber communities and the beautiful Ziz Valley, which can be found close to Errachidia.
After that, we will head to Merzouga by way of Aoufous and Erfoud. We will eat dinner and spend the night in a small hotel or Riad when we get to Erg-Chebbi, which is a paradise of sand dunes and will be reached in two hours' time.
After breakfast, we will continue our tour of the Erg-Chebbi sand dunes. Merzouga Lake (which is not always full of water) to observe the ducks and flamingos who arrive in the spring to reside in this lake. We will journey to the village of Khmliya, where Gnawa will be performed by musicians. Then, we will continue our off-road journey through the desert until we reach the dark desert behind the Erg-Chebbi sand dunes. Then, we will visit a nomadic Berber family to see their lifestyle. We will then travel to an abandoned settlement where mineral fossils may be discovered.
We will return to Khmliya to lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, you will reach the desert camp via a camel trek across the magnificent orange sand dunes. From the middle of the sand dunes, it is possible to observe a spectacular sunset and rejuvenate your spirit. You can have dinner and spend the night in the camp, where music will be played and you can play on the sand dunes beneath an unlimited number of stars.
The next morning, it is essential to rise early in order to witness the magnificent sunrise. After breakfast and a shower, return to the town of Merzouga by camel or vehicle and continue on to Rissani. On foot, the famous, traditional, and largest market in the region will be explored, with an emphasis on locally manufactured goods and arts & crafts. The best time to visit Rissani is on a Sunday, Tuesday, or Thursday when the market is open. Later, we will go to Tinghir via the Tafilalt Oasis, where we will be able to witness the oasis's old watering system. After arriving in Tinjdad, where we will have lunch on our own, we will go to Tinghir to observe the Todra valley and explore the orange cliffs of the Todra Gorge. The day will conclude in the verdant Boumalne Dades valley. Dine and then spend the night in a hotel or riad.
After breakfast on the eight day of our 10 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech, we will go to Ouarzazate, Morocco's star-studded treasure. We will visit a world-famous film studio (Atlas Studios) and shoot in the Kasbah Taourirte en route to the historic and beautiful gateway to the Sahara Desert, which has served as the setting for several blockbuster Hollywood films. Then, we go to the next landmark, which is the old kasbah of Ait-Benhaddou. This is the most famous "fortified town" or ksar/Kasbah in Morocco, located in the province of Ouarzazat in the Draa-Tafilalet area of southern Morocco. This ksar, or walled adobe town, is fascinating, to say the least. Numerous cinematic masterpieces have been filmed there, as well as ancient Moroccan buildings.
Following a tour to the Kasbah, we will stop for lunch at a local eatery. We pass through the High Atlas Passes and arrive at our final destination, Marrakech, in the afternoon. We will stop along the route to take in the breathtaking vistas of the Atlas Mountains and Tizi n'Tichka Pass. Finally, dine and spend the night in a Marrakech riad or hotel.
The ninth day of our 10 days tour from Casablanca will be totally devoted to experiencing Marrakech. A native of Marrakech is available as a tour guide to assist you to maximize your time in the city. Given that we are at a popular tourist attraction, today's views and locations will be very different from yesterday's. Prepare yourself for a stunning and bustling city.
Bahia Palace, constructed by Bahmad Grand Visir of Marrakech, is a must-see on any Marrakech city tour due to its magnificent mosaics and stucco. The royal necropolis Saadian Tomb was constructed in the 17th century and is recognized for its remarkable architecture.
You'll have a great time visiting the souks of Marrakech, and you'll be amazed by the range of sights, sounds, tastes, and textures you'll encounter there. The Jacques Majorelle Garden in Marrakech is a one-hectare botanical and landscape garden designed by an artist.
At Jamaa Elfana Square, the tour will conclude. With snake charmers, monkeys, food vendors, and musicians, this is one of the most lively areas in all of Marrakech. At last, retire to your Marrakech riad or hotel for the night.
Your flying schedule dictates your day today. Given the chance, you might spend some time touring less popular areas of Marrakech and lunch at a local restaurant. When you are ready, you will be transferred to the airport in either Marrakech or Casablanca, and your Morocco 10 days tour from Casablanca will end.