5 Days Tour From Casablanca

Casablanca, Morocco

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Overview

In the course of our 5 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech, we will see some of the country’s most famous and breathtaking landmarks. During this journey, you will get the chance to visit and discover well-known imperial capitals like Rabat, Meknes, and Fes, as well as stroll through the streets and lanes of the historic Medinas in each of these cities. We will also visit Al Quaraouiyine University, one of the oldest in the world.
During this 5 days tour from Casablanca, you will have the opportunity to travel over both the Middle and High Atlas Mountains, experience the Sahara desert of Merzouga by riding camels in the heart of the Erg Chebbi sand dunes, and spend the night in a desert camp beneath the starry sky. The Todgha and Dades Gorges, as well as the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, will leave you in awe as you make your way back towards the north. The ultimate destination will be the “red city” of Marrakech, which is the most popular tourist destination in the country.

A tour of Morocco for five days that visits the imperial cities, the Atlas mountains, and the desert of Merzouga is your best option if you want a vacation packed with exciting activities and interesting sites to see. It can seem like a lot, but if you prepare ahead of time, it’s not only possible but also so much more than worth it!

Included/Exclude

  • Pick up and drop off at your lodging.
  • Comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle + fuel.
  • Driver guide during the tour.
  • Fes local guide.
  • Accommodation for four nights.
  • breakfast every day.
  • Dinners.
  • Visit Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.
  • For camel trips, bottle water and scarf each one.
  • Flight tickets
  • Water & Drinks.
  • Lunches.
  • Entrance fees.
  • Tips

Tour Plan

The first day of our excursion in Morocco will begin today. You will be met by our driver guide at your hotel, the airport, or any other location of your choosing, and then you will journey to Fes while passing via Rabat, which is the capital of Morocco as well as one of the four imperial towns in Morocco. We are going to take a tour of the most interesting landmarks in this city, such as the Hassan Tower, Chellah, and the Oudaya Kasbah.
After there, keep going until you reach Meknes, which is the capital of the Ismaili people and one of the four Imperial cities in Morocco. We are going to go sightseeing in the city, and some of the attractions we will see include: the beautiful Bab Mansour Gate, which was constructed by the Sultan Moulay Ismail; the peaceful courtyards of the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail; and Sahrij Swani, which is used for irrigation and cultivation. Take a leisurely stroll around the historic Meknes medina and enjoy the enticing hustle and bustle of El Hedim Square. There will be no scheduled activities during our lunch break. After lunch, we make our way to Fes, where we will unwind, have supper, and spend the night in a typical riad or hotel located in the middle of the medina.

After breakfast, explore the most historic and cultural city in Morocco. In Fes, "the spiritual capital of Morocco," tour the medina, the old city. Our guided tour in Fez covers the Jewish Quarter (Mellah) and the Royal Palace with its beautiful mosaic architecture and golden doors. Chaouwara Tanneries was the city's major leather workshop in the 11th century. Kairaouine Mosque, a historic institution of Islamic study and one of the world's oldest colleges, is closed to non-Muslims, although you may view the courtyard from the gates. The Najjarine Marble Fountain and Al-Attarine Madrassa has outstanding Islamic architecture. The Bou Inania Medersa is one of Fes's most magnificent religious colleges.
Lunch will be at a Moroccan restaurant. Bab Boujloud's mosaics shift from blue on the external wall to green on the inside wall, the sacred color of Islam. Medina streets and marketplaces to explore. We'll drive you to a panoramic point for a glimpse of Fes El-medina Bali's later. We ate and slept at the same riad in the medina.

After breakfast, we will be leaving Fes and continuing our journey across the Middle Atlas Mountains. Ifrane, often known as "the Switzerland of Morocco," is going to be one of the places that we visit. In addition, we will make a halt close to Azrou to see monkeys in the Cedar Forest. After that, we continue our trip to Midelt, the apple capital of Morocco, where we will have lunch on our own at one of the local restaurants. The journey to the Sahara desert will begin in the late afternoon when we cross the Tizi N'talghouma pass at an elevation of 1,907 meters. Along the way, we will travel past quaint Berber settlements and the breathtaking Ziz Valley. After that, we will go to the breathtaking region of Merzouga, which is known for its dunes, and there, we will ride camels. Following this path will bring us to the Sahara desert, where we will be treated to a breathtaking sunset amidst the dunes. It is planned that dinner and the night would be spent in a desert camp around a campfire, with natives performing music under a fascinating sky.

The next morning, it is best to awaken early to witness the beautiful dawn. After breakfast and a shower, return by camel or car to the town of Merzouga and continue on to Rissani. We will explore the most popular, oldest, and largest market in the region while on foot, focusing on the locally produced items and arts & crafts. Sunday, Tuesday, or Thursday is the best time to visit Rissani. Therefore, these three days are souk, making them ideal shopping days for desert dwellers. Later, we'll keep going to Tinghir by way of the Tafilalt Oasis so we can see the oasis's old irrigation system.
Following our arrival in Tinjdad town, we will eat lunch on our own. Then, head to Tinghir to see the breathtaking vistas of Todra Valley and stroll through Todra Gorge's orange cliffs. The gorges of Todra Gorge are about 300 meters deep, making it a popular climbing destination. Dinner and the night will be spent in a hotel or riad in Boumalne Dades, with its verdant valley.

After breakfast, we will go to Ouarzazate, the "Hollywood of Africa," where we will shoot the Kasbah Taourirte and visit a world-famous film studio (Atlas Studios). Then we proceed to the next destination, the old Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou. This city was constructed along the caravan route between Marrakesh and the Sahara. In the seventeenth century, it was a prosperous commercial station.
After touring the Kasbah, we will stop for lunch at a local establishment. Through the High Atlas Passes, we continue our travel to Marrakech in the afternoon. On the route, we will stop to admire the breathtaking Atlas Mountains and Tizi N'Tichka pass (2260m). At the conclusion of your 5 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech, we will drop you off at your hotel.

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3 thoughts on “5 Days Tour From Casablanca”

  1. eziz 29/09/2022

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    I m planning travel to Marroco Next year

  2. Jardi 30/09/2022

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    I recommend all ppl to vist morocco

  3. EBRAHEEMAHMED 02/10/2022

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    Lahcen, our tour driver, was fantastic. He was really kind and engaging. He drove us about without incident, and his first priority was our satisfaction. The places we visited and the things we saw blew our minds. I cannot speak highly enough of this tour business and of our guide, Abdul. We couldn’t possibly include all we did here. STUNNING STUNNING STUNNING!!!

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