1,649 km

10 days & 9 night

All seasons

10 days tour from Casablanca Overview

The 10 Days Morocco Tour from Casablanca Itinerary highlights Morocco’s imperial cities with their exotic old Medinas and souks, the fabulous Moroccan Sahara Desert with its romantic kasbahs, soaring sand dunes, and magnificent gorges, and the majestic Atlas Mountains, marvelous oases, and blue city–the ideal introduction to Morocco, delving deeply into Moroccan cultures, traditions, and ways of life. Our 10 days  Tour From Casablanca is one of our most premium and popular Morocco itineraries from Casablanca.

Highlights 10 Days Morocco Tour from Casablanca

  • Pick up from the airport.
  • Stop in Casablanca Hassan II mosque.
  • Admire panoramic views of Rif mountain
  • Explore the historical monuments of Volubilis’s roman ruins
  • Get lost in Meknes monuments
  • Visit Fez and Marrakech with our local guide
  • Enjoy the scenery of middle atlas mountain and Ifrane
  • Take pictures with Barbary Apes in Azrou
  • Sunset and camel ride in Merzouga desert Erg Chebbi
  • Optional to do sandboarding activity
  • Berber dinner & music around the campfire
  • Admire the Todra & Dades valley
  • Visit Ouarzazate & Ait benhaddou kasbah
  • See the landscapes of Berber villages and the mountains
  • Night in Desert camp

10 Days Morocco Tour from Casablanca Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Casablanca - Rabat

Depending on your flight schedule, we will meet you in front of Casablanca Airport and begin our 10-day desert tour from there. After that, we’ll have time to visit Mosque Hassan II. Later, we will follow the route to Rabat, where you will spend the night.

Day 2: Rabat - Chefchaouen

Today, we’ll take a city tour that includes a drive around the Royal Palace walls and a visit to Mohammad V and Hassan II’s Mausoleums, as well as a self-guided stroll through the medieval walled city and the magnificent Oudayas Kasbah. After a 4-hour trip, we will arrive in Chefchaouen and tour the historic Medina, Outa-el-Hamma Square, and Jewish Quarter. Additionally, there are several artisan stores, restaurants with patios, and cafés to enjoy and dine. Free time in Chefchaouen, with an overnight stay in a hotel.

Day 3: Chefchaouen - Fes

We’ll have a full breakfast at the riad before heading to Volubilis, traveling via Ouazan and the other Rif. Our visit to Volubilis provides an opportunity to observe ancient Roman remnants and learn about Morocco’s cultural heritage. After that, we’ll go to Bab el Mansour and have lunch in Meknes, a city with a rich history dating back to the 17th century. We leave late afternoon and go to Fes, where you will spend the night.

Day 4: Fes Sightseeing

You’ll spend the day on a guided tour of Fez, the cultural capital and one of the world’s best-preserved medieval Islamic cities. Enter the Andalusian district and its gorgeous mosque via Bab Ftouh. Go to Seffarine via tanning, dyeing, and copper manufacturing.

The oldest mosque in Africa is located on the premises of the University of Al-Karaouine. Take a time to rest in front of the grave of Idris I, the man credited with building Fes. When visiting Nejjarine, be sure to view the renowned fountain. Finally, see the breathtaking Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts. In the afternoon, you will go to the Attarine Medersa.

We’ll keep touring the medina until we reach the “blue Gate” of Fes, Bab Boujouloud. Stop at Borj Norj on your tour of the city walls for a stunning view of the medina below. Learn about the history of the Jewish-populated neighborhood and visit the Imperial Palace’s exterior. The pottery neighborhood comes next. Before returning to your Riad, you’ll stop at an artisanal complex on the city’s outskirts.

Day 5: Fes - Ifrane - Cedar Forest - Midelt - Ziz Valley - Merzouga Desert

The fifth voyage of our 10-day Morocco Tour from Casablanca will take us to the Sahara, where we will see several sites such as Ifrane, sometimes known as “Moroccan Switzerland”. We’re going to stop in Cedar Forest to see the monkeys swinging among the trees. Then head south through the enormous palm groves and oasis settlements of southern Morocco’s Ziz valley, which is accessible via the Middle Atlas Mountains. Next, you’ll visit Erfoud, which is famous for its fossil museums and dates.

In the Merzouga Desert, we’ll take a camel ride to observe the breathtaking sunset over the erg Chebbi sand dunes. Following the sunset, we will have supper and spend the night in the heart of Morocco’s Sahara desert, resting at a Merzouga luxury desert camp under a gloriously bright and starry sky. After supper, we will have a Berber party set to the rhythm of drums before staying the night.

Day 6: Merzouga Desert - Rissani - Todra Gorges - Dades Valley

Today, wake up early to watch the dawn over the Erg Chebbi dunes. After breakfast and a shower at the desert camp, ride a camel or 4×4 back to Merzouga Village. We’ll get in our car and go to Rissani, where we’ll visit the town and its historic market.

The journey continues via many other Berber communities, including Mellab, Tinjdad, and Jourf, a community known for its medieval irrigation wells. Todra Valley and its stunning 300-meter-high canyons will be our next stop. Indeed, the might of the water forces its way through the crevices in the rocks. We will hike through the gorge before continuing to Dades Valley, where we will spend the night.

Day 7:Dades Valley - Road of thousands Kasbahs - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah - High Atlas Mountains - Marrakech

Today, we will continue our drive to Ouarzazate, traveling through the Roses valley and the Skoura oasis on our approach to the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located 27 kilometers outside of Ouarzazate. Its stunning vistas have appeared in several Hollywood films, including “Lawrence of Arabia,” “Gladiator,” “Kingdom of Heaven,” “Prince of Persia,” and many more. The southern Kasbahs, or walled palaces, are an excellent illustration of Morocco’s diverse architecture and culture.

After completing a walking tour of the kasbah, we’ll travel via the “Tichka pass” in the Atlas Mountains, enjoying some spectacular panoramic views and Berber settlements along the route, until we arrive in Marrakech, where you’ll spend the night.

Day 8: Marrakech Sightseeing

The Marrakesh Guided Tour will begin with Marrakech’s defining feature, the 12th-century tiled minaret of the Koutoubia mosque. Then, visit Palais Bahia, a 19th-century palace with a wide courtyard, stunning fountains, tiles, exquisite wall carvings, and gardens that is a great place to relax and unwind.

The Saadien Tombs, which were discovered in 1917, have been painstakingly renovated and maintained for since. They have become one of Morocco’s most visited attractions. You will also visit the magnificent Dar Si Said museum.

In the afternoon, tour Marrakech’s colorful souks (marketplaces). Spices, carpets, jewels, enamel, copper, brass, and cedar are all located in separate quarters.

In the early evening, travel to the bustling Djemaa el Fnaa plaza. It offers constantly changing entertainment, culminating after twilight when the plaza comes alive with storytellers, healers, snake charmers, acrobats, and innumerable food vendors.

Day 9: Free Day in Marrakech

Today is free for leisure activities such as cooking classes, Hammam & Spa, shopping, and visiting Majorelle Garden. Overnight stay in Marrakech.

Day 10: Airport Transfer

On the last day of our 10-day Morocco tour from Casablanca. After breakfast, you’ll have free time in Marrakech. We will then take you to the airport based on your flight time.

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