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7 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
7 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech overview:
Visit Rabat and Casablanca landmarks on the 7 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech. A private tour of Chefchaouen, Fes, is available. Spend wonderful times in the Merzouga desert, take a camel ride through the Erg Chebbi sea sands, and camp there at night.
Before reaching Marrakech, this 7-day Morocco tour from Casablanca will take you through the Sahara desert and give you the chance to see kasbahs (castles), gorges, and valleys. We may start exploring Morocco at any time with our private Casablanca trip. Take a chance and experience Morocco authenticity with passionate natives.
Our 7 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech highlights:
7 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech itinerary:
Day 1: Casablanca - Rabat - Chefchaouen
When you arrive in Casablanca, our guide will be there to welcome you and start your 7 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech. We have about a five-hour trip to Chefchaouen when we leave the city. We might incorporate a visit of the Hassan II Mosque if you arrive early. We head north along the Atlantic coast to the capital and imperial city of Rabat, where, if you’d like, we may pause for lunch. As we continue, we come to lakes and wooded slopes, which indicates that we are getting close to Chefchaouen, the blue city. You’ll spend the night exploring after checking into a standard hotel.
Day 2: Explore Chefchaouen and drive to Fes via Volubilis
You may explore this enchanted medina and its distinctive cityscape in the morning of this day. We leave after lunch and head to Volubilis, an important Roman city with several well-preserved artifacts. Here, we tour the Roman remains. We reach Fes’s medieval medina and historic center after passing through lush farms and towns. Dinner and breakfast will be served here while you stay the night.
Day 3: Explore Fes with local guide
You will begin your tour of Fes in the morning when a native city guide arrives at your accommodation. In addition to touring a ceramics studio, you’ll go on a drive to see the medina from above. Some of the most significant sites are located inside the walls, including as the artisan workshops and souks, as well as the royal palace’s golden doors. Afternoon, you head back to your hotel.
Day 4: Fes - Ifrane - Azrou - Midelt - Ziz Valley - Erfoud - Merzouga
We leave Fes behind and head up into the vast cedar forests, passing via the mountain settlements of Azrou and Ifrane. You will undoubtedly get a peek of the Barbary monkeys who reside in the jungle. Midelt is known as the apple capital because of the wide variety of apples it grows. We’re having lunch in this town. From this point on, the scenery drastically changes as huge rivers, mountains, and palm plantations are passed.
The view of the Ziz Valley is breathtaking. The fossil and mineral workshops in Erfoud are the next destination. This area has produced some incredible fossil finds, including dinosaur skeletons. The colors will begin to shift, and before long, you will be able to make out the dunes in the distance. Your accommodation in Merzouga will have a glass of mint tea ready for you when you arrive. Take a stroll about and take in the quiet of the desert while you unwind and enjoy your stay.
Day 5: Explore Merzouga with 4x4 - Camel Trekking and night in the Desert
After breakfast, we embarked on an exciting desert expedition to see oasis, mines, nomadic communities, and the settlement of Khamlia, where we were treated to a performance of unique Gnawa music. You will meet your camel team in the afternoon and get ready for the dune walk. In a nomadic camp, you will spend the night enjoying music and food around a campfire. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that will be amazing if the stars are out.
Day 6: Merzouga - Rissani - Todra Gorge - Dades Gorge
Getting up early guarantees that you won’t miss the breathtaking desert dawn, which is an experience well worth the wait. Once you get back to the hotel via camel, you may take a shower and eat breakfast before leaving. After leaving the desert, we make our first stop in Rissani, a trade market town, where you may explore its vibrant souks. A significant portion of this region’s history was shaped by the adjacent abandoned city of Sijilmassa.
We drive through adobe settlements and palm gardens on our way west to Tinejdad and Tinghir. From here, we take a scenic journey up into the mountains to witness one of nature’s marvels, the 300-meter-high Todra Gorge. At the base of this fissure lies a glistening river that has cut its way through the mountain to build this ravine. We head back to the valley and proceed to Boumalne Dades, where we climb the road to find Dades Gorge, another incredible beauty. Here, you’ll spend the night in a guesthouse in the area that serves breakfast and dinner.
Day 7: Dades Gorge - Rose Valley - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah - High Atlas - Marrakech
Following breakfast, we’ll take you to view the amazing rock formations and secret kasbahs within this valley. We travel by several adobe kasbahs and the rose valley, where the Damascus rose is grown and its blossoms are processed into a variety of goods, on our way back to Dades Valley. The old palm grove of Skoura, home to some striking kasbahs, is passed as we leave this valley and arrive at Ouarzazate, the center of the film industry.
There are several film studios in this area where films like Cleopatra have been produced. We go to the well-known Ksar of Ait Benhaddou, which was featured in several other motion pictures in addition to The Gladiator. You are welcome to visit and enjoy lunch here. We cross the High Atlas Mountains in the afternoon, where farms and Berber settlements are scattered over the hillsides and rivers sculpt their course. After descending the switchback roads, we traverse the Tizi n’Tichka pass at an elevation of 2260 meters and arrive in Marrakech in the evening.