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10-Day Morocco Tour From Casablanca

10 day morocco tour from casablanca
10 days in Morocco - 10 days tour from Casablanca - 10 day Morocco itinerary
10 days Moroccan tour - 10 days tour from Casablanca - 10 days in Morocco - 10 days Morocco itinerary

Description: 10-Day Morocco Tour from Casablanca

If you are looking for an amazing 10-day tour from Casablanca, covering wonderful places, what’s there to wait? You’re in the right spot! This tour will take you to some of the most beautiful offices in Morocco , including Rabat , Chefchaouen , the blue city and Roman ruins Volubilis . Volunteer in Meknes Fes Show Ifranne, go south to see cedar forests, Midelt delights and creations, and the awesomeness blended beauty of girdle valleys Rissani market culture and traditions.

But wait, there’s more! Besides, visit the fossils town of Erfoud, spend the night in a luxury tent in the middle of the desert in Merzouga, ride camels, admire beautiful sunsets and sunrises.Also, tour Todra and Dades gorges. As the guide has mentioned, don’t forget to visit the famous Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, the High Atlas Mountains, the Tizi-n-Tichka pass, and vibrant Marrakech. 10 days trip to Morocco ended in Casablanca after an unforgettable period. Don’t miss a chance to see Morocco wonders!

Itinerary for 10 days tour from Casablanca

 Day 1 – Arrive at Casablanca

To kick off our 10-day Morocco tour from Casablanca, we’ll pick you up from either the Casablanca airport or your hotel. At the beginning of our journey, we start in Casablanca that is a largest city and economic center London of Morocco. Mosques – First of all, let’s visit Hassan II mosque. The biggest Mosquii in Morocco. This magnificent building is situated on an epipenis of land in the west side of the city, with great scenery overlooking Atlantic ocean, We will eat after our trip to the mosque and then we can see more of the city. You can listen to the beautiful Cornish of Casablanca before returning back to a very nice hotel.

Day 2: Casablanca, Rabat to Chefchouen ( blue city)

After breakfast, we will drive the picturesque coastal highway to Rabat the Monarchy’s capital city and one of Morocco’s four imperial cities, which holds a treasure trove of historical and cultural landmark. On the itinerary, the Hassan Tower, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and the Kasbah of Oudaya will be visited. we will have a few hours for lunch before heading north passing by Ouazzane to reach the enchanting Blue City Chefchaouen which lies in the stunningly beautiful Rif mountains. This city is famous as the lovely white and blue buildings and labyrinthine cover-up of its streets and you would spend the night in a local hotel.

Day 3: Chefchaouen, Roman Ruins ( Voulibilis), Meknes To Fes

After you finish having your breakfast, take your time to amble through the town’s beautiful blue streets of Chefchaouen. Later on, we’ll move on to the Volubilis ancient Roman ruins. These still well preserved ruins have also been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sets of artistic mosaics accompany ancient pillars and arches that take you deep into the past. After roaming around the remains of the ruins, we will head roughly 30 kilometers to Meknes, a city that was referred to as the seat of the Ismaili and is among the Moroccan imperial cities. In this place, we will visit a number of significant destinations starting with Bab Al-Mansour, then moving on to Sahrij Souani basin, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, etc. Then after our stopover in Meknes we proceed to Fes for the overnight accommodation at a Riad.

Day 4: Tour Fes With A Local Guide

Breakfast, then we’re ready for a guided tour of Fes, a city known for its culturality and importance both in terms of religion and tourist sense as one of the imperial cities of Morocco

The exploration starts at the gate of Royal Palace and continues into the well preserved medieval Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, We would also spend some time with local Moroccan Berber. In its motif, inside, you will see the blue gate known Barr Bab Boujloud which marks the way into the old Medina. Visit the The Bouanania Medrasa, The Najjarine fountain , The Tanneries , and The Quaraouin mosque and university – the world’s oldest university. Wandering out of the Medina, we’ll go to the Jewish area, referred to as “the Mellah.”

We will head to an ancient fortress in the afternoon accompanied by the breathtaking panoramic views of Medina and the city of Fes. Finally, we’ll take you back to your Riad, where we will provide you with a comfortable space for you to rest and contemplate on all the fun we had today.

Day 5: Fes, Ifrane, Cedar Forest, Medilt, Ziz Valley To Merzouga

We’ll leave soon after breakfast for Imouzzer en route to Ifrane. Ifrane is a town recognized for the alpine-style architecture and cold temperatures. It is sometimes called Switzerland of Morocco, as it can snow from time to time. Next in our journey is the cedar wood where you can feed the Barbary macaques while you stroll in the woods. will then stop at Midelt en route. You will have this time to enjoy lunch. Subsequently, our road to Merzouga will pass through Tizi-n- Tilghamt pass and Ziz valley with stops for magnificent panoramic views.

Merzouga Sahara desert is a place, we’ll arrive at in the afternoon. Here you’re transfer to the camels to ride in the desert’s sandy field. We’ll stop for a while on the top of this dune to enjoy the sunset before going to our desert camp. For people who like luxurious camping, this camp combines the indigenous nomadic tents with hotel-like comforts, provides attendees with opportunities to listen to Berber drums music, dance around the campfire, and gaze at beautiful starry sky. You also have dinner three and stay over in the camp.

Day 6: Explore Merzouga, Nomads, Khamlia, Merzouga Lake, Erg Chebbi, Palm Grove

It’s highly recommended to rise early and witness the mesmerizing sunrise over the desert. After a satisfying breakfast, you’ll camel ride back to Merzouga, where your waiting driver will be ready. The sixth day of your 10-day in Morocco adventure is dedicated to exploring the Merzouga region, brimming with stunning landscapes like sand dunes, wild lakes, mines, fossil areas, and beautiful oases—ideal for outdoor activities.

Our exploration kicks off in Merzouga, venturing off-road to visit an ancient eyeliner mine. Following that, we’ll visit nomads in their handwoven tents, learn about their way of life, and enjoy a cup of Berber tea. Our next stop is Khamlia village, where you can savor Gnaoua music and dance performances. The village residents hail from sub-Saharan countries such as Mali, Sudan, and Niger. You’ll have free time for lunch at a restaurant before a leisurely stroll in a palm tree grove. Finally, we’ll drive a few kilometers to witness the wild lake of Merzouga, also known as the flamingos lake. Dinner and an overnight stay await you at a hotel.

Day 7: Merzouga, Rissani, Erfoud, Todra Gorges To Dades Valley

Turning away from the desert, our next stop is Rissani town which was the capital of Tafilalet many years ago, right after having our breakfast. Even though its roots can be traced back thousands of years, Rissani is an important shopping center in the region and stays active with an energetic souk on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

Our moving on from Rissani Souk involves us taking a delightful walk through Erfoud where we visit a workshop that works in the field of fossilized marble. Finally we pass the Desert Road , the impressive oasis of Touroug and Tinjdad , and finally we get to Todra Gorges . And to the south of Paradise Valley is the Todra river that has made a great gorge in the mountains just close to Morocco’s highest peak and thus found it to be a great area for Rock Climbing. The rugged splendor of chasms calls for a lingering visit.We could spare some time off for lunch at a nearby restaurant and then continue to Dades Valley through Boumalne Dades. On the way.we would make scheduled stops to admire one of the unique natural sights – the peculiar “monkey fingers” rock formation and get a suggestible panoramic view over the Dades valley. Evening ends up with diner and stay during the night in hotel.

Day 8: Dades Valley, Roses Valley, Skoura Palm Groves, Ouarzazate ( Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah), Telouet, Atlas Mountains To Marrakech

After a delightful breakfast, we set off on the next leg of our journey, heading to Kalaa Magouna to explore the Rose Valley, home to an annual Rose Festival held in May. During this festival, locals showcase various rose products. Continuing our drive, we pass through the picturesque palm groves of Skoura before reaching Ouarzazate, also known as the “Gateway to the Desert.” Here, we visit the movie studios where many famous films were shot.

Next, we visit the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a fortified village recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This Kasbah has played a role in numerous popular movies, such as Gladiator, Alexander, The Mummy, and TV shows like Game of Thrones. Following this, our journey takes us toward Marrakesh, passing through the Tizi-N-Tichka pass and the High Atlas Mountains. Along the way, we’ll make stops for lunch and photo opportunities at scenic spots. Our overnight stay will be in a traditional Riad in Marrakesh.

Day 9: Tour Marrakech With A Local Guide

Following yummie breakfast, we have a guided tour of Marrakesh where we will see the city’s most important attractions together with a very knowledgeable local guide. Included amongst Morocco’s four imperial cities is Marrakesh, which is rich with sites of historical and cultural significance, such as the Bahia Palace and Saadian Tomb , among others, and a large desert souk. Use your leisure time to have a delicious lunch around the bustling Jemaa El-Fna square.

In the afternoon’s visit will be made to the Koutoubia mosque which is the city’s biggest mosque and the Majorelle Garden the breathtaking garden. After the day has been fully utilized seeing sites we’ll take you back to your lodging place. If you feel like being alone, you can take a walk and find yourself in the middle of the Khayma singing and dancing in Jemaa El fena square.

Day 10: Marrakech To Casablanca

On the last day of the 10-day tour from Casablanca, we’ll have a quick tour of Marrakesh, the red city. After that, we’ll head north towards Casablanca airport, making stops for scenic views along the route. Finally, we’ll transfer you to the airport, concluding the 10 days in Morocco from Casablanca.

What's included and excluded in the 10 days tour from Casablanca

INCLUDES :

√  Pickup drop-off service.
√English /Spanish speaking driver.
√ Vehicle with fuel (4X4 car , van , mini bus).
√ diesel.
√ Accommodation.
√ Breakfast.
√ Dinner.
√ Camel for each to see the sunrise or sunset

EXCLUDES :

×  flights ticket.
× Lunches.
× Drinks.
× Monuments  fees.
× Tips.

10 days Moroccan tour notes

Please note: 

  • ask us about additional options like riding dunebuggys or quads in the desert or visiting Merzouga Lake, home of the wild flamingos. 

  • Vegetarian food options are available.

  • Your private luxury tent will have electricity, beds, and a private bathroom with a shower. If you would like a Royal tent (larger and with air conditioning), please contact us.

  • The camel ride is 1.5 hours. 

  • Ages 3 to 60 have enjoyed this tour in the past. Children under a certain size will ride with a parent. Contact us if you have questions at [email protected].

What do I need to bring in this 10 days Moroccan tour ?

  • Wear long pants for the camel trek.

  • You will bring one small overnight bag on the camel trek to the camp.

  • Bring a bottle of water with you for the camel trek.

  • Got any other  questions about your 10  days Moroccan desert tour? Contact us.

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during the 10-day tour, participants will cover a distance of 1967 km

Map for 10-day tour from Casablanca
Testimonials

See What Some Of Our Clients Say About This Casablanca Tour

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We picked this tour to see lots of places and have time to explore each one. We didn't spend as much time driving as we would on shorter trips. We visited four imperial cities, the Sahara desert, Casablanca, and the blue city. Our driver, Aziz, spoke excellent English and explained everything and answered our questions well. Thank you very much!

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