Overview of the schedule for 10 day morocco tour from casablanca
On this 10 day morocco tour from casablanca , breakfast and lunch will be included in the price of your stay. Meknes is the third imperial city in Morocco. Volubilis and Moulay Idriss Zerhoun are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Merzouga is the pinnacle of luxury glamping, located at the foot of the Sahara Desert dunes. Gnawa music is a mystical and mesmerizing kind of music that has been performed for generations.
The vista of the lake at Ait Sareji, particularly during the springtime when it is frequented by pink flamingos, will mesmerize you.Morocco is home to the Moulay Ali Cherif Gate, where the founder of the Alawite Dynasty’s father is buried. Rissani was formerly a significant market for caravans that traversed the sub-Saharan area. Visit the remains of Sijilmassa and explore the Dades Valley. The Dades Valley, also known as the Valley of Roses, is home to many wonderful vistas.
The Tizi n’Tichka Pass has breathtaking vistas of the High Atlas Mountains and quaint Berber communities. Our final stops are Ourzazate, Ait Benhaddou, and El Kelaa M’gouna. Your tour guide will take you to some of the most stunning palaces and buildings in Marrakech. From ancient times up to the present day, Jemaa el-Fnaa is considered to be the most well-known town square in all of the world.
Day 1 – Casablanca – Fes
We will pick you up at the airport in Casablanca and give you a quick tour of the biggest city in Morocco, which is also the center of the country’s commercial and industrial activity. In addition to that, we are going to go to the majestic Mosque of Hassan II, which is both one of the biggest and most beautiful mosques in the whole world.
The structure is a fusion of Islamic architecture with Moroccan characteristics, such as ornately carved wood, exquisite mosaic tiling, and gigantic marble pillars. It projects out into the sea breezes of the Atlantic Ocean. We will make a stop for lunch before continuing on to Fes, where you will spend the night in a traditional Moroccan riad, and breakfast and lunch will both be included in the price of your stay.
DAY2: Fes – Tour of the City with a Local Guide
Following breakfast, you will go off on an adventure to some of the most magnificent locations in Fes. The Medina, which is an ancient city with walls and lanes, as well as the famed medieval tanneries, will be on our itinerary today. In addition, we will go to the Karaouine Mosque, which was established in 859 by Fatima Al-Fihri and is often regarded as the most gorgeous and historically significant place of worship in the city.
The Merenid Tomb, the Madrasa Bou Inania, the Al-Attarin Madrasa, and the Neijarin Fountain are some of the most impressive examples of Islamic architecture in the city, and we will see all of them after our lunch break. We will also travel to a souk noted for its handicrafts, food products, copperware, and ceramics. In addition, we will visit a donkey fondouk. You will have breakfast each morning during your stay at a traditional Moroccan riad, where you will spend the night.
Day 3 – Fes – Meknes – Volubilis – Midelt
Following breakfast this morning, we are going to make our way to the adjacent city of Meknes, which is the third imperial city in Morocco. The ornately carved gates of Meknes have contributed to the city’s reputation as “the Versailles of Morocco.” We will go to the Medina of Meknes and witness its historic walls and stables. Additionally, we will tour the Bab El Khamis and Bab El Mansour, which are two of the city’s most stunning embellished entrances, as well as the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail.
In the afternoon, we will make our way to the Moroccan town of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun, which is considered a site of pilgrimage. This place will serve as our lunch halt. Following that, we will investigate the intriguing old Roman ruins that are located in Volubilis, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city dates back to the third century BC and has been astonishingly well maintained, featuring a number of beautiful mosaics around the city. Following this stop, we will continue our journey toward Midelt, where you will spend the night in a traditional Moroccan riad and be provided with both supper and breakfast throughout your stay.
Day 4 – Midalet – Errachidia – Ziz valley – Erfoud – Merzouga
We will depart Midelt after breakfast and continue on our journey via the Middle Atlas Mountains, passing through the nomads who call those mountains home. The views are both breathtaking and diverse, consisting of things like towering cliffs and deep valleys, dense woods and volcanic rock, thick forests and valleys of palm trees, and so on. We are going to visit an incredible fossil factory in the town of Erfoud, where we will discover how they unearth, polish, and shape many types of fossils into beautiful things, such as trilobites, orthoceras, ammonites, and others.
We are going to keep moving forward until we reach Merzouga and the Dunes Luxury Camp, which is located at the foot of the Sahara Desert dunes. The word “glamping” refers to glamorous camping, and this whole campground is the pinnacle of luxury camping. You will feast on traditional Berber cuisine, take in the sights and sounds of traditional drumming performed beneath the twinkling lights of the night sky, and then retire to the beauty and serenity of your exquisite tent for the evening.
Day 5 – Merzouga – Erg Chebbi dunes – Tamrdanite – Khamlia Hassi El-Bied
Your tour will begin in the morning after breakfast and will take you through the sand-sea dunes near the Algerian border. There, you will have the opportunity to snap photographs and observe the black volcanic rocks. In addition to this, we will get the chance to speak with a family of nomads and gain insight into the nomadic way of life.
Before we get to Khamlia, we will come near to a number of teeny-tiny Berber communities, such as Tamrdanite. Gnawa music is a mystical and mesmerizing kind of music that has been performed for generations by the black people who live in this area. We will be treated to a performance of this music in the little desert town of Khamlia.
Music from the Gnawa tradition is revered across the world and is believed to have curative qualities. The vista of the lake at Ait Sareji, particularly during the springtime when it is frequented by pink flamingos and a variety of other species, will mesmerize you as we make our way along the short distance to our destination today.
We will make our way back to camp so that you can get some rest and be ready for your next experience, which will be camel trekking. You will go deep into the heart of the Sahara on these ships of the desert, where you will be treated to a breathtaking sunset over the sand dunes. When you get back to the Dunes Luxury Camp, you will have supper and breakfast, and then you will spend the night sleeping under the stars in the exotic Sahara.
Day 6 – Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Tinjdad – Tinghir – Todgha Gorge – Boumalne Dades
Today, the camel guy (also known as a trekker) will get you up before dawn so that you may ride a camel into the desert and see the sunrise. After that, you will go back to the campsite to finish getting ready for the day, eat breakfast, and have a shower before we continue our journey by automobile to the city of Rissani, which served as the capital of the Alawite Sultans in the past. Rissani was formerly a significant market for caravans that traversed the sub-Saharan area, and even now, it is a fascinating place to visit. We will take a stroll around the classic souk in addition to the local market.
In addition to this, we will visit the remains of Sijilmassa, the Moulay Ali Cherif Gate, and the tomb of Moulay Ali Cherif, where the founder of the Alawite Dynasty’s father is buried. Those who, in addition to seeing the Gate itself, are interested in gaining some knowledge about the history of the nation will find this to be an excellent trip.
We are going to make a lunch stop at Tinjdad, so be ready for that. We will continue on the road that runs beside the river until we reach the Gorges, at which point we will pull over and have a stroll through this amazing natural formation that has rock walls that are extraordinarily high (up to 300 meters). This breathtaking location has been used in a great number of movies.
After that, we will go via the Boumalne du Dades, and we will have time to investigate the rock formations there, which are often described as looking like human figures or monkey’s fingers. A traditional Moroccan riad will be your home for the night, and both supper and breakfast will be provided.
Day 7 – Dades Valley – Boutghrar – El Kelaa M’gouna – Skoura – Ourzazat
Following breakfast, we will get an early start on our tour through the Dades Valley, which is home to many wonderful vistas. Next, we will take you on a journey over the spectacular Pist Mil Kasbah, which can only be reached by a four-wheel drive vehicle, and we will pass by several incredible Berber communities, such as Boutghrar. You will get the chance to speak with Berber nomads who make their homes in the caves that are located there.
After that, we will go to El Kelaa M’gouna, also known as the Valley of Roses. Here, roses are produced and processed into various cosmetic products, including perfumes, oils, and lotions. During this stop, you will have a lunch break. In order to reach Ourzazate, we will have to go via the stunning palm grove oasis in Skoura. Here, you will be able to observe a wide variety of unique kasbahs, such as the Amerhidil Kasbah. After arriving in Ourzazate, you will spend the night in a traditional Moroccan riad, where you will be provided with both supper and breakfast.
Day 8 – Ourzazate – Ait Benhaddo – Pass Tizi-n-Tichka – Marrakech
We will leave for Marrakech when you have finished your breakfast. The first stop on our tour will be Atlas Studios, the largest film production facility in the world. This is the location where a number of well-known movies and television shows have been filmed, including: Lawrence of Arabia, The Jewel of the Nile, The Mummy, Gladiator, The Man Who Would Be King, Vikings, Game of Thrones, and Aladdin, as well as several James Bond and Jason Bourne films.
Our next destination is the magnificent Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, which is included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Following a short stop for lunch, we will continue our journey by driving across the Tizi N’Tichka Pass, which has breathtaking vistas of the High Atlas Mountains and quaint Berber communities. You will get the opportunity to spend the night in a traditional Moroccan riad, complete with lodging and breakfast.
Day 9 – Marrakech – Tour of the City with a Local Guide
After breakfast this morning, you will have the rest of the day free to explore and learn more about Marrakech, often known as the “Red City.” Your tour guide will take you to some of the most stunning palaces and buildings in Marrakech, such as the Koutoubia Mosque, the Majorelle Gardens, the Bahia Palace (which dates back to the 19th century), and the Saadian Tombs (which date back to the 16th century).
You will have lunch in the Medina, and then you will have the option to go to the famed Souks, which are covered markets where vendors sell all kinds of goods, from leather and carpets to spices and jewelry. Jemaa el-Fnaa is often considered to be the most well-known town square in all of the world. This UNESCO World Heritage site has been inhabited by merchants, snake charmers, acrobats, magicians, mystics, musicians, and monkey trainers from ancient times all the way up to the present day. You will be spending the night in a traditional Moroccan riad, and both dinner and breakfast will be provided for you during your stay.
Day 10 – Marrakech – Casablanca
After breakfast, we will either provide transport to the airport in Marrakech so that you can catch a flight in the morning or drive you to Casablanca so that you can catch a flight in the afternoon, depending on which option is most suitable for you.
10 days Moroccan tour itinerary includes and excludes:
√ Pickup drop-off service.
√ English /Spanish speaking driver.
√ Vehicle with fuel (4X4 car , van , mini bus).
√ Camel for each to see the sunrise or sunset
× flights ticket.
× Monuments fees.
10 days Moroccan tour notes
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 Info@AllMoroccoTours.com.
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 of your 10 days Moroccan tour? Contact us.