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15 days tour from casablanca
15 days tour from casablanca
15 days Moroccan tour

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Overview of the schedule for 15 days tour from casablanca

15 days tour from casablanca includes stops in Casablanca, Rabat, Chefchaouen, and Meknes. Volubilis is a destination in Morocco where you may see Roman remains and learn about the region’s rich history. Fes is an unforgettable cultural and historical tour of Fez. Ifran is sometimes called “the Switzerland of Morocco” for its picturesque setting. Each camel ride into the dunes will take around an hour and a half, and each passenger will have their own camel.

Bedrooms, power, a private bathroom with a shower, and air conditioning are just some of the luxuries. Camel-drawn tours of the Erg Chebbi and Merzouga sand dunes. The UNESCO World Heritage Site Kasbah Ait Benhaddou is featured in Gladiator. A personalized tour of Marrakech awaits you the next morning after breakfast. Next, explore the Majorelle Gardens and Jemaah el-Fna Plaza.

Agadir is the 12th day of our journey from Marrakesh to Agdir. Esaouira is a magnificent seaside town. The medina of El Jadida is an ancient medina founded by the Portuguese in 1513. Spend the night at a riad and have a meal prepared for you by the riad’s kitchen.

Itinerary for 15 days Moroccan tour


Your personal driver will take you directly to your hotel after picking you up from the airport. We will go to the Hassan II Mosque today or tomorrow, depending on when you get here.

Day 2 includes stops in Casablanca, Rabat, and Chefchaouen.

We will check out of the hotel in the morning and travel to Rabat, where we will see the Hassan Tower and other attractions before continuing on to the blue city of Chefchaouen. We’ll catch the sunset at the Spanish Mosque, then go to the riad for supper and the night.


Spend the day in Chefchaoun, one of Morocco’s most beautiful and mystical cities. You will have the opportunity to capture some really unforgettable images of the “blue city” while also exploring the shops, cafés, and street entertainers of the medina. Indulge in a delicious meal and a restful night’s sleep in the same riad.


Following a hearty breakfast at your riad, we’ll set off on a fascinating trip to Volubilis through the Wazan and Rif mountains. Volubilis is a destination in Morocco where you may see Roman remains and learn about the region’s rich history. Afterwards, we’ll go to Meknes, a city with roots in the 17th century, to explore its history and culture. You will have lunch; see the Bab el Mansour and the Medina; and pay your respects at the shrine of Moulay Ismail. Dinner and a night’s stay in a riad await us upon our arrival in Fes in the late afternoon.

Day5: Tour of Fez

A knowledgeable guide will pick you up from your riad in the morning and take you on an unforgettable cultural and historical tour of Fes. You’ll spend the morning exploring the winding streets of the medina (the ancient city), the Jewish Quarter, and the Royal Palace Gate before stopping for lunch. After seeing the city’s renowned tanneries and the Quaraouine mosque (the site of the earliest university in the world), we’ll go up to the highest point for a breathtaking vista. If you’re interested, we can also stop by a local pottery collective. In the evening, you’ll have some time to yourself, have supper, and sleep in the same riad as the previous night.


Breakfast will be served, and then we’ll be on our way to Midelt. Beautiful views of the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains may be seen as you pass through Ifran, a mountain community sometimes called “the Switzerland of Morocco” for its picturesque setting. We will stop at Azrou to visit the wild monkeys and then continue on to Midelt. You will stay in a nice hotel in Midelt and be treated to supper.


After a hearty breakfast, we’ll go off for the Ziz Gorge and the pass of Tizi n Tlghamt, our destination for the day. We’ll pause later to take in the Ziz valley in its entirety. After lunch, we’ll leave for Merzouga, the starting point of our camel ride into the desert, passing via Erfoud, the fossil-hunting capital of Morocco. Everything we need for the journey into the desert will be loaded onto the camels before we go off. 

The camel ride into the dunes will take around an hour and a half, and each passenger will have their own camel. You’ll have your very own private tent, and then you can go for a stroll on the dunes to take in the sunset and maybe even try your hand at sandboarding before retiring for the night. After watching the sun go down, you’ll return to camp for some mint tea (or “Moroccan Berber Whiskey,” as it’s known around here). Then you may enjoy a traditional Berber tagine dish cooked over an open fire in the comfort of your tent. 

The celebration will begin after supper. Performers from the local Berber nomad community will play drums and dance in traditional fashion. Then, you may relax in the tranquility of the desert while gazing at the star-studded sky. A nomad supper and bedtime Beds, power, a private bathroom with a shower, and air conditioning are just some of the luxuries that can be found in the tents (please let us know which amenities you would like for an accurate quote).


Listen for your guide’s soft voice as daylight breaks, and get up to see the sun rise over the Sahara’s sand dunes. After spending the night at Desert Camp, we’ll take a camel ride back to Merzouga for breakfast and showers before heading out on our camel-drawn tour of the Erg Chebbi and Merzouga sand dunes. We’re going to a Berber home to hear some Gnawa music, which has its roots in Ghana and Sudan. The disused mines, nomadic Berbers, and palm tree oasis on our itinerary seem fascinating. You will spend the night in the riad in Merzouga, where you will also have supper and some free time.


Todra Gorge is where we’re headed after breakfast. We’ll take an off-road vehicle over the hamada (black desert) to the Saharan village of Rissani, where we’ll explore the bustling local market. Next, we’ll go north to the town of Erfoud, famous for its fossils, where we may stop at a fossil workshop before continuing on to the breathtaking Todra Canyons. Before checking into our lodgings for the night, we’ll spend some time in the canyons rock climbing (extra reservations may be necessary) or hiking.


We check out of the hotel in the morning and go out to see the gigantic kasbahs that line both sides of the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs. The stunning scenery of the Valley of the Roses awaits you on the way to Skoura palm grove and further to Ouarzazate. Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, featured in such films as The Man Who Would Be King, Jewel of the Nile, Jesus of Nazareth, The Message, Lawrence of Arabia, The Mummy, and Gladiator, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

To continue, we will go to the High Atlas and stop at the Berber settlement of Telouet as well as the nearby Kasbah el Glaoui. Before heading down the Tizi-n-Tichka to Marrakech, we will stop for lunch at a small Telouet restaurant. You will be staying in a riad for the night upon your arrival in Marrakech, and the plan is to explore the city before dinner.

Day 11: Marrakech City Tour 

A personalized tour of Marrakech awaits you the next morning after breakfast. The first part of our journey will take us to the famed Palais de Bahia, a palace with wonderful interior chambers and exquisite mosaic walls. Next, we’ll explore the spectacular Saadian tombs and the Jewish Quarter, whose architecture stands in stark contrast to the rest of the medina. 

We will see the Koutoubia Mosque, an emblem of Marrakech and a landmark for visitors, as well as the historic Medersa Ben Youssef, a school for Quranic studies with stunning Arabian-Andalucian architecture. In the end, we’ll visit the famed Jemaah el Fna plaza, home to dozens of vendors selling anything from orange juice to snakes to water to ladies with henna tattoos. Take a break from the heat of the day on one of the terraces that overlook the city and watch the vibrant masses below as they go about their day.

Next, we’ll go to the stunning Majorelle Gardens, so you may wander around this urban sanctuary at your own pace. The vivid blue home houses the Berber Museum, where you can learn about Berber culture and view stunning examples of traditional dress. For supper, you’ll return to the same riad.

 12th day of our journey from Marrakech to Agdir,

We are going to Agadir, a beach city, after breakfast. You will have free time to explore Agadir’s famous Kasbah and other sights when you arrive. Spend the night at a riad and have a nice meal.

Day 13: Agair-Esaouira,

We will be leaving for Essaouira, the historic Portuguese city, first thing in the morning. As you go, you may like to stop in at a local women’s cooperative that produces Argan oil to find out more about the product. In the early afternoon, you will arrive in Essaouira, a magnificent seaside town, and begin your exploration of the harbor. The medina is a great place to get some seafood for lunch. During the afternoon, you are free to do anything you choose, whether that be swimming and lounging on the beach or exploring the souks and bazaars of the medina. The riad’s kitchen will prepare a meal for you.


Today we’ll take the scenic route down the coast from Essaouira to Casablanca. From Safi, we’ll go to Oualida for some fresh fish. El Jadida (previously known as Mazagan) is an ancient medina founded by the Portuguese in 1513, and we’ll be going through it on our way to Casablanca after lunch. When you get to Casablanca, it will be early in the evening, giving you plenty of time to check into your hotel, have supper, and relax before bed.

 15th day is the departure day, and the transfer to the airport.

Depending on when your flight leaves, we will pick you up from the hotel after breakfast and take you to the airport. We appreciate your interest in our all-Morocco tours.

15 days tour from casablanca 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.
× Lunches.
× Drinks.
× Monuments  fees.
× Tips.

15 days tour from casablanca Note:

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 15 days tour from casablanca?

  • 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 for your 15 days tour from casablanca ? Contact us.

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