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The 17 days tour from Casablanca includes a complimentary walking tour of Chefchaouen, Meknes, and Volubilis. Fes, which is one of the four imperial cities of Morocco, is also included in the itinerary. Merzouga, with its distinctive architecture and climate, is often referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco. During the visit to Erfoud, you will have the opportunity to tour a remarkable fossil factory and see trilobites, orthoceras, ammonites, and other fossils. Additionally, the Atlas Mountains are a treasure trove of breathtaking photo opportunities, and we will stop at the highest point on the road, which is roughly 2260 meters above sea level.

During the tour, we will also visit the grandest mosque in Marrakech, the Al Koutoubia mosque, and take a stroll through Jamaa El Fna square. On the last day of the tour, we will drop you off at Mohammed V airport in Casablanca. Other notable places we will visit include the Mazagan Fortress, the Portuguese City Mosque, and Sidi Bou Afi Lighthouse in Casablanca.

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Itinerary for 17 days tour from Casablanca :

Upon your arrival at the Mohamed 5 Airport in Casablanca, your driver/guide will be there to welcome you and provide transportation to your hotel in Casablanca. You will spend the night at the hotel.

Start your journey with a delightful breakfast at your hotel, followed by a visit to the stunning Hassan II Mosque - the largest of its kind in Africa - located in the vibrant city of Casablanca. From there, travel to Morocco's capital, an imperial city that boasts a rich history and cultural heritage. While in the capital, don't miss the chance to visit popular attractions such as the Mechouar, the impressive tombs of Mohamed V and Hassan II, and the Kasbah of Oudayas. After an exhilarating day of sightseeing, retire to your comfortable accommodation in the same city

On the Atlantic coast lies Rabat, the political and administrative capital of Morocco. This city, which originated during the French Protectorate in the early 20th century, showcases a unique architectural and decorative style that is representative of modern-day Morocco. Experience the best of Rabat through a guided city tour, beginning at the Royal Palace and continuing to the Chellah Necropolis, Hassan Tower, and Mohamed V Mausoleum. Following lunch, take a guided walk through the medina, and enjoy a free afternoon. End your day with dinner and an overnight stay in Rabat.

Today, we will depart from Morocco's capital and make our way to the breathtaking blue city of Chefchaouen, where you will spend the next two nights in a charming local riad. During your stay, your breakfasts and dinners will be provided at the riad. On the first day, you will enjoy a guided tour of the medina, followed by a day trip to the stunning Akchour Valley on the second day, where you can witness the best waterfall in the area. In the evening, you will return to the riad to unwind and relax.

Today, we will embark on a private tour of Morocco, driving towards Tangier to discover its charming medina. During our excursion, we will also have the opportunity to explore the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts, as well as visit the town of Asilah. We plan to spend the night in a local riad for a truly authentic experience.

Today, we'll start our journey by discovering the charming town of Asilah in the morning. Afterward, we'll hit the road to Fez, where we'll enjoy the authentic experience of staying at a local riad for the next two nights.

Embark on a guided tour of Fes, "the oldest living Medina in the world," after a hearty breakfast. Your local tour guide will lead you through the bustling souks, or markets, where you can soak up the vibrant atmosphere. Your itinerary includes stops at the Royal Palace gateway, the Karouine mosque and University, and the tomb of Moulay Idriss II, the city's founder. For lunch, you'll savor traditional fare at one of the old Medina's beloved restaurants. Afterward, the tour continues to the Najarine Fountain, the old Harem Garden, and the Batha Museum. Before heading back to your hotel, you'll pause to take in a panoramic view of the city. Boost your Fes itinerary with this unforgettable experience!

Embark on an unforgettable adventure in Morocco by starting your day with a scenic drive to Merzouga, where you will cross the majestic Atlas Mountains and pass through the charming town of Ifrane, before reaching the lush cedar forests of Azrou, home to a troop of wild monkeys waiting to be photographed. Indulge in a delicious lunch in the quaint Berber village of Zaida, before continuing your journey through the stunning Atlas Mountains, marveling at the breathtaking landscapes of Medilt, and stopping in the charming town of Rich and Erfoud, where the Saharan oasis of Tafilalet begins. Finally, arrive in Merzouga and spend the night in the enchanting Sahara Desert.

Embark on a fascinating desert journey after your morning meal and visit Khamlia, a village originally settled by Sudanese slaves, to immerse yourself in their music and way of life. Just a stone's throw away lies the stunning Merzouga lake, home to various avian species, including the majestic flamingos. If you have a penchant for Berber handicrafts, be sure to check out the nomad wire house, where you'll find them at lower prices than in larger cities. Later in the day, an experienced Camel man will guide you on a camel ride through the enigmatic Erg-Chebbi sand-sea, where you'll spend your first night under the twinkling stars or in a traditional Berber nomad tent. Enjoy a delectable dinner in the tent before settling in for the night with the option of a hearty breakfast in the morning.

Embark on a picturesque journey through Morocco's Dades Valley, famously known as the "way of the thousand kasbahs", and capture stunning snapshots at every turn. Our route takes us through the charming rose city of Kalaa M'gouna, where you can purchase rosewater to infuse your linens with a delightful scent long after your trip. Afterward, explore the verdant Skoura and Dirds Valley, and marvel at the well-preserved Kasbah Ameridil. Take a break for a leisurely hike through the valley before moving on to Ouarzazate, aptly dubbed "the Hollywood of Africa" due to its striking landscapes that have lured renowned movie producers. Relax in our comfortable riad for an overnight stay.

After enjoying breakfast at your riad, we will make our way to Taroudant by first stopping in Taznakht and visiting the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, which is the largest Kasbah in Morocco. Constructed at the beginning of the 20th century by T-hami El Glaoui, who was one of the last Berber chieftains, the Kasbah was a regular stop for him during his extensive travels from sub-Saharan countries to Marrakech. It is now recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site. Continuing on to Taliouine, which is the saffron capital of Morocco, you will have the option to visit the Safran co-operative. If your visit coincides with the saffron harvest, you may have the opportunity to witness the Berber people and their families gathering saffron in the fields. In the afternoon, we will reach Taroudant, where you can explore the ramparts and stroll through the small alleyways of the Medina. Taroudant is often referred to as "The little Marrakech" because it was built by the Saadian dynasty and served as their capital before they relocated to Marrakech in the 16th century.

Start your day with a delicious breakfast at the riad before embarking on a picturesque road trip to Sidi Ifni via Tafraout. On the way, make your first stop at Tiznit, a former bustling tourist hub with a beautiful Promenade perfect for a leisurely stroll after lunch. As you continue along the coastal road, soak in the breathtaking views of the Argan tree fields and catch a glimpse of the impressive sight of goats scaling the trees in search of food. After several scenic stops, arrive in Sidi Ifni in the afternoon for an unforgettable stay at a traditional riad/hotel.

Begin your day with a delightful breakfast at the riad before embarking on a scenic road trip to Essaouira via Agadir along the stunning Atlantic coast. Upon arriving in Essaouira in the afternoon, set out on an immersive exploration of the city. Your itinerary will include visits to the historic Skala Fortress, the artisanal Thuya wood carving workshops, and a leisurely stroll through the medina's winding alleys where you can view numerous handicrafts. Lunch will be a traditional Moroccan affair, featuring freshly caught fish cooked to order. Later, take some time to explore the charming village on your own, perhaps by visiting the beach or observing the world-class surfing, for which Essaouira is known as "The City of the Wind." This small, historic village is rich in cultural heritage, with a unique blend of Portuguese and Moroccan architectural styles, earning it the nickname "Jewel of the Atlantic." If you plan your visit in June, you can experience the annual Gnawa music festival, a celebration of musical groups from across Africa and around the world.

Indulge in a delightful breakfast at your riad, followed by some leisure time before departing for Marrakech. En route, take advantage of the opportunity to learn about the region's famous Argan culture by visiting a women's cooperative that produces the sought-after oil known for its culinary, cosmetic, and medicinal properties. Along the way, pause to capture some picturesque photographs before arriving in Marrakech and settling into your riad. In the evening, savor a delicious dinner before deciding whether to explore the famous Jemaa El Fna square, where a host of colorful characters, from magicians and storytellers to musicians and snake charmers, will be ready to entertain you.

Experience a comprehensive day trip of Marrakech, beginning with a visit to the Menara, a picturesque pool encircled by flowerbeds that serves as an irrigation system for the surrounding fields. The tour will showcase several remarkable landmarks, including the Koutoubia Mosque, Majorelle Gardens, Bahia Palace, and Dar Si Said Palace, which houses a museum of jewellery. You can choose to have lunch in the medina, and afterwards, stroll through the vibrant souks of Marrakech. As the day winds down, relax with a sunset drink on a café terrace overlooking the lively Jamaa El Fna Square, followed by dinner and a night's stay at the hotel.

Take a day off to unwind and explore Marrakech at your own pace, with plenty of additional sights and activities to enjoy, such as a visit to the Hammam, indulging in a massage or spa treatment, and much more. You can also venture out to the suburbs of Marrakech, where you will find numerous exciting places to discover, such as valleys, waterfalls, and breathtaking landscapes.

At the conclusion of the 17 days tour from Casablanca, we will provide transportation to either the Marrakech or Casablanca airport for your convenience. We hope you had an exceptional experience with us and are satisfied with our service.

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FAQs about 17 days tour from Casablanca :

We offer two different tour options to choose from (Private and Shared). And the client can choose from either options.

The tour starts from Casablanca at the airport or at your hotel and ends at Marrakech.

Yes, you can sandboard in Merzouga desert

The camel trek ride lasts for about 1 hour and half.

Wear long pants and long sleeves.

The tents are always private, but the main difference is that in a standard camp you share a bathroom with others, while in a luxury camp, each tent has its own private bathroom.

Yes you can, a 4x4 will take you there instead.

Yes, there is electricity in the camp, since the camp runs on solar panels, and sure there are power sockets in the rooms.

Here is a list of what to pack for this trip:

  • Sunglasses.
  • Long pants ( for the camel ride).
  • Sun screen.
  • Hat or scarf.
  • Shorts
  • Sandals, shoes or flip flops.
  • Charger.
  • Long sleeves.
  • A small carry on bag.

It's cold during winter, but it's warm in the summer.

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