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10 Days tour from Casablanca


10 Days 9 Nights

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

30 people


English, Espanol

The 10-day tour from Casablanca is the best way to start your trip to Morocco. It begins and ends at your hotel or airport. We created this 10-day Morocco tour to discover Morocco. You will be able to go from north to south through Morocco at the same time.

During this 10-day Morocco tour from Casablanca, you will explore the Sahara Desert. You will also visit Rabat, Morocco’s most famous imperial city. Chefchaouen, the Blue Pearl.

You will also see Fes, Meknes, and Marrakech. The High Atlas Mountains, Kasbahs, and the Sahara Desert will appeal to you.

This 10-day tour from Casablanca is unique. It’s special because of the relationship between the imperial cities. The Sahara Desert connects the imperial cities.

This 10 days desert tour from Casablanca includes two nights in the desert. You will stay in a yurt for one night and in a hotel for the other. Furthermore, stunning sunrise and sunset views await you as well. You’ll see them while riding camels across the gorgeous dunes.

Spend a beautiful night among the stars. Travel through two contrasting ecosystems: the High Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert.

We will meet you at the airport. Then we will bring you to the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca. It is Africa’s largest and the world’s seventh-largest. Visit the Hassan Tower by driving through Rabat, Morocco’s capital.

Volubilis, Morocco’s Berber-Roman city, is worth a visit. A native guide will show you around Fes, the imperial city.

In the Azrou cedar grove, you may see and feed the Barbary monkeys. Stop to enjoy the Ziz Valley, Morocco’s second-largest palm-tree river.

This 10 day Morocco itinerary includes a camel ride across the dunes. You can also enjoy a magnificent sunset.

Furthermore, you will spend a magical night under a star-studded sky in the Sahara Desert. Pay a visit to a nomad family to learn about their culture and way of life. Explore the magnificent Todra Gorges, which are great for rock climbers.

The following stop is Ouarzazate, the “Gateway to the Sahara.” Visit the well-known Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou.

Several films have featured this old Kasbah. Before arriving in Marrakech, drive through the High Atlas Mountains. A native guide will show you the top things in Marrakech.

We’ll take you on a 10-day desert tour from Casablanca to the Sahara Desert. You’ll see Morocco’s famous attractions and sites. This is the finest option if you want to explore all of Morocco’s tourist attractions. It is 10 days in Morocco from Casablanca.


  • Visit the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca. It's one of the largest mosques in the world. Admire the stunning oceanside views.
  • Explore Rabat's remarkable walls. These include the Royal Palace, Mohamed V Mausoleum, and Hassan Tower.
  • Witness the impressive Roman ruins at Volubilis, considered some of Morocco's best-preserved monuments.
  • Explore Fes Medina Chouara Tannery. Visit the Karaouine Mosque and Bab Boujloud. Also, visit the Royal Palace of Fes. Go to Moulay Idriss Mausoleum, Seffarine Square, and Cherratine Madrasa.
  • Visit Ifrane, known as the "Switzerland of Africa." Then, continue through Azrou to witness beautiful hilly scenery and excellent city views.
  • Experience the Merzouga Desert for a camel trek at night in a desert camp.
  • Watch the beautiful sunsets and sunrises over the golden dunes
  • Explore the Todra Gorges and valleys before spending the night in Dades Valley.

Bulk discount adult
# Discount group From adult To adult Value
1 Group 5 adult 5 10%
2 Group 10 adult 10 20%
Bulk discount children
# Discount group From children To children Value
1 Group 5 child 5 10%
2 Group 10 child 10 20%

Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca

We will collect you at Casablanca Airport. Transfer to the hotel, and the rest of the day is free to visit the city.

Day 2: Casablanca, Rabat and Chefchaouen

After breakfast and at the agreed-upon time, we will visit the economic city of Morocco, Casablanca. It's a mixture of sites, feelings, and culture. Outside, Medina seems like a European city. Still, when you cross the gateway to the Medina, you feel what Morocco is.

You feel the friendliness of its people. You hear the narrow streets of its souk listening to the call to prayer. You experience a captivating and beautiful city.

We will visit the Hassan II Mosque. It is the second-largest in the world. It's a beautiful building with spectacular views over the sea.

We will continue in the direction of the walled-off city of Rabat. The Medina reflects the spirit of the ancient city. It has splendid carpets and artisans who work with brass. Craftsmen exercise their art under the gaze of passersby.

We will visit the Royal Palace, the Mohamed V Mausoleum, and the Hassan Tower, among others.

In the afternoon, we will travel north through Wazzane. We will go to Chefchaouen, the blue city in the Rif Mountains. This town is well-known for its blue and white architecture and walls. We’ll spend the night in a hotel.

Day 3: Chefchaouen, Vouliblis and Fes

After breakfast, you will have the opportunity to explore Chefchaouen’s charming alleyways. Then we’ll continue our 10-day tour to Volubilis, Morocco’s most famous heritage site. There, we’ll discover the historic Berber-Roman ruins.

You’ll see beautiful mosaics, antique pillars, and archways throughout the area. It has Roman ruins, including the public square and the ancient Roman court. In 1997, UNESCO designated Volubilis as a World Heritage Site.

Next, we'll drive to Meknes, one of the Moroccan imperial city capitals of the Ismaili dynasty. We'll view the old Bab Al-Mansour, a massive gate decorated with mosaics. There will also be visits to the Sahrij Souani basin and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. Then we’ll travel to Fes and spend the night in a riad.

Day 4: Exploring Fes with a Local Guide

Today, you will explore Fes with a local guide. Fes is one of the most medieval cities in the world. It's the imperial city with the oldest university, dating back to the 9th century.

It appears to have stopped in time, halfway between the Middle Ages and the present. Enormous walls encircle the city.

You’ll have a great time meandering through its tight alleys and across its big antique gates. We start the day by going to the Royal Palace gate. blue gate Move to the world’s oldest mosque and university, Quaraouin. After that, you’ll head to the Jewish district, known as Mellah.

After touring the Jewish Quarter, we will visit the Chouara leather tanneries. They are the largest in Fes. Our guide will take you to the most intriguing landmarks in Fes. You will finally spend the night at the same Riad in Fes.

Day 5: Fes, Ifrane, Azrou, Ziz Valley and Merzouga

Today, our 10-day tour from Casablanca will continue in the direction of Merzouga. We will pass through Ifrane, located in the mountains of the middle Atlas Mountains. It is an oasis of freshness and vegetation.

It has lakes, fountains, wide avenues, and green spaces. The European-style houses with sloping roofs bear a strange resemblance to Switzerland.

This is why known by the Switzerland of Morocco. Here, you will discover an unknown face of North Africa.

Lakes abound in this region. Massive cedar forests encompass the region at its heart. The most famous inhabitant is the great Gouraud Cedar. a few meters away, we find hundreds of Barbary monkeys that the people love to feed.

Our next stop will be Azrou (Rock). It is a hilly area and a great place to walk. You can enjoy the fantastic views of the city and its surroundings.

The city’s primary interest is its craft cooperative. Women weave carpets there. Others carve cedar wood.

We will continue to Midelt along the Tizi n’Talghemt, or neck of the camel, pass. The city is at an elevation of 1907 meters. Impressive, completely bare mountains characterize the area.

We pass by ziz gorges and the massif of Tafilalet, with stunning views of the palm grove. We continue until we reach Erfoud, “the door of the desert.” From there, we will take a track to Merzouga against the backdrop of the endless dunes of Erg Chebbi. We will have dinner and lodging.

Day 6: Merzouga, Camel trek, and night in Chebbi Erg dunes

After breakfast, we explore the area, visiting Khamlia village. These people here are descendants of Sudanese people who traveled here and settled. Their music is spiritual Gnawa music. Through it, they tell stories of times past.

Here, we experience their music and lifestyle. nearby, there is a seasonal lake. Migratory birds visit, with flamingos being the most colorful. Then we drive to Rissani; the Alaouite dynasty founded this city and is Morocco’s ruling royal family.

This is Sijilmassa and it was the meeting place for the salt caravans that were coming from Timbuktu in Mali.

Three hundred sixty ksars—a fortified village with many towers—encircle Rissani. It has a big souk and an open-air market three times a week. We'll walk through the souk. It is easy to see a collection of aromatic spices, colorful vegetables, and clothes.

After a tasty pizza lunch in Rissani, where Madfouna is a local specialty, we’ll return to our hotel. Our camels await us there. After a cup of mint tea, you will set out on your camel safari. An expert camel guide will lead you as you explore the Erg-Chebbi sand dunes.

In a traditional Berber nomad tent here, you will spend the night under the stars. The tent will serve dinner while Berber music plays.

Day 7: Merzouga, Todra Gorges and Dades Valley

Your guide will wake you up early in the morning. You'll experience the beauty of a desert sunrise. After breakfast at the camp, we will ride the camel back to your hotel. The driver awaits you there for the day´s adventure.

We will leave Merzouga desert as we drive to Tinghir and the impressive gorges. Todgha Gorge is 300 meters of vertical rock, one of the narrowest in all of Morocco. It is a favorite spot for hikers and climbers worldwide. We will have our lunch break here so you have time to enjoy it.

We’ll continue along the Dades Valley after lunch. From there, we’ll drive up into the Dades Gorge. It's a remarkable site where rock formations resemble chubby monkey fingers. Rose-colored historic kasbahs are there, like towering sand castles.

We’ll spend the night in a hotel in the heart of this amazing location.

Day 8: Dades Valley, Skoura, Ait Ben Haddou, and Marrakech

After breakfast, we will leave the Dades Valley and drive through the roads of the Thousand Kasbahs to the Roses Valley in Kalaat Magouna. where we will stop to see the rose products, including soap, water, and cream, then stop in Warzazate to visit the Atlas Film Studios.

Afterthat, we will go to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah unesco world heritage site Traditional houses surround the Kasbah. Houses inside them. The Kasbah has a defensive wall around it. It’s also one of the few ancient examples in southern Morocco.

Besides, it is a filming location for many movies. such as Gladiator and Kingdom of Heaven, filmed there.

Afterward, you will drive through the Tizi N’Tichka Pass and the Atlas Mountains. You’ll enjoy beautiful views as we head toward Marrakech. When we arrive in Marrakech, we will take you to the riad, where you will spend the night.

Day 9: Visit of Marrakech

The 10-day tour from Casablanca includes a guided tour of Marrakech. Marrakech earns the nickname "Red City" due to the color of its structures. As a result, it provides many historical monuments.

Our guide will take you to the various tourist attractions in Marrakech. You will visit Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, the Saadian tombs and Majorelle Garden, which houses unique plants and flowers.

This 10-day Morocco tour will take you to the Menara Garden. This latter has a big tank in the center. We’ll visit the Koutoubia, Ben Youssef School, and Jemaa el Fna Square. At last, you will sleep in the same riad.

Day 10: Transfer to the airport

Today, at the agreed time, we will leave for Casablanca airport for your return flights.

  • Pickup and drop-off from Casablanca.
  • Private 4x4 car or minibus with A/C fuel.
  • English- or Spanish-speaking driver or guide during the tour.
  • Camel rides in the Sahara Desert.
  • Sightseeing tour with a local guide.
  • Night in the desert camp.
  • Additional Services
  • Insurance
  • Drink
  • Tickets

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10 days tour from Casablanca
Jessica Craft

10 Day Morocco Adventure with Ibrahim

We did a 10 day custom tour from Casablanca to Chefchauen, Fes, Merzouga / Berber Camp, Dades Gorge, and Marrakech with my parents. It was one of the top experiences of my life. Our guide Aziz was incredible -- responsible, friendly, informative, funny, and took great care of our family. He listened to what we were interested in and made recommendations during the trip for things we might enjoy. He shared information about the Moroccan culture, religion, and history, as well as his own experiences as a Berber and living in Morocco. In all of my travels, Aziz is the best guide that I've ever had. The riads are beautiful and are in ideal locations. But you likely won't receive your exact accommodations until 5 - 7 days before you go. Our guides -- Rashid in Fes and Mustapha in Marrakech -- were excellent. Trust Ibrahim -- he know's what he is doing and wants to make sure you have an excellent trip. Ask if there is anything specific you'd like to do and Aziz and Ibrahim will make it happen. If something is going wrong, say something and they will make it right. I would go back in a heartbeat and would definitely use this company again. If you plan to get a carpet, wait until you get to the women's cooperative near Tingher. Try the cactus fruit. Drink all off of the orange juice you can. Do a hammam. Ask for cumin at the touristy restaurants for more flavor. If you want wine or other alcohol, pick it up in a major city at the store.Try to carry coins around -- you'll need them for tips. And carry candy or coins for the children on the street. If you have time, visit Kasbah Amridil.
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