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Grand Tour Morocco – 19 days


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English, Espanol, Francais

The Morocco Grand Tour lasts 19 days. It covers many places and experiences across the country. It starts and ends in Casablanca.

Start your 19-day Moroccan journey in busy Casablanca. takes you to Rabat and the fortified town of Asilah. Go on an adventure to the seaside resorts of Tangier. There, Africa meets Europe, and the Mediterranean meets the Atlantic Ocean. Next, explore the blue-washed buildings of Chefchaouen. Visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis and the stunning imperial city of Meknes.

Then, cross the Middle Atlas Mountains and head to Midelt. Go on a two-day trip to the Sahara Desert. You’ll ride camels, spend the night in a luxury desert camp in the ​Erg Chebbi dunes visit a nomadic family, and explore the dunes by 4WD. Go to the movie capital, Ouarzazate. Visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. Explore Taroudant and Souss Massa National Park. Stroll through Agadir and on the beach in Essaouira. End your tour in Marrakech. Bask in its unique atmosphere and explore the vibrant medina. You’ll finish with a transfer back to Casablanca Airport.

This Morocco Grand Tour is a complete way to see the country’s rich culture and stunning nature. It also covers its unique mix of African, Arab, Berber, and European influences.


  • See Hassan II, the largest mosque.
  • Explore the pearl of the north, the blue city of Chefchaouen
  • Discover Moroccan architecture in the ancient ruins of the Roman empire of Volubilis.
  • Explore Fes and Marrakech with their rich historic sites and architecture.
  • See Barbary monkeys in Azrou Cedar Forest.
  • Panoramic aspects of Erg Chebbi dunes.
  • Experience a Camel ride in Merzouga Sahara.
  • Watch the sunset and sunrise over the dunes.
  • Try the Sandboarding on the Dunes.Enjoy the stunning views of Ziz valleys & palm groves
  • Hearty dinner and party around the campfire (Berber Drums).
  • Sleep and enjoy an exceptional overnight in the desert Berber camp.
  • Visit Atlas Studio & the Moroccan history of Taourirt Kasbah.
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.
  • Spectacular views of the Atlas Mountains landscapes.
  • Discover Moroccan culture and Moroccan hospitality, and meet local Berbers.
  • Explore Dades Valley and Todra Gorges and cross the high Atlas Mountains Peddle around and meet locals of the blue city of Chefchaouen.
  • Visit the coastal city of Mogador-Essaouira.

DAY 1: Arrive in Casablanca

This is a great start to a Morocco trip. You can visit one of the most impressive sights in Casablanca, the Hassan 2 Mosque. It was built in 1993. It is a modern masterpiece of Moroccan architecture. It is one of the main religious and cultural landmarks in Morocco. If your flight arrives in the morning, you can visit the mosque on the same day after checking in at the hotel. Otherwise, if your flight arrives later in the day, we can schedule the Casablanca city tour for the next morning.

It's worth noting that the Mosque of Hassan II is the only mosque in the country that allows non-Muslims to enter. This is a rare chance to explore the building's detailed and stunning architecture. After the visit, you can return to your hotel. You can relax and get ready for the rest of your Morocco trip. This is a great start to a fascinating and immersive journey through Morocco.


You'll begin your adventure in the bustling city of Rabat. Immerse yourself in the history of the Mausoleum Mohammed V and the Hassan Tower. They are both majestic reminders of the late King Mohammed V and his sons. Then, explore the Oudaya Kasbah, a 12th-century fortress that overlooks the city and Chellah. It's a Roman and medieval site that's still full of secrets.

Afterward, you're off to Asilah, a quaint coastal city that's brimming with culture. Marvel at the city walls. They are a tapestry of carefully painted murals. Take in the view from the Skalla fortress. From here, you can admire the beauty of the Medina and the Atlantic Ocean.


After a good breakfast, you will travel from Rabat to Chefchaouen. You will have a brief stop in Tangier. On your route, you will see the Cape Spartel lighthouse. You will also get a tour of the Caves of Hercules. Lunch will be taken at a restaurant in Tangier and the journey will resume to Chefchaouen.

Upon arrival, you will check into a comfy room. Then, you will have free time to explore the city. The medina of Chefchaouen is of particular interest. Its winding streets and blue-painted buildings will captivate you. You can wander around and take in the culture and vibrancy of the city, or opt to have dinner at a restaurant.


After an early breakfast, take time to explore Chefchaouen. The city is blue-tinted. Get lost in the cobbled streets of Medina. There, you can find crafted items like textiles and hand embroidery. You can spend the afternoon relaxing in the main square. Or, you can discover the culture. Or, you can explore one of the many nearby nature reserves. No matter what you enjoy most, Chefchaouen promises its guests a day of unforgettable beauty and culture. Overnight in a hotel or riad.


Today, you will have a great chance to explore two amazing cities in Morocco. Volubilis is known for its ancient Roman ruins. Fez is the oldest complete medieval city in the world. Your first stop is the town of Volubilis. It is home to many impressive, well-preserved archaeological wonders.

Afterward, you will go to Meknes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There, you will see its famous Bab Mansour Gate. You will also see Moulay Ismail Palace and the beautiful Medersa Bou Inania. At last, you will reach Fez. There, you will have the chance to wander through its lively medina. It has winding alleys, markets, and awe-inspiring architecture. Check in to your traditional riad. Then, take in the sights and sounds of this vibrant and ancient city in the evening.


Start your day off right. Explore the centuries-long history of the Fez Medina with a knowledgeable tour guide. Wind through the busy markets and alleys. See craftspeople at work and animals carrying cargo. Admire the grandeur of the city's sites. They include the Karaouine Mosque. Also, the Attarine and Bou Anania Medersas. And the Moulay Idriss Mausoleum, the Nejjarine fountain, and the old tannery. End the tour at the Merenid Tombs in New Fes. Take in the great views of Medina, a living symbol of its unique history.


From its famed landmarks to the relaxing atmosphere, Fez has something for everyone. Why not start with a visit to the Blue Gate, a magnificent entrance to the medina? After that, relax. Indulge in a hammam, a traditional Moroccan spa with treatments and massages. Once you have worked up an appetite, you can take a cooking class to learn some local cooking techniques. You can also try making traditional dishes like tagine and couscous.

After all that, take a break at a café. Sip some mint tea there and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this charming city.

DAY 8 FES, Atlas mountains MIDELT-MERZOUGA desert adventure

Start your journey south by visiting Ifrane. It's Morocco’s “Switzerland.” The town is famous for its pretty architecture and stunning natural beauty. Take great photos and explore the city. Then, journey on to Azrou. In its forests, you'll glimpse playful Barbary macaques, native to the region. Stop in Midelt for lunch to sample the local food. Then, continue your adventure, taking in the magnificent view of the Ziz gorges. They are some of the most breathtaking sights in Morocco.


Upon waking up, you can take a 4x4 journey across the expansive Saharan dunes. The black volcanic rock desert has many fossils and amazing formations. Afterward, you'll learn about a nomad family's customs and way of life. You'll also experience the unique Gnawa music in the nearby Khamlia village. Lastly, the beauty of Lake Dayate Sarji and its wildlife can captivate you. The desert wildlife includes pink flamingos. There, you can take in the grandeur of nature. After lunch in Khamlia (Berber Pizza Morocco specialist), we will drive back to Merzouga, where you will ride the camels across the dunes to spend the night in a desert camp


One of the highlights of the tour is watching the stunning sunrise from atop the dunes. Then, you'll hop back on your camel or by car options Then, you'll head toward Merzouga. During the journey, you'll pass through Erfoud and Tinejdad, enjoying a local lunch. In the afternoon, you'll reach Tinghir.

There, you'll start your journey to Todra Gorges. Along the route, you'll get to take some great photos. Then, you'll arrive at the spellbinding Gorges. Walking under the neighboring rock walls will give you a scenic view. It will be another breath-taking sight.

After a Moroccan lunch, you'll drive to Boumalne Dades. There, you'll see the Dades Valley. It has natural beauty and captivating rock formations. Upon arrival at your hotel, you'll have completed your day and can comfortably spend the night in a hotel or riad.


Continue your travels today by taking a trip to the famous Rose Valley. As you make your way there, take a moment to appreciate the beauty of the Skoura palm grove. This special area is home to more than a million palms and many kasbahs, creating a breathtaking view.

Your next stop is Ouarzazate, nicknamed the door to the desert. The name originates from the Berber language and stands for “without noise.” While there, you should visit the Taourirt Kasbah. It shows the special design and architecture of Morocco. Overnight in a hotel.


​This morning you'll embark on an amazing journey across the lower edge of the high Atlas Mountains. You'll be mesmerized by all there is to discover. You'll see breathtaking views of the majestic landscape and quaint Berber villages.

After an unforgettable journey, you'll arrive in Taroudant known as little Marrakesh It's in the center of a lush valley near the high Atlas Mountains. Wander through the enchanting streets and sample the unique culture. While there, also pick up some of the local saffron. It's famous for its delicious, unique flavor.


Today, you're embarking on your Grand Morocco Tour! You'll be taken along the most breathtaking coastal road in the country. It passes through lush banana and citrus plantations. They fill the air with the sweet smell of local fruits.

Once you've reached Souss-Massa National Park, you'll be amazed by the stunning views. Many species of wildlife roam the area. Moving on to Agadir, you can see the sights of the beautiful resort town. It is dotted with restaurants and hotels. With plenty of time to explore, you can explore any of the many attractions that the city has to offer.


When you arrive on your 17-day Morocco journey, you'll be taken on a pretty coastal ride to the old town of Essaouira. Once you arrive, you'll check into your riad or hotel. You'll then have the rest of the day to explore this grand city. It is a late-18th-century fortress. This port city was a favorite of Bob Marley.

Here, you'll have the chance to enjoy its ancient medina. You can stroll its expansive white-sand beach and absorb the calm atmosphere of its souks. Don't forget to try some of the region's freshest seafood. You can do this at a local restaurant in the evening. This will give you the ultimate experience. Accommodation in a hotel or riad in the Medina.

Day ​1​5 Free day in Essaouira

Today is a free day to enjoy, go to the beach, windsurf, go horse-riding or camel-riding along the sand, relax and soak up the atmosphere, and discover the unique crafts and galleries in the narrow streets.


On this leg of your Morocco grand tour, you'll start the day with breakfast and then leave for Marrakech. Along the way, you'll enjoy a relaxing drive lined with Argan oil cooperatives. You'll have the chance to visit one and see the famous tree-climbing goats.

After a 3-hour journey, you'll arrive in Marrakech and check into your riad/Hotel. From there, you'll have the rest of the day to explore the vibrant and colorful medina and souks of Marrakech. The markets bustle with activity. Merchants sell textiles, pottery, spices, and jewelry.

You'll have lots of time to shop, people-watch, and soak up the atmosphere of this thrilling city. It's known for its lively street performers, tasty food stalls, and intricate architecture. Don't miss iconic sites like the Koutoubia Mosque, the Bahia Palace, and the Saadian Tombs. Then check into your Marrakech hotel or riad.


After breakfast, We will explore the stunning city tour of Marrakech. An official guide will take you to some of the city's most famous places. These include the Koutoubia Mosque and the Medina with its markets. You'll also get to discover some mysterious secret treasures. These include the Majorelle Gardens and the Saadian tombs. Also, the Ali Ben Youssef Coranic school and the Bahia Palace.

Afterward, you will have free time to discover the old city independently. At the city's core is Djemaa el Fna, the main square and a bustling gathering of locals and tourists alike. Here, you can marvel at street performances. You can also sample tasty treats from street vendors, among others.

Afterward, you can also relax at a nearby spa. Or, you can visit the Museum of Marrakech or the Dar Si Said Museum of Moroccan Arts and Crafts. You will have an unforgettable experience in this great city. There are many exciting things to do. accommodation in a hotel or riad.

Day 18 Marrakech

Today is a free day; you can take a cooking class on Moroccan cuisine, or perhaps you would like to go quad biking, or take a day trip to the mountains for lunch in a typical gite and a short hike, or perhaps just relax. ?

DAY 1​9 DEPART MOROCCO from Marrakech or Casablanca

Breakfast and transfer to Casablanca airport or Marrakech airport.

  • Pick up and drop off from Casablanca A Private and air-conditioned vehicle
  • Multilingual driver/guide
  • Hotel accommodation, including daily breakfastCamel
  • Excursion in Erg Chebbi 1 Overnight Desert Berber Camp
  • A Local tour guide in Fes and Marrakesh
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Entrance fees to monuments

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Dave P

Incredible 19-day tour Around Morocco!

My wife and I just finished a customized version of one of these tours from Casablanca, ending up in Marrakesh. We asked Ibrahim to help put together a whirlwind week with some time in Marrakech and Essaouira, coupled with a few days in high Atlas mountain villages and Sahara desert camps He has an excellent program going here, with relationships to community resources like local city guides and hoteliers that enable him to quickly assemble a plan and make all necessary accommodations. However, it's his talent for getting world-class guides for the whole experience that makes the whole thing gel. Our tour guide and driver, Idir, was just one example of these. A cosmopolitan Berber from the area, he was equally comfortable in the larger cities as he was in mountain Berber villages and among the desert nomads and Gnawa of the frontier regions. ​This was the value of doing a tour like this: having a guide who puts you at ease, has a wealth of knowledge of the communities and their history, and knows the secret spots (like where to get the best fresh camel milk, which ancient Kasbahs to tour, and where to get fresh dates right from the trees). I can't recommend this tour enough, especially to people who need a fantastic introduction to Morocco and want to see a lot in a limited timeframe. Enjoy culture, history, adventure, and relaxation on this 2-week Morocco grand tour. Explore the imperial cities of Rabat, Meknes, Fes, and Casablanca.
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Amazing two weeks Morocco grand tour

19 days of touring Morocco made easy by great communication and flexibility with the tour company and an awesome tour/guide Aziz I've been an independent traveler for more than 18 years and this is the first tour I've ever undertaken. Still, due to time constraints and distance to cover, it was our best option. Morocco Camel Trekking was recommended by friends who toured with them in late 2021, and it did not disappoint; in fact, it far exceeded our expectations. Communication with Ibrahim Ouhaga was easy, professional, and prompt, but it was our guide who made the trip AMAZING. With his enthusiasm for teaching people about his country and learning from others about theirs, it was an easygoing relationship from the beginning which improved as time went on. He had no idea of the breadth of the country and its ever-changing climates and landscapes. What an absolute pleasure. I have not felt that excited about traveling to a country in a long time, and I've traveled to a lot of countries over the years everything was so well planned, and the local guides in Fes and Marrakesh were knowledgeable, fun, and ever-patient with us 4 travelers. Accommodation was amazing and personalized, which suggests the network Morocco Camel Trekking company has set up is strong and friendly. Small details itineraries like surprise birthday cakes for my best friend and me for our birthdays and a visit to meet Ibrahim's family personalized the trip and sealed great relationships and mutual respect. I would highly recommend Morocco Camel Trekking as a tour group and Aziz, our most AWESOME driver/guide
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Alice M

EXCEPTIONAL 19-DAY Morocco tour

We have recently returned from our 19 Grand tour of Morocco with Morocco Camel Trekking. My wife and I had previously used this company, and they did not disappoint. Ibrahim was a very good communicator and developing an itinerary and arranging payments all went very smoothly. Idir our driver/guide was excellent we became very good friends over the two weeks and appreciated him introducing us to his family and friends. He was a very good driver, an educated and experienced guide, and a part-time philosopher, I highly recommend him. Our vehicle was a very comfortable Toyota 4WD which Idir cleaned every morning. Our accommodation was in some places exceptionally good and generally of a very good standard. I would agree that tipping local guides is important, and we simply took advice from Idir. Moroccan time and Moroccan roads are different so be prepared for trips to take a bit longer than expected. For the longer journeys, I would advise stopovers halfway. Morocco is a fantastic destination and Morocco Camel Trekking is an excellent way to do it.
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