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Casablanca to Chefchaouen – 5 Days Tour


5 days 4 nights

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Specific Tour

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English, Espanol, Francais

Explore Morocco’s Sahara Desert and its charms on this Casablanca to Chefchaouen 5-day tour The trip includes an overnight stay in a luxury desert camp. The tour features a camel ride and transportation from your Casablanca location. You’ll also see the Blue Pearl Chefchaouen, the historic city of Fes, and the vast Sahara Desert.

The tour lasts 5 days. It extends from Casablanca into the Rif Mountains and the Middle Atlas Mountains. The forest is home to barbary monkeys. You’ll see a Berber village on the way. We will stop at Ziz Valley. It is one of Morocco’s longest valleys. Then we will reach the Merzouga Desert.

Ride a camel across the beautiful dunes and enjoy the sunset. You’ll also eat great local food. You’ll listen to thrilling music around the campfire. And you’ll spend nights in a cozy, luxury desert camp under the starry sky. Our Morocco tour goes from Casablanca to Marrakech via Chefchaouen, Fes, and Merzouga. It is designed to provide an unforgettable experience. It will leave you with lasting memories


  • See the beauty of the Sahara desert. Ride a camel at sunset. Then, sleep under the stars at a desert camp.
  • Walk under the canyons and enjoy the stunning landscape at the famous Todra Gorges.
  • Visit the largest Kasbah in Morocco, a UNESCO heritage site with great architecture and stunning views.
  • Discover the lively city of Fes with a knowledgeable guide. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Royal Palace and the Blue Gate. Then, wander through the bustling souks of Medina
  • Visit Morocco’s blue jewel, with its exciting history and stunning blue walls

Day 1: Casablanca to Chefchaouen

departure time On the first day of your Casablanca to Chefchaouen - 5 days tour), we will take a scenic drive to Rabat, Morocco's capital, and then to Chefchaouen. It’s known as Morocco’s Blue Pearl.

This charming village is in the Rif Mountains. It’s known for its blue-washed buildings and small lanes. The bright colors will dazzle you. They are a unique blend of Moroccan and Andalusian architecture. You will see them as you travel through the maze-like medina.

Enjoy exploring the lively souks. Also, indulge in tasty local food and relax in the laid-back ambiance.

After a day of exploring, you’ll go to your comfy lodging for the night. Then, you’ll resume your thrilling tour.

Day 2: Chefchaouen Discover the historical sites of Fes

On the second day of this, 5 days from Casablanca take you from Chefchaouen to Fes. Fes is the oldest imperial city in Morocco. Upon arrival in Fes, you will be captivated by this ancient city’s enchanting sights and sounds.

Fes has a well-preserved old town. It is famous as a UNESCO World Heritage site and for its culture. You will navigate Medina’s winding streets on a half-day guided tour. You will explore busy souks and see historical landmarks. These include the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque, the Bou Inania Madrasa, and Chouara Tannery After that, we will check into your accommodations.

Day 3: Fes - Merzouga Camel Ride and Night in the Desert

We head towards Merzouga after breakfast on day 3 of the 5-day Morocco itinerary. The journey south takes us through great landscapes. We pass the alpine towns of Ifrane and Azrou. Then we go through the cedar forests where the Barbary monkeys live. We also pass through mountain passes, oases, gorges, and plateaus.

We will drive down to Midelt, where we will stop for lunch. Continuing south through the access of Tizi n’Talghemt, we will see the mighty Ziz Valley on our right. It leads to the desert and has thousands of palm trees, adobe kasbahs, and villages. As we reach Errachidia, you will see the changes that reveal the approaching desert. We will pass through Erfoud and Rissani and finally go to Merzouga with the golden dunes of Erg Chebbi. A welcome glass of mint tea will await you as the camels prepare to take you off to the golden dunes and your desert camp. You will spend the night under a blanket of stars. It will be a Berber evening with home-cooked food and local music.

Day 4: Sahara Desert, Todra Gorges, and Dades Valley

After breakfast at the camp, we will return by camel to Merzouga or with 4WD options. We will meet our driver after an early wake-up to see the dawn and eat at the camp. Our desert tour will continue to Erfoud. There, we will see the marble and fossil workshops.

We go to Tinghir, where we will have lunch and tour the Todra Gorges. They have 300-meter-high vertical walls and pure water as you walk along the river. After lunch, we will go to Dades Valley and the Dades Gorge to see the remarkable rock formations. It’s known as “the monkey fingers” due to its shapes in the degraded environment. We will spend the night in a nearby hotel.

Day 5: Departure Dades Valley, Ouarzazate, Ait Ben Haddou and Marrakech

On the last day of your 5-day Casablanca desert tour, we will leave Dades Valley for Marrakech. We will go to Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This old, fortified city is a unique wonder. It is known for its well-preserved kasbahs and breathtaking views. We will have time to explore the tiny passageways and ascend to the pinnacle of the Kasbah.

After your visit, we will continue our adventures over the spectacular High Atlas mountains. You will arrive in Marrakech, where the private route ends.

  • Pick up from your Casablanca hotel.
  • private tour in an air-conditioned Car
  • local English-speaking driver
  • Hotel / Riad accommodation, including breakfast
  • Camel Trip in the Desert
  • 1 night Desert Camp
  • A Local tour guide in Fes
  • Entrance Fee to monuments
  • Lunches
  • Drinks

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5 Days Tour from Casablanca to Chefchaouen
Cristian G

Highly recommend 5 days desert tour

We had a great Casablanca to Chefchaouen - a 5-day trip (for a night in Merzouga desert) ending up in Marrakech. Making arrangements with Ibrahim — from initial email inquiry to booking — was a breeze, and he answered all our naive questions as first-time travelers to Morocco. Our guide Youssef was friendly, and charming, and took care of our every need while sharing his firsthand experiences as the child of Berber nomads. The accommodations and meals along the way were all pleasant surprises. Highly recommended
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