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7 Days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech


7 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size



English, Espanol, Francais

On the first day of our 7 days tour from Casablanca, we will meet you at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport or your hotel. From here, we will take you to the Hassan II mosque, the biggest mosque in the country.

Then, we will head north to Chefchaouen, the blue pearl of Morocco. In addition, we will see amazing historical landmarks. They include the Roman ruins of Volubilis and Meknes. We will spend the night in Fes.

The next day, our great tour led us to the desert after visiting the Middle Atlas Region and the cedar forests of Azr​ou and Ifrane. Morocco calls Ifrane “Little Switzerland” as it lies high in the Atlas Mountains and snows in winter. But the best time has not yet come. Finally, we arrive at the desert, where we will spend a magical night under the stars in a desert camp.

We continue our drive to Marrakech after visiting the famous filming spots in Ouarzazate. We also explored the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a world heritage site.

Here we finish our 7-day Morocco itinerary from Casablanca to the desert. The Morocco Camel Trekking Team thanks you for joining our 7-days tour from Casablanca of desert adventure. We hope you enjoyed Morocco’s treasure.


  • Explore the enchanting Blue City, its winding streets, rich history, and hidden treasures.
  • Take a peek into the Romans' life and history in Morocco by visiting Volubilis.
  • To make your Morocco tour worth visiting, you should visit Fes. Fes is a renowned cultural center and the second-largest city in Morocco.
  • Ride a camel across the golden dunes of Merzouga. See the breathtaking beauty of the Sahara Desert.
  • Experience the local culture firsthand. Meet Berber nomads and learn about their way of life and customs. Also, enjoy traditional music and dance.
  • Marrakech is famous for wood exhibitions, gardens, the medina, and shopping markets.

Day 1: Casablanca, Rabat and Chefchaouen

we will meet you in your hotel in Casablanca or at the airport and drive you to the famous Blue City of Chefchaouen. We will make a few short stops in Rabat capital of morocco to visit places of interest. After lunch, we will continue our tour to the magical blue medina of Chefchaouen. Overnight in a riad in the heart of Medina includes breakfast.

Day 2: Discovering the Blue City, Chefchaouen

Today, you will have the free time to wander and explore the fantastic medina, its history, and hidden treasures. Also, fabulous shopping. Many artists and artisans make work only for this town.

Enjoy the nighttime atmosphere in the square, where many places offer great food. Overnight at the same riad with bed and breakfast.

Day 3: Depart from Chefchaouen to the cultural capital - Fes with a stop at Volubilis

After breakfast, we leave the blue city and travel across the beautiful region. We see fields of wheat, wildflowers, typical metal-roofed houses, and winding rivers. Our destination is Ouazzane; it is home to some of the best honey and figs.

Our next stop is the Roman Ruins of Volubilis. They are from the 3rd century and are a UNESCO site with many excavations. These include columns, mosaics, a huge gateway, and many streets and houses. This was a significant city dating back to 225 BC.

Your guide will give you an exciting insight into life back then and the history of the Romans in this region.

After that, we travel to the imperial city of Meknes. The Almoravid dynasty established it in the 11th century as a military outpost. Meknes became a capital under Sultan Moulay Ismail in the 17th century.

He introduced a Hispano-Moorish style in the architecture. The style is in the great Bab Mansour, a gate of intricate mosaic. It's also in the ramparts, the granary, and the Sahrij Swani Basin. The basin used for irrigation and plantation.

From Meknes, we continue our 7-day tour from Casablanca to the spiritual capital of Fes. Overnight, it will be in a typical ornate riad in the medina.

Day 4: Explore the cultural capital Fes

After breakfast in your Riad, your guide will come to meet you and start your guided tour of Fes. The time comprises a walking and a driving part, allowing you to see and discover the most out of the day.

You will see the seven vast gates of the Royal Palace. Then, the Mellah or Jewish quarter. It was an important commercial area.

After that, a pottery cooperative. There you will see the intricate and fascinating work. It is involved in producing some of Morocco’s finest work. Also, an incredible panoramic viewpoint of the whole medina.

Finally, you will go into the medina for a delicious Fes-style lunch.

In the afternoon, you can visit Medina’s cultural and spiritual sites and monuments. You can also see its narrow souks full of foods and crafts, artisans, and famous tanneries. Fes has 9000 streets in a car-free zone. It is best explored with a knowledgeable local guide.

Its ancient history includes hosting the world’s oldest still-operating university. It has a library and mosque founded in 859 by a woman named Fatima, called the Quaraouiyine. Overnight in the same riad.

Day 5: Fes,Ifrane , Merzouga Camel ride and camping experience

We leave Fes after breakfast and take the road south for the Sahara. Our first stop will be at Ifrane. Locals call it “the little Switzerland of Morocco” because of its alpine architecture.

We will enter the great cedar forest in the Middle Atlas Mountains. You will most likely see the indigenous Barbary monkeys swinging in the trees.

We stop in Midelt for lunch and follow the Ziz Valley, which has fantastic panoramic places to stop and view. The landscape changes as the journey continues south.

We see mountains, canyons, rivers, and plateaus. We see nomads with their simple homes and flocks of animals. As we near the towns of Errachidia and Erfoud, we see hints of the Sahara.

We drive through Berber villages from Erfoud to Rissani. Rissani was once the capital of Sijilmassa. It was the foundation of the Alaouite dynasty, Morocco’s current ruling royal family. The open, vast desert is suddenly in front of us, and Merzouga awaits us with a welcoming glass of mint tea.

Our camels will also be waiting to take you across the golden dunes to your desert camp for a night under the stars. A traditional dinner and Berber music will be served around the campfire.

Day 6: Leave from Merzouga to Dades Gorges and stop at Todra Gorges

One of the best times of the day is before the sunrises. The silence is unique. The way the light changes as the sun moves across the dunes is amazing.

You will be woken in time to enjoy this. Then, you will ride the camels back in silence to fully appreciate the desert and the Erg Chebbi Dunes. You can have breakfast and a refreshing shower before we take the road for our day’s adventure.

We travel from Merzouga to Rissani. We pass through Adobe Kasbah towns and villages, and past vast palm groves. Then, we go to Tinghir and up into the Todra Gorge.

It is 300 meters high and just 10 meters wide at its narrowest point. The canyon has vertical walls and is a magnet for international rock climbers. You can wander along the crystal-clear glacial waters of the river.

We continue our 7-day desert tour to the next wonder, Dades Gorge. Erosion formed some crazy rocks there. They are called “Monkey Fingers,” as they look like fat fingers.

You will spend the night in a typical hotel in the gorges of Dades. You will enjoy local hospitality with dinner and breakfast.

Day 7: Leave Dades gorges to Marrakech stop at Ait Ben Haddou

After breakfast, we start our Morocco tour with many beautiful sights. The Dades Valley and the Valley of the Roses are also called the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs. You will see many rose-colored adobe kasbahs.

You will also see fields of crops with hedges of Damascus roses there. People grow Damascus roses there for their prized fragrant oil. In Kelaat M’gouna, we will stop at a rose cooperative. There, you can buy some rose water gifts and see how the roses are processed.

We continue our 7-day tour from Casablanca along this road to the palm grove of Skoura. Then we go to Ouarzazate, the Hollywood of Africa, and to the famous Ait Benhaddou Kasbah. It is a UNESCO heritage site and fortress.

We will have lunch in the village and visit the ksar. They made the movies The Gladiator, The Kingdom of Heaven, and The Prince of Persia here. They made many other movies here too.

Back on the road, we cross the high Atlas mountains. Their roads wind over the high pass of Tizi n’Tichka at 2260 meters. Here, we can stop to see how they make argan oil at a women’s cooperative.

Then, we'll drive down to Marrakech’s plains and Medina. This is where this 7-day imperial cities tour from Casablanca ends.

  • A Private and air-conditioned vehicle
  • Multilingual driver/guide
  • Hotel accommodation, including breakfast
  • Camel Trekking in Erg Chebbi
  • 1 Overnight Desert Camp
  • A Local tour guide in Fes
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Entrance fees to monuments

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7 Days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
Greg P

The Perfect Honeymoon

My wife and I traveled with Ibrahim, Idir and the whole team for our honeymoon and had an incredible time! Everything went so smoothly - Idir was so flexible and drove us wherever we wanted to go, but also had many amazing recommendations for stops that we never would have found ourselves. The tour guides we had - Mustapha, Youssef and Hassan - were also perfect; knowledgeable, entertaining and accommodating. Morocco Camel Trekking is tremendous value for the price and all of the hotels/riads we stayed in were beautiful.
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7 Days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
Jessica L

Amazing Morocco tour !!

Our 7-day tour from Casablanca to Marrakech via Chefchaouen -Fes- Sahara Desert of Merzouga was an unforgettable experience. The trip was very well organized from first to last and everything ran very smoothly. The car was extremely comfortable and spotless. We appreciated the air con and the small bottle of cold water that was waiting for us every single morning. Our driver was Idir, a super friendly, kind, and helpful chap. He knew the best photo spots and took us to the best places with high-quality products. Best driver ever!! Very professional, we felt safe all the time. The riads that we stayed in were stunning and clean with amiable staff. The restaurants where we stopped for our lunches had delicious food. The sunset camel ride and the night spent in the desert were the top attractions, breathtaking and unmissable. After a traditional dinner at the desert camp, Ibrahim surprised us with a delicious cake and a bottle of Moroccan wine (this trip was our delayed honeymoon so that was very sweet of him). Sitting around the campfire in great company while Ibrahim, Idir, and other guys were playing Berber music on the drums under a sky full of stars was something magical. On this trip, we discovered so many amazing places, beautiful people, and great food and I fell in love with Morocco. We will return and contact Morocco Camel Trekking again for another unforgettable tour. Thank you!!
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