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10-Day Heritage And Cultural Tour To Morocco From Casablanca
  • Tour Category

    Group Tour

  • Tour Types

    Culture, History, Camping

  • Duration

    10 Days

  • Activity Level


  • Language



Sign up for the heritage and cultural tour of Morocco, and explore the highlights of Fez, Marrakech, Meknes, Ifran, and Rabat. Admire the uniquely beautiful city of Chefchaouen, also known as the blue city, and visit the Kasbah at Ait Benhaddou, which is a famous spot among filmmakers. Enjoy exploring the desert of Merzouga on a camel, and stroll through the colourful and attractive traditional markets called souks. 

  • Visit the Monument of Mosque Hassan II, the 7th largest in the world
  • Admire the blue buildings of Chefchaouen
  • Meet and interact with the local people at village Volubilis
  • Go to Ifran, called the Switzerland of Morocco
  • Enjoy riding th camels in the Merzouga desert
  • See the grand Toudgha Valley and Dades gorges
  • Day 1- Arrive in Casablanca expand_more
    • Meet the tour guide, who will pick you up from the Casablanca International Airport, and head to the Casablanca center to visit the Monument of Mosque Hassan II. It is an attractive touristic spot.
    • Go to the old Medina of Casablanca, see the allies of it, and then the big Mall of Casablanca. 

    Overnight in Casablanca.

  • Day 2- See Highlights of Rabat expand_more
    • Have breakfast, head to Rabat, the current capital of Morocco, and visit the monuments, such as Chella, Loudaya, Royal Palace, and Mosque Hassan.
    • Proceed towards Chefchaouen.
    • Check in at 6 pm in the hotel, and then you’re free to figure out the pearl at night.
  • Day 3- Learn about the Blue Charm of Chefchaouen expand_more
    • Have breakfast, and meet your local guide, who will lead you in discovering the blue charm of this star. End the local guide tour at 3 pm. (Then you’re free to continue exploring the city.)
  • Day 4- Go to the Ancient Capital- Meknes expand_more
    • Depart after your breakfast at 8:30 a.m. to the Roman village, Volubilis. You have one hour there. If you want to know the history of it, have a guide ( optional).
    • Head towards the ancient capital Meknes. There you will visit Baba Mansour, the door of which has a huge history, and the most mysterious prison in the world, Qara. You’ll get your lunch in Meknes.
    • Continue the way to Fez to rest in your riad.
  • Day 5- Visit Fez expand_more
    • Meet the local guide and visit Fez, the cultural and religious capital and the oldest of the imperial cities of the country. You will see the Royal Palace and walk along the Jewish quarter.
    • See the impressive Medina with its typical craftsmen shops and neighbourhoods. You will also see the outside of the mosque, the Koranic School, the Bouanania, and the Quaraouiyne University. Lunch will be in a typical restaurant in the medina. 
    • Head back to your riad.
  • Day 6- Enjoy Camel Ride in Merzouga expand_more
    • Have breakfast and head to Ifran, 'the Switzerland of Morocco,' one of the cleanest cities in the world. Take a pause there to get a photo of the famous statue of the lion and the biggest station of the sky in Morocco, Michelin. There you will find monkeys for sure.
    • Drive to Sahara Desert Merzouga, passing from Tizzi Ntalghomt and mountain roads overlooking the wide flowing Oued Ziz the Oasis, Kasbahs and palm groves. 
    • Pass through the adobe-coloured city of Er-Rachidia and arrive in the late afternoon at Merzouga, the village on the outskirts of the desert. 
    • Meet your camels to begin your journey in the desert. You will feel the magic of the desert, and as the sun begins to set, the dunes light up, giving you a chance to take some stunning photographs! After you arrive at the camp, you can try sandboarding. That evening, you will eat a delicious dessert dinner, and enjoy the traditional drums and singing. 

    Overnight in a desert camp in the dunes of Erg Chebbi. 

  • Day 7- Continue to the Kasbah at Ait Benhaddou expand_more
    • Wake up early to see the panoramic view of the sunrise, then have your breakfast. 
    • Check out and head out to Tinghir, passing through Erfoud village.
    • Visit Toudgha Valley and Dades gorges. You will have a look at the fingerprint of the Monkeys. 
    • Pass through the village of roses plantation, the source of roses product in Morocco. Go to check a cooperative of the women, who produce rose perfumes. Have your lunch.
    • Continue your way to Ouarzazate, reaching up at 3 p.m. 
    • Visit the Museum Of Cinema, Atlas Studios, and the Kasbah at Ait Benhaddou, the most interesting UNESCO World Heritage Site in Morocco. Movies like Gladiator and The Prince of Persia were filmed there. (Spend 2 hours here.)

    Overnight in the Kasbah.

  • Day 8- Stroll through the Majorelle Garden expand_more
    • Have breakfast at 8 a.m., and go towards Marrakech, passing by the top Tichka. Have a pause there and then continue to Marrakech, where you will meet the local guide for the Marrakech tour. Marrakesh without a doubt is a town that shows all of Morocco’s exotic culture and charm. With one of our native guides, you may visit the Koutoubia mosque built in the 11th century.
    • See the Majorelle Garden packed with cacti, palms and ferns, and the work of painter Jacques Majorelle. Then we'll visit plenty of monuments like the Saadian Tombs. This 16th-century graveyard is full of mosaic tiles. Have lunch.
    • Explore the fascinating souks (native markets), the town’s star attraction. You mustn’t miss the Babouche (shoes) Souk, Chouari (carpenter’s) open-air market, El-Attarine (perfume and spice) souk and the Cherratine (leather) souk and the narrow alleys around the Djemâa El-Fna square where within the evening, you’ll be charmed with snake charmers, singers, acrobats, dancers, narrators, and story-tellers.
    • Overnight in a riad.
  • Day 9- Admire the Ourika Valley expand_more
    • Go for a full-day excursion to Ourika Valley. Start at 9 a.m. with a drive across the Houz Plains, and stop at the pottery real factory to get the treat of how they make it.
    • Meet the local ladies' Argan oil cooperative to see how this liquid gold is extracted and make some fine cosmetic products.
    • Continue to Tin Ourika, one of the largest Berber Souks in the area, where all the Villagers from the Ourika Valley come once a week to trade and buy their goods.
    • Follow the Ourika river, driving next to the stream up to the Berber village of Setti Fatma, where most of the locals in Marrakech escape to summer heat and spend a day under the shades of the walnut trees. For those who would like to explore the Valley on foot, local hiking guides are available for hire to walk you to some stunning cascades and back. If you fancy a lazy day, relax at one of the cafés on the riverbank and enjoy the rest of the day listening to the sound of the stream with the High Atlas Mountains as a backdrop. Local cafés are available for a light lunch and can accommodate all budgets.
    • Drive back to Marrakech late in the afternoon, where your day trip to Ourika Valley will end with a drop-off at your Riad or Jamaa Elfna Square.
  • Day 10- Departure expand_more
    • Check out of the hotel and transfer to the airport 2 hours before your flight time.
What's Included
  •  Transportation with A/C and driver guide 
  •  Fuel
  •  Accommodations 4* with nine breakfasts + 1 dinner in Sahara
  •  Luxury camp
  •  Overnight in tents in sahara
  •  Camel ride
  •  Sandboarding
  •  Guides local in: Marrakech/Fez/Ourika Valley/Ait Benhaddou
  •  Taxes
What's Excluded
  • Lunches + Dinners (excluding the dinner mentioned in the inclusion section)
  • Tips
What to bring
  • Camera
  • Clothes (depending on the season in which you booked the tour)
Meeting Point

Casablanca Airport, Rte de Nouasseur, Casablanca, Morocco

Cancellation Policy

No refund in case of any cancellation.

Price Details
1 To 4 EUR 890 Per Person
1 To 4 EUR 590 Per Person

This is a group tour

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USD 993 / person