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7-Day Tour To The Famous Attractions Of Morocco From Casablanca
  • Tour Category

    Private Tour

  • Tour Types

    Nature, Culture, Camping

  • Duration

    7 Days

  • Activity Level


  • Language

    English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish


Sign up for a tour and explore the famous attractions of Marrakech, Riad, and Chefchaouen, like the Mansour Gate, Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, and the Royal Palace Gate. Experience the authentic Moroccan beauty at Fes, the cultural capital of Morocco, and learn the art of making the Argon oil. Enjoy the camel ride and camping in the Merzouga desert and the magnificent nature views of the Ziz valley and the Atlas Mountains. 

  • Stop at the Hassan II Mosque, said to be the largest minaret in the world
  • Explore the blue city of Chefchaouen
  • Witness the local life in Fes 
  • Meet Barbary apes in Azrou Cedar forest
  • Enjoy the camel ride and sunsets in Merzouga Sahara
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah
  • See the spectacular views from the Atlas Mountains
  • Day 1- Visit to Marrakech expand_more
    • Meet your tour guide and start your tour to Marrakech, the largest city in Morocco. It is considered the economic and business center of Morocco and has the largest Mosque in Morocco. 
    • Head to the Hassan II Mosque.
    • See the monuments in the capital of Morocco- Rabat. Drive north to the blue city, Chefchaouen. 

    Have dinner and overnight in a hotel/riad.

  • Day 2- Explore the Blue City- Chefchaouen expand_more
    • Explore the blue city, Chefchaouen, while wandering in its attractive alleyways and buildings painted in blue. 

    Have dinner and overnight at the same hotel/riad.

  • Day 3- Head to Meknes expand_more
    • Head to Meknes through Ouzzane. On the way, visit the ancient city of Volubilis and the well-preserved Roman empire ruins containing mosaics. The place is considered a piece of art.
    • Reach Meknes, the Ismaili capital of Morocco, is famous for its magnificent Mansour Gate or “Bab Mansour,” built by Sultan Ismail. In front of the gate lies El Hdim Square. 
    • Visit the granary, the Sahrij Souani (used for irrigation and plantation), Kara (the underground prison), and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail.

    Have dinner and overnight at the same hotel/riad.

  • Day 4- See the Ancient Attractions in Fes expand_more
    • Have breakfast in your hotel and start exploring the oldest city in Morocco, “Fes”. Fes is rich in culture, traditions and gastronomy. It is referred to in Morocco as the country’s cultural capital. This tour will let you walk in its oldest medieval Medina, alleys, and small streets. 
    • Visit the Royal Palace Gate, the Blue Gate and the Jewish quarter; the first Mellah ever built in Morocco during the 14th century. You will enjoy the best sites with cultural and historical interest, including the famous Al Qaraouine University, the oldest one in the world, the Tanneries and the Moulay Idriss mausoleum. 
    • Stop for lunch, head to the tiles cooperative, and then experience a fantastic panoramic view over the Medina of Fes.

    Overnight at the same hotel/riad.

  • Day 5- Enjoy Your Time in the Merzouga Desert expand_more
    • Have breakfast and leave Fez. Head south, crossing the Middle Atlas Mountains and enjoy its breathtaking landscapes. 
    • Stop at the Switzerland of Morocco Ifrane. 
    • See the cedar forest in Azrou, where we meet the barbarian apes. 
    • Drive along Ziz valley and the palm groves of Tafilalet, passing through a few Berber villages to reach the Merzouga Desert. It is where you switch to camels and cross the dunes to the heart of the desert. 
    • On the way, a stop will be made to witness the beautiful sunset. At the campsite, you will enjoy the music of drums, Moroccan dinner, the vast open sky of shiny stars, and sleeping in a nomadic Berber tent.
  • Day 6- Marvel at the Beauty of Todra Gorges and Canyon expand_more
    • Wake up early to witness the beautiful sunrise, and return to Merzouga on camels. Have breakfast and shower in the hotel.
    • Head to Rissani to visit its traditional Souk, considered one of the largest in southern Morocco. 
    • Start your journey to Tinghir, and stop on the way to see the ancient underground system of irrigation used by the locals. 
    • Visit Todra Gorges, and stroll in its magnificent canyon. Have lunch in a restaurant overlooking the valley. 
    • Return to Tinghir to join the main road to Boumalne Dades, where we will visit Dades valley. 

    Dinner and overnight in a hotel/riad.

  • Day 7- Cross the High Atlas Mountain expand_more
    • Enjoy your breakfast and depart to Kalaa Magouna, famous for its rose valley and rose products. Every year a rose festival is held in May, then visit Amridil Kasbah in Skoura. 
    • Arrive in Ouarzazate and take a look at the studios. 
    • Visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a rest point for caravans in the past and the scene for filming many international movies nowadays. Have lunch in a restaurant overlooking the Kasbah. 
    • Cross the High Atlas Mountains.
    • Explore the process of making the Argan oil, and enjoy the sceneries while driving through the Tizi-Ntichka pass. 
    • Return to Marrakech. 

    Trip ends.

What's Included
  • Pick-up and drop off at/from your accommodation
  • Transport by modern private vehicle with A/C
  • Experienced English-speaking driver/guide
  • Car fuel
  • Camel trekking (one camel per person)
  • Sunset camel ride
  • 5 nights in a private room at a hotel/riad (at your preferred room type)
  • 1-overnight at the desert camp (at your preferred tent type)
  • Sandboarding in dunes
  • 4×4 transfer from and to the camp (alternate to camels)
What's Excluded
  • Drinks
  • Lunches
  • Entrance 
  • Tipping 
Meeting Point

Casablanca, Morocco

Cancellation Policy

For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -

Refund of 80% of the tour price.
Price Details
1 To 26 EUR 975 Per Person

This is a private tour

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USD 1103 / person

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