Embark on an unforgettable journey with our exclusive 10 days Morocco summer tour, carefully crafted to highlight the best of this enchanting country while avoiding the intense desert heat. Ideal for travelers visiting in July and August, this itinerary combines Morocco’s most fascinating historic sites and vibrant cities, ensuring a comfortable and enriching experience.

Start your adventure in Casablanca, a dynamic city where modernity seamlessly blends with tradition. Explore the artistic town of Assilah, famous for its colorful murals and tranquil beaches. Next, delve into the rich cultural tapestry of Tangier, a historic port city where Europe and Africa meet. Wander through the enchanting blue streets of Chefchaouen, a photographer’s dream nestled in the Rif Mountains.

Your journey continues in Fes, an ancient city boasting one of the world’s oldest universities and a maze-like medina filled with history. Discover the grandeur of Meknes, known for its impressive gates and royal stables, and explore the well-preserved Roman ruins of Volubilis, which offer a fascinating glimpse into Morocco’s ancient past.

Conclude your tour in the vibrant city of Marrakech, where you can immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of Jemaa el-Fnaa square, explore the intricate beauty of Bahia Palace, and relax in the serene Jardin Majorelle. This carefully designed tour offers a perfect blend of cultural immersion and urban excitement, providing you with unforgettable memories and experiences.

This 10 days Morocco summer tour is designed to offer an ideal blend of cultural exploration and urban charm, providing you with unforgettable experiences without the extreme desert temperatures. Whether you are a first-time visitor or a seasoned traveler, this tour promises an enriching journey through Morocco’s diverse landscapes and rich heritage. While this tour starts in Casablanca, similar tours can be arranged from Rabat, Tangier, or Marrakech. Join us for an unforgettable summer adventure in Morocco!

Similar Tours: (for other seasons except the summer)

  • Marvel at the stunning Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.
  • Stroll along the vibrant Corniche Ain Diab waterfront.
  • Discover the artistic murals in the medina of Assilah.
  • Explore the historic and cultural depths of Tangier.
  • Wander through the blue-washed streets of Chefchaouen.
  • Visit the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis.
  • Experience the vibrant souks and medina of Fes.
  • Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Djemaa el-Fna square.

Day 1 :arrival to Casablanca

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Your 10 days Morocco summer tour begins with your arrival in Casablanca. Upon landing, you will be greeted at the airport by your tour guide, who will transport you to your hotel. Depending on your arrival time, you may have the opportunity to explore some of Casablanca’s top attractions.

Start your exploration with a visit to the majestic Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. This stunning structure, perched on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, showcases exquisite Moroccan craftsmanship and offers breathtaking views. Unique among many mosques, it welcomes non-Muslim visitors, providing a rare opportunity to appreciate its intricate details up close.

Next, head to the Corniche Ain Diab, Casablanca’s vibrant waterfront district. Stroll along the promenade, enjoy the refreshing sea breeze, and admire the stunning ocean views. The Corniche is lined with cafes, restaurants, and boutiques, making it an ideal spot to relax and soak in the local atmosphere.

Continue to the New Medina, also known as the Habous Quarter. This charming district blends traditional Moroccan architecture with French colonial influences. Wander through its narrow streets, explore local markets, and discover artisanal shops selling everything from handmade crafts to delicious Moroccan pastries.

In the evening, enjoy a delightful dinner at a local restaurant, savoring traditional Moroccan cuisine such as tagine or couscous. Return to your hotel for a restful night, ready for the exciting days ahead on your 10 days Morocco summer tour.

Day 2 : Casablanca to Tangier via Assilah

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Your journey continues from Casablanca to the coastal town of Assilah, known for its rich history and artistic vibe. Originally a Phoenician settlement, Assilah has been shaped by various civilizations, including the Romans, Portuguese, and Spanish. This town provides a vibrant and colorful introduction to your Morocco itinerary.

Begin with a leisurely stroll through the medina, where walls are adorned with vibrant murals created by artists from around the world. The medina’s narrow streets, lined with whitewashed buildings and blue accents, create a serene and charming atmosphere.

Visit the ancient ramparts and fortifications that once protected the town. These historic structures offer stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and provide a glimpse into Assilah’s strategic importance throughout history. Wander along the ramparts and enjoy the panoramic vistas of the coastline.

Explore the serene beaches of Assilah, known for their pristine sands and clear blue waters. The peaceful ambiance and stunning ocean views make it an ideal spot to unwind and absorb the local atmosphere.

In the afternoon, continue to Tangier, a city with a fascinating blend of cultural influences and historical depth. Upon arrival, take some time to explore the city’s vibrant streets, bustling markets, and historical sites.

Overnight in Tangier.

Day 3 : Exploring Tangier

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Immerse yourself in the vibrant and historic city of Tangier. Start your day at the bustling Grand Socco, a major crossroads where you can witness the lively rhythm of daily life. This large square, where the old city meets the new, is a hub of activity with its street performers, cozy cafes, and local artisans.

Next, visit the Kasbah Museum, located in the ancient Dar el-Makhzen palace. The museum’s exhibits provide a captivating journey through Tangier’s history, featuring artifacts from the Phoenician to the modern era. The palace itself, with its stunning architecture and tranquil gardens overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar, is a highlight worth experiencing.

After exploring the museum, head to Tangier’s beautiful beaches to relax and unwind. Whether you choose the vibrant scene of Plage Municipale or the serene Achakkar Beach, you’ll enjoy the refreshing Mediterranean waters and the chance to bask in the sun.

Continue your adventure with a visit to the legendary Caves of Hercules. These caves, rich in mythology, are said to be where Hercules rested between his legendary labors. Explore the winding passages and admire the famous “Map of Africa” rock formation.

Your journey in Tangier concludes at Cape Spartel, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea. The panoramic views from the historic lighthouse are breathtaking, offering a perfect vantage point to watch the sunset over the sea.

In the evening, travel to Chefchaouen, the famous blue city, for an overnight stay.

Day 4 :Uncovering Chefchaouen 

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After breakfast, set out to explore the enchanting city of Chefchaouen on foot. This picturesque town, known for its blue-washed buildings, has inspired numerous artists. A walking tour will immerse you in Moroccan culture and the rich history of this famous blue city.

Begin your journey in the heart of Chefchaouen with a visit to the Blue Medina. This mesmerizing maze of narrow streets, painted in various shades of blue, offers a unique and captivating atmosphere. The vibrant hues create a perfect backdrop for photographers.

Next, head to Plaza Uta el-Hammam, the central square of Chefchaouen. This bustling plaza is surrounded by inviting cafes, restaurants, and boutiques. It’s the perfect place to relax and soak in the local culture while enjoying a traditional Moroccan mint tea.

Continue your exploration with a visit to the Kasbah Museum, located within the historic Kasbah. This museum provides fascinating insights into Chefchaouen’s history, showcasing artifacts, traditional crafts, and cultural exhibits. Climb to the top of the Kasbah’s tower for a stunning panoramic view of the blue medina.

In the afternoon, take a leisurely stroll to Ras El-Ma, a serene spot known for its natural spring and small waterfalls. This area offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the medina.

For an unforgettable experience, hike to the Spanish Mosque, located on a hill overlooking Chefchaouen. This vantage point provides sweeping views of the city and its surroundings, especially magical during sunset.

After a day filled with discovery, return to your hotel in Chefchaouen for a restful night.

Day 5 :Chefchaouen to Fes via Volubilis and Meknes

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After breakfast, set off towards Fes, making stops at the historical sites of Volubilis and Meknes. Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site, showcases remarkably preserved Roman ruins, including intricate mosaics, grand temples, and monumental arches. This ancient city offers a captivating glimpse into Morocco’s Roman past.

Continue your journey to Meknes, where you’ll visit the stunning Bab Mansour gate, renowned for its intricate zellij tilework and grandeur. Nearby, Place El Hedim is a lively square surrounded by traditional cafes, artisan shops, and bustling market stalls. Immerse yourself in the local culture, sampling Moroccan sweets and exploring the vibrant array of handicrafts and spices.

Not far from Bab Mansour, discover the Heri es-Souani, the vast royal granaries and stables built by Sultan Moulay Ismail. This impressive site highlights the architectural ambition of the sultan, with its massive vaulted chambers and extensive storage areas. The adjacent Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the final resting place of the powerful ruler, offers a serene space adorned with beautiful tiles and intricate woodwork.

Finally, as the day turns into evening, you’ll conclude your journey in Fes, where you’ll spend the night.

Day 6 :Unveiling Fes with a Local Guide

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Fes, the cultural and spiritual heart of Morocco, offers a rich tapestry of historical and architectural wonders. Start your day with a visit to the Merenid Tombs, perched on a hill overlooking the city. These 14th-century tombs provide breathtaking panoramic views of Fes and its sprawling medina.

Next, head to a Fes Ceramic/Poterie workshop, where skilled artisans create intricate ceramic pieces using traditional techniques. These workshops provide a fascinating insight into the craftsmanship that has defined Moroccan ceramics for centuries.

Continue your exploration with a visit to the Royal Palace, Dar el Makhzen. While the palace itself is not open to the public, its majestic golden gates and intricate zellij tilework are stunning, showcasing the splendor of traditional Moroccan architecture.

From there, make your way to Bab Bou Jeloud, the main gateway into the medina. This iconic blue and green tiled gate, also known as the Blue Gate, is a striking example of Moroccan design and serves as a perfect entrance to the vibrant old city.

Enter Fes el-Bali, the oldest part of Fes and a UNESCO World Heritage site. This labyrinthine medina is a sensory overload with its bustling souks, narrow alleys, and historic buildings. Visit the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and University, founded in 859 AD, and the Bou Inania Madrasa, renowned for its elaborate tile work and carved plaster.

Afterwards, head to the famous tanneries of Fes, specifically the Chouara Tannery. The tanneries are one of the most iconic sights in Fes and offer a unique and vivid insight into traditional Moroccan leather-making processes. Observe the colorful dyeing vats from nearby terraces and witness the artisans at work.

Conclude your day with a leisurely stroll back through the medina, soaking in the vibrant atmosphere and rich history.

Day 7 :Fez to Casablanca via Rabat10 Days Morocco summer tour rabat

Start your day with an early breakfast in Fes before setting off on your journey to Casablanca, with a stop in Rabat.

Begin your exploration of Rabat with a visit to the Kasbah of the Udayas, a 12th-century fortress that offers a peaceful escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. Wander through the narrow, blue-painted streets and enjoy the serene Andalusian Gardens.

Next, head to the Hassan Tower, an iconic symbol of Rabat. This unfinished minaret, begun in 1195, was intended to be the largest in the world. Although the project was halted, the site remains impressive with its towering structure and surrounding ruins. Adjacent to the Hassan Tower is the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a stunning example of modern Moroccan architecture.

Continue your journey with a visit to the Chellah, an ancient Roman and medieval necropolis located on the outskirts of Rabat. The site offers a fascinating glimpse into Morocco’s layered history, with its blend of Roman ruins and Islamic structures.

Before leaving Rabat, take a leisurely walk along Rabat Beach to relax and enjoy the fresh sea breeze.

As the day turns into evening, continue your journey to Casablanca, where you will spend the night.

Day 8 :Casablanca to Marrakech


Begin your morning in Casablanca with a visit to the iconic Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. This architectural masterpiece, with its stunning oceanfront location, features intricate tile work, carved wooden ceilings, and a towering minaret.

Next, head to the Corniche, where you can stroll along the promenade, enjoy the refreshing sea breeze, and admire views of the Atlantic Ocean. The Corniche is lined with cafes, restaurants, and boutiques, making it a perfect spot for a leisurely brunch or some light shopping.

Visit Mohammed V Square, the heart of Casablanca’s administrative district. This bustling square is surrounded by impressive buildings, including the Palais de Justice, the French Consulate, and the Bank of Morocco. The square’s central fountain and well-maintained gardens provide a pleasant area to relax and take in the city’s energy.

Continue your tour with a stop at the Habous Quarter, also known as the New Medina. This charming district, built in the 1930s, blends traditional Moroccan architecture with French colonial influences. Wander through the narrow streets, explore local markets, and discover artisanal shops selling everything from handmade crafts to delicious Moroccan pastries.

Have lunch at one of the city’s renowned restaurants, savoring traditional Moroccan cuisine. Dishes like tagine, couscous, and pastilla will give you a taste of the rich culinary heritage of Morocco.

In the late afternoon, embark on your drive to Marrakech. As night falls, consider heading out to explore the vibrant Jemaa el-Fna square, the heart of Marrakech’s old city. This bustling square comes alive in the evening with street performers, food stalls, and local vendors.

Day 9: Explore Marrakech with a local guide


Start your day in Marrakech with a hearty breakfast, preparing for an exciting day of exploration with a local guide. Begin your tour at the Koutoubia Mosque, the largest mosque in Marrakech. The mosque’s stunning minaret, visible from almost every part of the city, is a prime example of Almohad architecture. While non-Muslims cannot enter the mosque, you can admire its exterior and learn about its historical and cultural significance from your guide.

Next, head to the Bahia Palace, a masterpiece of Moroccan architecture. Built in the late 19th century, the palace was intended to be the greatest palace of its time. Wander through its lush gardens, intricate courtyards, and ornate rooms, while your guide shares stories of the palace’s history and its significance in Moroccan culture.

From the Bahia Palace, make your way to the vibrant souks of Marrakech. These bustling markets are a labyrinth of narrow alleys filled with stalls selling everything from spices and textiles to jewelry and ceramics. Your local guide will help you navigate the souks, ensuring you don’t miss any hidden treasures. This is also a great opportunity to practice your bargaining skills and pick up some unique souvenirs.

Take a break from the hustle and bustle with a visit to the serene Jardin Majorelle. This beautiful garden, designed by the French painter Jacques Majorelle, is an oasis of calm in the heart of the city. The garden features exotic plants, vibrant blue buildings, and a museum dedicated to Berber culture.

In the afternoon, explore the Ben Youssef Madrasa, an Islamic college that dates back to the 14th century. This stunning example of Moorish architecture features intricate tilework, carved cedar ceilings, and serene courtyards. As you wander through the madrasa, your guide will share insights into the educational and religious practices of the time.

Conclude your guided tour with a visit to the bustling Jemaa el-Fna square. In the evening, this square comes alive with street performers, food stalls, and local vendors, providing an exciting end to your day.

Day 10 : Home sweet home

Your 10 days Morocco summer tour comes to an end today. Enjoy a final breakfast at your hotel before your driver picks you up for your transfer to the airport. As you leave Morocco, you’ll take with you a wealth of memories and experiences from your journey.

Thank you for traveling with us. If you have any questions or need assistance in the future, don’t hesitate to get in touch. We look forward to welcoming you back for another adventure. Safe travels!

This tour can be customized to your preference, it can start from Marrakech, Tangier, or any other city of your choice. Please contact us.

  • Hotels and accommodations
  • Pick-up & drop off at/from your airport/accommodation
  • Comfortable air-conditioned vehicle
  • Private English speaking driver
  • Local guides in Marrakech, Fes and Volubilis
  • Fuel, parking, & all car’s related fees
  • Breakfasts 
  • Flight tickets & visa
  • Entrance tickets to
  • monuments and museums
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips to guide and driver

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