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10 days tour from Casablanca | Ultimate Itinerary



10 days 9 nights

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This 10 days tour from Casablanca will give you a wonderful in-depth overview of Morocco. You will experience the best of both the north and the south by beginning and ending in Casablanca. The north offers a glimpse into the past of Sultans and Kings, artists, and crafters, two very distinct experiences.

Explore the capital (Rabat), the Roman remains, and Chefchaouen’s calm, blue lanes. You will travel south to the Sahara desert for a night in a nomad camp and a camel walk after marveling at everything that Fes has to offer. Enjoy the expansive valleys, canyons, and miles-long date palm-filled oasis in Morocco’s south. Visit Berber communities and kasbahs, and eat plenty of dates and tagine.

Before traveling to Rabat from Casablanca, you’ll visit the impressive Hassan II Mosque. You will have enough time to explore Roman and Islamic ruins, the Andalusian Gardens from the 20th century, and the Hassan Tower, a 12th-century minaret.

On day two, you will explore the charming “Blue City” of Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains. Then, you will move on to explore Volubilis and Meknes after that and then finish the day at Fes. On the fifth day, you will venture into the desert.

Before moving on to Erg Chebbi, a vast dune complex that shifts and moves depending on the changing wind, you can meet local artists in Erfoud, a town noted for its fossil mining. Then proceed to Marrakech to explore the souks and Medina before you catch your flight.

When you get to Merzouga, you will take a camel ride across the dunes and sleep out under the stars before visiting the 11th-century Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site. You will descend to Marrakech, the “Red City” and come close to Jemaa el-Fna as dusk falls as it comes alive with musicians, performers, snake charmers, and food vendors.

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  • Ride camels and camp in the Desert of Merzouga
  • Hang out in Marrakech and visit Jamaa El Fna
  • Explore exotic markets and souks of Morocco
  • Wander in the blue-washed city of Chefchaouen
  • Discover the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis, Meknes
  • Hang out in the oldest surviving city in the world, Fez


Day 1 – Welcome to Casablanca

Day 1 – Welcome to Casablanca

We begin the 10-day tour from Casablanca by picking you up from the airport or your Casablanca lodging. The city is regarded as Morocco's most prosperous and biggest metropolis. The largest mosque in Morocco, the Hassan mosque, will be your first stop. It is situated on a promontory overlooking the Atlantic Ocean on the city's west shore.

A non-Muslim must visit this famous mosque because it is the only one that welcomes visitors who are not Muslim. It is decorated with elaborate decorative patterns, vibrant mosaics, and imposing motifs.

After your visit to the mosque, you will move on to the busy Old Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Without trying some of the regional cuisines, a journey to Casablanca would not be complete. Try delicacies like fish tagine and shrimp couscous since the city is well-known for its seafood. And finish it all off with a glass of Moroccan mint tea, a famous cooling drink.

Indeed, Casablanca has plenty to offer everyone, whether you want to learn more about Moroccan culture or just unwind on the beach. Lunchtime freedom. Then you will see the city and go to the magnificent Casablanca Cornish.

Day 2 – Casablanca - Rabat & the blue city Chefchaouen

Day 2 – Casablanca - Rabat & the blue city Chefchaouen

You travel to Rabat by coastal drive after breakfast; the city, which serves as the country's capital today, is one of Morocco's imperial cities.

You will stop by the Hassan Tower, Muhammad V's Mausoleum, and then the Kasbah of Oudaya. These landmarks and Rabat's Medina are a few of the city's most visited tourist destinations. A mosque's minaret from the 12th century is known as the Hassan Tower. King Mohammed V of Morocco and his two sons are interred in the Mausoleum of Mohammed V.

The walled city of Rabat's Medina is home to a large number of stores and markets offering typical Moroccan items.

After lunch, your journey to Chefchaouen will start. You will travel through the charming road from Rif's village to the delightful small city of Ouazan; once in Chefchaouen, you will experience this lovely town for the first time.

The city is renowned for its white and blue-painted houses and alleys. You will learn about Arab history, culture, and way of life while touring the Medina's narrow lanes, stunning blue doors, and vibrant steps. Additionally, the area's primary water source, a small water spring, will be visible to you.

Day 3: Chefchaouen city tour

Day 3: Chefchaouen city tour

Make your way to Chefchaouen this morning. Take a break in Tetouan Mellah, a gathering place for Jewish residents, during the journey. You will be delighted by the neighborhood's magnificent windows, vibrant ceramics, and varied architectural styles.

Visit the cobblestone medina after a tour of Outa-el-Hammam Square. The Medina (ancient town), the Kasbah (fortified castle), and the numerous mosques and madrassas are a few of Chefchaouen's top attractions (religious schools) that you would like to visit.

The Medina is filled with blue-washed structures, which are arguably the city's most recognizable characteristic. Another well-liked location is the Kasbah, which provides breathtaking views of the mountains in the area.

Many traditional Moroccan craftspeople reside in Chefchaouen and market their items in Medina. These include potters, weavers, and leatherworkers. There are also many excellent restaurants that provide both traditional Moroccan food and cuisines from other countries.

As dusk falls, lights illuminate the humble town. One of the best sites to take in the scenery is the Spanish Mosque, which has been vacant for many years. From the city center, it takes 20 to 30 minutes to walk to the mosque, but the distance is well worth it. A gorgeous garden surrounds the mosque. You will return to your hotel for dinner and an overnight stay after spending the entire day visiting this city.

Day 4: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes

Day 4: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes

After breakfast, you continue your 10-day tour from Casablanca to Fes. The first stop on the trip is Volubilis. It is a deserted Moroccan city that served as the former capital of the old Mauretania Empire.

The city lies roughly 30 km (19 mi) from the present-day city of Fez and is situated in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Given that UNESCO has designated it a World Heritage Site, it has been well-kept. A significant halt along the commerce route connecting Rome with Africa was Volubilis. Slaves, ivory, and gold from Africa were exchanged for Roman wine and olive oil. Wheat, barley, and other crops were also exported from the city.

Volubilis is now a World Heritage Site and one of the most visited tourist destinations in Morocco. The city's remains are well-preserved and offer a window into day-to-day life in a Roman city.

You have just left Volubilis and are currently traveling to Meknes, your next stop. It contains historic pillars and archways as well as numerous lovely mosaics that are dispersed throughout. The city is regarded as the capital of the Ismailis rulers and one of Morocco's imperial cities. Bab Al-Mansour, the Sahrij Souani basin, the regal stable, the granary, and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum are among the places you will stop by.

Particularly important features include the city's gates, fountains, and walls. With your driver, you will tour a variety of monuments and sights.

Later, after a memorable journey, you will arrive at Fes towards the end of the day. It's time to settle down in your accommodation and unwind. From Casablanca, a 10-day tour still has surprises in store for you. The night will be spent inside an authentic Riad in the middle of the historic Medina.

Days 5: Fes - Exploring the medieval Medina of Fez

Days 5: Fes - Exploring the medieval Medina of Fez

You will leave to explore this lovely and distinct city after breakfast. You’ll go touring the Kingdom's center of culture and religion.

When you visit the former capital of the Kingdom of the Sultans from the Merinid and Alaouite dynasties, you will experience the enchanted atmosphere of a medieval oriental city, stroll through the winding, narrow streets of the ancient Medina, and become familiar with the numerous historical and architectural monuments that adorned it.

The majority of these structures are superb illustrations of Moorish architecture. The Bu Inanya mosque, the madrassas (Muslim universities), Nejarin Square, and the fountain will all be on your itinerary. Fes is renowned for its traditional crafts as well, including metal, porcelain, and leatherwork.
Your current location is the handicraft district, where leather and ceramic artisans practice the techniques passed down from their great-grandfathers and grandfathers, whose trade secrets have been carefully passed down through the generations.

The Fes el-Bali (old city), Fes Jdid (new city), and Ville Nouvelle are the three main divisions of the Medina (modern city). The Medina's oldest and most authentic section is the Fes el-Bali. It is a maze of little streets and passageways dotted with shops, residences, and factories.

Following your visit to the aforementioned sites, you will move on to the tanneries, which have long played a significant role in Fes and Morocco's economies. Numerous tanneries in the city create a wide range of leather goods that are sold both domestically and abroad. The city is difficult to navigate on your own, so you will have a local guide during your visit. But later, when you'll have more time, you can enjoy it.

The still-existing Jewish neighborhood will be your next stop. It demonstrates how the two communities—Muslims and Jews—coexist.

Day 6: Fez - Ifran - Ziz Valley - Merzouga

Day 6: Fez - Ifran - Ziz Valley - Merzouga

Your 10-days tour from Casablanca will take you to the desert today. After breakfast, you will leave out and drive to Merzouga. It is one of the longer drives—roughly a 7-hour one—, but you will enjoy the trip because of the varied scenery.
You’ll stop in Ifrane along the route because it boasts a European-style environment and climate, parks with lakes and chalets, a ski resort, and a lot of snow in the winter, earning it the moniker "Moroccan Switzerland."

On your way to Azrou from Ifrane, you will have the opportunity to see the magnificent Atlas cedars and feed the wild monkeys, which are sociable and enjoy being fed by humans. You'll stay so that you can take pictures of the animals and glimpse wild monkeys.

The next stop is Midelt, where lunch will be served. You will then keep traveling until you reach the Desert. Throughout the course of this adventure, the scenery will continue to change. You will reach Merzouga Desert towards the end of the afternoon. It is a special opportunity to have a close-up view of the stunning desert environment.

You will travel through Erg Chebbi's dunes on a camel. It is one of Morocco's most stunning experiences. It is a mile-long expanse of sand dunes. The tall, reddish-hued sand dunes are stunning in and of themselves. You can really appreciate how beautiful nature is here.

You will witness the desert's sunset en route. An amazing sensation can be created by the immensity of the surroundings and the vibrant sky hues. You'll be treated to a breathtaking visual show as the sun descends below the horizon.

You will later have a dish typical of the Berber people and discover more about their way of life. Finally, you will sing and dance as you spend the night outside. You have the option of sleeping in your luxurious camp or under the stars.

Day 7 – Merzouga - Todra Georges - Boumaln Dades

Day 7 – Merzouga - Todra Georges - Boumaln Dades

You'll wake up at seven on the seventh day of your journey to catch the dawn. You might be perplexed as to why you should watch the sunrise in the desert, but I assure you that it is a magical sight to behold. You'll remember this moment as one of your most vivid memories of Morocco!

You will then eat breakfast before riding the camel back to the settlement of Merzouga, where your driver will be waiting for you. After that, you'll travel through some breathtaking desert scenery as you make your way to Dades Valley.

If the Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays of your tour coincide with market days, you will take advantage of exploring the neighborhood market, where you might locate some gifts.

Later, you continue your 10-day tour from Casablanca into Erfoud, a town known for its fossils. Here, you will find shops offering both crystals and fossils, as well as valuable stones.

There is a chance that you will find some interesting goods there if you like them. You will break for a panoramic photograph approximately three hours later, not far from the charming town of Tinghir, which is situated in the heart of a sizable palm oasis.

You are currently en route to Todra Gorges. The High Atlas mountains' Todra Gorges are a well-liked destination for rock climbing and hiking. The Todra River, which is nourished by melting snow from neighboring mountains, creates the gorges.

At the Gorges, you can decide whether to go on a short hike or a leisurely stroll. Later, you carry on traveling down the Dades River until you reach Boumalne Dades. Be prepared for what comes next as another thrilling adventure in your 10-day trip comes to a conclusion here.

Spend the night at your hotel with a valley view.

Day 8: Dades Valley - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou - Marrakech

Day 8: Dades Valley - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou - Marrakech

You will travel to the Dades gorges today in a brief detour before continuing on to Ouarzazate. You will go to Mgouna, where the annual rose festival is held. You will keep traveling till you reach the Skura oasis.

It is a lush palm oasis that is traversed by numerous rivers. Drive another 30 minutes from Skura to Ouarzazate. This city is frequently referred to as the "Hollywood of Morocco" because it served as the backdrop for numerous historical films.

One of the city's historical sites is the Kasbah Taurirt. After visiting the Kasbah, you can go to the Cinema Museum and the Atlas film studio. You will next take a short drive to Ait Ben Hadou, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular tourist destination because it is where the Game of Thrones was filmed.

After your hour-long tour, you will travel to Marrakesh through the highest point in the Atlas Mountains, Tizi n-Tishka (2260 m) (3.5-4 hours excluding stops). Along the way, you will stop for pictures. One of Morocco's most beautiful routes, it offers vistas of historic kasbah ruins and verdant river valleys with adobe communities. After that, you’ll travel to Marrakech. You have time to yourself while you rest in the hotel.

Day 9: Marrakech guided tour

Day 9: Marrakech guided tour

The entire day will be spent exploring Marrakesh, the "Pearl of the South," after breakfast at the hotel. The city acquired a significant number of museums and architectural landmarks as a result of its status as one of the Kingdom's capitals under the rule of the three Moroccan sultanate rulers.

The city's monuments are all works of art. The Koutoubia Mosque, the Manara Pavilion surrounded by olive groves, the tombs of the Saadian sultans, the Bahia Palace, El Badii Palace, and the Majorelle Gardens are just a few of the sites that will be the focus of the morning's exploration.

Finally, at the end of the morning, you have the opportunity to stroll around the historic Medina's streets and admire the bazaars and other stores that sell various sorts of traditional goods. You will then eat lunch in a historic eatery close to Jamaa El Fna plaza.

Afternoon activities include a trip to Gueliz and a stop at the Majorelle Gardens. As you observe how traditionalism and modernization coexist in Morocco, you will learn about Marrakech's diversity in this location. You'll have no trouble finding things to do during your vacation, whether your interests are in history, culture, shopping, or dining. Marrakech dinner and overnight stay.

Day 10: End of 10-day tour from Casablanca

Day 10: End of 10-day tour from Casablanca

This is where your 10-day tour from Casablanca ends. Even though it makes us glad when the tour goes according to plan, it is one of the times in this job that we detest the most. After ten days of journeying together, we form bonds, divulge secrets, and share our lives. It's true that saying by has never been simple.

Your flight information is used to plan the last day. After checking in, the driver takes you to the airport, where you depart from Morocco with a variety of stories to share.


  • Hotels & accommodations
  • English speaking driver/guide
  • Comfortable air-conditioned 4×4/minibus vehicle
  • Pick up and drop off from Airport/Hotel/Riad
  • Fuel, parking, and all car's related fees
  • Local guides in Marrakech and Fes (It is not necessary in other cities )
  • 2 dinners in the desert
  • Breakfasts
  • Flight tickets & visa
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips to guide and driver (optional)

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How can I book 10 days tour from Casablanca?

You can book the tour by contacting us. It is not possible to book directly for different reasons. First, we are specialized in private tours; therefore, we need to check if you would like to book the tour as it is or you have special requirements. Second, the price varies from one situation to another. Consequently, we need to give you the full details before you book. These are the main reasons why we like to contact us first.

Why there is no one price for the tour?

There is no one price because the tour is not a shared tour. The price varies based on the number of travelers, the type of accommodations, the itinerary...etc. for example, the price of 4 people traveling together will be cheaper than the price of two people. The reason behind that is that the 4 people share the car, the driver, and the quides, so logically the price per person will be cheaper.

In addition, the type of accommodation influences also the price. A traveler asking for 5-star hotels will pay more than someone asking for 3 stars... Normally, we calculate the costs of each service before we deliver our quotation.

Are our prices cheap? or Expensive?

If you check the prices asked by international companies, you will see that we are 3 times cheaper than what they ask for. The main reason is that we are the ones who serve their travelers. Therefore, we give them our prices and they add their margin. However, the prices of Morocco Travel are reasonable. That is to say, we provide a good combination of price-value. we are positioned in the lux market but we provide standard tours for affordable prices.


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Alessandro Esposito


Exciting trip to Morocco

This was my dream trip. A big thanks to Morroco travel for this somewhat ending. At the start of the trip, I met with our guide Yassine. He immediately gave us a quick view of the trip and told us everything we wanted to know. He designed the trip according to our demand. Every location we were interested in visiting was their all the activities we did match our itinerary. I would say he has the best knowledge about recommending the hotels. He offered us the best hotel by staying within our budget and needs. Our ten days trip started from Casablanca. We visited Chefchouen for one night. Then we visited Fez, Merzouga, Dades Valley, and Marrakech. If you are fond of thrilling adventures, don’t miss the opportunity to visit Merzouga. It is one of the most memorable experiences of this trip. On our trip, we get close to nature and culture. We got the experience of feeding the monkeys and visiting the ancient roman ruins (Volubilis), doing a mini-pottery workshop, and getting our hands decorated with beautiful designs of henna tattoos. We were lucky to get a calligraphy lesson—the best ride of camels. And learning about fossil fuels. as I am curious to know about the civilization and the lifestyle, I got the opportunity to learn about how local agriculture and irrigation system work. We visited also the cinema studio, where many Hollywood movies have been shot. We moved newt to Ait Benhaddou, a famous spot for filming movies Our guide, Said, has a great sense of humour too. He knew french to make us laugh with his funniest jokes; for instance, we forget all our tiredness. We enjoyed every second of our trip. We recommend you including Merzouga in your trip; it is the essential destination for this trip. Indeed, I would recommend you Morroco Travel, you get more than you paid for.
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Best 10 days desert tour from Casablanca

I highly recommend Morocco travel and our guide Hassan. During our ten-day tour, Hassan brought Morocco's beauty, majesty, and wonder to life. He was highly knowledgeable about Moroccan history and culture and was always happy to answer our questions. he put extraordinary efforts into making our experience remarkable and saw everything we wanted to see. Plus, the hotels they recommend are the best. We loved our stay at the Dades Valley, Merzouga, Rabat, and the luxury camp in the desert. This was a fantastic tour, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for an authentic Moroccan experience. We were three friends on this tour and felt very safe. Our guide would always direct us to secure areas during our free time and text us at night to ensure we safely made it back to the hotel. The luxury camp at the Sahara was super comfortable, and the camel man Hamid was so good at taking pictures of us on the camels. If you're looking for a unique and magical evening, you must head to the desert. It's an experience that you won't want to miss. We also loved our tour with Morocco Travel to the imperial cities and the Atlas Mountains. Fes was our favourite city out of all of them. You can tour with Morroco travel for an incredible and diverse ecology. You will experience snow and desert in a few days - it was terrific. Thank you, Morroco travel, the guides we met along the way, and most specifically, Hassan. this tour was perfect to remember . Morocco - we will be coming back! Your tour of Morocco was fantastic! we had a memorable experience. A special thank you to Hassan for making our trip extra special.
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Jhone Maria


Great experience and unforgettable trip with Morocco Travel

I wish I had more stars to give you! what a fantastic experience we had. At first we had no idea what to expect for accommodations, being unfamiliar with Riads and Dars, but they were all gorgeous, clean and the staff were all wonderful people. Ismail, our guide, was FANTASTIC, which meant a great deal, as you can imagine for all of those days being in the car with him for so many hours. Both of the walking guides for the 2 days that we did walking tours were so knowledgeable and friendly. We have already recommended this company to everyone. From someone who experienced worked booking tours, I can tell you that this was 1st class
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wonderful 10 days with Morocco Travel

We were considering booking a 10 day tour through a noted US travel company but the price was approximately $6200 pp We contacted Morocco Travel and could receive the same itinerary with similar quality hotels for 1/3rd of the price. We were a little skeptical at first, but after reading the other reviews decided to proceed and go out the middleman. Morocco Travel lived up to our expectations and more. They were very organized and they provided a very good survice. Our guide, Ali, was so nice and funny. We had a great journey with him. The local guides in Marrakech and fez were excellent as well as were the outstanding hotels in fez, Dades Valley, Merzouga, Rabat and the luxury camp in the desert. Some of the hotels were the same as the more expensive US based tour. In summary, would not hesitate to book your entire visit with Morocco Travel.
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