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.