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10 days tour from Casablanca Grand Morocco Tours

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10 days tour from Casablanca invites you to discover the best of Morocco.  The tour will take you to imperial cities of Morocco, the Sahara desert, and the Atlas mountains. You will ride camels in Merzouga, camp in a lux camp in the desert. Moreover, you will hang out in the most traditional places with our guides, especially in Fez, Marrakech, and Ait Ben Haddou.  This 10 days tour from Casablanca offers you a great balance of culture, history, and adventure—and makes the most of your time, as it starts in Casablanca and ends in Marrakech. (That said, the itinerary is easily adaptable if you need to return to Casablanca to catch a flight home.)

This 10 days tour from Casablanca is designed to guide you through the best places of this colorful and exotic country. Blessed with diverse geography, Morocco is one of the few places in the world where you can go sandboarding and snowboarding in the same day, a country offering you majestic beach landscapes, and dazzling mountain hikes. A country with a fascinating Arabic-Berber-European mix of culture, more unique than anything you’ve ever seen.

When is the best time to book a Tour to Morocco?

10 days tour from Casablanca Grand Morocco Tours

The most pleasant seasons to travel to Morocco are spring (April-May) and autumn (September-November).

The heart of summer, very pleasant on the coast, is suffocating in the interior of the country. In addition, if the winter season is particularly mild during the day in Marrakech and further south, the nights, on the other hand, display very cool temperatures. The High Atlas experiences a high thermal amplitude between summer (very hot) and winter (very cold).

The month of Ramadan is the worst month to travel to Morocco. Therefore, we don’t advise anyone to visit Morocco during this time.

The following summarizes the best time to travel to Morocco and also 10 days tour from Casablanca.

 High season (Mar-Apr/Nov-Oct)

  • Spring and autumn are very popular with tourists.
  • The price of accommodation is higher.
  • Marrakech and the South are particularly popular at Christmas and New Years.

The summer is also included in the high season since Morocco receives millions of tourists on its seaside coasts. However, it’s not suitable to travel to the desert as heat increases extremely.

Intermediate season (Mai, Sep, and Dec)

  • Sandstorms in the Sahara in spring and rain in the North.
  • Accommodation prices and demand increase at Easter.

Low season (Jan-Feb)

  • Discounts on accommodation and souks.
  • The prices are cheap in comparison to other seasons

Indeed, Booking this tour is perfect between September and December and between March and Mai 15th.

Nonetheless, Morocco Travel is able to accept the booking and arrange this tour for its travelers anytime if they wish to.

Summary of 10 days tour from Casablanca / grand Morocco Tour


If you can add some extra days to a standard  10 days tour, you can linger longer in the desert or the mountains—or simply explore Fez or Marrakech at a more relaxed pace.

Another option is to plan an excursion to Essaouira, a city featured in the Game of Thrones as Astrapor. A trip to Essaouira includes a visit to its ramparts where Game of Thrones has been shot and also the old medina and the beach.

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


Day 1 – Casablanca Airport - guided tour of the city
Day 1 – Casablanca Airport - guided tour of the city

Upon your arrival, our driver will meet you at the airport and then take you to enjoy some of the beautiful places that the city has to offer. You will enjoy the United States Square before you move to see one of the top landmarks in Morocco, Hassan II Mosque.

The mosque perched beside the sea and featuring the tallest minaret in the world (690 feet), it’s one of the only mosques in the country that allows non-Muslims to enter. After that, you leave to your hotel to rest. Overnight at your Hotel in Casablanca.

Day 2 – Traveling from Casablanca to Rabat & the blue city Chefchaouen
Day 2 – Traveling from Casablanca to Rabat & the blue city Chefchaouen

In the second day of your Morocco tour, you will explore Rabat before you leave to Chefchaouen. After breakfast, you’ll visit Roman and Islamic ruins, the 20th-century Andalusian Gardens, and Hassan Tower, a 12th-century minaret.

The travel will take around 4 hours and you will get impressed by the majestic view along the way. You arrive to Chefchaouen in the evening. Overnight at your Riad in Chefchaouen.

Day 3: Chefchaouen city tour
Day 3: Chefchaouen city tour

Chefchaouen is the one place you shouldn’t skip when you travel to Morocco. It a mountain village painted in 100 shades of blue. In addition, the city is located in the Rif Mountains and every corner has its own kind of blue. This Morocco cities is unique

After breakfast, you can hang out in the boldly-hued medina, which dates from the 15th century, and stop for a mint tea on Plaza Outa el-Hammam. As the sun goes down, walk up the path to the abandoned Spanish Mosque (a 20-30 minute stroll) to take in views of the city and the mountains.

Indeed, Chefchaouen is the pearl city of Morocco. 1 day is not enough for a stay in this lovely city.

Day 4: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes
Day 4: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes

Getting from Chefchaouen to Fes is about 4-hour ride along a beautiful route. You really see the countryside of Morocco, which is great to see besides the big cities. However, before getting to Fes, you stop in Meknes to see Volubilis and some interesting places.

Volubilis is a great landmark in Morocco. It was founded by the Berber people in the 3rd century BC. After the fall of Carthage, the city became part of Mauretania. However, in 25 BC, King Juba II was placed on the throne and began building his royal capital at Volubilis. Despite his Berber ancestry, Juba was married to the daughter of Mark Antony and Cleopatra, and his tastes were distinctly Roman. The city’s public buildings (including a forum, a basilica and a triumphal arch) reflect the architectural styles of Roman cities across Europe.

Days 5: Fes - Exploring the Imperial City and medieval Medina
Days 5: Fes - Exploring the Imperial City and medieval Medina

Fes is the cultural city of Morocco. It is the oldest surviving city in the world and contains the oldest and the first university in the world. It is the Quranic university called al-Qarawiyyin. Founded in 859 AD, al-Qarawiyyin still receives students up today. It is rich in terms of history and monuments. Your tours in Morocco should include Fes.

After breakfast, you start your guided tour to explore the city. You explore both medina quarters, Fes el Bali and Fes el Jdid with a guide. You walk in the narrow alleys of Talâa Kebira and through the old souks (markets). Finally, will visit also the Chouara Tannery and its many dye-filled stone pots, where the men at work use centuries-old techniques.

Day 7: Traveling from Fez to Ifran, Ziz Valley, and Merzouga
Day 7: Traveling from Fez to Ifran, Ziz Valley, and Merzouga

In the sixth day of your Morocco tour, you will head to Merzouga. Merzouga is a town on the edge of the Sahara Desert in Morocco. From here, it is about one hour drive to your lux camp where you will be staying for the night. However, before getting to Merzouga, you cross Azrou, Ifran, Midelt, Erfoud, and then Merzouga.

You stop first in Ifran and Azrou. The Cedar forest of Azrou is attractive. You will see wild monkeys and you can take pictures. After that, you continue your way to Midelt where you will have lunch. When you get to Erfoud, known for fossil mining, you can stop to meet local artisans before continuing onto Erg Chebbi. Erg Chebbi is an extensive complex of sand dunes that shift and travel depending on the changing wind. When you reach Merzouga, it’s time for a camel ride through the dunes of Erg Chebbi. On the way, you watch the most beautiful sunset in your life where the color of the sky mixes with the color of sands. After one hour ride, you get to your lux camp and you spend your night under the starry sky.

Indeed, camel ride and desert camping is the most popular activities in the Sahara.

Day 7 – Sunrise in the Sahara desert and travel to Todra Georges
Day 7 – Sunrise in the Sahara desert and travel to Todra Georges

In the 7th day of your Morocco tour, you will be woken up early after a great evening with music and dinner to see the sunrise. After the sunrise, breakfast will be served. Then your camel ride adventure will begin via the Sahara Desert. Camels will take you back to Merzouga.

You ride your car again to carry on your 10 days tour from Casablanca. Heading to Boumalne Dades as your place to sleep on your way to Marrakech. You will visit a lot of sights on your way to Boumalne Dades. You will stay in one of the best Kasbahs before you leave the next day to Ait Ben Haddou and Ouarzazate.

Day 8: Dades Valley, Ouarzazate, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, Marrakech
Day 8: Dades Valley, Ouarzazate, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, Marrakech

On the 8th day of the tour, you will be visiting Ait Ben Haddou and visiting one of the highest points in the Atlas mountains. Ait Ben Haddou is a UNESCO World Heritage site that dates to the 11th century. The village is composed of so many Kasbahs that served in various Hollywodd movies. After lunch you leave Ait Ben Haddou to Marrakech via the twists and turns of Tizi N’tichka. The views from up there are spectacular. By the end of the day, you will arrive in Marrakech, Probably ready to dip in a pool. Overnight at your Riad in Marrakech. Finally, the tour from Ait Ben Haddou to Marrakech is amazing.

Day 9: Marrakech: city tour
Day 9: Marrakech: city tour

Marrakech is a great city to end your travel in Morocco. After breakfast, you meet our guide who will take you in a Marrakech city tour. You will explore the best places like Koutoubia minaret, Majorelle Garden, and Saadian tombs. Then, you will have lunch is some local restaurants before you continue your tour. As the sun goes down, you’ll want to be near the main square of Jemaa el-Fna as it comes alive with musicians, performers, snake charmers, and food vendors.

Indeed, Marrakech will captivate you. You will never forget this beautiful city.

Day 10 – End of 10 days tour from Casablanca

your 10 days tour from Casablanca is over. You will be having your last delicious Moroccan breakfast before flying home from Marrakech, or Casablanca International airport.


  • Fuel & parking
  • Local guides
  • Multilingual driver/guide
  • Pick up and drop off from Airport/Hotel/Riad
  • Comfortable air-conditioned 4×4/minibus vehicle
  • 3 dinners in the desert
  • Breakfasts
  • Flight tickets & visa
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips to guide and driver

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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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