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13 Days Tour from Casablanca | A journey to the Heart of Morocco



13 days 12 nights

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Welcome to the enchanting “13 Days Tour From Casablanca,” a remarkable journey that will take you through the diverse landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture of Morocco. Over the course of these 13 days, you’ll explore the bustling streets of Casablanca, venture into the historical treasures of Rabat, immerse yourself in the captivating blue city of Chefchaouen, and journey through the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. You’ll also experience the bustling souks and labyrinthine streets of Fes, marvel at the vast Sahara Desert, and traverse the stunning High Atlas Mountains.

As your adventure unfolds, you’ll discover the secrets of Marrakech’s medina, relax on the golden beaches of Essaouira, and immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of its bustling port. Throughout the journey, you’ll have the opportunity to savor delicious Moroccan cuisine, shop in the colorful souks, and engage in unique cultural experiences.

Our mission is to provide you with an unforgettable and authentic Moroccan experience. We understand that travel can be both exhilarating and exhausting, and that’s why we’ve designed this tour to provide a balance between exploration and relaxation. Our skilled guides and knowledgeable drivers are here to ensure your comfort and safety while giving you the freedom to savor each moment at your own pace.

So, whether you’re an adventurer, a culture enthusiast, a food lover, or a history buff, this 13-day tour is tailored to suit your interests and provide you with a deep understanding of Morocco’s diverse landscapes and rich heritage. From the moment you arrive in Casablanca to the day you bid farewell in Marrakech, this journey promises to be a vibrant brushstroke on your canvas of Moroccan memories. Let’s embark on this incredible voyage together, making every day a new chapter in your story of discovery.

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  • Explore the imperial cities of Morocco like Marrakech, Meknes, Fes,& Rabat
  • Visit the Atlas Mountains and spend a night in a Berber Lodge
  • Trek camels in the Desert and enjoy the dunes
  • Spend a night in a lux desert camp, sing, and dance with Amazigh people
  • Feed and take pictures with the barbary apes in Azrou's forest
  • Explore the famous Kasbahs like Ait Benhaddou and Taourirt
  • Visit Hollywood film locations in Morocco
  • Visit traditional villages, vibrant souks, and many artisans
  • This tour takes you to the heart of Morocco, so be ready for an exciting journey


Day 1: Welcome to Casablanca

Day 1: Welcome to Casablanca

Our adventure begins with your arrival in the vibrant city of Casablanca. Upon landing at the airport, you'll be greeted by our friendly team and whisked away to your designated hotel. If you arrive early, we can also arrange an optional city tour to explore some of the finest attractions in Casablanca. We understand that after a long flight, travelers may experience fatigue, so we intentionally keep this day flexible to cater to your individual needs.

Day 2: Casablanca, Rabat, and Chefchaouen

Day 2: Casablanca, Rabat, and Chefchaouen

Your 13-day tour from Casablanca begins in earnest, with the day's focus on exploring the historical and cultural treasures of Casablanca, Rabat, and Chefchaouen.

Kickstart your day by immersing yourself in the timeless beauty of Rabat's Kasbah of the Udayas (Kasbah des Oudaias), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From the ancient fortress, savor panoramic views of the vast Atlantic Ocean, meandering through the maze-like, whitewashed streets, and enjoy a moment of serenity in the Andalusian Gardens.

Your adventure continues to the Hassan Tower (Tour Hassan), an intriguingly unfinished minaret dating back to the 12th century. Ascend its summit for breathtaking panoramic vistas of Rabat and its picturesque surroundings.

Next, delve into the historical layers of Chellah, which has evolved from a Roman city into an archaeological site and necropolis. Among the Roman ruins and medieval structures, discover peaceful gardens that offer a serene contrast to the site's rich history.

Make a stop at the Mohammed V Mausoleum, an architectural gem seamlessly blending traditional Moroccan aesthetics with modern design. It serves as the final resting place of King Mohammed V and his two sons, offering a poignant glimpse into Morocco's modern history.

The National Archaeology Museum, located in the heart of the Oudaias Kasbah, invites you to delve into Morocco's ancient past through an extensive collection of artifacts, including ancient pottery, intricate jewelry, and sculpted wonders.

As the afternoon approaches, meander through the bustling Rabat Medina. Navigate its narrow, bustling streets, browse traditional shops, and savor the vibrant flavors of Moroccan street food for lunch.

Later in the day, embark on a scenic drive to Chefchaouen, a journey that promises approximately four hours of captivating landscapes and natural beauty. Arriving in Chefchaouen during the evening, you'll have the opportunity to check in to your hotel and unwind, reflecting on a day filled with cultural exploration and enriching experiences.

Day 3: Discover the Blue City - Chefchaouen

Day 3: Discover the Blue City - Chefchaouen

Your journey with Morocco Travel now transports you to the vivid tapestry of Chefchaouen, a town often lauded as the "Blue Pearl" of Morocco. Nestled serenely within the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen unfolds as a sanctuary of azure-painted edifices and meandering, cobblestone alleys, inviting you to uncover its uniquely enchanting allure.

The first gem on your Chefchaouen sojourn is none other than The Blue Medina, a mesmerizing labyrinth of streets where every dwelling displays its own distinct shade of blue. As you navigate this living masterpiece, it feels as though you've stepped into the heart of an artist's reverie. For those with a penchant for photography, this is an idyllic realm to capture the quintessence of Chefchaouen, where creativity and culture are vividly etched in shades of blue.

Plaza Uta el-Hammam beckons as the animated nucleus of Chefchaouen. Here, you'll find yourself ensconced within the embrace of charming cafes, alluring restaurants, and vibrant boutiques. It's the ideal haven to unwind, savor the aromas of Moroccan mint tea, and absorb the vivacious local ambiance. Be it people-watching or simply relishing the spirited atmosphere, this plaza embodies an authentic Moroccan experience.

As you delve deeper into Chefchaouen's rich history and culture, the Kasbah Museum emerges. Nestled within the historical Kasbah, it serves not only as a formidable fortress but also as a repository of the town's heritage. Here, you'll embark on a journey through the annals of Chefchaouen, delving into its history, culture, and the intricacies of its traditional crafts. Ascending the Kasbah's tower, you'll be rewarded with a panoramic spectacle of the blue medina, an opportunity to marvel at the town's picturesque beauty from an elevated perspective.

Beyond the medina's confines lies the beguiling neighborhood of Ras El-Ma, renowned for its natural spring and the gentle melodies of small waterfalls. It's a tranquil sanctuary where locals gather to launder their garments, offering you a glimpse into the rhythms of daily life in Chefchaouen. Here, you can immerse yourself in the town's authentic charm, an oasis of serenity amidst vibrant streets.

For an awe-inspiring panorama, embark on a brief hike to the Spanish Mosque. This vantage point unfurls a sweeping, panoramic vista of Chefchaouen and its breathtaking environs. It's an especially enchanting locale to witness the golden embrace of sunset casting its warm hues upon the landscape.

As you traverse the town, don't miss the vibrant tapestry of local markets, where a kaleidoscope of handicrafts, textiles, aromatic spices, and bountiful produce entice your senses. Bargaining is not merely customary here; it's a cherished part of the experience. Engage with local artisans, negotiate prices, and depart with unique souvenirs, tokens of your sojourn in Chefchaouen.

For a more tranquil and intimate ambiance, seek solace at Outa el Hammam Square. This petite enclave offers a serene respite, where you can unwind, contemplate, and revel in the essence of Chefchaouen amidst a quieter setting.

Chefchaouen is a town that invites you to immerse yourself in its vibrant blues, its rich cultural tapestry, and its serene, timeless beauty. Whether you're meandering through the enchanting medina, gazing upon panoramic vistas from the Kasbah, or negotiating the lively markets, each moment promises to be a vibrant brushstroke on your ever-evolving canvas of Moroccan memories.

Day 4: Chefchaouen, Volubilis, Meknes, and Fes

Day 4: Chefchaouen, Volubilis, Meknes, and Fes

On the fourth day of your 13-day tour from Casablanca, you'll embark on an exciting journey from the enchanting town of Chefchaouen to the vibrant city of Fes, with captivating stops along the way.

Your first stop is at Volubilis, an ancient Roman city and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Roaming among its well-preserved ruins, you'll encounter remnants of temples, basilicas, triumphal arches, and Roman houses adorned with intricate mosaics. Volubilis stands as one of the most impressive Roman archaeological sites in North Africa, offering a fascinating glimpse into the region's ancient past.

Next, you'll arrive in Meknes, where the magnificent Bab Mansour awaits. This grand gate serves as one of the primary entrances to the old city of Meknes and stands as a stunning example of Moroccan architecture. Its intricate tilework and calligraphy make it a true masterpiece, leaving travelers in awe of its beauty.

Just a short distance from Bab Mansour, you'll visit Lahdim Square, a bustling hub of activity in Meknes. This large square is surrounded by cafes, shops, and the main market (souk), where you can immerse yourself in local culture and find an array of Moroccan handicrafts and spices.

Exploring further, you'll visit Heri es-Souani, also known as the Granaries of Moulay Ismail. This site is a testament to the ambitious projects undertaken by Sultan Moulay Ismail, featuring massive underground grain stores and stables that showcase impressive engineering feats.

The Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail is another significant stop, serving as the final resting place of the powerful sultan. Its interior is beautifully decorated and is considered a sacred place, offering travelers a moment of reflection and reverence.

Finally, as the day turns into evening, you'll conclude your journey in Fes, where you'll spend the night. This itinerary, from Meknes to Volubilis and then to Fes, provides a rich tapestry of historical and cultural experiences for travelers on this 13-day tour from Casablanca.

Day 5: Exploring Fes with a private guide

Day 5: Exploring Fes with a private guide

On the fifth day of your 13-day tour from Casablanca, you'll explore the fascinating city of Fes, delving into its rich history, culture, and vibrant atmosphere.

Your day begins with a visit to Fes el-Bali, the Old Medina. This UNESCO-listed site is one of the world's largest car-free urban areas, a true labyrinth of narrow streets that lead to bustling markets, ancient mosques, and traditional riads. The vibrant quarter is a sensory journey through time, where the air is filled with the scents of spices, the echoes of craftsmen, and the whispers of history.

Within Fes el-Bali, you'll find the magnificent Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and University. Founded in the 9th century, it stands as one of the world's oldest universities and the largest mosque in Fes. The architectural marvel of this sacred space, adorned with intricate details and beautiful craftsmanship, is a testament to the enduring spiritual and academic legacy of Fes.

Continuing your exploration, the Bou Inania Madrasa beckons with its exquisite Islamic architecture. This renowned Islamic school is celebrated for its intricate tilework, carved stucco, and a tranquil courtyard that offers a moment of respite in the bustling medina. Nearby, the Attarine Madrasa captivates with its intricate designs, beautiful woodwork, and mesmerizing tile patterns. It's a true masterpiece of Moroccan craftsmanship.

Passing through the monumental Bab Bou Jeloud, the main entrance to the old city, you'll be greeted by its striking blue and green mosaic tilework. Beyond this gate lies the pulsating heart of Fes el-Bali, where the city's rich heritage and traditions come to life.

For a deeper appreciation of Moroccan arts and crafts, visit the Dar Batha Museum. Housed in a former palace, it showcases ceramics, textiles, woodwork, and other artifacts, offering insights into the region's traditional craftsmanship.

For panoramic views of the city, ascend to the Merenid Tombs perched atop a hill. The hike is rewarded with breathtaking vistas of Fes and its surrounding landscapes, offering a unique perspective on the city's layout and historical significance.

Finally, you will have the opportunity to visit Fes Ceramic/Poterie factory, where artisans create intricate ceramic pieces using traditional techniques and designs passed down through generations. Guided tours provide a fascinating insight into the artistic processes that have defined Moroccan ceramics for centuries.

Fes is a city that offers an unparalleled journey through history, art, and culture. Its myriad of attractions and the labyrinthine charm of its medina invite you to immerse yourself in the essence of Morocco, making it an unforgettable destination for travelers on this 13-day tour from Casablanca.

Day 6: Fes, Ifrane, Azrou, Merzouga

Day 6: Fes, Ifrane, Azrou, Merzouga

On the sixth day of your Morocco adventure, you will leave the historic city of Fes behind and embark on a captivating journey to the Sahara Desert in Merzouga. The drive promises an ever-changing landscape as you traverse through the heart of Morocco.

The first stop of the day will be in Ifrane, often referred to as the "Switzerland of Morocco" due to its European-style architecture and picturesque surroundings. Here, you can take a leisurely stroll through the immaculate streets and visit Al Akhawayn University, making it a charming start to your day.

The adventure continues into the Cedar Forest of Azrou, nestled amidst the Middle Atlas Mountains. These ancient cedar trees, some over five centuries old, stand tall like ancient sentinels, casting a peaceful and majestic aura over the area. Don't forget to keep your cameras ready; the forest is also home to Barbary macaques, an endangered species of monkey that you might encounter.

Continuing through the scenic Middle Atlas region, you'll pass through small Berber villages and towns. This route will eventually lead you to the stunning Ziz Valley, known for its lush palm groves and fertile oasis. The contrast between the arid desert landscape and the vibrant greenery of the valley is striking.

Your journey unfolds as you approach the captivating Merzouga, located at the edge of the Sahara Desert. Upon arrival, you'll check in to your desert camp. Here, you'll have the opportunity to experience the beauty and tranquility of the Sahara.

In the late afternoon, a unique and awe-inspiring adventure awaits: a camel trek into the desert. You'll ride your camel through the shifting dunes of Erg Chebbi as the sun sets, casting the desert into a palette of warm colors. This magical experience allows you to soak in the solitude and serenity of the vast Sahara Desert, providing an authentic connection to the land.

As night falls, you'll arrive at your desert camp. Surrounded by the vast sand dunes, you'll enjoy a traditional Moroccan dinner under the starry desert sky. This is an experience like no other, as you savor local cuisine and listen to traditional music around a campfire. The silence and tranquility of the desert offer a deep sense of peace and wonder.

After an evening of storytelling, music, and stargazing, you'll retire to your comfortable desert tent, equipped with modern amenities to ensure a restful night's sleep. With the desert's peacefulness as your backdrop, you'll be immersed in a truly unforgettable Sahara experience.

Day 7: Merzouga to Dades Valley - The Road of a Thousand Kasbahs

Day 7: Merzouga to Dades Valley - The Road of a Thousand Kasbahs

As the sun illuminates the Sahara Desert, you'll prepare to embark on another exciting day of your 13 days tour from Casablanca.

Your journey commences with a drive to Rissani, a town brimming with history and culture. There, you'll explore the bustling market and traditional souks, offering an authentic glimpse into daily life. The Mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif, founder of the Alaouite dynasty, adds a regal touch to your visit.

Venturing through the enchanting Valley of Roses, you'll be captivated by the vibrant hues, especially if you're lucky to visit during the rose harvest season in April and May. Continuing on to the Skoura Oasis, you'll be charmed by the lush palm groves and traditional mud-brick kasbahs, a testament to the harmonious coexistence of nature and human culture.

Your journey takes you next to the Todgha Gorge, a natural wonder where towering cliffs and a meandering river create a spectacular sight. You'll have the opportunity for a leisurely walk along the canyon floor, allowing the enormity of these geological marvels to sink in.

The town of Tinerhir, nestled at the base of the High Atlas Mountains, provides a glimpse into local life. Explore its vibrant market and take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes, where the rugged beauty of the mountains meets the serenity of the valleys.

Continuing along the route, you'll enter the Dades Valley, renowned as the "Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs." This breathtaking landscape features stunning rock formations, verdant oases, and traditional fortified kasbahs that stand as timeless sentinels.

The Dades Gorges will undoubtedly be the showstopper of your day. Sheer cliffs, winding roads, and panoramic views will leave you in awe as you drive through this natural masterpiece, offering countless opportunities for photographers to capture the beauty of the landscape.

Finally, your journey for the day culminates in Ouarzazate, a city steeped in history and culture. Explore the Taourirt Kasbah, a historical fortress that once served as the residence of the Glaoui family. The kasbah's intricate architecture and beautifully decorated interiors are nothing short of mesmerizing.

As you stroll through Ouarzazate's old town, you'll become immersed in the local culture. Traditional souks, bustling with life, will invite you to explore and discover the handicrafts and local products that make this city so unique.

Day 8: Ouarzazate to Imlil - Exploring the High Atlas Mountains

Day 8: Ouarzazate to Imlil - Exploring the High Atlas Mountains

Another day of exploration begins as you bid farewell to the desert landscapes of Ouarzazate and set your sights on the majestic High Atlas Mountains during your 13 days tour from Casablanca.

Your journey from Ouarzazate to Imlil offers a diverse tapestry of landscapes, each more captivating than the last. Departing Ouarzazate, you'll embark on a remarkable transformation from arid plains to lush mountain terrain.

Your first stop is the Cinema Studio, where you can witness the magic of filmmaking and explore the sets that have brought countless movies to life. It's a place where cinematic history mingles with the present, providing a unique glimpse behind the scenes.

Next, you'll visit the ancient fortified ksar of Aït Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site. As you meander through its maze-like alleys, the earthen architecture weaves tales of ancient trade routes and cinematic history. This is a place where caravans once rested, and where movies like "Gladiator" and "Game of Thrones" brought the past to life.

Continuing your journey, you'll come across the Telouet Kasbah. This historical gem, perched amidst rugged landscapes, was once the residence of the Glaoui family, showcasing their wealth and influence. Explore its ornate rooms, each a testament to a bygone era.

Crossing the High Atlas Mountains via the scenic Tizi n'Tichka Pass, you'll find yourself amidst dramatic vistas. The winding roads offer breathtaking views of valleys and peaks, inviting you to stop and savor the panoramas. The air is crisp, and the majesty of the mountains is sure to leave you awe-inspired.

Passing through the picturesque village of Moulay Brahim, you'll have the opportunity to admire the famous shrine and breathtaking views of Mount Toubkal, North Africa's highest peak. The scenery is a magical blend of mountains and valleys, painting a picture of serene beauty.

At long last, you'll arrive in the welcoming village of Imlil, nestled within the embrace of the High Atlas Mountains. Surrounded by terraced fields and the ever-present mountain peaks, Imlil serves as a gateway to the Toubkal National Park. Here, tranquility reigns supreme, offering a respite from the bustle of modern life.

Your arrival in Imlil marks the end of a day filled with diverse landscapes.

Day 9: Imlil to Marrakech

Day 9: Imlil to Marrakech

As the sun graces the High Atlas Mountains with its morning light, you'll bid adieu to the tranquility of Imlil, embarking on the next leg of your 13 days tour from Casablanca. Today's journey promises to be a delightful adventure, taking you through the charming villages of Asni, Sidi Brahim, the Ourika Valley, and the picturesque Setti Fadma.

You begin your day by descending from the heights of the High Atlas Mountains, where the landscapes continue to awe with their ever-changing beauty. The journey itself becomes a visual feast, showcasing the remarkable diversity of Morocco's geography.

Your first stop is the scenic village of Asni, nestled amidst the mountains. Here, you can immerse yourself in the rhythm of traditional Amazigh life. Take in the views of the rugged terrain, and perhaps explore the local market, where unique handicrafts and artisanal products await your discovery.

Next, continue your journey to Ourika Valley, celebrated for its lush greenery and traditional Berber villages. The terraced fields, against the backdrop of towering peaks, paint a picturesque scene. Take time to explore the valley's charms, learn about its rich agricultural heritage, and be enchanted by the soothing waterfalls that grace the landscape.

Your journey then leads you to Setti Fadma, a hidden gem nestled in the High Atlas Mountains. Nature takes center stage here, with meandering streams, verdant meadows, and a series of cascading waterfalls. Whether you choose to stroll along the riverbanks, cool off in the crystal-clear waters, or simply relax under the shade of walnut and almond trees, Setti Fadma offers a serene escape.

After your exploration of the Ourika Valley and Setti Fadma, you'll make your way to the vibrant city of Marrakech. The transition from the tranquility of the mountains to the bustling city is a captivating contrast, showcasing Morocco's rich diversity.

Upon arriving in Marrakech, you'll have the evening to immerse yourself in the city's vibrant medina, explore its bustling souks, and savor its delectable cuisine. The iconic Jemaa el-Fnaa square, with its street performers, vendors, and dynamic atmosphere, awaits your discovery. As the sun sets, the square transforms into a lively night market, offering a sensory extravaganza of flavors, aromas, and entertainment.

Day 10: Exploring Marrakech - A Journey Through History and Culture

Day 10: Exploring Marrakech - A Journey Through History and Culture

Prepare to embark on a journey through the enchanting city of Marrakech, Morocco, where history, culture, and beauty intertwine to create a tapestry of experiences that will leave you awestruck.

With your dedicated local guide, you'll uncover the secrets of this vibrant metropolis, beginning at the beating heart of the city, Jemaa el-Fnaa. This UNESCO World Heritage site springs to life during the day as you explore the bustling souks and artisan stalls, and it transforms into a mesmerizing spectacle at night, with musicians, storytellers, and enticing food vendors inviting you to partake in the city's vivacious spirit.

Venture deeper into the city's soul, and you'll find the Saadian Tombs, a mesmerizing collection of mausoleums and ornate decorations dating back to the 16th century.

Marvel at the iconic Koutoubia Mosque, the largest in Marrakech, with its stunning minaret soaring over the city's skyline. While non-Muslims cannot enter the mosque, its impressive architecture can be admired from the outside.

One of the highlights of your visit is sure to be the Bahia Palace, an architectural masterpiece from the 19th century. Its intricately decorated rooms, courtyards, and gardens offer a glimpse into the opulence of Moroccan royalty.

As you explore further, you'll discover the remnants of grandeur at El Badi Palace, delve into the history of Islamic scholarship at the Ben Youssef Madrasa, and get lost in the labyrinthine souks where spices, textiles, ceramics, lamps, and other traditional handicrafts await. To enrich your cultural experience, a visit to the historic Jewish Quarter, Mellah, with its rich heritage and synagogues, is a must.

As your day in Marrakech unfolds, you'll save the Majorelle Garden for last. This tranquil oasis, once owned by the French painter Jacques Majorelle, offers an escape into exotic plants, vibrant blue structures, and a museum dedicated to Berber culture. Don't forget to secure your ticket a day in advance to ensure a hassle-free visit.

Marrakech is a city that effortlessly weaves together history, culture, and architecture, creating a colorful tapestry of Moroccan life. As you journey through these captivating places, you'll find yourself immersed in the essence of Marrakech, where each step leads to a new discovery and a deeper appreciation of this remarkable city.

Day 11: From Marrakech to Essaouira - A Seaside Interlude on Your 13 Days Tour from Casablanca

Day 11: From Marrakech to Essaouira - A Seaside Interlude on Your 13 Days Tour from Casablanca

After a delightful breakfast in the vibrant city of Marrakech, it's time to embark on a short but fascinating excursion to the coastal jewel of Essaouira. This charming town on the Atlantic Ocean is a picturesque destination, offering a pleasant contrast to the bustling markets and historic sites you've explored thus far.

The journey to Essaouira is a scenic one, taking approximately 2.5 hours and winding through beautiful landscapes. Along the way, you'll pass through the quaint village of Chichaoua and traverse an enchanting argan tree forest. Your route allows for stops, ideal for capturing the beauty of this diverse landscape in photos and stretching your legs to fully appreciate the sights.

Once you arrive in Essaouira, you'll be drawn to the inviting beach, where the fresh sea breeze and the soothing sound of ocean waves welcome you. The beach is not only a serene place for relaxation but also a hub for various water sports. You can try your hand at windsurfing, kiteboarding, or stand-up paddleboarding, all of which allow you to engage with the refreshing waters of the Atlantic. Alternatively, if you prefer a more leisurely pace, you can bask in the sun on the golden sands, soaking in the breathtaking ocean views.

After your beachside adventures, it's time to explore the historic Medina of Essaouira, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The labyrinthine streets and alleys reveal the town's rich architectural heritage and its vibrant atmosphere. Here, you can immerse yourself in the local culture, admiring the stunning craftsmanship of local artisans and perhaps enjoying a unique shopping experience.

When hunger beckons, savor a delectable seafood lunch at one of the local restaurants. Essaouira is renowned for its seafood offerings, and you can indulge in a range of fresh dishes, from grilled fish to traditional tagines and salads. Many of these restaurants provide outdoor seating with sweeping ocean views, enhancing your dining experience.

After your scrumptious meal, make your way to the bustling Essaouira port. This vibrant hub showcases colorful fishing boats and a lively fish market. Here, you can witness local fishermen as they bring in their daily catch, and watch the fishmongers expertly sell an array of fresh seafood. The port area also boasts a historic fortification and a lighthouse, both of which offer breathtaking panoramic views of the town and the ocean.

As the late afternoon sun begins its descent, it's time to bid farewell to the seaside charms of Essaouira and journey back to Marrakech. The return drive, lasting approximately 2.5 hours, allows you to unwind and relish the splendid scenery once more. This one-day round trip offers a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the natural beauty and cultural richness of Essaouira during your 13 days tour from Casablanca.

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Day 12: Marrakech at Your Own Pace - A World of Experiences

Day 12: Marrakech at Your Own Pace - A World of Experiences

With a refreshed spirit and the memories of Essaouira's coastal allure still in your heart, today's agenda offers you a chance to relish Marrakech at your leisure. This bustling city is a tapestry of experiences, blending history, culture, and commerce, and you have the freedom to choose your own adventure. Here are some enticing options for how to spend your day:

- Shopping Extravaganza: Marrakech is renowned for its vibrant souks, or markets. These bustling bazaars offer a kaleidoscope of goods, from textiles to spices, and handmade crafts. Spend your morning or afternoon strolling through the labyrinthine lanes, engaging with local vendors, and haggling for unique treasures that will serve as mementos of your journey.

- Moroccan Cooking Class: Delve into the secrets of Moroccan cuisine through a cooking class led by local chefs. This hands-on experience allows you to prepare delicious Moroccan dishes and immerse yourself in the flavors of this remarkable cuisine.

- Immerse in Souk Adventures: Get lost in the labyrinth of Marrakech's souks once more, this time on a more relaxed and exploratory note. As you meander through the lively atmosphere and vibrant stalls, you can continue to uncover unique souvenirs, spices, textiles, and handicrafts that beckon you with their colorful displays.

- Indulge in Spa Bliss: After several days of exploration, you might be ready for some pampering. Consider treating yourself to a rejuvenating spa day at one of Marrakech's luxury hammams. Experience traditional treatments such as a scrub with Moroccan black soap and a soothing aromatic massage.

Relax and Recharge: Give your body a break by booking a traditional Moroccan steam bath, known as a hammam. This is the ideal way to unwind and rejuvenate, leaving you feeling refreshed and ready for further adventures.

Discover Marrakech's Gardens: Marrakech boasts a collection of stunning gardens, including the enchanting Jardin Majorelle and the serene Menara Gardens. Take a leisurely stroll through the lush greenery, savoring the tranquility and beauty of these oases in the city.

People-Watching: Marrakech is a city teeming with life and vibrancy. Find a cozy café or restaurant with outdoor seating, and spend some time people-watching. Observe the dynamic mix of locals and fellow tourists as they go about their day in the bustling urban environment.

Photography Expedition: With its vibrant buildings, intricate architecture, and lively streets, Marrakech is a paradise for photographers. Dedicate some time to exploring the city with your camera, capturing its unique and colorful essence.

The day is yours to create the Marrakech experience that resonates most with your interests. As the sun sets, you can reflect on the incredible journey you've had during your 13 days tour from Casablanca, embracing the diversity and richness of Morocco's landscapes and culture.

Day 13: End of 13 days tour adventure

Our memorable 13-day adventure from Casablanca draws to a close. While it brings us joy to see a tour go so smoothly, there's a bittersweet tinge to the farewell. Over these two eventful weeks, we've journeyed together, shared stories, and created bonds. Saying goodbye is never easy.

Today, our driver will accompany you to the airport, marking the end of your incredible journey through Morocco.

As you embark on your homeward voyage, remember the vibrant landscapes, the warmth of the people, and the rich tapestry of experiences you've collected. Until we meet again on another adventure, travel safely and carry the spirit of Morocco with you.


  • Hotels and accommodation
  • Comfortable air-conditioned vehicule
  • Fuel, parking, and all car’s related fees
  • Personal driver
  • Pick up and drop off from Airport/Hotel/Riad
  • Personal local guides
  • Lux camp in the desert
  • Night with Berbers in the Atlas Mountains
  • Camel trekking
  • Breakfasts
  • 3 dinners in the desert, Ouarzazate, & Imlil
  • Drinks
  • Flight tickets & visa
  • Personal expenses
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums (cheap)
  • Tips to guide and driver (optional)

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What an exciting 13 days tour!

Thrilled with Morocco Travel's immersive 13-day journey starting from Casablanca! Our guide, Hassan, not only shared insights but made history truly fascinating. The accommodations were a delightful surprise—boutique hotels with local charm, blending comfort with authenticity. A special shoutout to our driver, Said, whose friendly demeanor and local anecdotes added an extra layer to the journey. Morocco Travel curated an enchanting experience, balancing exploration and relaxation seamlessly. Highly recommend for those seeking a unique and enriching adventure in Morocco!
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