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7 Days Tour from Casablanca to Marrakech

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This 7 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech takes in all the country’s most iconic sights. Travel by comfortable private vehicle between cities and enjoy guided tours of key sites like the Hassan II Mosque, UNESCO-listed Fes el Bali Medina, and Ait Benhaddou. With an expert local guide at your side, learn about Moroccan culture and history as you explore some of the country’s most fascinating places. Along the way, enjoy plenty of time to relax and soak up the unique atmosphere of this beautiful country.

The 7-day tour from Casablanca to Marrakech is an opportunity for you explore the country’s four UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Chefchaouen, Fes and Erg Chebbi as well as its desert landscape that has been documented by satellite imaging dating back 4500 years!

This tour is a great way to experience the best of what Morocco has to offer. You’ll get to explore ancient mosques and medinas, taste delicious Moroccan cuisine, and enjoy some of the most breath-taking scenery in the world. So whether you’re a first-time visitor to Morocco or a seasoned traveller, this tour is sure to leave you with lasting memories.

1. Marrakech

10 days tour from Casablanca-Marrakech

Marrakech is a city in western Morocco. It is the fourth largest city in the country, after Casablanca, Fez and Tangier. The city is known for its large number of mosques and madrasas, as well as its medieval walled Old City. The city was founded in 1062 by Abu Bakr ibn Umar, chieftain and cousin of Almoravid ruler Yusuf ibn Tashfin. The city served as an important caravan stop for traders travelling between Fes and Senegal. In the 12th century, Marrakech became the capital of the Kingdom of the Almohads.

The red walls of the city’s medina (old quarter) and the numerous kasbahs (fortified villages) give Marrakech its nickname of the “Red City” or “Ochre City”. Marrakech is a popular tourist destination and has been ranked by CNN as one of the top tourist destinations in the world. In 2018, Lonely Planet listed Marrakech as the number 1 travel destination in the world.

Some of the places that tourists commonly visit while in Marrakech are the Jemaa el-Fnaa, a square and marketplace in the medina; the Koutoubia Mosque with its 212-foot (65-meter) minaret; and the Saadian Tombs, a 16th-century burial ground for members of the ruling Saadian dynasty. Other popular attractions include Majorelle Garden, a botanical garden created by French artist Jacques Majorelle; the Bahia Palace, a 19th-century palace used by the sultan of Morocco; and the Dar Si Said Museum, housed in a former palace.

Marrakech has a hot semi-arid climate. The city experiences warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. The average high temperature in July is 34°C (93°F), while the average low temperature in January is 8°C (46°F). Marrakech receives little rainfall, averaging just 20 millimetres (0.8 inches) per year.

2. Fez

Fez is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Morocco. The city is home to a number of historical and cultural attractions, as well as a variety of shops and restaurants.

Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Fez include the Medersa Bou Inania, the Fes el-Bali Medina, and the Nejjarine Fountain. Other popular sites include the Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss II, the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque, and the University of Al-Qarawiyyin.

Fez is also a great place to shop for souvenirs and gifts. The city’s markets are full of vendors selling everything from handcrafted goods to traditional Moroccan clothing.

If you’re looking for a place to enjoy some traditional Moroccan cuisine, Fez has plenty of great restaurants to choose from. You can find everything from street food to fine dining in the city.

Whether you’re interested in history, culture, shopping, or food, Fez has something to offer everyone. The city is a must-visit for anyone traveling to Morocco.

3. Chefchaouen


If you’re looking for a unique travel destination, look no further than Chefchaouen. This small city in northwestern Morocco is known for its stunning blue-and-white buildings, which contrast sharply with the surrounding mountains. Chefchaouen is also a great place to enjoy traditional Moroccan food and culture. Here are some of the top tourist attractions in Chefchaouen:

  • The Medina: The Medina is the old city center of Chefchaouen, and it’s full of narrow streets and charming buildings. Be sure to explore the souks (markets) where you can find everything from spices to handmade crafts.
  • The Blue Buildings: One of the most iconic things about Chefchaouen are the blue-painted buildings. You’ll find these all throughout the city, and they make for beautiful photos. If you want to learn more about the history of the blue buildings, be sure to visit the Museum of Moroccan Arts.
  • Ras el Maa Waterfall: Just outside of Chefchaouen is the Ras el Maa waterfall. This is a great spot to enjoy some scenic views and cool off on a hot day. To get there, just follow the signs from the main square.
  • Chefchaouen Zoo: The Chefchaouen Zoo is home to a variety of animals, including lions, tigers, and monkeys. It’s a great place to take the kids (or the kid at heart).

These are just a few of the top tourist attractions in Chefchaouen. Whether you’re looking to enjoy the city’s unique architecture or experience its culture and cuisine, you’re sure to find something to love about this Moroccan gem.

4. The Desert of Merzouga


The desert of Merzouga is one of the peak sights to see in this 7 days tour from Casablanca. Situated in the southeastern part of the country, it is known for its beautiful sand dunes and its unique ecosystem.

The desert of Merzouga is a great place to visit if you are looking for a unique and exotic experience. There are many activities to do in the desert, such as camel riding, sand boarding, and hiking. You can also just enjoy the quiet beauty of the landscape.

If you are planning on visiting the desert of Merzouga, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, the desert can be very hot during the day, so be sure to bring plenty of water. Second, the sand dunes can be treacherous, so it is important to wear proper footwear. Finally, remember to respect the local culture and customs.

The desert of Merzouga is an amazing place that should not be missed. Whether you are looking for adventure or just want to enjoy the beauty of nature, the desert of Merzouga is a perfect destination.

5. Ait Benhaddou


Ait Benhaddou is a small fortified village located in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. The village has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its well-preserved architecture and history. Ait Benhaddou has been used as a filming location for many movies and TV shows, including Game of Thrones, Gladiator, and Babel.

Despite its small size, Ait Benhaddou is a popular tourist destination. Visitors can explore the ancient buildings, learn about the village’s history, and enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding mountains. There are also many great places to eat and shop in the village.

If you’re planning a trip to Morocco, be sure to add Ait Benhaddou to your itinerary. It’s an unforgettable place that you’ll never forget.

6. The Atlas Studio


Another interesting destination to see in this 7 days tour from Casablanca includes The Atlas Studio. It is one of the most renowned studios in the country. Founded in 2006, by Hicham Ayouch and Reda Zine, it has become known for its quality productions and commitment to telling stories that resonate with worldwide audiences.

The studio has produced a number of successful films, including “The Jewel of the Nile” (1985), “Gladiator” (1985), “Cleopatre”(1999), and “the Kingdom of Heaven” (2005). These films have helped put Moroccan cinema on the map, and have earned the studio a reputation for being at the forefront of new wave worldwide cinema.

The Atlas Studio is also home to a number of up-and-coming filmmakers, who are experimenting with new ways of telling stories. The studio provides a space for international filmmakers to develop their craft, and has helped launch the careers of many of many promising talents.

The Atlas Studio is committed to supporting the growth of Moroccan cinema, and to telling stories that reflect the reality of life in Morocco. With its impressive roster of filmmakers, and its dedication to quality filmmaking, the Atlas Studio is poised to continue its role as a leading force in international cinema.

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  • Trekk camels and camp in the Desert
  • Stroll around the narrow street of Fez
  • Explore the medina of Marrakech and visit Jamaa El Fna
  • Discover exotic markets and souks of Morocco
  • Wander in the blue city of Chefchaouen
  • Explore the Roman ruins in Volubilis and Meknes


Day 1: Casablanca to Chefchaouen (338 km)

Day 1: Casablanca to Chefchaouen (338 km)

Morocco is a country of stunning diversity, from its Atlantic coastlines and snow-capped mountains to its Sahara Desert and vibrant cities.

On this 7 days tour from Casablanca, you will experience some of the best that Morocco has to offer, from the blue city of Chefchaouen to the Sahara Desert. We will start our journey from Casablanca. From there, we will travel to Chefchaouen, making short stops at some of Rabat's most famous monuments along the way.

Once in Chefchaouen, you will explore the Medina, an authentic Moroccan market where you can find everything from spices to souvenirs. Finally, there is an overnight stay in a traditional riad.

Day 2: Free Day to Explore Chefchaouen

Day 2: Free Day to Explore Chefchaouen

On the second day of our tour, you will have a free day to explore Chefchaouen, the blue city.

The blue-painted alleys and buildings are a sight to behold, and there are many highlights to explore including the Stalk, the Akshour Falls, the Kasbah Ethnographic Museum, and the Utah Lhmam Square.

You will also want to explore the Al-Swaiqa District, which is a vibrant and active city center. For the night, we will stay in a traditional Riad, a type of Moroccan guesthouse. This will be a great opportunity to experience some of the local culture and cuisine.

Day 3: Chefchaouen to Fes via Volubilis & Meknes (277 km)

Day 3: Chefchaouen to Fes via Volubilis & Meknes (277 km)

After breakfast at your riad, we will start traveling to Fes via Ouazzan and the Roman site of Volubilis. The journey will take a couple of hours, during which you will have the opportunity to see some of the most well-preserved Roman ruins in Morocco.

Volubilis was once a thriving city of the Roman empire, and its wealth is evidenced by the beautiful mosaics which can still be seen there today. After exploring Volubilis, you will continue on to Meknes. Meknes was once the capital of Morocco under Ismaili rule, and it is home to many notable buildings such as the Bab Mansour gate and the Sahrij Souani granary.

Following the tour of Meknes, we will finally arrive in Fes, where we will spend the rest of your day exploring this ancient city.

Then we continue via highway to Fes. Then there is overnight stay in Fes.

Day 4: Fes Sightseeing Tour

Day 4: Fes Sightseeing Tour

Fes is often referred to as the "spiritual city" of Morocco, and it's easy to see why. The Medina, or old city, is a labyrinth of narrow streets and alleyways, home to a myriad of mosques, madrasas, and other religious sites.

The Al Karaouine Mosque and University is perhaps the most famous of these, as it is the oldest university in the world. Other highlights include the Madrasa Bouanania, the Tanneries, and the Najjarine fountain.

After exploring the Medina in the morning, we will have lunch before heading outside the city walls to see the Royal Palace gate, the Jewish quarter (Mellah), and the pottery cooperative. This tour provides a comprehensive introduction to all that Fes has to offer, both culturally and historically.

Lastly, an overnight accommodation at the same riad.

Day 5: Fes to Merzouga via Ifrane, Azrou & Midelt (470km)

Day 5: Fes to Merzouga via Ifrane, Azrou & Midelt (470km)

After breakfast, we will start traveling south to the Merzouga desert via Midelt and Errachidia.

On this 7 days Tour from Casablanca, your first stop will be in Ifrane city, known as “the Switzerland of Morocco”. On the way to Merzouga via Midlet and the Ziz Valley, you'll experience glimpses of the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains.

Afterward stopping at the famous cedar forest – the largest one in Morocco – where you will have the opportunity to see the Barbarian apes. So you’ll notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the Er Rachidia. The further south you travel, the more pronounced these changes will become until you find yourself in an arid landscape of sand dunes and rocky plateaus. This is the famed Merzouga desert, your final destination on this incredible journey through Morocco.

You'll be greeted by a glass of mint tea and transported on camelback to see the sunset in Morocco's highest sand dunes. You will then spend your night there, overnight at our well-equipped desert camp where you can enjoy dinner among friends or family before bedtime stories are told around an open fire...

Day 6: Sahara Desert to Todra Gorge and Dades Valley

Day 6: Sahara Desert to Todra Gorge and Dades Valley

A camel trek through the Erg Chebbi dunes is an unforgettable experience. Your camel guide will wake you up early in the morning to watch the sunrise, and afterward, you’ll trek back to your departure point appreciating the unique beauty of the dunes.

Along the way, you’ll meet your driver and leave toward Tinghir and Todra gorges – the highest, narrowest gorges in Morocco. Here you’ll have the opportunity to hike along its valley. The experience is one that you won’t soon forget soon.

Then, we will drive through The Dades Valley. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Morocco. The valley is home to a number of sand castles and rock formations, which have been formed over centuries by the wind and water. The most popular attraction in the valley is the Monkey Toes, a group of sandstone pillars that resemble the toes of a monkey.

The Dades Valley is also home to a number of riads, which are traditional Moroccan houses that have been converted into hotels. These riads offer visitors a unique experience, as they are often located in the heart of the gorge

Lastly, an overnight accommodation in a riad or a hotel.

Day 7: Dades Valley to Marrakech via Ait Benhaddou (325km)

Day 7: Dades Valley to Marrakech via Ait Benhaddou (325km)

After breakfast, we'll hit the road and head towards Kalaat Mgouna and Ouarzazate. The route through Dades Valley is appropriately named the way of thousand Kasbahs, providing plenty of opportunity for you to snap some great photos.

We'll make a stop in Kalaat Mgouna, also known as the "rose city", where you can buy some rosewater to bring home. Then it's on to Ouarzazate, nicknamed the "Hollywood of Africa". This city has served as the backdrop for many famous movies and TV shows.

We’ll depart for the Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, the largest of its kind in Morocco. This UNESCO world patrimony site is famous for its role as a backdrop in several films, including 'Lawrence of Arabia', 'Gladiator', and 'Game Of Thrones'. Our journey will continue through the Tizi 'n' Tichka pass (2260 m) over the High Atlas Mountains. Along the way, we'll stop to explore the process of making argan oil at the women's cooperatives. We'll arrive at our accommodation in Marrakech at the end of the day.


  • Hotels & accommodations
  • Multilingual driver/guide
  • Comfortable air-conditioned 4×4/minibus vehicle
  • Pick up and drop off from Airport/Hotel/Riad
  • Fuel & parking
  • Local guides
  • 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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