7 days 6 night
Morocco is a country located in North Africa that is known for its rich culture and history. You can expect to find an exotic mix of Arabic, Berber, and European influences. The country is also home to some of the most breath-taking scenery in the world. A 7 days tour from Marrakech is the perfect way to experience all that this fascinating country has to offer.
The trip will start in Marrakech. Just outside of the city lies Ksar Ait Benhaddou a UNESCO World Heritage site. This former caravan stop is a must-see for its well-preserved architecture and beautiful setting.
Next, you head to Ouarzazate, then to Dades Gorges and Todra Gorges. These stunning river canyons are popular hiking destinations that offer dramatic views of the rugged Moroccan landscape. You will later travel to Merzouga Desert for a once-in-a-lifetime experience – a camel trek across the Erg Chebbi Dunes. Here, you can explore more of this vast and empty landscape.
After that, it’s off to Erfoud to see the fossilized coral reefs before continuing on to Midelt and Ifrane. The next stop is Fes, where you’ll explore the medieval medina and see the world’s oldest university. From there, it’s on to Volubilis, an ancient Roman site, and Meknes, a beautiful city flanked by high walls. Finally, the trip ends with visits to Rabat and Casablanca before returning to your final destination, Marrakech.
On this day, the driver will pick you up from your hotel/airport and your 7 days tour from Marrakech will start. You will drive towards Dades Gorges and you will pass through the famous Tizi-N-Tichka pass.
The pass is one of the most scenic routes in the High Atlas mountains and it is located at an elevation of 2260 meters. The road winds its way through a series of switchbacks.
Along the way, you will enjoy beautiful landscapes with a variety of colours. You will cross several Berber villages which will provide you an opportunity to experience the traditional culture of Morocco.
Later, you will arrive at Ait Benhaddou. From its stunning desert landscapes to its rich cultural heritage, Ait Benhaddou has something for everyone.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is a large fortified city that was once an important stop on the caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech.
Today, it's a popular spot for photographers and filmmakers, as it has been used as a set for many famous movies, including Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiator.
For breathtaking views of the village and its surroundings, head to the top of the Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou. This ancient fortification offers panoramic views of the Sahara Desert, the Atlas Mountains, and the berber houses below.
After launch, you will continue your tour to Ouarzazate. If you're interested in learning about its history, be sure to visit the Taourirt Kasbah. This former palace is now a museum that houses a collection of traditional Moroccan art and artifacts.
Next, you can visit the cinema studio. A popular film studio used by many famous Hollywood producers. However, before reaching your final destination, you will cross many berber villages and local markets.
Overnight stay in Dades Valley.
The Dades valley is located in the south eastern part of Morocco, and is known for its stunning scenery and interesting rock formations. The valley is home to a number of small villages and the area is popular with tourists who come to enjoy the walking and hiking trails.
After breakfast, you will explore this valley. With your driver, you will drive through the valley until reaching the famous Todra Gorges.
Todra Gorges are one of Morocco's most popular tourist destinations. They are located in the High Atlas Mountains and offer stunning views of the surrounding scenery.
It is a canyon carved out by the Todra River and is about 10 kilometers long. It features towering cliffs, amazing views, and a variety of hiking trails.
The Gorges are also a great place for wildlife watching, as the canyon is home to a variety of animals including Barbary macaques, eagles, and vultures. The Todra River is a popular spot for fishing, and the canyon is a great place to cool off during the hot summers.
Afterwards, you will visit Erfoud. It is a town near the Moroccan Sahara Desert and the Atlas Mountains. It is known for its date palm groves and sandy dunes.
Overnight stay in Merzouga Village.
After breakfast, you will leave for exploring the famous Merzouga Desert on a 4x4 vehicle. You will visit the different villages there and learn about their nomadic lifestyles. You will have this great opportunity to interact with the locals there.
You will also visit the famous Rissani Market. The city serves as a gate to the Sahara Desert, as it is located just south of the Atlas Mountains.
In the evening, you will explore the famous Erg Chebbi Dunes of Merzouga Desert. It is a 26-kilometer long dune field located in the Sahara Desert near Merzouga, in southeastern Morocco. The highest dune, at over 350 meters tall, is called "The Camel's Hump".
Erg Chebbi is notable for its striking orange-hued sand; the result of high iron content in the underlying bedrock. The dunes are a popular tourist destination, and many visitors come to experience camel treks across the Sahara.
Despite its remote location, Erg Chebbi is home to a number of animal species, including Barbary sheep, desert monitor lizards, and spiny-tailed lizards. The area is also an important stopover for migratory birds.
You will also experience the most beautiful sunset of your life as you trek camels to reach your camps in the middle of the desert. It is One of the most stunning and beautiful natural phenomena.
The colors that are created as the sun sets are unlike any other, and the way that they reflect off of the sand is truly mesmerizing. The sky becomes a deep orange, red, and purple, and the sand glows in shades of gold. There is something calming and peaceful about watching the sun set in a desert, and it is an experience that everyone should have at least once in their lifetime.
Overnight stay in a luxury camp at the desert.
Today, your 7 days tour from Mrrakech will continue to another historical city in Morocco. You will wake up earlier in the morning to watch the sunrise before starting your journey.
The beauty of sunrise in the desert is incomparable to anywhere else in the world. As the sun's rays first peek over the horizon, the entire landscape is bathed in a warm, golden light. The shadows stretch out long and thin, and the sand takes on a reddish hue. It's as if the entire world is holding its breath, waiting for the day to begin. For a few brief moments, everything is calm and still. But then the wind picks up and the sand starts to swirl. The moment is gone as quickly as it came, but the memory of it will stay with you forever.
After breakfast, you trek camels again for almost one 1 hour to reach the village of Merzouga where you will meet your driver. Then, you will start another exciting journey.
In this day, you will travel through these locations:
Erfoud is a Moroccan town and an important tourist destination in the Sahara Desert. The town is home to several fossil-rich sites and is known for its handicrafts made from fossilized marble.
Midelt, a Moroccan town located in the middle of the Atlas Mountains. The town is a gateway to the Sahara Desert and is known for its cedar forests.
Ifrane is a Moroccan town and ski resort located in the Atlas Mountains.
Azrou, a Moroccan town located in the Atlas Mountains. It is known for its handicrafts, which include pottery, jewelry, and carpets.
Finally, you arrive at Fes by the evening. Overnight stay in Fes.
This whole day is dedicated to exploring the whole of Fes as much as possible.
After breakfast, you will leave the hotel and get lost in the beauty of this city with your local guide.
Fes is the scientific capital of Morocco and one of the four Imperial Cities. The city is home to the oldest university in the world, University of Al-Karaouine, as well as a number of other historic sites. It is an important cultural and religious center and you will find there numerous mosques, madrasas (Islamic schools), and fountains.
Some of the most popular tourist attractions to visit include the Medersa Bou Inania, the University of Al-Karaouine, the Nejjarine Fountain, and the Mausoleum of Moulay Idris II.
Within the walls of the medina hide thousands of narrow streets and alleys that are lined with shops, homes, mosques, and other buildings. It is a labyrinth that you will enjoy to discover.
You will also visit the Jewish Mellah here. It is the former Jewish quarter that was established in the 15th century and Jews lived there in peace with Muslims. Next to Mellah, you will find tanneries which is a landmark of the Moroccan craftsmanship.
Dinner and overnight stay at Fes.
After breakfast, you will leave for Casablanca. Along the way, you will make several stops. The first one is in Volubilis.
Volubilis contains some of the best-preserved Roman ruins in North Africa and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It Volubilis were first excavated in the 18th century CE and the site has since been extensively excavated and is now a popular tourist destination.
The site includes a number of public buildings, such as a basilica, a triumphal arch, and several temples. It has also a number of private residences, many of which are decorated with mosaics.
The ruins of Volubilis offer a rare glimpse into the everyday life of a prosperous Roman city. The site is a must-see for anyone interested in Roman history or archaeology.
Next stop is Meknes. The city is home to many historical landmarks, such as the Medina, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, and the Royal Palace.
The city is known for its Medina, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a walled city and it is full of narrow streets and alleyways. There are many shops and stalls selling a variety of goods.
The Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail is another popular tourist attraction. It is the tomb of the founder of the Almoravid dynasty.
Our next stop is Rabat. It is not only the capital of Morocco, but also a city with a long and rich history. It is a modern city with a thriving economy, but it is still possible to find vestiges of the past throughout the city.
Some of the most popular tourist attractions to see there include the Kasbah of the Udayas, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, and the Hassan Tower.
Finally, you arrive at Casablanca. Dinner and overnight stay.
This is the last journey of your 7 days tour from Marrakech. After breakfast, you set out to explore this amazing city.
Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and one of the busiest ports in the world. Located on the Atlantic Ocean, it is also the commercial and industrial center of the country. Despite its modernity, Casablanca has a rich history dating back to Phoenician times.
Today, Casablanca is a bustling metropolis with a population of over four million people. The city is home to many different cultures and religions, making it a truly cosmopolitan place.
You will find plenty to see and do, from exploring the city’s fascinating Old Town to soaking up the sun on one of its many beaches.
If you’re looking for a taste of the real Morocco, then Casablanca is the perfect destination. From its bustling souks to its atmospheric medina, this city has something for everyone.
Finally, after lunch, you drive to Marrakech, where you will end your tour. After 3 hours drive, we will reach Marrakech and the driver will drop you off at either the airport or at your hotel.
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