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8 Days tour from Casablanca | Desert & old cities

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8 days 7 nights

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For those of you who wish to spend your vacations in Morocco, the best tour package has been created. It’s an 8 days tour from Casablanca. You will visit well-known tourist destinations in the south, north, east, central, and western portions of this African country on an 8-day, 7-night vacation. Visits to interesting locations will be made to Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, Fez, Merzouga, and Marrakech.

From Rabat and its Royal tombs and Palaces to Fes, the oldest imperial city and the cultural and spiritual capital of this land with its labyrinth markets and the beautiful colorful souks, to the Sahara desert to experience a camel trek and sleep in a desert camp under the stars, and finally, to Marrakech and its lovely souks, you will travel through the old imperial cities where the authenticity is mixed with modern architecture.

You can experience two very different worlds in one day if you travel from a metropolis to a desert; if you choose, you can go from the hustle of the city to nothing but sand. As you discover previously undiscovered historical trade routes that connect Africa, Asia, and Europe and draw inspiration from numerous Moroccan cultural expressions, you find equilibrium along the way.

We stop at several attractions along the tour so you can occupy your time however you like. Top-notch and bilingual are our drivers. They are also amusing and friendly, and they will introduce you to the people so you may make friends and learn about this country in a more genuine way.

Are you organizing an enjoyable 8-day trip? Here, you can find specially created travel packages that cover a lot of the country.

If you want to have a perfect time, sign up for this 8 days tour from Casablanca. If you enjoy history and culture, consider signing up for one of the Morocco Tours to experience this 8 days tour.

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  • A tour of Morocco's imperial cities with local guides
  • Riding camels in desert and sleeping in Bedouin styled tent
  • Visiting the Ouarzazate film studio
  • High Atlas Mountains excursions
  • Exploring Ait Benhaddou's kasbah and taking in the sights of Marrakech and Fez
  • Consuming traditional cuisine
  • Travelling to distant regions of Morocco.


Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca

Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca

In order to begin your 8 days tour from Casablanca across the commercial center of this amazing country, our driver will meet you at the Mohammed V airport in this city. Due to the its proximity to the nation's primary airport, many tourists utilize Casablanca as the beginning or conclusion of their trip to Morocco. Depending on when you arrive, we might drive you to your hotel before the trip begins.

You'll visit the vibrant city center with its distinctive architectural design as well as the upscale beach resort of Corniche d'Ain Diab. However, the Hassan II Mosque, which is one of Morocco's most magnificent structures due to its genuinely mind-blowing scale, must be included.

Non-Muslim visitors are invited to view this magnificent mosque. King Hassan II built its between 1987 and 1993. More than 25,000 worshippers can pray inside and 80,000 outside in its large area.

Take a leisurely stroll through the historic medina if you want a truly authentic experience. In the old city of Casablanca, it almost seems as though every little street is linked to a narrative. The mosque of Hassan II is located between the port and the city's old center. Going there on foot is like going back in time.

You'll find this one considerably simpler to navigate in compared to other Moroccan towns' old medinas, such as those in Marrakech or Fez. Small stores and a bustling open-air market along the streets of the historic medina. Everything is available there, including mouthwatering Moroccan cuisine, odd antiques, wooden figurines, hand-made soap, and old mementos.

You'll spend the night in a beautiful hotel before you begin your next journey.

Day 2: Casablanca-Rabat the Capital-Fes

Day 2: Casablanca-Rabat the Capital-Fes

On the second day of our 8-day tour from Casablanca? you will discover Rabat. You will explore the Kasbah des Oudaias and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V. Before moving on to Meknes, another Moroccan royal city, which embodies the charm of Morocco. You will stroll around the neighborhood's medina and Bab Mansour Gate and will also witness Lahdim Square, a scaled-down counterpart of Jemaa el-Fna.

Then you go to the adjacent Volubilis Roman Ruins, a large structure that is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. Volubilis was formerly a significant and prosperous Roman city. Then, we relocated to the Royal Palace, the home of the current Royal family.

Finally, you complete your trip to Fez, and the driver from Morocco Travel will drop you off at your lodging. Your lodging is a classic Riad, which is built in the style of historic cities.

Day 3: Fes guided tour

Day 3: Fes guided tour

Following breakfast, you will be greeted by a local guide who will accompany you on a local tour. As we navigate through the historic city, Old Fès feels like going back in time. The city still has its calming tradition of a traditional, old way of life.

Most of these buildings are excellent examples of Moorish architecture. You will see the Bu Inanya mosque, the madrassas (Muslim colleges), Nejarin Square, and the fountain. Additionally, Fes is also known for its traditional crafts, which include leather, ceramics, and metalwork.

Your current location is the handicraft district, where craftsmen who work with leather and ceramics use methods that were painstakingly passed down to them by their great-grandfathers and grandfathers.

The three main areas of the Medina are the Fes el-Bali (old city), Fes Jdid (new city), and Ville Nouvelle (modern city). The Fes el-Bali is the oldest and most genuine part of the Medina. It is a labyrinth of narrow streets and alleys populated with businesses, homes, and factories.

You will next proceed to the tanneries, which have long been important to Fes and Morocco's economies, after visiting the aforementioned locations. The city's numerous tanneries produce a wide variety of leather products that are sold both domestically and internationally. You will have a local guide during your visit because it is challenging to get around the city on your own. However, you can appreciate it later when you have more time.

Our agency will provide a local guide for you to see or learn about in this city. We'll take you to the Merenids' graves in the afternoon so you can take in the picturesque panorama of the Medina. After the tour, our guide will make the short walk to your riad in Fes. Night-time in your hotel.

Day 4: Fes-Ifrane - Ziz Valley-Merzouga desert

Day 4: Fes-Ifrane - Ziz Valley-Merzouga desert

Early in the 4th morning of our 8 days tour from Casablanca, you continue your trip to the Merzouga Desert. Ifrane will be your first stop. Known as Switzerland, a country in the Swiss Alps. slick, clean, and well-organized.

The Cedar Tree Forest of Azrou, which is home to a kind of ape known as the Barbary apes, is located a few kilometers from the city. Before you get back on the road again, you will get a moment to enjoy yourself with the monkeys.

Your next stop will be in Midelt, the city of apples. You will eat lunch in this lovely city before continuing your journey via the Atlas Mountains down the Ziz Valley to the city of Er-Rachidia, which serves as the gateway to the southern regions of Morocco and the desert. You'll travel further south by way of the Ziz Mountains, which are dotted with palm tree groves and Berber villages.

You will arrive in Erfoud, the last city before you reach your main destination, the Merzouga Desert, where fossils dating back thousands of years can be found. In Merzouga, you shall arrive at the Erg Chebbi dunes. Before you begin your journey by camel ride to your camp inside the dunes, please stop by your hotel on the dunes' edge.

Then, after arriving at the amazing sand dunes of this desert (Erg-Chebbi), you'll begin your camel-tracking journey to a desert camp by navigating the magnificent, uncommon orange sand dunes.

This is a wonderful chance to feed your spirit while seeing the sunset amidst the sand dunes. The evenings and dinner will be spent at camp, where you may enjoy stargazing and native music played on drums.

Day 5: Merzouga-Rissani-Erfoud-Todra Gorges-Dades Valley

Day 5: Merzouga-Rissani-Erfoud-Todra Gorges-Dades Valley

Today, as you go from the desert to Dades, your first stop will be in the town of Rissani, which used to be one of the first places where gold and slaves were traded. The city is also a significant commercial hub thanks to its crowded souks and local markets.

You'll take a stroll through the Souks and take in the authentic way of life that this tiny city has to offer. Then, you continue toward Tinghir, a former trading location for the caravans many hundreds of years ago.

You will arrive in the Todhga Gorges a few kilometers from the city. A 300-meter-long natural rocky formation made up of canyons that is filled with water that comes from the Anti-Atlas mountains.

Then, in order to reach the country of figs, Dades, you go through a road lined with thousands of Kasbahs. Beautiful scenery along the Dades Valley filled with several dramatic landscapes. You will spend the night close to the Dade Mountains and enjoy a unique view of the green fields filled with numerous fig and walnut trees. Оvernight in Dаdеs Gоrgеs.

Day 6: Dades valley- Ouarzazate-Ait Ben Haddou - Marrakech

Day 6: Dades valley- Ouarzazate-Ait Ben Haddou - Marrakech

On your 8 days tour from Casablanca, you will leave the magnificent Dades Gorges after a delicious breakfast. You will visit the Rose Valley, also known as Kalaat Mgouna, a picturesque city with many rose-derived cosmetic items. This city is well renowned for hosting the annual Rose Flower Festival, which draws lots of tourists and locals who want to take in the music and shop. We'll travel through this lovely city and stop at a rose cooperative so you may shop for a few things.

Following that, you will explore Ouarzazate, the entrance to the Sahara. "Ouarzazate" means "the city without noise" in Berber. The city, however, does not represent anything of that. To start, a lot of visitors travel to the city to visit the Atlas Studios.

For filming in the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou and the Kasbah of Taourirt, which are both situated in the centre of the city of Ouarzazate, many actors come here to rent equipment. At studios like Oscar, you can find a lot of stories about the movies they shot as well as pictures of them. Additionally, toys and cars made of wood were utilised to shoot.

Second, the Kasbah of Taourirt, a labyrinth built by the Glaoui Thami during his rule in the 19th century, is noteworthy in Ouarzazate.

Later, We'll continue to Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has been depicted in movies including "The Man Who Would Be King," "Jewel of the Nile," "Jesus of Nazareth," "The Message," "Lawrence of Arabia," "The Mummy," and "Gladiator." The High Atlas region, notably Telouet and its renowned Kasbah el Glaoui, will be our next stop.

We will stop for lunch at a little Telouet restaurant before travelling down the Tizi-n-Tichka to Marrakech. Just in time for dinner, you will arrive at your Marrakech riad in the evening.

Day 7: Guided visit of Marrakech

Day 7: Guided visit of Marrakech

After breakfast, you'll explore Marrakech, Morocco's fourth-largest city and so-called "red city." Amur n Kush, which in Berber means "land of God," was the previous name of this city. Along with a variety of things to do and places to explore, you will discover many things that will astound you here.

First, we're headed to the Jemaa el-Fna plaza, where you'll be able to take in the live entertainment offered by the crowd and watch it. Some of them perform in the halka street show, where they tell stories or jokes to onlookers.

Additionally, this is where thousands of tourists gather to buy things made in the area. We'll drive you to the Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech's largest mosque, for the second leg of our tour. It shares a sister relationship with the Hassan Tower Mosque in Rabat, Morocco, and the Great Mosque in Seville, Spain.

Then, you'll head to the magnificent garden, which Jack Majorelle created, and which receives more than 850,000 visitors a year, where you can take a leisurely stroll through a calm oasis in the centre of the city at your own pace. Visit the Berber Museum, which is housed in the eye-catching blue villa, to learn more about the Berber people and their fascinating history and culture. You'll also visit the nearby Yves Saint Laurent Museum, which is very adjacent to the park.

Not to mention, the visit of Bahia Palace, an old Ksar (also called a stronghold). The seventh day of the eight-day programme is considered finished when you are dropped off at your lodging. At the same riad, you can have dinner and stay.

Day 8: Transfer to the airport

Day 8: Transfer to the airport

Depending on your flying schedule, today. If you have time, you might spend the afternoon exploring Marrakesh's less well-known areas and eating lunch at a neighborhood eatery before our service concludes with a drive to your airport.

Although this is merely a sample schedule, you are free to change it however you see fit. We are aware that some travelers may find this tour to be difficult. Seniors often opt for slower vacations where they can stay a day or two in each place. If the itineraries we provide don't meet your needs, send us a note detailing what you're looking for, and we'll tailor the trip to meet your needs. The greatest private tours in Morocco are available from us, so you can count on us.

In order to fit the price to your preferences and budget, we also offer premium and standard services, such as lodging in expensive and regular hotels.

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  • Hotels and accommodation
  • Comfortable air-conditioned 4×4/minibus vehicle
  • Multilingual driver English/Spanish/Italian/French
  • Pick up and drop off from Airport/Hotel/Riad
  • Local guides
  • Fuel & parking
  • Dinners in the desert
  • Breakfasts
  • Flight tickets & visa
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Personal expenses

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