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Best 12 days tour from Casablanca

(3 Reviews)
  • 12 Days 11 Nights
  • Min People : 1
  • Every Days
  • Min Age : 1+
  • Pickup: Airpot/ Hotel

A 12 days tour from Casablanca is one of the best tours in Morocco for extended vacations. Thanks to this magnificent journey, you will be able to see the greatest cities and the most well-liked tourist attractions. You’re going to have an amazing, action-packed experience. Pack your bags and let us help you plan a lengthy trip to Morocco in 2023! We can arrange 12, less, or more days to fit your vacation schedule. Make a reservation with us to begin your journey without moving.

Departure & Return Location

Casablanca/ Casablanca

Departure Time


12 days tour from Casablanca Highlights:

With our 12 days tour from Casablanca set out on a 12-day adventure that reveals the intricate layers of Morocco’s charm. Savor the essence of Morocco’s culinary diversity by immersing yourself in heritage and a variety of cuisines, from the mesmerizing blue lanes of Chefchaouen to the bustling markets of Fes.

Discover the enchanted Sahara Desert, where golden dunes, captivating sunsets, and camelback rides make amazing experiences. Explore ever-changing environments. Every day, a new story of Morocco’s cultural tapestry is revealed, from the spectacular Atlas Mountains to the tranquil beach towns.

Join a 12 days tour from Casablanca to discover Marrakech’s flawless fusion of tradition and modernity. Encouraging relationships with local communities, discover lively souks, ancient palaces, and hidden gems. A fascinating tapestry of wonder and discovery awaits you as you marvel at architectural marvels, experience Moroccan hospitality, and take in expansive views.

  • Visit the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
  • Visit the blue city of Chefchaouen
  • Discover the Royal palace’s seven gates in Fes
  • Explore the "Chouara Tannery" in Fes
  • Capture the magic of Erg Chebbi
  • Experience a camel ride to meet the marvelous sunset in the middle of the high sand dunes of Merzouga
  • Explore Tinghir and Todra gorges
  • Explore the Koutoubia, the Saadian tombs, the garden of the Menara
  • Visit Essaouira and its famous fishing port

Morocco Itinerary 12 Days:

Day 1:Casablanca → Rabat

Our expert driver will take you up from your lodging, the airport, and the train station on the first day of your Casablanca desert tour so you can begin your exploration. We’ll take a car to see one of the most significant cities, Morocco’s financial center. Throughout the day, we will be touring Casablanca City’s important locations and landmarks. The Hassan II Mosque, which is situated directly in front of the azure Mediterranean, is the first sight one behold upon visiting Casablanca. Among the largest mosques in the world is the Hassan II Mosque. It’s the largest in Africa as well, and its unique, exquisite architecture will surprise you.

We would also show you around the Habous Market and Quarter, the Coastal Corniche in Casablanca, and, of course, we would treat you to a delicious lunch of seafood from Casablanca on this 12-day Morocco itinerary. We will then depart for Rabat, where we will see the Oudaya Kasbah and the Hassan Tower together before you check into your riad in the Medina. At your riad, you’ll be served your customary dish.

Day 2:Rabat → Chefchaoun

We will take you on a tour of Rabat, the Moroccan capital, following breakfast. After that, we’ll be traveling to Chefchaouen, which is in the center of Morocco. You’ll investigate In the northwest of Morocco, in the center of the Rif Mountains, sits Chefchaouen, sometimes known as Chaouen, also known as “the blue City.” It is a classic Moroccan town. Its old town, which has amazing structures in various colors of faded blue and exudes an air of refinement and cleanliness, is well renowned. It’s one of the cleanest cities on Earth, and everyone who lives there paints their homes blue. According to their beliefs, blue symbolizes the sky, which in turn serves as a reminder of God and heaven.

You’ll experience a calm, cozy, and relaxed atmosphere while you’re there.
Your trip to Chefchaouen will begin with a stroll around the blue streets, where you can take in the stunning blue doors, walls, and windows as well as the fantastic side shops and many amazing picture opportunities that the old Medina has to offer. You will enjoy delectable northern Moroccan specialties during lunch. The historic Kasbah Ali Ben Rachid and Plaza Uta El-Hammam are the next places we visit. Spend the night in one of the city’s stunning blue hotels.

Day 3: Chefchaouen → the Roman ruins of Volubilis → Meknes → Fes

We will travel to Fes, the intellectual center of Morocco and one of the oldest cities if not the oldest, after breakfast. The journey today will take you to an Imperial City. The Sahrij Souani Bassin, the Mulay Ismail Mausoleum, and the renowned Bab Mansour gate are located in Morocco, which is also referred to as “Meknes,” the Ismaili capital of Morocco. Following lunch, we’ll visit the Roman city of Volubilis, which is home to the remnants of the Romanian Empire. Here, you can view the beautifully preserved original structures from long ago, as well as the Roman road and city plan. We’ll stop by the revered City of Moulay Idriss our route across the Moroccan countryside to capture some priceless photos. We will arrive in Fes late at evening, where we will have a traditional dinner and stay the night in your opulent hotel or riad. 

Day 4guided tour sightseeing Fes

You will enjoy a delicious breakfast before beginning your exploration of Fes the Imperial on our Private Morocco Tour. The most significant location in Morocco is Fes City. The city is enticing to visit at least once or twice in your life because of its enchantment, aroma, colors, and distinct atmosphere. The magnificent seven gates of the Royal Palace, which are constructed of marble, copper, and tiny mosaic pieces, will be our first stop. Then, in order to take advantage of the fresh air there, we’ll visit the quaint Sbil garden and the historic Jewish Quarter, which dates back to the 17th century.

Also, we’re going to the ancient Medina. The first is the “Chouara Tannery,” the biggest and oldest tannery in Africa, where skilled artisans create premium leathers using natural colors for stunning artwork. A few Islamic educational institutions, founded by Sultan Uthman II Abu Said, would also be on our itinerary, including Al-Qarawiyyin University, Medersa Bouanania, and Medersa Al-Attarine.

Day 5:Fes → Ifrane → Cedars forest → Midelt → Ziz valley → Merzouga Sahara

Our incredible 12 days tour from Casablanca and heads southeast through Ifrane, known to Moroccans as “the little Switzerland of Morocco.” We’ll go on to the Cedar Forest in Azrou for a quick walk and, if we’re lucky, to take some photos with the Barbarian apes before heading to Midelt, where we’ll stop for lunch at a restaurant (about 12 hours total).

After that, we will travel through the striking Middle Atlas Mountains and take in the distinctive landscape until we arrive to the Ziz Valley, which is home to Morocco’s second-longest river. Here, we will pause to take in the breathtaking panoramic view that features thousands of palm palms.We will travel through Erfoud, the final town before the desert, which is well-known for its annual palm dates and fossils. In the afternoon, we will arrive at Merzouga Desert, our favorite place, where we will spend the night in a hotel with a view of the magnificent Erg Chebbi dunes. Spend the night in a hotel or riad

Days 6:Camel trek and Night at Merzouga Desert Camp

Following breakfast at the hotel, we will head out on a 4×4 adventure in the Merzouga desert to discover all the remarkable locations surrounding the Erg Chebbi dunes. These include the serene Oasis of Hassi Labied, with its historic irrigation canal system, and the seasonal Dayt Srij lake (assuming it has water). After that, we travel through Berber villages to arrive at Khamlia. There, we can choose to make an optional stop at one of the village’s associations to listen to the locals perform Gnawa music, which is a genre of music traditionally associated with people of color from different African nations.

We will next proceed to Mifis, a small, deserted military settlement famous for its mines and minerals. We’ll continue our journey to see a Berber nomad family who is still living in the middle of nowhere under a tent; during our visit, we’ll stop for a drink of tea and discover more about their way of life. Additionally, we’ll stop at several locations to take pictures and appreciate the expansive vistas. After lunch at a nearby restaurant, we’ll make our way back to the village.

After a brief break, you will begin your hour-long camel ride to the camp, where you will have the chance to take in the Saharan scenery, snap photos, and watch the sun set over the sand dunes. The camel trek continues to the Berber camp, where you will be welcomed by our staff, served tea, and shown to your tent. Free time to unwind till evening, enjoy a delectable meal, then gather around the campfire in the Sahara desert beneath the starry sky to listen to some traditional Berber drumming music. Camp in the Merzouga desert for the night

Day 7:Merzouga → Todgha Gorges → Dades Valley

It is strongly advised that you rise early today in order to witness the breathtaking desert sunrise, take pictures, and enjoy a delectable breakfast and camp shower following these truly unique experiences. Once more, you will embark on a camel trip to return to your starting point. Alternatively, we can transport you there using a 4×4 vehicle. If we are fortunate enough to be in Rissani on Sunday, Tuesday, or Thursday—the days of the weekly market—you will go there to enjoy the town’s traditional market after meeting your driver.

Our next destination is the Todra Valley and Gorge, which lies at the base of the High Atlas Mountains. This gorge is renowned for its narrow canyons and is regarded as one of Morocco’s most beautiful. Rock climbers love to visit this area, and we will stroll through it to enjoy the view and take pictures.Lunch break will be on our own.

We depart for Boumalne after lunch, passing via Dades Valley and stopping along the way to take in the scenery and the rock structure known as the monkeys’ toes. Finally, we reach our magnificent hotel with a valley view. Spend the night in the hotel

Day 8:Dades valley → Rose valley → Skoura → Ouarzazate

Following your hotel breakfast, we will head across the Dades Valley in the direction of Ouarzazate and Kalaa Mgouna. We’ll be passing thousands of Kasbahs en route to Dades Valley so that we may snap some very remarkable photos. After getting to know the Berber Nomads in their caves, we will visit the lush Rose Valley and its surrounding rock formations. We are going to pause at “the rose city,” Kalaat M’gouna. We will visit the Kasbah Amridil as we continue our desert trips from Casablanca to Skoura and the Birds’ Valley. We’ll then take a head toward OUARZAZATE.

Day 9:Ouarzazate → Ait ben Haddou → High Atlas → Marrakech

With our Morocco 12 day itinerary, we will begin by discovering every historical and natural aspect of Ouarzazate, the historic city that was established in 1928 and grew to become one of the most significant film studios in the world. A movie studio that created massive motion pictures and television shows, like the hit shows Gladiator and Babel and Game of Thrones. After lunch at a neighborhood eatery in the Berber settlement of Telouet, we’ll ride the Tizi-n-Tichka down to Marrakech. We will arrive in Marrakech late in the afternoon, stay the night at your riad, and enjoy a delicious dinner.

Day 10:Marrakech City Tour

Your Marrakech city trip will begin with a local guide after breakfast at the hotel. The most fascinating sights to see in Marrakech, also known as the “red city,” are the Koutoubia mosque, Bahia Palace, Saadien’s tombs, Madrasa ben Youssef, and Majorelle Gardens. Afterward, you will have free time to explore the well-known Jemaa el Fna square and take in the sights while you watch the entertainers, musicians, snake charmers, and lively souk. Stay the night at the hotel

Day 11:Marrakech to Essaouira: Day trip to Essaouira

This morning, we will depart Marrakech and go to the historic Portuguese city of Essaouira after breakfast at your lodging. To learn more about the process of producing Argan oil, you can visit the women-run Argan factory. Enjoy a lunch of delicious seafood in the Medina and explore the port of the coastal resort town of Essaouira. After enjoying your evening meal and spending the night in a riad or hotel in Essaouira, you will have free time for leisure and independent exploration in the day. You can swim and unwind on the beach.

Day 12:Essaouira → Oualidia → El Jadida → Casablanca

Today, while taking in the breathtaking scenery, we will depart from Essaouira and travel down the coast route to Casablanca, “the commercial center of Morocco.” Drive to Oualidia after crossing the Safi, where you may savor delectable seafood in this lovely location. We will travel to Casablanca city after having lunch on break, stopping at El Jadida (formerly known as Mazagan). The Portuguese founded this ancient Medina in 1513. Our Morocco vacation from Casablanca comes to a close when we arrive in the early evening.

What's Included in Your Morocco 12 Day Tour From Casablanca:

Price Includes

  • Pick-up & Drop-off at your Hotel or Airport
  • Camel ride in the Sahara desert
  • Transport in a private 4×4 car or minibus with A/C
  • English / Spanish Speaking Driver
  • 1 Night in the desert camp.
  • 10 Nights in hotels
  • Dinners and Breakfasts

Price Excludes

  • Lunches & drinks.
  • Entrance fees to monuments
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Travel insurance

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Morocco 12 Day Tour From Casablanca FAQ

Is this tour private or shared?

We only offer a private option for the 12-day tour from Casablanca.

Can you go to the desert from Casablanca?

In fact, it takes 668 kilometers to go from Casablanca to Sahara Desert Merzouga.

Is it possible to have Vegetarian or Vegan Meals?

es, we do serve vegetarian and vegan food. Please inform us of this when making your reservation, or inform your driver or guide.

How far is Fes from Merzouga?

The distance from Fes to the Sahara Desert (Merzouga dunes) is 463 kilometers (287 miles). However, the route is filled with breathtaking scenery and many pauses.

3 Reviews
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Anna P

Solo Traveller

My 12-day tour from Casablanca with My Marrakech Desert was an unforgettable experience. The itinerary was well-planned, covering all the must-see destinations in Morocco, from the bustling markets of Marrakech to the serene beauty of the Sahara Desert. Our guide was knowledgeable and passionate about sharing the rich history and culture of Morocco. The accommodations were comfortable, and the food was delicious. The highlight was definitely the camel trek and overnight stay in a desert camp under the stars. Highly recommend this tour for anyone looking to explore Morocco in depth!

March 13, 2024

Sarah M.

Group Traveller

Traveling with My Marrakech Desert on their 12-day tour was a fantastic decision. The small group size allowed for a more personalized experience, and we got to know our fellow travelers well. The tour combined adventure, culture, and relaxation perfectly. Highlights for me included exploring the ancient city of Fes, hiking in the stunning Dades Gorge, and riding camels through the Sahara. The guides were friendly, knowledgeable, and always willing to go the extra mile to ensure we had a great time. This tour is a perfect way to see the best of Morocco, and I would highly recommend it to anyone.

February 22, 2024

John D

Family Traveller

This tour was everything I hoped for and more. From the moment we were picked up in Casablanca, we felt well taken care of. My Marrakech Desert provided a seamless experience, with every detail thought out. The variety of landscapes we encountered, from the Atlas Mountains to the coastal city of Essaouira, was breathtaking. Our guide made sure we were comfortable and informed throughout the trip. I particularly enjoyed the cultural experiences, like visiting local markets and enjoying traditional Moroccan meals. A truly immersive and enriching journey!

February 14, 2024
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