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8 days tour from casablanca

(2 Reviews)
  • 8 Days 7 Nights
  • Min People : 1
  • Every Days
  • Min Age : 1+
  • Pickup: Airpot/ Hotel

Join an 8 days tour from Casablanca to explore the best of Morocco’s imperial towns and the Sahara desert simultaneously. This tour is the perfect way to see both locations simultaneously. Discover the history, culture, and natural beauty of Morocco!

Our 8-day journey through the desert begins and concludes in the city of Marrakech. Journey through the desert, starting in Casablanca and ending in the energetic city of Marrakech. This trip offers an amazing experience of Morocco’s varied terrain and rich cultural legacy, passing through the stunning regions of Chefchaouen, Fes, Meknes, and the breathtaking Sahara Desert of Merzouga. Every day brings fascinating discoveries and captivating encounters under the expert guidance of an experienced driver, leaving enduring memories of this incredible desert expedition.

Departure & Return Location

Casablanca/ Marrakech

Departure Time

8:00

8 days tour from Casablanca Highlights:

itinerary for an 8 days desert tour from Casablanca. Throughout these eight days and seven nights, you will see a ton of amazing locations. Tour the city of Casablanca first. Next are the blue city of Chefchaouen and the Moroccan capital, Rabat. additionally the Volubilis Roman Ruins. In addition, you will travel to the cultural center of Fes, the capital of the Ismailis, Meknes, and Ifrane, Morocco’s Switzerland. After that, we head south and stop at the Rissani traditional market, Midelt, the breathtaking Ziz Valley, and the cedar forest.

  • Explore all the imperial cities of Morocco
  • Discover the remarkably preserved Kasbahs of Ait Ben Haddou and Amrdil
  • Visit the blue city of Chefchaouen
  • Ride your camel in Erg Chebbi
  • Spend the night at your luxury Sahara desert camp
  • Explore Marrakech with a local guide
  • Visit Volubilis and Meknes

Itinerary of 8 days tour from casablanca:

Day 1: → Casablanca → Rabat

After being picked up at the Casablanca airport, you will drive through beautiful views of the Moroccan countryside as you make your way to the city. We pause to see Hassan II Mosque, the largest in Africa, which is the only mosque open to non-Muslims after. For our first night, we proceed in the direction of Rabat, the capital.

Day 2:Rabat → Chefchaoun

After enjoying a delicious breakfast at the Riad on our second day, we explore the stunning Mohammed V Mausoleum in Rabat, which is embellished with white marble and stained glass windows. We proceed to Hassan Tower, perched atop a hill with a commanding view over Wadi Bou Regreg. Continue your tour of the Oudaïa Kasbah, which Moulay Isma̯l constructed between 1672 and 1727 to fortify the city, which is surrounded by defenses that date back to the Almohad era. The journey continues to Chefchaouen, which is well-known for its vibrant blue-rinsed houses and is a favorite destination for both visitors and Moroccans, especially during the sweltering summer. Discover the several souks that provide food and handcrafted goods as you meander through the narrow lanes and winding lanes. Sleeping over in Chefchaouen

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

Feel free to explore the stunning lanes of Chefchaouen, the blue city, after breakfast. After that, we take a car to Volubilis to see the historic Roman ruins. Given that UNESCO has designated it as a World Heritage Site, it has been kept in good condition. It contains old pillars and arches strewn throughout, as well as numerous exquisite mosaics. We drive 30 miles to explore the city of Meknes after taking a stroll among the ruins. The city is regarded as the seat of the Ismailis and as one of Morocco’s imperial cities. Bab Al-Mansour, the Sahrij Souani basin, the Royal stable, the granary, and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum are among the places we visit. We then travel to Fes. Spend the night at a riad.

Day 4guided tour sightseeing Fes

We will be touring the city’s highlights with a local guide after breakfast. Fes is not only the hub of Moroccan culture and religion, but it is also regarded as one of the imperial cities.

First, we go to the Royal Palace gate to begin the day. Next is the beautifully preserved medieval Medina, which is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. You will go to the entrance of the ancient Medina, known as Bab Boujloud or the Blue Gate. You will enter the Medina to see the Tanneries, the Najjarine Fountain, and the Medrasa Bouanania. And lastly, the oldest university in the world, the Quaraouin mosque and university. Following that, we depart from Medina to explore “the Mellah,” the Jewish neighborhood. We take a drive to an old fortification in the afternoon to get a broad perspective of Fes and the Medina. Lastly, head back to your riad.

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

We leave the Riad early in the morning to begin our desert excursion towards the Sahara, passing close to the Ifran national park, sometimes known as “the Switzerland of Morocco.” We’re going to take a pause to appreciate its beauty and take some special pictures. Proceed in the direction of Azrou in order to witness the Barbary Apes monkeys in the cedar forest. going on to a restaurant in Midelt for lunch.

In the afternoon, we will traverse the Tizi N Telghomt pass to arrive in Errachidia, all the while taking in the breathtaking vistas of the Ziz Gorges, which present fantastic photo ops. Later on, we’ll pause to get a broad perspective of Ziz Valley. The journey to Erg Chebbi Dunes continues, passing by the fossil capital cities of Aoufous and Erfoud. We will then proceed to Erg Chebbi’s fascinating dunes. After checking into the hotel, prepare for an hour and a half of camel riding to see the sunset. Dinner and overnight at a luxurious camp.

Day 6:Merzouga → Todgha Gorges → Dades Valley

Morocco’s Sahara desert delivers breathtaking sunrises if you get up early enough. Then, as the sun begins to rise, you will leisurely ride the camels back to the dunes’ edge to enjoy the beautiful Erg Chebbi dunes’ distinct beauty. We will head toward the tallest and narrowest gorges in Morocco, the Todra Gorges, which are well-known as a major destination for rock climbers. Before heading to Dades Valley for dinner and lodging, we can go for a stroll.

Day 7:Dades valley → Ait ben Haddou → Marrakech

We begin our day with a brief excursion to Dades Gorges, which is named for the various rock formations of the mountain in the Dades valley. To get to the Valley of the Roses, we keep going via the route that is home to thousands of Kasbahs. When the roses blossom in April and May, the Vally is usually breathtaking. After passing through Ouarzazate City, we arrive at Ksar Ait Ben Haddou, the best-restored ksar in the south and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 45-minute visit to the Ait Ben Haddou site will involve a walking tour. We pause in one of the terraces to eat lunch.

We go to Marrakech by traversing the High Atlas mountain range via the 2260-meter-high Tizi N Tichka Pass, which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding tiny valleys and Berber towns. traveling in a riad and arriving in Marrakech late at night.

Day 8:Guided tour in Marrakech

A comprehensive day-long exploration of Marrakech, a stunning Moroccan city established by the Almoravid dynasty at the close of the 12th century, is constantly captivating due to its distinct past and present. Discover the most amazing sights in the city with the help of our guide, including the Djemaa El Fnaa Square, the Saadian Tombs, Menara, Majorelle Gardens, the Koutoubia mosque with its minaret, Bahia Palace, and the Souks. Free evening on the square for various events. The Riad at night.

What's Included in Your 8 days 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.
  • Nights in hotels
  • Dinners and Breakfasts

Price Excludes

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

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8 days tour from casablanca FAQ

Can we bring our luggage with us during the trip?

Don’t worry, we have ample room in the car for the luggage during the excursion.

can we hire quad bikes in Merzouga?

– Yes, you can. There are numerous ATV rental firms in Merzouga that provide high-quality quad bikes and dune buggies on the Erg Chebbi dunes. Your guide will assist you with this, and you will pay the supplier directly in Merzouga. They charge 50 euros per quad each hour.

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.

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James P

Couple Traveller

I can’t speak highly enough of Said, our guide for the 8-day tour from Casablanca. His wealth of knowledge about Moroccan history, culture, and traditions added immense value to our trip. Whether navigating the bustling souks of Fes or admiring the architectural wonders of Rabat, Said’s enthusiasm was infectious. He went above and beyond to ensure everyone in our group had a memorable experience. If you’re planning a trip to Morocco, make sure to request Said as your guide!

March 12, 2024

Alessandro R

Group Traveller

Said was an exceptional guide throughout our 8-day tour from Casablanca! His deep knowledge of Moroccan history and culture made every stop on our itinerary come alive with meaning. He was not only informative but also incredibly personable, making the journey feel like an adventure with a close friend rather than a guided tour. Highly recommend Said for an enriching and enjoyable travel experience!

March 4, 2024
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