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Morocco itinerary 7 days from Marrakech

(1 Review)
  • 7 Days 6 Nights
  • Min People : 1
  • Every Days
  • Min Age : 1+
  • Pickup: Airpot/ Hotel

To meet our customers’ needs and make their tours to Morocco easier, My Marrakech Desert Tours provides the Best Morocco tours from Marrakech. One of the most unique Morocco itinerary 7 days , which includes a tour of the Sahara desert, Chefchaouen, and other imperial capitals, including Fes, Rabat, Casablanca, and Marrakech.

Traveling across the High Atlas Mountains to discover charming cities, see the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, and explore Ouarzazate city, this 7 day tour to Morocco departs from Marrakech and connects you to explore true Morocco and the captivating sights in southern and historical cities. Not to mention the two little valleys, Dades and Roses. Get to know the Merzouga desert. The most cherished highlights of Morocco can be found by visiting the Todra Gorges and Its Valleys, Palm Groves, Oasis, Erfoud, and other Berber villages. Sandboarding and sunset/sunrise camel rides over the Sahara dunes are highlights of the Merzouga camel adventure. Enjoy an evening of stargazing and Berber drum music while camping in a Berber desert camp.

Explore the expansive vistas of the Ziz Valley, Tizi Ntalghamt Pass, Midlet, Azrou Cedar Forest, and Moroccan Switzerland, known as “Ifrane,” as you travel from Merzouga to Fes. Discover Fes’s mysteries by traveling there with a native guide. As you make your way to Chefchaouen, you’ll stop briefly in Meknes and Victorville. Explore the captivating hues and scenery of Morocco’s “blue pearl.”

Explore Rabat and Casablanca, two Imperial cities, as well as a plethora of other beautiful sights. This is the start of your 7 day itinerary Morocco.

Departure & Return Location

Marrakech / Casablanca

Departure Time


Morocco itinerary 7 days from Marrakech Highlights:

This 7 day tour from Marrakech to Casablanca will show you the vivid splendor of Morocco. Experience the enthralling scenery, historic kasbahs, and vibrant cities of this North African treasure as you travel through this exciting journey. This trip gives a rich and varied experience of Morocco’s cultural and geographical beauties, ranging from the untamed grandeur of the High Atlas Mountains to the brilliant sands of the Sahara Desert, and from the historical riches of Fes and Meknes to the contemporary appeal of Rabat and Casablanca.

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

7 days Morocco Itinerary:

Day 1:Arrive in Marrakech → Transfer you to the Riad & Visit the stunning attractions of Marrakech

Depending on the time of your flight, My Marrakech Desert Tours driver will come and pick you from Menara Airport. Then, if you arrive in the morning, you will take a guided tour in the afternoon to see the highlights of the Marrakech Medina. Otherwise, you will be transferred to the Riad / Hotel in the region.

for the purpose of touring the Medina accompanied by a certified local guide. That being said, you will find the Medina and its souks, as well as the well-known Koutoubia Mosque. That is to say, discover more of the hidden gems of Marrakech, such as the Majorelle Gardens, the Saadian, the Bahia Palace, and the Ali Ben Youssef Koranic School. Staying over night in Marrakech.

Day 2:Marrakech → Atlas → Ait Ben Haddou → Ouarzazate → Skoura & Roses Valley → Dades Gorges.

We depart from Marrakech and head toward the Dades Gorges on our 7 day tour from Marrakech to Casablanca. We will go across the picturesque Tizi-n-Tichka pass, which provides breathtaking views of the High Atlas Mountains. We visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Benhaddou en route to Ouarzazate, which is the location of the ancient Taourirt Kasbah.


After lunch in Ouarzazate, we’ll head southeast to the Dades Valley, passing via the picturesque Skoura palm grove and the Valley of Roses. We travel to Dades Gorges in the evening, where we spend the night at a small hotel or riad.

Day 3:Dades Valley → Todra Gorges → Rissani → Merzouga desert

On the third day of our 7 days Morocco itinerary from Marrakech. continues with a customary delectable breakfast while enjoying in the stunning views of Dades Valley. Next, we’ll drive into the Dades Canyon, passing numerous picturesque Berber settlements and old Kasbahs. The remnants of the walled settlements that hosted the caravan routes up until the early 20th century will provide you with breathtaking beauty as you travel through them. We will travel to Todra, which is a stunning 15-kilometer valley dotted with palm trees. Take a walking excursion inside the Todra gorges to see the tall walls of grey and pink sandstone surrounding the road.

We will then continue on with our road adventure to Merzouga and the magnificent Erg Chebbi dunes. You will ride a camel for around one and a half hours from there. with the purpose of reaching your real Sahara desert camp. You will pause to enjoy the sunset in the midst of the dunes during the camel trekking. In addition, if you’re interested, give sandboarding a try. Enjoy the scenery and take pictures. You will be greeted with a glass of mint tea at the tent while your Camel desert trip continues after the sun sets. Enjoy dinner, a campfire, a starry sky, Berber music, and an overnight stay in a nomadic desert camp amidst the Merzouga sand dunes at the Camp.

Day 4Merzouga desert → Ziz Valley → Midelt → Azrou & Ifrane → Fez.

We rode out of the desert this morning on camels. We leave Merzouga and make our way to Fes after breakfast and a revitalizing shower at the hotel. We go through the Middle Atlas, which is known for its magnificent cedar trees. Along the way, we stop at two important handicraft centers: Azrou, a major hub, and Ifrane, a quaint ski resort. We travel to Fes in the afternoon and check into a nearby hotel.

Day 5:Visit Fes with local Guide

We start our day in Fes with a comprehensive guided tour of the city. We take in the vibrant medina, busy lanes, and important landmarks of Fes’s downtown. The tour takes you to the Royal Palace, the Jewish Quarter, and the famous tanneries where leather is traditionally processed. We will investigate the mosque at Quaraouine, which is frequently referred to as the first university in history. We have lunch, take in a broad perspective of the city, and spend the evening and next morning in a neighborhood riad that serves dinner and breakfast.

Day 6:Fes → Meknes → Volubilis → Chefchaouen

On the sixth day of our 7 days Morocco tour from Marrakech to Chefchaouen, we will head straight to Chefchaouen and stop at Meknes and Volubilis sites along the way. We’ll cease going to the ancient medina till we get to Chefchaouen. Because of its Spanish design, the square is particularly interesting to tourists. You will also notice a large selection of artisan stores, eateries with outside seating, and cafes where you can unwind and enjoy food. While relaxing in Chefchaouen, Spend the night in a riad in Chefchaouen, the Rif Mountains.

Day 7:Chefchaouen → Rabat → Casablanca

We will begin our journey traveling from Chefchaouen to Casablanca or Marrakech in the morning after breakfast. Depending on when your aircraft leaves the airport, you can choose to terminate in Casablanca or Marrakech. We will stop at the “Mohamed 5 Mosuleum,” “Hassan II Tower,” and “Oudaya Kasbah,” among other notable locations in Rabat. Our 7 days Morocco Itinerary will conclude when we transport you to the requested airport. 

What's Included in Your Morocco itinerary 7 days from Marrakech:

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.
  • 5 Nights in hotels
  • Dinners and Breakfasts

Price Excludes

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

Photos of Morocco itinerary 7 days


is One week Enough in Morocco?

A common question is: Is one week in Morocco sufficient? “Yes” is the response. You can see the Sahara desert and several incredible historic cities in one week, but you’ll need longer to see all of Morocco. It might take you seven to ten days, though, if all you want to do is see the highlights.

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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Alexandra D

Family Traveller

Morocco is a stunning nation with an intriguing past; we traveled there for seven days, starting in Marrakech and ending in the Sahara desert. We had an amazing experience and adventure because of our tour guide, Youssef, who was really helpful in bringing these facts to life. His love and passion for his nation and its people allowed us to explore the country from their perspective.

April 24, 2024
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