10 days Tour from Casablanca

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Duration

10 days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

10 people

Languages

Francais

About this tour

There is no better way to experience Morocco than taking 10 days tour from Casablanca. The trip begins in Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco and home to the Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. From there, you head to Rabat, the capital of Morocco, where visitors can see the Royal Palace and the famous 12th-century Moroccan mosque, Hassan Tower. The next stop is Chefchaouen, a small town in the Rif Mountains known for its blue-painted buildings. After that, it’s on to Volubilis, an ancient Roman ruins site, and then Fes, the oldest of Morocco’s four imperial cities. The tour takes you next to Ifrane, a mountain town known for its ski resort, before heading to the Ziz Valley and Merzouga desert. From there, it’s on to Todra Gorges and Dades Valley before finally ending in Marrakech, one of Morocco’s most popular tourist destinations.

Included/Excluded

  • Hotels & accommodations
  • Multilingual driver/guide
  • Comfortable air-conditioned 4×4/minibus vehicle
  • Pick up and drop off from Airport/Hotel/Riad
  • Fuel & parking
  • Local guides
  • 3 dinners in the desert
  • Breakfasts
  • Flight tickets & visa
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips to guide and driver

Itinerary

<span> Day 1 </span> Welcome to Casablanca

The first day of 10 days tour from Casablanca is usually adjusted according to your arrival date and time. If you arrived early in the morning, the driver will pick you up from the airport to drop you off at your hotel. In the afternoon, you will set out to explore Casablanca, a vibrant metropolis which is home to a number of tourist attractions, including the Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. After visiting the mosque, you will head towards Old Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a place with a lot of hustle and bustle. No trip to Casablanca would be complete without sampling some of the local cuisine. The city is known for its seafood, so be sure to try dishes like fish tagine and shrimp couscous. And wash it all down with a glass of mint tea, a refreshing beverage that's popular all over Morocco. So whether you're looking to explore Moroccan culture or simply relax on the beach, Casablanca has something for everyone. Dinner and overnight stay at Casablanca.

<span> Day 2 </span> Casablanca, Rabat and Chefchaouen

After having the breakfast, your travel towards Rabat will begin. Rabat, the capital of Morocco, is a city with a long and rich history. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean, the city has a Mediterranean climate, making it a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. It is home to many historical and cultural sites, as well as beautiful natural scenery. Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Rabat include the Hassan Tower, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, and the Medina of Rabat. The Hassan Tower is a 12th-century minaret that was built as part of a mosque. The Mausoleum of Mohammed V is the final resting place of Morocco's King Mohammed V and his two sons. The Medina of Rabat is a walled city that is home to many shops and stalls selling traditional Moroccan goods. After exploring Rabat, and after lunch, our journey towards Chefchaouen will begin. We will drive through the coastline of Morocco enjoying beautiful scenes and landscapes before arriving to Chefchaouen in the evening. We will check in your traditional Riad. Dinner and overnight stay at Chefchaouen.

<span> Day 3 </span> Exploring Chefchaouen

After having breakfast, you enjoy another journey of your 10 days tour from Casablanca. Today, you will set out on your own to explore this beautiful city. Situated in the Rif Mountains of northern Morocco, the picturesque town of Chefchaouen is a popular tourist destination. Its blue-washed buildings and winding streets make it a photographer's dream, and its relaxed atmosphere is a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of larger Moroccan cities. Some of the main attractions in Chefchaouen include the medina (old town), the kasbah (fortified palace), and the many mosques and madrassas (religious schools). The blue-washed buildings are perhaps the most iconic feature of the city, and they are found throughout the medina. The kasbah is another popular spot, and it offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Chefchaouen is also home to a number of traditional Moroccan craftsmen, who sell their wares in the medina. These include leatherworkers, weavers, and potters. There are also a number of good restaurants serving both traditional Moroccan food and international cuisine. As the sun sets, the city comes alive with lights. The Spanish Mosque, abandoned for years, is one of the best places to take in the views. The mosque is a 20-30 minute stroll from the city center, and it's well worth the walk. The mosque is surrounded by a beautiful garden. After a whole day of exploring this city, you will come back to your hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

<span> Day 4 </span> Chefchaouen, Volubilis, Meknes and Fes

After having breakfast, you will depart for Fes. On the way, the first stop will be Volubilis. It is a ruined city in Morocco that was once the capital of the ancient kingdom of Mauretania. The city is located in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, about 30 km (19 mi) from the modern city of Fez. Volubilis was an important stop on the trade route between Rome and Africa. African goods such as ivory, gold, and slaves were traded for Roman wine and olive oil. The city also produced wheat, barley, and other crops for export. Today, Volubilis is a World Heritage Site and one of Morocco's most popular tourist attractions. The ruins of the city are well preserved and provide a glimpse into the daily life of a Roman city. After a short stay at Volubilis, you are now on your way to the next stop, Meknes. Meknes is one of Morocco's four Imperial cities, and was the capital of Morocco under the reign of Moulay Ismaïl (1672–1727). It is home to a number of important tourist attractions. The city's historic center is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and contains a number of well-preserved Moroccan architectural styles. The city's walls, gates, and fountains are particularly notable. You will visit a number of monuments and landmarks with your driver. The visit includes the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismaïl, one of the largest and most impressive mausoleums in Morocco, Sahrij Essouani, and Lahdim Square, which is a small version of the famous Jammaa El Fna. By the end of day, you will have reached Fes after a vivid joureney. It is time to check in your hotel and relax. 10 days tour from Casablanca still has surprises for you! overnight stay at a traditional Riad in the heart of the old medina.

<span> Day 5 </span> Exploring Fes

After having breakfast, you will set out to explore this beautiful and unique city. You will first visit the Medina of Fes. It is known for its ancient Medina, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Medina is home to many historical landmarks, such as the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and University, the Nejjarine Fountain, and the Bou Inania Medersa. Fes is also known for its traditional handicrafts, such as leatherwork, ceramics, and metalwork. There are many great shops and workshops in the Medina where you can buy these handicrafts. The Medina is divided into three main sections: the Fes el-Bali (old city), Fes Jdid (new city) and Ville Nouvelle (modern city). The Fes el-Bali is the oldest and most authentic part of the Medina. It is a labyrinth of narrow streets and alleyways, lined with shops, homes and workshops. The Fes Jdid was founded in the 13th century and is home to the oldest university in the world, the University of Al-Karaouine. The Ville Nouvelle was built by the French during their colonial rule of Morocco. After visiting the stated landmarks, you will head towards the tanneries, which have been an important part of the economy of Fes and Morocco for centuries. The city is home to dozens of tanneries, which produce a wide variety of leather goods that are sold both locally and internationally. Your visit will be with a local guide as the city is hard to discover by yourself. However, you will have free time to enjoy it later.

<span> Day 6 </span> Fes, Ifrane, Ziz Valley and Merzouga Desert

Your 10 days tour will take you today to another side of Morocco. After having breakfast, you will depart for Merzouga Desert. On the way, the first stop will be Ifrane. Ifrane is a city in the Middle Atlas region. The city is home to many beautiful parks and gardens, as well as a number of museums and other cultural attractions. Visitors to Ifrane can also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking, climbing, and skiing. Next, you will continue your journey towards the Desert. You will cross the cedar forests of Azrou where you will stop to capture the beautifull moments with barbary macaques. The landscape will keep on fluctuating throughout this entire journey. By the end of the afternoon, you will arrive at Merzouga Desert. Your camel will be waiting for you there. It is a unique experience that will give you an up-close look at the beautiful desert landscape. While riding the camel, you will explore the dunes of Erg Chebbi. It is one of the most beautiful places in Morocco. It is a sea of sand dunes that extends for miles. The dunes are tall and have a reddish hue, which makes them even more beautiful. This is a place where you can truly appreciate the beauty of nature. On the way, you will experience the sunset over a desert. The vastness of the landscape combined with the intense colors of the sky can create an unforgettable experience. As the sun dips below the horizon, you'll be treated to a visual display that is truly breath-taking. Later, you will enjoy a berber food and learn more about the Berber lifestyle. You can dance, sing, and sleep under the sky. 10 days tour from Casablanca adventure doesn’t end here, be ready for the next day

<span> Day 7 </span> Merzouga Desert, Todra Gorges and Dades Valley

Today, you will wake up early to the watch the miraculous sunrise. The sun rises slowly over the horizon, casting a pale pink and orange glow across the desert landscape. As the minutes pass, the colors deepen and the sun inches higher into the sky. The landscape is transformed from a palette of muted tones to a deep gold as the desert heats up. For a brief moment, everything is still and silent, before the day begins in earnest. After your breakfast, we will trek camels to the village of Merzouga. Here the driver will be waiting for you and you will head towards Todra Gorges. On the way, you make a short stop at Erfoud. It is well known for its fossils, and you can find numerous stalls selling crystals and precious stones as well as fossils. The town is situated within the Tafilalt oasis, and it was once an important stop on the trans-Saharan trade routes. Now, you are on your way to Todra Gorges, a couple of ours before you arrive there. The Todra Gorges are located in the High Atlas mountains and they are a popular site for rock climbing and hiking. The gorges are formed by the Todra River, which is fed by melting snow from the nearby mountains. You can choose to hike a bit or take a relaxing stroll at the Gorges. Later, you continue your journey along the Dades River to finally arrive at Boumalne Dades. Here another exciting journey of your 10 days comes to its end, be ready for what comes next.

<span> Day 8 </span> Dades, Ouarzazate, Ait Benhaddou and Marrakech

10 days tour from Casablanca takes you today to your final local, Marrakech. After your breakfast, you drive towards Ouarzazate. On the way, you will make short stop at Rose Valley to witness the unmatched beauty of roses. Next, you drive to Ouarzazate. This small city, located in the south-central part of the country, is known as the "Gateway to the Sahara." Despite its small size, Ouarzazate has a lot to offer. The city is home to a number of well-preserved kasbahs, or traditional Moroccan fortresses. The most famous of these is the Taourirt Kasbah, which was used as a filming location for a number of Hollywood movies, including Lawrence of Arabia and Babel. You will also visit the Atlas Studio. The studio has a wide variety of sets and locations that can be used for filming, including an authentic Moroccan village, an ancient Roman city, and a traditional Arabic market. Then, you head towards Ait Benhaddou, a small fortified Kasbah located in the Atlas Mountains. The village is made up of several traditional ksars, or fortified dwellings. It has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site due to its well-preserved architecture and historical significance. The village was once an important stop along the caravan route that connected the Sahara Desert to the Mediterranean Sea. In addition, it was a frequent target of raiding parties, due to its location and wealth. The ksars were built to protect the village's inhabitants from these raids. After your lunch, you finally leave for Marrakech via Tiz n Tichka pass. You will arrive at Marrakech in the evening. Dinner and overnight stay at Marrakech.

<span> Day 9 </span> Exploring Marrakech

After having your breakfast, you will leave the hotel to visit this amazing city. Marrakech is by far the most popular tourist destinations in Morocco. The city is famous for its vibrant markets, beautiful architecture, and rich culture. The city is home to many historical landmarks, including the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian Tombs, Ben Youssef Medersa. You start you visit with a guide to see these landmarks as well as to enjoy the city's many gardens, including the Majorelle Garden and the Menara Gardens. If you like shopping, Marrakech is a great place to shop, from handicrafts, to spices, and jewellery, Marrakech has a lot to offer. With your guide, you will also enjoy delicious food in a local restaurant. You will also visit the Jemaa el- Fnaa Square. It is a popular gathering place for locals and tourists alike. It is often filled with musicians, dancers, snake charmers, and other performers. The square is also a great place to sample some of the local food. Marrakech is a city that has something for everyone. Whether you're interested in history, culture, shopping, or food, you'll find plenty to keep you busy during your visit. Dinner and overnight stay at Marrakech.

Well, here we are at the end of our adventure. It's been a lot of fun, and we hope that you've really enjoyed getting to know everyone. We hope you all have a safe journey home, On this last day, you all will say goodbye to each other. The driver will drop you off at the airport and this marks the end of the 10 day tour from Casablanca.

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Francais

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