7 days tour from Marrakech

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7 days 6 nights

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No matter where your flight lands, this 7-day itinerary will take you to the very best locations in this vibrant and intriguing nation.

This African land is one of the few countries in the world where you can go snowboarding and sandboarding on the same day because of its diversified environment. It is also a location where you can enjoy both breathtaking mountain treks and magnificent beach scenery. A fascinating country with a culture more distinctive than anything you’ve ever seen, blending Berber, Arabic, and European influences.

However, this 7-day itinerary only covers the surface of the nation. Yet sufficient to give you a deeper understanding of the local way of life, astound you with some of the world’s finest architectural creations, lead you through unique locations, and leave you stargazing in the Sahara desert.

The 7 Days tour from the Marrakech itinerary is for you if you’re looking for a good approach to seeing the finest of this amazing country. Our itineraries include a variety of experiences and activities, like camel riding, camping, and many more.

For a memorable and entertaining holiday, travel with an educated, friendly, local, and experienced tour guide. You can get the best services from our company for the lowest costs. Tell us the region of this African country you’d like to see, and we’ll use our expertise to help you organize the ideal trip. Send us a message, and let’s work together to create something amazing.


  • 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


Day 1: Welcome day at Marrakech

Our driver will meet you at the airport on the day you arrive in Morocco. You will have the opportunity to converse and get to know one another. He will then check in at your hotel after that. Depending on when you arrive, you might take a quick tour of this red city or go straight to your hotel. You get to know Jammaa El Fna's magic plaza in the evening, where performers including artists, magicians, and snake charmers congregate to amuse spectators.

Day 2:  City tour of Marrakech with a guide

Marrakech also referred to as The Red City, is the most well-known city in this African country. Although the location undoubtedly has its appeal and is rich in history and mystique, it is far too touristic. But just as it is impossible to visit Rome and not see the Colosseum, it is also impossible to go to Morocco and avoid Marrakech. The Jemaa el-Fnaa square is the city's most famous location. This iconic area serves as a stage for snake charmers, fortune tellers, henna artists, and monkey tamers during the day because it is also a gateway to the medina (avoid those). Jemaa el-Fnaa awakens and morphs into the largest restaurant you've ever seen as dusk falls. There will be a wonderful park where you may unwind and buy some mint tea from a local vendor after visiting the tombs. In the evening, return to the main square. You may watch the square from one of the nearby restaurants after buying food from a street seller. Many of the stalls selling Marrakesh sweets, fruit drinks, and Moroccan food are run by affable proprietors who always give you "the greatest deal in Morocco." Another beautiful location is right nearby, and they are the Sadiaan Tombs. It is worth seeing even though it is small and only has a few rooms to see the finest specimens of Moroccan architecture. You will get lost several times in the city's historical district, which is a huge pink labyrinth. There are numerous souks (markets) within it where you may find everything that this African country is known for. The eager shoppers will find spices, dyes, carpets, leather items, lamps, and numerous souvenirs.

Day 3: Day trip from Marrakech to Ait Ben Haddou and Dades Gorges

As you wind through the Tizi-n-Tichka pass to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Ben Haddou, which has been featured in films like Gladiator and the well-known HBO series Game of Thrones, your 7 days tour from Marrakech today begins with a glimpse of the Atlas Mountains. Continue on to Ouarzazate where you'll see the Atlas Film Studios and a Kasbah. Your tour will continue from Marrakesh to the Valley of Roses, which is well-known for its annual Rose Festival, and then you'll drive to Dades Gorge, where you'll spend the night in a hotel or riad.

Day 4: from Dades Georges to Todra Gorges and Merzouga-desert

Todra Gorge, a vibrant, confined gorge well-known to outdoor enthusiasts, will be your next stop on the journey. You'll keep going through the Ziz Valley until you get to Erfoud, an oasis hamlet that serves as the entrance to the Sahara desert and is renowned for its distinctive fossils. There is a nearby factory that manufactures fossil-based crafts and home décor, as well as a local shop where you may buy such goods as mementos. After visiting the neighborhood souk in Rissani, you'll continue driving toward Merzouga across the desert. When you reach a checkpoint, you exit the car and start your camel ride into the desert dunes with the assistance of knowledgeable guides. You eventually reach the Merzouga Desert Camp, where you spend the night in Berbere tents. With a special and traditional starlit Berber dinner and the addition of tribal music around a desert campfire, this wonderful night will be made unforgettable in this 7 days tour from Marrakech.

Day 5: Merzouga tour to Fez

Your seven days tour from Marrakech will continue today to another Moroccan ancient city. Before beginning your excursion, you'll get up earlier to see the sunrise. There is no place on earth that can compare to the magnificence of a desert sunrise. The whole of the countryside is bathed in warm, golden light as the sun's rays first appear over the horizon. Sand begins to have a crimson tint as the shadows spread out long and thin. As everyone waits for the day to start, it appears as though the entire globe is holding its breath. Everything is quiet and still for only a few seconds. The sand begins to swirl, though, as the wind increases. The moment comes and goes as quickly as it did, but you'll always remember it. Following breakfast, you travel on a camel for another approximately hour to the town of Merzouga, where you will meet our driver. After then, another thrilling voyage will begin for you. You will pass by the following places on your journey today: A popular tourist site in the Sahara Desert is the Moroccan town of Erfoud. The town is noted for its handicrafts produced from petrified marble and is home to several fossil-rich areas. Located in the Atlas Mountains is the Moroccan town of Midelt. Its cedar forests are renowned, and the town serves as a gateway to the Sahara Desert. In the Atlas Mountains, there is a Moroccan hamlet and ski resort called Ifrane. The Moroccan village of Azrou is situated in the Atlas Mountains. It is renowned for its handmade products, which include carpets, jewelry, and pottery. By evening, you finally reach Fes. Fes overnight stay.

Day 6: Guided old medina tour of Fez

You'll love strolling through its narrow streets and alleyways as you discover the oldest Moroccan city today. Fes is renowned for its leather goods and craftsmanship. They employ the same methods as their forefathers, which is fascinating. The Chouara Tannery, a thousand-year-old leather tannery with dozens of wells filled with foul pigeon poop/cow piss mixture or natural dyes, is the city's main attraction, which is not surprising. Although it may sound unpleasant, the Chouara Tannery is a fantastic sight that is really uncommon to see anyplace else in the world. Al Attarine Madrasa, arguably the country's most stunning madrasa, is a must-visit location in Fes. The madrasa is a fine example of Marinid architecture from the 14th century, and it is named after the well-known perfume souq (market) that is nearby. The King of Morocco still uses the Royal Palace of Fes as his residence when he travels to the city. Despite the fact that it is closed to visitors and that there is no way to discover its richness, it remains one of the most visited sights in Fes. This is due to the fact that it possesses the most exquisite and stunning doors in the nation. Make sure you arrive early since the enormous, decorated brass doors have become a popular location to take a new Instagram profile picture. At a nearby riad or hotel, you'll spend the night in Fes.

Day 7: ends of Morocco itinerary one week

We will drive you to the airport to check in for your flight on the final day of your 7 days tour from the Marrakech itinerary. On the other hand, if your flight is at night, we can plan a one-day excursion to Meknes, another fascinating Moroccan city. We hope you liked our company and thus concludes the Morocco itinerary for one week starting in the red city. Additionally, feel free to get in touch with us if you have any queries regarding this top-notch 7-day travel itinerary from Marrakech. We'll always be available to assist you in resolving your problems. By choosing "BOOK" or "INQUIRY," you can contact us. We are always happy to help. Please contact us at any time.


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