8 days tour from Casablanca

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8 Days

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If you are blessed to have 8 days here, we would be happy to help you explore Morocco. When you arrive in Casablanca and are met by our guide at the airport, we will show you every aspect of this fascinating country’s beginning. There will be some information that we are certain you don’t know! This nation is a land of opposites; it is simultaneously serene, meditative, boisterous, occasionally silent, and magically chaotic.

This great 8-day tour will take you to discover and explore the finest of this country, including imperial cities like Marrakech and Fes, as well as Volubilis, country’s best-preserved archaeological site, and the Sahara. The journey may be taken from Casablanca to Marrakech or back to Casablanca.

This tour offers you the chance to see the stunning high Atlas Mountains with Berber villages, centuries-old Kasbahs, Gorges, Grand Canyon, Palm Groves, and more. You can also go monkey-spotting in the Cedar Forest and Ifrane, this land’s Switzerland, drink tea, go camel trekking, and spend the night in a desert camp under the stars.

During your travels, you will spend a few days in the fabled and mystic medina of Marrakech, where snake charmers and fate tellers will lure you and try to convince you to put off (for the time being) your gift-buying in the souks.

You won’t experience even the slightest bit of boredom. The surroundings drastically alter. Just be sure to bring your camera because you’ll see sights that you’ve never seen before. Scenes that are simply beyond anything your wildest dreams could conjure up!

Then be ready for an incredible tour of Morocco! You’ll use your eight days to tour the breathtaking sights in this country. Choose your starting location and don’t miss the opportunity to see all of the country’s natural splendors from North to South.


  • Hotels and accommodation
  • Comfortable air-conditioned 4×4/minibus vehicle
  • English speaking driver
  • Pick up and drop off from Airport/Hotel/Riad
  • Local guides
  • Fuel & parking
  • 2 Dinners in the desert and Boumaln
  • Breakfasts
  • Flight tickets & visa
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Personal expenses
  • Lunches & dinners


Day 1: Arrival to Casablanca

A team member will meet you at the Mohammed V airport in this city to start your 8 days tour from Casablanca across the country's business capital. Before starting the tour, we may drive you to your hotel depending on your arrival time. On this city trip, you'll visit the bustling city center with its distinctive architectural style and the chic beach resort of Corniche d'Ain Diab. The magnificent Hassan II mosque, the second-largest religious building in the world, is open to visitors who are not Muslims. Between 1987 and 1993, King Hassan II constructed it. 80 thousand attendees can pray outside in the mosque's large area while over 25,000 people can pray inside the mosque. When the mosque is crowded, the roof opens to let fresh air enter. When it's cold outside, believers can kneel in prayer with the help of underfloor heating. The mosque is 200 meters long, 100 meters broad, and 65 meters tall, which sums up to 365, the number of days in a year. The Quartier Habous is Casablanca's most picturesque neighborhood. The New Medina is another name for this neighborhood, which was established in the 1920s when France was still a colony. The Quartier Habous has a quaint market-like feel that is reminiscent of a souk. There are numerous shops where you may buy spices, trinkets, and handmade goods. Don't forget to barter if you want to purchase something! In Morocco, it's typical to reduce the final settlement price to under 50% of the dealer's opening offer! You'll spend the night in a hotel or riad.

Day 2: Casablanca-Rabat the Capital-Fes

We continue our 8-day tour from Casablanca after breakfast. We'll start by travelling to Rabat, which is currently the capital of Morocco. We'll stop by the major sights, such the Hassan tower, here. It is thought that it was intended to be the tallest building in the world, but it was never finished since the idea's owner died. We will have the opportunity to look at the former royal family's mausoleum at Rabat's most prominent landmark, which is close to the tower. Then, we relocated to the Royal Palace, the home of the current Royal family. Next, a trip to the mosque, which is located on a cliff overlooking the Oua River. We are going to another imperial city after touring Rabat. The capital of the Ismailis at this period is Meknes. In this city, there are many sights to see. We'll stop in at Volubilis along the trip, the oldest Roman settlement south of Morocco, where you can see the splendour of the Roman Empire and see the lovely mosaics in the abandoned villas. After that, we'll traverse Meknes city and wander through the Medina and El Hedim plaza. You will arrive in the city of Meknes a few kilometers from the Roman remains. We'll go to Lhdim Square in this city, which is smaller than Jamaa El-Fna Square. One of the largest doors or gates in the world, Bab Mansour, is located next to the latter. You will also visit other locations in Meknes, including as the enigmatic underground prison known as Qara. Many legends claim that the Qara jail extends miles underground and enters the city of Fes. Finally, as evening falls, we'll leave Meknes and travel to Fes where we'll spend the night so you can unwind and prepare for your next day of exploring the city.

Day 3: Fes guided tour

Following breakfast, you will be greeted by a local guide who will accompany you on a local tour. As we navigate through the historic city, Old Fès feels like going back in time. The city still has its calming tradition of a traditional, old way of life. You will go to the renowned gate known as the Abou Jloud, which is the best entrance to the Medina. Then, continuing with one of the oldest universities in the world, the Quebec University. Then, a brief descent to the Adrassia Inania. Finest theological college in Fez. Visit the Zaouia of Moulay Idriss II first, then head to the tranquil Dar Batha Museum. We then take a stroll around the oldest market in the city, the Sedina Souks, where Fez's most distinctive handcrafted goods are displayed everywhere. You'll also observe Moroccan traditional crafts in the pottery cooperative. Your journey toward the mountains continues. One of the most iconic sights in Fez and a natural process that has used nearly the same techniques for high-quality leather since mediaeval times. The Big Chouara Tanneries, the metalworking Medersa Seffarin, and other beautifully designed architectural wonders including the Attarin Medersa and the Najarian Fountain. Your guide is always available if you have anything else you want to see or learn about in the city. We'll take you to the Merenids' graves in the afternoon so you can take in the picturesque panorama of the Medina. After the tour, our guide will make the short walk to your riad in Fes. Night-time in your hotel.

Day 4: Fes-Ifrane-Cedars forest-Midelt-Ziz Valley-Merzouga desert

After breakfast on day 4th of this 8 days tour from Casablanca, you'll set out for the desert via the Atlas Mountains, stopping in Ifrane along the way to visit the Azrou cedar forests, which are home to wild monkeys. It will be a wonderful chance to interact with them and snap pictures of them. To get to the small town of Rich, Erfoud, where you will feel the beginning of the Sahara, and then on to Merzouga, you continue across the Atlas Mountains, passing through Midelt. At Midelt, smack in the center of the Atlas Mountains, you'll make one more stop. Here, you'll have some free time to have lunch and take a break. A knowledgeable camel guide will accompany you while you ride your camel through the Erg-sand Chebbi's sea in the afternoon. Your first night will be spent either outside under the stars or in a real Berber luxury camp. The Berbers, who will play traditional music and demonstrate their culture, will welcome you with a gigantic fire and millions of stars like you've never seen before after dinner. At the camp, there are simple mattresses and carpeted tents for sleeping. If you are single, you will be sleeping in a same-sex tent. If you are a pair, they will place you with the other couples. This is done for religious reasons since unmarried men and single women are not allowed to share a room. The camp here is strange. You can either explore the endless sand dunes or rent some additional equipment, such a quad or sandboard.

Day 5: Merzouga-Rissani-Erfoud-Todra Gorges-Dades Valley

You'll leave the huge desert after breakfast in the hotel and travel to Rissani, which used to be a key halting site for Saharan caravans. You'll have the opportunity to explore the souk, the largest in the region if our arrival time falls during the Thursday and Sunday day markets. Then, from Merzouga, you'll take to the Todra Gorges. On the journey to the Todra Georges, you will see a lot of beautiful places. The location is Erfoud. Erfoud is well known for its stones, crystals, and fossils. These stones and fossils can be purchased from a variety of stores in this town. After exploring Erfoud for some time, you will be taken to the Todra Georges. Todra Georges is a town located in the High Atlas highlands. There is a well-known canyon there. Both rock climbing and hiking are very popular there. You'll be given the choice of taking a walk or going on a trek. The Dades Valley will be the next place you travel through on your tour. The "monkie fingers" rock formations can be seen in Dades Valley. Then you'll be taken by car to Boumaln Dades. You'll spend the night in Boumaln Dades' hotel. To experience the exhilaration of the remaining days of this 8 days tour from Casablanca, wait until that night.

Day 6: Dades valley- Skoura- Ouarzazate-Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah-High Atlas Mountain- Marrakech

After breakfast, we'll carry on with our tour toward Marakech. You will travel through Imgun Valley or the Valley of Roses and Skoura Lakes. One of Morocco's most aristocratic Mosques, the famous Mridil Asbahs from the 17th century, are a lovely stop in the Asses. Our route continues through the city that is known as Inema Capital of Morocco since it is a backdrop for numerous international movies and series. Before travelling for a few more kilometres to reach the famous Kasbahs of Ait Ben-Haddou, we will stop at the Ouarzazate, one of the city's main attractions. Unprotected red mud brick village with most of its structures dating to the time of the caravan’s era in the eleventh century. His certified village also serves as a significant location for numerous well-known movies and television shows like Gladiator and Game of Thrones. Then, as we traverse the high Atlas Mountains on our way to Marrakech, we'll enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the 2260-meter-high Sizi N'tichka Pass. As soon as we arrive, we will drop you off to your lodging outside of Sarroukh. Late at night at Riad Aialou in Marrakech.

Day 7: Guided visit of Marrakech

After breakfast in the riad, you will enjoy a morning guided tour of Marrakech "the Red City of Morocco". The famous Palais de Bahia, a palace with beautiful mosaics and alluring interior spaces, will be our first stop on the journey. The stunning Saadian tombs and the Jewish Quarter, whose architecture contrasts sharply with that of the rest of the medina, will be our next stops. We'll visit Marrakech's instantly recognisable Koutoubia Mosque and the venerable Medersa Ben Youssef, a centre for Quranic studies with exquisite Arabian-Andalusian design. Finally, we'll stop at the busy Jemaah el Fna plaza, which is well-known for its numerous vendors selling water dressed in traditional attire, snakes, orange juice, and henna art. While enjoying your lunch break on one of the terraces with a panoramic view, unwind and take in the sights of the energetic crowds below. A short walk takes you to another of Morocco's top sights, Adii Alасе, a beautiful 16th century ruin. Then, your guide will take you to the Saadiаn tombs. Histоriс rоуаl nесrороlis in Mаrrаkесh frоm the 16th century. Then, your tour continues to the Sоuks, Marrakech's most colourful markets. We'll continue until we arrive at the magnificent Majorelle Gardens, where you can take a leisurely stroll through a calm oasis in the centre of the city at your own pace. Visit the Berber Museum, which is housed in the eye-catching blue villa, to learn more about the Berber people and their fascinating history and culture. After dinner, you can walk through the square and be entertained by magicians, storytellers, tooth-pullers, and food vendors. Finally, your riad will provide overnight lodging.

Day 8: Transfer to the airport

After many lovely memories of an 8 days tour from Casablanca, we will need to travel to the airport in (Marrakech/Casablanca), which you informed us about. We'll say goodbye to one another. We anticipate having a fantastic time while traveling with you. The end of the tour will now be difficult for us as well. We have spent so many days with you, and we will miss you. If the itineraries we provide don't meet your needs, send us a note detailing what you're looking for, and we'll tailor the trip to meet your needs. The greatest private tours in Morocco are available from us, so you can count on us. Additionally, don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any queries regarding this top-notch 8-day travel itinerary from Casablanca. We'll always be available to support you as you resolve your problems. By selecting "BOOK" or "INQUIRY," you can contact us. We are happy to help you at any time. Do not be reluctant to contact us.


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