• Morocco Tour from Casablanca -  12 Day 11 Night Tour From Casablanca


At the agreed time we will wait for you at the airport to transfer you to your Riad. Dinner and accommodation.


Today and after a good Moroccan breakfast we will dedicate to the visit of this city, it is a mixture of sites, feelings and culture, outside the medina it seems a European city of the most normal, but when you cross its gateway to the Medina You feel what is really Morocco, its friendly and friendly people, the alleys of its souk listening to the call to prayer a captivating and beautiful city. We will visit the Hassan II Mosque, the second largest in the world, a magnificent building with spectacular views over the sea and the most interesting points of this city such as the Boulevard de la Corniche, the Park of Nations and the square Mohamed V.

We will continue to the city of Rabat, protected by several walls, the medina reflects the soul of the ancient city, its medina with its stalls of splendid carpets, brass artisans etc ... and their craftsmen who exercise their art under the eyes of the Travelers We can visit the Royal Palace, the Mausoleum of Mohamed V and the Tower of Hassan among others, Dinner and accommodation in Hotel.

Day 03: Rabat - Volubilis - Meknes -Fes

Today we will continue our touristic route visiting the Roman ruins of Volúbilis, where we will walk discovering the ruins, there are some points where we can not stop visiting like són: Forum, Basilica and Temple of Jupiter, Spa, Caracalla Arch: Built in marble in the year 217, Mosaics, we will follow Meknes is the most modest of the four Imperial Cities of Morocco, something that makes it a different place, much more quiet and relaxed, where we will visit its souks, the square El-Hedim, The door Bab el-mansou etc ... In the afternoon we will arrive in Fez. Dinner and accommodation.

Day 04 - Fes world heritage site Tour:

Today we will spend the whole day visiting this great city, the oldest, rich, cultural, religious, spiritual and mysterious of the four imperial cities of Morocco, where you can see that it has not suffered the passage of time. The visits that define Fez are: · Chouwara tannery: it is the most extensive and well-known of the four traditional tanneries that continue to live in the heart of the medina of Fez. · Al Karaouine Mosque: The most important and one of its largest architectural complexes. · Bab Bou Jeloud Gate; The most important gateway to the Medina, the oldest and most charming part of the city. · Royal Palace of Fez: From the fourteenth century it is one of the largest and oldest in Morocco, although it is not worth visiting it is worth to look at its seven doors. · Mausoleum of Mulay Idrís: Shrine dedicated to Mulay Idrís, King of Morocco between 807 and 828, one of the founders of Fez. · Seffarine Square; Located in the heart of the Medina, and where one of the oldest trades in Fez is preserved, the one of the artisan caldereros.Medersas; In the old Koranic schools, where students sometimes resided, and in Fez there are three, the only one that can be visited is the Medersa Cherratine, which differs from the others by its functional little ornate style, Dinner and hotel accommodation.

Day 05: Fes - Midelt - Erfoud- Merzouga:

Today after breakfast we will head towards Midelt passing through the mountains of the Middle Atlas, our first stop will be in Ifrane (Moroccan Switzerland) located in the mountains of the Middle Atlas, it is an oasis of freshness and vegetation with its lakes and fountains, Wide avenues, green spaces and European-style houses with sloping roofs evoke strangely Switzerland from there they are often called (The Moroccan Switzerland), here you will discover an unknown face of North Africa. Its lakes abound is this region located in the massive heart of cedar forests where its most famous inhabitant is the great Gouraud Cedar, and a few meters we will find the hundreds of Gibraltar monkeys that inhabit the area and that people love feed them. We will continue towards Midelt by the road of Tizi Talghemt or Neck of the Camella to 1,907 meters of altitude with an impressive relief and its mountains completely naked make an interesting place where we will make a stop to eat. Our route follows Erfoud (the gate of the desert) passing through the Valley of Ziz a beautiful landscape with its red gorges that contrast with the green of the valley, the palm groves are a marvel that combine the beautiful palm groves with the impressive gorges that cause in the Traveler's absolute tranquility, its long belts of oasis flooded with date palms, majestic mahogany abobe and its fortified villages makes it a landscape worthy of admiration, we will reach Merzouga in the middle of the afternoon Dinner and overnight.

Day 06: Merzouga - Erg Chebbi - Merzouga 

Today and after breakfast, we will go to the Desert, crossing one of the tracks that were used in the "Rally Paris-Dakar" to enter and learn how the native people live in this area and sharing with them a tea, the door of the great Sahara desert Where we can enjoy breathtaking landscapes and contemplate how nature is changing, the mountains leave a step to the oasis, and where out of nowhere appears a small town where time seems to have stopped, where people lead a simple life with the essential, Surrounded by horizons of sand that never ends and a silence that says so much of these peoples. We will approach Khamlia a small town where black Africa has created its gheto, there survive with their livestock and their lands and where we can enjoy a tea to the sound of their music, we will pass by the famous mines of Mifis, where the French extracted the Baritina, with spectacular views and proximity to the Algerian border will add to our stage today a touch of emotion. Finally we will end our route through the desert with the visit of the oasis of Tissardmin where we will stop to see some very ancient sedimentary rocks that contain fossils of plants and animals that lived in that region. We will arrive at the inn about three in the afternoon to eat quietly, mid-afternoon we will be waiting for the camels to travel the high desert dunes and spend a night under a sky full of stars, you can see for yourself how the silence of the Desert, surrounded by miles and miles of fine sand. Enjoy the sunset in the middle of the golden dunes and spend an unforgettable Berber night enjoying a tea and a nomadic dinner, dinner and accommodation in unforgettable tent.

Day 07: Merzouga - Rissani - Erfoud - Todra Gorges - The Dades Valley:

Today we will get up soon, we can not miss the sunrise in the desert and take some photos, we will camel back to the hotel where after a shower and a good breakfast we will go to Rissani where we will make a stop to visit the bustling market, where there is a Special parking to leave the donkeys with what the locals transport their products like crafts, food, animals etc ... to sell them in the market, which astonishes to all the travelers and tourists who pass through this city, our route continues direction Erfoud, one Of the charms of these small villages is their tranquility, we will also have the possibility if you are happy to pay a visit to the fossil factory. We will continue the route until we reach the spectacular Todra Gorges, one of the most visited and tourist places in Morocco, the impressive, spectacular and impressive Gorges offer a canyon with vertical walls of reddish rock, the highest walls reach about 300 meters Height, without any hustle and bustle of people is a perfect place to stroll and admire nature in its purest form, it is the perfect place for all those who are lovers of climbing and tracking. Our day will end in the Valley of the Dades, Dinner and accommodation in Hotel.

Day 08: The Valley of the Dades - Boutghrar - Valley of the Roses - Skoura - Ouarzazate - Marrakech:

Today and after breakfast we will continue our journey visiting the  Dades  Gorges which offers a variety of landscapes much greater than the Todra Valley, true gorges and spectacular canyons that will make our route enjoy the nature of this country, and where we can compare The difference of life between the Berbers of the mountains, the nomads of the desert and those of the Atlas, a spectacular route and enlivened by a series of forts built in adobe with crenellated towers and crude bricks, a spectacular landscape in which the desert and The mountain forms ocher and red tones, the rivers create gorges that are transformed into fertile valleys, the route of the thousand kasbahs is the most attractive, we will pass byBoutaghrar, a small town, in which some children play in the street while others They carry straw on their backs to their homes. In these towns, more distant from mass tourism, children do not persecute you to give them money ... but they do come with curiosity to ask where you are or what your name is ... a whole experience to have contact with the people of These villages, we will follow the Valley of the Roses where its inhabitants cultivate small plots of the botanical species Rosa Damascena a landscape worthy of admire for its contrast of colors, here we will eat in one of the typical restaurants of the area. Continue along the valley until you reach Ouarzazate and cross the High Atlas until you reach Marrackech in the middle of the afternoon, Dinner and overnight at the Hotel.

DAY 09: MARRAKECH Tour Guide

This morning and after breakfast you will have the day off to visit Marrackech, a city that will undoubtedly surprise you. We recommend you to visit: · Gardens of the Menara, mirror of the Muslim Paradise on earth, this peaceful garden is special for walking and its main charm lies in the central area, around a huge artificial pond, the legends tell that these gardens Were used by the Sultans for their love affairs. · Saadíes tombs, one of the most visited places in Marrackech, were open to the public in 1,917 years in which they were discovered. In the same garden you can see more than 100 tombs decorated with mosaics, in them are buried the bodies of the servants and warriors of the Saadian dynasty. · The Palace of the Bay is a palace and set of gardens built with the intention of being the largest palace of all time and residence of the old vizier, includes a courtyard decorated with central pond and surrounded by rooms. · La Koutobia, one of the most representative monuments of the city, stands out for its minaret of 69 meters of height, the highest building of the city. · Jemaa El Fna, you will be surprised by its enormous dimensions despite being located in the center of the medina, a real network of alleys and passageways, you will be surprised when the square totally changes of scene for the day a fabulous souk and for The night turns into a swarm of nightclubs where people gather for dinner. Dinner and overnight at hotel


Today our route will continue to Essaouira (coastal city), and located on a small rocky platform that penetrates the sea. The personality of the medina of essaouira are its streets of neat layout that give it a personality of its own and different from other medinas. Its main business is fishing, so you can not miss the colorful and lively spectacle of the boats returning to port, and savor the incomparable freshness of a good fish. Another characteristic of Essaouira is its immense beach of fine sand of about 10 kilometers surprising and soasadora by its tranquility. A city that without a doubt will leave you an unforgettable memory, Dinner and hotel accommodation.

DAY 11: Essaouira - El Oualidia beach-  Casablanca

Today we will go to Casablanca (economic capital of the country), but before we make a stop in Oualidia is a picturesque resort located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounded by many lagoons, its beautiful white sand beach stretches for 3 km. One of its curiosities is the descent of the tide since you can enjoy a wonderful spectacle with sandbar and the ocean as horizon. We will continue our route along the coast until reaching El Jadida, this one preserves all its walls and 4 of the five original bastions, the peculiarity of its fishing port and its well preserved medina, the main attraction of this city open to the ocean, we will continue The coast to pay a visit to the Vestiges of the Portuguese, we will arrive to Casablanca in the afternoon, Dinner and accommodation.

DAY 12: Casablanca Airport

Transfer to the airport,end of our service.


What's included?

  • Tour in a 4x4 vehicle or minibus (AC)
  • Driver, guide, fuel
  • Accommodation Half Board.
  • One night desert camp and camel ride Half Board.
  • Free time to explore the sites such as Ait Benhaddou, kasbah, Walks, Canyons, Breaks for photos,..Etc
  • Sand Boarding.

What's excluded?

  • Flights
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Tips

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