10 Days from Casablanca Desert Tours

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10 Days from Casablanca Desert Tours

10 Days from Casablanca Desert Tours



10 Days from Casablanca Desert Tours : This is our 10-day travel package departing from Casablanca. We’re glad you found this page. Spending a day in Morocco is sure to be a memorable experience. Allow us to help you plan a 10 day trip starting in Casablanca. There is a wide variety of both destinations and things to do.

The royal towns, the seashore, and the Desert trip are all part of this big tour of Morocco, making it an excellent choice. Fes, the Erg Chebbi dunes, Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, and the red city of Marrakech are among the most stunning destinations you’ll see on your journey. A camel ride, Berber tent camping, and a Hamman in Fes among the trip’s highlights.

Tour Plan :

Day 1: Casablanca – Rabat

Arrival in Casablanca in the morning, followed by a quick tour of Morocco’s commercial capital and major port city. after that, go to Rabat. Please check in at the hotel. The Medina (the old city), with its stone and white washed buildings boasting great, dark-wood studded doors; the Hassan Tower, whose intricate stone-work dominates the skyline; the Mohammed V Mausoleum housing the onyx tomb of the late king; and the ramparts of Michouar encircling the Royal Palace are all included in the afternoon’s sightseeing itinerary.

Following the tour of Rabat, we will transport you back to your hotel in time for supper and the night.

Rabat, Meknes, Volubilis, Moulay Idriss, and Fes are on the itinerary for Day 2 of the trip.

Departure for Meknes in the morning, with trips to the city’s Medina, also known as the old city, and Bab el Mansour, a colossal gateway that served as the city’s principal entry in the 17th century. Following that, make a stop at the Roman remains of Volubilis, which are often considered to be the best archaeological site in all of Morocco. These ruins include mosaics, temples, and a triumphal arch. While you are traveling to the sacred town of Moulay Idriss, which is the creator of the first indigenous Islamic monarchy in Morocco, you will pass through this settlement. Travel to Fes so that you may check in at the hotel there.

Day 3: The Fes

The whole day will be spent seeing the wonders of Fes, the oldest of the Imperial Cities, which was established in 790 A.D. Pay a visit to the Medina, which dates back to medieval times, and the Karaouiyne Mosque, which has an exquisite floral design and Kufic writing carved into the plaster of its central aisle. Do not pass up the opportunity to visit the Islamic institutions, such as Abou Anania and Attarine, which have exquisite external and interior décor and workmanship.

You should also check out the Nejjarine Fountain, which has multicolored tiles. Explore the marketplaces of Fes, which are considered to be the most interesting in all of Morocco.

Dinner and night at your hotel.

Day 4: The Fes

A citadel of splendor. This ancient city captivates visitors with its allure as it reveals itself in each winding lane, broad street, old or modern medina, regal home, and hillside. The history of a treasure that belonged to a whole civilisation, comparable to that of Florence or Athens. After becoming the first capital of Morocco in 808 A.D., Rabat went on to become the Imperial of all Imperial towns.

Fes is a multifaceted spiritual and cultural center that is located in Morocco. Your tour to the world’s oldest university, which takes place during the course of your two-day stay in this unparalleled magnificence, will transport you back in time (before Oxford or the Sorbonne).

Come back to the hotel for supper and to spend the night there.

Day 5: Fes – Midelt – Errachidia – Merzouga

After breakfast, make your way to Erfoud, stopping briefly at Midelt and Errachidia on route. Midelt is known for its breathtaking vistas of the peaks of the High Atlas Mountains, while Errachidia is a contemporary metropolitan area. Before heading directly to Merzouga to spend the night in a tent on the dunes like a Bedouin and take in the view of the vast night sky filled with thousands upon thousands of stars. It is a breathtaking experience to see the dawn the next morning.

Day 6: Merzouga -Todra Gorges – Boumalne Dades – Ouarzazate

We will get up early to see the desert sunrise over the Merzouga Dunes, which is sure to be an unforgettable experience. The hilltop Bordj East Fort is part of the itinerary for early morning sightseeing in Erfoud. Upon arriving in Tinghir, take a trip to the Todra Gorge, known as the Grand Canyon of Morocco because to its breathtaking pink cliffs.

On your route to Ouarzazate, stop at the rose-growing hamlet of Kelaat M’Gouna, and then continue on to Boumalne, which is perched on a hill overlooking the Dades Valley (The Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs). Arrival in the evening at your accommodation in the city of Ouarzazate.

Day 7: Ouarzazate – Marrakech

Visits to the Kasbah of Tifoultoute and the School of Handicrafts are included in the morning’s itinerary for touring in Ouarzazate. The School of Handicrafts has displays of stone carvings, ceramics, carpets, and silver jewelry. Continue on your trip to Marrakech and your accommodation, making a stop at the gorgeous Kasbah (fortified stronghold) of Ait Benhaddou on the way there. This Kasbah seems to be a sandcastle in the middle of a field of almond trees.

Marrakech, the eighth day

The whole of the day is devoted to seeing the captivating and lovely city of Marrakesh, which is characterized by its fusion of Berber customs, Arab renaissance, and Western influences. We will visit the Tombs of the Saadien Kings, the Dar Si Said Museum, which is located in a palace dating back to the 19th century, the Agdal and Menara Gardens, and the Koutoubia Mosque, which dates back to the 12th century and is located on a hill overlooking the city.

You should also check out the Bahia and Bedii Palaces in addition to the tanners’ and dyers’ quarters. Before going to supper and spending the night at our hotel, we will finish our tour with a stop to Jamaa El Fna Square, which is home to spice dealers, storytellers, snake charmers, fire-eaters, acrobats, musicians, and a wide variety of other performers.

Day 9: Marrakech – Essaouira – Marrakech

Following breakfast, we will go in the direction of Essaouira. The Porte de la Marine, which was constructed in 1184 and is known as one of the true wonders of architectural design, serves as the primary access point to the magnificent harbor of this city. Before heading back to your hotel in Marrakech for dinner and the night, take a moment to kick back, relax, and take in the breathtaking scenery of the sandy beach that sweeps to the south of this lovely town as well as the woody hills that dominate the eastern horizon.

10th Day: Travel from Marrakech to Casablanca

Drive back to Casablanca so that you may connect with your flights with the most memorable gifts and experiences that Morocco has to offer.


  • Pick up and drop off in Marrakech (at your hotel, airport or any other place)
  • Private transfer by comfortable A/C 4×4 vehicle
  • Experienced English speaking guide/driver
  • Breakfasts and dinners
  • Lunch/drinks consumed during the tour
  • Plane ticket to and from Morocco
  • Entry fees to monuments/museums
  • All that isn’t mentioned on the itinerary
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