14 days Morocco grand tour from Casablanca





14 days

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Morocco’s stunning attractions include camel trekking along the Atlantic coast, the Atlas Mountains, the rich culture of both Arabic and Berber cultures, and the spectacular and bustling souks. This itinerary provides an exceptional overview of Morocco, including visits to imperial cities such as Marrakesh and Fes, as well as a memorable adventure to Southern Morocco, which includes a night in the desert and camel riding. This tour can be tailored to your specific requirements and interests.


  • Private A/C 4WD Toyota Land Cruiser/minivan/ bus throughout the tour + fuel
  • Experienced English-speaking driver (guide)
  • Pick up from and drop off at airport
  • Accommodations with breakfast
  • Overnight in Nomad desert bivouac with guide (private tents) with dinner and breakfast
  • Camels and guide, including sandboarding
  • Accommodation in Dades Gorge with dinner and breakfast
  • Local guide in Marrakech and Fes
  • Free time to explore interesting sites such as Ait Benhaddou, kasbahs, walks and canyons, breaks for photos etc.
  • Personal and Alcoholic beverages
  • Lunch
  • Tips and gratuities

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Tour Plan

You will be welcomed by your private driver/ guide at Casablanca airport and taken on a short tour of Morocco's commercial capital, including the Great Mosque Hassan II, where you will see a beautiful specimen of Moroccan architecture. It is the kingdom's largest mosque and the world's fifth largest mosque. Overnight stay at your Riad.

After breakfast, we will depart from Casablanca for Tangier, stopping along the way to visit the large Mosque Hassan II and the Coffee ricks. Across Rabat, Morocco's administrative capital. In Rabat, we will see the magnificent Mohammed V Mausoleum, the Hassan Tower, and the Kasbah des Oudayas before driving to Asilah, a small village of artists and fishermen. The Medina is small, with mostly blue and white houses. After that, we'll drive to our final destination, Tangier. Overnight stay at your Riad.

Depart Tangier for the captivating mountain village of Chefchaouen, passing through the Rif Mountains' green valleys. Chefchaouen is well-known for its vibrant blue-washed houses and is popular with both tourists and Moroccans, especially during the hot summer months. Explore Chefchaouen's winding lanes and narrow alleys, which are home to a multitude souks providing cuisine and artisan works such as hand knitted items, created special embroidery, and goats cheese; all of which are unique to the North and cannot be found elsewhere in Morocco. Relax in the square, go on a farm tour, or go for a hike in one of the nearby parks. Overnight stay at your Riad.

Our tour will begin in Volubilis, passing through Wazan and other Riff villages, after we have breakfast in the Riad. We will visit Volubilis to see the Roman ruins and learn about the Moroccan archeological site. We'll then travel to Moulay Idriss, a city constructed on the rocky spurs of the Khyber and Tazga mountains, with buildings cascading spectacularly down the hillsides. After that, we'll go to Meknes, where we'll have lunch and tour the medieval Medina's massive walls, including Bab el-Mansour, as well as the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. Then we'll drive straight to Fes, where you'll stay in a luxurious Riad for the night. Overnight stay at your Riad.

After breakfast in your riad, begin your 10-day tour from Casablanca on an exploratory stroll around the Medina, where you will see many hidden treasures that only the locals are aware of. First and foremost, Fes served as Morocco's capital for more than 350 years and is home to the University of Al Karaouine, the world's oldest operational university. As a result, your guided tour will take you to the Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss, the Nejjarine Fountains, and the Tanneries.

After breakfast, we'll drive to Merzouga. You'll start in Ifrane, then move on to Midelt and the Ziz Valley. Tody, you will see the middle and high Atlas Mountains, and you will stop at the famous cedar forest to see the monkeys; as we continue our journey, you will notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach Errachidia. We will stop in Midelt for lunch before continuing along the Ziz valley, stopping for panoramic views along the way to allow you to take photos. We'll pass through Erfoud and Rissani. We'll go to the weekly market here. When you arrive in Merzouga at the end of the day, your hotel will greet you with a glass of mint tea. Overnight at your hotel.

After breakfast, we will begin our journey by visiting the Gnaoua people, who were originally slaves brought from Sudan, to enjoy their music and way of life. We will traverse the dunes in a 4X4 vehicle. You will meet nomad families who still live in Berber tents and will learn about their way of life. Lunch will be a traditional Moroccan dish called "Berber pizza." After that, you may have some free time to relax before riding your camel through the dunes of Erg Echebbi in the afternoon. When you arrive at your desert camp, you will eat dinner under the stars while listening to berber music over the sand dunes. Overnight at your luxury desert camp.

Meet your guide in Merzouga after an early morning camel ride. Today's trip will take you through one breathtaking sight after another, including the stunning oasis of Tinghir, where you can take a walk along the Todgha riverside, seeing Berber communities and learning about the local people's way of life. Continue your road to the stunning Todgha Valley and stop for a tasty lunch at a nearby cafe. Before arriving at your riad, drive down the Kasbahs Road to Dades Valley in the afternoon. Overnight at your Riad.

After breakfast, drive along the Valley of the Roses, where you can visit one of the Rose water cooperatives and discover how the villagers make rose-scented perfumes using distilled rose water. We continue to Ouarzazate, passing through the Skoura oasis, which is known for its date palm trees, and then to Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO world heritage site that has been used as a set for numerous Hollywood films, fashion shoots, and commercials. The Kasbah has been carefully conserved and is made up of several Kasbahs that have been crammed together to form a single structure. We start our descent through the Atlas Mountains in the afternoon, going through Tizi Ntichka Pass and passing through several Berber villages with stone and mud buildings. You notice right away that life here hasn't changed in millennia!! Shepherds make up the majority of the population. We arrive late in the afternoon in Marrakech, and your driver will drop you out at your riad or hotel. Overnight at your Riad.

After breakfast in the riad, take a morning guided tour of Marrakech, Morocco's "Red City." As a result, your guide will make sure you see all of the historical and cultural attractions, such as the Koutoubia Minaret, the Saadian tombs, the lovely Palace of Bahia, and the Ben Youssef Coranic School. Finally, finish the morning by strolling through the medina alleys, where you can observe the various artists at work before arriving at the famed Jamaa El Fna Square. Then lunch at a restaurant near the square, followed by a visit to the Majorelle gardens and a short tour of Gueliz, Marrakech's new city. After dinner, you can take a stroll through the square, where you will be entertained by magicians, storytellers and food vendors. Overnight at your Riad.

This day trip to Ourika Valley is one of the most popular day trips, excursions to see and experience the real life of the local Berbers. Ourika Valley is considered to be one of the closest excursions, day trips from Marrakech to discover the Atlas Mountains and all of the surprises it has to offer such as nature, rivers, red mountains, Berber villages, and waterfalls... Ourika Valley is a popular day-trip and excursion destination from Marrakech due to its many waterfalls and attractions. This day trip from Marrakech to the high Atlas mountains and Ourika Valley toexperience one of Morocco's most beautiful and best preserved valleys with small Berber villages and incredible shot stops of waterfalls and mountainous landscapes with a station to visit a regional and berber females association in which they produce many products of Argan Oil, used both for its nutritional and cosmetic values. Overnight at your Riad.

After breakfast in your riad, you will begin your journey to Essaouira, a coastal city in Morocco. Enjoy your 10-day tour starting in Casablanca following a 2-and-a-half-hour drive to begin visiting the city. First, you'll go to the Skala Fortress, where you'll observe wood created by artists. In addition, stroll through the medina's alleys to see hundreds of handicrafts. Surfers from all over the world flock to this "City of the Wind." Indeed, Essaouira has seen various civilizations, notably the Portuguese occupation, which has left its mark on much of the city's architecture. It is, however, a small village with a lot of history. Because of its size, as well as its distinctive blue doors and

Today, we'll take the coastal road from Essaouira to Casablanca, Morocco's economic city, while admiring the scenery. We will pass through Safi and then to Oualida, where you will enjoy delicious seafood in this beautiful area. After lunch, we will travel to Casablanca via El Jadida, an old medina founded by the Portuguese in 1513. Arrive in Casablanca in the early evening and have dinner. Overnight at your riad.

Transfer to the airport after breakfast, depending on your flight departure time.


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