OVERVIEW 10 DAY TOUR FROM CASABLANCA
The most popular trip departing from Casablanca, this excursion takes you to Marrakech, Fez, the Sahara, Chefchaouen, the High Atlas Mountains, and Berber settlements.
⦁ A 10-DayTour Morocco from Casablanca Adaptations to the program is possible
.⦁ We’ll pick you up wherever you’re staying or landing
.⦁ The cost is variable based on the number of guests and the time of year. Contact us, and we can help you arrange your vacation ( private and group tours available).
ITINERARY DETAILS FOR A 10 DAY TOUR FROM CASABLANCA:
DAY 1/ ARRIVE IN CASABLANCA, TRANSFER TO RABAT
After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, the best start, you’ll begin your Morocco tour in Casablanca, the country’s commercial hub.
As a first stop, we’ll check out Hassan 2, the second-largest mosque in the world, and one of Morocco’s most remarkable architectural feats, thanks to its perch high above the water in a rocky bay. From there, we’ll head to Place Mohamed V, where most of the country’s historic government buildings are located. Visit the 12th-century Hassan Tower before continuing to RABAT, the capital of Morocco. Then, visit the Andalusian-style castle of Ordains Kasbah, constructed in the 11th century and offers stunning vistas over Salé and the Atlantic Ocean.
A driver will take you back to your Riad for the night.
Day 2: Rabat to Chefchaouen on a Free Hike Through the Wazan and Rif Mountains
Following breakfast at A, we’ll travel through the picturesque countryside of the Rif, passing via the charming city of Wazan on our way to the lovely town of Chefchaouen, where you’ll get your first taste of this delightful city.
Starting your time in the “Blue City” with our resident guide is a must.
The beauty of this place in Morocco is unparalleled.
The city is small and not very crowded, making it simple to wander around; the Kasbah, a walled fortress that has been restored extensively, now houses a lovely garden, a small ethnographic Museum, and an even smaller art gallery; however, keep in mind that every part or wall of the city is an attraction. Next, we’ll get in the car and go to our overnight Raid.
Day 3: From Chefchaouen via Volubis to Meknes to Fes
Our trip will begin at Volubilis, and we’ll pass via Wazan and several other Riff villages on the way to the desert.
We will go to the ancient city of Volubilis, Morocco, to see its Roman remains and learn about the country’s past.
The next stop will be at Moulay Idriss, a city whose buildings spectacularly tumble down the steep slopes of the Khyber and Tazga hills.
After lunch, we’ll go to the city of Meknes, where we may explore the ancient walls of the Medina, see the famous Bab el-Mansour gate, and pay our respects at the tomb of Moulay Ismail. After that, we’ll get in the car and go straight to Fes, where you’ll spend the night in a stunning Riad.
Day 4: STAYING IN FES FOR A FOURTH AND FINAL DAY OF SIGHTSEEING.
You will begin your day in Morocco’s spiritual capital and oldest city (FES) with a hearty breakfast at your Riad.
Amid the hustle and bustle of its souks, epic byways, and ancient landmarks. Initially, the massive Royal Palace gate connects Fes’s modern and old parts.
The famed Al Qaraouine University, the Tanneries, and the Attarine museum will be among the many cultural and historical landmarks we will visit after that.
Following lunch, you’ll explore the historic district of Fes El Bali, a UNESCO World Heritage site home to some of the city’s most impressive architecture, including the Babb Boujloud (the main gate of the medina) and other iconic Moroccan landmarks. Locally crafted crafts in vibrant Moroccan patterns, leatherwork, metalwork, and more can be found in abundance in Fes el Bali. We’ll get a drink in the brand new town this afternoon. Stay the night at a Hotel/Riad.
Day 5: Fez, Ifran, Azeroth, Ziz Valley, Merzouga, Camel Trek, Campfire
We’ll depart Fes in the morning to travel via the high Atlas Mountains, one of Morocco’s most fascinating and picturesque landscapes, as well as a physical and historical barrier between the northern area and the pre-Sahara.
Starting at Ifran, sometimes known as the “Switzerland of Morocco,” is the first step.
The Cedar Forest is the next stop on our tour, and we’ll be through a few different kinds of forest on our route to the famous cedar forests, which the critically endangered Barbary apes call home. You may get to the oasis of Tafilalt by the rugged Tizi Ntalghamtt, which is reached through the Ziz Gorges. Along the way, you’ll get stunning views of the Ziz Valley as you go through Errachidia (where you’ll stop for lunch and enjoy the boundless hospitality of the Berbers).
After an exciting day, you may unwind in a comfortable riad while taking in the breathtaking scenery and friendly locals.
Spend the night at your riad.
Day 6: NIGHT CAMPING AND CAMEL TREK IN THE MERZOUGA AREA (ERG CHEBBI) The best part of 10 day tour from Casablanca
In the morning, we will awaken before dawn to see the sunrise and return to our riad for breakfast.
Our way of life is what you’ll see today.
We’ll take you on a full round of the dunes, stopping at an oasis in MERZOUGA before heading to a nomadic encampment where you can learn about the music and culture of the Gnawa people. Afterward, you’ll go to Rissani -Sijilmassa, a historic city and the birthplace of many rulers in Morocco’s history; it was also the meeting spot for the African caravans and home to a diverse variety of birds. The souk is where you’ll find vendors hawking anything from spices and veggies to clothing.
After being greeted with a drink of mint tea in a traditional nomadic fashion, you’ll get on your camel and follow your experienced camel guy as you ride across the stunning Sahara Desert and discover the secrets of the Erg Chebbi sand sea.
At your nomad tents, you may unwind and watch one of the world’s most beautiful sunsets over the dunes of golden sand. Supper will be served before you reach the camp, where you may set up a tent or sleep beneath the stars for the first time. Keep in mind that if you’d want some traditional music played with drums and dancing around the campfire, we can invite some Berber nomad musicians. The camp has modern amenities, including flush toilets and hot showers, for your comfort.
7th Day: Merzouga, Todgha Gorge, Dades Valley
Your camel guy will play most OKou up early for what may be the most OK dawn of your life. For many of our guests, their most memorable moment in Merzouga was when they climbed to the top of the dunes to see the dawn. After taking in the ever-changing hues of the Erg Chebbi dunes, you’ll camel-trek back to the town of Merzouga.
After a hearty breakfast in the Raid, you’ll set out for Dads Valley (Road of a Thousand Kasbahs), passing through Rissani, Erfoud (a historical region and an archaeologist’s delight that is packed with fossils), and Tinghir, which demonstrates the traditional rural life of this region through its beautifully constructed houses dotting the landscape of the largest oasis.
Getting to the top of the tallest and narrowest gorges in Morocco, the Todra, is a must if you want to see one of the most breathtaking sights in all of Morocco.
The depth of the gorge’s 300-meter-high clefts into the canyon’s sides is unfathomable. After that, we’ll take a trip into Dads Valley, where you can take in sights like the towering sand castles, bizarre rock formations called “monkey toes,” and the picturesque Berber settlements dotting the valley floor. It would be nice to see the sun go down over Tssidrine Road once we’ve checked in on your raid.
Day 8: Dades Valley – Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou to Marrakech
Immediately after breakfast at the hotel, we’ll hit the road for a tour of The Dades Valley, a fascinating section of the world-famous Road of a Thousand Kasbahs. We’ll make a pit stop at Kalaa-Mgouna, also known as “the rose city,” for its annual rose festival to stock up on rosewater and other locally produced cosmetics. The Kasbah Ameridil is an exceptionally well-preserved mud-brick Kasbah near Skoura and the Bird’s Valley, both of which are worth seeing. Stop for lunch at a restaurant with panoramic views when you’re done exploring the valley on foot. The next stop on the itinerary is Ouarzazate, sometimes known as “the Hollywood of Africa,” because the region’s stunning scenery has drawn the attention of Hollywood’s top filmmakers. Visit the studios to view actual movie memorabilia from films you’ve watched.
We’ll be exploring the waters of the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, one of the most stunning in the region and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Before you proceed to Marrakech over the tizin’tichka pass, stop at the Kasbah and take in the stunning views of the palm trees in the area.
We’ll take a break to see the Kasbah at Telouet, which dates back to the 17th century, and then we’ll keep traveling down the tIzin’tichka route, famous for its stunning scenery and little Berber settlements. In the late afternoon in Marrakech, you may stroll around the charming Djemâa El-Fna square and sip beverages while taking in the view from one of the many rooftop bars and restaurants. Spend the night in a riad in Marrakesh.
Day 9: Sightseeing in Marrakech
Marrakesh may be the best example of Morocco’s distinctive culture and allure. The 12th-century Koutoubia Mosque, the painter Jacques Majorelle’s cacti- and palm-filled Majorelle Garden, and the Saadian Tombs are just a few of the sites you may see with one of our local guides. This cemetery from the 16th century is covered with mosaics.
After the lunch break, If you find yourself in town, don’t miss the Babouche just because you don’t have time to peruse the area’s intriguing souks (local marketplaces) (shoes), Souk, Chouari (carpenter’s), open-air market, El-Attarine (perfume and spice) souk, and the Cherratine (leather) souk, and the narrow alleys around the Djemâa El-Fna square where, within the evening, you’ll be charmed by snake charmers, singers, acrobats, dancers, narrators, and story-tellers – moving from one.
DAY 10 / DEPARTING MARRAKECH OUR Best 10 day Tour from Casablanca will finsh here
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