Best Morocco tour From Casablanca

Best Morocco tour from Casablanca; A  16-day journey from Casablanca to Marrakech, including stops in Chefchaouen and the Sahara Desert, promises an immersive experience through Morocco’s diverse landscapes, rich culture, and historical sites.

Day 1 : Casablanca transfer to the hotel
-Arrive in Casablanca
-Transfer to hotel
-Dinner at Rick’s Café
Overnight at Hotel

Morocco Desert Tour from Casablanca

Day 2 : Casablanca – Rabat – Chefchaouen
-Breakfast at hotel.
-Visit Casablanca’s Hassan II Mosque for a guided visit inside.
-Drive to Rabat- Visit 12th century fortified castle Oudaya Kasbah. Walk the narrow alleyways, panoramic view with a stop for tea and a sweet almond pastry. If open, visit the Andalusian Garden and then continue to Hassan II Tower and Mohammed V Mausoleum. Tour the mausoleum where 3 kings of Morocco are buried and marvel at the gold and bright chamber.
-Lunch in Rabat
-Drive to Chefchaouen. Stay at beautiful riad hotel or Riad
Overnight Riad

Morocco Desert Tour from CasablancaDay 3 : Chefchaouen sightseeing

Breakfast at the riad
Walking tour of Chefchaouen-wander the maze-like city and finish before lunch time at the Place Outa el Hammam square where you can find the 15th century fortress which is today is a museum.
Afternoon free
In the late afternoon, hike up to the Spanish Mosque and see the sun set behind the hills.
Overnight at Riad

Day 4 : Chefchouan – Volibuls – Fes
after Breakfast at riad  Drive to Fez
On the way (before lunch), visit Volubilis – Guided visit with a local expert.
Overnight in Fez: prefer – Riad Laaroussa Hotel and Spa OR Hotel Sahrai , Riad El Amine Fès, or Palais Ommeyad Suites & Spa, or Riad Jaouhara
Maybe arrange for hamman in Fez

Morocco Desert Tour from CasablancaDay 5 : Fez guided tour
Private guided  day tour of Fez, see: Medina, Henna Souk (maybe get henna done here), Bou Inania Madrasa, Al-Attarine Madrasa, Funduq al-Najjariyyin , Zaouia Moulay Idriss II, Chouara Tannery, Place Seffarine, Dar al-Makhzen (Royal Palace), The Mellah, perfume souk, weavers guild and Andalusian Quarter
Maybe end of day -Marinid Tombs
Overnight in Fez

Day 6 : Fes – Ifrane, Cedar Forest, Midelt
(  winery tour )
Next drive to Chateau Roslane, the largest winery in the North of Africa.
Lunch at Chateau Roslane. After lunch have a guided tour of the cellar to learn more about the wine making process and the grape varieties that grow in the area.Tour will end with a wine tasting.
than drive to Midelt
-Next to Cedar forest in the Berber town of Azrou, to see Barbary macaque monkeys.
at Midelt, the apple capital of Morocco,
Stay in Midelt.

Day 7 : Medilt Atlas to Sahara Erg Chabbi 
Drive up to Tafilalet, (largest oasis in Morocco, located in Ziz Valley) also known as Medjool after the famous premium dates. Stop by the Wahati cooperative in Tafilalet. Here you’ll find locally grown dates, jam, syrups and Moroccan tea harvested by the woman-only group.

Possibly Day with the Nomads
After a few stops to enjoy panoramic views of the area covered in palm trees , we will head into the Sahara Desert in time to enjoy the sunset.
Camel ride on the sand dunes to a spot from where we will see the sun set before reaching luxury desert camp for the night.
Overnight at the Desert Luxury Camp or Merzouga Luxury Desert Camp
Sahara Desert Tours from FesDay 8 :   Erfoud, Todgha Gorge & Dades Valley
Leave desert after breakfast by 4WD.
Next drive towards Erfoud- stop at the date market where we will learn more about this sweet fruit and taste some of the different varieties including Medjool dates. If time stop also at fossil museum and factory in Erfoud to see the artisans at work extracting the fossils of ammonites, trilobites and other prehistoric animals and converting them into decorative pieces, sculptures, tables, etc.
Lunch in Erfoud or at the nearby local restaurant owned by Aicha where most of the staff are also female, and where we will enjoy the local specialty, camel tagine, or free range chicken cooked with saffron and olives.
After lunch, Todgha Gorge,  for a short hike
Finally, drive towards our hotel for the night high atop a 1,600m hill spot over the Dades Valley/Dades Oases
Skoura and Tinerhir are the two of the most beautiful oases in Morocco and are both situated on the “Road of One Thousand Kasbahs”. After exploring the Todra Gorge, be sure to experience any of the dozens of Dades Kasbahs.
Groves of almond, olive, and fig trees surround the magnificent structure. If you continue southwest, Kasbah viewing opportunities include the 17th -18th century Kasbahs:Aït Sisi el Mati, Kasbah el Kabbaba and the isolated Kasbah Ben Amar
overnghit at Hotel

tour from Marrakech to merzugaDay 09 : Dades Valley, Women’s Cooperative, Ait Ben Haddou
After breakfast take a hike in Dades Gorge.
Head to Rose Valley to visit a female cooperative that grows and processes roses petals to distil them into rose water, oil and other cosmetic products.
Visit Skoura Oasis. Stop for photos at Kasbah Taourite where we can enjoy a panoramic view of the area.
Prefer to overnight again at Xaluca but if doesn’t make sense then somewhere near Ouarzazate or Ait Ben Haddou
Marrakech desert tours, 3 days from Marrakech to Merzouga

Day 11-13 : Marrakech sightseeing 
Walking tour of the city and the medina with local guide- visit Bahia Palace, Dar El Basha Museum, while also exploring the artisans souks and bazaars,
Lunch walking food tour.
Jamaal El Fna Square, the biggest open square in the country filled with the snake charmers, acrobats, food stalls, henna ladies and more.
After lunch, we will continue to the Secret Garden, The manicured gardens offer a break from the chaos of the medina. We will then walk back to the hotel and have some free time to enjoy the pool, rooftop terrace or to do some last minute shopping in the medina.
During our time in Marrakech do a small cooking class and henna

Day 14: Marrakech – Essaouira  (3 hrs )

We will Stop at an argan cooperative to see the now Instagram-famous argan tree goats and learn more about the process to make this priced oil.
Lunch followed by a walking tour of the medina.


Day 15: Essaouira – Safi – Jadida – Casablanca


Both Safi and El Jadida are coastal cities in Morocco with rich histories and vibrant cultures. Here are some highlights for each city:

  1. Pottery and Ceramics
    • Safi is renowned for its pottery. Visit the National Ceramics Museum and explore the various pottery workshops around the city.
  2. Ksar El Bahr (Sea Castle)
    • This fortress offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the city. It’s a great spot for history enthusiasts.
  3. Safi Cathedral
    • An impressive example of Portuguese Gothic architecture, this cathedral is a significant historical site.
  4. Medina of Safi
    • Wander through the narrow streets, explore the local markets, and enjoy the traditional Moroccan architecture.
    • Portuguese Cistern
      • A must-see historical site, this underground cistern features beautiful architecture and an eerie, captivating atmosphere.
    • Portuguese City (Cité Portugaise)
      • A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this area includes historic ramparts, the Church of the Assumption, and stunning examples of Portuguese colonial architecture.

Day 16.: transfer to airport

Our team will provide you an excellent experience around Morocco. the trip comes to the end.  

what is included:

– Pick-up & drop off at/from your airport/accommodation
– Comfortable air-conditioned 4×4/minibus vehicle
– Private English speaking driver and guides
– Fuel, parking, & all car’s related fees
– Camel Trekking (Camel per person)
– Hotels and accommodations
– Luxury camp in the desert
– 3 dinners in the desert, Dades

Not Included:

– Flight tickets & visa
– Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
– lunches and drinks
– Dinners in big cities ( Casablanca, Fes, Chefchaun, Marrakech and Essaouirra)
– Personal expenses
– Tips to guide and driver (optional)
– Anything not stated in included part