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Tour of Morocco from Casablanca – 12 Days

12 Days


Discovering Morocco: A 12-Day Cultural Exploration:

Experience a 12-day journey through Morocco, starting in Casablanca. Explore iconic landmarks like the Hassan II Mosque and discover the vibrant culture of Rabat and the serene beauty of Chefchaouen. Traverse the Sahara Desert on camelback, marvel at Todra Gorge’s rugged cliffs, and wander through the ancient kasbahs of Ait Benhaddou. Conclude your adventure in Marrakech, where bustling souks and lively squares await.

Highlights of a 12-day journey through Morocco

  • Explore the Blue Pearl of Chefchaouen
  • Explore the cultural richness of one of Morocco's former Imperial Cities.
  • Full day sightseeing in Fes and Marrakesh
  • Visit the amazing cedar forest and wild monkeys of Azrou
  • Explore the Ziz Valley
  • Camel trekking in the Merzouga Sahara Desert
  • Overnight stay in a nomad desert camp
  • Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Todgha and Dades Gorges
  • Visit most of Morocco's nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Traverse the scenic beauty of the High Atlas Mountains.


Upon arrival in Casablanca, explore the city's iconic Hassan II Mosque, a stunning architectural marvel overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Stroll along the Corniche, enjoying the sea breeze and sampling fresh seafood at one of the local restaurants. Take in the vibrant atmosphere of the Old Medina, with its bustling souks and historic landmarks. Overnight in Casablanca.

After breakfast, depart from Casablanca to Rabat, the political capital of Morocco. Upon arrival, delve into Rabat's rich history and cultural heritage. Visit the iconic Kasbah of the Udayas, perched atop a cliff overlooking the Bouregreg River. Explore the majestic Hassan Tower and the nearby Mausoleum of Mohammed V, paying homage to Morocco's past rulers. Stroll through the picturesque Andalusian Gardens and wander around the charming Medina. Overnight in Rabat.

In the morning, bid farewell to Rabat and journey north to Tangier, a vibrant port city with a fascinating mix of cultures. Explore Tangier's bustling medina, where narrow alleyways lead to bustling souks filled with treasures. Visit the Kasbah Museum and admire the breathtaking views of the Strait of Gibraltar from the historic Kasbah. Take a leisurely stroll along the Corniche, enjoying the sea breeze and panoramic views of the coastline. Overnight in Tangier.

After breakfast, depart for Chefchaouen, known for its stunning blue-washed buildings and picturesque mountain backdrop. Upon arrival, immerse yourself in the tranquil atmosphere of Chefchaouen's Medina, where every corner reveals a new shade of blue. Explore the charming streets lined with colorful doorways, and visit the Kasbah Museum to learn about the town's history and culture. Take in panoramic views of the town and surrounding countryside from the Spanish Mosque. Overnight in Chefchaouen.

Depart from Chefchaouen and journey southward to Fes, immersing yourself in the stunning Moroccan countryside along the way. Upon arrival, explore the historic Fes el-Bali Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its labyrinthine streets and bustling souks. Admire the intricate architecture of mosques and madrasas, and savor the flavors of local cuisine in this vibrant city.

Embark on a guided tour of Fes, visiting landmarks like the Al Quaraouiyine Mosque and the Madrasa Bou Inania. Wander through the medina's narrow alleys, discovering hidden gems such as the ancient tanneries. Find tranquility in the Jardin Jnan Sbil before indulging in a traditional Moroccan dinner and soaking in the medina's lively atmosphere.

Leave the vibrant Fes behind and journey towards the Sahara Desert. Traverse the picturesque landscapes of the Middle Atlas Mountains, passing through quaint Berber villages and scenic valleys along the way. As you arrive in Merzouga, prepare for an unforgettable adventure. Embark on a camel trek into the golden dunes of Erg Chebbi, guided by experienced desert nomads.
Experience the magical spectacle of the sunset over the Sahara as you make your way to a traditional Berber camp nestled amidst the dunes. Enjoy a hearty Berber dinner under the starlit sky, accompanied by local music and storytelling, immersing yourself in the tranquility and majesty of the desert.

Before sunrise, our camel guide will rouse you for an early start, leading us back as the sun emerges on the horizon. We'll pause along the route to savour the sunrise. Upon reaching the hotel, our journey proceeds to visit Arfoud's fossilized marble factory before heading to Touroug to explore ancient underground irrigation systems.
The adventure progresses to the Todra Gorges, renowned for towering vertical walls—a haven for climbers. After a brief hike to admire the stunning gorge, we venture to the Dades Valley through Boumalne, making stops for picturesque snapshots along the way.

Experience the transition from the rugged beauty of Dades Gorges to the lively streets of Marrakech, with a detour through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ait Benhaddou. Marvel at the ancient kasbahs and mud-brick architecture of Ait Benhaddou, nestled amidst desert landscapes. Resume your journey through picturesque valleys and rugged terrain towards Marrakech, where vibrant souks and iconic landmarks await exploration.

Delve into the vibrant soul of Marrakech, wandering through the bustling Medina's labyrinthine alleys and vibrant souks. Admire architectural wonders like the Koutoubia Mosque and Bahia Palace, steeped in history and intricate design.
Lose yourself in the colors and scents of the Majorelle Garden before immersing yourself in the lively atmosphere of Djemaa el-Fna square. Enjoy traditional delicacies amidst the bustling energy of the square before winding down with a leisurely evening stroll through Marrakech's captivating street

Depart Marrakech and journey towards the picturesque coastal town of Essaouira, known for its charming blue-and-white medina, bustling fishing port, and laid-back atmosphere. Explore the narrow streets of the medina, lined with art galleries, boutique shops, and vibrant cafes.
Visit the historic ramparts and catch panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. Indulge in fresh seafood at the bustling port or relax on the sandy beaches. Spend the evening soaking in the relaxed ambiance of Essaouira before retiring for the night

Depending on your departure city, either Marrakech or Casablanca, your journey from Essaouira to the airport will vary. If departing from Marrakech, you'll embark on a scenic drive back to Marrakech, allowing time to soak in any last-minute sights or activities in the city before heading to the airport.
Alternatively, if departing from Casablanca, you'll undertake a longer journey back to Casablanca, taking in the coastal scenery along the way. Regardless of your departure city, reminisce on the memorable experiences from your time in Essaouira as you make your way to the airport, bidding farewell to Morocco with cherished memories in tow.

The Cost Includes

  • English-speaking driver and air-conditioned mini-van or 4X4 jeep
  • Pick up and drop off at your accommodation
  • Guided tour in Fes
  • Guided tour in Marrakech
  • 8 nights in authentic, stylish accommodation
  • Breakfasts during the trip
  • Dinner and breakfast in Dades Hotel and Merzoga camp
  • Dinner and breakfast are included at the hotel in Dades Gorge
  • Dinner and breakfast are included in the desert camp
  • Sunrise and sunset camel treks
  • Overnight in luxury desert camp
  • Guided tour in Fes
  • Different stops along the way to visit important attractions

The Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare
  • Visa Charges
  • Your travel and medical insurance
  • Personal Expenses such as shopping, bar bills, laundry, titbits etc
  • Services not mentioned or not promised by the agent/agency


What should I wear in Morocco?

This depends on where you are in Morocco! In the very modern, city areas, there is less of a need to worry about what you are wearing. However, to be respectful of the culture, it is probably appropriate to dress more modestly- for men and women, this means having the shoulders and knees covered. This is especially important in smaller, more local communities outside of the bigger cities.

What should I wear in the desert in Morocco?

During the spring and summer months it will be hot during the day and at night- long, loose layers that will cover you and protect you from the sun, and something to cover your head are important. In the winter it gets colder at night, so some warmer layers might be necessary to keep warm when camping. If you are camel trekking, shorts are never a good idea- chaffing is never pleasant!

What is the best time of year to visit Morocco?

Probably the best time of the year to visit Morocco is in the spring- March, April, and May. The temperature at this time is usually very pleasant, and nowhere near the scorching heat of the summer. During the winter months it can be nice during the day, but you might expect some rain (or even snow!), and it gets much colder in the evening.

Is it safe to travel to Morocco?

In general Morocco is an extremely safe and hospitable country, the tourism is one of the main economic domains for our country moreover Moroccan are the most hospitable people in the world.

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Tour of Morocco from Casablanca – 12 Days