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Honeymoon Tour from Casablanca- 10 Days

10 Days


Plan your dream a romantic Journey: 10-Day Honeymoon Tour Package from Casablanca!:

Embark on a romantic 10-day honeymoon journey from Casablanca with Morocco Road Trips. Explore the stunning Rif Mountains, charming Chefchaouen, historic Fes, and the mesmerizing Sahara Desert. Experience camel rides and a night in a nomadic camp, while discovering Morocco’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Create unforgettable memories with our specially designed honeymoon package.

10-Day Honeymoon Tour Package from Casablanca

  • 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 at the airport, your English-speaking driver will escort you to your accommodation. If you arrive in the morning, visit the Hassan II Mosque, Africa's largest mosque accessible to non-Muslims. Take in its grandeur or opt for a guided tour inside. Then, journey along the Atlantic Ocean through the Qorniche to visit the Morocco Mall.
Afterwards, explore Casablanca's vibrant areas, including Boulevard Mohamed V and the old Medina. If you'd like to dine out, your driver can take you to a restaurant, or consider a visit to the famous 'Rick's Café' for a memorable dinner amidst Casablanca's charm and nostalgia.

Depart from Casablanca and visit the iconic Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world, known for its stunning architecture and location by the Atlantic Ocean. Spend some time exploring this architectural masterpiece before continuing your journey to Rabat, the capital city of Morocco. In Rabat, visit the historic sites such as the Hassan Tower and stroll through the charming streets of the Oudaya Kasbah. After exploring Rabat, head towards Chefchaouen, a journey of approximately 4-5 hours. Arrive in Chefchaouen in the evening and settle into your accommodation.

After breakfast, spend the morning exploring the captivating blue streets of the Blue City, capturing memorable photos and soaking in its unique ambiance. Visit the fortress, Plaza Uta Hammam, and the bustling Medina before beginning your journey to Fes.
The scenic drive to Fes will take approximately 5 hours, including stops for sightseeing and breaks. Along the way, you'll visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis, inhabited since the Neolithic Period and later by the Carthaginians and Romans. Explore historic landmarks like the house of Orpheus and the house of Dionysus with a local guide. Afterward, continue your journey to Fes with a straight drive, arriving in in the evening. Spend the night in a Riad within the old Medina.

After breakfast your guide will meet you at your riad and you will begin your tour of Morocco’s oldest Imperial City. In Fez, an enchanting blend of history, culture, and architecture awaits.
Begin your exploration in the ancient medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site where narrow alleyways lead to bustling souks, ornate mosques, and hidden courtyards. Visit the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and University, a symbol of Islamic scholarship dating back to the 9th century, offering a glimpse into the city's rich artistic heritage.
For a sensory experience, visit the Chouara Tannery, where vibrant hues of leather dye create a striking panorama against the city's skyline. While the Royal Palace remains closed to the public, its majestic gates and elaborate facades provide a glimpse of Morocco's regal past

After breakfast, we depart from Fes towards the Merzouga Sahara Desert, passing through the scenic cedar forests of the Middle Atlas Mountains, with stops in Ifran and Azrou. In Midelt, we'll pause for lunch before continuing our journey.
As we traverse the landscape, we'll cross the Ziz River and drive past countless palm trees and fortified kasbahs towards Erfoud, eventually arriving in Merzouga and Erg Chebbi. Here, you'll spend the night in a hotel nestled by the dunes, offering a unique and serene desert experience.

After breakfast, immerse yourself in desert exploration. Visit the Khamliyya tribe to experience their renowned Gnawa music and connect with nomadic families in their desert tents. Opt for adventurous activities like quad-biking or sand-boarding before enjoying lunch at a local restaurant.
Return to the hotel for some relaxation before embarking on a magical camel trek through the Sahara's dunes at sunset. As dusk falls, arrive at a luxurious traditional Berber camp where you'll be treated to an authentic Moroccan dinner accompanied by traditional music, all under the mesmerizing desert night sky. It's an unforgettable adventure, brimming with cultural immersion and breath-taking experiences.

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.

After breakfast, we'll bid farewell to the Dades Gorges and journey through the Roses Valley to Kalaa Mgouna, where you can explore a Rose Co-operative and learn about the production of rose-scented perfumes. Continuing our drive to Ouarzazate through the picturesque Skoura oasis, we'll pause for lunch at Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site famed for its kasbah.
In the afternoon, we'll traverse the majestic High Atlas Mountains, crossing the Tizi n Tichka Pass and passing by traditional Berber villages. Finally, we'll arrive in Marrakech by late afternoon, marking the end of our scenic adventure.

After breakfast, you'll meet with a local guide to explore the sights of Marrakech. Begin at Jemaa El Fna, the bustling square that serves as the heart of the city. In the morning, the square comes alive with fruit and spice sellers, storytellers, snake charmers, and more. Next, visit the historic Iben Youssef Medersa, an architectural gem built in the 14th century, showcasing intricate motifs.
Explore the Bahia Palace, El Badi Palace, the Saadian Tombs, and the vibrant souks that have made Marrakech a major craft and trading center. Enjoy lunch in a local restaurant before continuing to the renowned Jardin Majorelle, created by the French artist Jacques Majorelle in 1917. Later, take a tour of the new part of the city. Your driver will drop you off at your riad or in the square.

Your driver will transfer you to the Casablanca airport.

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
  • 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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Honeymoon Tour from Casablanca- 10 Days