10 Days Morocco Tour from Casablanca

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10 days 9 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

50 people



About this tour

Casablanca, Chefchaouen, Fes, Sahara Desert, Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, Marrakech

If you are looking for the perfect Morocco itinerary, the 10 days tour from Casablanca could be the right trip for you.

If you have 10 days early, this trip will give you a great overview of Morocco. Starting and ending in Casablanca, you will enjoy the best of the north and the south. Two completely different experiences, the north offers a glimpse into the history of Sultans and Kings, craftsmen and craftsmen. See the capital (Rabat), visit the Roman ruins and stroll the quiet blue streets of Chefchaouen.

After marveling at all that Fes has to offer, you will head south to the Sahara Desert for a night in a nomad camp and camel trek. See southern Morocco with its sweeping valleys, gorges and oases filled with date palms that stretch for miles. Visit kasbahs, Berber villages and eat your fill of dates and tagines.

In Marrakech to explore the city in the medina and souks before leaving to catch your flight.


  • Airport transfers
  • Local guides as needed;
  • Daily breakfast
  • Some dinners
  • Entrance to all historical monuments (except Jardin Majorelle and Hassan II Mosque)
  • Comfortable vehicle with air conditioning
  • All accommodations
  • Camel trekking in the desert
  • driver or national guide (over 4 people)
  • Flight ticket
  • Lunch
  • Discretionary tips (driver/guide, city guides, waiters, etc.)
  • Travel insurance
  • Dinner unless otherwise indicated
  • Drinks


Day 1: Casablanca

Arrive in Casablanca and your driver/host will be waiting to welcome you. Enjoy some time in Casablanca today if you have the time. Your arrival time will really inform your plans. If you arrive in the morning, for example, you can visit the famous Hassan II mosque before perhaps heading to Rabat. Or, if you arrive later in the day, enjoy a night in Casablanca to catch your breath before blowing it away with the views ahead.

Day 2: Chefchaouen

Leave Casablanca and head north to the capital Rabat where you will enjoy a few hours tour of the highlights of this modern/ancient city including the Mohammed V mausoleum, Oudaya Kasbah and Hassan II tower. Then head to Meknes, one of the imperial cities and home to the beautiful Royal Palace and stables. Enjoy lunch in the Medina (try the camel meat if you like it!) and then off to Volubilis. This is the site of Roman ruins dating back centuries and surprisingly large. Here you will have a local guide to show you around the site. After this relax and view the scenery as you travel through the Rif Mountains to Chefchaouen.

Day 3: Fes

Spend the morning in Chefchaouen and enjoy the fresh mountain air. Walk the blue streets seeing the merchants and their wares, meet an artist or weaver and enjoy a cup of coffee and some people watching. Head to Fes this afternoon from the Rif Mountains towards the plains that cradle this ancient cultural hub.

Day 4: Fes city tour

Today you will meet your local city guide and enjoy a day tour of the medina and surrounding area. Marvel at the carved brass doors of the Royal Palace, walk through the Jewish Quarter, walk the narrow busy streets of the medina stopping for demonstrations of weavers, carpet knotting, brass hammering, and tile and pottery making. Visit the famous tanneries, a UNESCO site and famous for its natural dyeing methods dating back centuries. You will stop for lunch along the way and return to your riad dazzled by the sights and sounds.

Day 5: Sahara desert in Merzouga

Leave Fes behind, your camels are waiting for you. Drive through the Middle Atlas Mountains through cedar forests and rolling hills. See macaque monkeys and Berber horses, and stop at the small European village of Ifrane, known in the "Switzerland of Morocco". Then head south to Midelt and continue on to the beautiful Ziz Valley, where you'll see valleys and oases filled with date palms as far as the eye can see. Berber villages and kasbahs will take over the view as you pass through Rissini and reach Merzouga. Once there you will go off the road for a while before arriving at your base hotel where you will say goodbye to the car for the night and mount your camel for a trek to your camp. If you prefer we can arrange 4x4's to take you in and out. Spend the night in a tent under the stars with dinner and breakfast prepared by the nomads who run the camp. (Luxury camp also available for an additional price. Let us know when we're finalizing your price)

Day 6: Todgha Gorge

After returning to the car, you will pass through Erfoud (given capital of Morocco) and along the Valley of 1,000 Kasbahs (old and new) and drive towards Todgha gorge. Spend some time exploring the gorge basin and admiring the rock face (350m high). Stay in the nearby valley in an auberge and enjoy the traditional southern Berber way of life.

Day 7: Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah

Travel today through the villages of the south passing Tineghir and stopping at the Rose Valley where thousands of roses are plucked each year and distilled into precious rose oil and other beauty products. Travel through Berber villages and learn what life is like in the Moroccan countryside. Pass by khetteras, the ancient form of irrigation using underground tunnels and mounds. Visit Ouarzazate, an important city in the south and home to several film studios. Finally arrive at Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, one of the best preserved examples of kasbah architecture in the world. Explore the alley of the kasbah to the top and enjoy a bird's eye view of the surrounding area before settling down for the night in the local village.

Day 8: Marrakech

Today you will head to the High Atlas Mountains. This is one of the most beautiful routes there is in Morocco. To the top of the highest pass at Tizi n' Tichka at 2260m and down windy roads into the valley that is home to Marrakech. Get closer to the Red City and settle into your riad near the old Medina. Enjoy dinner in Jemna el Fna square, where snake charmers play their flutes and orange juice stalls invite you to taste. Try the snail soup if you dare, or simply enjoy a traditional Moroccan barbecue in the midst of the excitement.

Day 9: Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at the Riad for a 1/2 day tour of Marrakech including the grounds of the Koutoubia mosque, the Bahia Palace, the Saadian tombs and the Mellah or old Jewish quarter. After lunch shop in the souks for souvenirs and try your hand at haggling. Visit a local hammam or enjoy the Jardin Majorelle for a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle.

Day 10: Day of departure

Ideally you will be departing from Marrakech today but if you are departing from Casablanca we can make that work too. Keep in mind it's about 3 hours to the airport so we'll need to plan ahead. Ah, the beauty of a personalized Morocco tour.

Frequently asked questions

Casablanca is one of the best cities in Morocco and is the economic capital of Morocco. It's worth dedicating at least two or three days to discover all there is to do in Casablanca. One day is enough even for most first-time visitors.

Morocco is a fascinating place to visit. If we can guarantee anything, it's that your time in this country will stay with you forever. If you have at least 10 days in Morocco, you get to experience so much and see the major sights that the country is best known for.

So, a trip to Morocco for two people for one week costs an average of MAD 7,879 ($773). All of these average travel prices have been collected from other travelers to help you plan your travel budget. A holiday in Morocco for a week usually costs around MAD3,939 for one person.

Alcohol is served in licensed hotels, bars and tourist areas. However, drinking alcohol on the street and anywhere other than a licensed restaurant or bar is not permitted and can lead to arrest

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