10 days tour from casablanca
Itinerary for a 10-days Morocco tour departing from Casablanca You will see so many great destinations throughout these 1o days and 9 nights of travel accross Morocco. Begin your 10 days tour from casablanca with a visit to Casablanca. Then there’s Rabat, Morocco’s capital, Chefchaouen, the blue city and the most beautiful site in Morocco, and the ancient Roman site of Volubilis outside Meknes. In addition to Meknes, the Ismaili capital, Fes, the cultural hub, and Ifrane, Morocco’s Switzerland. Then we’ll head south, stopping in the cedar forest, Midelt, the gorgeous Ziz valley, and Rissani, Morocco’s largest traditional market in the southeast of the country.
You will visit also Merzouga known as the Sahara desert. Where you can ride camels and spend the night in a luxurious desert camp and enjoy sandboard in the dunes as well. Enjoy the Sahara’s stunning sunsets and sunrises as well. After that, take a walk through the stunning Todra and Dades gorges. Visit Ait Ben Haddou’s famed Kasbah. Cross the Tizi-n-Tichka pass and the High Atlas Mountains. Then, with a native guide, explore Marrakech. The tour concludes in Casablanca after a visit to Essaouira.
10 days tour from casablancaTravel itinerary
Day 1: Casablanca Airport → Your Hotel in Casablanca
First day of Our 10 days tour from casablanca,our driver will meet you at Casablanca’s Mohamed 5 airport and transport you to your accommodation. Overnight at the hotel.
If you were already here in Casablanca a few days previously, we will pick you up at your hotel and begin your tour.
Day 2: Casablanca → Rabat → The blue City Of chefchaoun
You will begin your journey of 10 days tour from casablanca in the morning to see Hassan 2 Mosque, Casablanca’s largest mosque. Then you’ll travel to Rabat, Morocco’s capital. We are going to start our visit to rabat with the Bab Challah, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and one of the main gates to the royal palace and the the historic Kasbah of the Udayas, a UNESCO World Heritage Location,Lunch at a nearby eatery. Then we drive directly to the blue city of Chefchaouen.Of course, you will pass through numerous little towns while taking breaks along the way. Arriving in Chefchaouen a little early to provide time to travel through the blue paths of the medina, take pictures, and sample the dishes of the region. Night in the hotel or in a Moroccan riad.
Day 3: Chefchaouen To the Historical City of Fez
this day in the blue City, You will have the entire morning free to explore the blue city. It is a city in Morocco’s northern Rif Mountains. It is famous for its old town’s remarkable buildings in various shades of faded blue. The steep cobbled alleys are lined with leather and weaving workshops. The Kasbah with its red walls, fortress and keep from the fifteenth century, and ethnographic and artistic exhibitions . The Great Mosque’s octagonal minaret is not far away.Then we after that we will head towads The city of Fes. where we will spend the night in an Amazing Riad.
Day 4 Guided tour to enjoy the sightseeings of Fes
on Our third day of This amazing 10 Days tour from Casablanca, after a tasty Breakfast in The riad You will start a your Guided Cultural tour With a local guide, we spend the day exploring Fes’s top attractions. In addition to being Morocco’s cultural and religious hub, the city is regarded as one of the imperial cities.
First, we go to the Royal Palace gate to begin the day. Then there is the beautifully preserved medieval Medina, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The gateway to the old Medina, which known as the Blue Gate or Bab Boujloud, will be visited. This appears to be an intricate network of streets and alleys. You will enter the Medina to see the Tanneries, Medrasa Bouanania, and Najjarine fountain. The oldest university in the world is located at the Quarwying mosque. After that, we depart from the Medina to see the Jewish neighborhood as well.also referred to as “the Mellah” The Medina and the city of Fes are next visible from atop a historic fortification, where we continue on for the view. Return lastly to your Riad.
Day 5: Fez→ Ifran→ Midelt→ Merzouga Sahara Desert
After breakfast, we will depart from Fes and travel through Midelt and the Ziz valley to Merzouga. Today’s route will take you to Ifrane, a stunning highland town known as the Switzerland of Morocco. In the heart of the Atlas Mountains, you will also make a halt at a cedar grove. The Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains will be seen from time to time as you travel, and you’ll stop in Azrou, a Berber village located in the heart of Morocco’s largest cedar forest, where you’ll have the chance to observe Barbary apes. After that, you carry on to Midelt across the gorgeous Atlas mountains and hills. In Midelt we will have our lunch.
As you approach the province of the southeast Errachidia city, the landscape transforms to offer clues of the desert. You’ll be traveling via the fascinating Tiz Ntalghamt pass and the magnificent Ziz Gorge, enjoying in views of the High Atlas mountain. After that, you’ll reach Erfoud and Rissani along the magnificent Ziz Valley, stopping along the way for panoramic vistas. When you arrive at Merzouga in the afternoon, a drink of mint tea will be waiting for you. Have a camel ride across the Merzouga Sahara Desert dunes to get to the tent where you will spend the night. You should bring a backpack with you so you can carry it over camels since you are unable to carry all of your baggage over camels.if you will need your suitcases in the Camp we will bring them By Jeep.
Day 6: Merzouga Desert → Todra Gorges → Dades Valley
You will need to get up early in the morning to witness what could be the best sunrise of your entire existence over the Sahara Erg Chebbi dunes’ sand dunes. After seeing a magnificent sunrise over sand dunes, you will enjoy a traditional Berber breakfast before driving peacefully back to Merzouga with your driver. En route, you can’t help but marvel at the extraordinary beauty of the magnificent Erg Chebbi sand dunes, which transform as the day goes on. Then you’ll set off for the highest, smallest gorges in all of Morocco: the Rissani, Tinghir, and Todgha gorges. through the Dades Valley, where you can view magnificent sand castles and stunning formations of rock nicknamed “monkey toes,” we’ll drive after lunch via the dades valley.
Overnight in a magical riad will include breakfast and dinner, and it will be a beautiful guesthouse or Traditional Riad with views of the Dades Valley.
Day 7: Dades Valley → Ouarzazate → Kasbah of Ait Ben Hadou → Marrakech
Having breakfast at your Riad, you’ll set out on your journey through the Dades Valley to Ouarzazate followed by continue on to Marrakech. The route through Dades Valley is known as the Way of the Thousand Kasbahs and offers many possibilities to capture some of your best travel photography. You will make a stop in Kalaat M’Gouna, the heart of the rose valley, where you have the option to go to the cooperative for roses and get rosewater, which will leave your linen smelling fresh for a long time after your trip With us is finished. Passing the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah
which was constructed by Et Hami El Glaoui, one of the last Berber chieftains, in the 19th century, is now home to many Glaoui inhabitants. Before reaching your hotel for the night in Marrakech, your journey will continue through the magnificent Tizi n’Tichka Pass (2260 m) over the High Atlas Mountains, where you will get the chance to learn about the method used by Berber women working in their cooperative to produce Argan oil, which is only produced in Morocco.then the overnight will be In Marrakech
Day 8: Guided tour sightseeing in Marrakech with Local Guide
You can begin touring Marrakech with Local tour guide, “the red city of Morocco,” after breakfast in the riad. We’ll make sure you visit the most significant places of historical and cultural interest, including the Bahia Palace, the Koutoubia Mosque, the Majorelle Gardens, and the Saadian Tombs. You will stroll through the souks after lunch at a restaurant close to the square to see hundreds of handmade items. Before going to your Marrakech hotel for the night, you will have some free time in the afternoon to explore the rest of the city on your own.
Day 9: Marrakech To Essaouira
We will depart Marrakech and drive to Essaouira after breakfast. Today, we get the chance to discover Essaouira, a popular destination for windsurfers from April to November. It is also widely renowned for its walled medina, art galleries, and shops. You can also visit the harbour to observe nets used for fishing and traditional boats being built. Essaouira’s great cultural diversity is another feature of the city.Overnight in a nice Riad in the coastal place of essaouira
Day 10: Essaouira → Casablanca Airport or Marrakech Airport it Depends On Your Flight
after Having your breakfast in the riad in Essaouira, you will either be dropped off at your hotel in Casablanca or transferred to the airport if you have a flight that day.
Additionally, if you have the return flight that day out of Marrakech, we will transfer you to the airport or Marrakech.