Casablanca To Marrakech Tour - 8 Days


8 Days

Tour Type

Private Tour


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From $220 /  Person

On a Casablanca To Marrakech Tour , immerse yourself in Morocco’s rich history and unique culture. Discover the picturesque medina of Meknes, unearth ancient history at the Roman ruins of Volubilis, meander through twisting alleyways in Fes el-Bali, relax in the lakeside hamlet of Bin el-Ouidane, and witness Djemaa el-Fna come to life in Marrakech by visiting the Hassan II Mosque. With Our 8 Days Casablanca Tours Travel with a local leader and acquire unparalleled insight into the Moroccan way of life by experiencing life in the Middle Atlas Mountains, sharing tales and food with a local family in Fes, and experiencing life in the Middle Atlas Mountains . In one desert tour from Casablanca to Marrakech, visit four gorgeous Imperial Cities, including an unforgettable night in a Berber tent in the desert. The dye pits and tanneries of Fes are among the highlights.

Towards this Casablanca To Marrakech Tour and also the Sahara Desert, you will visit the imperial cities of Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, Fes, and Marrakech, as well as the stunning desert dunes of Merzouga in the southeast of Morocco, where you will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to sleep under the stars and enjoy the magical landscapes, sunrise, and sunset in the desert.

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Before leaving for Rabat, our team will collect you from your hotel and take you to the Hassan II Mosque. The Royal Palace Mechouar, the ruins of Chellah, Mohamed V's Mausoleum, and the Hassan Tower are all visited in Rabat. We eat lunch at midday and then head for Meknes in the afternoon.
After breakfast, we continue our 8 Days Casablanca Tours to see Meknes, including the massive gate that serves as the gateway to the old city and Jewish quarter, el'Hdim Square, Bab El Mansour, the royal granaries, and the city wall. Volubilis, with its Roman ruins, and Moulay Idriss, with the Holy City, will be the following stops. Then we're on our way to Fez. A traditional riad provides dinner and lodging.
Today we will go to Fez, which is the oldest of Morocco's imperial cities and served as the capital of the first Arab monarchy in the country. We will return to the Royal Palace via the Medina and the Medresas (schools), passing past old religious sites, souks frequented by artists, the Jewish neighborhood, and so on.
We will depart from Fez for the Middle Atlas Mountains, stopping in Africa's Switzerland (Ifrane), so named because it has a fantastic landscape that makes you feel like you're in Switzerland, then we will continue to Azrou, where the monkey forest is located, and then we will continue to Midelt to eat. From here, we'll go to Erfoud, where we'll take a track to the MERZOUGA sand dunes via the Ziz river and valley, where we'll visit the Ziz gorges. Then, in Merzouga, we'll switch to camels for a ride to witness the sunset over the sand dunes, where we'll spend the night in a desert camp. Traditional Tagine supper with a great mint tea while listening to traditional Berber music under the stars and the stunning moonlight in the middle of the Sahara desert.
This early morning is the best time to observe the dawn on the horizon in person, a breathtaking sight that will leave you speechless. Return to the accommodation in the dromedary caravan. We take a relaxing shower before eating breakfast. We'll make a pit break in Rissani, where you may tour the city's traditional souk, which is said to be the largest in all of southern Morocco. We will stop frequently in the Todra Gorges, the Dades Valley, the Rosas Valley, and the Skoura Oasis to see and notice the differences between the valleys and the features that distinguish them. Ouarzazate is the last stop on the journey. Dinner will be served, and you will be staying at the agreed-upon hotel.
We got ready for our trip by showering and eating breakfast. Today's journey will take us across the High Atlas Mountains, between Ouarzazate and Marrakech. There will be breaks and stops along the way since there will be many things that will attract our attention. The jungle, the mountains with extremely steep curves that can exceed 2,300 meters, the valleys, the Kasbahs, the bends, the people, and so on. You've never experienced anything like it. In Marrakech, the excursion comes to a close.
We travel early in the morning after breakfast to see Marrakech, which was founded by the Almoravids in the eleventh century. The Almohadies erected the Koutoubia tower, the Saadies Tombs, the Bahia Palace, the Medina, and the famed Jemaá el Fná plaza, where there are a swarm of sellers, groups of people encircled by a storyteller, players with monkeys and snakes burning free, music with dancers, and so on.
This day is free to go shopping or relax in Marrakech. In the afternoon we left for Casablanca. Transfer to your accommodation. End of our desert tour from Casablanca to Marrakech.
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In one Casablanca To Marrakech Tour, visit four gorgeous Imperial Cities, including an unforgettable night in a Berber tent in the desert. The dye pits and tanneries of Fes, the UNESCO-listed Roman ruins of Volubilis with their magnificent mosaics, the breathtaking Todra Gorge, and the UNESCO-listed World Heritage Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou are just a few of the highlights. This journey gives you an excellent overview of Morocco.


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Morocco does not require any specific immunizations for travel. Although the city’s tap water is safe to drink, mineral water is advised.


It is advisable to purchase travel insurance before departing from your home country. Nobody is coerced into buying it by us. Local hospitals’ diagnostic capabilities are limited. Insurance is an excellent option because private clinics can be pricey, evacuations can be expensive, and luggage can disappear.

This is only a proposed travel itinerary for a Casablanca To Marrakech Tour managed by a reputable travel company established in Morocco and owned by Moroccans. If this 8 Days Casablanca Tours does not fit your travel plans, we have a variety of additional Morocco Tours & Casablanca tours to complement your vacation to Morocco. Our specialization is tours, packages, and bespoke itineraries, and we serve the entire country.


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