7 days tour in Morocco from Casablanca
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See the stunning Merzouga Sahara desert on the ultimate 7-day tour from Casablanca. It’s worth noting that this voyage may be customized to your liking. This means you may contact us and change the schedule to meet your specific requirements.
In general, the 7-day desert journey begins and ends in Casablanca, Morocco’s main commercial center. To begin, you’ll go to three imperial cities: Rabat, Meknes, and Fes. After that, you’ll go to the Merzouga desert for a memorable camel ride and sleeping beneath the stars. Later, on your way to Marrakech, you’ll stop at attractions like Ouarzazate and the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah. Finally, you’ll get the chance to see Marrakech’s main sights with a local guide before returning to Casablanca.
Day 1: Casablanca to Fes via Rabat.
The first day of our 7 days desert tour from Casablanca begins with either an airport or hotel pickup. The first stop is Rabat, Morocco’s present capital, where you’ll see a range of stunning landmarks, including the Hassan Tower, a mosque tower that was once supposed to be the world’s highest. After that, you’ll go to the imperial city of Meknes, where you’ll explore many sights and attractions, including Lhdim Plaza, Morocco’s second-largest square, and Bab Mansour, a majestic gate or gateway. You’ll also visit Qara Prison, which some claim is a maze-like building that continues underground towards Fes. You’ll stop at Volubilis, the capital of the Mauritanian monarchy and a site of Roman remains, on your journey to Fes. Eventually, in the late evening, you’ll be taken to your Fes lodging to relax before your tour of the city the next day.
Day 2: Fes sightseeing tour.
Our goal for the day is to see the most important attractions of Fes with the help of a local guide. The city is significant as an imperial metropolis as well as a cultural and religious hub in Morocco.
To begin, we’ll go to the Royal Palace entrance, then to the ancient Medina, which has been remarkably well conserved and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will get the opportunity to see the Blue Gate, also known as Bab Boujloud, which serves as the entry to the ancient Medina. The ancient Medina looks to be a maze of lanes and streets, and we’ll see important sites like the Medrasa Bouanania, the Najjarine fountain, and the Tanneries. We’ll end our Medina tour at the Quaraouin mosque and university, the world’s oldest institution.
After our exploration of the Medina, we will go for the Jewish district, popularly known as “the Mellah.” Afterwards we’ll go to an antique fortification for a panoramic view of the Medina and Fes. Afterwards, we’ll make our way back to your Riad.
Day 3: Fes to Merzouga.
After breakfast, we will depart towards the south, traveling via Imouzzer and Ifrane. Ifrane has earned the moniker “Switzerland of Morocco” due to its cold environment, snowfall, and alpine-style architecture. After that, we will go to the cedar forest, which is home to the Barbary macaques. When wandering through the forest, you may spend time feeding them. Afterwards, we’ll arrive at Midelt, where we’ll have some free time for lunch.
After that, we will proceed to Merzouga through the Tizi-n-Tilghmt pass, with breaks along the Ziz valley for panoramic views. We will arrive in the afternoon in the Sahara desert of Merzouga, where we will swap to camels and trek the sandy desert. A stop will be made at the top of a high dune to appreciate the sunset before continuing to the camp. The camp is a mix of traditional nomadic tents and sophisticated hotel facilities, where you can listen to Berber drum music and dance around the campfire under the great open sky full with stars. The camp will include dinner and overnight lodgings.
Day 4: Merzouga desert tour.
Throughout our expedition, you will get the chance to visit the Sahara Desert and observe the nomadic lifestyle. Our first stop will be at Khamlia, where you will be able to listen to Gnaoua music before visiting Mifis, one of Morocco’s mines. We’ll go off-road later to see one of the Berber families that live in tents.
Following lunch, we’ll travel to Srij Lake and the Hassi Labied oasis. Afterwards we’ll take you on a camel ride across the Erg Chebbi dunes to the Berber camps. After supper, we will start a fire and entertain you with Berber music. You may also take a hike up the dunes to stare at the stars and see the Milky Way.
Day 5: Merzouga to Boumalne Dades.
It’s essential to get up early in the morning to see the spectacular sunrise in the desert. Following breakfast, you’ll return to Merzouga by camel to meet your driver and leave from the desert. Our first destination will be Rissani, the historical capital of Tafilalet that is now a major commercial city with a bustling souk three days a week.
After our walk around Rissani’s souk, we’ll go to Erfoud to see a workshop that creates petrified marble. We’ll next travel through the Touroug and Tinjdad palm fields to reach the Todra Gorges. The Todra River sculpted out a stunning red cliff-sided canyon, which is a popular rock climbing location. Take your time exploring the gorges and admiring the breathtaking surroundings. Before continuing our drive via Boumalne Dades and the Dades Valley, we will stop for lunch at a restaurant. We’ll visit the “monkey fingers” rock formation and an observation point with a view of the Dades Valley. Eventually, we’ll have supper and spend the night at a motel.
Day 6: Dades to Marrakech via Ouarzazate and Ait Benhaddou.
Our excursion will lead us to Kalaa Magouna, where we will see the Rose Valley. In May, the residents hold the Rose Festival, when they display their rose items such as fragrances, rose water, oils, and cosmetics. We’ll next travel through Skoura’s palm orchards before arriving in Ouarzazate. We’ll go to the famed movie studios before travelling to the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This walled settlement has appeared in a number of films and television series, including Gladiator, Alexander, The Mummy, and Game of Thrones.
Following seeing Ait Ben Haddou, we’ll travel to Marrakech through the Tizi-N-Tichka pass and the High Atlas Mountains. Along the trip, we’ll stop for lunch and picture opportunity at intriguing spots. In Marrakech, we’ll spend the night.
Day 7: Marrakech guided tour. Transfer to Casablanca.
A native guide from Marrakech will accompany our driver to pick you up from your hotel and begin the trip on this day’s tour. The gorgeous Majorelle and Menara gardens will be the first stop, followed by excursions to the Koutoubia Mosque and Saddien Tombs. You’ll also get the opportunity to see the busy Jamaa El-Fnna Plaza and the beautiful Bahia Palace. You’ll then go to El Badi and the King’s Palace. Lastly, before wrapping off our service, we’ll go to Casablanca.