from Casablanca


10 days/ 9 night





Itinerary grand tour from Casablanca

Day 1: Arrival – Casablanca

First day of your tour from Casablanca. Arrive at Casablanca airport and transfer to the hotel. Free time after exploring the city from Corniche Boulevard; the promenade and then the coastal road to Anfa, the route passes the Grand Mosque of Hassan II. The most representative monument of the 20th century. You can also visit the interior. 

tour from Casablanca to Rabat

Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Assila

After breakfast in the second day of our grand tour from Casablanca, depart for the north of the country, but before leaving Casablanca you can visit the Hassan II Mosque from the inside (optional). Departure for the imperial city of Rabat: capital of the Kingdom of Morocco since 1912. The visit begins at the Royal Palace. “Dar el-Mahzen” with its great mosque built by “the people of Fez”. Then visit the kasbah of Oudayas. A beautiful panoramic view of the mouth of the Bouregreg. Then the mausoleum of Mohammed V. Then the unfinished mosque of Tur Hassan. We cross the fertile valleys until we reach Meknes. We visit the imperial Meknes with its ramparts, with its magnificent gates such as Bab el-Mansour. Then the Agdal Pond. The visit ends at the Moulay Mausoleum of Ismail Mosque, made of stucco, stone and fine porcelain. A short walk leads to the town of Assila Riad Dinner and overnight stay.

Day 3: Assilah – Tangier – Tetouan – Chefchaouen

After breakfast, departure for Chefchaouen via Tangier city, panoramic tour of the city and Tetouan and on the road to the Rif, a mountain range in northern Morocco. Free time for lunch and mint tea and continue to the blue city of Chefchaouen, built in 1480. Since then the town has been home to a population made up mainly of Andalusians and then Moors, and is still forbidden to Christians on pain of death. Only the explorer Charles de Foucault defied the ban in 1883. In 1920 the Spanish captured Chefchaouen, which was subsequently bombed by Franco’s troops. Chefchaouen has a significant religious heritage with 20 mosques and oratories, 11 zaouis, and 17 mausoleums. This gave it its name (the Holy City): bluish houses, lively squares, and winding alleyways. With our professional team, we will help you get an extraordinary tour from Casablanca.

Day 4: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fez

Continuing our tour from Casablanca by departing for Fez, passing by the town of Ouazane to the Roman town of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Guided sightseeing tour and continue to Meknes, a UNESCO World Heritage Site: Continue on to Meknes, an imperial city. Visit: Bab Mansour Gate in the city center world-famous, then Bab El Khemiss, the old Mella, the granary, and the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. After saying goodbye to our local guide we will head to Fez for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 5: Fez Exploration

After lunch in the riad on the fifth day of your tour from Casablanca, we will explore the imperial city of Fez, rich in historical sights: the Medersa Attarin, the Nejarine Fountain, the Mosque of Karaouin (the 1st University in the world), the Royal Palace (and its famous golden door), the Merinidi Tombs… Learn about leather craftsmen and their methods of dyeing. Nejarine: This small square is named after the carpenters who run the shops in the area. A beautiful fountain of ornate zelig and a carved wooden pediment adorn the square. Qarawiyin Mosque: Founded in 862 by Fatima El Fihriya, a Muslim woman from Qairawan. It is the oldest university in the Arab-Islamic world. Zaouia Moulay Idrissah: The tomb of Moulay Idrissah II, the founder of the city of Fez, is located here. It is a holy place in the city of Fez. Medersa Bu Inania: Islamic university built between 1350 and 1357 by the Merinidian Sultan Abu Inane, whose architecture is one of the masterpieces of Moorish art. Medersa Attarin: The Koranic school built in 1323 by the Merinid Sultan Abu Said, its decoration is exquisite.

Day 6: Fez – Ifrane – Middle Atlas – Merzouga

After breakfast, we will leave the hotel at 8:30 am and head south through the mountains of the Middle Atlas. We reach the cedar forest and meet the Barbarian monkeys who wait on the roadside for passers-by to give them some cocoa. A short break to explore the wildlife of Morocco. We start our journey towards the Middle Atlas with its green valleys and mountain panoramas. We will stop for lunch in a Berber village, then continue on our tour from Casablanca along a desert road with villages to reach the Merzouga dunes, and camels waiting for us to start our journey through the desert. You will be able to admire the beautiful sunset behind the Merzouga dunes. After arriving at the center of the dunes, you will prepare your gear in the tents and then take a walk through the dunes and the silence that will help you relax after dinner and enjoy traditional Berber music and camping.

Day 7: Merzuga – Khamlia – Merzouga

Continuing our tour from Casablanca in the early morning to enjoy the sunrise and return to the hotel in Merzouga; there we have a hearty breakfast, after which everyone has time to move to their rooms, take a shower and prepare for the tour of Khamelia after returning to the Hotel and accommodation in Merzouga.

Day 8: Merzouga – Rissani – Kasbah Road – Dades Gorge

After sunrise, we will continue our 1-hour camel trek to a nearby guest house for a shower and breakfast. We will then travel, on the sixth day of our tour from Casablanca, from the desert to Rissani where we will visit the fort and the kasbah. After lunch we will drive through an area of fossils, small villages, and oases until we reach Tinerhir. We will visit the cliffs of Todra Gorge and Dades Gorge. Dinner and overnight stay in a charming guest house on the banks of the wadi.

Day 9: Dades Gorge – Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech

After breakfast, we follow the Dades valley and pull off the road to visit the caves inhabited by nomads and have a glass of tea. We continue on the tour from Casablanca by heading to the oasis of Skoura with its palm grove and ancient Kasbah. From there, accompanied by a local guide, we visit the magnificent Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We cross the Tizn’Tichka Pass (2260m) on a winding road through spectacular views, Berber villages, and ever-changing scenery. Arrival in Marrakech in the afternoon.

Day 10: Marrakech

Half board at the hotel. Visit the city of Marrakech, “Gateway to the South”. The visit begins with the Menara Gardens, the centerpiece of which is a twelfth-century pond. The majestic Qoutubiya minaret, a visit to the Saadian tombs. The tour ends at Jamaa el-Fna (People’s Assembly), a World Heritage site. In the morning, vendors sell fresh orange juice, fruit, wicker baskets, souvenirs, and sweets. It is particularly breathtaking at sunset when the square is lit up by a thousand lights and everything around seems magical. End of your tour from Casablanca and our service will be ended whether by transferring you to your riad or to the airport.

See also the itinerary of the 6-day tour from Casablanca.


  • Private A/C Vans or 4×4 vehicles
  • Fuel
  • English speaking driver or a driver+a personal guide who speaks English.
  • Pick up & Drop off at your accommodation
  • Typical hotels, Kasbahs, Riads
  • Camel ride
  • Camel man (guide of the camel caravan)
  • Overnight in a traditional nomad tent
  • All breakfasts
  • All Dinners in the desert line:  Midelt,  Ifrane, Azrou, Desert, Zagora, Dades, Ouarzazate, Ait Benhaddou, and all the regions. (Vegetarian meal option available)
  • Enough time to explore the sites: Kasbahs, Walks, Canyons, stops for photos and toilet.

Whats's not included

  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Dinners in: Marrakech, Fes,  Agadir, Essaouira,  Meknes, Casablanca, Rabat, Chefchaouen, Tanger.. and all cities outside the desert line are NOT included.
  • Entrance fees to all sites and monuments
  • Tipping Driver & Guides
  • Accommodations in the pickup and drop off cities, unless you want us to book them.

The price of this Morocco tour depends on the number of travelers, please fill in the booking form or contact us to get the pricing for your tour.