9 DAYS TOUR FROM MARRAKECH TO CASABLANCA. will begin in Marrakech Traveling to Merzouga, passing through the High Atlas Mountains via Ouarzazate. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ouarzazate, dubbed “Africa’s Hollywood,” and stop for photos at the continent’s second-largest studio, Atlas. Taourirt Kasbah is a kasbah in Taourirt, Morocco. Roses Valley is a town in the Tinghir. Camel trekking through the Dades Valley and down to the Merzouga desert. Tour through Erg Chebbi to see Nomads and spend the night in a Berber tent in the heart of the dunes. villages of the Berbers will travel past the Rissani Market on the way to Fes. Ziz Valley. Erfoud. Midelt We will see the Cedar Forest in Azrou, the Moroccan Switzerland in Ifrane, and the Middle Atlas Mountains in Ifrane. Fes, the old imperial city, the Berber Roman ruins of Volubilis, Meknes, Rabat, and Casablanca all take up a full day.


  • In Rabat, go to the Hassan Tower.
  • Get lost amid the Volubilis Roman ruins.
  • A native guide will show you around Fes and Marrakech.
  • In Azrou, you can meet Barbary Apes.
  • Panoramic views of Erg Chebbi dunes through a cedar forest
  • Experience Merzouga camel ride Sahara
  • As the sun sets over the sand dunes, take in the view.
  • Sandboarding is a fun pastime to do.
  • A hearty dinner and a campfire party (Berber Drums)
  • Merzouga Desert Camp Overnight Camping Merzouga
  • Explore Tour & Visit to a Nomad Family
  • In Ouarzazate, go to Atlas Studio and Taourirt Kasbah.
  • Visit the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Views of the Atlas Mountains’ scenery are breathtaking.
  • In Casablanca, Airport


The journey begins at Marrakech’s airport, where you will be met by our multilingual driver who will take you to your Riad or Hotel for some rest and leisure. In the evening, you will have the opportunity to explore Jemaa el Fna. The snake-charmers, narrators, and dancers will enthral you.

Today, there will be an optional private guided tour of Marrakech Medina with a Marrakech official guide. You’ll see the famed Koutubia Mosque, the Medina and its souks, and learn about some of Marrakech’s hidden gems, including the Ali Ben Youssef Koranic School, the Saadian the Bahia Palace and Majorelle Gardens, and a night in a Medina Riad.

We will journey via the Tizi N Tichka region of the Atlas Mountains to reach Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, one of Morocco’s most stunning Kasbahs and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We’ll continue on to Dades Gorges after touring the Kasbah, where we’ll spend the night in a hotel with dinner and breakfast. We’ll pass through the Valley of Roses in Kelaat M’Gouna, which is famous for its yearly rose festival, on our way from Ouarzazate to DADES. Proceed to Dades Valley, where you will spend the night.

Following our breakfast in Dades Valley, we will travel through Tinghir to the Todra gorges. Stopping for photos and admiring the scenery along the way to take in the magnificent Canyons views. In the afternoon, we’ll travel to Touroug for lunch before heading to Erfoud to visit a local fossil craft workshop. We’ll carry on to Merzouga, where the rest of the journey will be remarkable and magical. We will ride camels and stroll into the golden sand dunes of Erg Chebbi after relaxing for a few minutes in Merzouga. The journey will take us to a traditional camp (Nomad, Berber tents) where we will spend our second night to experience nomad hospitality and lifestyle.It’s an excellent opportunity to photograph the sunset and sunrise. In the middle of the Sahara, the night will be filled with the sounds of drums. After that, we’ll sleep in a quiet and peaceful world to experience the pleasures and grandeur of the desert.

We’ll get up early to catch the dawn over the desert and have breakfast. Following that, we’ll ride camels back to the hotel. We will have the entire day free, and the following day, we will journey to Gnaoua village Khamlia to be delighted with the original instruments. We’ll go to Rissani city after spending some time with Gnaoua to explore the region’s largest “souk” traditional market. People from all across the country flock to this metropolis to fulfill their basic needs. In Rissani, after lunch. Medfouna (Berber pizza), Tajines, and a cup of mint tea We will return to Merzouga for the night.

You may get up early in the morning, take a walk over the sand dunes, and see the sunrise from just behind the Algerian border, around 50 kilometers from Merzouga. After breakfast, you will ride a camel back to the hotel and depart for Fez, passing through Rissani and Ziz valleys. We will stop for lunch in Midelt (the apple capital), then continue on through the Middle Atlas Mountains and Cedar Forests, passing Ifran, a winter ski resort built by the French in the 1930’s to look like a Swiss village. We will arrive in Fez in the afternoon, diner, and overnight.

The majority of the day will be spent with a local guide. Exploring the sights of Fez, Morocco’s old imperial capital, from Fes. The journey begins at the Royal Palace entrance and continues through the Medina’s narrow lanes to the Jewish Quarter and Tanneries. This tour takes you to all of the cultural and historical landmarks in the area, including the well-known Al Karaouine University. Following that, you will get the opportunity to see traditional Moroccan crafts in the pottery cooperative. In the afternoon, we’ll take you to see the new city or new Fez and savor the panoramic view of the Medina.

We will explore the Roman-Berber Ruins of Volublis, or Walili in Berber, after breakfast in Fez. Volublis, or Walili in Berber, is a partially excavated Berber and Roman city in Morocco located near Meknes and widely regarded as the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Mauretania. It dates back to the third century BC. Following Volubilis, we will travel to Meknes to see the city that bears the name of Moulay Ismail, the renowned sultan of the Alouita dynasty. Visit the Bab Mansour Gate and the El Hedim Plaza. In Rabat, we’ll have lunch. Morocco’s administrative capital: The first stop is the Kasbah of Udayas “Oudaias,” Rabat’s oldest building with spectacular views of the river “Bu Regrag” and the Atlantic Ocean. Hassan Tower “Tour Hassan” and mausoleum is the second step in Rabat; it’s an unfinished mosque started by “Al Mohads” commander Yacoub Al-Mansour. We travel to Casablanca after exploring Rabat.

After breakfast, we will pick you up from your Casablanca accommodation and take you on a tour of the city’s historical legacy, depending on your departure time. We will be able to visit some of the city’s attractions, such as Hassan II Mosque, United Nations Place, and the Coastal Seaside Corniche, as well as the Casablanca airport.



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