10 days tour from Casablanca

10 days tour from Casablanca

Plan for a 10 days tour from Casablanca with Moroccan Desert Tours local travel agency

Note: Our Marrakech desert tours, Fes desert tours, and Tangier desert tours may be combined to create this travel itinerary.

Table of contents:

Departure location:

Casablanca

Return location:

Marrakech/Casablanca

Departure time:

08:00 AM

Itinerary duration

10 days/ 9 nights

10 days tour from Casablanca overview:

Itinerary for a 10 days tour from Casablanca. Customized by a Moroccan travel operator based on popular tourist locations. This itinerary will take you to Fes, a cultural city with a lot to offer. We’ll then go to the Merzouga desert. You will go on a camel ride and camp in Berber tents. After that, we’ll go to Todgha Gorges to see the huge canyons before spending the night in Dades Gorges. Later, we’ll proceed to Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, Glaoui Thami’s Berber fortress. We’ll eventually arrive at Marrakech, the red city, after crossing the High Atlas Mountains. We’ll see numerous places here, including Jemaa El Fna Square and the Majorelle Garden.

Highlights of our 10 days tour from Casablanca:

  • We go on a tour to Fes, Morocco’s most significant cultural city. Merzouga is located in the Sahara Desert.
  • Ride a camel in the desert
  • With optional hiking, we visit the Dades and Todra gorges (if time allows)
  • Visit Ait Benhaddou and Ouarzazate’s film studios.
  • Marrakech is our destination.

The Itinerary of our 10 days tour from Casablanca

The first day begins with a flight from Casablanca to Fes.

We will begin our 10-day Morocco trip plan in Casablanca and travel to Fes. We will begin by visiting Hassan II’s mosque in Casablanca. Following that, we’ll travel to Rabat’s Hassan Tower Mosque and Les Oudayas. We’ll also see the Medieval fortress Chellah. Later, we’ll go to Fes via the highway. We’ll be staying in a riad for the night.

Day 2: Fes is a guided tour.

On this day, we’ll go on a guided tour of Fes with a local guide. We will send one of our expert guides to your Riad or lodging in the morning. Then, some locations will be visited by automobile, while others will be explored on foot. There are several things to discover. To begin, we will tour the ancient Medina from the exterior, stopping at the Royal Palace, a stunning Ksar with seven golden gates.

Following that, we’ll go to the Borj Nord, which is located on a mountain and offers a spectacular view of the whole medina. We shall enter via the main gate of Boujloud. From here, the guide will accompany you on a tour to Al Qarawiyyin Institution, the world’s oldest university. Then you’ll go to Tannery Chouara, which is a leather factory. We’ll finish the day by allowing you some free time to explore Fes before heading back to the hotel.

Fes to Merzouga Sahara, day three.

We’ll continue on with our 10 days tour from Casablanca. To begin, we will go to Ifrane, which is regarded as Morocco’s most beautiful and cleanest city. Later, we’ll take a trip through a Cedar tree forest to see the monkeys. After that, we’ll take you into the high Atlas Mountains, passing via Midelt and Rich towns. Then we’ll go across a valley of date palm palms to Erfoud. It’s famous for its date festival and fossils. We will eventually arrive at Merzouga, the jewel of Moroccan excursions.

Merzouga excursion on day four.

Today is the pinnacle of our Morocco 10 days from Casablanca. First, we’ll drive you to Khamlia, a little Gnaoua settlement where we’ll be entertained by their music. After that, we’ll drive you to Mifis’ Salt Mine and Mascara. Later, we’ll visit a Berber family living in tents to learn how they live in the camp. After that, we’ll go to Srij Lake and Merzouga’s little oasis for a visit. We’ll eventually transport you on camels to Berber camps so you may experience the nomadic life. Our Berbers will perform drams and build fire for you there. You may also trek up the dune to see the Milky Way and the stars.

Merzouga to Dades, Day 5

On this day, we’ll go to Fzna to see the antique irrigation well system. After that, we’ll go to a Berber clothing cooperative. Then we’ll proceed to the Todgha gorges, which are located close the province of Tinghir. After that, we’ll travel to Dades, stopping at the Tisdrine monkey toes mountains and bends. Between Marrakech and Merzouga is Dades. As a result, we’ll divide the road and camp there for the night.

Dades to Marrakech on Day 6.

We will continue our 10 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech, the red city. We’ll start with a trip to Kalaat Mgouna’s rose valley. Then we’ll travel via Skoura to Ouarzazate, the city cinema where Atlas film studios are located. After that, we’ll go to the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, a Berber fortification erected by the Glaoui family for the Touarges. It’s also where blockbusters like Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiator were filmed.

We’ll travel across the high Atlas mountains of Tichka pass after lunch. We’ll then halt at the highest point on the route, at 2260 meters, for another panoramic look of the road. Then, before leaving for Marrakech, we’ll stop at an argan oil cooperative and check into our hotel.

Marrakech is the destination for the seventh day.

As part of a guided tour of Fes. To begin the trip, one of our Marrakech guides will arrive at your accommodation with our vehicle. The gardens of Majorelle and Menara will be your first stop. You’ll also see the Koutoubia mosque and the Saddien tombs. In addition, you will visit Jamaa El Fna Square and Bahia Palace. You will also visit El Badi and the King’s Palace. You’ll have some free time afterward to explore Marrakech on your own.

Day 8: Day travel to Essaouira.

You will take a one-day tour to Mogador of Essaouira as part of our 10 days tour from Casablanca. On the route, you’ll be able to see goats climbing argan trees. Then, in Essaouira, see the Citadel, which is located near the beach and the Scala harbor. You will have free time to roam about Essaouira. We will transport you back to your Marrakech hotel in the late afternoon.

Excursion to the Ouzoud waterfalls on day 9.

You’ll also go on a day trip to Ouzoud Falls, one of Morocco’s most popular tourist destinations, to relax and enjoy the day. They are the Cascades, and most people go there for picnics with their families. We’ll be back in Marrakech the next day.

Day 10: Marrakech to Casablanca:

Our Morocco 10 days tour from Casablanca comes to an end today. As a result, we’ll transport you back to Casablanca and wish you success and a return visit to Morocco.

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Testimonials:

What an incredible adventure!

It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Morocco is beautiful, but the Sahara desert has a special place in my heart. We had a wonderful evening and night at the million star campsite, enjoying the drums and traditional Berber music while sitting around the fire. Both Ahmed and Ibrahim, the drivers, were really professional. The desert roads need unique abilities, but we knew we were in excellent hands and felt comfortable, so we could focus on the scenery. Both of them were a lot of fun, patient, and took excellent care of us. Everything was well-organized and completed on time.
Choose Moroccan Desert Tours if you're seeking for a wonderful journey and want to see all Morocco has to offer!

Marcos H

10 days desert tour

Moroccan Desert Tours arranged a personalized 10-day desert trip from Casablanca for two persons around the nation. I picked this driver service since it was well-reviewed and offered the most competitive price among 10 tour providers.

Morocco's architecture and scenery are magnificent, but our tour guide didn't provide any background. Because it was evident that English was a barrier to communication, the bulk of the journey required us to do our own destination research. Despite the lack of clarity in communication, our driver was pleasant, and his mobile texting responses were timely. In addition, our driver was really timely. He'd be ready and waiting to deliver us to our next location on schedule by starting each day earlier than planned.

Adam S

Morocco tour

With Hassan and his brother, we enjoyed a fantastic week. Everything went nicely from the beginning to the finish of our vacation. Everything went as planned, and we (my wife and I, a couple in our late twenties) are quite pleased. Our Morocco tour took us from Fez to Marakesh and Agadir across the Sahara Desert. Hamid arranged for us to stay in very lovely Riads and hotels during our vacation, as well as organizing all of our transport and a fantastic excursion to the Sahara desert, where we had a fantastic time. Hassan and his brother were always available to answer our inquiries and provide advice. We would love to return, and Hassan would be our first choice for our future trip to Morocco. Everyone gets my recommendation!! Once again, thank you:)

Audrey C

Vacation of a lifetime!

The vacation to Marrakech was fantastic - the mood, culture, and people are all very kind and friendly! Hamid has been the ideal tour guide to show me the city's gems, constantly cheerful and willing to go out of his way to make my mother's trip extra memorable! Thank you so much; I'll be in touch shortly...

Cesar C

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Highlights overview:

History of Fes


Fes is the oldest of Morocco’s imperial towns, having been built in 789 by Idriss I, who fled Baghdad’s Abbasids. Before being poisoned by the Abbasids, he led local Berbers in conquest of the territory and created the Kingdom of Morocco. Waves of immigration from Spain (mostly Muslim families escaping the Catholic Reconquista) and Tunisia arrived in the 9th century, bringing skill and riches to the expanding metropolis.

The University of Al Quaraouiyine, one of the world’s biggest and oldest, was founded in the middle of the ninth century. By the 11th century, the city had a cosmopolitan population of about 500,000 people, including Moors, Berbers, Jews, Turks, and Christians, and the two riverside towns founded by Idriss I and his son had united.

When the Merenids made Fes their new capital in 1269, it achieved its pinnacle as a center of study and trade, and its reputation as an intellectual hub grew. Many notable structures and monuments, notably madrassas with a particular combination of Arab and Andalusian styles, could be found in the city renowned as the “Athens of Africa.” It was only inevitable that it become a major commerce hub.

After the Wattasid Dynasty acquired control of Fes with the help of the Turks in the 16th century, the city lost its capital position. In 1579, the Ottomans eventually took the city. The capital was relocated to Marrakech. Fes was re-established as the capital during Moulay Abdallah’s reign in the 18th century.

In 1912, the French established a protectorate over most of Morocco, with Rabat as its capital. Wide, straight boulevards characterize the construction of the Ville Nouvelle (new town). Despite the medina’s subsequent neglect, the oldest and walled portion of the city, known as Fès el-Bali, was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981, marking the first time an Islamic and Arab city had been thus honored.

What if I told you that  

  •  In 1033, the Fes massacre resulted in the deaths of about 6,000 Jews in Fes.
  • In Fes, there are almost 13,000 historic structures. The government is protecting and restoring 11 madrassas, 320 mosques, 270 funduqs (traditional hotels), and more than 200 hammams, residences, and public ovens via a new generation of trained artisans. Most Moroccans still see Fes as the country’s historic, cultural, and spiritual center.
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