11 days tour from Casablanca
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11 days tour from Casablanca overview:
If you’re planning to spend some time in Morocco and want to see all that the nation has to offer, this is the place to be. Then don’t miss out on this incredible 11 days desert tour from Casablanca. It features the ancient cities of Rabat, Fes, Meknes, and Marrakech, as well as stunning views of the Atlas Mountains, Berber villages, the Sahara Desert, and the coast. This itinerary in Morocco includes a camel ride across the Erg Chebbi dunes, the greatest dunes in the Moroccan Sahara Desert, as well as an overnight stay in Berber tents. Take in the views of beautiful valleys, gorges, old Kasbahs, and the surrounding landscape. You may learn about Moroccan history and Berber culture, as well as much more… Please bear in mind that this 11-day Morocco itinerary will be customized to your exact requirements, budget, and interests.
Highlights of our 11 days tour from Casablanca:
- Explore Rabat’s magnificent Hassan II mosque and Hassan Tower.
- Explore the historic remains of Volubilis, the Roman empire’s capital.
- Take in the stunning scenery of the Atlas Mountains.
- Discover Ait Ben Haddou’s historic hamlet and the Kasbah of Amridil.
- Enjoy the stunning scenery of the Dades and Ziz valleys, as well as the Todra gorges.
- Spend a night in the middle of the Sahara desert on a camel ride through the golden dunes of Merzouga.
- Explore the rich history and architecture of Marrakech and Fes’ historic medinas.
- View and stroll around Essaouira’s Atlantic shore.
The Itinerary of our 11 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
Casablanca – Rabat, Day 1
We’ll meet at the Casablanca airport or your hotel. After that, we’ll begin our 11 days private tour from Casablanca to Marrakech by seeing the Hassan II Mosque. It is the world’s seventh biggest mosque, and it is erected above the Atlantic Ocean. The good news is that it is available to non-Muslims. You will get the opportunity to visit an Islamic mosque. Before we travel to Rabat, you will also have the opportunity to see the ancient Medina, which has a number of noteworthy tourist sites. You will spend the night at a local hotel, which will include breakfast.
Rabat – Chefchaouen, Day 2
Rabat is the administrative capital of Morocco and an imperial city. It is distinguished by colonial architecture and historically important structures. As a result, after breakfast, you will visit the most popular tourist attractions in the ancient Medina. As a result, we’ll go to the Royal Palace, the Hassan Tour, Mohammed V Mausoleum, and the Oudaya Kasbah. In addition, we will go through the Rif Mountains on our way to Chefchaouen. You’ll spend the night at Riad.
Day 3: Sightseeing in Chefchaouen
You will begin touring the Blue Pearl Chefchaouen after breakfast at your Riad. With its white-washed buildings and blue doors and windows, it is a lovely village. It is also a renowned tourist attraction with local products and Moorish architecture. In Riad, you will spend the night and breakfast.
Day 4: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes
After breakfast at your hotel, we’ll travel to Volubilis through the Rif Mountains. Volubilis is an Old Roman ruins archaeological site. As a result, you will learn about this UNESCO World Heritage Site before we go to Meknes. It is also an imperial city with kilometers of huge walls around it. You’ll see Mansour Gate, Hedim Square, and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, among other historical and architectural landmarks. After that, we’ll proceed to Fes, another imperial city. You will spend the night and breakfast at a Riad/hotel in the area.
Day 5: Fes – City Tour with a Guide.
Fes is a Moroccan scientific and cultural center. As a result, after breakfast, you’ll meet our local guide at your lodging to begin seeing the city. One of the key attractions you will see is Al-Karaouine University, the world’s first university. You’ll also see the Royal Palace Gate, the Jewish Quarter, the Tanneries, and the Tiles Cooperative, among other notable sights.
When touring the Medina, you will come across hundreds of handicrafts as you go through the small lanes. Before you return to your hotel for the night, our local guide will make sure you see all of the key sights.
Day 6: Fes – Ifrane – Cedar Forest – Zize Valley – Merzouga Desert
We will travel to Ifrane city after your breakfast. With magnificent vistas and Alpine-style buildings, it is Morocco’s Switzerland. We’ll also visit Cedar Forest, where you can experience the freedom of barbarian apes. Following that, we’ll have lunch in Midelt’s capital apples. Then we continue driving into the Ziz Valleys, passing through palm tree oasis. We’ll stop here for a panoramic vista before continuing on to Erfoud and Merzouga. You will be greeted with a mint tea at your Merzouga lodging and will stay for one night, including supper.
Day 7: Merzouga – Camel Trekking and Desert Tour
Today is going to be a memorable day in the desert. As a result, we’ll travel to the Khamlia hamlet, which is populated by individuals of African descent. You’ll discover more about them while listening to their Gnawa music. You will also have the opportunity to drive off-road to the Mfiss mines. Here, Berbers engage in adventurous labor in holes that are approximately 30 meters deep, with the added bonus of a panoramic view of the whole desert.
Then we go to nomads to learn about their way of life. Lunch will include Berber pizza and chai, giving you a taste of nomadic life. We’ll return to your lodging after touring the arid regions. Before embarking on a camel trekking adventure, you will be served mint tea and given some time to relax. Your camel guide will make a pit break to take in the breathtaking sunset before returning to the tent. You will enjoy drum music around the fire beneath the starry sky after supper, and you will have a wonderful night.
Merzouga – Rissani – Todgha Gorges – Dades Valley on day eight
We’ll travel to Rissani after a shower and breakfast at the tent. It is a historic city with an ancient and traditional souk. As a result, you’ll come across this historic souk and go to Todra Gorges via palm tree gardens. It’s a natural oasis created by a river that runs parallel to the canyon.
It’s also a fantastic spot for rock climbers. Before we get at your Riad/hotel, you will have time to explore this oasis, see the rock formations, and take in the scenery. You will stay at Dades Valley for one night, including supper.
Dades Valley – Ouarzazate – Aite Ben Haddou – Marrakech on Day 9
Breakfast will be served before departing from your Riad. The Thousand Kasbahs will be our route, with Kasbahs on both sides of the road. On the way to Ouarzazate, you’ll also pass through Rose Valley, which is known for its rose products. It is Africa’s Hollywood, having a well-known cinema studio where films like as Gladiator and Game of Thrones were shot. As a result, you’ll go to its film studio before heading to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. It is Morocco’s biggest Kasbah, and it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.
Moreover, the Kasbah is an outstanding example of Moroccan dwelling building architecture in the southeast. You will see this UNESCO World Heritage Site and travel to Marrakech via the Atlas Mountains. However, before arriving in Marrakech, we’ll travel across the Tizi n’Tichka mountain pass, stopping for panoramic views. The following day, you’ll visit Marrakech, another royal city. You’ll spend the night at Riad.
Day 10: Guided Tour of Marrakech
After breakfast, you’ll meet our local guide and begin your sightseeing tour of the city. You will visit the most fascinating and historically significant sites. As a result, the 11 days tour from Casablanca itinerary includes a visit to Ben Youssef Madrasa, Morocco’s biggest Islamic school with Moorish architecture.
It also features the Bahia Palace, a historical palace with mosaic walls built in the 19th century by minister Ahmed Ben Mousa. Following that, you’ll see the Jewish Quarter, Saadian Tambo, and Koutoubia Mosque. Then you go to the city’s main plaza, Jemaa El Fna, Majorelle Gardens, and other major landmarks. In the same Raid, you’ll have another.
Transfer to the airport on Day 11
We will travel back to Casablanca from our 11 days tour from Casablanca airport after your breakfast. Our service will cease after we drop you off at the airport.
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Casablanca, also known as Casa or Dar El Baida, is Morocco’s economic hub, with its artificial harbor handling the majority of the country’s international commerce. The city, which is located on the west coast, resembles a metropolis of southern Europe: cosmopolitan, contemporary, and frantic, with luxury brands in its shops. It will not be difficult to locate an excellent place to dine in Casablanca, regardless of your budget. Casablanca, which was founded in 1906 on the site of a 7th century Berber city that was destroyed by an earthquake in the second half of the 18th century and is still partially surrounded by the original ancient walls, where a labyrinth of small streets connect among stone houses, has a population of about 3 million people.
Outside the Medina, the Nouvelle Ville, a French-built metropolis with boulevards, retail malls, banks, major hotels, and contemporary boutiques, is located. The white Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, which overlooks the gardens of the Parc de la Ligue Arabe, sits to the west of the residential areas. In the evenings, walk between the El Hank lighthouse and the mausoleum of Sidi Bou Abderrahmane, the city’s primary beach resort, along the An-Diab coastal route. This area is also great for watching beautiful sunsets and partying hard in one of the area’s discos. Casablanca has a temperate climate, with warm winters and cool summers brought on by the Atlantic air, making it milder than Marrakech or Fez.