Experience the perfect blend of culture and coastal serenity during this comprehensive tour from Casablanca. Explore the Imperial Cities of Marrakech, Fes, Rabat, and Meknes, traverse the Sahara Desert’s mesmerizing dunes, uncover ancient ruins, and relax on the picturesque Atlantic Coast in Essaouira.
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Highlights of Your 15-Day Tour from Casablanca:
Program Itinerary of the 15-Day Morocco Tour
Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca – Welcome to Morocco! Upon your arrival in Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco, your private driver will meet you and transfer you to your Casablanca hotel for check-in and relaxation.
Depending on your schedule, consider an optional tour of the awe-inspiring Hassan II Mosque, one of the world’s largest mosques known for its exquisite craftsmanship. Dinner will be served at your hotel.
Day 2: Casablanca to Chefchaouen via Rabat [338 Km] Begin your 15-day Moroccan adventure after breakfast as you depart for Chefchaouen, the famous “Blue City” nestled in the stunning Rif Mountains.
During the journey, make a stop in Rabat, the capital city and the King’s residence, for lunch and a chance to admire the coastal beauty.
After lunch, continue your journey to Chefchaouen for the night, where dinner will be served at the hotel.
Day 3: Chefchaouen to Fes via Volubilis and Meknes [252 km] After breakfast, embark on a morning visit to the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis, offering a glimpse into life during the Roman Empire.
Enjoy lunch in Meknes, one of Morocco’s Imperial cities. Afterward, your guide will lead you on a tour of Meknes before heading to Fes, the cultural and spiritual heart of Morocco. Dinner will be served at your hotel.
Day 4: Fes Sightseeing with Local Guide Start your day with breakfast, followed by a guided tour of Fes’ medina, one of the world’s largest walled cities. Explore narrow streets filled with fresh produce, aromatic spices, intricately woven Berber carpets, and various Moroccan art objects.
Visit the Royal Palace, tanneries, and pottery workshops. For lunch, enjoy Moroccan cuisine in a traditional restaurant within the medina. Afterward, complete the tour and return to your hotel for the evening. Dinner will be served in a local restaurant.
Day 5: Fes to Merzouga via Ifrane, Cedar Forest, and Ziz Valley [415 km] Following an early breakfast, begin your ascent across the Middle Atlas Mountains. Most of the day will be spent winding through beautiful forests, jagged rock faces, and Berber villages as you cross the Atlas Mountains, descending towards the Sahara Desert.
Halfway through, stop for lunch in Midelt, known for its fossils and rocks. Upon arrival at the Kasbah in Merzouga, enjoy a refreshing shower or dip in the pool (weather permitting) after the drive. Dinner will be served at the Kasbah.
Day 6: Merzouga (Camel Ride & Night in Sahara) [54 km] Spend most of the day relaxing at the hotel or exploring small, intriguing desert towns.
In the afternoon, embark on a 4-wheel drive excursion across barren land to the majestic Sahara sand dunes.
Set off by camel for a 1/2-hour trek onto the dunes to watch the sunset. Spend the night in Berber tents (Dinner included).
Day 7: Erg Chebbi to Dades Valley via Erfoud and Todra Gorges [269 km] After breakfast, return by camel to the 4x4s and head back to Erfoud. From Erfoud, journey behind the High Atlas Mountains toward the Todra Gorges.
In the afternoon, hike in the towering Todra Gorges (600 feet high). The picturesque river valleys offer a beautiful journey toward southeast Morocco.
Stay overnight in Dades before crossing the High Atlas Mountains. Dinner will be served at the Kasbah.
Day 8: Dades Valley to Ouarzazate via Rose Valley and Skoura [132 km] Enjoy an early breakfast before setting off for Ouarzazate along the famous route of 1000 Kasbahs. Optionally, visit ancient Kasbahs in the palm groves.
A trip up into the Dades Gorges offers a captivating natural wonder. Upon arrival in Ouarzazate, consider exploring this southern town, renowned for its film production. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
Day 9: Ouarzazate to Taroudant via Taliouine [274 km] Depart in the morning for the beautiful oasis town of Taliouine, Morocco’s Saffron capital. Continue to Taroudant, a former regional capital and the first capital city of the Saadian dynasty. Located at the intersection of the Souss valley and High Atlas mountains, Taroudant is often called the “little Marrakech.”
Taroudant offers a pleasant setting with remarkable picturesque souks known for leather, iron, wood, painted wood, ceramics, and Berber jewelry. Enjoy an afternoon at leisure.
Day 10: Taroudant to Essaouira via Agadir [303 km] After breakfast, depart for Agadir, known for its panoramic view over the Atlantic Ocean and its crescent-shaped sandy beach stretching as far as the eye can see.
Following lunch in Agadir, continue north towards Essaouira, a city with a rich history, reflecting Phoenician, Berber, Portuguese, Jewish, and French influences in its well-preserved architecture. Explore its small alleyways and whitewashed buildings with blue accents, and visit the enchanting fishing harbor, a testament to its Portuguese heritage.
Day 11: Essaouira to Marrakech [191 km] Start your day with breakfast and head to Marrakech via a scenic inland route with the famous Argan trees, exclusive to this region. Stop to capture photos of goats munching on Argan fruits.
Visit an Argan oil cooperative run by local women, where you can learn about the oil-making process and pick up homemade soap or ‘Amlou,’ a traditional Moroccan jam. Continue to Marrakech and overnight at your hotel/Riad.
Day 12: Marrakech City Tour with a Local Guide Today, embark on a sightseeing tour of Marrakech, the second oldest imperial city, often referred to as the “Pearl of the South.” Explore the rich history and cultural heritage of this ancient city with visits to the Saadian Tombs, Koutoubia Mosque (the city’s tallest building), Bahia Palace, and the vibrant Majorelle Gardens.
Discover the bustling souks and experience the famous Djemaa El Fna square with its diverse entertainments, including storytellers, water sellers, acrobats, snake charmers, magicians, musicians, and open-air barbecue food stalls. Optionally, indulge in a Fantasia dinner at a local restaurant.
Enjoy a Fantasia spectacle featuring horse shows, folkloric troops from various Moroccan regions, and belly dancers. Spend the night in Marrakech.
Day 13: Marrakech Take the morning at your leisure to explore the medina. Optionally, consider a half-day excursion to the nearby Ourika Valley to experience traditional Berber life.
Day 14: Marrakech to Casablanca [241 km] After a relaxed morning, your last day of travel will take you back to Casablanca. For those wanting extra time in Marrakech, feel free