8 Days Tour From Casablanca:
Day 1: Airport to the hotel and visit Casablanca
After a night of rest at the hotel, we’ll start our 8-day Moroccan tour by taking you from the hotel to the Riad If your plane arrives early in the day, we’ll drive you to several attractions in the city of Casablanca. That’s right, whether you arrived early or late, we’ll take you to your accommodation and let you relax.
Morocco has many good places to visit for tourists. For example, we can go to the Mosque of Hassan 2, which is partly built on the Atlantic Ocean. Al-Haraam is the largest functioning mosque in Africa and the 7th in the world.
Day 2: Casablanca to Chefchaouen via rabat
We’ll leave Casablanca early in the morning and head towards Chefchaouen. We’ll stop at Rabat (old town) for lunch before continuing to Chefchaouen.
Chefchaouen is one of Morocco’s oldest cities, and it was once the country’s capital. The city is known for its narrow streets and white buildings that blend into the snowy mountains that surround it.
Day 3: Chefchaouen to fes via volubles
We’ll leave Chefchaouen early in the morning and drive to Fes. In Fes, we’ll visit the Kasbah des Oudaias, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Kasbah is a walled fortress that was built in 1525. It was built by Sultan Moulay Ismail, who was also the founder of Marrakesh.
In the afternoon, we’ll continue to Volubilis. Volubilis is a mountain village that’s located near the Atlas Mountains. It’s a popular place with Moroccans because it’s a great place to go hiking.
Day 4: Visit Fes with a tour guide
We’ll start our tour of Fes with a visit to the Djemaa el-Fna, which is the main square of Fes. The Djemaa el-Fna is a large open-air square, where people come together to enjoy live music, mimes, dancers, and other performances.
After visiting the Djemaa el-Fna, we’ll continue our tour of Fes. We’ll visit the Saadian Tombs, which are the final resting place of the Saadian Dynasty. The tombs are made of white marble and are decorated with gold.
Day 5: Fes to desert via ifrane azrou midelt ziz vally
We’ll leave Fes early in the morning and head to the desert. We’ll stop at Midelt, which is a small town in the middle of the desert.
In Midelt, we’ll visit the ruins of the Kasbah des Oudaias. The Kasbah is a walled fortress that was built in 1525. It was built by Sultan Moulay Ismail, who was also the founder of Marrakesh.
From Midelt, we’ll continue to the town of Ifran Azrou Midelt. The town is located in the center of the Sahara Desert.
Day 6: visit desert with 4×4
We’ll start our desert adventure early in the morning. We’ll visit the Todgha oasis, which is a traditional Berber oasis. The Todgha oasis is home to palm trees, ancient mud-brick buildings, and beautiful landscapes. After visiting the Todgha oasis, we’ll continue to the Sahara Desert. We’ll stop at the Dades Valley. The Dades Valley is located in the Sahara Desert. It’s one of the few places where you can see the dunes up close.
Day 7: Merzouga desert to Dades valley via todra gorge
After a morning of sandboarding, we had a late start to our day: by the time we’d eaten breakfast and packed up, it was almost 11 am. Fortunately, the drive to Todgha Gorge took less than two hours, so we still had plenty of time at the end of the day to make it back to Marrakech for dinner.
We stopped at Erg Chebbi for lunch. There were plenty of camels wandering around our camp, but we didn’t encounter any that were being ridden. The sun shone brilliantly, and it was a good stop for a snack or lunch. We didn’t eat dinner at camp since there weren’t any restaurants nearby, but I imagine it’s a nice place for dinner.
One of my favorite things about Morocco is the hospitality shown by everyone we met—this was evident even here in the desert, where many people only speak Arabic. The staff of the campsite where we stayed gave us mint tea and cookies, and when they learned that our tour guide was with us and that he wasn’t going into the gorge with us, they insisted on giving him cookies as well.
Day 8: Dades Valley to marrakech via ouarzazate, kasbah ait Ben hadou, atlas mountains
The morning started with a stop at the tourist information office at the entrance of Ouarzazate. The staff was very knowledgeable about the area and gave us great tips for our final day in Morocco. We then drove through the Sahara desert, stopping at a few viewpoints to take pictures and having lunch at one of the stops. For the afternoon, we went to kasbah ait Ben Haddou (a Ben Haddou village) and visited several surrounding attractions, including a Berber house. Therefore, The Kasbah was interesting, but we were told it is very touristic, so we skipped it. While driving back to Marrakech, we stopped at an Atlas mountains viewpoint and watched the sunset.