10 Days from Casablanca to Merzouga and Marrakech

  • 10 Days from Casablanca to Merzouga and Marrakech

         10 Days Tour from Casablanca Via Merzouga and Marrakech

When you arrive to Casablanca airport, our driver will be waiting you there. You will be talked through what’s planned for the next 9 days Tour, and taken to your accommodation for an overnight in Casablanca. The first day is free to explore casablanca by walk.

Private tour Breakfast daily
Hotel lodging and all transportation Pick up & Drop off at Marrakech Airport
Transportation with air condition , gas & driver for the entire trip English Guide driver
Overnight in Dades Valley with Breakfast and Dinner included Overnight in Merzouga in camp tents, with private shower and bathroom luxury tents
1 hour camel ride each way Camel Trek to overnight in nomad desert bivouac (Private tents)
Breakfast are daily included Free time to explore the sites, Breaks for photos,..Etc
Customized & Flexible stops
Travel insurance
Entrance tickets to monuments


Day01 : Casablanca airport :
We will be warmly anticipating you to fulfill you & welcome you into our lovely country, we proudly be happy to point out and share it with you for its good and bad. As soon as we meet at Casablanca airport, where we are going to meet you and drive to your Hotel.
Day02 : Casablanca – Rabat – Asilah :
After breakfast, we are going to drive to Rabat, the capital of Morocco while you’ll arrive you’ll be able to visit Rabat will include the Medina, where the Hassan tower and mausoleum of Mohammed V are located. you’ll also visit the town across the river -Sale – which is sort of charming together with the Chellah. The Chellah was a settlement built round the nearby freshwater springs. These then evolved into the Phoenician, then Roman city of Sale, before decaying into ruins, as Rabat moved towards the north. The sultans of the Merenid dynasty chose to bury their dead here, and it’s as a necropolis that the Chellah is most famous. The ruins of Roman Sala are exposed, but it’s the minarets of the tomb complex, topped with stork’s nests, that provide the picturesque background to your visit here . After the visit of the town of Rabat we are going to drive you to Asilah, the town which it called the pearl of the Atlantic, a quiet seaside resort town within Portuguese walls that when it enclosed it .city of poets and painters, birthplace of Raissuli, touched by the ocean, Asilah is sort of a water color painting at sunset, where people get together to finish the day by watching the sunset from the tower along the coast, you’ll enjoy the wonder of this small fishing town on the sea-coast of Morocco, famous its many beaches, taste the exquisite local food made of the best and freshest seafood , experience the opposite culture of 1 the attractive town of Morocco, overnight in Riad in Asilah.
Day03 : Asilah – Tangier – Chefchaouen :
After breakfast, we are going to head to Tangier, The day dedicated to go to Tanger city, You’ll last walking sightseeing tour. You’ll visit Cap Spartel, the caves of Hercules, and you’ll explore the Kasbah, the Medina and also the souk. At the souk, you’ll have free time to walk down its color and aroma-filled streets and obtain an award After lunch a journey will take us to the attractive town of Chefchaouen, persevere northward and watch the landscape change from flat plains and rolling hills to the rocky terrain of the Rif Mountains. referred to as the “Blue City,” Chefchaouen is formed from narrow, winding streets and blue-washed buildings, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and friendly locals. Spend some time within the compact Medina along the northern hillside and luxuriate in a meal in Plaza Outa el Hammam, before touring the kasbah (old fortification). because the day draws to an end, make your thanks to the abandoned Spanish Mosque to enjoy one last view over Chefchaouen because the sun sets behind the mountains. Overnight in Chefchaouen.
Day04 : Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes :
Rise early to snap unobstructed photos before you head dead set the Roman city of Volubilis. A UNESCO protected site, Volubilis is home to Morocco’s best preserved Roman ruins. Wander the expansive complex, exploring the still-intact columns of former buildings, large merchant homes, temples, and therefore the colorful mosaics, including the Labors of Hercules. Continue south to your second imperial city, Meknes. Spend a bit time exploring Ville Impériale (Imperial City) and also the Medina. make sure to test out the grand Bab al-Mansour gate and also the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. Carry on eastward to FES. Before venturing into the Medina, take the time to finish a brief trek up a hill to the ruins of the Merenid Tombs for a perspective of the medieval city. the most effective time to go to the tombs is around dusk. The muezzin’s calls to worship is heard through the valley because the city lights begin to glow on, adding to the atmosphere. Or, for an additional viewpoint, find your thanks to the Mellah (old Jewish quarter and cemetery).overnight in Riad in FES.

Day05 : Fes Sightseeing :

The oldest of the imperial cities in Morocco, and maybe the foremost interesting and exciting to explore, Fes has undergone little colonial development, adding to its medieval appeal. The foremost complete Medina within the Arab world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fes is created of three details of interest: Fes el Bali (old Fes, the Medina, and where you may spend most of your time), Fes el Jdid (‘new’ Fes), and so the French-influenced Ville Nouvelle. Meet your guide to be told more about the history and culture of Fes, and most significantly, to assist you navigate the Medina. Begin your tour in Fes el Bali, starting at the Bab Boujeloud gate, welcoming you onto Talâa Kebira. Discover the wares available within the souks (markets) and shops as you pass the Spanish and Tunisian influenced architecture. One in every of the foremost unique sights within the old Medina is that of the tanneries, and Chouara Tannery isn’t any exception. Climb to the rooftop of a close-by leather to buy a higher view of the 11th-century stone pots stuffed with dye and men working. Follow your guide to Al-Qarawiyyin Library and Mosque (859 CE). If you’re lucky, you will be ready to sneak a peek inside the Library. Overnight in Riad Fes.

Day06 : Fes – Ifran – Azrou- Midelt – Ziz Valley – Erfoud – Merzouga Desert : 

You’ll be covering lots of ground today as you’re employed your way south toward your final destination outside the desert town of Merzouga. Ascend the center mountain chain through fragrant cedar forests, and over the Col du Zad pass. Stop and stretch your legs within the “Apple City” of Midelt—known for its fruit orchards—and lunch near the Moulouya River. Still the palm forests of the Ziz Valley by way of the Tizi n’Talremt pass, noting the various fortified ksars merchants built to guard and stock their precious goods (gold, salt, and spices). Reach Erfoud, known for dates and fossils, and stop at a neighborhood artisan collective to be told everything there’s to grasp about the kinds of fossils found within the area. Head toward the ocean of sand of Erg Chebbi, where some dunes are over 600 feet tall. In Merzouga, meet your camel and hop aboard to trek to your evening’s accommodation: a Bedouin-style tent. Race to the highest of a close-by ridge to observe the desert sunset over the dunes before returning to your site for dinner and a campfire under the starry night sky.

Day07 : Merzouga – Rissani – Toudra Valley – Toudra Gorge – Dades Valley :  

Try to rouse to catch the sunrise-there’s nothing quite prefer it… Have breakfast back at the kasbah by the dunes in Merzouga (you’ll even take a shower here at the hotel if you slept in a very basic tent). After breakfast our route takes us first to Rissani that accustomed function a caravan outlet until a century ago. Gold and slave auctions were going down here as late as 1800s. Before it, the caravan trade and also the most vital city in Morocco was Sijilmassa, the ruins of which lie opposite Rissani. From its gates, Ibn Battuta and Leo Africans left Morocco to start their illustrious journeys across the Sahara into African countries, at a time when Sijilmassa was the trading hub between Europe and Africa and Arab purebred horses from Morocco a way coveted commodity at the court of Timbuktu: Before Tinerir, we’ll explore a neighborhood ksour (fortified traditional village). The spectacular Todra Gorges, lie only 15 km from Tinerir, presenting an arresting spectacle with its crystal clear river emerging from it, its huge walls changing color to magical effect because the day unfolds. We are back within the mountain range as we meet up with Tinerir, a vital center for the Berber nomad tribes with its extensive palm grove, the decaying ksours and 19th century adobe mosque. Less touristy, the Dades Gorges are worth a detour, with their awkward monkey fingers rock formations and great trekking opportunities.

Day08 : Dades Valley – Rose Valley – Ouarzazate- Ait benhaddou Kasbah – Marrakech :
Your journey continues west along the Valley of cardinal Kasbahs, many unrepaired having been the product of pisé clay (rammed earth). Make your way through Boumalne Dades until you reach the plots of land, bordered by manicured rose bushes, in Kela’a M’gouna. Utilized in the cosmetics industry, roses are cultivated to create essence and water. Continue west to the popular desert hub and filming location, Ouarzazate. In Ouarzazate, time allowing, we are able to visit the film studios where more recently a number of the episodes of Game of Thrones were shot. Half an hour later, our tour turns right to shortly gain post-card perfect UNESCO world site of Ait Benhaddou. There’s always someone willing to guide you, but the most effective is to merely lose yourselves in its alleyways. There’s always a brand-new thanks to reach its peak, from where the snow capped chain framed by the denim sky will steal your breath away. If the climb up hadn’t already. The kasbah made famous by the slave scene from ‘Gladiator’, the sweetness of the valley serpenting underneath the route is beyond words. Your journey continues northwest, ascending the High range of mountains and through the Tizi n’Tichka, over Tizi n Tichka pass, we descend the High Atlas and reach the plain. Ahead within the night, lays dormant and sensual Marrakech, its walls and eighteen gates enveloping many foundouks, once protecting the caravans and their precious cargos.
Day09 : Marrakech Sightseeing Tour :
Unlike Fes, Marrakech has Berber instead of Arab roots and today remains a serious economic center. Founded within the 11th century, it’s often stated because the “Red City” thanks to the natural red pigment found in its walls and buildings. Meet your guide and see the hidden gems of the Medina: souks and shops selling their wares. Find your thanks to the Koutoubia Mosque—Marrakech’s tallest minaret at 253 feet (77 m). Then visit the El Badi Palace and its sunken gardens, before heading to Marrakech’s Mellah. As you come to Jemaa el-Fna, note the massive open spaces along the alleyways, these fondouks or caravanserai were once inns along the traditional trade routes providing travelers and traders an area to remain. Next, try the Saadian Tombs, only discovered within the 1930s. From there, visit the 19th-century Bahia Palace, the foremost luxurious palace of its time, and admire the intricate woodwork and painted ceilings. Visit the Majorelle Gardens in Ville Nouvelle for an area to flee the afternoon heat.
Day10: Marrakech – Casablanca :
After breakfast, we are going to head to Casablanca and as we get there, you might even see the Hassan II Mosque, the foremost important mosque outside Mecca. Rik’s café and seaside boulevard (ain diab) then After the visit of town of Casablanca we will drive you to Casablanca airport for your flight back home at 7 pm, the tip of our service.
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