A 10-day trip across Morocco showing you the historical sites as well as the modern places you can spend your free time and enjoy some fun. From the beautiful city of Casablanca to Rabat, Fez, Ifrance, Azrou, ending in Ouarzazate, on the way visiting Midelt, Errachidia, Erfoud, Rissani, Dades Chasms and many more.
- Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and is considered the economic and business centre of Morocco. During this tour, you will see Hassan II Mosque, designed by the French architect Michel Pinseau, Casablanca Cathedral and New Town, designed by the French architect Henri Prost, and many more of the city.
- Merzouga is known for its proximity to Erg Chebbi, a Saharan erg, and it is, for this reason, a part of the itineraries of many tourists visiting Morocco.
- Ifrane was built by French builders in 1929. Ifrane is known as “Switzerland of Morocco” because of its architecture.
- Azrou which’s name comes from a Berber word for “rock”. In the city, you can enjoy monkey and see a famous Cedar forest that covers a significant area of Azrou city.
- Marrakesh‘s heady sights and sounds will dazzle, frazzle and enchant. Marrakesh is one of the Moroccan treasures. Marrakesh has its own vibe you will fall in love with and it’s generous for travellers.
Day 1: Casablanca > Rabat (around 90 km, 2 hours drive)
Meet you in the air terminal and takeoff to do the visit of the Hassan II mosque (On the off chance that you touch base early in the day, the last visit is at 14h), after continuation to Rabat, visit the authoritative and political capital. Supper and overnight at the Riad
Day 2: Rabat > Meknes > Fez (around 270 km, five hours driving)
After breakfast, we take our way to Fez through Moulay Idriss, blessed city and visit the Roman remnants of Volubilis. Lunch at Volubilis and Meknes known as “The Versailles of Morocco”. Visit the landmarks of Meknes. Land in Fes, Supper and overnight at the Riad.
Day 3: Fez > Verifiable Visit (around one hour via auto and the rest stroll in the medina)
After breakfast, the day will be dedicated to the revelation of Fez, the most seasoned magnificent urban communities and old towns, established by Idriss II, the radiation focal point of the Bedouin Muslim culture: The Mosque of the Andalusians, tanneries, the region potters, Medina. Lunch at a royal residence in the Medina. Evenings keep on visiting: Hispano-Moorish structures, the Medersas, rather Nejjarine. Supper and overnight at the Riad.
Day 4: Fez > Ifrane > Azrou > Midelt (200 km, four hours driving)
After breakfast we move to Midelt through Ifrane and Azrou, stop at the timberland of cedar, after continuation to Midelt, supper and overnight at the Hotel.
Day 5: Fes – Ifrane – Merzouga
Today we get from lodging in Fes and we investigate Ifrane in Center Map book mountains, called “Switzerland city”. We visit cedar woodland close Azrou. We drive to Erfoud to visit fossil plant. In Rissani we visit neighborhood souk. In Merzouga we get ready for camel ride to achieve abandoned camp. We spend a night in Sahara betray in camp with supper and watching nightfall.
Day 5: Midelt > Errachidia > Erfoud > Rissani > Erg Chebbi (around 270 km, five hours driving)
After breakfast we keep our journey to Merzouga (Erg Chebbi ridges) along the Ziz Valley by a progressive arrangement of strengthened towns whose engineering declaration that pre-Saharan desert garden, booked landing in around 15h and following an hour’s unwind, journey by camels keeping in mind the end goal to get to the camp, night in an extravagance bivouac in one private tent for you with the lavatory in the tent and half load up.
Day 6 : Merzouga > Rissani > Todra Crevasses > Dades Chasms (around 270 km, five hours driving)
After dawn back to the inn for breakfast and shower, at that point drive to the Dades Chasm through Rissani, Erfoud, Tinejdad Tinerir, Todra Crevasse and Dades Boumalen for entry in Dades Canyon, supper and overnight in the inn.
Day 7: Dades Chasms > Roses Valley > Skoura > Ouarzazate (around 150 km, three hours driving)
After breakfast, we go to Ouarzazate by means of Kelâa M’Gouna the city where held every year the celebration of roses. Lunch and continuation to Ouarzazate through the Dades Valley, the Valley of Roses, Ouarzazate stop in to visit the kasbah Ameridil, at that point continuation to Ouarzazate. Supper and overnight at the lodging.
Day 8: Ouarzazate > Ait Ben Haddou > Telouet > Marrakech
After breakfast we move to Aït Benhaddou the Kasbah (named UNESCO legacy) for the visit, at that point to the kasbah Telouet by Ounila Valley (salt way or the street of the procession) and after takeoff to Marrakech by the Tizi N’Tichka pass (2260m altitude), expected entry in Marrakech around 17h, convenience with breakfast at the Riad.
Day 9: Marrakech social visit
After breakfast, entire day will be devoted to the visit of Marrakech “Pearl of the South”, established in the eleventh century. Toward the beginning of the day, visit the Koutoubia, the Saadian tombs, the Palais de la Bahia. Toward the evening, visit the souks, the Medina and Place Jmaa El Fna, settlement with breakfast at the Riad.
Information: Each of our trips can be adjusted individually after previous arrangement.
Ride a camel!
While driving a car is a comfortable, riding a camel through the desert is much more fun and memorable! Don’t hesitate and explore the Sahara desert from a camel’s seddle.
Transporation in 4×4 Cars
Enjoy a ride from one city to another through desert in comfortable 4×4 cars!
- Takeoff point: From your hotel or an airport (can be changed after previous arrangement (can be changed after previous arrangement )
- Takeoff time: 9 AM (can be changed after previous arrangement (can be changed after previous arrangement )
- Return details: Back to the take-off destination (can be changed after previous arrangement )
Prices depend on many factors such as number of travelers and duration of stay.
- Approximate budget: USD 1000–1500 / EUR 850–1300
- Accommodation (hotels or riads)
- Transportation during the whole trip
- Ride in an agreeable 4×4 car
- English talking guide/driver
- Convenience in hotels/riads
- Suppers and breakfasts
- Camel ride in Merzouga forsake
- Dozing in Sahara camp – tent
- Drop off at your lodging toward the finish of the visit
- Lunches and beverages
- Passage charges for historical centers, landmarks and attractions