7 Days Tour from Casablanca
Casablanca » Rabat » Chefchaouen » Volubilis » Meknes » Fes » Midelt » Arfoud » Merzouga Desert » Rissani » Todra Gorges » Dades Gorges » Ouarzazate » Ait Ben Haddou » Marrakech
7 Days Tour from Casablanca
The 7 days tour from Casablanca is recommended for anyone interested in exploring Morocco tourist attractions. On this tour, you will be picked up in Casablanca and spend time at the Hassan II Mosque before traveling to the imperial cities Rabat, Fes, Meknes, and Volubilis, and beautiful blue city of Chefchaouen on the way.
You will enjoy the Sahara desert of Merzouga and do the Sahraian activities like camel rides and seeing the magical sunset/sunrise. Moreover, you will discover gorges on Atlas mountains, Todra and Dades, and explore the red city of Marrakech and its charms.
- We offer both standard and luxury accommodations. Please let us know what your preferences are and we will send you the available options.
- All Sahara tours include a camel ride to the sunset in the Sahara Desert & delicious dinners at a beautiful campsite along with the bonfire and Berber music.
- In addition to the first-class service, we have free wifi, water, pillows, and a wide variety of music in our vehicles for your amazing journey.
- Please contact us for the desired tour, pricing, and more information: [email protected]
Day 1: Casablanca » Rabat » Chefchaouen [341 km]
On the first day of our best 7 days tour from Casablanca, we will pick you up from the airport as soon as you get to Casablanca. The Hassan II mosque is one of the city’s major historical sites that we will see after that.
Then we will head towards Rabat, the capital of the nation, and take another brief guided tour to see the unfinished tower of Hassan and the Kasbah of Oudayas. We’ll depart Rabat after lunch and travel to Chefchaouen, a town known for its vibrant blue hue.
Before we reach Chefchaouen, commonly known as Chaouen, we will have the opportunity to take in the breathtaking scenery of the Riff Mountains on the drive there. We will spend the night at a gorgeous hotel, in the center of the city.
Day 2: Chefchaouen » Volubilis » Meknes » Fes [260 km]
You will have a stroll through Chefchaouen’s vivid and colorful streets after walking up in this lovely town. The town is called “the Blue Pearl” since most of it is painted blue. We will depart Chefchaouen after lunch and go to Fes, the spiritual center of Morocco.
We definitely will stop in Volubilis, the old Roman city ruins and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the history of previous civilizations and move directly to Meknes, one of the four imperial cities of the country. Here you will explore many sites, such as the Bab Mansour, the old medina, Lahdim square and other places. When we get to Fes, we will head directly to a traditional Riad where we will spend the night.
Day 3: Fes Sightseeing with a local guide
The imperial city of Fes, one of the oldest cities in Morocco and one of its most culturally and historically rich cities in Morocco. You will have the entire day of exploring after breakfast in your riad/hotel.
We will start by exploring the old part of Fes with the help of a local guide. You will visit the traditional souks, the royal palace’s gates, and Quaraouine University. In actuality, the Quarantine is still in operation and is the oldest university in the world.
Lunch at a traditional Moroccan restaurant.
The Batha Museum and the Nejjarine Fountain are the next stops on our journey. We will stop at a café or a terrace to end the day and take in a sweeping view of the city before returning to the riad/hotel.
Day 4: Fes » Ifrane » Azrou » Ziz Valley » Erfoud » Merzouga Desert [463 km]
We will leave Fes early this morning and travel over the Middle Atlas to arrive in Merzouga by sunset. Before going to the forests of Azrou, where we will observe wild macaque monkeys, we will stop in the town of Ifrane. This town is widely known as the Switzerland of Morocco.
As the geographic center of the Middle Atlas, Midelt City is where we will have lunch before continuing on our tour. We will travel through the stunning Ziz Valley, where we will stop to soak in the scenery and possibly take some photos.
Then we head to Merzouga, the entrance to the Erg Chebbi desert. We will pass pass the desert town of Erfoud. Arrival at the Riad where you will spend the night.
Day 5: Merzouga Sightseeing [60 km]
We will have a great time discovering Merzouga surroundings and discovering more about the desert culture on this day. First, a short 4×4 journey across the dunes will take us to the old Khamlia town. The pioneers of Gnaoua music reside in Khamlia, which explains why the settlement is so significant to the region.
Visiting nomad families will also be included. You will discover how these people are living in faraway places and we will have a cup of tea with them before leaving back toward Merzouga.
Following lunch, we will return to Merzouga and spend some time relaxing there. Here, through the twilight, we will get the opportunity to take in the breathtaking desert panorama while riding camels. We will be transported by camel to the secret luxury desert camp, where you will enjoy a delicious traditional dinner and party with local musicians before retiring to our luxurious, well-appointed tents for the night.
Day 6: Merzouga Desert » Rissani » Todra Gorges » Dades Gorges [271 km]
We will leave the Sahara today and take a different, more enjoyable route that passes through Gorges and Berber settlements. We will arrive in Todra Gorge, a natural oasis created by the River Todra slicing through limestone over a long period, after traveling to Rissani and Tinghir.
The gorge, is one of Morocco’s top tourist attractions, with canyon walls that soar more than 400 meters above the ground, giving it an almost ancient aspect.
After lunch in the gorge, we will continue to the Dades Valley where we will see the stunning beauty and vast vistas of Dades Valley. While still in the Dades Gorges, we will have a dinner and breakfast at a riad/hotel.
Day 7: Dades Gorges » Ouarzazate » Ait Ben Haddou » Marrakech [330 km]
On the final day of our tour, we will travel through the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs, which leads to Ouarzazate. The international filmmaking land where many films have been made. We will have time to visit Atlas studios before going to Kalaat Mgouna, also known as the Capital of Roses to explore the local rose factory.
Later, we move to The historic Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, which has served as the setting for numerous historical films. The UNESCO has assigned Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah as a world heritage site.
Our 7 days tour from Casablanca will come to an end as we travel over the stunning High Atlas Mountains to Marrakech, our final stop. Drop off at your location riad/hotel.
Good To Know:
The 7 Days tour from Casablanca doesn’t necessarily have to strictly follow the path we laid down here. In other words, The 7 days tour from Casablanca can be customized the way you like it. A tour itinerary is only limited by imagination. If you have any suggestions, we’re happy to include them in the itinerary.
Also, if you’re not familiar with Morocco, feel free to contact us so we can help you. We are always ready to hear from you as well as help you to make your decisions.
Frequently Asked Questions
The trip costs vary based on the number of passengers and the chosen lodging type. You have the option to upgrade hotels and Sahara camps from standard to luxury. For detailed pricing information, kindly refer to the designated section.
Our exclusive 7 days tour from Casablanca offers a private option, ensuring a personalized and intimate exploration.
The 7 days in Morocco tour start at your Casablanca hotel/riad, ensuring a seamless and convenient travel experience. The journey concludes at a hotel or the Marrakech airport for added flexibility and convenience.
For your utmost comfort, we deploy a fleet of vehicles, featuring the Toyota Prado Land Cruiser TX and Mercedes Benz Sprinter minibus for larger groups. This choice enhances your overall travel experience.
The camel ride that spans approximately one hour, allowing you to savor the journey as you make your way to the camp.
Certainly! If camels aren’t your preferred mode of transportation, a 4×4 car is available for your convenience, providing seamless transfers to and from the camp at no additional cost. Kindly inform us of your preference at the time of booking so that we can tailor the experience to suit your needs.
Rest assured, the tents are exclusively private. The standard camp offers communal bathrooms, while the luxury camp boasts private tents with ensuite bathrooms for a more lavish experience.
Yes, the luxury desert camp is thoughtfully equipped with electricity sourced from solar panels, ensuring a sustainable and comfortable environment during your stay.
Yes, you can! Numerous ATV rental companies in Merzouga offer quality quad bikes and dunes buggies in Erg Chebbi dunes. Your guide will assist you in arranging this, and you can directly pay the supplier in Merzouga. The cost is typically 50 Euros per quad per hour.
Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city, captivates with its iconic Hassan II Mosque, a symbol of Islamic heritage. The city’s bustling markets, like the Central Market and Habous Quarter, and the historic film Casablanca add cultural allure. Ricks Café, inspired by the movie, and Marco Mall contribute to the modern scene, making this coastal metropolis a compelling blend of tradition, cinema, shopping, and contemporary life.
Here’s a comprehensive list of essentials for your 7 days tour from Casablanca:
- Scarf or Hat
- Long jeans (comfortable for camel trek)
- Long-sleeved shirts
- Rugged sandals or shoes
- Flip flops
- Hand sanitizer
- Portable charger
- Small backpack for essentials
- Wallet to secure valuables like phone and cards.