An 8 days tour from Casablanca offers a wonderful opportunity to explore Morocco’s vibrant culture, rich history, and stunning landscapes. This tour takes you on a fascinating journey through the country’s most iconic destinations, including the imperial cities of Marrakech, Fez, and Rabat, the breathtaking Atlas Mountains, and the golden sands of the Sahara Desert.
Starting in Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco, you will have the chance to explore its vibrant medina and marvel at the stunning Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. From there, you will travel to the charming city of Rabat, the capital of Morocco, where you can explore the historic Kasbah of the Udayas, the Hassan Tower, and the royal palace.
Next, you will head to the imperial city of Meknes, where you can wander through its ancient medina, visit the grand Bab Mansour gate, and explore the impressive ruins of the Roman city of Volubilis. Your journey continues to the stunning city of Fez, where you can immerse yourself in its fascinating history and culture by exploring its bustling markets, ancient palaces, and religious sites.
Leaving Fez, you will journey through the breathtaking Atlas Mountains, passing through traditional Berber villages and admiring the stunning scenery along the way. The highlight of your tour will be the magical Sahara Desert, where you will spend a night under the stars in a traditional desert camp, ride camels across the golden dunes, and witness the breathtaking sunrise and sunset over the desert landscape.
You will then arrive in the picturesque town of Ouarzazate, known as the “Gateway to the Desert,” where you can visit the stunning Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Overall, this 8 days tour from Casablanca is an unforgettable journey that will take you on a whirlwind adventure through Morocco’s most iconic destinations, offering a truly immersive and authentic experience of the country’s rich culture and history.
- Pick and Drop Services
- Comfort Transportation
- Luxury Accommodations
- Camel Trekking
- Breakfast Per Day
- Dinner & Music Event
- Monument Fees
- Lunch & Drinks
- Additional Services
On the first day of our 8 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech through the Merzouga Desert, we will meet you at your Casablanca accommodation or airport and travel to the lovely blue city of Chefchaoune, passing through Rabat, Morocco’s capital and one of the country’s four imperial cities. We will tour the city’s most popular sights, including the Hassan Tower, Chellah, and Oudaya Kasbah.
We will enjoy lunch on our own. In the afternoon, we will continue to Chefchaoune via Ouazzan. We will stop along the journey to take in the scenery of the Rif Mountains. We may arrive in the blue city (Chefchaouen) in the evening. Dinner and overnight in a traditional riad or hotel in Medina’s blue alleyways.
Following breakfast, you’ll explore Chefchaouen, or Chaouen, affectionately known as "the Blue Pearl." It is a very unique and traditional Moroccan town located in the northwest of Morocco, surrounded by the Rif Mountains. It is famed for its ancient town’s outstanding buildings in various shades of fading blue, which give the impression of a clean and lovely world.
It earned its name due to the distinctive blue color that all residents use to paint their homes. According to these traditions and beliefs, the color blue symbolizes the sky, which reminds people of heaven and God. This color scheme imparts an incredible charm to the city, as well as a mood and atmosphere of relaxation, warmth, and tranquility.
You’ll begin your Chefchaouen sightseeing tour by strolling through the blue streets, taking in the beautiful blue walls, doors, windows, and amazing side shops of the old Medina, which boasts an abundance of incredible photo opportunities around every corner. You will have a break to sample the north’s delectable Moroccan cuisine. Visit the ancient Kasbah Ali Ben Rachid and the Plaza Uta El-Hammam in the evening. Our lovely day concludes in the same riad, or hotel, located in the blue alleys of Chefchaouen.
After breakfast, we’ll begin our journey to Volubilis, passing through numerous Rif villages, including Ouazzan and several more breathtaking Rif villages. The first stop is in Volubilis, one of Morocco’s best-preserved Roman monuments. We’ll tour and learn about this Moroccan history archeological site, which features an astonishing display of columns, abandoned houses, and stunning mosaics going back to the third century BC.
Following our visit to the ruins, we will continue our journey to Meknes, the Ismaili capital and one of Morocco’s four imperial cities, where we will stop for lunch and then begin exploring the city’s interesting sites, including the fascinating Bab Mansour Gate, built by Sultan Moulay Ismail; the tranquil courtyards of the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail; and Sahrij Swani, a water reservoir used for irrigation and plantation. Stroll through the old medina of Meknes and take in the bustle of El Hedim Square. In the afternoon, we travel to Fes to unwind, eat, and stay in a traditional riad or hotel in the medina’s core.
On the 4th day of the 8 days tour from Casablanca, following breakfast in your riad, you will be able to visit the country’s spiritual capital and oldest city. Walking through its bustling souks, epic alleyways, and historical structures, you reach the magnificent Royal Palace gate that connects the modern and old Fes.
Following that, we’ll begin touring all of the cultural and historical landmarks, including Al Qaraouine University (one of the oldest universities in the world), the tanneries, and the Attarine Museum.
Following lunch, you will visit the best place to stay in Fes (Fes El Bali), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With its lanes and legendary Moroccan monuments like Babb Boujloud (the medina’s main entrance), this is the city’s most exotic and historic region. Fes el Bali is a fantastic souk for local hand-made items in vibrant Moroccan styles such as leatherwork, metalwork, etc. We’ll go out for a drink in the afternoon in the new city and spend the night in a hotel or riad.