you will explore Morocco’s breathtaking splendor as you travel from Casablanca to Marrakech on this 7-Day Private Tour This trip is more than simply a tour; in just seven days, it will reveal the enchantment of Morocco through a unique experience across the Atlas Mountains and into the Sahara Desert. Along with traveling through stunning scenery, you’ll also get to see the ancient cities of Fes and Marrakech. Highlights of the trip include an unforgettable camel ride in Merzouga and an intensive cultural overnight stay in authentic Berber tents

  • Departure

    Casablanca to Marrakech via Fes & Merzouga
  • Departure Time

    8 Am
  • Return Time

    18 pm
  • Included

    Pick up & drop off Hotel/Riad
    Professional English- French-speaking driver
    Transportation (air-conditioned vehicle)
  • Not Included

    Entrance fees to historical sites.
    Local Guide


We will begin our private Morocco Tour by meeting you at the Casablanca airport or hotel. We will begin our private Morocco Tour by meeting you at the Casablanca airport or hotel. After making the drive to Rabat, we explore the medina and kasbah there. During the journey, we stop at several significant locations, including the Roman ruins, before travelling to Fes. Spend the night in a riad, or traditional Moroccan home.

Day 2: Fes Guided Tour

A guided tour of Fes's Medina, the oldest imperial city and the nation's former centre of politics, religion, and culture, which was established in 808. We enter the visit through the Royal Palace's Golden Door, and shortly after, from a higher vantage point, we can admire the walls that enclose Fez's incredible and historic Medina. Later, we'll take a walk there to experience the myriad emotions the Medina evokes in each visitor.  Explore the city's rich tapestry, stopping at places like the Tanners' Quarter, the South Tower and Cultural Enclaves, the Jewish Quarter, Pottery area, Karaouine university, and Beyond—all regarded as important landmarks. Prior to your overnight stay, you will have some free time to enjoy and become fully immersed in the lively culture and history of Fez. 

Day 3: Fes - Ifrane -Azrou - Ziz Valley - Merzouga Desert

  We drive to the Merzouga desert after enjoying a delectable breakfast on your riad and depart from Fes. Our initial stop will be the Middle Atlas Mountains, home to the lovely town of Ifrane. It's frequently called Morocco's Switzerland. Following a brief. pause here while we continue our journey through the Middle Atlas Mountains. We're going to take a brief break in a cedar forest to see some uncommon natural Barbary macaques. Somewhere along the route will be a restaurant for lunch. After that, proceed to the desert via the Ziz Valley and the Tizi N Telghemt. Arrive late in the afternoon to Merzouga Town, a little community on the outskirts of the Erg Chebbi Dunes. Your guide and camels will be waiting for you here to transport you to your desert tent across the Sahara. While travelling to your tent, you will go up a high dune to observe a serene sunset over Erg Chebbi's enormous sand dunes.  When you get to the camp, a cup of tea will be waiting for you. Before dinner, unwind in your own tent. You will be seated with Berbers around a bonfire following a delicious meal. Under a starry sky, enjoy some Berber music and discuss the culture.

Day 4: Merzouga - Rissani - Toudra Gorges - Boumalne Dades

It's highly advised to get up early today to see the panorama illuminated up by the golden fingers of sunlight. Savour a delicious breakfast at your campsite. Re Enter the camp via 4x4 vehicle or by camels once more.
In the event that it's Tuesday, Thursday, or Sunday, we can go to a classic Rissani souk. Next, take a car to Tinghir. We'll pause at a sweeping viewpoint overlooking Berber towns and palm groves. Once we get to the deep Todra Canyon, we'll . keep travelling along the Todra River. Go for a stroll beneath these 300-meter-tall rocks
Following that, we'll travel to the Dades Gorges, which is our final stop for the day. We are going to visit a place that was under the sea millions of years ago. There are a lot of sediments in the area. Finally go to your hotel for dinner and sleep

Day 5: Boumalne Dades - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou - Marrakech

After a delicious breakfast in your hotel, we will begin our journey to Marrakech. We will first go to Ouarzazate via Kalaat M'Gouna, a city renowned for its rose-filled valley in the spring. We will travel to Atlas Studio, the largest film set in the world, in Ouarzazate, where you are welcome to tour (optional and at your own expense). Secondly, we will continue to the historic Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, which is a remarkable illustration of southern Moroccan architecture. Numerous well-known films, including Gladiator, Prince of Persia, Lawrence of Arabia, and The Mummy, were filmed in the fortified town. In Game of Thrones, it even developed into the city of Yunkai.
Third, after touring the Kasbah, we'll travel to Marrakech by car, crossing the Tizi-N-Tichka Pass, which rises to a heigh
  (7415 feet) above sea level, and passing through the High Atlas Mountains. Before arriving in Marrakech, we will make a few stops along the route. We will drop you off at your riad in Marrakech for dinner and overnight.


  You can begin your exploration of Marrakech, dubbed "the red city of Morocco," after breakfast in the riad. We'll make sure you visit the most significant historical and cultural landmarks, such as the Majorelle Gardens,  Bahia Palace, and the Saadian tombs and the Koutoubia Tower. You will see hundreds of handicrafts as you stroll around the souks following lunch at a restaurant close to the square. You will get some free time in the afternoon to explore the other sections of the city on your own.


A free city programme. Go to the airport by transfer. the tour's conclusion.
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