11 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech

Top 11 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech passing by the Sahara desert

Jion our 11 days tour from Casablanca “the economic capital” of Morocco to Marrakech via The Sahara desert and Ouarzazate. Check your itinerary below.

Completted 11 days tour from Casablanca overview:

On our 11 days tour from Casablanca, you will immerse yourself in the exotic colors and cultures that define Morocco. Therefore, we will explore Morocco from the north to the south, west, and east. Not to mention, that we will see the imperial city of Meknes to the whitewashed town of Chefchaouen. The rich history and traditions of this ancient land await. With our travel agency, you will discover the medieval city of Fes, and explore the spice markets of the medinas. Also, travel to the Roman ruins of Volubilis. This northbound tour lets you soak up the extravagant sights and revel in the hidden delights. The 11 days tour from Casablanca allowed you to learn a lot about the history of Morocco and understand its diversity in many ways. 

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Itinerary for 11 days tour from Casablanca in Morocco:

Day 1: From Casablanca to Rabat:

On the first day of the 11 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech via the Sahara desert, which will start after you arrive at the airport in Casablanca. Then, you will meet your private English-speaking driver to start the 10-day tour from Casablanca. First, you will go to one of the most significant wonders in Morocco, the majestic mosque of Hassan II, where you will meet a fascinating example of Moroccan architecture.

It is the largest mosque in the kingdom and the fifth-largest mosque in the world. After lunch, we will leave Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco. Heading towards, Rabat, the political capital, where we will be visiting the Hassan Tower, built in the 12th century. Then, we go to see the Kasbah, which dates back to the 11th-century fortress built in Andalusian style. Not to mention, it gives fine views over to Salé and the Atlantic Ocean. Overnight accommodation in Hotel/Riad.

Day 2: Rabat city to the blue city Chefchaouen:

On the second day of our Top 11 Days Tour, after breakfast in your hotel or riad, you will travel to the blue city of Chefchaouen. Obviously, we will pass through many small towns and stop for breaks. We will arrive at lunchtime, and we will eat in one of the traditional restaurants located in Chefchaouen’s Medina. After lunch, we will have time to visit the blue city.

It is a city located in the Rif Mountains, northwest of Morocco. It is famous for its old town’s remarkable buildings in different tones of faded blue. Leather and weaving workshops line its steep, cobbled alleys. In the shaded central square of Outa el Hammam is the Kasbah with its red walls, fortress, and keep of the fifteenth century, along with ethnographic and artistic exhibitions. The octagonal minaret of the Great Mosque rises not far from there. Finally, when the sun goes down, you will already be at your accommodation, where you will spend the night in a hotel or riad. The Great Mosque is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-visit for anyone interested in Islamic architecture. Its minaret is particularly impressive, with intricate geometric patterns and calligraphy adorning its walls.

Day 3: From Chefchaouen to Fes passing by Meknes and Volubilis:

After your breakfast, we will travel south via Ouazzan towards Fes. Before that, we will visit have the chance to travel back to the 3rd century by visiting one of the most important archaeological sites in the kingdom. It is Volubilis, ( Walili in the Arabic language) an attractive Roman city or what we call the ruins of Volubilis, which was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997.

Afterward, we will shift to Meknes City where we will stop for lunch and hang around the historic huge walls of the old Medina, including Bab el-Mansour, and enjoy a visit to the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. Then you’ll get to Fes in the late afternoon and check into your riad in the Medina. Finally, you will spend the night at your Riad.

Day 4: Touring in Fes:

The fourth day of our top 11 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech after breakfast, you will meet your local guide in the Riad. Then he will take you to explore the historical capital and one of the most important religious centers of the country. A guided tour will be organized for you to the old Medina, the oldest and most beautiful in Morocco. Almost unchanged since the Middle Ages and declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Bab Boujloud or the Blue Gate of Fez is the entrance to Medina. It looks like a labyrinth of streets and alleyways, and in the middle lies the Kairouine University the oldest one in the world. Also, you will visit the Madrasa Bouanania, the Tanneries, and the Najjarine fountain.

 After lunch, you could go outside the Medina to see the Royal Palace gate, walk through the Jewish quarter “the Mellah”, and then visit the pottery cooperative. Later on, you will go to one of the fortresses to experience an amazing sunset and a panoramic view of the whole Medina of Fes. Then you return to your Riad and overnight accommodation at the same Riad.

Day 5: From Fes to Merzouga desert via Ifrane and Erfoud:

Continuing our 11-day tour from Casablanca, today we leave Fez for the Merzouga desert, traveling via Ifrane The Little Switzerland of Morocco We will have a stop to discover this amazing city. Along the route, we will cross the cedar forests of the Middle Atlas, where you can often see Barbary macaques while enjoying the contrasts of the landscapes. Halfway, you will stop for lunch in the town of Midelt, famous for its fossils and rocks.

We continue our journey across the pass of Tizi N’Telghamt towards the region of Ziz Valley, which is particularly well-known for its palm trees and the length of the oasis. While we will pass through many typical Berber villages, we will arrive in the town of Erfoud, famous for its date festival and fossils. Then we continue to Merzouga village, where we will spend the night at a hotel on the edge of the largest dunes in Morocco. Dinner and overnight in the hotel

Day 6: Touring in Merzouga and camping in the desert:

Today, we will enjoy the most popular activities in the Moroccan desert. Start your journey by visiting a Khamlia village where black-skinned Berber lives. Therefore, we will enjoy their amazing music in Gnaoua style with different dances. Set off to another sight, we will pass by on the Paris Dakar Rally road to visit a nomadic family living in a tent to discover their lifestyle and have a cup of tea with them. Afterward, we will drive to visit one of the mines where they used to get mascara and salt. This latter is in the small village of Mifis on the border of Morocco with Algeria. Then, we will have a break for a special lunch in Khamlia Village, which is Berber Pizza. The mines in Mifis are known for their historical significance and the unique experience they offer visitors. Khamlia Village is also a great place to learn about the Berber culture and enjoy its traditional cuisine.

After lunch, we will be visiting the small oasis of Hassi Labied, where most of the locals have their agriculture. Frequently, we will have a walk on the oasis located at the foot of the dunes. Later, we will drive back to the village of Merzouga. We will leave the car and take a camel ride, guided by a skilled camel man, to explore the mysterious sand dunes of the Erg-Chebbi. we will make a stop on top of a high dune to enjoy the sunset. Finally, we continue to the camp, which is a combination of the traditional tents of nomads and the luxury of a hotel. Where you can enjoy the Berber drums music while dancing around the campfire under a vast open sky filled with stars. Dinner and overnight in the camp.

Day 7: From Merzouga to Todgha Gorges passing by Dades Valley:

The next day, we recommend you get up early to catch the spectacular sunrise over the Sahara Desert’s sand dunes when the dunes’ color and shadowplay make for an amazing sight. There will be enough time for you to eat breakfast and take a shower in the camp. To meet your driver later, you will ride your 4×4 or camel back to the hotel. After that, we’ll travel via Rissani to Dades Valley to visit the local neighborhood souk. This souk is special because it serves the local community rather than tourists. With sheep, goats, and donkeys, three times per week at the market. Next, we’ll head to Todgha Valley.

Afterward, we’ll drive through the Dades Valley, where you’ll see the majestic sand castles and the amazing rock formations. It is known as “monkey toes” and appears in many landscapes of Berber villages. In the late afternoon, we will arrive in Dades Valley, where we will spend the night in a hotel or riad with dinner and breakfast.

Day 8: Ouarzazte to Marrakech via Ait Benhaddou and Atlas Mountains:

After breakfast in your hotel, we continue our 11-day tour from Casablanca, crossing the authentic Dades Valley to Kalaat M’gouna, where you will have the option to visit the cooperative for the roses and purchase the rosewater, which will make your linens smell good long after your trip is over. Then we will continue to Ouarzazate, known for its film studios, which house many international film productions. It is also known as the “Hollywood of Morocco”. Here you can see the beautiful Taourirt Kasbah and the world’s largest film studio by area, Cinema Studio Atlas.

What is more interesting about this journey is visiting the famous Kasbah of Ait-Ben-Haddou. A world heritage site that has been an attraction for universal producers to use it partly in their films and TV shows such as “Game of Thrones”,” “The Mummy”,” and Son of God.” Free time to have lunch in a restaurant overlooking the Kasbah

Leave the kasbah and head towards the Atlas Mountains via the highest road pass, Tizi n’Tichka (2260 m), offering impressive views of valleys, mountains, and many Berber villages nearby before arriving at your accommodation in Marrakech.

Day 9: Touring in Marrakech:

Today after breakfast in the Riad, we will enjoy the guided tour of Marrakech ” the red city of Morocco”. We will ensure that you see the most important sites of historical and cultural interest, including the Majorelle Gardens packed with cacti, palms, and ferns, the work of painter Jacques Majorelle, the Koutoubia mosque built in the 12th century, the Bahia Palace.

Then, we’ll visit plenty of monuments like the Saadian Tombs This 16th-century graveyard is full of mosaic tiles. After lunch at a restaurant near the square, you will walk through the souks and view hundreds of handicrafts. In the afternoon, you will have some free time to wander by yourself to the other parts of the city. Finally, overnight accommodation will be at the same riad.  

Day 10: From Marrakech to Essaouira:

Today, we will visit one of the Most visited places on the coast. “Mogador” or Essaouira as most locals called it. This latter is a small town known for its historic medina, beautiful beaches, and vibrant art scene. Moreover, you can choose to join a guided tour around the city. However, you can explore the town at your own pace. To start with, stroll along the picturesque Skala de la Ville, a fortified sea wall with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Essaouira is known for its beautiful sandy beaches, and a visit wouldn’t be complete without spending some time by the sea. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the shore, bask in the sun, or even try your hand at windsurfing or kiteboarding.

In general, Essaouira is famous for its seafood, so be sure to try some of the local specialties. Therefore, Take a break from your explorations and savor a delicious lunch at one of the many seaside restaurants or cozy cafes.

In the late afternoon or early evening, start your journey back to Marrakech. Reflect on the day’s experiences as you enjoy the scenic drive through the picturesque landscapes.

Day 11: Pick up services to the Airport:

Depending on your flight time, we can explore more of Marrakech or take some time for shopping. Then we will pick you up at the airport and with that 11 days tour from Casablanca comes to an end.

11 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech reviews:

Kind Staff!

Very good way of experiencing more of the country's culture and seeing the traditional arts and craftsmanship. We had very relaxed and kind tour guides who always answered any questions we had and took us on a great tour through the city. The highlight was our visit to the medina in Marrakesh, where we went to some hidden locations visitors wouldn't normally find and had a great insight into the life and craftsmanship of the workers there.
Augest 2019

The Incredible Trip!

I have booked 11 days tour from This company, and i have not regretted my decision yet. Hassan was a perfect native speaker, who answerred all our question. Everything was great from the begging of the tour, as we have seen a lot of beautiful places in Morocco! especially the Sahara desert and Essaouira! ganuilly, Recommand this tour for everyone who want to do surfing in the sea Essaouira is the best in Morocco!
Peter B
jun 2022

To the Sahara!

I had the opportunity to make this trip with close friends, I was willing to live an adventure and open to being in places of any kind. I must say that Hassan, Omar, and the whole team are more than hospitable, they take care of every detail, they give you the most cordial welcome, they care that you spend the best of stays and of course you take a great taste in your mouth to stay wanting to return Definitely, I want to return to Morocco! It is a trip that I highly recommend, you just worry about getting a cheap flight and at the best time and put yourself in the hands of them, who will know how to show you the best of this country.
Sara L
March 2021
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