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Overview of 15 days desert tour from Casablanca:

Welcome travelers to a magnificent 15 DAYS TOUR FROM CASABLANCA TO MARRAKECH VIA FES! Your journey will take you from the bustling city of Casablanca, through the cultural mecca of Fes, and finally to the enchanting city of Marrakech. Each destination offers its own unique history, heritage, and charm, making this adventure truly unforgettable.

Throughout the trip, you will have the opportunity to explore famous landmarks, such as the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca and the ancient Medina in Fes. You’ll also have the chance to discover the Sahara Desert through an excursion, where you can witness the stunning beauty of the dunes and the nomadic lifestyle of the Berber people.

As you make your way from Casablanca to Marrakech, you’ll enjoy picturesque landscapes and scenic routes, including the Atlas Mountains. The tour culminates in Marrakech, a city known for its vibrant markets, beautiful gardens, and fascinating history.

Get ready to embark on a thrilling journey that will awaken all of your senses as you immerse yourself in the exquisite beauty and rich culture of Morocco.

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Highlight of the Tour


  • Visit Casablanca’s Hassan 2 Mosque.
  • Hassan Tower
  • Explore Chefchaouen’s blue city.
  • Lost among Volubilis’ Roman ruins
  • Guided tours of Fes and Marrakech
  • Azrou’s Barbary Apes Cedar woodland Erg Chebbi dunes panorama
  • Experience Merzouga camel ride Sahara
  • Sunset over sand dunes
  • Try sandboarding.
  • Campfire feast and celebration (Berber Drums)
  • Merzouga exploration excursion and nomad family visit
  • Atlas Studio & Taourirt Kasbah, Ouarzazate
  • Visit UNESCO-listed Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.
  • Amazing Atlas Mountains vistas
15 days Morocco tour from Casablanca Itinerary:

Our 15 DAYS TOUR FROM CASABLANCA TO MARRAKECH VIA FES will start from Casablanca's Mohammed V airport, you'll explore Ain Diab's coastal Cornish. Non-Muslims may visit the world's second-largest mosque, the Hassan II mosque. Casablanca hotel stay.


After breakfast at your Casablanca lodging location this morning, we will get in the car and go in the direction of Chefchaouen. Following the plan for the day, you will go to Rabat to see some of the city's most fascinating attractions, including the "Royal Palace," "the Hassan Tower," "Oudaya Kasbah," and "the Mausoleum of Mohamed V." In addition to this, you will stop at the most significant locations along the way. After that, we keep going until we reach the blue city of Chefchaouen. Spend the night at a riad or hotel in the city of Chefchaouen.


Today is for Chefchaouen's top attractions. After breakfast at your hotel, visit Chefchaouen, Morocco's most popular tourist destination. Chefchaouen's most remarkable feature is the Medina's blue paint. After entering Chefchaouen's Medina, ascend to the famed "Ras El Maa Waterfall" on a mountaintop to overlook the city's rocky topography. On your trip to the summit, you'll pass landmarks and iconic structures such Place "Outa El Hamam," a tranquil area with cafés and restaurants. The 18th-century "Kasbah" is a rebuilt walled fortification with a beautiful garden in Chefchaouen's square. Visit the 15th-century "Grand Spanish Mosque" to finish your trip. Chefchaouen overnight.


We will depart Chefchaouen for Fes, the royal city, after breakfast today. The route today includes a stop at Ouazzane. We'll stop at Volubilis, a Roman outpost south of Morocco, to see the remains and marvel at the mosaic floors that once adorned the imperial homes.
The next destination is in Meknes, where we will see the largest gate in Morocco (Bab El Mansour) as well as the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and the Sahrij Souani. Lunch will be in a restaurant close to "the square of El Hedim" in Meknes, where you will also have the chance to explore. The next day, we'll go back to Fes and check into our hotel (or riad) for the night.

Fes, one of the world's oldest imperial capitals, was built in 808 as the first political, religious, and cultural capital, and after breakfast you'll meet our local guide to enjoy a full day tour. The tour of the Royal Palace's Golden Doors has begun. Later, we get a bird's-eye view of an ancient medina's wall from a nearby vantage point. Afterwards, we'll go out on foot to encounter a plethora of revolting sensations. You will visit several sites of worship, including mosques and madrassas, before reaching the tanners' neighborhood. We'll continue our tour and stop by an artist community without giving you a break for lunch. Fes has rightfully earned the reputation as the "city of artisans" because to the expertise its residents brought with them from Spain and their preservation of Andalusian art and culture. Have dinner at the hotel/riad and stay the night.


Following breakfast, we will go on a journey to see the southeastern region of Morocco, via the middle Atlas. Our first destination is Ifrane, sometimes referred to as the "Moroccan Switzerland," known for its picturesque landscapes. Continuing our trip, we will make a stop at Azrou, renowned for its expansive cedar forest, which happens to be the biggest in Morocco. Here, we will have the opportunity to observe and interact with Barbary monkeys, a popular attraction in the area. Continuing our journey in a southerly direction, we through many cities, giving us the chance to see the presence of nomadic communities living in tents. Ultimately, our route leads us to the town of Midelt, where we will pause for a midday meal. We will go through the expansive expanse of the elevated desert, observing the gradual transformation of the landscape as subtle indications of the arid environment become apparent upon nearing the urban centre of Er Rachidia or imtghren. The expedition proceeds via the verdant Ziz Valley and the renowned Tafilalet date palm grove, which is recognised for its production of dates. This region serves as the historical birthplace of the Alaouite dynasty, which now holds the position of the governing royal family in Morocco. Upon reaching Merzouga in the late afternoon, guests will be greeted with a refreshing drink of mint tea prior to their check-in at the riad.


While enjoying brunch early in the morning, one views the sun emerge over the Sahara Desert.

Later of these unforgettable experiences, you'll ride a camel back to the hotel, where you'll check in and take a refreshing shower.

A 4x4 tour of the dunes will take you to the lake Dayate Sarji, which arises in the spring and attracts pink flamingos and other animals.

Observe the family of nomads picnicking in a shelter. Listen to the Gnawa's spiritual melody in the Khamlia settlement. At Merzouga, you will have supper.

After lunch, you will explore the oasis at the foot of the dunes and hear about the canal irrigation system.

Just remain in your hotel or riad the entire day and night, dining and showering in leisure.

At the break of dawn, the camel guide will rouse you from slumber to see a potentially unparalleled sunrise experience. Following the occurrence of dawn, it is expected that you will start your return journey to the hamlet of Merzouga. During the journey, one cannot help but acknowledge the distinctive aesthetic appeal of the magnificent Erg Chebbi sand dunes, which undergo a transformative process as they interact with varying degrees of illumination during the course of the day. Following breakfast at the riad, the itinerary will begin with a visit to Rissani, Tinghir, and Todra gorges, which are renowned as the most elevated and slender gorges in Morocco. Following the midday meal inside the central region of the canyon, our itinerary will continue with a drive into the Dades Valley, affording you the opportunity to see the awe-inspiring sand castles and remarkable geological structures colloquially referred to as "monkey toes". The overnight lodging will be provided at an exclusive hotel that offers a scenic view of the Dades valley.

Following our morning meal at the hotel, we will embark on a journey through the Dades Valley on route to Kalaat Mgouna and Ouarzazate. The Dades Valley path is often referred to as the "way of the thousand Kasbahs," offering enough possibilities for capturing exceptional photographs along the journey. During our journey, we will make a stop in Kalaat Mgouna, often referred to as "the rose city," in order to acquire rosewater. This fragrant product will impart a pleasant aroma to your linens, persisting long after the conclusion of our excursion. Proceed to Ouarzazate by way of the Amridil Kasbah, a historical edifice associated with the Berber chieftains of the 18th century. Presently, the Kasbah serves as a residence for several individuals belonging to the Glaoui community. During the evening hours, a halt will be made at the city of Ouarzazate.

Following an early morning meal at the riad, we embark on our expedition to reach the ksar, a walled settlement, known as Ait Ben Haddou. Our primary objective is to see the renowned Kasbah, which was officially recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. This remarkable stage has served as the backdrop for renowned cinematic productions, such as Gladiator, Obelix, The Mummy, The Jewel of the Nile, and Sahara with Penélope Cruz, among others.

After seeing the kasbah, our itinerary includes a visit to Marrakech, where we will have the opportunity to witness the Tizi Ntichka port, boasting an elevation of 2,260 metres, making it the highest point inside our nation. During our journey, we will have the opportunity to appreciate the scenic beauty of various landscapes from the overlooks along the route. Additionally, we will make intermittent pauses to get photographs of the berber villages. As the day draws to a close, we will go to our riad located inside the Medina for check-in. Staying overnight in a riad.

Following the morning meal at your riad, the journey to the seaside city of Essaouira will begin. Upon arriving at the destination after a journey of around two and a half hours, one may start the exploration of the city. Embark upon a leisurely stroll around the narrow passageways of the medina, where one may see a vast array of handicrafts, numbering in the hundreds. The metropolis known as the "City of the Wind" garners the attention of surf enthusiasts hailing from all corners of the globe. Essaouira has been influenced by several civilizations throughout its history, notably the Portuguese occupation, which has left a lasting impact on its architectural landscape. Despite its historical significance, Essaouira continues to maintain its status as a little community. Due to its considerable dimensions and distinctive architectural features, including the presence of blue doors and whitewashed walls, this location is often referred to as the "Jewel of the Atlantic" within the context of Morocco. Additionally, a visit to the women's cooperative of Argan oil will be included. In this location, the oil is extracted, renowned for its culinary, cosmetic, and medicinal attributes. Complimentary lunch will be provided either inside the medina or at the dock. In the afternoon, the return journey to Marrakech will begin. Staying overnight in a riad.

Visit the magnificent UNESCO world heritage ksar village of Ait Benhaddou, which is home to some of the Atlas region's most exotic and well-preserved Kasbahs, the most enigmatic of the red earth fortresses, and one of the most eye-catching filming locations used in Game of Thrones, Gladiator, and other films. Later, you will visit Telouet Kasbah, which was the 19th-century birthplace of the most prominent family in the high Atlas Mountains, the Glaoui family. It was constructed of stone and rudimentary cement and served as the residence of the influential Thami El Glaoui family.It occupies a strategic position in the upper Atlas at an altitude of 1,800 metres. Your journey will continue through the breathtakingly stunning landscapes of the high Atlas region, passing through ancient Berber mud villages and crossing the 2,260-meter-high Tizi n Tichka Pass. After traversing the pass and the Mountains, the journey's ultimate destination is the magnificent Ourika. (stay the night in Ourika)


You will spend an entire day touring Marrakech's top attractions. Inside the city's fortifications, one can experience the rich culture and history of this remarkable pink city.

Worth photographing is the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque, with its square minaret and glistening copper crowns. You will stroll leisurely through the congested alleys, passing by mosques, old-fashioned bakeries, historic inns, and wooden-carved fountains.

The next destination is the exquisite Ben Youssef Madrasa, one of the largest theological universities in northern Africa, designed in the Moorish style. In the opulent suites and verdant pleasure gardens of the Bahia Palace, you can relive your youth.

Once you reach Jamaa El Fana square, a traditional gathering place for musicians, storytellers, snake charmers, and performers with performing primates, you will return to your hotel or riad for dinner and an overnight stay on the second day.

The last day of your trip will begin after a leisurely morning, and it will end with you arriving back in Casablanca. For anyone who would want to spend more time in Marrakech, the departure time has been moved to the early afternoon. The hotel will provide dinner for its guests.

Following a morning meal at your riad, transportation will be provided to escort you to the airport, marking the conclusion of your service and facilitating your return journey home.

Customize Your 15 days in Morocco family holidays:

If you would like to customize your trip, let us know your preferences and we will work with you to create a tailor-made itinerary that meets your needs.

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