10 days tour from Tangier

Our 10 days tour from Tangier to Marrakech is the perfect opportunity to experience the amazing landscapes and breathtaking sights of Morocco. We cordially invite you to join us on an exciting journey to the heart of Morocco.

10 days tour from Tangier overview

10 days desert tour from Tangier. Throughout these ten days and nine nights, you will experience Morocco like never before. You will see beautiful sights in Morocco. The trip starts in Tangier. First, you will go to Cape Espartel and the Cave of Hercules. Later, you will cross the Rif Mountains and see the blue city of Chefchaouen and the Roman remains of Volubilis. Next, we do sightseeing in Fez and Meknes. Then we will go to Moroccan Switzerland, Ifrane, and the Cedar forest. In addition, you will ride camels and watch the spectacular sunset and sunrise in the Sahara desert of Merzouga. Discover the desert of Merzouga, as well as the Todra and Dades Gorges. Cross the Tizi-n-Tichka pass and the High Atlas Mountains. Excursions in Marrakech with Morocco Sahara Trips.

Tour highlights

  • Chefchaouen Sahara Desert Fez Merzouga Volubilis.
  • Sidi Chahed Lake.
  • Gladiator, The Mummy.
  • Kingdom of Heaven, Prince of Persia.
  • Chefchaouen, the blue city, is worth a visit.
  • The Dades Gorges.
  • Todra Gorges.
  • N’Tichka Tizi.
  • Ben Haddou, Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, Kasbah of Oudaya, Kasbah of Telouat.
  • From Marrakech to Tangier
  • Saadien Tombs, Thami El Glaoui.
  • Majourelle Gardens, Bahia Palace.
  • El-Fna Square.

Both includes and excludes


  • -Pick-up and drop-off service.
  • -English-speaking driver/guide.
  • -Accommodations.
  • -Overnight stay in a camp in Erg Chebbi with a private bathroom and shower.
  • -Mint tea at the camp.
  • -Sandboarding in the camp.
  • -Berber music in the camp.
  • -The possibility of asking the driver to stop when and where you want.
  • -Stops for panoramic views and free time for lunch.
  • -Private and comfortable 4×4 vehicle with fuel and air conditioning included.
  • -Breakfasts.
  • -Dinners.
  • -Camel for each in the desert.


  • Alcoholic & fresh drinks
  • personal expenses
  • Tips
  • Lunch meal
  • Entrance fees optional visits

The itinerary of the 10 days tour from Tangier


To begin, we will depart from Tangier in the morning for the magnificent city of Asilah. Second, we’ll go to the medina, which is made up of incredibly clean and quiet white homes with vibrant mural paintings.


To begin, we shall go in the direction of Tetouan. Second, we go to the ancient city, also known as the medina. Nonetheless, the city has been designated a Unesco World Heritage Site, and significant restoration work has been conducted, with the Junta de Andalucia participating, given the Andalusian origins of most of the ancient town.

Afterward, we’ll go to Chaouen, the blue city.

The whole Medina of the city, the ancient portion, is attractive in and of itself: its tiny cobblestone lanes filled with little artisan stores, its blue and white buildings, and its snug and friendly residents with perpetual grins.

Losing yourself in its streets without a plan is a terrific way to spend the day, as we will discover a thousand unexpected spots. Riad accommodation with breakfast.


Following breakfast, we will travel to Volubilis, where we will see the archaeological remnants of the Roman city, which are arguably the best-preserved Roman site in this part of North Africa. In 1997, it was included in the list of Unesco World Historic Sites. After that, we will go to the holy city of Fez via Meknes. It is one of four imperial cities of Morocco, along with Marrakech, Meknes, and Rabat.

Fez is considered the country’s religious and cultural hub. The Medina of Fez el-Bali (Old Fez) is one of the biggest medieval sites in the world today, and the surrounding gates and walls add to its splendor. Riad accommodation with breakfast.


Now, it has been turned into a different existence, and I wonder about the fez medina, with its souks and alleyways that have not altered since the Middle Ages. The investigation of Fez’s medina, the tanners’ area, the Bab Boujloud blue door, and the enormous Bou Inania Medersa, with its cedarwood, stucco, and onyx marble statues and décor.

Appreciate the Tijani zaouia and souk instrument manufacturers before coming to the marina, where Moulay Idriss chose to create the city.

The Nejjarine Plaza Museum and the cabinetmakers of the souk. The spectacular foundouk is carved in the plaza of the Museum of Wooden Arts and Crafts.

The kissaria, which sells gems and beautiful textiles, Es-Seffarine Plaza, Plaza d’Ascia, the tanners’, and the ancient Palace, which has an Arabo-Andalusian style.

The Morocco Palace is home to architectural masterpieces of exceptional grandeur. After expending many calories while departing through the walls of a trip to see the palace gat courter Jews and the Borj, and then to the pottery area.


Initially, we’ll go to Midelt via the Middle Atlas highlands and cedar trees. Second, we will drive via Ifrane, a lovely ski resort, and Azrou, a significant craft center specializing in cedar woodworking.

We’ll stop for lunch in Midelt after crossing the Zad pass (2.178m). In the afternoon, we will descend through the palm-fringed Ziz Valley towards Erfoud and Errachidia. We’ll continue to the Erg Chebbi dunes. Dinner and sleeping at the motel.


Today, we’ll take a tour of Erg Chebbi, visit a home, and listen to some Gnaoua music, which originated in Ghana and Sudan. Second, we’ll see some abandoned mines, nomadic Berbers, and a palm-tree oasis. We returned to Merzouga at midday.

We discover the camels that are ready to take us on an adventure in the dunes after lunch and some free time to recuperate.

Furthermore, in the heart of the Desert, we will spend the night in a tent with drum music; this is an excellent chance to photograph the sunset and dawn.

When we get to camp, we’ll go up a high dune to watch the sunset. We’ll spend the night in a hotel with thousands of stars, a Berber tent with sparkling lights (the sky full of stars).


We’ll return to the hotel on camels in the morning for breakfast and a shower. Afterward, we’ll go to Rissani, the first imperial city with an unusual market where nomads from the surrounding region gather to sell their cattle and purchase necessities.

Following that, we’ll be able to try whether you like the wonderful Berber pizza before continuing to Ouarzazate through the Draa Valley, one of Morocco’s longest rivers.

Pause to see the picturesque adobe kasbahs and Berber settlements that dot the path, as well as the Draa Valley’s unique geological formations. A riad dinner.


Breakfast and a visit to the famed Ait Ben Haddou today. Yet, the journey is a series of high spots, and today’s voyage is one of them. The 200 miles that separate Ouarzazate from Marrakech travel through the High Atlas. The route must be taken carefully because of its beauty and because it traverses the Atlas at 2,260 meters. To cap off a magnificent day, we’ll take the ancient caravan route. Proceed to Marrakech, pausing to capture the panoramic vistas of the High Atlas Mountains. Accommodation at a hotel or riad.


Today, we will enjoy one of the 4 imperial cities of Morocco through an official local guide, who can explain everything about the city.

One of the most prominent portions, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the iconic Jemaa el Fna Plaza.

It has hundreds of outdoor activities such as jugglers, music, fakirs, snake charmers, and so on. The square will stimulate all of your senses with its variety of noises, scents, tastes, and colors. In Marrakech, you may stay for breakfast. Dinner is not provided.


Today, depending on your airport departure, we may pick from the following excursions.

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