9 days tour from Marrakech

One of our greatest Morocco trips is a 9 days tour from Marrakech that visits the most beautiful sections of Morocco, including South, Mid, and North Morocco. Marrakesh, Atlas Mountains, Sahara desert camel trek, Fes guided tour, Blue city of Morocco Rabat, and Casablanca are among the cities included in this 9-day trip to Morocco.

9 days tour from Marrakech overview

The 9-day tour from Marrakech through Morocco is made for tourists who want to see the country’s interior. You will experience true Morocco throughout these 9 days and 8 nights. Leave for and return to Marrakech. This 9-day Morocco road trip takes you to the most important cities, like Marrakech, Casablanca, Fes, Rabat, and Meknes, which are all imperial cities. Each city has its own tale to tell and a specific charm that draws travelers from all over the globe to uncover its hidden secrets. I appreciate Chefchaouen’s blue pearl. When exploring the Sahara Desert, outdoor activities such as camel trekking, ATV quads, performing music with nomads, and spending the night in a Berber desert camp await you.
See real Morocco and the enticing attractions in southern and historical towns, as well as breathtaking cities. journey over the High Atlas Mountains, visiting Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah and walking around Ouarzazate. and the lovely valleys (Roses Valley and Dades Valley). To explore Morocco’s highlights, visit Todra Gorges and Valleys, Palm Groves, the Oasis, Erfoud, and numerous Berber towns. Go through the panoramic vistas of Ziz Valley, Tizi Ntalghamt Pass, Midelt, Azrou Cedar Forest, and Morocco’s “Ifrane.” See the medinas of Fez and Marrakech with a native guide. Our proposed 9-day Morocco itinerary will make your Morocco vacation simple and pleasant; customer happiness is our top goal.

Tour highlights

  • Pause at panoramic vistas to take in the views of valleys and Berber communities.
  • Journey across the High Atlas Mountains.
  • Visit the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.
  • Visit Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Visit the Dades and Todra Gorges, as well as the palm orchards and valleys.
  • See the sights of Rabat, Meknes, and Volubilis.
  • Enjoy a camel ride and sandboarding in the Merzouga dunes.
  • Experience a breathtaking sunset and dawn Camel ride.
  • Spend the night in a desert nomadic tent.
  • Enjoy Chefchaouen and its vibrant hues.
  • Discover the mysteries of Fez and Marrakech.
  • Capture unforgettable photographs with Nomads.

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 9 days tour from Marrakech

Day 1: Arrive in Marrakech and travel to your hotel or riad.

We start your 9 days on a private tour from Marrakech by transporting you to your accommodations. Afterward, we go sightseeing in Marrakech.
We will see sites and monuments such as Jamma el-Fna Square. The guided trip in Marrakech includes stops at the Kotubia mosque, souks, and palaces. We will tour the gardens of Menara as well as a new portion of the city named Gueliz. We stay at a hotel in Marrakech for the night, which includes supper and breakfast.

Day 2: day tour from Marrakech to Essaouira

Marrakech-Essaouira is a daylong trip via the Haouz plains. Pause for coffee in the Chichaoua hamlet halfway before continuing. Goats climb Argan trees as you approach Essaouira. Take photos before proceeding to Essaouira.
You’ll visit a local women’s cooperative to learn how Argan oil-based cosmetics are made.
Essaouira is next. After arriving, you may tour the gorgeous city. Self-exploring Essaouira is easy: The Medina is small and well-kept, and the residents are kind.
City tours are self-guided. As its streets lie opposite one other, the Medina is simple to traverse alone.
The harbor contains a fishing port and Portuguese fortifications. Medieval military guns overlook the Atlantic Ocean. See the Medina, which includes 18th-century fortifications. La Scala, the Medina’s principal feature, defended against foreign sea invasions. Bab Laalouj, one of Essaouira’s main gateways, leads to the Mellah (the historic Jewish district).
Art galleries, souvenir shops, and thuya wood craft shops line along. Drive to Kasbah, a military castle, after a delicious seafood meal.
If you prefer beaches, go along Mogador’s sandy beach and watch the locals play beach ball. If you’re courageous, why not play? Essaouirians are friendly! If not, observe waterspouts, amateur kitesurfing, or windsurfing while sunbathing.
After a full day in Essaouira, return to Marrakech and drop off at your hotel or riad.

Day 3: Marrakech » Ait Benhaddou » Ouarzazate » Dades Gorges

Today, we drive through the Tizi-n-Tichka pass in the High Atlas Mountains to get to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, which is the next stop on our 9-day tour from Marrakech. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Next, we proceed towards Rose Valley, which is recognized for the yearly “Festival of Roses”. We will stay at a local hotel once we get to Daleto Canyon.

Day 4: From Dades to Merzouga

After a traditional Moroccan breakfast, we will head to the Todra Gorges. Take a walk in the Dades Gorges and take pictures along the canyons about 300 m high, a famous place for mountaineers, before continuing along the road of 1000 kasbahs towards the city of Tinghir and the Todra Gorges.

The journey continues to the Sahara desert of Merzouga, where you will stop for lunch at a local restaurant before arriving in the afternoon at the dunes of Erg Chebbi. Drive approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes by camel to reach the heart of the desert and watch the sunset from the highest sand dunes.

After a delicious lunch accompanied by drum music and Berber dances, spend the night in a standard or luxury desert camp under a star-studded sky.

Day 5: Merzouga Desert tour

Getting up early in the morning is essential for seeing the stunning sunrise in the midst of the desert. Breakfast is available at that hour. Afterward, you return to Merzouga on camels, where your driver awaits. We spent the day exploring the Merzouga area. Other beautiful things in the area include sand dunes, natural lakes, mines, places with fossils, and a wonderful oasis. They are perfect locations for a wide range of outdoor sports.

In Merzouga, we start our trip by driving off-road to an old mine for eyeliner. Afterward, we pay the nomads a visit in their handwoven tent. While sipping a cup of Berber tea, learn about their way of life. Our next stop is the Khamlia village, where you will experience Gnaoua music and dance performances. Its residents come from sub-Saharan African nations such as Mali, Sudan, and Niger. Lunch break at a restaurant Following that, we go for a walk through a palm tree grove. Afterward, travel a few kilometers to visit Merzouga’s wild lake, also known as Flamingo Lake. Dinner and overnight in a hotel.

Day 6: Merzouga, Ziz Valley, Azrou Cedar Forest, and Barbary Apes Fes

Following breakfast, we begin our last day of the 9-day desert tour from Marrakech, heading north via the country’s largest palm plantation, Tafilalet.
The 20-kilometer route is lined with hundreds of palm trees. On the route to the Ziz Valley, the source of the water that nourishes this palm grove We will pause here and enjoy a magnificent view of the valley and the village of Aoufous from this high vantage point.
Scheduled with another stop at Midelt,  in the heart of the Atlas Mountains, where you’ll have free time for lunch and a short break. In the afternoon, we continue our journey into Azrou’s Cedar Forest, where we may see several Barbary monkeys along the route.

The city of Ifrane, located on the northern slope of the Middle Atlas at 1630 meters above sea level, will be our next stop. Its wide avenues, clean urban development, grassy areas, gardens, and architecture give this city the appearance of a Swiss town.
In Morocco, Ifrane feels out of place. That is why it is known as “Moroccan Switzerland,” and if that isn’t enough, it boasts an important ski resort (Michlifen). We arrive in Fes at 6 p.m. and transfer to your hotel.

Day 7: Fes guided tour Chefchaouen, Fes (The blue pearl)

You will be taken on a guided tour of Fes, where you will see the Fontaine Ennajarine, the Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss, and the Karawiyyin Mosque. This sightseeing trip will include visits to the tannery and the pottery cooperative to witness traditional Moroccan crafts. Following lunch, we travel from Fes to Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains. We visit the medina in Chefchaouen and stay at a local hotel with supper.

Day 8: Chefchaouen » Rabat » Casablanca

Later today, we’ll go to Rabat, Morocco’s capital, to see the city’s key sites and attractions. Afterward, we go to Casablanca, Morocco’s biggest city, where we will spend the night.
Casablanca: Kenzi Basma or equivalent.

Day 9: Casablanca » Marrakech 

Today, we are taking a tour of Casablanca’s most important sites and landmarks, such as the Hassan II Mosque. Afterward, we’ll travel to Marrakech, where our 9-day tour from Marrakech will conclude.

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