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Have you ever dreamed of a 10 days tour from Casablanca to explore the wonders of Morocco? It’s an opportunity to venture into the Sahara desert, explore breathtaking mountain ranges, and discover ancient cities and vibrant culture. Whether you’
Morocco travel plans Designed to experience the royal Fes towns of Fes and Marrakech, the 10 days itinerary tour from Casablanca. The journey begins in Casablanca and stops at the Hassan II Mosque before moving on to the ancient Fes Medina. It also extends into the Merzouga desert, where you may do camel trekking, beside the Middle Atlas and Ziz Valley. The route then continues across the High Atlas Mountains to the royal city of Marrakech before coming to a finish in Casablanca.
Our Morocco itinerary 10 Days tour from Casablanca will take you to the Hassan II Mosque when we pick you up. It is the seventh-biggest mosque in the world and the largest mosque in Morocco. You will get the opportunity to explore the mosque and admire its architectural features before we proceed to Rabat city. The capital of Morocco is Rabat, which is also one of the medieval imperial cities.
As a result, you will get the chance to tour places like the Hassan Tower Mosque, the Kasbah of Oudaya, and Mohamed V’s Mausoleum. We’ll also go to the imperial city of Fes, where you may see its historic landmarks. You’ll spend the night at a local hotel or riad.
One of Morocco’s oldest and most traditional towns is Fes. With the help of our local guide, you may discover its many antique monuments and handmade goods. You will thus visit Al-Qarawiyyin University, the earliest university ever founded, as well as other Qur’anic institutions. The tour guide will also take you through tanneries, the cooperative for tile work, the King Palace, and the blue gate. Also, you will go to the north tower, from where you can see the whole city. Before you return to the Raid, our local guide will make sure to stop by all the necessary locations.
From Fes to Merzouga, our 10 days tour from Casablanca. But, we will first see the most fascinating locations in the Atlas Mountains before traveling to the Merzouga desert. Initially, we’ll make a stop at Ifrane to see the town’s architecture and climate. In the Cedar Forest, we will also enjoy the gorillas and take special photos with them. Also, it is more delightful to go toward Midelt through the verdant fields.
Second, we’ll pause for lunch at a classic eatery in Midelt, the city of apples. Other agricultural goods available in the city include walnuts, apricots, plums, and pomegranates. Moreover, the route will follow the Ziz Valley. You’ll see several groves of palm trees and mud-brick home designs here. Also, you may pause for a panoramic look of these landscapes.
We eventually go on to the Merzouga desert. We’ll pass via Erfoud City, the city of the fossils. We will be greeted with a mint tea at your lodging once we arrive in the desert, where you will spend the night.
In the desert of Merzouga, it is a noteworthy day. Before you begin your camel trekking adventure, you will find several intriguing places. Initially, we’ll take you to Khamilia, a Mali-born town where people with dark complexion still reside. As a result, you will learn about their way of life and listen to their distinctive gnaoua music. The next experience involves driving off-road in direction of the Mifis mine. In addition to seeing the Berber artwork, you will also get a panoramic view of the whole desert from this location.
Second, one of the most intriguing expeditions is to visit Berber nomads.
In their traditional tent, you’ll get a glimpse into their way of life and get to know them better. In addition, we take them to a Berber hamlet where they may eat pizza in a traditional setting. Following that, we return to your lodging and arrange a camelback excursion.
The Merzouga desert camel trekking excursion is the finest way to experience it.
For the breathtaking sunset, your camel guide will halt in the midst of the desert. Also, you will get to try sandboarding. Locals will provide you with entertainment after supper by playing drums in front of a fire beneath a starry sky.
Several discoveries are expected today on our Morocco travels. We will go to Rissani to investigate its historic market and way of life. Afterwards, we make a halt at the irrigation system after traveling through a palm grove. Also, we change to Touroug, where people wear traditional Berber cooperative clothing. Afterwards, we go to Todra Gorges, a popular destination for rock climbers. Moreover, we will stop at the rock formation known as the monkey fingers location on the way. Eventually, we make our way to the highlands where you will spend the night and check into a small riad.
We’ll take you to Ouarzazate after you have breakfast at a neighborhood Raid. You will stop at Rose Valley en route to see the many kasbahs that line the road on each side and browse the rose-related items. In addition, we go to see Skoura before moving on to Ourzazate. Gladiator and Game of Throne were among the numerous films shot at the nation’s capital theater. After seeing the movie studio, you’ll go to Aite Ben Haddou Kasbah. It is one of the Unesco World Heritage Sites that provides a look into adobe architecture.
The High Atlas Mountains will be our route when we depart from this kasbah after your meal. We’ll stop along the way to take in the scenery as we drive over the Tizi’NTichka mountain pass. You will also go to the Argan oil cooperative to learn about the production of cosmetics using this oil.
Afterwards, we will take a car to Marrakech, an imperial city. You will tour the city’s significant historical sites the next day. You’ll spend the night in a nearby raid.
One of the busiest cities is Marrakech. Visitors must experience its depth in order to visit. As a result, our local guide will meet you at your lodging to begin your city tour. The tour guide will make sure to take you to the most significant historical locations, including the Bahia Palace, the Majorelle Gardens, the Koutoubia Tower, and the Saadian Tombs. Moreover, the Media is home to hundreds of handicrafts. Moreover, you will have free time to explore the plaza on your own.
One of Morocco’s lovely cities is Essaouira. When we go through the Argan forest, goats may be seen climbing the trees. Afterwards, you’ll experience Essaouira’s seaside breeze. You will also like the scenery while surfing. Yet, you will stroll around the ancient Medina and admire its architectural structures while admiring the coastline, Castle, and Scala port. The town also serves you fresh seafood that you may eat for lunch while taking in the sea breeze. We will transport you back to Marrakech in the late afternoon and drop you off at your lodging.
You can find the tallest waterfalls in Africa today. We will journey across the High Atlas Mountains to the Ouzoud Waterfalls while taking in the scenery of olive groves. You will be able to unwind and observe the lovely surroundings. You may also take use of your spare time to watch people and gorillas while picnicking. We’ll go back to Marrakech later on for another night.
You will have breakfast before we go for Casablanca. After our service is over, we will drop you off either at your place of lodging or the airport.
We pick you up from the airport or your Casablanca lodging to begin the 10 days tour from Casablanca schedule. The city is regarded as Morocco’s biggest and most important commercial hub. The greatest mosque in Morocco, the Hassan II mosque, will be our first stop. It is situated on a peninsula overlooking the Atlantic Ocean on the city’s west shore. Lunchtime free time. Later we go on a city tour and see the magnificent Casablanca Cornish. Spend the night at a hotel.
We go to Rabat the coastal route after breakfast. The present capital of Morocco, the city is one of the imperial cities of that country. You will stop at the Hassan Tower, Mohammed V’s Mausoleum, and then the Kasbah of Oudaya. Lunchtime free time. As we approach the Blue City of Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains, we then go via Ouazzane to the north. The city is renowned for its white-and-blue-painted houses and alleys. Spend the night at a hotel.
Be free to explore the picturesque streets of Chefchaouen’s blue city after breakfast. Afterwards we take a trip to see the Volubilis Roman ruins. Given that UNESCO has designated it a World Heritage Site, it has been properly kept. It also contains historic pillars and archways as well as other lovely mosaics that are dispersed throughout. We travel 30 kilometres to explore the city of Meknes after wandering among the ruins. The city is regarded as the capital of the Ismailis and one of Morocco’s imperial cities. Bab Al-Mansour, the Sahrij Souani basin, the Royal stable, the granary, and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum are among places we stop by during our tour. Next, we go to Fes. Spend the night at a riad.
With a local guide, we will explore the city’s highlights after breakfast. In addition to being the Moroccan country’s cultural and religious hub, Fes is regarded as one of the imperial cities.
We begin the day by going to the Royal Palace gate. Then there is the UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site of the well-preserved medieval Medina. You will go to the Blue Gate, also known as Bab Boujloud, which is the ancient Medina’s entrance. You will enter the Medina to see the Tanneries, the Najjarine Fountain, and the Medrasa Bouanania. The oldest institution in the world, the Quaraouin mosque and university, is the last stop. Following that, we go from the Medina and travel to “the Mellah,” the Jewish neighborhood. We go to a historic stronghold in the afternoon for a panoramic view of Fes’ Medina. Return at last to your Riad.
We had a hearty breakfast before traveling via Imouzzer to Ifrane. The city is well-known for its frigid temperatures, snowfall, and homes built in an Alpine style. It makes sense why it is referred to be Morocco’s Switzerland. The group next moves on to the cedar forest, which is home to the Barbary macaques. While exploring the forest, feel free to give them food. We next go on to Midelt, where we will eat lunch on our own. Afterwards, across the Tizi-n-Tilghmt pass and the Ziz valley, we go to Merzouga. Throughout the route, stops will be made for panoramic vistas.
We arrive at Merzouga, a desert in the Sahara, in the late afternoon. After that, you go over the dusty desert on camels. You’ll pause to take in the sunset atop a tall dune. You eventually make it to the desert camp. The camp is a hybrid of a nomad’s traditional tent and the opulence of a hotel. where you may dance around the campfire to the sounds of Berber drums beneath a starry, open sky. Dinner and a night spent camping.
In order to see the stunning sunrise in the midst of the desert, you must get up early in the morning. Availability for breakfast. After that, you ride camels back to Merzouga, where the driver is waiting. We devote the sixth day of your 10 days tour from Casablanca to exploring the Merzouga area. There are so many amazing places in the region, including sand dunes, a wild lake, mines, fossil locations, and magnificent oasis. which are perfect locations for a wide range of outdoor activities.
At Merzouga, we begin our tour by driving off-road to a former eyeliner mine. Afterwards, while inside their custom-made woven tent, we pay the nomads a visit. By sipping a cup of Berber tea, discover their way of life. Our next stop is the town of Khamlia, where you may take in performances of Gnaoua dance and music. The majority of its residents are from sub-Saharan nations including Mali, Sudan, and Niger. Lunch on your own at a restaurant. We then go through a grove of palm palms. Then go a little distance to witness Merzouga’s wild lake, also known as Flamingo Lake. the meal and the night at an inn.
Following breakfast, we go towards Rissani town, the former seat of Tafilalet, before returning to the desert. A sizable souk in Rissani, which is still a significant commercial hub in the area, is active on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
A trip through the Rissani Souk is followed by a visit to one of the petrified marble factories in Erfoud. To get to the Todra Gorges, we next travel via the palm plantations of Touroug and Tinjdad. A large canyon has been created out through the mountains by the Todra River. Rock climbers will love these gorges as a location to practice. You are welcome to explore the gorges and take in the scenery. Lunch on your own at a restaurant. Later, after passing through Boumalne Dades, we proceed to the Dades valley. Stops at the “monkey fingers” rock formation are unavoidable. And from a vantage point on a mountain that looks down over the Dades valley. Eventually, supper and a motel stay.
We go on to Kalaa Magouna to see the Rose Valley after breakfast. In May, a Rose Festival is celebrated. where the villagers sell their rose-related goods. Then, as we continue driving, we pass Skoura’s palm groves. We eventually arrive at Ouarzazate, widely known as the entrance to the desert. We’ll go to the filming locations for well-known movies.
We go out to the well-known Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. a town with defenses designated by UNESCO as a World Historic Site. The Kasbah has also been featured in a number of films, such as Gladiator, Alexander, The Mummy, etc. and television shows like Game of Thrones. Afterwards, we make our way to Marrakesh. driving across the High Atlas Mountains and the Tizi-N-Tichka pass. There will be breaks for lunch and photo opportunities at noteworthy locations. Spend the night at a riad in Marrakech.
We will see the highlights of Marrakesh with a local guide after a hearty breakfast. The town is regarded as one of Morocco’s four imperial cities. The Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, and Ben Youssef Quranic mosque are all included in the tour. Take a tour around Morocco’s biggest traditional souk. Lunchtime free time close to Jemaa El-Fna plaza. Afterwards, you visit the Majorelle garden and the Koutoubia mosque, which is Marrakesh’s biggest mosque. transportation to your lodging, and thereafter. You are welcome to explore Jemaa El-Fna on your own.
We will take a brief tour of the vibrant red city of Marrakesh on the last day of the trip. Later, as we travel north to the airport in Casablanca, we’ll pause for panoramic vistas. Then, be transferred to the airport. The 10 days tour from Casablanca is over.
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