15 days from Casablanca to Marrakech

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Morocco has been the most visited nation in North Africa in recent years, and it is one of the safest countries in the world, with over 10 million tourists in the past few years. Generally seen as a secure destination and the terrorist attacks are thankfully rare in Morocco compared to France, Belgium, and the UK. As a traveler, you are unlikely to be assaulted or seriously hurt because there is a low level of crime, and the Moroccan government has raised infrastructure investment and security measures to attract more visitors and provide more security

There is really no time of year when you wouldn’t enjoy your trip to Morocco; although you should keep in mind that it tends to get a little too crowded with tourists during the winter holidays season. Then it’s up to you to decide what season suits you the best to come to visit, according to your schedule and preferences. The weather in Morocco is more on the mild side during Spring and Autumn (from March to May and from September to November respectively).

For these reasons, the temperatures could be ranging anywhere from 11° to 32°C. Winter usually lasts from December to February, with a relatively low-temperature range (7° to 21°C). You should also expect to see snowfall in Morocco’s mountainous regions. As for Summer (from June to August), temperatures can land anywhere between 19°C and 40°C in the middle of the day.

Yes! The tours our company offers are all completely private. This will allow experience Morocco the way YOU want to. In addition to that, you will of course be always welcome to request stops along the way during the tours, in order to take memorable photographs (or whatever other reason you want!).

In case you are interested in booking a group desert tour, please go ahead and contact us so as to make a suitable group tour for you.

If you can’t find the exact tour you are looking for withing our tours page, you may check the website’s map or contact us, and we will create a customized Moroccan tour.

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15 days from Casablanca to Marrakech

This 15 days from Casablanca to Marrakech assures you won’t miss any of the important places, including the Imperial Cities of Marrakech, Fes, Rabat, and Meknes. It combines the best of culture and beach enjoyment. Ancient ruins can be found in the Saharan sands. Additionally, a few days of leisure and relaxation at Essaouira on the Atlantic Coast.

 Our teamwork will drive you to the hotel after a warm welcome at the airport.

Our destination will be the current capital of Morocco after leaving Casablanca. In Rabat, you will visit Ouadaya Kasbah. Amorabits built it in the 12th century, and served as a military base, to defend their lands from Spain.

Next, we will have a visit to the Mausoleum Mohamed V. It is composed of the Moroccan king, Mohammed V,  tombs, and his two sons ( The previous king Hassan II and Prince Abdallah). Before we leave Rabat toward Fez, we will visit Hassan Tower. It is a 12th-century still-standing monument. The intention was to build the largest mosque in the world but, it was left as an incomplete mosque when the founder of Hassan tower, Yaakoub Al Mansour, died in 1199. In Fez, you will spend the overnight at the hotel/riad.

In the early morning,  it is a great experience to enjoy the breathtaking sunrise over the dunes. On the third day of the trip continued to go back to have breakfast and take a shower at the hotel in Merzouga. Ouarzazate will be the destination traveling through the Berber villages, Atlas Mountains, Tineghir, Todra Gorges, and Boulmane Dades. The overnight will be spent in Ouarzazate.

On the fourth day of the tour, we make our way toward Meknes leaving Fez. On our journey, we will visit Volubilis. It is the most prominent of the Roman Empire In Morocco. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. The trip continues to our destination. Meknes was the capital of Morocco under the rule of Moulay Ismail in the 17th century.

At Bab Mansour (the biggest door in Africa), we will stop the observe this giant building and take some pictures. It is the entrance to Meknes Medina. The iconic Bab Mansour was built by King Al Mansour Adahbi in 1732. Its marble columns and geometric ornamentation give it a unique decoration.

After leaving Meknes, a long journey on the road will be waiting for us. On our way, you will enjoy the brilliant Berber villages and the wonderful range of Atlas Mountains landscapes. Ifrane is a city we will travel through.

It is known for its special clean and green environment ( nicknamed Switzerland of Morocco). In winter it is the direction of many Moroccan people to enjoy the snow. It is where the international university Al Akhaouine was by the previous king, Hassan II, in 1997. We will stop at Midelt to have lunch at a local restaurant. Continuing the journey, you will travel along the High Atlas Mountains crossing the fascinating of views of Jbel Ayachi which is 3747m in elevation.

The tour proceeds to the Pre-Saharan area traveling through Errachidia and Erfoud (where the amazing work-shops industry of fossils are located). You spend the night at the hotel after you arrive at Merzouga.

Today’s program will be driving over the dunes of the Sahara desert of Erg Chebbi (the largest desert in Morocco). Exploring Erg Chebbi we will share a mint tea with a nomadic family in their tent and observe an interesting lifestyle. Next, we will visit Khamilia village where you’ll have lunch. After a short break, you will ride camelback heading to camp in the middle of the Sahara desert where you will enjoy the mysterious sunset over the dunes. In a tent, you will spend the night gazing at the endless fascinating stars in the sky.

After waking up early and enjoying the fabulous sunrise over the dunes, we will go to explore Rissani, where the largest Souks (traditional markets) in Morocco, and the Mausoleum of the Alaouite Dynasty’s founder. Rissani was a town where trading caravans came from different African countries to trade. The next place to visit is Todra Gorges (a series of limestone river canyons). Visitors enjoy hiking in Todgha where there are peaks over 4000m high like Jbel Mgoun ( 4068 m ). They’re the highest and narrowest gorges in Morocco. The overnight will be spent at a hotel.

On the day number of the trip, you will leave Todra Gorges toward Dades Valley. On your way, you will travel through the Road of Thousand Kasbahs. The Dades Gorges (a series of rugged wadi gorges carved out by the Dades River) is the next place we will visit. On your journey to Ouarzazate, you will travel along Klaat M’Gouna. It is also called the Valley of Roses. Here, from the beautiful roses, they produce rose water, perfume, soaps, and different cosmetics products. The Festival Harvest of Roses is held every year in May in this area.

Finally, we arrive at Ouarzazate where you’ll be able to visit many prominent kasbahs such as Touarirt Kasbah which was built in the 17th century.

Ouarzazate is considered the Hollywood of Africa it has served as a location to make many movies such as Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, and The Kingdom of Heaven. Here, you visit the International Cinema Studios.

At the hotel, you will spend the overnight.

The destination will be the Kasbah of  Ait Ben Haddou, which was built in the 11th century by El Glaoui Thami, after leaving the hotel. This magical sandcastle lies over the Ounila River. The vast majority of the town’s occupants currently live in the village on the opposite side of the river. Around five families are as yet living inside this Kasbah. After exploring this area, we will head to Touradant where we will spend the overnight at a hotel.

After leaving Taroudant, we will drive toward Agadir. A very modern city. It is regarded as the capital of Berb City. It lies along the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. It has the most significant fishing and business port in Morocco, it is the main sardine port on the planet that exports cobalt, manganese, zinc, and citrus. Additionally, it is an ocean-side hotel with long sandy shorelines. Next, we will drive nearly 200km along the ocean heading to Essaouira. This city has known many civilizations such as the Portuguese who named it Mogado which means “The Wall”.

Today is a free day to visit places of your choice. You may love to try, for example, surfing and windsurfing. Essaouira is a top choice for surfers because of continuous wind over the year. You may also want to experience riding camels along the beautiful beaches or quad biking. You will also be able to have seafood for lunch at a local restaurant beside the ocean.

Shopping may be a choice of yours. Essaouira is famous for organizing the Gnawa Music Festival in June of every year. It is an opportunity for Gnawa musicians coming from different countries to sing and dialogue. Jazz and Reggae have also included music in the festival.

Spending the day chilling at the hotel may be an option of yours, too.

Today’s plan will be to travel to Marrakech after driving for 1 hour and 1/2. On your way, you will enjoy the giant Argan trees on the sides of the road. Argan’s oil is produced and exported to international companies that use it to make cosmetic products. Additionally, it is used for cooking couscous and preparing salads.  women’s cooperatives are the first who extract this oil going through an interesting process.

At the hotel in Marrakech, you will spend the overnight.

In Marrakech, you will be accompanied by a local guide to explore the city which is also called The Red City. It is one of the prominent imperial cities in Morocco.  Like the ancient urban communities, Marrakech contains both an old strengthened city, the Medina, and an advanced city called Gueliz, built during the French occupation.

In Marrakech, you will enjoy the large Souks and the famous square of Jamaa El Fnaa. In this large dynamic square, you will observe storytellers, water-sellers, snake charmers, and Gnawa musicians. The square never sleeps. In fact, the square transforms into an immense outdoor eatery during the night.

You will visit interesting places and Monuments in Marrakech such as Koutoubia Mosque which was built in the 12th century. Through the narrow allies, you will stroll discovering the city, and walk by “Seven Saints”. It’s been said that these seven holy people were the seven men who shone in their epoch as lights of direction due to the favors that Allah (God) gave them. The Sultan has ordered to holding of a seasonal Festival of The Seven Men/Saints.

Back to the hotel where you will stay the night.

After having breakfast, you will continue to explore Marrakech more on the 14th day of the tour. You may go shopping on your own and get familiar with Marrakech’s allies. At the hotel, you will enjoy your last night with special and traditional Moroccan facilities.

At Mohamed’s V International Airport, the tour comes to an end after we drive from Marrakech to Casablanca.

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