Morocco 10 days tour itinerary from Casablanca
Day 1: From Casablanca to Rabat
The first day of our Morocco 10 days itinerary tour from Casablanca offers a visit to Casablanca. Therefore, we pick you up from your accommodation or airport and visit the Hassan II Mosque. You will also visit the Medina according to your arrival. From there, we drive to Rabat. It is the capital city of Morocco. There will be a visit to essential tourist attractions like Hassan Tower and Oudaya Kasbah. Overnight is in Rabat.
Day 2: From Rabat to Fes via Meknes
After breakfast at the Riad, we drive to Meknes. The city is one of the imperial cities in Morocco. It is also the capital city of Moulay Ismail. There, we stop to visit historical spots that Meknes is famous for. The visit includes the 18the century Gate of Mansour and Qara prison. Also, you visit the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and the old Medina. In al Hedim palace, you enjoy street performers. After exploring all spots in Meknes, you visit Volubilis. It is an old Roman site where to discover Roman ruins. We then drive to Fes to spend the night there.
Day 3: Fes City Tour
The third day of our Morocco 10 days itinerary tour from Casablanca start with a guided tour around the Medina. The Medina of Fes is one of the oldest Medinas in Morocco. It is the forum for the oldest university in the world and rich history. With our local guide, you explore the Medina of Fes. You will visit the Blue Gate and Chouara Tannery. Besides, you visit the Nejjarine Museum and The Royal Palace. It is one of the 12th palaces in Morocco. No one can enter it, but you can enjoy its huge walls and doors. Your visit to the Medina will not finish until you visit all the main sites. You spend another night at the same Riad.
Day 4: From Fes to Merzouga via Ifrane, Cedar Forest and Ziz Valley
We start this day by driving through the Middle Atlas Mountains. We will have visits to some important towns and spots. Firstly, you visit the Swiss style and architecture in Ifrane town. Then, you enjoy Cedar Forest and its wild apes. Secondly, we stip in Midelt for lunch and enjoy the panoramic view of Ziz Valley. Next, we drive to Erfoud. It is the capital city of date fruits. Finally, we arrive at your accommodation in the Merzouga desert. You enjoy your night there.
Day 5: Merzouga Excursions
Today, we drive you to explore the desert spot. Thus, after breakfast, we drive to Khamlia Village. You will meet Blak skin people who came from Mali with their unique music. There will entertain you with their Gnaoua music. Later on, we drive off-road to mines of Mifis and meet nomad families. Secondly, we take you to visit Flamingo’s lake and drive back to your accommodation. You will rest and get ready for the coming experience. So, you ride camels through the dunes towards the camp, where to spend a night under the stars.
Day 6: From Merzouga to Dades Valley via Todra Gorges
We leave the Merzouga desert after return by camels. You will have a hot shower and breakfast at the camp and meet to carry on our tour. Firstly, we make a stop in an old market in Rissani and in Fossil Museum. Moreover, you visit an old irrigation system channel and drive to Touroug village. Thereafter, you explore the high rocks of Todra Gorges and visit the Rock Formation. Finally, you enjoy the snaky road on our way to Dades Valley for a night.
Day 7: From Dades Valley to Marrakech via Ouarzazate and Ait BenHaddaou
Today, we will travel via the High Atlas Mountains. Once you have breakfast, we keep our drive to Rose Valley. A visit to the rose cooperative to learn how locals make rose products (optional). In addition, we visit Skoura village and Atlas Studios in Ouarzazate. Secondly, we head to the old kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. It kasbah was once a commercial station between Marrakech and the Sahara. Here, you have enough time to admire the kasbah and take wonderful pictures. Finally, we drive to Marrakech via the curvy road of Tizi-N-Tichka and end our day in Marrakech. Overnight is in Marrakech.
Day 8: Marrakech City Tour
Today our Morocco 10 days itinerary tour from Casablanca includes a guided tour in Marrakech. The tour starts with our local guide after breakfast at the Raid. All tourist attractions are included in the tour before you finish it. Here some spots you will visit, for example, Garden Majorelle, the Palace Bahia, and Al Koutoubia Mosque. Also, you visit Menara Garden and Saadian tombs that date back to the reign of Ahmad al Mansur. After that, you move to the square of Jemaa El Fna where a lot of people gather there to enjoy local activists and food. Finally, you have another night In Marrakech.
Day 9: Day Trip to Essaouira
We offer a day trip to Essaouira in this 10 days tour from Casablanca. Thus, you have breakfast and drive to Essaouira. The city is also named Mogador and Windy City. It attracts surfers all over the world. You will walk by its seaside and experience camel riding or quad riding. Moreover, you walk through the old Medina and enjoy its art and crafts. Finally, we drive back to Marrakech and make a stop in Argan cooperative. Another night is in Marrakech.
Day 10: From Marrakech to Casablanca
The last day of our trip will be in Casablanca. We leave Marrakech after breakfast. We will drive you to Casablanca and drop you off at the airport. Our Morocco 10 days itinerary tour from Casablanca ends here.
The Moroccan ‘Alawid sultan Mohammed bin Abdallah laid the groundwork for Essaouira in 1760, entrusting it to several renowned architects, particularly Théodore Cornut and Ahmed al-Inglizi, who designed the city using French captives from the failed French expedition to Larache in 1765, and with the mission of building a city adapted to the needs of foreign merchants. It grew and underwent a golden age and remarkable development when it was created, becoming not only the country’s most significant commercial port but also its diplomatic capital between the end of the 18th century and the first part of the 19th century. Essaouira
Meknes is strategically placed in the middle of Morocco. The magnificent cedar forests and mountains of the Middle Atlas mountains, with the cities Ifrane and Azrou, are to its south and south-east, and the rich oases of Tafilalt are to its south. Morocco’s two main cities, Casablanca and Rabat, are located to the west. Morocco’s hilly north, including the cities of Tangier and Tétouan, is to the north. Oujda and Fes are located east of Meknes.