16 days Morocco Tour from Casablanca


16 days

Max People


Suitable for

All ages



Tour Plan


Book with us this complete 16 days Tour from Casablanca and travel with confidence. The itinerary will bring together many places and cultural aspects of Morocco.

You will experience the warmth of Moroccan people and different attractions with changing colors from North to Southern Morocco. This Moroccan itinerary mixes different areas of Morocco from the urban Northern Morocco to the mysterious Sahara Desert and the vibrant Markets of Fes & Marrakech.

Walk in the impressive Todgha gorges at the high Atlas Mountains, take a camel trek in Merzouga desert, visit less frequented places and learn about the fortified villages.

You won’t miss the allures of Essaouira that will leave you with great memories of Morocco. Welcome!

Tour Highlights

  • Visit main big cities of Morocco: Economical and political capitals, respectively Casablanca and Rabat.
  • Feel the magic of camel trekking through the breathtaking Sahara Dunes in Merzouga, immersing yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty of the desert.
  • Tour the North of Morocco and experience Tangier and Chefchaouen.
  • Stay in the desert and enjoy camping and the beautiful sand dunes of Sahara.
  • walk in Todgha gorges and visit Kasbah and villages and meet hospitable villagers.
  • Get lost in the medina of Marrakech, and enjoy its charms, colors, scents, alleys, souks and finest arts.
  • Refine your Morocco itinerary with a visit to Essaouira and learn its history and see its Unesco medina.


  • Transport en 4×4 or minivan + Fuel.
  • Driver / Guide.
  • Accommodation during the tour.
  • Dinners and Breakfast.
  • Desert Camel trekking and night in the Sahara camp.
  • Lunches during the tour.
  • Drinks

Tour Plan

Day 01 Casablanca airport – hotel in Casablanca

Meet our guide at Casablanca airport and transfer to the hotel. Welcome to the economical capital of Morocco. Hotel check in. Free and easy rest of the day at your own.

Day 02 Casablanca – Rabat

Breakfast at the hotel. City tour of Casablanca: Vist Hassan 2 Mosque, Corniche Ain Diab, Habous Qaurter, and Mohamed V squares, and have a coffee at the legendary Ricks café. Transfer to Rabat.

After lunch, start the visit of Rabat. The latter is the administrative capital of Morocco: it’s modern, spacious with nice gardens. The visit of Rabat includes the Hassan Tower, The façades of the royal palace, the Oudaya Kasbah, the Hassan administrative quarter.

After Rabat guided visit, check into the hotel. Free and easy time to wander in the medina of Rabat and the New quarter.

Day 03 Rabat – Tangier

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Tangier: the cradle of many civilization and American diplomat.

Along the Atlantic ocean, visit the legendary hercule cave and take a look to both the mediterranean sea and the Atlantic coast from Cap Spartel.

Transfer to the medina of Tangier. Wander in its medina and visit its places ranging from synapogues, museums, mosques, churches, grand Socco, plazas, cafés, Kasbah. Hotel check in. Free and easy

Day 04 Tangier – Chefchaouen

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be transfered to Chefchaouen. Enjoy the drive accross the Rif Mountains with lush and deep valleys, resulting in of the best countryside views in Morocco.

Take a free evening to see the beautiful blue walled houses and take a wander in the medina. Enjoy seeing locals in the Souk selling things brought from the countryside.

See Chefchaouen attractions from main Utta Hamam Sqaure, walk to Ras el Ma springs, visit the Kasbah, and wander in its medina.

Free dinner and overnight stay at a Riad in the medina

Day 05 Chefchaouen–Volubilis–Meknes-Fes

Breakfast at the hotel, you’ll depart to Meknes. On the way, visit of the archeological site of Volubilis. Transfer to Meknes. The latter is another Moroccan imperial city like Rabat. It consists of two towns; the old section called the medina and the new section or the French town. The city was the capital of the Sultan Moulay Ismail during the 17 century. The high walls are obviously seen and are taken as defensive walls against the invader’s attack.

Guided visit of Meknes includes Moulay Ismail mausoleum, the basin Swani, the Jewish cemetery and the old stores for cultivated cereals in the nearby lands. Transfer to Fes, and check into the hotel.

Day 06 Fes Guided City Tour

Fez or Fes is the first Moroccan imperial city. It holds a wealth of attractions and described as the spiritual center of Morocco. The Karaouiyin University of Fez is considered among the oldest in the world. Hiring a local guide in Fez is essential to have a complete visit. You start the journey with a visit of royal palace main gate, and then ceramics and poetry looking at hand made artefacts. You move with your guide to explore the Tanneries and the vibrant alleys of the old quarter. You will admire the bustling streets of the Medina where merchants open their shops. According to timing see some of old Koranic schools called Madrasa…After an active journey we take you back to your hotel.

Day 07 Fes–Ifrane–Cedar Forest–Midelt–Ziz Valley–Merzouga

After breakfast, You will be departing to Merzouga. This is the longest stage of the itinerary, but with the most contrasts. This reflect the biodiversity of Morocco fauna and flora. On the way, stop at Ifrane for some pictures. Later on, take a break to see the monkeys at the cedar forest.  we carry on through the High Atlas Mountains and the valley of Ziz. We pass Errachidia, the city and capital of the province.  You enjoy the picturesque valley of Ziz valley and Tafilalet oasis, known for its date palms.  Transfer to Merzouga and arrive to the hotel around 18h. Bed, dinner and breakfast.

Day 08 Erg Chebbi Desert & Camping

Today’s itinerary reconciles with Fez Merzouga long distance. Time will be devoted to explore around ERG Chebbi. We tour the Sandy dunes of Erg Chebbi that stretches in the Sahara desert across 30 km long and 10 km width. It is a gift from nature, and it inspires locals and guests alike. Sunrise and sunset are among the highlights. In the same day, we meet nomad families who take care of their animals. They live in nomad tents and they depend on grazing to win a living. We head to Rissani to visit the local market and to explore examples of ancient villages. Nearby Merzouga we listen to Gnawa music. At the afternoon you ride your camel to the Bivouac where night will be spent and dinner is served on the place. You enjoy the view of the sand dunes and the serenity of the desert. Sleep well!

Day 09 Erg Chebbi – Todgha goges – Dades valley

We set off for Boumalne Dades driving on the road of Thousand Kasbah. We continue via Alnif to Tinghir. This town is famous for the amazing Todgha Gorges. They are cliffs that rise up to 300 meters among which the clean river flows. The palm groves stretch along the river giving a unique view. To the way to the gorges stand the old Ksar which is partially inhabited. After lunch, we drive on the road of thousand Kasbah along the Dades valley. We reach Boumalne Dades and check into the hotel.

Day 10 Boumalne Dades to Ouarzazate

We depart to Ouarzazate taking the road of Thousand Kasbah and passing Kelaa Mgouna, know for roses farms, & Skoura village with its palm groves. Ouarzazate is a peaceful town with spacious streets. Famous for the Cinema industry, Ouarzazate separates the Mountains with the Sahara Desert. In Ouarzazate visit of Atlas Studio, Kasbah Taourirt. Check into the hotel.

Day 11 Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou – Marrakech

After breakfast, we visit the Taourirt Kasbah, and we drive to Ait Ben Haddou village that holds the most impressive Kasbah in Morocco. In the UNESCO protected site, many movies have been shot. After lunch, we drive the rest of the Itinerary to Marrakech through the highest Atlas Mountains.

Check into the hotel.

Day 12 Marrakech city Tour

Today time devoted to explore the red city of Marrakech. We begin the local visit with a wander in the Majorelle gardens. Moreover, we visit the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadyin tombs, the Bahia Palace, and the busiest street of the Medina. Afternoon is at leisure. You might go for a walk and enjoy the open spectacle of the Djemaa el Fna main square where you attend a nonstop performance. Musicians, acrobats, story tellers, water sellers, scent of Barbecue, orange jus…Free dinner.

Day 13 Marrakech to Essaouira

This itinerary combines the mysterious allure of Marrakech and the relaxed coastal vible of Essaouira. Afternoon depart to Essaouira which is less than 3 hours from Marrakech. Essaouira is a windy town that gives out to the Atlantic ocean with a harbour. it has a rich history and was a portugaise establishment during the 16 century. Today, you will change the busiest atmosphere of Marrakech with the vibles of Essaouira. You enjoy your time walking in the Medina and taste a savourous fish dish in the port.

Day 14 Essaouira

After an eventful two weeks Morocco Tour, We take it for granted that you need to refresh up with a Free day in Essaouira. Thus, You have this day to enjoy the tranquil vibes of this coastal city.

At your own,  enjoy this Unesco city has the old quarter, the Saqala, the small harbor and the tasty fish food.  Free visit of the medina including a lunch time.

Day 15 Essaouira to El Jadida or Casablanca

Breakfast at the hotel, and departure toward El Jadida which in 4 hours drive from Essaouira. You take the coastal road passing via Safi. And then you join the high way to El Jadida. And driver further to Casablanca. Check into the hotel.

Day 16 El Jadida to Casablanca airport

After an eventful 16 days Tour from Casablanca full of memories, It is time to see goodby to Morocco with the hope to come back for more adventures. farwell!

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