6 Days from Casablanca to Marrakech Itinerary :

Itinerary highlights

  • Visit the Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world.
  • Enjoy and dive  in the  beauty of the  Blue  City of Chefchaouen.
  •  Cross the three valleys: Rose’s Valley, Todra Valley, and Dades Valley.
  • Enjoy the large dunes of  Merzouga riding camel while admiring the attractive change of color at sunrise or sunset.
  •  Sleep under the stars in a Tent in the middle of the dunes of Merzouga.
  • Discover the lifestyle of the Berber inhabitants of the Atlas and Merzouga desert.

Day 1 : from Casablanca to Chefchaouen

Casablanca -> Rabat -> Chefchaouen

Our private Morocco excursion of 66 Days from Casablanca to Marrakech, starts via  Chefchaouen; the  Blue City. We will pick you up from the hotel/Riad, After visiting  Hassan  II  Mosque one of the largest mosques not just in Morocco, but in the world. 

we will be headed to the Capital of  Morocco Rabat. In  Rabat we will visit the Udaya Kasbah and the Mausoleum of Mohamed V. After Rabat our destination will be the prettiest and friendliest town in Morocco; Chechaouen will be the last station in our tour for the day.

Day 2 : From Chefchaouen to Fes

Chefchaouen –> Volubilis –> Meknes –> Fes

You’ll get the chance On this day to know  Chefchaouen better, and see why it is considered one of the  Hottest spots in Moroccan tourism, get to wander and surf in between these amazingly painted walls.

We continue to Volubilis, the ancient Roman city. After that, we’ll visit the Tomb of Moulay Ismail in the City of Meknes, and the  Gate of Bab al Mansour. Then we’ll spend the overnight in the City of Fes.

Day 3 : Discover Fes

Get to Know More The Imperia city of City

On this day you’ll have a special tour guide, to share with you some about the fantastic History of this Imperial City through its still-standing walls, gates, and Mosques as living witness to the great history it has been through.

Along with your guide, you get to know  Fes better,  with its beautiful sights and all the places with any historic interest, such as the old  Medina, Royal Palace, both of  Mosque and University of Al-Karouine, and the Batha Museum.

Day 4 : from Fes to Merzouga

Fes -> Azrou -> Midelt -> ZIZ Valley ->  Erfoud -> Rissani -> Merzouga

After a traditional breakfast, we get our route towards Ifrane, the Switzerland of Morocco. We continue our way to Azrou and make a stop in the largest Cedar forest in Morocco, hopefully, we find some Berber Monkeys.
Then we pass by Midelt before we continue our journey towards the Sahara desert; Erg Chebi. After arriving in Merzouga we’ll have a new adventure by riding camels across Erg Chebbi’s golden dunes to spend the overnight at the desert camp. And you’ll Have the chance to experience the authentic Berber nomad lifestyle.


Day 5: from Merzouga to Dades Valley

Merzouga -> Rissani -> Erfoud ->  Todgha gorges -> Dades Valley

we will wake you up in the early morning so you can witness the beauty of the Sahara desert sunrise and the amazing peaceful silence of the Sahara. We will then ride Our camel back to the Hotel/Raid where a traditional tasty breakfast will be waiting for us, along with a hot shower to freshen you up for the day’s adventure.
we will make our first stop in Rissani to visit the ”Souk”; one of the biggest traditional markets in Morocco. Then We will continue to the famous Todra Gorges, the favorite place for rock climbers. Dinner and overnight at the local hotel in our last destination Dades Valley.

Day 5: from Merzouga to Dades Valley

Dades valley -> Kasbah AIT BEN HADDOU -> Ouarzazate –> Marrakech

After a typical traditional breakfast, we will leave to reach the city of Roses; Kelaat M’gouna, where we might make a stop if you would like to have a look at the products that are made from the precious Damascus Roses that grow in these valleys. Then, on to Ouarzazate; the Hollywood of Africa.

After lunch, we will go to visit Studio Atlas in Ouarzazate; the location of so many blockbuster movies, then get to the famous UNESCO world heritage site; Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou .

We continue our tour and start up another journey when the hints of the desert Start to vanish, through the High Atlas Mountains, crossing pass at Tizi n’Tichka. The road winds its way down, passing Berber villages and farmland, orchards, and rivers until we reach the plains below and the Medina of Marrakech (the red city).

And here your full trip excursion of  6 Days from Casablanca to Marrakech will end with a drop off at your hotel/riad or Jamaa lafna.

The price Includes

  •  pick up and drop off at your accommodation (Airport, hotel, Riad ..)
  • Private Air-conditioned vehicle 
  • Private Experienced Guide/driver
  • Overnight in desert  camp ( dinner and Breakfast )
  • Camel trekking ( camel for each person)
  • Car fuel and  insurance 
  • stops anywhere  you like  for  pics 

The price doesn't include :

  •  flights ( Air tickets )
  • Lunches 
  • Drinks
  • Tips 
  • insurance 
  • Any not mentioned in our 6 Days from Casablanca to Marrakech itinerary.

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Most frequent questions and answers​

Morocco is a welcoming destination, however, some countries need visas to get into Morocco. For most foreign nationals, such as Americans, Canadians, Australians/New Zealand, Europeans, and other passport holders, in length is restricted to three months (90 days), If your stay is longer you will need to apply for an extension visa with a local police station. Read More

Tourism in Morocco is growing at an incredible rate. Because of this, the level of security in the country is upgraded every year. The Moroccan government dedicates a lot of resources, especially human resources, to ensure that the tourists are safe while they are in Morocco; this includes tourist police and highly competent guides. And therefore Morocco is a safe country to travel to, and it’s regarded as one of the most stable countries in North Africa and the Middle East.  Read More 

The official currency of Morocco is the Dirham commonly represented by the symbol (DH) and consists of coins and banknotes, and it’s a closed currency, meaning that technically you can’t buy or sell it outside of Morocco, So you’ll need to wait until you arrive in Morocco to exchange your cash (currency) to Dirhams. Read More

Ramadan is a month-long Islamic holiday. A sacred month is when people fast, which is not limited only to food, but also includes water or any drinks, cigarettes, and even sex. Muslims fast from dawn till dusk, They eat a meal before sunrise (Suhor) and break their fasting after sunset (Iftar) with friends and family. This holy month follows the lunar pattern, so it moves 10 days forward on the Gregorian calendar every year.

Many travelers tend to avoid coming to Morocco during this sacred month when Most shops and restaurants get closed and most of the streets are empty. But the thing is that the shops, restaurants, hotels, bazaars, and everything with tourist interest are open and working during this time of the year. Read More

It’s a good idea to have travel insurance, to protect you from unforeseen scenarios for your Morocco Tour. It is something we hope you will never need, but you will eventually. It covers those minor incidents, such as losing your items breaking your camera, or covering an emergency while you are traveling.

Traveling is one of the most exciting experiences, so don’t end up losing all the money you own and have invested in your vacation by not having travel insurance.

Dressing decent and shy is a nice thing to do, especially for women to show respect to the inhabitants of Morocco because some of them consider a short dress that reveals much of the body disrespectful, especially in villages, small towns, and holy places.


Taking pictures is one of the things you should know about while you are in Morocco. So if you want to take pictures, you should ask first because some people don’t like it, and some of them are payable, for example, the snake charmer (in Jamaa Alfna at Marrakech) if you want to take a picture it will cost 20 DH or maybe more.

 The Internet in Morocco is readily available and reliable. The majority of “Riads” and hotels or even restaurants have Wi-Fi. Usually, Wi-Fi is best in the public areas of the Riad or the hotel, like the central courtyards.
Skype should work just fine for you if you’d like to make calls at home, so traveling with your laptop or tablet would be nice. Read More

Any time during the year is a great and suitable time to visit Morocco, depending on how you like things to be; warmer, colder, or just cool nice, and depending on what you planning to do too.

If you come around in Spring or Autumn, you will enjoy the warm and pleasant weather all across Morocco not just in the North (the amazing spot for Nature lovers).
It can be very hot in Summer but the nights can be cold because the temperature drops and tends to plummet.

In the Winter between November and January, the Peaks get full of snowfall, which is the best time to visit Morocco for skiing and enjoy the snow in the little Switzerland Of Morocco ” Ifrane”.  Read More