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10-Day Morocco Tour from Casablanca

10 Days

The private 10-day Morocco tour from Casablanca offers a general overview of some interesting highlights that Morocco offers. This tour joins the economic capital of Morocco, Casablanca; the Imperial Cities, the blue city of Chefchaouen, and the Sahara desert.

You will embark on an exceptional journey filled with exotic and unique experiences. It focuses on meeting the true culture of Moroccans on its terms while including a great selection of activities such as walking tours, camel trekking, meeting and interacting with locals, and much more.

This 10-day Morocco tour itinerary can start from Casablanca but we can customize it to start from anywhere in Morocco.

About this experience

  • Cancel up to 10 days beforehand for a full refund
  • 10 Days
  • Airport, hotel or Riad
  • Airport, hotel or Riad
  • English, Spanish, French

What to expect

Embark on an extraordinary 10-day Morocco tour from Casablanca. This comprehensive tour offers an immersive experience, taking you through various landscapes, historic cities, and cultural wonders. From the vibrant souks and ancient medinas to the serene deserts and stunning mountains, this journey encapsulates the essence of Morocco.

Why Choose This Tour?

The 10-day Morocco Tour from Casablanca offers a perfect blend of cultural exploration, historical discovery, and natural beauty. With expert guides, comfortable accommodations, and a well-planned itinerary, this tour ensures an unforgettable Moroccan adventure.

Whether exploring ancient medinas, riding camels in the Sahara, or marveling at stunning landscapes, each day has unique experiences and memories to cherish.

Book your 10-day journey today and discover the magic of Morocco!


  • Explore the rich hisory of the Imperial Cities of Rabat, Meknes, Fes and Marrakech.
  • Meander around the blue painted streets and houses of Chefchaouen.
  • Discover the magic beauty of the Sahara desert
  • Overnight in a luxury desert camp
  • Go on a camel trek in the Erg Chebbi desert


Arrive at the Mohammed V International Airport, and your private driver/guide will meet and greet you before heading to Rabat through the highway.

  • Please note depending on your arrival time, we may include a visit to the Hassan II Mosque and a drive alongside the paved Ain Diab Corniche before heading to Rabat; otherwise, we can leave the visit to the mosque to the last day.

After breakfast in your hotel/Riad in Rabat, our Morocco tour from Casablanca will include exploring the administrative capital of Morocco and the home of the king and the Royal family. Rabat has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 1912 located at the mouth of the ever-flowing Bou Regreg River.

The Rabat guided tour includes a walking experience at the dramatic Udayas Kasbah wandering through its charming narrow streets, lined with white and blue houses, and taking in the breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean from the Andalusian Gardens.

Next, Next, visit the Hassan Tower, an iconic minaret of an unfinished mosque dating back to the 12th century. Adjacent to the tower is the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a stunning example of modern Moroccan architecture, housing the tombs of King Mohammed V and his sons, King Hassan II and Prince Moulay Abdallah.

Later, you will continue on the track driving north to the blue city of Chefchaouen across the spectacular Rif Mountains and the city of Ouazzane.


After having breakfast in your Riad/hotel in Chefchaouen, you will spend most of the day exploring this charming city with a local tour guide. Start your Chefchaouen guided tour by the strategic Utta el-Hammam square, which is located in the heart of the Medina.

You will visit the Kasbah built in the 15th century by Moulay Ali Ibn Rashid (the founder of the city) who decided to construct the Kasbah as a military outpost to fight against the Portuguese and the Spanish invasions.

Chefchaouen or Chaouen (horns) was named after the two mountains whose shape resembles the goat’s horns. Its history is shrouded in mystery but it flourished when the Muslims and the Jews settled in after the Spanish Reconquista.

The story behind the white blue color in which the city is painted goes back to the Jewish community that chose to paint its neigberhood differently.

Meander around the beautiful streets while absorbing the local culture, you will pass by countless mosques, cemeteries, local bakeries, Hammams, and shops selling items at affordable prices. The walking tour will get you to the panoramic Ras el-Ma Spring where you can see women do the washing by the stream. You may want to include a soft hike uphill to the mosque built by the Spanish occupier but has never been used for daily prayers from where you can enjoy a complete view of the Medina.


After breakfast, you will resume your 10-day Morocco tour from Casablanca with a nice drive through the spectacular Rif Mountains before reaching the Roman Ruins of Volubilis. Have a guided walking tour around this archaeological site while learning about the history of the Roman civilization that settled in the north of Africa.

You will continue on the track to the charming city of Meknes, which is one of the four Imperial cities of Morocco. It was founded by the late Sultan Moulay Ismail in the 17th century who was able to turn it into the “Versailles of Morocco”. Our Morocco tour of the Meknes will include a visit to the impressive Bab (gate) Mansour, then stretch your legs in the el-Hedim Square along with the olive market. Later, you will visit the Royal Granaries & Stables after driving through the high walls of the Royal Palace.

In the evening, you will head to the cultural capital of Fes where you will spend the night in a comfortable Riad.


After breakfast in your Riad/hotel, you will embark on an interesting guided tour of Fes with a local tour guide. This cultural tour will take you back to Medieval Times as the Fes el-Bali (Old Fes) is shrouded in mystery that deserves more than a visit.

You will drive to enjoy the Medina in a panoramic view, then stretch your legs by the Mechouar (Royal Palace) and the well-preserved Mellah (Jewish Quarter) before diving into the labyrinthine alleyways of the Medina. You will visit the University of Al-Karaouine, Bou Inania Madrasa, Al Attarine Madrasa, Zaouia Moulay Idriss II, the Chouara Tanneries, and much more.


In the morning, you will head south to the first gateway to the Great Sahara. You will drive to Ifrane, which is always described as the Switzerland version town of Morocco. Ifrane was selected as the second cleanest city in the world in 2015. After a short break in the cedar forest that hosts a colony of “Barbary Macaques”.

After lunch, you will drive through the spectacular Atlas Mountains, and Ziz Gorge and include a short break in the Ziz Valley offering panoramic views.

Upon arrival in the majestic Sahara desert of Erg Chebbi, your 10-day Morocco tour itinerary will include a camel trek experience while enjoying the stunning view of the sunset. Have a delicious meal for dinner in our luxury desert camp followed by a session of music before culminating the day with a relaxing sleep in your private and ensuite tent.


Breakfast, Dinner

Wake up in the early morning to attend the panoramic view of the sunrise over the dunes of Erg Chebbi, and after having breakfast continue on the track to the Dades Valley passing by Erfoud, Tinejdad, and stretching your legs in the impressive Todra Gorge.

Breakfast, Dinner

Today, you will drive through the famous road of one thousand Kasbahs including a short break at the Valley of Roses known for the annual Festival of Roses. You will resume your journey to Ouarzazate (the Hollywood of Africa) famous for the Taorirt Kasbah. You may want to visit the Atlas Film Studios which have turned the region into a backdrop among international film producers.

You will have a guided tour of the UNESCO-listed Ait Benhaddou with its Kasbahs (fortresses) built over a hill to stand as a watchful eye for the caravans that used to traverse the Sahara from the Atlas Mountains.

After lunch, you will drive across the Tizi n’Tichka Pass (2260 m) before arriving in Marrakech in the late afternoon.



Today, you will spend the day exploring Marrakech with a local tour guide. Discover the rich history and vibrant culture of Marrakech on this comprehensive guided tour. Begin your morning with visits to the iconic Koutoubia Mosque and the stunning Bahia Palace. Delve into the bustling medina and souks, where you’ll meet local artisans and explore traditional crafts.

Enjoy a delicious Moroccan lunch at a local restaurant before continuing your journey to the hidden Saadian Tombs and the beautiful Ben Youssef Madrasa. In the late afternoon, unwind in the serene Jardin Majorelle, created by Jacques Majorelle and restored by Yves Saint Laurent. Conclude your tour with a leisurely return to your hotel, reflecting on the day’s immersive experiences.


After breakfast, the private 10-day Morocco tour from Casablanca will come to an end, and depending on your flight schedule, you will drive either to Marrakech or Casablanca airport hoping you will get back home with memorable experiences from Morocco.




  • 10-night accommodations as illustrated on the above itinerary.
  • An English-speaking and expert driver
  • Well-maintained and air-conditioned Mercedes Vito Minivan or Toyota Land Cruiser Prado for 10 days including fuel & tolls.
  • Camel ride experience in the Merzouga desert.
  • Local tour guides for exploring Chefchaouen, Fes, Marrakech and Rabat
  • Meals as illustrated on the itinerary.
  • Admission fees to sites.
  • Unique experiences.
  • Local taxes

Not Included

  • Drinks including water.
  • Travel insurance in case of emergencies
  • Lunch meals
  • Extras.
  • Tips when appropriate

Tour Map

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What are the visa requirements for visiting Morocco?

Most travelers need a valid passport to enter Morocco. Check if your nationality requires a visa and apply accordingly. Some countries have visa-free arrangements for short stays.

What should I pack for a 10-day tour in Morocco?

Pack lightweight, modest clothing, comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a warm layer for cooler evenings, a scarf for visiting religious sites, and personal health essentials.

How should I handle money and payments in Morocco?

The local currency is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD). It’s useful to carry some cash, especially in smaller towns. ATMs are widely available in cities, and credit cards are accepted in most hotels and larger establishments.

Is it safe to drink tap water in Morocco?

It’s recommended to drink bottled or filtered water. Avoid ice in drinks unless you’re sure it’s made from safe water. Use bottled water for brushing your teeth if you’re particularly cautious.

What kind of food can I expect, and are there options for special diets?

Moroccan cuisine includes dishes like tagine, couscous, and pastilla. Inform your guide or hosts of any dietary restrictions or allergies. Vegetarian and vegan options are available, though choices may be limited in rural areas.

What should I wear to respect local customs?

Dress modestly, especially in rural areas and when visiting religious sites. Women should cover their shoulders and knees, and men should avoid sleeveless tops. A lightweight scarf can be useful for women.

How are the roads and transportation in Morocco?

Roads vary from highways to winding mountain routes. Be prepared for long drives between destinations. If you are prone to motion sickness, bring remedies. Local transport includes taxis and buses in cities.

What languages are spoken in Morocco?

Arabic and Berber are the official languages. French is widely spoken, especially in business and tourism. English is common in tourist areas. Learning a few basic phrases in Arabic or French can be helpful.

What are some must-see attractions on the tour?

Key attractions include the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, the medinas of Fes and Marrakech, the Sahara Desert with camel rides and desert camping, and the coastal city of Essaouira. Each destination offers unique cultural and historical experiences.

Know before you go

What to pack:

  • Clothing: Light, breathable layers for the day; warm clothes for the night; comfortable walking shoes; a hat and sunglasses; and a scarf or shawl to protect against the sun and wind.
  • Essentials: Sunscreen, lip balm, a reusable water bottle, personal toiletries, and a flashlight or headlamp.
  • Comfort Items: A small backpack for daily essentials and a camera or smartphone for photos.

Health and safety:

  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the trip.
  • If you have any medical conditions or allergies, inform your guide in advance and bring the necessary medications.
  • Basic first aid supplies are advisable.


  • Traditional Moroccan meals are included. Notify us in advance of any dietary restrictions or preferences.


  • The trip involves long drives through varied terrain, including mountain passes and desert roads. If you are prone to motion sickness, consider bringing appropriate medication.
  • Travel will be in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle.

Camel ride:

  • The camel ride into the dunes can be bumpy. Wear comfortable clothes and hold on tightly.
  • If you have back issues or prefer not to ride a camel, alternative transportation can be arranged.


  • Always ask for permission before photographing people, especially in rural areas.
  • Be mindful of your camera and equipment in the sandy environment.

Environmental Responsibility:

  • Respect the natural environment by not leaving any litter behind.
  • Follow the guidance of your tour guide to minimize your impact on the desert ecosystem.

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10-Day Morocco Tour from Casablanca
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