10 Days Morocco Trip From Marrakech to Casablanca

Embark on a 10-day journey through Morocco starting in Marrakech. Explore main towns, desert landscapes, and historical sites. Enjoy camel trekking, Berber camps, and vibrant medinas. Our goal is to ensure your satisfaction throughout this authentic Moroccan experience.

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Day 1 : Casablanca Arrival

The driver/guide from GOTRIPSMOROCCO agency will come and get you from Marrakech’s Menara airport at the time of your flight. After that, we’ll take you to your first night’s accommodation in Marrakech, Medina, at a riad or hotel.

casablanca from the sky
MosqueeHassan2 casablanca

Day 2 : full day exploring Marrakech

Today is exceptional to discover Marrakech’s secrets and monuments. Your journey begins at Marrakesh’s biggest mosque, Koutoubia. Known for its beautiful minaret, the oldest of the three major Almohad minarets in the world. Towering 69 meters, the minaret overlooks the city. You will next visit the famed Saadian tombs, a mausoleum in a secluded enclosure in the Kasbah ornamented with colorful tiles, Arabic calligraphy, and ornate sculptures.
Morocco Marrakech 10-day tour Your next stop is Jemma El Fina, the city’s main plaza, where you may have a cup of tea or local delicacies while watching a show. The location becomes a vast pub at night, when residents and visitors dine outside or take in the sights. You’ll complete your stay at the Bahia Palace, a minister’s gift to his favorite and 80 official concubines. Al-Hambra of Spanish Granada is a wonderful example of Andalusian and Moorish architecture in harmony. It’s no surprise that Bahia Palace is attracting filmmakers. Lawrence of Arabia (1962) was filmed in the compound. Additionally, UNESCO has designated it a “World Heritage Site”. Probably the city’s and country’s most gorgeous palace.

El Koutbia Marrakech Date palms fountain

Day 3 : Marrakech – High atlas Mountains – Dades Valley

We will leave Marrakech for the Dades Valley at 8 in the morning to start our day. We will go across the Tizi n’Tichka Pass, the highest point of the Atlas Mountains, on our journey. We’ll stop at a picturesque spot to relax with some mint tea or coffee. The Ait Benhaddou kasbah, a key fortification on the historic salt route that caravans used to convey salt, gold, ivory, and slaves, is a popular location for foreign filmmakers, and we’ll be visiting it in the afternoon. After passing through the Berber towns of Megoun and Skoura, we will go towards Ouarzazate, sometimes called the Hollywood of Africa. Next, we’ll go to the Dades Valley for our overnight stay.

Souks of Marrakech
Calm from Atlas

Day 4. : Dades Valley – Toudra Valley – Tafraout Sidi Ali

We will leave Dades Valley for the toudra Valley on the fourth day of our 10-day desert excursion from Marrakech to Casablanca. On the way, we’ll stop for lunch at the picturesque town of Tinghir, Alnif. The next round of our journey will take place along a fantastic road that is bordered by acacia trees, giving the landscape an almost desert feel. After that, we’ll go north on the Ralley Paris Dakar route to the town of Tafroaute Sidi Ali, where we’ll check into a hotel for the night. On this once-in-a-lifetime adventure, you will see the breathtaking desert landscapes.


Day 5 : Tafraout. Sidi Ali – Ramlia – Merzouga dunes

In the beginning of our 10-day desert trip, you will have the opportunity to visit the breathtaking dunes and desert areas that are located in the southeast of Morocco.On this particular day, you will be having lunch in the middle of nowhere, on the border between Morocco and Algeria, in the shade of an acacia tree on the border. During the drive, we will arrive at the picturesque hamlet of Merzouga, where you will meet your camels caravan and begin your quest of discovery between the enormous sand dunes of the Erg Chebbi. Spend a night in a desert tent that will live long in your memory, all the while gazing up at the stars and breathing in the clean, fresh air of the Saharan wilderness. Take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity by not missing out!

Desert Camp in Merzouga sand dunes Tent
Desert Camp by Night Stars

Day 6 : Merzouga. – cedar forest -Fes

We say goodbye to the Merzouga desert and make our way towards Fes on this particular day. Travel via Erfoud and the Ziz valley, both of which are beautiful places to visit. Following this, we make a break at Zaida for lunch, and then we continue our adventure in the afternoon by driving towards the cedar forest, which is a place where you can see monkeys functioning in their natural environment. At last, we make it to Fes, where we indulge in a delectable meal and spend the night in a riad that is both quaint and enchanting.

Desert Camp by Night View

Day 7: Exploring Fes

We were led by a local expert Guide who brought the city’s rich tapestry of history, culture, and customs to life as we explored the ancient core of Fes on the seventh day of our journey in Morocco. As we made our way through the winding alleyways of the ancient medina, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, we were surrounded by an atmosphere that was steeped in centuries of history. We were escorted by our guide through the busy souks, where the air was filled with the aroma of spices and the vivid colors of handcrafted items captured our attention at every turn. In sites such as the Bou Inania Madrasa and the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque, we were able to observe the city’s rich spiritual and educational past firsthand, and we were awestruck by the complex beauty of Islamic architecture. After the sun had set, we went to a traditional riad that was located inside the medina and retired there. While we were immersed in the ancient allure of Fes, this traditional Moroccan lodging, with its intricate design and peaceful courtyard, offered us a relaxing sanctuary that allowed us to reflect on the experiences that we had experienced during the day.

Maryam Tours Remparts Fes
Bab Rcif Fes

Day 8 : Fes - Meknes -Chefchaouen

Following lunch on the following day, we make our way to Meknes, where we pay a visit to the entrance of the medina as well as the tomb of Molay Ismail, the man who established Meknes. Following that, we go to Volubilis, which is a historically significant Roman ruin located in Morocco. Here, you will be able to see stunning mosaics and learn about the extensive history of the location. After some time has passed, we go to Chefchaouen. Stay the night at the peaceful Peace Riad and enjoy a delectable meal before retiring for the night.

Restaurant Chefchaoun city
Tradition in Chefchaoun city

Day 9 : Exploring Chefchaouen And Driving to Casablanca

Our ninth day started with a morning tour to Chefchaouen, the “Blue City” in the Rif Mountains. The azure streets and houses of this peaceful village made for a lovely start to our day. We wandered through the small, cobbled pathways, enjoying the quiet environment and the architecture’s Moroccan and Andalusian influences. The morning was spent browsing craft stores, drinking Moroccan mint tea, and taking photos of the gorgeous countryside. We drove to Casablanca after a delicious local meal. From Chefchaouen’s tranquil foothills to Morocco’s biggest city’s busy hub was a difference in scenery and cultures. We saw the gorgeous Moroccan landscape becoming urban as we reached Casablanca. In Casablanca, we stayed in the modern medina, a modern version of the historic medinas of other Moroccan towns. With its mix of technology and heritage, this region gave a distinct urban Moroccan experience. The magnificent Atlantic beach was only steps from our Corniche location. With the seaside noises and city bustle outside our door, this was the ideal place to relax and reflect on our voyage. This cosmopolitan setting perfectly blended Chefchaouen’s tranquility with Casablanca’s energy.

Streets of Chefchaoun City
Mosquee Hassan2 Tradition Blue Sky

Day 10 :exploring Casablanca and departure time

Day 10, our last day in Morocco, we spent the morning seeing Casablanca, a lively city that mixes modernity with rich history and culture. Starting early, we explored Morocco’s business center’s bustling streets. We visited the majestic Hassan II Mosque, one of the world’s biggest mosques, famed for its meticulous workmanship and elegance. In the city’s hustle, the mosque near the sea provided stunning vistas and peace. We wandered around the Corniche, a picturesque waterfront promenade with cafés and seaside activities. The sea wind was delightful. In this region, Casablanca’s urban leisure was well captured. We enjoyed the morning’s unusual blend of Art Deco and Moroccan buildings, representing Casablanca’s unique history and multiculturalism. As our last meal, we had typical Moroccan meals at one of the city’s bustling marketplaces or cafés. We left with fond memories and many photos. Our departure time matched Casablanca airport flight schedules, making our amazing Moroccan vacation a breeze. Our voyage across Morocco’s unique experiences and rich cultural tapestry culminated in Casablanca on this day.

Mosquee Hassan 2 Casablanca
Mosquee Hassan2 Interface Blue Sky
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