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15 days Morocco tours from Casablanca


Embark on a comprehensive 15 days Morocco tours from Casablanca. Explore renowned urban centers such as Marrakech, Fes, Rabat, and Meknes, uncover the picturesque blue city of Chefchaouen, and fully engage with the vast expanse of the Sahara Desert. Indulge in the activity of camel riding, delve into the exploration of ancient ruins, and relish in the breathtaking panoramic vistas of the Erg Chebbi dunes. It is an enthralling combination of culture, history, and natural splendor!

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15 days Morocco tours Itinerary:

Day 1 : Tour Casablanca – Rabat

Upon your arrival at Casablanca airport, the exploration of the 15 days Morocco tours from Casablanca begins. My first visit to the Hassan II Mosque, which is the largest religious structure in the nation with a minaret that stands at a height of 210 meters.

The venue is accessible to non-Muslims, allowing them the chance to attend and see the remarkable craftsmanship of over 10,000 artisans. We go to Rabat, the nation’s administrative capital, to see the exquisite grounds of the royal palace. Take a drive around Shella to see the Roman ruins and the remnants of the Merinid dynasty tombs from the 14th century. Stay overnight in a traditional Moroccan Riad.

Day 2 Rabat – Rif Mountains – Chefchaouen

After breakfast, we go to Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains. Before departing from Rabat, we see the incomplete Hassan Mosque tower and the tomb of Mohammed V.The Oudaya Kasbah is a 12th-century fortification that was used by the Almoravides dynasty to train their forces before to their conquest of Andalucia in Spain.

We traverse the picturesque garden and behold the Abi-Ragrag river, which served as a confinement for certain vessels during the era of Berber pirates from the 16th to the 18th century. We go through the Rif Mountains, surrounded by a lush landscape of cedar, pine, and oak trees, on our journey to Chefchaouen.

Upon arrival to Chefchaouen, one will be greeted with the picturesque and vibrant town nestled in the mountains, reminiscent of the medieval era in Spain and Andalucia. Enjoy an evening and overnight stay at a luxurious Riad Hotel.

Day 3- The Tour of Chefchaouen

This morning, we start our excursion to Chefchaouen, also known as Chaouen, located in the Rif Mountains. The town was established in the 15th century by Muslims and Jews who were forced to relocate by Christians. The town remained virtually unaltered for 500 years until the 20th century, when it gained recognition.

According to popular belief, it provides the most accurate depiction of a Andalucian village during the Moorish era. The city has become a popular tourist destination due to its small medina alleyways, buildings adorned with white and blue colors, and its picturesque location nestled among the mountains. The main plaza is surrounded by cafés and hotels.

Day 4- Chefchaouen – Volubilis ruins – Fez

Will be leaving for Fes at 10:00 pm. We will traverse the expanse of Greenhills, exploring its wide and expansive landscapes, including its immense wheat fields. We pause for lunch in the vicinity of Ouazane and proceed to Volubilis. These remains are the most well-preserved remnants of the Roman era in Morocco.

A guided walk inside the Roman site will transport you to the legends of Rome with the impressive mosaic, streets, columns, and baths. In close proximity is the ancient town of Moulay Driss Zerhoune, where the resting place of the founder of the first Arab Islamic monarchy in Morocco may be located. If time allows, we may make a brief stop in this town to have mint tea before continuing our journey to Fez. We will be staying at a hotel or riad.

Day 5- City guided Tour of Fez :

Embark on a guided tour of Fes’ Medina, delving into its hidden treasures. For instance, visit the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, Nejjarine Fountains, and the Tanneries. Additionally, explore the Mellah and a living synagogue, and witness the grandeur of the Royal Palace. Capture a panoramic view and visit a renowned ceramic factory before returning to your riad for the night.

Day 6- Fes – Erfoud – Erg chebbi desert camp:

Today our 15 days Morocco tours from Casablanca, Scenic journey across the Middle Atlas mountains in the morning. The Middle Atlas is the natural habitat of Barbary apes, sometimes known as “themaggot”. A respite in Ifrantown would be much welcomed. It is a renowned destination for ski resorts in Morocco, created during the period of French rule. We are now enjoying a meal in Medilt, a region renowned for its exceptional apple cultivation in Morocco.

Take a moment to pause and capture a photograph at Ziz Valley, the picturesque location where the palm groves and date trees originate. Erfoud, the capital of Fossils in Morocco, offers the opportunity to see a factory where exquisite marble objects are crafted.

Immediately after, we go to the tomb of Mouay Ali Chref in Rissani, the esteemed founder of the present-day Alaouite dynasty of Morocco during the 17th century.We go to Erg Chebbi to have a cup of tea and prepare for our desert camp. Arrange a rendezvous with camels for a camel-ride and go towards the dunes to see the sunset.Stay in a Berber tent overnight.

Day 7 : Free day Dunes Tour.

Experience a complete desert day with a breathtaking sunrise on top of a dune near the camp. Afterward, return to Merzouga on camels for a hearty breakfast, then explore the sandy Erg Chebbi desert and marvel at Morocco’s highest dune, which stands over 250 meters tall.

We continue then by the road that was formerly used for the “Paris – Dakar” and ends in the mountains that limit with Agelia. Stop at Tissardmin oasis where we can find fossil quarries still present in the area, we continue then by a road where we can see nomad settlements and learn their secrets and manners.

The next stop will be at a viewpoint to contemplate the hole Erg Chebbi. We`ll reach then Kamilia Village, originally from Mali, where we´ll take a relaxing cup of tea meanwhile we listen to a concert of the spiritual music of Gnawa.Transfer to your accommodation and free afternoon to enjoy the town or the dunes next to the hotel to see the sunset. Dinner and night in the hotel.

Day 8- Desert camp – Tinjdad – Todgha gorge.

Wake up early to have a Healthy breakfast and taking a shower, we will go to Tinjidad. Along the way, we will make a stop to see the ancient subterranean irrigation system known as “khatarat,” which is still in operation in the Jorf oasis. Having lunch at Toudra Valley.

The area has stunning kasbahs and mountains, stretching for a distance of 15 kilometers between palm groves. To reach the magnificent 300-meter-high gorges and have a leisurely stroll along the Toudra River. Stay at a Kasbah hotel overnight.

Day 9- Todgha Gorge – SkouraPalmery – Ouarzazate :

We go to Dades Valley to see the magnificent landforms of the High Atlas Mountains and its multitude of one thousand Kasbahs. The landscape is adorned with lush fields of figs, almonds, apricots, peaches, walnuts, and pomegranate trees.

The next destination is Rose Valley, renowned for its production of rosewater and creams derived from the Damascena Rose. This particular rose is often found in high-end fragrances, skincare products, body care items, cosmetics, hair care products, and even medicines.

Women must gather the flowers throughout the early hours of the morning. The villagers commemorate the rose harvest at a ceremony held in May. Children may be seen on each side of the road, selling necklaces crafted from flowers. Traversing the ancient palm grove of Skoura in order to reach Ouarzazate.

Day 10- Ouarzazate – Ait-ben haddou – Marrakech :

Ouarzazate has three film studios and stunning kasbahs. Optional excursion to Taourert Kasbah Next, we go to the settlement of Ait ben Haddou via car. We will visit the best-preserved town in the southern region of the nation.

This village has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987. Additionally, many movies, including Gladiator and Prince of Persia, have been filmed in this village. We will engage in pedestrian exploration inside the settlement and proceed down the Ounila valley until we get at Telouet Kasbah.

A substantial fortress belonging to the Pacha, who held the highest position of authority in the southern region. Traversing the magnificent High Atlas Mountains Pass (Tizi-n-Tichka, altitude 2260 m) in order to reach Marrakech.

Day 11- Marrakech Exploration:

Embark on a morning city guided tour with a knowledgeable local guide during this 15 days Morocco tours from Casablanca. Explore the outside walls of the red city, known as La Nouvelle Ville or Guéliz. The Jardin de Majorelle is a beautiful and renowned garden that you will much appreciate.

In addition, there is a historic Menara garden from the 12th century that is consistently frequented by local residents. The last stage will include exploring the walls of Marrakech, where several captivating historical sights can be found inside the medina.

The Koutoubia mosque, built in the 12th century, symbolizes the grandeur and rich historical significance of the city. Explore the 17th-century royal necropolis of the Saadians, the exquisite 19th-century Bahiapalace, and the renowned souks of Marrakech.

The souks provide a plethora of diverse booths, vibrant colors, enticing fragrances, and a wide array of things that will undoubtedly astonish you. This location is an excellent destination for purchasing presents for both yourself and your loved ones. Enjoying a cup of mint tea on one of the terraces is a pleasant way to conclude your visit to the red city. From there, you can see the enchanting Jamae Elfana plaza, creating a lasting memory.

Day 12- Day free in Marrakech GO TO HAMMAM :

Visit the Souks for cutting, and while you’re there, visit a hammam and enjoy tea at a local café.

Day 13-Marrakech- Essaouira :

The city of Essaouira, also known as ex-Mogador, was established in the 18th century and is located on the Atlantic coast. Along the route, you will have the opportunity to see the forest of Argan trees, which is a kind of tree that is native to Morocco. Oil is extracted from Argan Tree nuts for consumption and cosmetic use by women working in cooperatives. The city of Essaouira is known for its harbour, beach, walls, and purple islands.

Day 14 –Free day In Essaouira.

This location is an ideal destination for both surfing and enjoying many forms of artistic expression. It offers a serene environment where one can relax on the beach and indulge in reading while seeing the picturesque sunset over the Atlantic Ocean. It is now time for you to independently explore the little city.

Day 15 –Transfert From Essaouira to Airport of Casablanca

At the conclusion of the excursion, you will be transferred to the Casablanca airport.

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Important! This is a planned tour itinerary; if it does not meet your needs, please contact us. Based on your preferences and the length of your stay, we will develop a bespoke schedule. We provide bespoke Morocco excursions. As more individuals join the tour, the cost decreases. If the payment is fixed, transportation expenses will be proportional to the number of passengers. The standard of lodging affects its price. Please contact us for a quote.

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    FAQ about Marrakech desert tour

    Arabic serves as the designated language of communication; however, a prevalent Moroccan dialect known as Darjia is often used. French is prevalent as a result of historical connections, whereas certain regions may also have some Spanish presence.

    Overall, Morocco is considered to be a secure and politically stable country. Tourists should exercise caution over petty thievery, fraudulent schemes, and unwelcome advances, since they are the prevailing criminal activities.

    It is recommended to dress in a conservative manner, particularly for ladies. It is mandatory to wear clothing that covers the wrists and ankles while visiting mosques.

    The Moroccan Dirham (MAD) serves as the official currency of Morocco. It is advisable to have cash for smaller markets and taxis, since they could not take credit cards.

    Spring, which occurs from March to May, and autumn, which occurs from September to November, are optimal seasons characterized by agreeable weather conditions.

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