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Long 10 Days Trip From Casablanca To Merzouga Via Magical Cities

Casablanca Tours


Casablanca Tour Program

Morocco Royal Tour:

Our tours are available from all the cities of Morocco; Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat, Agadir, and Tanger, Ouarzazate, Merzouga, and Zagora, from & around all parts of the country. Our drivers/guides are ready to meet you greet, and pick you from the Port, Airport, Train Bus station or your Accommodation in Morocco. Camel Trekking Experience is offering you very relaxing, comfortable, and easy trips with 4wd car, van, or minibus.

If you have a longer vacation we recommend you choose a longer package to see the most beautiful Moroccan areas


Casablanca is a port city and commercial hub in western Morocco, fronting the Atlantic Ocean. The city's French colonial legacy is seen in its downtown Mauresque architecture, a blend of Moorish style and European art deco. Standing partly over the water, the enormous Hassan II Mosque, completed in 1993, has a 210m minaret topped with lasers directed toward Mecca.


Day 1: Arrive To Casablanca - El jadida - Essaouira

Arriving to the gigantic city of Casablanca in the first day, the driver will pick you up from the airport to the city center. Along the road, our representative will provide a brief overview of your all journey from the beginning till the end of the trip. Once we are there, you can profit from a long tour to the most beautiful sites of Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco. Hassan the 2nd Mosque as the most gigantic one in all over the kingdom and Africa is going to be your starting point. The old medina in the north western part of the city offers a great view over the rooftops of the old city and over the harbor. Strolling via its narrow streets to meet Casablanca’s artisans along their colorful shops and stalls if you want get some souvenirs. The park of the Ligue Arabe is without context the most beautiful walk the city has to offer. Around the United Nations Square you can admire the Tour de l’Horloge (clock tower). You can also visit the central market, where you can enjoy a brief shopping activity, Mohamed V Square and the celebrated “Palace des nations UNI”; a very active space of Casablanca town Centre. After that we head to El Jadida, the most obvious destination for travellers to Morocco who love the sea, via the high way. Once we are there, you can touch the Portuguese architectures on its buildings and fortress. In the heart of the old city, there is the El Jadida’s famous Portuguese cistern. This sumptuous edifice was part of the Portuguese palace and is the only thing that remains of it. El Jadida owes its status as a UNESCO world heritage site in large part to this stunning site. Walking along El Jadida’s oceanfront ramparts is simply stunning. Climb up its “chemin de ronde” or patrol path, by the Sacred Spirit bastion, above the porte de la mer (sea gate), and head to the tour de l'Ange (angel’s tower) where you’ll discover an incredible view over the city rooftops. Later on we rush toward Essaouira. Arriving there in the evening and welcomed with its shining lights around its powerful ramparts. After getting dinner we spend the night in the breezy city which enchants with the exceptional mildness of its climate and its pleasant rhythm of the waves roar.

Day 2: Visit Of Essaouira - Agadir

We get up early in the second day of our journey to enjoy the pretty real pictures that keep all the secrets of the legendary city of Mogador and have a delicious breakfast. Strolling in its souks and picturesque market inside the Medina makes you feel its Moroccan soul inside its powerful ramparts of the fortress. You cannot come to Essaouira without visiting its medina! The cobblestone roads lines with white and blue homes that reflect all the shades and light of the sea are a refreshing feast for the eyes of any traveller. Mogador remains primarily a cultural destination, with its sandy beaches as far as the eye can see, and offer beautiful panoramas over the ocean. It also appeals to lovers of relaxation and water sports. To witness the parade of boats coming back to port in the end of the morning followed closely by swarms of seagulls, your target is the very lively harbor is located at the tip of the peninsula at the southwest corner of the medina. You can witness the criée (fish auction), and soak in all the pleasures of the ocean. It’s a natural art exhibit that should not be missed under any circumstances to discover precious collections of art and popular traditions native to the region. After the long tour, we stop to have a happy meal for lunch in one of the traditional restaurant in the womb of the old Medina and get some rest. Later on we leave Essaouira for Agadir. Famous for its beautiful golden beach and mild climate all year round, you can enjoy the sunset behind the ocean waves. In Agadir the atmosphere of the promenade is as lively at night as it is during the day. Restaurants flaunt international flavor, live music floats through the air, and you can dance the night away at one in effervescent night clubs. Spending a magical night there is another surprising story.

Day 3: Agadir - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou

In the morning of the third day, and after having one of the most delicious sousi breakfasts in Sous Massa Daraa, we drive toward Ouarzazat via Ait Benhaddou Kasbah in the southern of Morocco. Built by Et Hami El Glaoui, one of the last Berber chieftains during the 18th century, now the Kasbah is a house of many Glaoui people. It is a well-known stage of many Oscar rewarded Hollywood movies. The famous UNESCO World Heritage site Ksar or Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou is a very wonderful fortified city that stands at the edge of a hill separated by a running Ounila river. Surely, your cameras’ lenses are always ready to take fascinating images of the beautiful sceneries of the High Atlas range and its preserved charming little Berber villages. Spending night there under a starring sky allows you to benefit from the Berber’s warm hospitality.

Day 4: Ait Ben Haddou - Tinghir - Tinejdad - Erfoud - Merzouga

Waking up early, in the fourth day of our trip, to enjoy the sunrise shinning its rays on the Berber villages around the Kasbah. After having a Breakfast in pure Berber style, we head toward Merzouga, a little Saharan village in south eastern Morocco at the feet of the Erg Chebbi dunes, in the Tafilalet Valley. If you are interested in having adventurous trip, Merzouga and nearby Erg Chebbi are Southern Morocco's two main attractions. In the ochre desert, monumental dunes move and change shape at the whim of the wind, offering travellers a colorful and luminous show. The land becomes less and less tame the further east you venture. This beautiful drive across the desert will lead you to an immense dried up depression in the ground, relic from an era in this region. Once you are there, camels guided by experienced riders will take you through the mysterious sea of sand to the bivouac of Erg Chebbi. There you will spend your night and sleep under a beautiful starry sky in a traditional Berber nomad tent. It will be an incredible starry night with music; sound of drums and Berber singing, around the fire besides the Berber hospitality.

Day 5: Merzouga - Rissani - Errachidia - Middle Atlas - Midlte - Ifrane - Fes

Waking up early, in the fifth day of our journey, to contemplate the most spectacular sunrise you´ve ever seen on the peaks of the desert dunes and taste a delicious Sahrawian breakfast before turning back to your hotel to Merzouga via camels riding. There you will have a warm relaxing shower and change your clothes so as to continue the journey of a lifetime that will remain an immortal memory in your minds. Later on, we leave Merzouga for the north via the valley of Ziz taking advantage of the cool blue Meski source where you can relax, passing by the Berber villages of mud which are scattered along the way. The road is famous for its beauty and the contrasting landscapes it goes through. We drive along Ziz River and its dream oases lined with palm fields and fortified Kasbah to the Middle Atlas Mountains, crossing the palm grove of Tafilalet and the town of Rissani to reach the Ziz valley. Once we are at the cedar forest between Azrou and Ifrane (Swiss-Moroccan), you can meet the Maggots monkeys. Then head towards Fez, an imperial city that makes you get an excellent impression just by taking a look at the hallway of the town. We will take you to your booked accommodations to have a warm shower and get some sleep for the night in there.

Day 6: Visit Of fes

In the morning of the sixth day, a local tour guide will pick you up from your hotel to take you for a long tour through the beautiful and historical site of the scientific capital of Morocco. This eighth century museum city is the crown jewel of the four imperial cities. Starting your tour by surfing via the narrow streets of the old Medina to the Jewish quarter and the Chouara Tanneries, will makes you touch the spiritual sphere of the “Mecca of the West” as some visitors call it. Strolling in the medina Souks will lead you the Royal Palace gate. You can vsit the 9th century Karouine mosque and University and the Bou Inania Medersa. Another sensation that make you immerse into the cultural and scientific perspective of the town. North of Fes el-Bali, the Bab Guissa gate will bring you to the Marinid Tombs: from atop this hill, the view over Fes and the Sebou Valley is magnificent. You will be taken to the tomb of the city founder "Moulay Idriss II" as well as the fourteenth century water clock; Dar El-Magana. In one of the traditional restaurant inside the womb of the old medina, you can have a delicious Moroccan dishes for lunch. After getting some rest, you pursuit your magical tour by visiting the Najarine Fountain, fondouk home to the Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts, the Old Harem and the Batha Museum. After watching the beautiful sunset over the city and the region surrounding, the tour guide will take you back to your hotel to get a warm shower and spend the night there.

Day 7: Fes - Chefchaouen

Waking up early in the seventh day to enjoy the sunrise over the city’s ramparts and have a delicious breakfast. We head to the city of Chefchaouen;"The blue Pearl". It’s called the blue city for its blue colored traditional buildings in the Rif Mountains. Passing by some of the loveliest stretch of landscape we have seen in Morocco so far, the city is just in the south of the Mediterranean coastline in northwest Morocco. Chefchaouen the secretive offers a stunning panorama over the Laou Valley that makes you feel like you are in front of a fabulous abstract painting with beautiful monotone colors. The Kasbah is a natural haven of freshness in the heart of the city. You have to climb to the top of the tower to admire the medina. The edifice harbours an Andalusian museum and its colourful garden. With its peaceful atmosphere, the blue city offers all the simple charms of an artisan’s town.Strolling around the small shops allow you to get some beautiful souvenirs specifically made from the town such as wool garments, wool winter djellaba as well as woven rugs, blankets and other products. chefchaouen medina has a Spanish-style square surrounded by many funky arts and crafts stores. You will spend a calm night in this small city as scheduled in your journey.

Day 8: Chefchaouen - Volubilis and Meknes - Rabat

In the morning of the next day and after having a delicious breakfast, you can enjoy the panoramic view of the sun clinging to the two horned mountain (Jebel Ech Chaouen). Then we rush out to the Roman ruins of Volubillis; a historical city that shares its name with a pretty blue flower. The relics left behind unveil all of the mysteries of the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean before the eyes of travellers. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. It’s an opportunity to discover the roman ruins and learn about the archeological site of Moroccan history. The historical sites dates back to the Stone Age and make you feel the humble life of ancestors since the city bears the marks of several civilizations. The ruins are immense and they evoke a great Roman city, with public buildings, temples, villas, and shopping streets. It’s a place that deserves to be memorized via the lenses of your cameras by beautiful pictures in there. After lunch we will proceed to Rabat, the political capital city of Morocco. Once you are there don’t miss the mysterious Hassan tower at the sunset. All you need to do is walk up the Bouregreg on the boulevard Tarik al Marsa. This unfinished 12th century minaret has become Rabat’s lost recognizable landmark, a masterpiece of traditional Moroccan art. After having dinner we will take you straight away to your accommodations to have a warm shower and get some sleep for the night.

Day 9: Rabat - Casablanca

After having breakfast in the morning of the ninth day, we will drive to Casablanca via the highway. Once we are there, you will find a local tour guide waiting for you in the city center in order to take you for an attractive tour through the most beautiful sites of Casablanca. It is the emblem of modern Morocco. It is an utterly surprising city, and you will be charmed by its many faces. Casablanca owes its name and development to sultan Mohammed Ben Abdallah who, in the 17th century baptised it Dar El Beïda (the white house). Hassan the 2nd Mosque as the most gigantic one in all over the kingdom and Africa is going to be your starting point in Casa. It is an opportunity to learn more and more about the countless features making Moroccan history along with its culture and customs. You can also visit the central market, where you can enjoy a brief shopping activity, Mohamed V Square and the celebrated “Palace des nations UNI”; a very active space of Casablanca town Centre. The park of the Arabic League is without context the most beautiful walk the city has to offer. A great photo opportunity! The central path is lined with enormous palm trees. Take a coffee pause on a shaded terrace in the middle of Casablanca’s art deco quarter. After having dinner in one of the luxury restaurant in Casablanca, the tour guide will take you back to the hotel so as to have a warm shower and spend a peaceful night in tranquility.

Day 10: Casablanca - Airport

Depending on the timing of your flight, the tenth day of your long trip comes as well as the end. We will take you to the airport for the checking in and assistance with the boarding formalities for your flight back to your Mother country putting in your mind that Morocco will be always your second host country.

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What is Include


Transport in comfortable A/C vehicle
Professional driver / guide speaking Your language
Accommodation in Hotels / riads
Dinners and breakfasts

Not Include:

Lunches and drinks
Plane tickets to and from Morocco
Travel insurance
What is not included in program

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