Casablanca desert tours 14 days


your trip to Morocco sounds like it will be a diverse and exciting journey that will take you through a range of different environments and cultures. You'll start in Marrakech, a bustling and vibrant city with a rich history and culture, then travel to Essaouira, a coastal town known for its relaxed atmosphere and charming medina. From there, you'll head to Merzouga, a desert region with towering sand dunes and traditional Berber villages, followed by a visit to Fes, a city steeped in history and home to the oldest university in the world. After that, you'll travel to Chefchaoun, a mountain town famous for its blue-painted houses and charming streets, before ending your trip in Rabat and Casablanca, two of Morocco's most important cities

Departure Pick up from your accommodation .
Departure Time Pick up arround 7 Am
Languages English, French, Italian ,Arabic
  • 1 Bottles of water each person per Day
  • 2 Breakfasts and 2 Dinner
  • Local guide in fez and Marrakech
  • An experienced, English-speaking tour guide/driver.
  • 1 night Accommodation as per the itinerary
  • 1 night luxury camps and Camel ride ,4*4 ride in the duns
  • Transportation carried out by a private vehicle
  • Both international and domestic flights.
  • Lunch and other meals not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entrance fees to the historical and other sites mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Anything mentioned optional in the itinerary.

Tour Timeline

  • 1

    Our driver will meet you at the airport and take you to visit the famous Hassan 2 Mosque, the ocean view, the Houbouss neighborhood, the Mahkama du Pacha, and the old Medina. Today will not be charged since you just landed on , you can ask your private driver take you to a restaurant or if you need to buy some snacks in your hotel way Overnight Casablanca.

  • 2

    Today it’s up to you if you want to drive back to Marrakech early or afternoon , depending if you feel you want to spend more time in Casablanca or by the sea , driving to Marrakech takes 3 hours highway . If you early Marrakech you can do hotel check in and ask your driver to drop you at the famous square of ‘jamae lfna . Overnight Marrakech.

  • 3

    Our journey starts after breakfast This morning you meet your local guide for a visit , He will tell you the whole story of Marrakech and There are many visits to do in Marrakech , visiting the Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs, and the Koutoubia Mosque. You can also explore the Medina, which is the historic old city and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The souks (markets) in the Medina offer a wide variety of goods, including textiles, ceramics, and spices. Outdoor activities include visiting the Majorelle Garden and the Menara Gardens. At the end of the day you can experience the traditional hammam (bathhouse) or enjoy a traditional Moroccan meal. Overnight Marrakech

  • 4

    Today we will embark on a 7-hour journey from Marrakech to Boumalne Dades. Along the way, you will witness a diverse array of landscapes and sights such as the High Atlas Mountains and the Tizi n'Tichka pass. We will take a lunch break in the small village of Ait Ben Hadou, known for its rich history. After lunch, we will visit the inside of a traditional Berber village kasbah. Next, we will head to Ourzazat and stop at the cinema studio, where many famous movies have been filmed. We will also visit the Dades River valley, where you will see traditional kasbahs and fortresses. On the way to Boumalne Dades, we will pass through Kalaat M'Gouna, famous for its annual rose festival. You can see rose gardens and fields, and also purchase rose products such as oil. Once we reach Boumalne Dades, you will check into your hotel and have the evening to refresh. Overnight boumalen dades

  • 5

    This morning, we will set out on a journey from Boumalne Dades to Merzouga, starting at 8:00 am. Our goal is to reach Merzouga before sunset in order to have a camel trek experience. Our first stop will be Todra Gorge, a scenic canyon located in the eastern part of the High Atlas mountains. The gorge is known for its towering red rock cliffs, which reach heights of up to 160 meters. You will see a variety of natural formations, such as rock arches, narrow passageways, and steep-sided canyons. The canyon is also home to a variety of plant and animal life, including palm trees, olive trees, and a variety of birds. The Todgha River runs through the gorge. We will pass through Tinghir, a town located at the foot of the Todra Gorge. Our next stop is Erfoud, a small town known for its fossil mines which produce various types of fossils, including trilobites, ammonites, and fish fossils. Our final destination is the Sahara desert (Merzouga). The 4*4 jeep will be waiting for you at the edge of the sand dunes to take you deep into the dunes for a sunset camel trek. The accommodation for tonight is provided by Bek Ben Travel, including dinner and breakfast. After dinner, you can enjoy a bonfire and a party with barber music and dancing.

  • 6

    Wake up early to catch the sunrise over the dunes breakfast after you back to you camp Get ready to explore the dunes accompanied by an expert guide and enjoy a beautiful sunset over the mountains of sand by hiring a 4*4 jeep In this type of exploring you will discover not only the desert but also the surroundings of Merzouga. The adventure includes stops at points of interest such as: visit the lead mines of Mifis, visit the seasonal lake, visit khamlia where the gnaws music is born , meet the nomadic families of the desert or visit the Hassi Labied village with its gardens. Today our lunch will be a local meal (Berber pizza) with a Berber family . You have the option also to visit the old city of Rissani, the foundation of the Alaouite dynasty – the current ruling royal family in Morocco. Rissani is surrounded by about 360 ksar (a fortified village with many towers) or spend the rest of the day chill in desert Overnight merzouga by bek Ben travel

  • 7

    We'll begin our day early to see the sunrise over the desert. After breakfast, we'll return to our van in Merzouga by camel or jeep, depending on the time. Once you're refreshed, we'll continue our journey towards Fes. We'll cross the Tafilalet palm grove and the Ziz Valley to arrive at Azrou, where we will make a brief stop in the cedar forest to spot monkeys in the wild. We'll continue through Ifran “the European city “ the second cleanest city after Genève and arrive in Fez in the late evening. Overnight fes

  • 8

    Explore the Old Town, also known as Fes el Bali, and delve into its rich history with a guide. Immerse yourself in the winding streets and alleys, passing by donkeys carrying goods and visiting the various sections of the souk, including medresses, dye-pits, and stalls selling fruits, herbs, and soups. Experience the sights, sounds, and smells of the city as you hear stories of its past and visit notable landmarks such as Al-Attarine Madrasa, the tanneries, and the beautifully restored 18th-century inn, Funduk Nejjarine.

  • 9

    After breakfast in fes we’ll drive to cross the Rif Mountain town of Chefchaouen , and spend the day exploring the fabulous blue and white architecture, a peaceful medina, and local landmarks. Before we head up to chefchaoun we stop for lunch Later You'll have free time to see Chefchaouen at your own pace , whether you visit the Grand Mosque « Spanish mosque « and Kasbah Museum, or simply enjoy the atmosphere in a local coffee Feel free to spend the evening walking and discover Overnight chefchaouen

  • 10

    Make the most of your afternoon by continuing to discover the city. Take the chance to capture more photos of the city's blue-tinted buildings, purchase locally made crafts, or simply relax at a café and savor the moment as time goes by. If you are sunset/sunrise sights lovers the best second view after the view of desert is the Spanish mosque which located in the top of the mountain Overnight chefchaoun.

  • 11

    Today morning After breakfast we will drive to Rabat the capital of Morocco Today we’ll see a variety of sights while traveling from Chefchaouen to Rabat such The Rif Mountains, which are a range of mountains located in northern Morocco known for their natural beauty and hiking opportunities. The city of Rabat, which is the capital city of Morocco and known for its rich history and cultural heritage, architecture, and landmarks such as the Hassan Tower, Oudaya Kasbah, and the mausoleum of Mohamed V. Overnight Rabat

  • 12
    DAY 12 : RABAT

    Today, we have a lot to see. We'll start our day by visiting the Royal Palace of Rabat, which is the official residence of the King of Morocco. Next, we'll head to the Hassan Tower and the adjacent Mausoleum of Mohammed V. These two sites are considered to be the most important historical and cultural landmarks in Rabat. After that, we'll take a break for lunch at a traditional Moroccan restaurant, such as Dar Bahia or Le Jardin des roses. Following lunch, we'll visit the Kasbah of the Udayas, an ancient fortress that offers stunning views of the city and the ocean. Next, we'll head to the Chellah, an ancient Roman city that has been converted into a garden and archaeological site. To end the day, we'll take a leisurely stroll along the Bouregreg River and enjoy the sunset. Finally, we'll have dinner in one of the seafood restaurants on the Corniche. Overnight Rabat

  • 13

    Begin your morning with a scenic drive along the coastline to Casablanca the commercial capital. visiting the largest mosque in Africa and the second largest in the world. Afterwards, take a tour of the ramparts and walls that surround the Royal Palace in Casablanca. Afterwards Visit The Old Medina of Casablanca's , old town is a maze of narrow streets and traditional buildings. Visitors can explore the traditional markets, shops, and restaurants in the medina visit The United Nations Square One of the most iconic and beautiful squares in Casablanca. see the spectacular Hassan II Fountain, the largest fountain in Africa, and the impressive Royal Theater. Visit The Corniche This is the seaside promenade where you can enjoy a stroll along the ocean and see the city's impressive skyline. Overnight Casablanca

  • 14

    Today marks the end of your trip. Breakfast will be served before check-out, which is typically at 12:00 PM. You are welcome to depart at any time after that up to your flight time . we hope to see you again soon in Morocco.