7 Days Tour from Casablanca

Experience the wonders of Morocco on a 7-day tour from Casablanca to Marrakech. Discover the famous landmarks of Casablanca and Rabat, explore the mesmerizing blue city of Chefchaouen and vibrant Fes on a guided tour.

Get ready for an unforgettable experience as you venture into the Merzouga desert, ride camels across Erg Chebbi, and spend a night camping under the starry sky.

Our carefully curated 7-day Morocco tour from Casablanca ensures you experience the magic of Kasbahs (castles), picturesque gorges, and scenic valleys before reaching the vibrant city of Marrakech.

Join us on this 7-day private Casablanca tour and allow us to take care of all the details, so you can fully immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of Morocco.

7 Days Tour from Casablanca Highlights:

Day 1: Arrival to Casablanca

Welcome to the vibrant city of Casablanca! Your journey begins with a pickup from the airport, port, or your accommodation in Casablanca. If you arrive early, we will have enough time to explore Casablanca, renowned as Morocco’s major economic hub and the country’s largest city.

Here are the things you will see and enjoy on your first day of your 7 days tour from Casablanca:

Visit Hassan II Mosque

Our exciting adventure should start by catching the breathtaking sunrise at the Hassan II Mosque – the main attraction in Casablanca. The Hassan II Mosque is the largest mosque in Morocco and one of the largest in the world. The mosque proudly overlooks the captivating Atlantic Ocean.

It is not only a religious site, but also a marvel of architecture and craftsmanship. Its intricate design, splendid minaret towering 210 meters high, and the mesmerizing exterior and interior showcase the rich traditions of Moroccan architecture, combining influences from Moorish, Andalusian, and Islamic design elements.

You will have the opportunity to explore the mosque, learn about its history and significance, and witness the devotion and spirituality of the local worshippers.

After the mosque visit, we will give you some free time to enjoy a delicious lunch at one of Casablanca’s local eateries

Stroll the Corniche of Casablanca

Then we will explore the city. As you navigate through the city’s bustling streets, our knowledgeable guide will share fascinating stories, historical insights, and interesting facts about the city.

We will also take you to the famous Corniche of Casablanca, a picturesque promenade that stretches alongside the coastline. Feel free to take a stroll along the palm-lined boulevard while enjoying the stunning views of the Atlantic ocean, and breathe in the refreshing sea breeze.

The Corniche is also dotted with trendy cafes, restaurants, and shops, where you can indulge in some local delicacies or find unique souvenirs to take back home. It’s the perfect place to relax and soak up the lively atmosphere of the city.

As the day comes to an end, we will ensure you have a comfortable overnight stay at a carefully selected hotel in Casablanca, so you can rest and prepare for the exciting experiences that await you on the following day of our tour.

Day 2: Casablanca - Rabat the capital - Chefchaouen

In the morning, after a refreshing breakfast, we will leave Casablanca and make our way to Rabat (86 km away), the capital city of Morocco. Rabat is one of the imperial cities and is located on the northwest coast of the country.

If you have an appreciation for history, architecture, or nature, Rabat will find a way to seduce you. Below, we have outlined the activities that we have planned for our time in this enchanting city.

Hassan Tower

Our first stop in Rabat is the iconic Hassan Tower. Built in the 12th century, the tower was intended to be the minaret of the largest mosque in the entire world. Sadly,the project was left unfinished due to the untimely death of the Moroccan ruler, Yacoub al-Mansour, who initiated its construction.

Nonetheless, you can still appreciate the captivating charm of this incomplete masterpiece. Take a leisurely stroll around the premises and marvel at the complex patterns adorning the tower. Plus, you’ll find meticulously arranged pillars symmetrically positioned on the ground, adding to the allure of this site.

Visit The Mausoleum of Mohammed V

Just in front of the unfinished minaret lies the beautiful tomb of King Mohammed V and his two sons. Step inside to pay your respects and admire the beautifully adorned tombs. The craftsmanship and attention to detail displayed here is truly remarkable.

Wander the Kasbah of Oudaya

Next on our itinerary is the Kasbah of Oudaya, a 12th century fortified city located on a hill overlooking the Bou Regreg River. It was where the original city of Rabat was built.

This UNESCO World Heritage Site boasts narrow alleyways rimmed with Andalusian-style houses and gardens, and stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean from Kasbah’s lookout point.

This is a prime area for a meandering stroll, with plenty of photo opportunities within the traditional blue-and-white painted buildings. During the walk you will also visit the Museum of Oudaya, which displays a collection of Moroccan art and artifacts.

Visit Blue city of Chefchaouen

After savoring the delights of Rabat, we will have some free time for lunch. In the afternoon, our journey continues as we head north through Ouazzane to reach the enchanting Blue City of Chefchaouen (253 km away).

Chefchaouen is renowned for its mesmerizing blue-painted buildings and labyrinthine alleyways. We will settle in for the night in a hotel. Prepare to be captivated by the unique ambience of this azure-hued paradise.

Day 3: Chefchaouen - the Roman ruins of Volubilis - Meknes - Fes

After enjoying a delicious breakfast, take some time to explore the stunning blue-painted buildings and winding alleyways of Chefchaouen offering plenty of photo opportunities and a distinct atmosphere.

Immerse yourself in the laid-back vibe of the city, visit local shops offering unique handicrafts, and perhaps indulge in some local delicacies at one of the traditional cafes.

Roman ruins of Volubilis

Next, we embark on a scenic drive 140 km east of Chefchaouen to the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Volubilis is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-preserved ancient Roman ruins in North Africa.

As you explore the site, marvel at the well-preserved mosaics, grand archways, and ancient pillars. These remnants provide a fascinating glimpse into the Roman era and its influence in this region.

Meknes City

Continuing our journey, we will drive 30 km to visit Meknes, known as one of Morocco’s imperial cities and the former capital during the reign of Sultan Moulay Ismail.

Explore the impressive historical sites, starting with the grand entrance of Bab Al-Mansour, an iconic gateway adorned with intricate tilework and decorative motifs.

Visit the Sahrij Souani basin, an impressive water reservoir built to supply the city with water during dry seasons. Discover the royal stables, where thousands of horses were once housed, and learn about the architectural and engineering feats of Moulay Ismail at the granary.

Finally, visit the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, the final resting place of the Sultan.

As the day draws to a close, we drive 64 km east of Meknes to Fes, another of Morocco’s imperial cities. Settle into a comfortable Riad for an overnight stay.

Day 4: Explore Fes with a Local Guide

The fourth day of our 7 days tour from Casablanca kicks off with a captivating guided tour of Fes. With the assistance of a knowledgeable local guide, we will delve into the enchanting sights and intriguing stories this imperial city has to offer.

Visit Royal Palace Gate

We will begin our day by visiting the Royal Palace gate, an impressive entrance built in1960s. This remarkable entrance is part of the grand Dar al-Makhzen, the royal palace of the King of Morocco.

The Royal Palace gate is renowned for being one of the seven impressive gates that adorn the palace. Although tourists cannot explore the grounds of the palace, you can still admire the magnificent architecture and take photos of the ornate gate.

Admire the Blue Gate (Bab Boujloud)

In the next part of our itinerary, we have the pleasure of exploring the famous Blue Gate, commonly referred to as Bab Boujloud. This significant entrance serves as the gateway to the historical Medina of Fes. The gate is adorned with intricate blue mosaic tilework, offering a splendid introduction to the enchanting world within.


Then we will enter the well-preserved medieval Medina of Fes, which is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Medina is a labyrinthine maze of narrow alleyways, bustling souks (markets), and stunning historical buildings, making it an incredibly authentic and vibrant place to visit.

While here we will visit the renowned Medrasa Bouanania, a magnificent Islamic school dating back to the 14th century.

Then we head to The Najjarine Fountain, a beautiful historic fountain located in the heart of the medina (old city). It was built in the 18th century and is a fine example of Moorish architecture and craftsmanship featuring intricate tile work and carved plaster.

Another intriguing sight inside the Medina is the traditional tanneries, where animal hides are transformed into colorful leather products. Witness the age-old tanning process as craftsmen work diligently in large vats filled with vibrant dyes.

Our tour of Medina will culminate with a visit to the Quaraouiyine Mosque and University, which holds the distinction of being the oldest continuously operating university in the world.

This architectural marvel dates back to the 9th century and showcases a beautiful blend of Islamic art and Moroccan craftsmanship. Although non-Muslims are not permitted to enter the mosque itself, they can appreciate its grandeur from the outside.

Jewish Quarter (Mellah)

To round off the tour, we will leave Medina to explore the Jewish quarter, also known as the Mellah. This historic neighborhood showcases the city’s cultural diversity of Fes, where Jewish traditions have merged harmoniously with Moroccan life.

The neighborhood features a synagogue, traditional houses, and narrow streets lined with shops selling traditional Jewish crafts.

Day 5: Fes - Ifrane - Cedar forest - Midelt - Ziz Valley - Merzouga Sahara

After a hearty breakfast, our journey takes us south through picturesque landscapes and stunning natural wonders.

After about 53 km we will make our first stop at Ifrane, known as the “Switzerland of Morocco” due to its cool climate, snow-capped mountains, and alpine-style architecture.

Cedar Forest

Continuing our adventure (18 km), we make our way to the captivating Cedar Forest. Here, you will find yourself surrounded by majestic cedar trees that are home to a thriving population of Barbary macaques.

Feel free to interact with these friendly creatures and explore the enchanting forest as you feed them. This is a perfect opportunity to connect with nature and experience the wonders of Morocco’s wildlife.


124 km of our journey then leads us to Midelt, where we will have a leisurely break for lunch. Take some time to savor local delicacies and soak in the vibrant ambiance of this town nestled between the Middle Atlas and High Atlas mountain ranges.

Visit Midelt

After exploring the forests, we will keep driving for 124 km till we arrive in Midelt, a town located in the high Atlas Mountains. This is the perfect place to take a break and enjoy some delicious local cuisine for lunch.

Ziz Valley

We then venture further crossing the scenic Tizi-n-Tilghmt pass and following the breathtaking Ziz Valley. With its stunning panoramic views and lush greenery, this valley is a true paradise for nature enthusiasts.

We will make several stops along the way to fully absorb the magnificence of this picturesque landscape.

Merzouga Sahara Experience

In the afternoon, we will finally arrive in Merzouga (197 km away), the gateway to the Sahara Desert. Prepare yourself for an extraordinary experience as we ride camels and traverse the golden sands of the desert.

We will make a stop atop a majestic dune to witness the mesmerizing desert sunset. This will undoubtedly be a highlight of your journey, and you’ll be captivated by the ever-changing colors painting the sky.

The adventure continues as we make our way to the desert camp for an unforgettable overnight experience under the starry blanket of the desert sky. Enjoy the rhythmic beats of the Berber drums, indulge in a delicious dinner, and dance your heart out around the campfire.

Overnight in the camp which is a blend of traditional nomadic tents with the comforts of a luxury hotel, providing you with a one-of-a-kind experience.

Day 6: Merzouga Sahara - Rissani - Erfoud - Todra Gorges - Dades Valley

To truly capture the essence of the desert, it is best that you wake up early to experience the breathtaking sunrise over the dunes.

After savoring these unique moments, a delightful breakfast awaits. Afterwards, you will embark on your return journey to Merzouga on a camel, where your knowledgeable driver will be waiting for you to continue our planned one-week itinerary in Morocco, from Merzouga to Dades Valley.


Our first destination today is Rissani town (232 km away), once an important trading hub along the trans-Saharan caravan routes, and remnants of its grand past can still be seen in the old ksar (fortified village) and historic buildings.

We will explore the vibrant local market (open on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays). You can find a variety of traditional crafts, spices, and local goods. This is a great opportunity to interact with the friendly locals.


After a stroll in Rissani souk, we drive 22 km to Erfoud, a city famous for its fossil discoveries including ammonites, trilobites, and dinosaur bones.

We will visit a local fossil factory and witness the intricate process of transforming fossils into beautiful artifacts

Todra Gorges

Leaving Erfoud, we will drive through Touroug and Tinjdad palm groves heading towards the Todra Gorges (155 km away). The Todra river has curved out a grand canyon through the mountains for centuries making a high (impressive heights reaching up to 300 meters in some places) red cliff-sided canyon.

We will have the opportunity to hike along the winding paths that lead us through the narrow canyons, surrounded by breathtaking views of dramatic rock formations and lush vegetation.

The Todra River still flows through the valley, adding a refreshing touch to the landscape. We will have free time for lunch and enough time to absorb the beauty of this natural wonder and capture memorable photos. Free time for lunch in a restaurant.

Dades Valley

Our final destination for the day will be Dades Valley (85 km away), often referred to as the “Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs.” This scenic valley is filled with stunning landscapes, expansive palmeries (palm groves), and ancient kasbahs (fortified villages).

We will make several stops including the monkey fingers rock formation. This natural wonder resembles fingers reaching towards the sky, creating a stunning sight to behold.

In the late afternoon, we will arrive at our accommodation in Dades Valley, where you can relax and enjoy a traditional Moroccan dinner.

Day 7: Dades Valley -Rose Valley - Palm Groves of Skoura - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah - Telouet - High Atlas Mountains - Marrakech

On the final day of our 7-day tour from Casablanca to Marrakech, we will travel from the beautiful Dades Valley to the lively city of Marrakech. But before reaching Marrakech, we will have the chance to visit various well-known places en route.

Rose Valley

We will continue for 43 km to the Rose Valley, famous for its fragrant rose gardens and annual rose festival held annually in May.

Here, we will have the opportunity to learn about the traditional rose water production and maybe even get a chance to purchase some beautifully scented souvenirs.


We then drive 99 km through the Palm Groves of Skoura, a lush oasis dotted with thousands of palm trees to reach Ouarzazate, known as the “Hollywood of Morocco”.

This city has served as a backdrop for many famous movies due to its stunning landscapes and ancient kasbahs. We will visit the famous Atlas Film Studios, where many renowned international films have been shot, and get a glimpse into the world of filmmaking.

Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah

Then we depart to visit Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah (30 km away). This ancient fortified city is a UNESCO site and has been featured in numerous films, including “Gladiator” and “Game of Thrones.”

Marvel at the stunning mud-brick buildings and soak in the ancient atmosphere of this well-preserved kasbah.

High Atlas Mountains

Leaving Ait Ben Haddou behind, we will drive through the majestic High Atlas Mountains. Marvel at the breathtaking scenery of snow-capped peaks, deep valleys, and picturesque Berber villages nestled in the mountainside.

We will cross the Tizi n’Tichka pass, the highest mountain pass in Morocco at an elevation of 2,260 meters.


Finally after driving 182 km, we will arrive in Marrakech, where our driver will drop you off at your accommodation or at the airport. This concludes the 7-day Morocco tour.

Note:This tour can be modified according to your preferences and time constraints. Our experienced team will be happy to discuss any changes or additions you would like to make to the itinerary.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some frequently asked questions you might have in mind.

Can you go to the desert from Casablanca?

Absolutely! Embark on an exciting safari from Casablanca and experience the breathtaking beauty of the Sahara. Don’t miss out on this incredible adventure –Book your tour now!

What to avoid in Casablanca?

To prevent any issues, tourists in Casablanca should refrain from disrespecting Islam, eating with their left hand, wearing beachwear outside of the beach, and walking alone at night, particularly for women.

Is 7 days enough in Morocco?

A week in Morocco is enough to explore multiple regions or delve deeper into one or two locations.

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