8 Days tour from Casablanca

Immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscape and diverse cultural tapestry of Morocco through our 8-day tour. With a focus on creating lasting memories, we invite you to join us on a journey that showcases the vibrant energy of Casablanca, the enchanting allure of the Sahara Desert, and the bustling charm of Fes and Marrakech.

Delve into the labyrinthine medina of Fes, and experience the awe-inspiring dunes of Merzouga. With our focus on providing comfortable accommodations, convenient transportation options, and experienced guides familiar with the local area, we guarantee a smooth and enriching travel experience.

8 Days Tour from Casablanca Highlights:

8-day Tour Program from Casablanca

Day 1: Casablanca - Rabat - Meknes - Fes

Your journey begins in Casablanca, where our driver will collect you up from the airport or your hotel. Following a warm welcome, you’ll head off to see the renowned Hassan II Mosque, one of the world’s biggest.

Then your adventure continues to Rabat, Morocco’s lovely capital city. Here, you’ll discover the impressive Hassan Tower. Then you’ll travel to Fes, making a fascinating stop in Meknes. Finally, you’ll reach Fes, have dinner and spend the night in a Riad.

Day 2: Fes Sightseeing tour with a local guide

Begin your morning with a delightful breakfast before joining a knowledgeable guide for a captivating tour of the historic and famous old city (Medina) of Fes led by a local guide. Explore: Royal Palace, Jewish quarter, and vibrant souks and also a chance to explore the Tanneries. Enjoy an overnight stay in an authentic Riad in Fes.

Day 3: Fes - Azrou (cedar forest) - Midelt - Ziz Valley - Merzouga Desert

Today we continue our 8 day itinerary Morocco and move on from Fes to the Sahara desert via a scenic road that is full of plenty of attractions on the way. Our route includes a visit to Ifrane, often referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco, and a stop at the cedar forest of Azrou to witness playful monkeys.

After that, you’ll drive to Midelt, the apple capital, which is famous for its precious minerals. Continuing our expedition, we’ll traverse Ziz Valley and Erfoud, renowned for their exquisite marble fossils. Enroute we will pass through the lively town of Rissani, renowned for its vibrant souk (market). Finally, we’ll reach Merzouga, have dinner and spend the night in a hotel.

Day 4: Tour around Erg Chebbi Dunes & Visit a Nomad family.

Begin your day with a tasty breakfast, then embark on an incredible adventure through the scenic Erg Chebbi Dunes. Visit nomads in traditional tents, experience captivating Gnawa music, and witness deserted mines and an oasis of palm trees.

As the sun sets, ride camels to a campsite where you’ll enjoy a traditional Moroccan dinner, live music, and a magical night under the stars

Day 5: Merzouga - Rissani Souk - Erfoud - Todra Gorges - Dades Valley

The sunrise over Erg Chebbi’s sand dunes will be breathtaking, so get up early to witness it. Following a shower and breakfast, we will drive to Rissani, where you may have a leisurely stroll around the old market.

Our adventure continues through Erfoud, famous for its marble fossils, and Jorf, known for its irrigation systems. Next on the list is the magnificent Todra Gorges, an impressive canyon shaped by the Todra River. We’ll reach Dades by evening for an overnight stay.

Day 6: Dades - Skoura Oasis - Kasbah Taourirt - Ouarzazate - Marrakech

Start the day with breakfast in Dades. Then, we will drive to Skoura Oasis for a peaceful walk among palm trees.

We then travel to Ouarzazate, also known as the “Hollywood of Morocco”. Visit the renowned Kasbah Taourirt and the Atlas Film Studios, where many famous films were shot.

Continuing our tour, we will visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Ben Hadou. This medieval walled settlement features spectacular mud-brick architecture and has been used as a setting for several films and television shows.

Afterwards, enjoy a scenic drive through the High Atlas Mountains and Tizi N-Tichka pass. End the day in Marrakech, checking into your hotel in the evening.

Day 7: Marrakech sightseeing tour with a local guide

Begin your day with a delicious breakfast before going on a guided tour of the lively Marrakech medina escorted by a knowledgeable local guide.

This tour will take you to all of the historical sites, including breathtaking palaces, gorgeous gardens, and ancient schools. The itinerary includes visits to Majorelle Garden, Jemaa el Fna Square, Saidian Tomba, El Koutoubia, and Menara.

Day 8: Marrakech to Airport

Day 8 marks the conclusion of our 8-day Casablanca desert tour. We guarantee a hassle-free transfer to your hotel or the airport for your convenience.

8 Days Tour from Casablanca Includes and Excludes

8 Days Tour from Casablanca on the Map

Let's Talk more about the key locations on your itinerary for this 8-day tour

Hassan II Mosque

This magnificent mosque is one of the largest in the world and stands as a symbol of Moroccan architecture and Islamic heritage. Completed in 1993, the mosque was designed by French architect Michel Pinseau and showcases a blend of traditional Moroccan Islamic architecture with modern influences.

The Hassan II Mosque is famous for its intricate details, stunning minaret that stands at 210 meters, and remarkable views over the Atlantic Ocean. The mosque is built on a platform that extends out into the sea, creating a surreal experience as visitors witness the waves crashing against the mosque’s foundations.

Hassan Tower

This historical site is the remnants of an unfinished mosque, which was intended to be the largest in the world. Although it was never completed, Hassan Tower remains a symbol of Rabat’s rich architectural heritage. The minaret stands at 44 meters tall and is adorned with beautiful intricate designs.

Royal Palace

This palace serves as the official residence of the King of Morocco and also houses various government offices. It is a splendid architectural masterpiece, blending traditional Moroccan design elements with modern influences.

The palace is surrounded by high walls and guarded by soldiers. While visitors are not allowed inside the palace grounds, it is a sight to behold from the outside.

Jewish quarter

This neighborhood is home to a small but vibrant Jewish community, with a history that dates back several centuries. The Jewish quarter is characterized by its narrow winding streets and buildings painted in cheerful shades of blue and white. It is a peaceful area where synagogues, kosher restaurants, and traditional Jewish shops can be found.

The Tanneries

visitors can witness the traditional process of leather-making, which has remained virtually unchanged for centuries.

High Atlas Mountains

The High Atlas Mountains, also known as the Greater Atlas, are a range of mountains in Morocco, North Africa. They stretch about 1,500 kilometers across Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia, with the highest peak reaching 4,167 meters above sea level. The High Atlas Mountains are characterized by their rugged and rocky terrain, deep valleys, and snow-capped peaks.

Tizi N-Tichka pass

The Tizi N-Tichka pass is a mountain pass located in the High Atlas Mountains. It is the highest pass in Morocco and the main route between the Marrakech region and the city of Ouarzazate. The pass reaches an elevation of 2,260 meters and offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, valleys, and Berber villages.

Majorelle Garden

Beautiful garden with exotic plants, fountains, and vibrant blue buildings, originally owned by French painter Jacques Majorelle.

Jemaa el Fna Square

In the heart of Marrakech, this bustling square is a melting pot of activities and cultures. Here you will encounter snake charmers, street performers, monkey handlers, story tellers, food stalls, and market stalls, representing the vibrant atmosphere of Marrakech.

Saidian Tombs

They are the final resting place of members of the Saadian dynasty, which ruled Morocco from 1554 to 1659. The tombs were rediscovered in 1917 and were restored to their former glory.

Explore the different sections of the tombs including the main chamber, the Hall of Twelve Columns, and several mausoleums that house the remains of the Saadian rulers and their family members.

El Koutoubia

The Koutoubia Mosque is an Islamic mosque located in Marrakech, Morocco. It is one of the largest and most famous mosques in the city and is a well-known landmark. The mosque was built in the 12th century and is known for its distinctive architecture, including its minaret, which stands at 69 meters tall.


Historic pavilion surrounded by a serene pool and gardens, perfect for a relaxing stroll and enjoying scenic views.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is 8 days enough for Morocco?

Eight days is a decent amount of time to explore Morocco, but it depends on what you want to see and do. You can visit big-ticket cities like Casablanca and Fes or spend your time exploring off the beaten path, hiking through villages in lush countryside, and enjoying cultural experiences, including cooking lessons and homestays.

How to plan 7 days in Morocco?

A 7-day itinerary for Morocco could include visiting Tangier, Chefchaouen, Fes, Meknes, Rabat, and Marrakesh. You can also include a visit to the Sahara Desert.

Is Morocco cheap to eat out?

Food plays a big part in Moroccan culture, and if you go where the locals go, it’s accessible and inexpensive. Tasty street-food is served up in stalls all over.

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