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With our 7-day Morocco itinerary, go on an enthralling 7-day Morocco itinerary from Casablanca. Discover a variety of fascinating locations throughout the course of these 7 days and 6 nights.

Before traveling to Rabat, Morocco's capital, and Chefchaouen, the fabled blue city, start your tour in Casablanca. Learn about the historical city of Meknes, the ancient Roman remains of Volubilis, and the vibrant cultural center of Fes.

Visit Ifrane, often referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco, and the lovely cedar forest as you go south. Discover Midelt, the beautiful Ziz Valley, the authentic market in Rissani, and the fossil-rich Erfoud.

The highlight is in store for you at Merzouga, the Sahara Desert, where you may ride camels, stay in a luxurious tent, and take in the beautiful desert sunrises and sunsets.

Visit the breathtaking Todra and Dades Gorges and the storied Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah to continue your tour. Cross the Tizi-n-Tichka pass and the High Atlas mountains on the way back.

Take a guided tour of the dynamic city of Marrakech to round off your unforgettable 7-day in Morocco. An amazing study of Morocco's varied landscapes, rich history, and alluring culture is guaranteed by this 7-day Morocco itinerary.


  • Casablanca:  Start your trip in this busy city and look around at its modern and old sights.
  • Rabat:  Visit the capital of Morocco to learn about its long heritage and to see the oldest ruins and other historic places.
  • Chefchaouen:  Check out the beautiful buildings and unique atmosphere of the charming blue city.
  • Volubilis:  The Roman remains of Volubilis, which are a UNESCO World Heritage site, will take you back in time.
  • Meknes:  Explore this ancient city, which is known for its beautiful buildings and cultural importance.
  • Fes:  Spend time in the cultural center of Morocco, with its old medina and busy souks.
  • Ifrane:  Visit the "Switzerland of Morocco" and see its beautiful scenery and lovely towns.
  • Sahara Desert (Merzouga):  You can ride camels, camp out under the stars, and see amazing sunsets and sunrises in the desert.
  • Todra and Dades Gorges: Look at the beautiful rock shapes and scenery.
  • Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah:  Visit this old walled village, which is on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
  • High Atlas Mountains:  The Tizi-n-Tichka pass is part of the beautiful mountain range that you have to cross.
  • Marrakech:  Take a guided tour of this busy city full of lively markets, historic sites, and cultural activities to end your 7-day Morocco itinerary.


  • Specialized bilingual driver
  • Private Transport with fuel
  • Transportation service for both pickup and drop-off is provided
  • Accommodation
  • Breakfasts
  • Each participant will have the opportunity to ride a camel and witness the sunrise or sunset
  • Entrance fees
  • Lunches
  • Drinks


Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca

On the first day of your 7-day Morocco itinerary, we pick you up early from the airport, the port, or your Casablanca lodging. The biggest city in Morocco and the country's economic hub is Casablanca. The Hassan II mosque, which is Morocco's biggest mosque, will be our first stop. It is situated on a peninsula on the city's west coast with a view of the Atlantic Ocean. Lunch is available at your leisure. Then we go on a city tour and stop by the magnificent Cornish of Casablanca. Hotel stay for the night.

Day 2: Casablanca ~ Rabat the capital ~ Chefchaouen

After breakfast on the second day of our 7-day Morocco itinerary, we go by road to Rabat. The capital at the time was located in this city, one of Morocco's imperial cities. It may be found in Morocco's northwest. The Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V are among the city's highlights that you will see. The Oudaya Kasbah is another. Lunch is available at your leisure. To go to Chefchaouen, the Blue City, we travel via Ouazzane in the late afternoon. The Rif Mountains surround the city, which is well-known for its blue-painted houses and streets. Stay the night at a hotel.

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

On the third day of our 7-day Morocco itinerary, After breakfast, you can walk around the beautiful alleys of Chefchaouen, the "Blue City." Then we drive to Volubilis to see the old Roman sites there. It is well taken care of because UNESCO has named it a World Heritage Site. It has old pillars and archways, as well as many beautiful tiles that are spread around. We drive 30 km to Meknes after walking through the sites. People think of the city as the capital of the Ismailis and one of the royal towns. In this episode, we visit Bab Al-Mansour, Sahrij Souani pond, the Royal stables, and the granary. And the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. We then go to Fes. Spend the night in a Riad.

Day 4 : Guided tour through Fes

On the fourth day of our 7-day tour of Morocco, we have a local guide show us the highlights of Fes City. The city is the cultural and religious heart of Morocco as well as one of the royal towns.

First, we visit the Royal Palace gate to start the day. Then there is the well-preserved ancient Medina, which is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. You'll go to the Blue Gate, also called Bab Boujloud, which is the entrance to the old Medina, which looks like a maze of streets and alleys. You'll go into the Medina to see the Medrasa Bouanania, the Najjarine pond, and the tanneries. And finally, the Quaraouin mosque and university is the world's oldest university. Then we leave the Medina to go to the Jewish area, which is also called "the Mellah." Then, we drive to an old fortress with a great view of the Medina and the rest of Fes. Last, go back to your Riad.

Day 5 : Fes ~ Ifrane ~ Cedars forest~ Midelt ~ Ziz valley ~ Merzouga Sahara

On the fifth day of our 7-day tour in Morocco from Casablanca, After breakfast, we drive through Imouzzer on our way south to Ifrane. The city is known for its cold weather, snow, and houses built in an alpine style. It's easy to see why they call it the Switzerland of Morocco. Then we go to the cedars forest, where the Barbary macaques live. You can feed them as you walk through the forest. Later, we'll keep going to Midelt, where we'll have lunch on our own. Then, we drive through the Tizi-n-Tilghmt pass and along the Ziz Valley to get to Merzouga. With stops for views from afar.

In the afternoon, we get to Merzouga in the Sahara desert, where we switch to camels to cross the sandy desert. You'll stop on top of a high hill to watch the sun go down. Lastly, you keep going to the camp. Which is a mix of the traditional huts gypsies live in and the comfort of a hotel. Where you can dance around a campfire to the music of Berber drums while looking up at a huge sky full of stars. Dinner and a night's sleep at the camp.

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

On the sixth day of the 7 days desert tour from Casablanca, In the middle of the desert, you have to get up early in the morning to see the beautiful sunrise. Breakfast time on your own. Then you ride horses back to Merzouga, where your driver awaits you. Then we leave the desert to go to Rissani town, which used to be Tafilalet's capital. Rissani is still an important place to do business in the area. It has a big souk that is busy three days a week.

After taking a walk through the Rissani souk, we go to Erfoud to see one of the preserved marble shops there. Then, to get to the Todra Gorges, we drive through Touroug and Tinjdad palm groves. As the Todra River flows through the mountains, it has made a huge tunnel. Making a red river with high red cliffs. These valleys are perfect for people who like to climb on rocks. Feel free to walk around in the canyons and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Time to go out to lunch on your own. Then we keep going through Boumalne Dades to the Dades Valley. After that, we stopped at the "Monkey Fingers" rock creation and a place with a view of the Dades Valley. Last but not least, dinner and a night in a hotel.

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

On our last day in Morocco, we continue our trip to Kalaa Magouna to see the Rose Valley. Every May, there is a Rose Festival. Where people from the area sell rose-related goods. From rose water, oil, and perfumes to cosmetics. Then, to get to Ouarzazate, we drive through the palm fields of Skoura. Next, we go to the studios where well-known movies were made.

After that, we go to the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. A protected town that UNESCO has named a World Heritage Site. Also, the Kasbah has been in many movies, like Gladiator, Alexander, The Mummy, and many more. And TV shows like "Game of Thrones." Then we keep going to Marrakech by driving through the High Atlas Mountains and the Tizi-N-Tichka pass. There will be breaks for food and to take pictures at places that look interesting. When we get to Marrakech, we drop you off at the airport or at your hotel. The 7-day Morocco itinerary is over.


Questions & Answers

Is sandboarding available in the Merzouga desert?

Sandboarding is possible in the Erg Chebbi dunes of the Merzouga desert.

What is the duration of the camel trek in Merzouga desert?

The duration of the camel trek in the Merzouga desert can vary, but it generally lasts between one to two hours.

Are the tents at the desert camp private or shared?

The tents at the desert camp are always private, but there is a distinction between standard and luxury camps. In the standard camp, the bathroom facilities are shared, while in the luxury camp, the tents have private ensuite bathrooms.

Can I trust that my luggage will be secure during my stay in the Sahara desert?

Rest assured that we will transport all your luggage to the camp, ensuring that it will be waiting for you in your tent upon your arrival

Can I find towels and toilet paper provided at the camp?

Certainly, towels and toilet paper are available at the desert camp. However, it is advisable to bring your own as a precautionary measure.

Is there access to electricity at the desert camp?

Yes, the desert camp is powered by solar panels, providing electricity.

What are the essential items to pack for this trip?

Here is a suggested packing list for your Morocco desert tour:
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreen
  • Hat or scarf
  • Comfortable long pants for the camel trek
  • Lightweight long-sleeved shirts
  • Sturdy sandals or shoes
  • Flip flops
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Portable charger
  • First aid kit
  • Small backpack for carrying essentials
  • Wallet for securing valuables such as phones and cards

How can I make a reservation for this tour? What is the cancellation policy?

To confirm your reservation for the Trip, we kindly request a small deposit to be paid via PayPal, Wise, or bank transfer. The remaining balance can be paid in cash at the time of pick-up, in euros, dollars, or dirhams to your driver. Is it possible to pay the entire amount using PayPal? While we usually prefer cash payments to avoid transaction fees and delays associated with PayPal, we can accept complete payments via PayPal in some cases. Please note that a 5% fee will be applied to cover the additional transaction charges. If you prefer this payment method, we recommend arranging the payment prior to the tour. Is it possible to pay the entire amount via Wise or bank transfer? Certainly, we accept the full payment through Wise or bank transfer. However, a 2% surcharge will be applied to cover the transaction fees. Cancellation Policy: To receive a full refund, please cancel your reservation at least 15 days prior to the start date of the tour.

Are there alternative transportation options to reach the camp instead of using camels?

Certainly! For travelers who prefer not to ride camels, we offer the option of transportation in a 4×4 car to transfer you to and from the camp. This alternative mode of transportation is available at no extra cost. Simply inform us of your preference at the time of booking, and we will make the necessary arrangements for your comfortable transfer to the camp.

Is it necessary to bring a sleeping bag for the overnight desert trip in Marrakech?

No, a sleeping bag is not required for the overnight Marrakech desert tour. The desert camp we provide is equipped with all the necessary amenities to ensure your comfort during your stay.


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