15 Day Morocco Imperial Cities From Casablanca

Embark on a 15-day 14 Night, journey through the regions known for its beauty in Morocco, filled with stunning landscapes and cultural wonders.

  • The 15-day tour from Casablanca offers an incredible opportunity to explore the diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Morocco. Starting from the bustling city of Casablanca, you will embark on a journey that encompasses various cities, towns, and natural wonders.
  • Enjoy a spectacular sunset & sunrise Camel ride.
  • Spend an overnight in a nomadic desert camp.
  • Visit Talioun and Taroudant.
  • Explore the coastal cities of Agadir and Essaouira.
  • Enjoy Chefchaouen & Its fascinating colors.
  • Visit the secrets of the Fez & Marrakech.
  • Take memorable Pictures with Nomads
  • Travel across the High Atlas Mountains.
  • Visit Mosque Hassan II in Casablanca.
  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou.
  • Explore Dades & Todra Gorges, Palm groves & valleys.
  • Discover Rabat, Meknes & Volubilis attractions.
  • Experience a Camel ride in Merzouga dunes & Experience Sandboarding.

Day 1 : Arrive in Casablanca » Rabat (87 km - 1h)

  • On the first day, a Sahara desert excursions driver/guide will escort you from Casablanca Airport, depending on your flight time. We’ll have time to explore Hassan 2 Mosque before traveling directly to Rabat, where we’ll have an overnight stay.

Day 2 : Rabat » Asillah » Chefchaouen. (254 km - 3h30)

  • Today, we’ll visit Rabat and then travel to Assilah, a coastal city. Afterward, we’ll continue our journey to Chefchaouen, where we’ll spend the night.

Day 3 : Free day in Chefchaouen.

  • Welcome to the captivating city of Chefchaouen, Morocco’s renowned Blue City nestled in the Rif Mountains. Prepare to be mesmerized as you wander through its narrow streets, adorned with walls painted in varying shades of blue and adorned with stunning designs. The ethereal beauty of this place will undoubtedly inspire and enchant you.
    As you continue your exploration, don’t miss the opportunity to ascend the mountains and witness the breathtaking sunset over the Blue City. From this elevated vantage point, the panoramic views will leave you in awe, as the last rays of the sun illuminate the blue walls, creating a magical spectacle.
    For the night, you will find comfort in one of the charming hotels that Chefchaouen offers. Immerse yourself in the cozy ambiance and unwind after a day of adventure in this enchanting city. As evening falls, indulge in a delectable dinner, savoring the flavors of Moroccan cuisine. Whether you choose to dine in your hotel or venture out to one of the local restaurants, the tantalizing spices, aromatic tagines, and fragrant couscous will take your taste buds on an unforgettable journey.

Day 4 : Chefchaouen » Volubilis » Meknes » Fes.. (197 km - 4h)

  • After a tasty breakfast in the Riad, our 11 Days tour from Casablanca continues towards Volubilis, passing through Ouazan and other Rif villages. In Volubilis, we’ll discover the Roman ruins and learn about Moroccan history. Then, we’ll drive to Meknes city, where we’ll stop for lunch and explore the medina’s historical walls, Bab el Mansour, and Moulay Ismail Greenery. Later in the afternoon, we’ll head to Fes city, where you’ll spend the night.

Day 5 : City tour Fes With Local Guide.

  • Today, get ready to embark on a fascinating journey through time as you explore the oldest city in Morocco. Your guided tour begins in the vibrant Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the largest walled-in cities in the world. This ancient city is also one of Morocco’s four Imperial Cities, steeped in history and cultural significance.
    Next, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the renowned Chouara Tannery, where traditional methods of leather production have been practiced for centuries. Witness the fascinating process of transforming raw hides into beautiful leather products, and learn about the rich heritage of Moroccan craftsmanship.
    No visit to the Medina is complete without experiencing its famous souks. These bustling markets offer a unique architectural style, reflecting the vibrant spirit of Moroccan culture. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to browse a myriad of shops selling traditional crafts, textiles, spices, and more. Immerse yourself in the country’s history and art as you interact with local artisans and learn about their time-honored techniques.

Day 6 : Fes » Ifrane » Azrou » Midelt » Merzouga. (470 km - 8h)

  • Today, we’ll depart for the Sahara Desert, passing through Ifrane, known as the “Moroccan Switzerland.” We’ll then visit the Cedar forest, where we can watch monkeys climbing the cedars. Continuing through the Middle Atlas mountains and the Ziz valley, we’ll reach Erfoud city, famous for its fossil museums and factories. Arriving in Merzouga, you’ll have free time to meet locals in the villages and can even enjoy an ATV quad adventure or witness the charming sunset on top of Erg Chebbi sand dunes. Overnight stay in a Riad near Merzouga sand dunes.

Day 7 : Visit Merzouga desert - 4WD Adventure - (Camel rides & Overnight Gamping in Sahara).

  • After breakfast, we’ll start a Merzouga Sahara desert discovery tour, visiting the best of the Sahara desert and nomad families. Enjoy a cup of tea and see the oasis where movies like “Sahara,” starring Penelope Cruz, were filmed. After lunch in Khamlia village, we’ll embark on a camel ride into the Merzouga Sahara desert to witness an unforgettable sunset and try sandboarding on the edge of Erg Chebbi. Experience a special night in a Sahara desert camp, sleeping in a private nomadic tent and enjoying a Berber dinner, music, and the starry sky. Overnight stay in a Berber Merzouga desert camp.

Day 8 : Merzouga » Rissani » Todra Gorges - Dades Valley. (242 km - 4h30)

  • Get up early to witness a breathtaking sunrise and climb the dunes. Afterward, return to Merzouga villages via a camel trek or a 4WD Sahara desert safari, depending on your choice. Our 11-day private Morocco trip continues to the Dades valley, passing through Rissani to visit the traditional Souk, the largest in southern Morocco. We’ll then proceed to the Todra valley and gorge, where you can take a short walking trip inside the high canyons. In the afternoon, we’ll travel to Boumalne Dades, where we’ll spend the night in an authentic Riad with panoramic views of the Dades valley.

Day 9 : Dades Gorges » Rose Valley » Ouarzazate [140 km - 2h]

  • travel from Dades Valley to “Kelâat M’Gouna,” our new location, where rose petals are processed into rosewater or sent to perfume businesses. The Festival of Roses is celebrated here each May. Continue west and stop in Ouarzazate to discover more about how scenes from Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, and Black Hawk Down were filmed there. Visit a movie studio and the Musée du Cinema to learn more about the history of the area and the filming process. Your day is finished in a hotel, which serves a delicious lunch.

Day 10 : Ouarzazate » Taliouine » Taroudante [275 km - 4h]

  • After enjoying breakfast in Ouarzazate, our 15-day Morocco tour begins. Our first destination for the day is the famous Ait Benhaddou, the most well-known Kasbah in Morocco and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Immerse yourself in the rich history and architectural beauty of this ancient fortress.  Continuing our journey, we head towards the charming small town of Taliouine, known as the Saffron capital of Morocco. Take in the scenic landscapes as we make our way to Taroudant city. Once a regional capital and the first capital city of the Saadian dynasty, Taroudant is located at the crossroads of the Souss Valley and the High Atlas Mountains. This location offers a delightful setting and a temperate climate throughout the year, providing a perfect opportunity to experience Berber hospitality. In Taroudant, explore the picturesque souks known for their exquisite handicrafts, including leather goods, ironwork, woodwork, and ceramics. Delight in the vibrant atmosphere and browse the traditional products crafted by skilled artisans. Enjoy an afternoon at leisure, allowing you to soak up the ambiance and explore the town at your own pace.

Day 11 : Taroudant » Agadir » Essaouira [258 km - 4h]

  • Departing from Taroudant, our journey takes us to Agadir, a magical and popular tourist destination. Experience the expansive and shallow beach that stretches as far as the eye can see, offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. After enjoying lunch in Agadir, we continue our northward journey to the coastal town of Essaouira.
  • Essaouira is a city steeped in history, representing the influences of Phoenician, Berber, Portuguese, Jewish, and French cultures. Its well-preserved architecture, charming fishing harbor, whitewashed buildings with blue accents, and winding alleyways showcase the Portuguese character of the early settlers. Explore the artistic shops, including the renowned Gnawa workshops, and indulge in the lively atmosphere of this coastal gem. In the evening, enjoy a Gnawa show in a restaurant where you can immerse yourself in traditional music and dance.

Day 12 : Essaouira » Marrakech [191 km - 3h30]

  • On the eleventh day of our 15-day tour, we start with breakfast and depart for Marrakech. Journey through a scenic inland road, passing through a forest of Argan trees unique to this region. Keep an eye out for the curious sight of goats perched on the trees, munching on the argan fruit. Take the opportunity to visit a cooperative where villagers, particularly women, produce Moroccan Argan oil. Learn about the oil production process, sample delicious jams, or explore locally crafted Moroccan soaps.
  • As we reach Marrakech in the late evening, settle into your Riad or hotel and enjoy a relaxing night in the vibrant city.

Day 13 : Marrakech Sightseeing with a Local Guide

  • Today is dedicated to exploring Marrakech. The city tour includes visits to the iconic Koutoubia Mosque, an architectural masterpiece of Almohad art. Discover the Museum of Marrakech, housing an impressive collection of ceramics, pottery, and jewelry. Explore the magnificent Bahia Palace, known for its stunning architecture, lush gardens, and serene patios. Visit the historic Saadian tombs, a remarkable testament to Moroccan heritage. Experience the vibrant atmosphere of Djemaa El Fna, a lively square with bustling markets, street performers, and traditional food stalls. Lastly, immerse yourself in the beauty of Majorelle Garden, with its vibrant blue buildings and serene botanical setting. Spend the night in a local Riad, immersing yourself in the charm of Marrakech.

Day 14 : Ourika Day Trip from Marrakech [41 km - 35min]

  • Escape the bustling city of Marrakech for a day trip to the tranquil Ourika Valley. Explore the picturesque landscape and embark on a walk to witness beautiful waterfalls. With a comfortable 4×4 vehicle, it’s a convenient way to experience the stunning scenery and local culture of the Atlas Mountains. Return to Marrakech in the evening and spend the night in your lovely Riad, reflecting on the day’s adventures.

Day 15 : Marrakech » Casablanca Airport. [243 km - 3h]

  • After a leisurely morning, we depart for Casablanca. On our way, we’ll visit the iconic landmarks of the city, taking in the streets and squares of Casablanca. Our first stop is the magnificent Hassan II Mosque, followed by a drive through the Medina to observe daily urban life. We’ll visit the Habous Quarters for some shopping and explore Place Mohammed V, where you can marvel at the government buildings. Finally, our tour concludes as we make our way back to Casablanca, leaving you with lasting memories of your 15-day adventure through Morocco.
  • Transportation : A/C minivan vehicle with an English-speaking licensed driver.
  • Transportation : 4X4 Transfers to the desert.
  • Monuments : Atlas studios inside visit and Camel ride in the desert
  • Local Experiences : as specified in the itinerary.
  • Meals : as specified in the itinerary.
  • Service charges and local taxes.
    Daily Mineral bottled water in the car.
  • Tour Guide In Fez
  • Tour Guide In Marrakech
  • International Airfare.
  • Morocco Entry visa fee.
  • Marrakech Hotel.
  • Personal expenses
  • Optional activities.
  • Tipping
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