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12 Days 11 Nights
Grand tour from Casablanca

Including desert tour



Casablanca > Rabat > Meknes

We Will  pick you up from your hotel to visit the Hassan II Mosque before departing to Rabat. In Rabat you can visit the Royal Palace, the ruins of Chellah, the Mohammed V Mausoleum and the Hassan Tower.  Then we depart to Meknes where we will have dinner in the restaurant overlooking the square opposite the Bab Mansour gate and we stay in a local hotel.


Meknes > Volubilis > Fes

After breakfast we will take a tour of Meknes which include El Hedim square, Bab El Mansour, the massive gate which is the entrance to the old city and the Jewish quarter, the Royal Granaries & the city rampart. Then we will departure via Volubilis, the Roman ruins and Moulay Idriss, the holy town and an important place of pilgrimage where the founder of Morocco’s first dynasty is buried. We will continue onto Fes where we stay overnight.


Extra Day in Fes, Walking Tour with Local Guide

You will have a guided tour of Fes to visit the Médersas Attarine, Fontaine Ennajarine, also Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss and the Karawiyin Mosque. This tour will include a visit to the tannery and the ceramics cooperative to see the traditional moroccan crafts. You can spend the afternoon exploring the fascinating medina before having dinner at a local restaurant. We spend another night in Fes in a local riad/hotel.


Fès > Ifrane > Azrou > Midelt > Ziz Valley > Merzouga

After breakfast we will depart for Merzouga through the Middle Atlas region. We will drive through Ifrane – the ‘Switzerland’ of Morocco and the cedar forests of Azrou. Here you can stop to hand feed the monkeys. We will continue to Midelt where we will have lunch and then we follow the Ziz River through the valley and stop to see the Ziz Gorges on our way to Merzouga. We also pass cities Erfoud (possible to see Fossils products) , then Rissani and finally we get Merzouga desert.


Merzouga > Khamlia > Rissani > Erg Chebbi (Camel Trekking)

Today we will explore the desert region and the Erg Chebbi desert dunes. We will make a circuit of the desert dunes where you will have the opportunity to see the nomad’s way of life and the amazing changing contrasts of the desert. We will visit the ‘black village’ of Khamlia to see and hear the Gnawa musicians. We will have a traditional Berber pizza for lunch in the ancient capital of Rissani.  In the afternoon we will ride the camels to see the sunset over the dunes and spend the night in the desert camp. We will have a traditional tagine dinner, we will drink delicious local mint tea, we will listen to traditional Berber music while watching the stars and the rising moon in the amazing Sahara desert.


Merzouga > Erfoud > Todra Gorges > Dades Gorges

Today early in the morning , our camel guide will wake you up to watch the sunrise in the Merzouga desert. After that we ride camels back to the village . After shower and breakfast in the riad, we’ll head to Rissani , Tinghir, and we reach Todra gorges which is the highest, narrowest gorge in Morocco. Here we may hike within the valley, and after lunch in the gorge we will continue to the Dades valley, where we’ll enjoy sand castles and also the rock formations called “monkey toes”. We stay in Dades Gorges in a local hotel with dinner and breakfast.


Dades Gorges >  Ouarzazatte > Ait Ben Haddou > High Atlas > Marrakech

Desert Sahara Tour continues and after breakfast we drive towards Ouarzazate passing the way of the thousand Kasbahs. We will stop at Kalaat Mgouna ,which is the centre of roses valley where we may visit the local cooperative for the roses. Then we continue our private Morocco tour via the Ait Ben Haddou , local kasbah has been built by Et Hami El Glaoui by the 19th century. We cross Tizi n’Tichka mountain Pass at 2260m over the High Atlas mountains. Then we continue to Marrakech ..




Extra Day in Marrakech, Walking Tour with Local Guide

Today we will have a guided tour of Marrakech . You will explore main attractions and monuments of the city including famous Jamaa el Fna square , Kotubia mosque , souks, palaces,museums. We also explored a new part of the city called Gueliz, gardens Menara and Marjolle. We will stay in Marrakech in a local hotel for the next 2 nights with dinner and breakfast.




Marrakech – Essaouira

Today after breakfast we will depart to the coastal city of Essaouira, a picturesque and coastal town, lying on the southwest coast of Morocco..  Along the way we will have the opportunity to see the goats climbing the argon trees. In Essaouira you will have a perfect opportunity to enjoy tasty fish-lunch in a local restaurant. We will also explore local souk. We will stay in Essaouira for next 2 nights in a local riad/hotel.


Essaouira > Marrakech or Casablanca

We will spend the morning relaxing in Essaouira before leaving early afternoon and we arrive to Marrakech or Casablance around 4pm and that will be end of our tour.

Tour Highlights

Hassan II Mosque

Image by Hans-Jürgen Weinhardt

The Hassan II Mosque is a mosque in CasablancaMorocco. It is the second largest functioning mosque in Africa and is the 7th largest in the world.


Image by Milad Alizadeh

Built on a mountainside, Chefchaouen is a city with a special vibes. It unique charm gives an impression of unreality. With its blue-rinsed houses, the whole city seems to be bathed in azure. You walk around as if you were in a dream.

Chouara Tannery

Image by Ben Ostrower

Chouara Tannery is one of the three tanneries in the city of Fez, Morocco. It is the largest tannery in the city and one of the oldest. 



Midelt sits in apple country between the Middle and the High Atlas and makes a handy break between Fez and the desert. Coming from the north, in particular, the landscape offers some breathtaking views, especially of the eastern High Atlas, which seem to rise out of nowhere.

Sahara Desert

Image by Yeo Khee

It is the world’s largest desert, at once continental in its scale and exquisite in its detail, from a sand sea the size of a small European country to an orange sand dune sculpted to perfection by the wind

Ait Benhaddou

Image by Abdessamad Lotfi

The site of the ksar has been fortified since the 11th century during the Almoravid period. It is considered a great example of Moroccan earthen clay architecture and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987

Todra Gorges

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The Todgha Gorges are a series of limestone river canyons, or wadi, in the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, near the town of Tinerhir, where a 300m-deep fault splits the orange limestone into a deep ravine at some points just wide enough for a crystal-clear river and single-file trekkers to squeeze through.

Jemaa El Fna Square

Image by Thomas Lipke

Jemaa el-Fnaa is a square and market place in Marrakesh's medina quarter (old city). It remains the main square of Marrakesh, used by locals and tourists.

Price Includes

  • Transport as per the indicated schedule

  • Driver/Guide English speaking, Customer Services in Fluent English and Chinese Speaking

  • 10 nights in Hotel/Riad in half board (breakfast and dinner); accommodation in rooms with private bathroom

  • Excursion in dromedary in the Desert

  • Vehicle jeep 4×4 with air conditioning; for groups over 6 people, mini-bus with air conditioning.

  • Fuel and transport costs

  • 1 night in the desert in tent camp (dinner and accommodation)

  • Exclusive service (not accompanied by other visitors)

Price Excludes

  • Flights

  • Drinks

  • Tips and personal expenses

  • Lunches

  • Monumental entrance tickets

  • All that is not indicated in the item “price includes”.

Image by Louis Hansel

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