7-Day Tour From Casablanca to Marrakech
If you have only a week and would love to enjoy a complete Morocco experience. Then do not hesitate to take this 7-day Morocco tour from Casablanca. It covers the best of Morocco including the historical, imperial cities of, Fes and Marrakech.
Venture into the beauty of the Atlas Mountains, Valleys, Berber villages, and the Sahara desert where you will ride camels and adventure into the golden dunes of Erg Chebbi, enjoying the beautiful sunset as you head towards your luxury Desert camp where you will sleep under a blanket of thousands of stars.
During this journey, You will learn about Moroccan history, and culture and enjoy the diversity of the Moroccan landscape.
Note: this 7-day desert Tour From Casablanca can be customized according to your schedule, budget, and interests.
Casablanca Airport / Hotel
- Pick-up & drop-off at/from your hotel or Airport
- Transport by private vehicle with A/C
- Driver guide speaking English
- Nights accommodation
- night at the desert camp
- Breakfast and dinner
- Camel ride ( Camel each )
Casablanca: Where Modernity Meets Tradition
Casablanca, Morocco’s economic capital, is a bustling modern city with a rich history and vibrant culture.
Hassan II Mosque: Architectural Marvel
Commence your Casablanca journey with a visit to the magnificent Hassan II Mosque. This grand architectural masterpiece stands at the water’s edge, boasting intricate details and panoramic ocean views. As one of the world’s largest mosques, it’s a testament to Morocco’s architectural prowess.
Corniche: Coastal Beauty
Stroll along the picturesque Corniche, a promenade that offers stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the refreshing sea breeze, dine at waterfront restaurants, and immerse yourself in the city’s coastal charm.
Art Deco Heritage
Casablanca boasts a remarkable collection of Art Deco and modernist architectural gems. Wander through the city’s historic neighborhoods to discover chic boutiques, stylish cafes, and an amalgamation of architectural styles that reflect its cosmopolitan character.
Merzouga Desert: Nature’s Masterpiece
Merzouga Desert, nestled in southeastern Morocco, is a place of serene beauty and adventure.
Erg Chebbi Dunes: Towering Sandscapes
The crown jewel of Merzouga is the Erg Chebbi dunes, an expansive sea of towering dunes that stretch as far as the eye can see. Some dunes rise over 500 feet high, creating a surreal playground for exploration, camel trekking, and the thrill of the desert.
Camel Trekking: Desert Safari
Embark on a camel trek through the dunes as the sun sets, transforming the landscape into a mesmerizing canvas of gold and crimson. Traverse the undulating dunes and spend an unforgettable night in a traditional desert camp. It’s an experience that resonates deeply.
Starry Nights: Celestial Wonder
Merzouga’s remote location provides an unparalleled opportunity for stargazing. With minimal light pollution, the desert sky becomes a breathtaking spectacle, with stars, planets, and constellations illuminating the heavens.
Berber Culture: Warm Hospitality
Engage with the hospitable Berber communities that call Merzouga home. They offer authentic insights into their culture, sharing their traditions, melodious music, and flavorful cuisine around campfires. This cultural exchange is an enriching part of the desert experience.
Marrakech: A Tapestry of History and Color
Marrakech, often known as the “Red City,” offers a vibrant blend of history, culture, and modernity.
The Medina: A Cultural Melting Pot
Marrakech’s Medina is a sensory journey, with bustling souks, historic palaces, and the iconic Jemaa el-Fnaa square. Navigate its labyrinthine alleys, where each turn reveals something new, from intricate rugs to aromatic spices.
Majorelle Garden: A Tranquil Oasis
Visit the Majorelle Garden, a serene oasis amidst the city’s energy. With its vibrant blue structures, lush botanical gardens, and serene ambiance, it’s a peaceful escape.
These three Moroccan destinations—Casablanca, Merzouga Desert, and Marrakech—offer a diverse and immersive experience of Morocco’s landscapes, traditions, and culture. Whether you seek modernity, desert serenity, or historical charm, these cities and the desert offer a rich tapestry of Moroccan diversity.