10 Days from casablanca

10 days tour from Casablanca

Tour overview:

Welcome to our 10 days tour from Casablanca package! we are happy that you made it to this page. We hope that you will spend a wonderful day in Morocco.
Let us walk you through a customized 10 days tour itinerary from Casablanca. There aren’t only many places you will visit but also activities you will do. With that being said, this tour is a great option because it is a grand tour in Morocco that includes the imperial cities, the coast, and also the desert.
The most beautiful places you will visit during this trip are Fes, Erg Chebbi dunes, Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, and the red city of Marrakech. The best activities you will do are the camel ride, the camping in Berber tents, and a relaxing Hamman in Fes.
Note:  Trips Around Morocco customize your 10 days tour in Morocco from different cities, please contact us for more info.

Tour highlights

Tour itinerary

Day 1: Arrival to Casablanca

On the first day of our 10 days tour from Casablanca our driver will Pick you up from the airport to the hotel. Depending on arrival time opportunity to visit the Mosque of Hassan II, Dinner and overnight at Hotel/Riad.

Day 2: Casablanca to Marrakech

On the second day of our 10 days tour from Casablanca We went to the red city and free day to reach out to explore Marrakech’s famous red city., Visit the immense souk, and plunge into the lively Djemaa El Fna, in the heart of ancient Morocco. Be captivated by the dancers, snake trainers, jugglers, narrators, singers. Take orange juice in front of the numerous workshops Night Hotel/Riad.

Day 3: Marrakech to Ouarzazate

Departure after breakfast on the third day of our 10 days tour from Casablanca for crossing the High Atlas Tizi Ntichka (2.260m high) then turn off on a runway Telouet visiting the Kasbah, Berber villages we pass through to reach the fortified village of Ait Ben Haddou where many famous movies filmed as Gladiator, Obelix, Sahara Penelope Cruz … time for lunch in the village and continue to Ouarzazate. Dinner and overnight at Hotel/Riad.

Day 4: Ouarzazate to Boumalne

After breakfast we went to visit the city of Ouarzazate is considered the great desert door and place from which to start the great voyages, and which highlights Taourirt Kasbah, and the Main Palace of Glaoui, the great Pacha of southern Morocco. continue to the Valley of Roses passes in Skoura, Boumalne activities until you reach the Dades Gorge Dinner and overnight Hotel/Riad.

Day 5: Boumalne to Merzouga

Out on a road dotted with Kasbahs all different. After several stops, we arrive at one of the strengths of the South: Gorges of Todra. The river Todra Gorge has formed a daunting vertical walls and high Balleza, is a paradise for climbers and a único. seguimos south Lunch on the road and then into the desert to the impressive dunes of Merzouga, free time to climb the dunes and take advantage of the sunset, after dinner we will take a dramatic Berber drums. accommodation in the Hotel/Riad.

Day 6: Merzouga desert tour

On the sixth day of our 10 days tour from Casablanca, after Breakfast We walked around Erg Chebbi sand expanse of desert where the Great Dune of Morocco, over 250 meters high, connected by track part of the route followed by the former Paris-Dakar, with the mountains bordering Algeria background. Stop at the oasis of Tissardmin and continue up to a nomadic settlement where we will learn some secrets of her life and customs. After stopping at a viewpoint where you can admire the Erg Chebbi together. Stop in Khamlia, indigenous people of Mali, where you can relax with a cup of tea while we enjoy a short concert of Gnawa music. Return to the lodge, lunch and set off on camel route and a half hours to take us to the foot of the Great Dune, tucked behind the beautiful sunset in the desert. Overnight in a tent in the heart of the desert under the spectacular canopy of stars..

Day 7: Merzouga to Fes via Midelt

After breakfast, fired the desert and left for the north through the valley of Ziz taking advantage of the cool blue Meski source where you can relax. Midelt planned stop to eat and then continue to fes passes in Ifrane (Swiss-Moroccan) where we stayed at Riad Fes in the medina.

Day 8: Fes to Meknes

Free day to the royal city of Fès with its many “madrassas”, its tanneries and the famous medina, Departure to Meknes, visit the imperial city with its famous door, Bab El Mansour, the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail and the basin of Agdal. Posibilidad to discover the ruins of the Roman city of Volubilis located about thirty kilometers from Meknes and holy city of Moulay Idriss pilgrimage center of any Moroccan. Dinner and overnight in Meknes.

Day 9: Meknes to Casablanca

Way to stop in the capital Casablanca in Morocco (Rabat) and afternoon arrival to Casablanca where you will be able to leverage their past purchases.

Day 10: The last day Airport of Casablanca

On the tenth of the 10 days tour from Casablanca our experience is coming to end in the airport.

Tour includes and excludes:




After a long journey, finally, we arrived to Merzouga. There we expect the guys who guides us through the desert .

Around 17:00h we started the route with camels through the desert, where we could enjoy a fantastic sunset. After an hour and a half, we arrived at the camp. It was dark , we leave our things into the "haimas" and then...to dinner! It was delicious, but the best was the animation after the dinner. The guides gave us a concert and later we were taught to play the drums.
Finally, we enjoy the most magical moment of the day, we observed the spectacular sky filled with countless stars.
In short , it was an unforgettable experience with fantastic guides.
I'm going to repeat the experience, for sure!!!

Rime y

February 2017

I arrived in Merzouga in the afternoon to begin the tour through the Sahara with my sister. From the start, the staff were all very welcoming and kind. The Berber camel guides took us through an amazing landscape of the Sahara desert to where our campsite was located. We had some down time to take in the beautiful scenery, golden sands that stretched out for miles upon miles. We sat on top of the sand dunes as the staff prepared a wonderful dinner consisting of vegetable and chicken tagine-a traditional Moroccan dish. After dinner, our Berber hosts invited us to sit around the fire while they drummed traditional Moroccan music under the stars. This was one of my favorite parts of the experience because everyone joined in laughing and dancing amongst the beautiful music. Mustapha, one of the Berbers even came around and taught us each how to drum a few beats, he was so helpful and willing to help us out with anything. In the morning, we rode the camels back as the sun peaked out from the horizon-a beautiful experience.

Romen R

August 2018

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Highlights overview


casablanca city, the “white city”, is the largest city in Morocco, a huge port and actually the second capital of the state. And the largest tourist center on the Atlantic coast of the country: around it there are several popular beach destinations. People come here for the oriental color and interesting shopping, there are mosques, Catholic and Orthodox churches, oriental bazaars and French monuments – everyone will find something interesting.

Top 10 Sights in Casablanca City

-Hassan II Mosque

-El Hank Lighthouse

-Mohammed V Square Ensemble

-Old Medina of Casablanca

-Museum of the Jewish Community of Morocco

-Sacred Heart Cathedral

-Abdurahman Slough Museum

-Haboos Quarterly

-Notre Dame de Lourdes Cathedral

-Tamaris Water Park

-Airport in Casablanca


Marrakech A city in southwestern Morocco, in the foothills of the High Atlas. Founded around 1070 (according to other sources, in 1060 or 1062) by the Almoravids. In the XI-XVII centuries, capital of Morocco. It is a medieval city surrounded by walls with rectangular towers and gates, including the Medina (the old town), the Casbah (fortress) and the Agvedal Gardens with pavilions and pools. Monuments of the medina: Qubba al-Baruddin (domed pavilion, decorated with carvings of stone and stucco, – part of the palace of the unparished Almoravid, first half of the XII century.) Mosques – Qutubiya (concrete, stone, brick, XII century. Kutubiya (concrete, stone, brick, 12th century.); 17 transverse and one longitudinal nave, domes with stalactites, artesonado) with minaret (stone, 1184-99), Ben Salih with minaret (1331), Bab Dukkala (1557; 7 naves); Ben Youssef Madrassah (1565; 8 courtyards, stone carvings, stukkas, painted tiles – zilliji), Zawiya Sidi bel Abbas as-Sabti (16th century cult ensemble, 1184-99, the walls of the mosque were decorated with stone tiles), Zawiya Sidi Bel Abbas as-Sabti (16 naves). , carved stucco); the palace of Bahia (1894-1900; garden). Kasbah monuments: Bab-Agvenau (gate; 12th century, carved stone decoration), mosque (1197), necropolis with sepulchres from second half of 16th century, palaces – Badi (1578-93; in ruins) and Dar el-Makhzen (late 19th century; garden). The modern city was founded in 1913 to the west of the medina. Marrakesh is an old center of carpet-weaving, stone articles, etc. Museums: Museum of Moroccan Art (in the palace of Dar Said, late 19th century.), Museum of Treasures and Ceramics. Ruins of the Tasgimut Fortress (12th century), 30 km south-east of Marrakech.

Holidays in Marrakech

Marrakech is one of the imperial cities of Morocco. Marrakech is famous for its gardens, mosques and ancient buildings of Arab-African architecture. If you buy a tour to Marrakech, you will surely remember the fairy tales of Scheherazade. Majestic palaces, gardens buried in verdure, markets full of colorful products, the atmosphere of the East – this is what to come here for. Marrakech is suitable for excursions. The city is far from the coast, so it is not a beach resort. Typically, tourists from Russia stay in Marrakech for 2-3 nights according to the tour program.

Marrakech Attractions

Marrakech is a Moroccan Cities hardly a vacation destination in the sense that you will be here for the entire trip. Yes, it is a very beautiful city where you can experience a culture shock. You will be struck by the flavor of the place: majestic palaces, gardens buried in verdure, markets abounding with colorful merchandise, mosques, ancient buildings. To visit the sights is enough to go to Marrakech for 1-3 days from the resort, where you are staying.


One of the three imperial Moroccan cities. The city is not popular among tourists, as it is not a beach resort. Mostly come to Meknes with a tour. If you have time and want to feel the atmosphere of the Arab East, then go here. Meknes conditionally divided into two parts: in the medina concentrated historical monuments – palaces, mausoleums, ancient buildings, and in the new part of town – cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops. Meknes also attracts tourists with a very luxurious pastime – here you can play golf in the royal gardens. Near Meknes there are also famous Roman ruins of Volubilis, which are included in the list of cultural heritage of UNESCO.

Meknes is one of the three imperial cities of Morocco. The city is not popular among tourists because it is not a beach resort. Mostly come to Meknes with a tour. If you have time and want to feel the atmosphere of the Arab East, go here. Meknes conditionally divided into two parts: in the medina concentrated historical monuments – palaces, mausoleums, ancient buildings, and in the new part of town – cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops. Meknes also attracts tourists with a very luxurious pastime – here you can play golf in the royal gardens. Near Meknes there are also famous Roman ruins of Volubilis, which are included in the list of cultural heritage of UNESCO.

How to get to Meknes?

There are no direct flights from Novosibirsk to Morocco. Tourists from Siberia get to Morocco with a connection in Moscow.

By direct flight to Casablanca, then go to Meknes. The distance between the resorts is 240 kilometers. You can get there by bus, rent a car or pre-book a transfer.

Also from Casablanca and other resorts in Morocco you can get to Meknes by train.

Meknes Attractions

Tours to Meknes are not popular with tourists because there are fewer hotels. It is quieter than other resorts, and you can enjoy the beauty of historical monuments. To visit the sights enough to go to Meknes for 1-2 days along with a tour.

What to do in Meknes?

Take a walk in the medina

Of course, the heart of Meknes is the medina. The main attractions are located here. If you buy a tour to Meknes, be sure to walk through the medina. The old town is an Arab quarter with a lot of intricate streets and fairly dense housing. Along the perimeter of the medina are 10-meter stone walls with corner towers, which were built to protect against Berber raids. You can enter the medina through the Bab el-Mansour Gate. The beautiful gate with its mosaic patterns and fine stucco work is already a tourist attraction. They were built in the 18th century and are still considered the most beautiful gates in Morocco.

Walking around the old city, you will notice that the city has preserved many historical sites. Meknes was once the capital of the powerful Sultan Moulay Ismail. During his reign, many palaces, gardens, and mosques were built. In fact, the large number of mosques contributed to the fact that Meknes is called the “city of a thousand minarets. Recall that non-Muslims are forbidden to enter the mosques, but you can admire the exterior. The most popular mosque in Meknes is the Great Mosque with its majestic carved doors. Not far from the mosque is the Madrasa Bu Inania. It is built in an airy Spanish-Moorish style and is a landmark.

The medina is also home to famous palaces. Dar Jamai Palace was built in the late 19th century in the best Moorish traditions. The building is decorated with mosaic and tile tiles and festooned arches. Next to the palace there is a beautiful garden with cypress and orange trees. Nowadays in the palace there is an ethnographic museum. Visitors can get acquainted with the elements of everyday life, a rich collection of embossing, antique jewelry. Another palace, El Mansour, has become a popular tourist store.

Another of the attractions of Meknes located in the medina is the medieval building complex Kheri es-Suani. It combines stables, grain storage facilities, and an Agdal pond. These stables once housed more than 12,000 horses and the wheels of the waterworks were turned by slaves. After a full day’s sightseeing, you can pause and admire the water of the Agdal Pond.

The center and the magnet of the medina is El Khedim Square. During the day, vendors sell souvenirs, and in the evening the area is transformed into an open-air theater: snake tamers, artists, dancers performing unusual dances, acrobats, fire swallowers and much more. The feeling of plunging into an oriental fairy tale. You can also eat tasty and inexpensive food here – the site turns into a huge food court.

Kasbah Shefchaouen

Kasbah Shefchaouen is an ancient fortress that resembles a king’s castle. On its territory is made a museum of artifacts that were found in the town of Shefshauen.

History of origins

Casbahs were most often built outside the city or in the heart of Medina and were enclosed by high stone walls. They were residences for the king. They also housed dignitaries and their families. Very often the kasbah was used as a protective fortress outside the city.
On the territory of Kasbah Shefshauan museum emerged a long time ago. There is no exact date of its foundation, a rough date can be considered the beginning of the XIX century. The museum was created to preserve and study the history of the city.
It has a small collection of items dating back to Roman times and the time when the town was founded by Jews and Muslims who had been expelled from Spain. But for the most part, the museum is the site where the prison used to be.

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