Get ready for an epic Moroccan adventure! This 11 Days Morocco Tour From Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city. From there, you’ll journey through the stunning High Atlas Mountains, passing by the dramatic Ouzoud Waterfalls, one of the highest in North Africa. Next, explore the historic imperial cities, each with unique charm. You’ll also visit Chefchaouen, the “Blue Pearl,” a beautiful town painted in various shades of blue.

The second half of the trip takes you to Marrakech, a vibrant city, and Essaouira‘s laid-back coastal town. In Marrakech, you’ll be dazzled by the bustling markets and ancient palaces. Essaouira offers a chance to relax on the beach, soak up the sun, and maybe even try surfing or kitesurfing along the Atlantic coast. This itinerary packs a perfect mix of cultural immersion, breathtaking scenery, and some opportunities to unwind by the ocean.

Between 8 am and 9 am.
Arrival and departure from lodging. A camel for every individual.
Berber tent lodging. A vehicle with gasoline.
Travel insurance.

11 Days Morocco tour from Casablanca: FAQ

How far is Bini Mellal from Fes?

The distance is about 285 to 300 kilometers (177 to 186 miles), approximately 4 to 5 hours.

How far is Marrakech from Bini Mellal?

About 3 hours and 15 minutes, Roughly 194 kilometers.

What type of cars is utilized for this tour?

The car you use for this tour depends on how many people are in your group. They usually have big Toyota Land Cruisers, vans, or comfy minibusses.

How do you pay to book this tour?

To hold your spot on the tour, you’ll need to pay a small deposit upfront. It’s easy – you can use PayPal or bank transfer. Then, on the first day of your adventure, you’ll pay the rest of the cost in cash directly to your awesome tour guide. They’ll accept euros, dollars, or Moroccan dirhams (their local money).


Day 1: Casablanca airport to your hotel

 It’s the the primary day of your Casablanca tour 11 days upon arrival at Mohammad V airport in Casablanca or out of your hotel. Then, we can escort you to go to Casablanca. you could have an unfastened time to discover the metropolis and the Atlantic ocean.

Day 2: Casablanca to Chefchaouene via Rabat

After breakfast, we began to explore Casablanca for 11 days, the commercial capital of Morocco. We will visit Hassan 2, one of Morocco’s greatest architectural achievements and the second largest mosque in the world, especially its location on the sea, and then visit Mohammed V.

This trip will continue to the capital city of Rabat (RABAT), where you will see the ancient Hassan Tower, then the 11th-century Andalusian-style fortress Kasbah Ordains, We follow the charming roads of the village of Rif Travel until you understand their people and traditions. We must arrive in Chefchaouen in the afternoon to experience this beautiful city for the first time. Overnight at the local riad.


Day 3: Full day in Chefchaouene

 After breakfast, our local guide will begin your visit to this blue city. It is one of the best in Morocco and the world. Visit the old castle (a heavy fortress with epic gardens, beautiful museums, and art galleries). Remember, every part or wall of the city is a landmark. We stayed overnight in your Riad.

Day 4: Chefchaouene to Fes

 After enjoying breakfast at the Riad, continue to Fez. We traveled through Volubilis to discover Roman ruins and learn about this great archeological site of Moroccan history. Then, we drove to Moulay Idriss, a religious town on a rocky mountain. We will drive to the 17th-century city of Meknes, stop there for lunch, wander around the walls of the old Medina Bab al-Mansur, and enjoy a tour of Moulay Ismail. Then, we drove directly to the city of Fez, where you will spend the whole night in the luxurious Moroccan Riad.

Day 5: Total day in Fes

On the fifth day of the Casablanca tour 11 days after breakfast, you can start exploring the spiritual capital of the country and our oldest city (FES). Stroll through crowded markets, epic streets, and historical sites. First, the palace gate between the old and the new Fes. Afterwards, we will visit all cultural and historical attractions, including the famous Galaín University, Tannery, and Stalin Museum.

After lunch, visit the best accommodation area in Fes el Bali, which is protected by UNESCO. …It is a World Heritage Site, the strangest and oldest part of the city, with its narrow streets and epic Moroccan monuments such as Babe Bouilud (gate of Medina). Luxurious Moroccan style, leather goods, jewelers… In the afternoon, we will visit a new city to have a drink. Overnight at the hotel/riad.


Day 6: Fes to Beni Mallal

After breakfast, we leave Fez and explore the High Atlas Mountains, the most beautiful natural area in Morocco. Starting from Ifran, we like to call it Moroccan Switzerland, neat. Our journey continues on the very edge of the cedar. From forests to Azrou, to many forests, and then to the famous cedar forest, where the endangered Barbary macaque lives.

Then, we set off along the attractive route of the area. If you drive through the village of High Atlas, this is the most exotic area. For the indigenous Berbers. When hiking in the Berber countryside, our next stop is Bni Mellal, to visit the Ein Asrdon garden and its famous castle on the hill, where you can enjoy the romantic beauty of the area and the beautiful sunset. At the hotel/riad.


Day 7: Beni Mallal to Marrakech

 In the morning, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the middle atlas. We will have breakfast at the hotel. Then wander around the Atlas Mountains, the land of the Zayan tribe, where Berbers work on their land and women give birth. We can stop here and enjoy their way of life at Ouzoud Waterfall, where you will have lunch and walk in its lake. Then we go to Marrakech.

Day 8: Marrakech tour

Marrakech can become a city that showcases the exotic culture and charm of Morocco. You can visit the Koutoubia Mosque built in the 12th century with one of our local guides and visit the Majorelle Gardens filled with cacti, palms, and ferns created by artist Jacques Majorelle. Then, we will visit the tomb of Sadie and many other monuments.

This is a 16th-century cemetery full of mosaics. After the lunch break, you may have free time to explore the charming open-air market (local market). ) Souk, Chiari Souk (Carpenter), El Attarin Market (Perfume and Spice) and Cherratin Market (Leather) and the narrow streets around Jemaa El Fna Square, at night you will be intoxicated by snake charmers and singers, Acrobats, dancers, storytellers, and storytellers-change from one group to another every night when in the riad.


Day 9: Marrakech to Essaouira

 After breakfast in the Riad, visit one of Morocco’s most beautiful and oldest coastal cities Essaouira, and the port fortress that was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the 18th century. Essaouira offers panoramic views of the fishing port of Ile de Mogador and the fishing boats and their native birds. In Essaouira, there are strong winds for most of the year. The “Ghanawa Music Festival” is held every year, bringing together different music groups from Africa and all over the world. He bought fish “cooked on-demand” in Moroccan style. In the afternoon, you can walk and explore alone, or relax and feel the romantic charm of this city. Riad in Medina overnight.

Day 10: Essaouira to Casablanca

 Today, we left Essaouira on the way to the coast and headed towards Casablanca, the “trade center of Morocco”. We drove through Safi, which is one of the great fishing towns, and then through Oualida, where you can enjoy delicious seafood in this wonderful place. After lunch, we continued to Casablanca via El Jadida (called Mazagan). This ancient medina was established in 1513 by the Portuguese. One day in Casablanca, we will visit Hasan 2, the second-largest mosque in the world, especially its location. Right on top of a small rocky cove overlooking the sea. Finally, return to your riad for the night.

Day 11: Transfer you to the airport

 You can get off at the airport and complete the Casablanca tour for 11 days. While waiting for the flight, you can have a free morning to eat or relax.



Essaouira is a beautiful coastal town in Morocco known for its laid-back atmosphere, stunning beaches, and unique medina (old town). The medina is a maze of narrow streets lined with shops selling everything from traditional Moroccan crafts to fresh seafood. Essaouira is also a popular spot for windsurfing and kitesurfing, thanks to its strong, consistent winds.


Nicknamed the “Blue Pearl,” Chefchaouen is a small town nestled in the Rif Mountains of northern Morocco. The town is famous for its buildings painted in various shades of blue, creating a truly unique and mesmerizing atmosphere. Chefchaouen is a popular destination for hikers and those seeking a relaxing escape. The town is also known for its traditional handicrafts, such as woven rugs and Berber jewelry.

Beni Mellal:

Beni Mellal is a larger city located in central Morocco, known as an important agricultural and commercial center. It’s not as tourist-heavy as Essaouira or Chefchaouen, but it offers a chance to experience a more local side of Morocco. Beni Mellal is surrounded by beautiful countryside, including the Beni Mellal Oulmesse Valley, a great spot for hiking and exploring. The city also has a lively market scene, where you can find everything from fresh produce to traditional clothing.
11 Days Morocco Tour From Casablanca

Tour Reviews

May 15, 2024

This made the trip worthwhile! It was an awesome day spent! I would recommend this to anyone who has time or is looking for something to do! You won’t regret it!

May 15, 2024

I spent Morocco tour 11 days with trips around Morocco. Driven to rabat, fes the desert of merzouga and marrakech. It was great service and we enjoyed the trip, I highly recommend it.

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