Welcome to Morocco! The best 9 Days Morocco tour from Casablanca is waiting for you! trips around Morocco have been organized for many years. With this experience, our team has developed the best 9 days itinerary covering most of Morocco. But please note that this tour is always customizable, and you can add or skip any destination you want. Welcome to contact us! Thanks to this route, you will have the opportunity to visit the royal cities of Morocco. Depart from Rabat, Meknes, Fes, and then from Marrakech. Not to mention heading to the Blue Pearl Chefchaouen. You will also visit the Sahara Merzouga desert, ride a camel, and spend the night in a Berber camp. You will leave the 1000 Castle Highway, where you will pass through the main directions Ouallywood and Ait Benhaddou.

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.

9 Days Morocco tour from Casablanca: FAQ

How far is Rabat from Casablanca?

Rabat isn’t too far from Casablanca! They’re just separated by about 87 kilometers, which translates to a quick trip of roughly 1 hour and 4 minutes

How far is Fes from Rabat?

Fes and Rabat aren’t that far apart! Roughly 201 kilometers from each other, approximately 2 hours and 16 minutes.

How far is Essaouira from Marrakech?

They’re only separated by about 177 kilometers, roughly 2 hours and 43 minutes.

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 to Fes

With our 9 days tour from Casablanca, You will explore Fes, after breakfast in your riad. The journey takes place through the Medina, visiting many places of cultural and historical interest, such as the world’s oldest, the Al Karawine Mosque, the Tannery, and the Najjarin Spring. After lunch, the royal palace entrance, Mellah area, and the pottery cooperative will be taken outside of the Medina. The entire Medina of Fes, a fortification, we will have a look in the afternoon. Stay in the middle of old Medina overnight in an authentic riad.

Day 2: Total day in Fes

After breakfast in your riad, you can visit Fes, Morocco’s holiest city. The trip will take you across Medina and will take you to several historical sites, including the oldest in the country, the Al Karawine Mosque, the Tannery, and Najjarin Spring. After lunch, you can carry out of Medina the Royal Palace entry, Mellah, and the Pottery Cooperative. We will glance at the whole Medina of Fes in the afternoon, a fortification. Stay overnight in a riad in the center of the old medina.

Day 3 : Fes to Merzouga

You will leave Fes after breakfast, traveling through Midelt and Ziz Valley to Merzouga. Now you’ll be traveling through the town of Ifrane, a lovely mountain village called the Moroccan Switzerland. You can end here in the cedar forest of the middle mountains of the Atlas. On this trip, you will have the chance to glimpse the middle Atlas and the mountains of the Higher Atlas and stop in Azrou, a Berber village located in the middle of the cedar forest, the largest in Morocco.

Afterward, the trip to Midelt starts through the splendid Atlas hills and mountains. In Midelt after lunch, Tiz Ntalghamn interesting pass and stunning Ziz Gorge overlooking the High Atlas Hill, watching the landscape changing in its approach to the south-east province of Errachidia as you discover signs of the wilderness. Then you can ride up the fantastic Ziz valley, stopping along the way to Erfud and Rissani for panoramic views. You’ll be greeted with your glass of mint tea before you sign out on your riad when you get to Merzouga in the evening.


Day 4: Merzouga desert tour

You will meet the Gnawas – originally from Mali, Senegal, and Sudan – in their village of Khamlia where they will talk about their music and lifestyle after breakfast in a riad before you start the journey with the camel. We would then travel across the desert to visit nomadic families to experience their way of life. Today is a popular Berber dinner (Berber pizza).

The old town of Rissani – the base of the Alaouite dynasty – will also be available for a tour of the present ruling royal family in Morocco. Rissani has about 360 ksar (a fortified village with many towers) surrounded by a large souk. Three days a week (a free market). Once known as Sijilmassa, the salt caravans from Tombouctou in Mali came together in this place of event. You stroll down here, selling spices, vegetables, and cloths, through the souk. Return to Merzouga town. In the afternoon, you will ride your camel and discover what is hidden in the highest dunes of Morocco, led by an expert camel. Dinner before the tent where you’ll stay for the night will be served.


Day 5: Merzouga to Dades Valley

Early in the morning, your camp guide will wake you to see how the best sunrise in your life will be. You are going to go back to Merzouga village with calm camels. On the way to the beautiful Erg Chebbi dunes, you cannot forget to admire their unique beauty shifting in light as the day goes on.

You abandon the largest and narrowest gorges in Morocco after breakfast and the heat shower at the riad for Rissani, Tinghir, and Todgha Gorges. We will go through the Dades Valley after lunch in the center of the gorge, where you will see the magnificent castles and the incredible cliff formations called “monkey furrows.” Overnight stays are available in a fantastic guest house with a diner and breakfast overlooking the Dades Valley.


Day 6: Dades Valley to Marrakech

After breakfast in your hotel, you can fly to Ouarzazate and then Marrakech via the Dades Valley. The Dades Valley road is called the Kasbahs’ Way providing you with various possibilities to make some of the best photographs of your journey. You stop at Kalaat M’Gouna the center of the Rose Valley where you can visit the rose cooperative, and buy rose water, which will make your linen feel good long after your trip finishes. Follow the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah to Marrakech.

Constructed in the 19th century by Et Hami El Glaoui, one of the last Berber chiefs, The kasbah is now a building with flaws. The magnificent passes Tizi n’Tichka (2260m), through the High Atlas Mountains, enable you to explore how Argan Oil is produced the only one in Morocco by Berber women in their cooperative before arriving at your overnight stay in Marrakech.


Day 7: Disposal Marrakech

After breakfast in the riad, you can start to explore Marrakesh, Morocco’s “red capital.” The Majorelle Gardens, the Koutoubia Tower, the Saadian tombs, and the Bahia Plaza are all major historical and cultural sites. You’ll stroll through the souks and see hundreds of crafts in a restaurant near the square after lunch. In the afternoon you might think about the other areas of the city for yourself.

Day 8: Marrakech Free Day or Essaouira Day trip

Today you have three options: a trip to Essaouira, a day’s trip, or a simple day to prepare a Moroccan meal.

Day 9: Transfer to the airport in Casablanca

On the last day of our 9 days tour from Casablanca, we will transfer you to the airport, and that’s the end of our tour.



This charming coastal town, nicknamed the “Windy City of Morocco,” is a paradise for surfers and kitesurfers thanks to its consistent winds. Essaouira boasts a beautiful medina (old town) with whitewashed houses and characteristic blue doors. The relaxed atmosphere and bustling port, where you can watch colorful fishing boats bobbing on the waves, make it a perfect getaway.”


Morocco’s beating heart, Casablanca is a bustling metropolis with a rich French colonial past. Nicknamed the “White City” for its many Art Deco buildings, Casablanca offers a blend of European and Moroccan influences. Explore the beautiful beachfront promenade, marvel at the Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco, or grab a drink at Rick’s Cafe, a popular tourist spot inspired by the classic movie “Casablanca.”


Morocco’s capital city, Rabat, offers a unique blend of history, culture, and modern life. The city boasts well-preserved historical sites like the Kasbah of the Udayas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a stunning example of Moroccan architecture. Stroll through the vibrant medina or explore the city’s many museums to delve deeper into Morocco’s rich heritage.
9 Days Morocco tour from Casablanca

Tour Reviews

May 8, 2024

We finally reached Merzouga after our trip! Local guides were waiting to show us the ropes of the desert. In the late afternoon, around 5:00 pm, we set off on an amazing camel trek. As we rode through the desert sands, we got to witness a breathtaking sunset!

After a while, we arrived at our desert camp. After sunset, it got dark, and we left our things in our tents, called “Haimas” in Moroccan Arabic. Then, the best part – dinner! It was delicious, but the fun wasn’t over. Our guides put on a little concert for us, and then they even taught us how to play traditional drums! Finally, the night sky came alive with countless stars the most magical moment of the whole trip! This desert experience was unforgettable, and I would definitely do it again in a heartbeat!

May 8, 2024

My sister and I arrived in Merzouga in the afternoon, ready to explore the Sahara Desert! The staff there were super friendly and welcoming right from the start. Our Berber guide, an expert on the desert, led us through the amazing landscape on camels. We had plenty of time to relax and soak up the beauty of the endless golden sand dunes.

While we chilled on the dunes, the staff whipped up a delicious dinner of Moroccan specialties like vegetable tagine and chicken. After dinner, our Berber host invited us to a fireside jam session under a sky full of stars! We all played drums together, laughing and dancing to traditional Moroccan music. This was definitely a highlight for me – the happy atmosphere with everyone having a good time was amazing. The Berbers were incredibly friendly and always there to lend a hand (or should I say hoof?)

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