10 Days Tour From casablanca to Merzouga
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On this customised 10 Days tour from casablanca to Merzouga, you’ll see the best of Morocco. You will be immersed in the diverse colors and cultures that characterize Morocco.
You will learn a lot about Morocco with us and gain a better understanding of its richness in many ways. In the comfort of an air-conditioned car, you can easily travel between attractions. After the camel trip, guests will spend the night in a Berber tented camp.
Highlights of : 10 days tour from casablanca to Merzouga
Tour Program of 10 days tour from casablanca to Merzouga
Day 1 : casablanca _ Marrakech
We will begin our 10-day trip from Casablanca to Marrakech. From Casablanca to Merzouga Desert, you will have a half-day free upon arrival to explore this vibrant city, also known as the “Red City” due to its pink-tinted buildings, visit the souks, and plunge into the excitement of the place Djemâa El-Fna Square in the heart of Morocco, where you will be delighted by the dancers, snake charmers, jugglers, narrators, and singers, as well as enjoy
Day 2 : explore Marrakech
Following breakfast, you will embark on a full-day tour of Marrakech, which will include a horse-drawn carriage ride around the city ramparts and lunch at the Koutoubia Minaret, the Majorelle Gardens, the 16th century Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, and the Dar Si Said Palace museum of jewelry, kaftans, leatherwork, carpets, chests, and doors. Stay in a Riad for the night.
Day 3 :Marrakech – Ait ben Haddou – Ouarzazate
After breakfast, you will depart for the High Atlas Mountains, stopping at Telouet Kasbah along the way to meet the locals and see the wonderful places they call home. You will then have lunch at a mountainside restaurant before continuing on to the Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, passing through many small villages and the Telout River. Ouarzazate is a great place to spend the night.
Day 4 :Ouarzazate – Dades Gorges – Todra Gorges
After breakfast, depart from the hotel and travel to Todra Gorges, where you will see the Atlas Studios, then on to Skoura, where you will see the fascinating Kasbah Amerhidil, and then on to El Kelaâ M’Gouna, where you will have lunch in the Valley of Roses. You will drive through the beautiful Mil Kasbah route, which is accessible by 444, passing small Berber villages such as the amazing village of Boutgrar and other nomad Berbers living in caves. You will then continue on to the Dadès Valley and Gorges, where you will spend the night in a Berber guest house Kasbah.
Day 5 :Todra Gorges – Merzouga
After breakfast, you will see the incredible Todra Gorges before traveling to Tinghir, where you will be able to walk amid the gorgeous oasis palm palms. Your next stop will be Erfoud, where you will visit a traditional cutting workshop before continuing to Merzouga, where you will camel trek through the beautiful Erg Chebbi dunes and spend the evening in a bivouac (camp), where you will enjoy a Moroccan dinner and sleep in a traditional Nomad camel hair tent.
Day 6 :MERZOUGA / Midelt
Enjoy breakfast while watching a magnificent dawn in the desert. Bivouac trekkers will return by camel and visit the Black Gnawa settlement, which is noted for its spiritual music, before continuing on to Midelt through Erfoud, Ziz Valley, and Errachidia, where they will spend the night in a Kasbah.
Day 7 :midelt / azrou /fes
Enjoy breakfast before traveling to Fes via the Middle Atlas Mountains and Azrou, where you will have the opportunity to wander through the region’s largest forest of cedar trees, which is home to monkeys. You will then visit the famous Dar el Batha Museum and the panoramic Kasbah, and spend the evening in a Riad in Fes.
Day 8: explore fes
In Fes, you’ll spend the morning exploring the city’s ramparts, seeing the Merinids’ Tomb, and touring the 14th-century Bou Inania Medersa and its fine museum, which houses a remarkable collection of illuminated manuscripts and pottery. You will have lunch in the Medina before exploring the fascinating cobblestone lanes of the Medina, as well as the richly decorated Attarin Medersa and the Neijarin Fountain. You will also see the medieval tannery, mosques, Fondouks where donkeys and their owners congregate, and the endless variety of merchandise ranging from handcrafts and edible goods to copperware and pottery. Stay in Fes for the night.
Day 9 :fes /casablanca
After breakfast, travel to Casablanca, Morocco’s main commercial city, to see the Hassan II Mosque, the world’s biggest mosque, and spend the night in a hotel.
Day 10:casablanca airport
Breakfast and transfer to the airport