7 Days Tour From casablanca to Merzouga

Overview of : 7 days tour from casablanca to Merzouga

The 7 days tour from Casablanca to Merzouga allows you to see the sights of Casablanca and Rabat. A private tour of Chefchaouen, Fes is available. Spend amazing moments in the Merzouga desert, including a camel ride through Erg Chebbi’s sea sand and night camping under the stars.

Before arriving in Marrakech, this 7-day Morocco tour from Casablanca will take you through the Sahara desert and allow you to visit kasbahs (castles), gorges, and valleys. Our customized Casablanca tour can begin at any moment to allow you to discover Morocco. Take a chance and experience Morocco’s authenticity with passionate natives.

Highlights of : 7 days tour from casablanca to Merzouga

Tour Program of : 7 days tour from casablanca to Merzouga


Begin your day at 8 a.m. from your hotel and explore the Hassan II Mosque in a variety of ways, from modern to traditional, including carved ceramic mosaic plaster and painted wood. Moroccan crafts, which was inaugurated in 1993, is the world’s second biggest mosque, and it will take more than 30,000 workers and artisans five years to finish. It is the largest in Morocco in terms of area covered. The mosque, which stands about 200 meters tall on a rocky outcropping near the ocean’s edge, is erected on a rocky outcropping. Then travel to Rabat, Morocco’s capital, through el Mohamadia, to see the Hassan Tower and the Kasbah of Oudaya, arriving in the blue city at 18h. Overnight stay and lodging


Chefchaouen, or Xaouen in Spanish, is an incredibly attractive Andalusian settlement in the Rif Mountains. In and of itself, the city may be explored in a single day. Thousands of pilgrims visit the city each year to pay their respects to the memory of Sidi Ben Ali at one of the city’s many shrines. Sharif Moulay ali ben Rachid founded the blue city in 1471. She was driving via Drive To Fes after exploring the blue median. Lunch in the Rif Mountains Breakfast is included in the price of your stay in Fez.

Day 3:FES / MIDELT :

We’ll meet our local guide in the morning. You will find a wonderful city, maybe as close to the Middle Ages as possible, to show us the charm of Fez. The city has many historical buildings, centered around the Qarouiyine mosque and some memorable souks, including the Qarouiyine University, which was founded in 859 and is one of Morocco’s most prestigious centers in the Arab world. The university’s influence grew a few centuries later under the Marinades with the construction of colleges or madrassas. The Almoravids united the two halves of Fes el Bali in the 11th century, and Fez became one of Islam’s major towns at 14 hours. Drive to the 12 desert lane, passing through Ifran and Azrou, and stay the night.

Day 4:MIDELT / ZIZ VALLEY / ERFOUD / merzouga desert :

We will depart Midelt in the morning and go via the Middle Atlas, the Ziz Valley, and the Ziz Gorge. We’ll take the scenic route to Errachidia for the first 20 kilometers, following the road to Oued Ziz. Cliffs were used to store crops in the past. and take a walk along the bank of the Hassan Addakhil dam, which was completed in 1971. The dam supplies water to Errachidia and the region’s oasis. It also defines the lake’s boundaries; you’ll have to cross the river for around 30 kilometers. Following the vistas, the road drops into the Ziz Valley, also known as Tafilalet, and then continues. It is an ideal starting place for exploring the valley and neighboring desert areas because it is a modern center of the Tafilalet region. The eastern borj, a military fort overlooking the settlement and palm trees on the other side of the river in Erfoud, is a shadow of its former splendour. Arrival in Merzouga’s desert, where we will ride camels. For our sunset at Desert Camp in the center of the sand dunes, as well as overnight and tent accommodations (dinner and breakfast included).


The Arab leader Mousa founded Rissani and Sijilmassa, originally the Berber capital of the Tafilalet region and now a huge retail center, in 757. Ben Nasser’s importance and prosperity have grown as a result of his position on the main trade route between the Sahel and Europe, from Niger to Tangier. By trading gold, his notoriety has grown, as has his cut. the city and the river. Moulay Ismail built a new huge Kasbah, but it was destroyed by the Ait Atta tribe in 1818. In the 13th century, the current Alawite family resided in the nearby area before relocating to the Moroccan sultanate in the 17th century. Through the towns, we arrive in the late afternoon at our destination, where we will be accommodated with dinner and breakfast.


Today, we’re starting to learn about Ouarzazate and Ait Benhaddou. This area was dubbed: Moroccan holly, horrible Kinky, gladiator, Christ’s last temptation, Babel, and Alexander the Great were all filmed here, and you may observe various bits of filmmaking as long as no filming is now taking place. The Kasbah Taourirt, which was mostly constructed in the nineteenth century, was at its peak in the 1930s. It would have housed the chief of Glaoui’s extended family, servants, and supporters. Following visits to film studios and UNESCO’s designation of Ait Benhaddou as a World Heritage Site. The location’s notoriety has traveled far and wide. After the tourist coach arrives, charge the coach, take a break to take some pictures, and then exit.


Today we walk and visit Marrakech’s medina: the city’s highlights are the medina’s streets and souks, rather than its museums and historical buildings. With a fresh organ juice in the square, Jemaa el-Fnaa is a fantastic spot to start. This is a simple introduction to Dar Sidi Said Palace and Bahia Palace’s amazing museums. Saadian tombs are also unavoidable, but they can be crowded. Take a break here for lunch before continuing north to the Koutoubia Mosque, the major promenade with a stunning view of the minaret. The souks can be overpowering; we’ll then proceed to the Majorelle garden, which is vibrant and relaxing, for a marvel among the greenery and glimpses of electric blue.

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7 days tour from casablanca to Merzouga

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