Trip Details

7-Day Journey from Casablanca

7 Days
  • Handpicked accommodation in hotels, Kasbahs, and Riads. Includes a night in a luxury Sahara camp.
  • Private air conditioned vehicle with English, Spanish or French speaking driver/guide
  • All breakfast + Two dinners on 5th and 6th days.
  • Fully guided: Official art historian guides in Fes & Marrakech
  • Casablanca
  • Casablanca
  • 5
  • 85


Begin an unforgettable 7-day journey across Morocco, starting and ending in Casablanca. Discover the enchanting blue hues of Chefchaouen, explore the vibrant cultural tapestry of Fes with two nights in this historic city, and experience the tranquility of a luxury Sahara Desert camp under the starlit skies. Wander through the bustling souks and iconic landmarks of Marrakech, where ancient traditions meet modern charm. This tour promises a blend of rich history, breathtaking landscapes, and authentic Moroccan hospitality, all curated to create lasting memories of this diverse and captivating country.

Trip Highlights

  • Chefchaouen's Blue Medina: Explore the picturesque streets and alleys painted in shades of blue, offering stunning photo opportunities and a peaceful atmosphere.
  • Historic Fes: Immerse yourself in the medieval medina of Fes, a UNESCO World Heritage site, visiting ancient madrasas, vibrant souks, and the oldest university in the world.
  • Luxury Sahara Camp Experience: Spend a night in a luxury camp in the Sahara Desert, enjoying Berber hospitality, camel rides over golden dunes, and mesmerizing sunsets and starry skies.
  • Hassan II Mosque: Visit Casablanca's iconic Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world, known for its stunning architecture and seaside location.
  • Marrakech's Djemaa el-Fna: Experience the lively atmosphere of Marrakech's main square, Djemaa el-Fna, where snake charmers, storytellers, and vibrant food stalls create an unforgettable sensory experience.
  • Volubilis Roman Ruins: Explore the well-preserved Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO site known for its intricate mosaics, ancient columns, and historical significance.
  • Rabat's Historical Sites: Discover the capital city of Rabat, visiting landmarks such as the Hassan Tower, Chellah Necropolis, and the Kasbah of the Udayas, offering insights into Morocco's rich history and culture.


In the morning, you'll start your journey exploring the splendor of Casablanca, beginning with a visit to the Hassan II Mosque, the city's largest mosque. From there, we'll travel to Morocco's capital, Rabat. Our Rabat itinerary includes stops at Bab Challah, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, one of the main gates of the royal palace, and the Oudaya Kasbah. After a delightful lunch at a local restaurant, we'll continue our journey directly to the captivating blue city of Chefchaouen. Along the way, we'll pass through charming small towns, offering opportunities for breaks and scenic views. Upon early arrival in Chefchaouen, you'll have ample time to wander through its mesmerizing blue alleys, capture memorable photos, and indulge in local cuisine. The day concludes with an overnight stay at the hotel.

After breakfast, take some time to explore the charming alleyways of Chefchaouen, known as the Blue City. We'll then drive to visit the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis, meticulously preserved and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You'll discover beautiful mosaics, ancient pillars, and archways scattered throughout the site. After exploring the ruins, we'll continue our journey 30 km to Meknes, once the Ismaili capital and one of Morocco's imperial cities. Here, we'll visit landmarks such as Bab Al-Mansour, the Sahrij Souani Basin, the Royal Stables, the Granary, and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. Finally, we'll head to Fes for an overnight stay in a Riad.

We'll spend the day exploring the highlights of Fes city with a local guide. Fes is renowned as one of Morocco's imperial cities and serves as its cultural and religious center. Our journey begins by visiting the Royal Palace gate, followed by the well-preserved medieval Medina, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You'll see the iconic Blue Gate, or Bab Boujloud, marking the entrance to the old Medina, with its intricate labyrinth of alleys and streets. Inside the Medina, we'll visit landmarks like the Medrasa Bouanania, the Najjarine Fountain, and the Tanneries, before reaching the Quaraouin Mosque and University, recognized as the world's oldest university. Exiting the Medina, we'll explore the Jewish quarter, also known as "the Mellah," and then drive to an ancient fortress for a panoramic view of Fes and its Medina. Finally, we'll return to your Riad to conclude our day.

After breakfast, we'll drive south through Imouzzer to visit Ifrane, known for its cool temperatures, snow, and alpine-style houses, earning it the nickname "Switzerland of Morocco." Next, we'll head to the cedar forest, home to the Barbary macaques, where you can feed the monkeys and explore the forest. Later, we'll continue to Midelt for a lunch break. Then, we'll drive to Merzouga via the Tizi-n-Tilghmt pass and along the Ziz Valley, stopping for panoramic views. In the afternoon, we'll arrive in the Sahara desert of Merzouga, where you'll switch to camels and cross the sandy desert. We'll pause atop a high dune to enjoy the sunset before continuing to the camp, which blends traditional nomadic tents with the luxury of a hotel. Here, you can enjoy Berber drum music and dance around the campfire under a star-filled sky. Dinner and overnight will be at the camp.

Waking up early in the morning is essential to enjoy the stunning sunrise in the desert. After some free time for breakfast, we'll leave the desert and head to Rissani, the ancient capital of Tafilalet. Rissani remains a significant trading hub with a bustling souk that operates three days a week. After exploring the souk, we'll continue to Erfoud to visit a fossilized marble workshop. Next, we'll drive through the palm groves of Touroug and Tinjdad to reach the Todra Gorges, where the Todra River has carved a magnificent canyon with high red cliffs, ideal for rock climbing. You can wander through the gorges and admire the scenery, then enjoy some free time for lunch at a restaurant. Afterward, we'll proceed to the Dades Valley via Boumalne Dades, with stops at the unique "monkey fingers" rock formation and a viewpoint overlooking the valley. Finally, we'll have dinner and stay overnight at a hotel.

Today, we will travel to Kalaa Magouna to visit the Rose Valley, where an annual Rose Festival takes place in May. During this festival, locals offer a variety of rose products, including perfumes, rose water, oil, and cosmetics. Afterward, we'll drive through the palm groves of Skoura to reach Ouarzazate, where we will visit the studios where many famous movies were filmed. Next, we will visit the renowned Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a fortified village and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Kasbah has been featured in numerous movies, such as Gladiator, Alexander, and The Mummy, as well as TV series like Game of Thrones. We will then continue to Marrakech, traveling through the Tizi-N-Tichka pass and the High Atlas Mountains, with stops for lunch and photo opportunities at scenic spots. Finally, we will arrive in Marrakech, where we will have dinner and stay overnight at a hotel.

After enjoying breakfast at the Riad, you can begin exploring Marrakech, known as "the red city of Morocco," if you have some free time. We'll make sure you visit the key historical and cultural attractions, such as the Secret Garden, the Koutoubia Tower, the Saadian Tombs, and the Bahia Palace. Afterwards, we'll either transfer you to the airport if you have a flight that day or drop you off at your hotel in Casablanca.


What's included

  • Accommodation: Handpicked accommodation in hotels, Kasbahs, and Riads. Includes a night in a luxury desert camp.
  • Guides: Fully guided
  • Meals: All breakfast + Two dinners on 5th and 6th day.
  • Transport: Private air conditioned vehicle with English, Spanish or French speaking driver
  • Camel Ride: One Camel each
  • Sand Boarding in the Sahara
  • One Bottel of water per person per day.

What's not Included

  • The flight tickets to and from your homeland.
  • Travrel Insurance.
  • Meal: Lunches, Dinners and Drinks.
  • Meals: Lunches, Dinners and beverages
  • trips and gratuity


Is Morocco a Safe Destination?

Morocco has one of the lowest crime rates in the world and, compared to the US and Europe, is considered a very safe destination. Moroccan people are known for their hospitality and they will make you feel very welcomed, for more information on the topic contact us and we’ll provide you with some personal single-traveller experiences.

Is There any Dress Code for Women Visiting Morocco?

No. You may wear whatever you feel comfortable in, we only have one exception on tours of the Mosque like Hassan II. To enter you would need to dress conservatively as you would in a church (no shorts, tanks tops, etc.).

As in any country you should use direction with your attire if you want to avoid unwanted attention.

What currencies can I exchange in Morocco?

US Dollars, Sterling and Euros are readily exchangeable. We recommend you take a mixture of cash and credit cards. Scottish bank notes and Australian dollar travellers cheques and cash are NOT normally accepted in Morocco.

The form of the meeting at the airport, where?

With accurate information on the schedule of your arrival, our guide and our driver await you at the customs exit at the airport, with a sign with your name and first name. It’s always easy, this appointment. In case of concern, you can contact us by phone with our contact information noted in our emails. We are always at your disposal 24 hours a day

From €1870
/ Person
  • Handpicked accommodation in hotels, Kasbahs, and Riads. Includes a night in a luxury Sahara camp.
  • Private air conditioned vehicle with English, Spanish or French speaking driver/guide
  • All breakfast + Two dinners on 5th and 6th days.
  • Fully guided: Official art historian guides in Fes & Marrakech
  • Casablanca
  • Casablanca
  • 5
  • 85