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Discovery from Casablanca Morocco Tour Package 10 Days 9 Nights

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10 Days 9 Nights

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Arabic, English

Saturday Arrival –

Morocco is a nation of incredible diversity and a gateway to Africa. Epic mountain ranges, historic towns, wide deserts — and warm hospitality – may all be found here. Moroccan culture reflects the country’s rich historical background. Moroccan cuisine, languages, art, and landmarks are a synthesis of the numerous races, faiths, and nations that have left their imprint on the country’s culture.

Morocco has long been a popular destination for artists from across the world, and the country has a strong artistic industry of its own, including award-winning literature, cinema, and popular music. Morocco’s cultural richness is celebrated via film, music, and art festivals in Marrakesh, Essaouira, Casablanca, Rabat, Fez, Tangier, and Dakhla, among other cities. Moroccan food is a fusion of Berber, Andalusian, Arab, and Mediterranean influences. Nonetheless, its most popular foods are Berber, from Couscous to Tagine to Harira.

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  • The Mohamed V Square and the Royal Palace
  • Hassan II Mosque
  • A Jewish neighborhood
  • Volubilis' Roman remains are a must-see.
  • Bou Anania Medersa and the Fountain of Nejjarine
  • Mausoleum of Mohamed V
  • The Dar Si Said Museum and the Koutoubia


Arrival at Casablanca International Airport. Welcoming you and transferring you to your hotel. Check-in, supper, and accommodation are all included.

DAY 2: (Sunday) CASABLANCA – MEKNES – FEZ (320 km)
DAY 2: (Sunday) CASABLANCA – MEKNES – FEZ (320 km)

Short visit of the Economic Capital: the Habous district, the Royal Palace, the Mohamed V square, the residential area of Anfa, and the outside of the Mosque Hassan II.

Departure to Meknes. Optional lunch. The visit Meknes, the Ismailia capital with the longest ramparts in Morocco (40 km) includes the famous Bab Mansour gate, the Royal Stables, and the Jewish quarter. Departure to the holy city of Moulay Driss (panoramic view) and visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis. Then Continuation to Fez. Dinner & overnight in hotel.

DAY 3: (Monday) FEZ
DAY 3: (Monday) FEZ

The religious capital is visited for the entire day, including the Medieval Medina and its souks, the Royal Palace, Attarine or Bou Anania Medersa, Nejjarine fountain, and the outside of Moulay Idriss mausoleum and Karaouine Mosque.

Lunch in a typical Medina restaurant is an option. The visit continues in the evening. Dinner and a stay in a hotel are included.

DAY 4: (Tuesday) FEZ – RABAT – MARRAKECH (495 km)
DAY 4: (Tuesday) FEZ – RABAT – MARRAKECH (495 km)

Visit the Royal Palace (Mechouar), Ouadayas Garden & Kasbah, Mohamed V Mausoleum, and Hassan Tower Mosque in Rabat, Morocco's administrative capital. Lunch with seafood is an option. Continue on the high road to Marrakesh. In the motel for dinner and the night.

DAY 5: (Wednesday) MARRAKECH
DAY 5: (Wednesday) MARRAKECH

A full-day tour of Marrakech, the second-oldest Royal city in the world, also known as "the Ochre City." The Menara Garden, the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, the Koutoubia, and the Dar Si Said Museum are all included in the historical tour.

Lunch is served at the hotel. Afternoon tour of the souks, handicraft areas, and the famed Jemaa El-Fna Square, which is known for its nonstop entertainment. Dinner with a show is available as an option. In the motel for the night.

DAY 6: (Thursday) MARRAKECH - OUARZAZATE – ZAGORA (380 km)
DAY 6: (Thursday) MARRAKECH - OUARZAZATE – ZAGORA (380 km)

Travel to Ait Benhaddou through the Tizi N'tichka pass (2260m of altitude). Visit the city's iconic Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has served as the setting for numerous films like Lawrence of Arabia, Troy, Gladiator, and Game of Thrones...

Lunch is an option. Crossing the Draa valley on the way to Zagora. Dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel are included.

Day 7 : (Friday) ZAGORA -> NKOB - TAZZARINE - ERFOUD (300 km)
Day 7 : (Friday) ZAGORA -> NKOB - TAZZARINE - ERFOUD (300 km)

Depart for Erfoud, stopping in Tamgroute, which is noted for its pottery center. The villages of Tansikht, Nkob, Tazzarine, and Alnif, with their magnificent pre-Saharian scenery, are also included on the trip.

Lunch at Alnif is optional. In the afternoon, continue to Erfoud through Rissani, the cradle of the Alaouites Dynasty. Dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel are included.
Optional: Merzouga dune excursion in a 4x4 vehicle.

DAY 8: (Saturday) ERFOUD - TINGHIR - OUARZAZATE (350 km)
DAY 8: (Saturday) ERFOUD - TINGHIR - OUARZAZATE (350 km)

If you slept the previous night in an Erfoud hotel, you can take an optional 4x4 excursion to Merzouga to see the dawn from the top of the sand dunes. Departure for Tinghir, including a stop at the Todra Canyons, where the cliffs reach a height of 250 meters. Lunch at a local eatery near the canyons is an option.

The afternoon continues to Ouarzazate along the 1000 Kasbahs road, which passes through Kalaat M'Gouna and the Skoura valley. Upon arrival, take a short tour of Ouarzazate. Dinner and an overnight stay in a hotel


Arrival in Marrakech. Lunch in a restaurant is an option. Afternoon at leisure or extra excursions is available. In the motel for dinner and the night.


Transfer to Casablanca airport with help during check-in.

  • Half-board hotel accommodations as specified in the itinerary
  • Assistance with airport arrival and departure transfers
  • Air-conditioned luxurious minivan with driver available throughout the tour
  • During the entire tour, you will be escorted by an English-speaking guide (for groups of more than 8 people, only a language-speaking driver and local guides will be available for visits).
  • Sightseeing and visits as outlined in the schedule are included.
  • Monument entrance costs, as specified in the program
  • At the hotels, luggage porterage and tips
  • We'll be happy to help you in any way we can.
  • Taxes on VAT
  • Air-tickets.
  • Insurance
  • Costs of living
  • Guide and driving suggestions

10 Days 9 Nights


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Is English widely spoken in Morocco?
In schools, English is taught as a second language. However, you should not expect that everyone you encounter will be able to communicate in English. If this is a problem, it may be more cost-effective to hire a trilingual tour guide for your small or private group tour.
In Morocco, what currency is used?
The Moroccan dirham is the official currency of the country. Credit cards are commonly accepted, and ATMs issuing local cash are plentiful.
When is the most ideal time to visit Morocco?
Morocco is best visited in the spring, from March to May, or in the fall, from September to October. Other months can be enjoyable if you favor bright and sunny weather or don't mind the cold.
Is Morocco a good place to visit with kids?
Morocco is a fantastic family vacation destination with activities for all ages. Enjoy a hot-air balloon trip over Marrakech, a visit to the Ourika Valley, a camel ride in the Sahara Desert, a visit to Fez's colorful medina, and much more. This moderate Muslim country in North Africa welcomes all visitors.


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