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    12 Day Morocco Tour itinerary

    Morocco 12 Day Tour from Casablanca

    12 Day Morocco Tour itinerary

    Are you looking to immerse yourself in an endless world of culture? Discover traditions, marvels, magic, empires, civilizations, and much more! You are in the right place. With our 12 Day Morocco tour itinerary from Casablanca, you are going to experience all this. The trip includes Casablanca, Morocco’s economic capital, which is the starting and ending point of all the charming cities. We will undoubtedly visit the Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco, which all Moroccans collected money to build under King Hassan II’s supervision. Next, we will travel from Casablanca to Rabat, the capital city. There are many landmarks in this city, so it will be a trip full of sights for the eyes to see.

    Blue City – Meknes – Fes 

    Afterward, we travel to Chefchaouen, also referred to as the Blue Pearl. Here, the power of beauty and nature captivates the eyes and stirs the heart. Later we visit Volubilis, which is the birthplace of civilization, history, and empire, Next is, Meknes became the Ismaili capital. The wondrous city contains the strangest, smartest, and most influential landmarks in Morocco. Thereafter, to Fes Hundreds of dynasties inhabited Fes. Jews, Almoravids, Alawites, and Idrissi, in particular, made significant contributions to the cultural diversity.

    Sahara Desert – Marrakech 

    Later, we head south to the Sahara Desert. On the way, we visit Ifrane, famous ay the Little Swiss of Morocco. The city was well-known for the lions that lived there. Furthermore, we will visit the Cedar Forest, Ziz Valley, and then the Sahara Desert of Merzouga, where a camel experience awaits you. You will spend the night at a luxurious camp situated in the heart of the desert.  Merzouga, during your tour, you will visit Todgha and Dades Gorges, as well as the enchanting Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. In Marrakech, you can learn about the city’s history by taking a sightseeing tour with a local tour guide, then go to Casablanca, where the 12-day Morocco Tour itinerary ends.

    Arrival & departure of 12 Days in Morocco

    12 Days from Casablanca

    Arrival Destination


    You will be picked up by our Driver Guide from the Mohamed V International Airport in Casablanca

    Departure Destination


    You will be dropped off in Your Accommodation in Casablanca or in Mohamed V International Airport.

    Brief Itinerary of: Morocco itinerary 12 Days

    12 Days in Morocco

    Brief itinerary


       ‌‌1st Day:

    Arrival in Casablanca (overnight in Casablanca)

    2nd Day:

    Casablanca to Chefchaouen (overnight in Chefchaouen)

    3rd Day:

    Chefchaouen tour (overnight in Chefchaouen) ‌

    4th Day:

    Chaouen to Fes (Overnight in Fes) ‌

    5th Day:

    Fez tour (Overnight in Fes)

    6th Day:

    Fez to Sahara Desert (Overnight in Merzouga Desert camp) ‌

    7th Day:

     Merzouga desert (Overnight in Merzouga) ‌

    8th Day:

    Merzouga to Dades (Overnight in Dades) ‌

    9th Day:

    Bomalen Dades to Marrakech (Overnight in Marrakech) ‌

    10th Day:

    Marrakech tour (Overnight in Marrakech) ‌

    11th Day:

    Marrakech to Casablanca (Overnight in Casablanca) ‌

    12th Day:

    Casablanca to the airport Mohammed V


    Morocco Itinerary: 12 Days Tour in Morocco

    12 Days Around Morocco

    Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca

    On the first day of your 12-day Morocco tour itinerary, our driver guide will welcome you and accompany you throughout the trip. From the airport, you will head to the city center of the economic capital, Casablanca. It will take an hour to reach the historical landmark of the country, which is the Hassan II Mosque. If you arrive before 5 pm, we will visit the mosque. Uncovering the mosque’s hidden secrets, considered Africa’s second-largest matter, will take a full hour. Alternatively, you can take a walk around the Corniche to experience the flavor of fresh Moroccan fish. In the afternoon, we will transfer you to the hotel for the night.

    Meals included: Only Breakfast is included at the hotel.

    Distance: 33 Km from The Airport to the Hotel.

    Duration: Depends on the Traffic but Approximately Half an Hour

    Day 2: Casablanca - Rabat - Chefchaouen

    The day is about to start, and the beginning is a wonderful breakfast in a panoramic hotel overlooking the Hassan II Mosque. Then head north to the royal capital, Rabat. The city is full of monuments, the most important of which is the Hassan Tower. Built in 1199, it is a UNESCO world heritage site. If Lisbon’s earthquake had not struck western Morocco, we would not have witnessed it today. The world’s largest minaret and the largest mosque in Western Islam are both present here. Next, visit is Challah the Phoenicians established Challah Kasbah as a commercial center in the 6th and 7th centuries BC, and the Romans settled it as a port for their commercial ships in the 3rd century AD.

    → Kasbah of Oudaya History:

    Finally, we conclude our visit to this royal city by visiting the Kasbah of Oudaya, regarded as the most important historical monument with a long history. Its construction served as a fortress to protect the city from pirate ships and invading forces. After that, we traverse the Rif Mountain, where the scenery is breathtaking from every angle. We are grateful for the abundant rainfall. Once we arrive in the quaint, artistic town of Chefchaouen, your guide will direct you to your overnight riad, but in the interim, you have ample opportunity to explore Medina’s captivating streets by night.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the hotel.

    Distance: 340 km From Casablanca to Chefchaouen City

    Duration: 6-7 Hours with Stops

    Day 3: Free Day for Exploring Chefchaouen

    Today is an enchanting day where you can either relax in your Riad or spend time exploring the magnificent Medina, witnessing how the locals transformed a once marginalized village into one of Morocco’s major tourist hubs. You can also hike up the mountain to reach the Spanish Mosque, situated on a peak overlooking the old Medina, where you can enjoy a breathtaking sunset. Afterward, make your way back to To summarize, Berbers have been building Chefchaouen since 1471.

    → History of The Blue city

    Later, the Catholic Morash expelled Moroccans and Jews from Spain, using Chefchaouen as a refuge. For a while, only Muslims could enter this sacred place. If you’re wondering why Chef Chaouen’s color is blue, here’s the explanation! According to stories, the purpose of painting Chefchaouen blue was to differentiate the Jewish-inhabited area from the Muslim-inhabited area, which symbolizes the color green. Other stories say that the city was painted blue in order to get rid of mosquitoes that pose a nuisance.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the hotel.

    Distance: Free Day

    Duration: Walk by your own. 

    Day 4: Chefchaouen - The Roman Ruins - Meknes - Fes

    The day begins with an excellent northern breakfast, and then our journey starts towards the land of history and civilization, Volubilis, which is one of the oldest places in Morocco and dates back to the third century BC. Excavations, inscriptions, and Punic writing have demonstrated the city’s origins in the Carthaginian period, following which they named it Volubilis. The Romans colonized Volubilis, building several facilities including the temple, courts, baths, and the Arc of Triumph, along with houses adorned with mosaic paintings and olive presses. In addition, Volubilis became the Mauritanian kingdom’s capital.

    → To Meknes:

    In addition, we visit Meknes. It is known as the Ismaili Capital. This city received great attention from Moulay Ismail, who built it and did not forget even the small details. During his rule, he built several facilities, such as Sahrij Souani, Hri Souani, Qara Prison, Bab Mansour, and many others. We will explore each location, but to summarize, Sahrij Souani is a vast pool, measuring 5 meters deep and 300 meters in length, designed to supply water to public sites, schools, mosques, public baths, and private homes during the driest periods.

    → Visit Hri Swani – Qara – Bab Mansour

    King Moulay Ismail built Hri Swani, a grain store, in the 18th century. In addition, we visit Qara Prison. It is considered to be one of the most dangerous prisons in the world. A Portuguese prisoner, promised a release by Moulay Ismail if he succeeded in building the prison, built it at the beginning of the 18th century, with the capacity to house up to 40,000 prisoners. After that, we visit Bab Mansour and Moulay Ismail’s Monument. Finally, we head back on the road, but this time to our accommodation in Fes for an overnight stay in a fabulous Riad in the heart of the Medina.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the Riad.

    Distance: 197 Km from Chefchaouen to Fes.

    Duration: 5-6 Hours including Stops.

    Day 5: Sightseeing tour in Fes

    Today is a day to dive into the history of this ancient city, and no one disputes that this city is the most authentic in Morocco as a whole. Idriss I built the city in 789. He was a direct descendant of both the Messenger and the prophet Mohamed. Until 1912, Fez served as the royal capital of Morocco, under French rule. Fez is considered the oldest city in Morocco, having existed for more than thirteen centuries. Our visit today includes many historical sites, such as the Golden Palace gates. It’s really a massive gate that contains intricate woodwork and beautiful, colorful tiles. It is a treat for the eyes.

    → Visit of Fes

    Next, a walk beside the huge walls of the palace feels like no other. The palace is well-secured, as evidenced by the military posts strategically placed throughout. Furthermore, we continue our visit to the pottery factory, where the craftsmen make a variety of tools, such as ceramic vessels, tiles, and much more. You will be truly amazed by this wonderful world of pottery. Next to the magnificent Panorama, known as Borj Sud or South Tower in English, The old Medina of Fes serves as a backdrop for a stunning photo.

    → Medina Secrets:

    Subsequently, we embark on a journey to the Medina, immersing you in a realm brimming with history and civilization. Your local guide will lead you to explore the following sites: The Najjarine Fountain, Medrasa Bouanania, and Quaraouin’s Mosque and University, built by Fatima Al-Fihri in 859, are the world’s oldest universities. Spend the night in a luxurious Riad.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the Riad.

    Distance: 15 Km from inside the city

    Duration: 4-5 Hours of Exploration.

    Day 6: Fes - Ifrane - Cedar Forest - Ziz Valley - Merzouga Desert

    Today, a long way lies ahead of us. Your 12-day Morocco tour itinerary begins with a typical Moroccan breakfast, then a drive south to the Sahara Desert. While traversing the Middle Atlas Mountains, we will pause in Ifrane, a popular destination for Moroccans to spend their weekends during the snowy season. Known as the Little Switzerland of Morocco, we have twenty minutes of free time to visit the Lion’s Statue, erected during the French colonial era.

    → To Sahara Desert:

    After enjoying some free time for lunch, we continue our journey to the Ziz Valley, a breathtaking oasis where only palm trees thrive. We will only pause for a few unforgettable photos before continuing on to the Sahara Desert of Merzouga, where the breathtaking desert dunes located. Your well-fed camels await, ready to provide you with a once-in-a-lifetime experience. As you ride on the camel, you will traverse the towering dunes, reaching a vantage point with a panoramic view, providing ample opportunity to enjoy the captivating sunset. Don’t forget to bring your camera. After the sun goes down, you will be riding the camels again, but this time to your desert camp in the heart of the desert. Where will you be spending the night?

    Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner included.

    Distance:  460 Km from Fes to Sahara Desert.

    Duration:  8-9 Hours with Stops.

    Day 7: Merzouga Day Desert excursion

    There is no doubt that today is a mix of relaxation and exploration. After enjoying a desert breakfast at your camp, we begin our exploration day by embarking on small adventures on the dunes in a 4×4 vehicle. Once we reach the nomads, you can settle into their hand-moved tent and enjoy a Berber glass of tea. Later after enjoying a sit with them give the Nomad a Tip as an away of kindness and politeness. From there we move on to Mefiss Mountains, an ancient site that the French colonized, Some buildings still fit so far. However, the mountains are rich in minerals and eyeliner, so the French extracted them and exported everything to their country.

    → To Gnawa & Oases:

    Next, we proceed to Khamlia Village, where a community of dark-skinned individuals, originally hailing from Mali and Sudan, thrives. Their primary source of income is the ancient African rhythms they perform for tourists, receiving tips from tourists. Afterward, free time to enjoy lunch at a traditional restaurant that specializes in Berber pizza. Our visit to the area today ends with a walk to see what’s growing in the desert in an oasis. Finally, we drop you off at the hotel to enjoy what has left from the afternoon, as well as the evening and night.

    Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner included.

    Distance:  40 Km from Around the Desert.

    Duration:  4 Hours of Exploration.

    Day 8: Merzouga Desert - Errisani - Todra Gorges - Bomalen Dades

    Today, your Morocco tour still brings wonders, as we dedicate it to visit Rissani City, the original area of the Alaouite dynasty from which the current king’s family comes. Rissani is known as a commercial town from ancient times. Here, many major caravans that came from Africa were staying for a couple of days to sell what they had brought. The fabulous market of Rissani is a typical traditional souk that lives every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Here, all the surrounding villages come either to shop or to buy their needs. Even the inhabitants of the Sahara Desert arrive.

    → To Todra Gorge & Dades Gorge:

    Thereafter, we continue towards the Todgha Gorge. The gorge, one of the most amazing places in terms of geology, has a fantastic view from the top of the canyons, especially for those who climb the rocks. The Todgha River met the Dades River and formed a stream extending for about 28 km, so the two rivers slowly carved the sandstone and limestone and finally formed a giant river with a depth of about 500 meters. Furthermore, we keep on driving, but this time to our destination, but before dropping you off in your Riad we will make a short visit to the enchanting Dades Gorges.

    Along the way, almond, walnut, palm, and poplar trees lie thanks to the Dades River that carved the way from the High Atlas Mountains to reach here, and on its way, it waters several orchards and oases. We will enjoy the spectacular landscapes of this amazing gorge, then we will transfer you to your accommodation for the overnight stay in a charming riad with a mixture of modern comfort and beautiful decor.

    Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner included.

    Distance:  253 Km from Merzouga to Bomalne Dades.

    Duration:  6-7 Hours with Stops.

    Day 9: Boumalne Dades - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah - Marrakech

    Have breakfast, then say goodbye to your Boumalne Dades host. 325 kilometers to Marrakech lie ahead of us. Today, we will explore many spectacular sites, starting with Rose Valley, then to Kalaat M’agouna City. Here, the locals’ produce is a source of constant inspiration. We will visit a women’s cooperative in this town to observe the extraction of hundreds of products from the roses growing in this region. There is body soap, cream, oil, shampoo, and many other products. Following this, we continue to Ouarzazate, a Berber town renowned for its cinematic productions, providing the locals with a glimmer of hope for financial gain from their labor in the film studios.

    → Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah:

    Later, we make our way to Morocco’s most famous Kasbah, which dates back to the 11th century. The Berbers who inhabit the area built the Kasbah. The building looks traditional, just brick and clay. However, the resilience of this reed, which has withstood rain, snow, and strong winds for centuries, is a source of pride for the ancient people. From the outside, the Kasbah resembles a small village, encircled by high walls and watchtowers, signifying its organized protection against any potential French enemy invasion.

    → To Marrakech:

    After that, we proceed to Marrakech, with a final stop at Tizi N’tichka Pass, situated at an elevation of 2260 meters above sea level. It’s located between Ouarzazate and Marrakech. Driving on a high-speed route like Tichka promises to be an exciting journey filled with curves, so buckle up and let’s continue our journey to Marrakech, also known as the “red city”. Around late afternoon, your driver guide will drop you off at your riad for an overnight stay.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.

    Distance: 314 Km from Boumalne Dades Marrakech.

    Duration:  5-6 Hours with Stops.

    Day 10: Marrakech Sightseeing tour with a Local guide

    Known as the “red city” or the “city of seven men,” Marrakesh has made significant contributions to the spread of awareness, knowledge, and culture. In 2014, Marrakesh emerged as the world’s most prominent tourist destination, earning the title of the best destination. The city is no less than the city of Fez in terms of ancient history, civilization, and influence.

    However, historians assert that a group of Amazigh tribes, hailing from the desert, built Marrakesh and gave their land the name Marrakech, an Amazigh term that signifies rapidity. Once the Almoravid dynasty assumed sovereignty, contributing to the city’s prosperity and the construction of numerous historical monuments, most of Morocco adopted the name Marrakesh until the French colonized it, referring to it as Maroc in French, Morocco in English, and Marruecos in Spanish.

    → Historical Monuments:

    Your visit today includes Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, Ben Youssef Quranic Mosque, and a walk in the Medina’s Souks. Free After enjoying some free time for lunch, you will continue your sightseeing tour to the Kotoubia Mosque, situated in the heart of the Medina. Your local guide will leave you near Jamaa El Fna Square. Now you can go by yourself and stroll around. There is still time and much to see, including storytellers, acrobatics, scouts, and more. Later, walk back on your own to the Riad, but remember to have dinner at one of the restaurants near Jamaa El Fna that serves clean food.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.

    Distance: Walk Tour

    Duration:  3 Hours of Exploration 

    Day 11: Marrakech - Casablanca

    On the eleventh day of your tour, we will be driving from Marrakech to Casablanca, a trip of 3 hours. The highway awaits us. And around midday, we drop you off at the hotel for an overnight stay.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.

    Distance: 245 Km from Marrakech to Casablanca.

    Duration:  3 Hours with Stops.

    Day 12: Transfer to Mohamed V International Airport

    The emotions we will experience today are beyond words. The 12 days in Morocco were coming to an end, and there was no better way to close it than with a hug. We or one of our trusted partners will pick you up from your hotel and transport you to the airport. Thank you for choosing Africa North Journeys to be your tour organizer. The 12-day Morocco Tour has come to an end.

    → Distance: from the hotel to Mohamed V international airport is 33 km (half an hour of drive)

    12 Days in Morocco Note:

    Morocco 12 Days Itinerary

    Tour Includes:

    • All Pickups & drops off during your Tour with us
    • Airport Transfers First and Last Day
    • Fluently English-speaking Guide or Driver
    • Well Comfortable and air-conditioned Car 
    • Fuel For the Car
    • 10 Nights in a Super Clean and Comfortable accommodations
    • Marrakech Fes City Tours with Local Guides
    • Desert Experience (Camel Rides - Excursion)
    • Visits to Fabulous Sights and Unique Places
    • 1 Night in a Desert Luxury Camp or Standard
    • Assistant - Help 24/7 During your Tour with us
    • Breakfasts
    • 3 Dinners in (2 in Merzouga Desert & 1 in Bomalen Dades

    Tour Excludes:

    • Lunches & Drinks & Dinners
    • Tickets of Historical Monuments
    • Travel insurance & Tipping

    Take into Account!!

    Please be aware of this. Africa North Journeys Company merely suggests a 12-day Morocco tour itinerary. If the tour above doesn’t suit your needs, never worry about that; we are open-minded and ready to make a different tour itinerary. We will only need some details of which places you prefer to visit as well as the activities you want to embark on. Our helping hand is always available, so throw away any hesitation and get in touch with us.

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    12 Day Morocco Tour itinerary
    • Morocco tours
      12 Day Tour in Morocco

      Fabulous 12 Days in Morocco Moha from Africa North Journeys went out of his way to Make us comfortable his English is fluently perfect and his carefully driving is unbelievable. Our 12 Days in Morocco full of exploration and amazing memories. I can’t thank Moha enough for his super fantastic service all during our tour. During our trip in Morocco, we got the chance to visit and to explore the most Morocco’s beautiful cities such as Marrakech, Casablanca, the blue city, Sahara Desert and much more. I Highly recommended this tour agency for anyone planning to travel to Morocco don’t forget to ask about Moha as your accompanying guide.

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      12 Days Around Morocco

      Embarking on 12 Day Morocco Tour itinerary with Africa North Journeys was the best Decision I ever made. Moha and Hassan did a great and fantastic job to make our stay in Morocco as much enjoyable as possible they went out of their way to make sure we are comfortable and having good time. Visiting the old and Stunning Markets at Medina’s was super fantastic and experiencing the camel ride and overnight in a desert camp defiantly were the highlights of the trip. We Highly Recommend this tour agency and our wonderful driver Hassan and super knowledgeable guide Moha for anyone want to visit Morocco.

    Frequently asked questions?

    12 Day Morocco Tour itinerary

    Is 12 Day Morocco Tour itinerary enough?

    A 12-day Morocco tour itinerary is one of Morocco’s most popular. Because the tour covers the majority of Morocco’s regions, in 12 days, travelers can visit Casablanca, the economic center of the kingdom. Additionally, visitors can explore imperial cities such as Rabat, Meknes, Fes, and Marrakech. Moreover, Chefchaouen, the blue city in the north, and the golden dunes of Merzouga are also noteworthy. Later visit Ouarzazate and Ait Ben. Finally, travel to Marrakech before proceeding to Casablanca, where the tour comes to an end.

    things to do in Casablanca?

    During your stay in Casablanca, there are many places to visit and landmarks to see, but perhaps the best is the Hassan II Mosque, which is considered the Third Largest in Africa, with its intricate architecture and stunning ocean views. The entry to the mosque costs 16 euros, including a guide. If you are a German film lover, visit Rick’s Coffee Afterwards. You should also take a stroll by the Cornish side of the Atlantic Ocean to see the stunning sunset.

    Furthermore, you could visit the old Medina, browse its markets, and try the delicious street food. At night, don’t miss out on experiencing the vibrant nightlife with its trendy bars, clubs, and live music venues. In conclusion, Casablanca is not a perfect destination to stay longer; instead, it is better to land at the famous Mohamed V International Airport, then visit the Hassan II Mosque and head to Chefchaouen, Fes, or even Marrakech and Essaouira.

    The Best time to spend 12 Day in Morocco?

    That’s an awesome question! However, Morocco is a great destination for the whole year; each year, month, or season has a very unique atmosphere! It depends on your preferences and the places you are willing to visit. Morocco can offer you many different seasons in one period of time. For example, if you travel to the north, it’s raining and a bit colder; otherwise, if you head to the south, you will face the sun and heat. However, if you choose to travel towards the west, you will encounter the force of the waves at Essaouira or other coastal cities. Morocco can be a great destination for your next holiday. Whether you travel in the north or the south, you will experience and live unique moments that will stay with you forever.


    Bset to Know

    Marrakech in January - February - October - November - December

    There is no doubt that Marrakech is the most popular and visited destination in the world. Marrakech is also known as the red city, or the city of seven men. Marrakesh can be proud to bear the name of an entire country, Morocco. In the past, the city served as the capital of the kingdom and was known as “Amur Akush,” which translates to “Land of God” in Amazigh. The city was founded in 1071 by the Berber Almoravid Sultan Youssef ibn Tashfin, and then fell into the hands of the Almohad in 1147.

    The Marinids then took control of Marrakesh, followed by the Saadians. The Alawites ruled Marrakesh from the end of the seventeenth century until the present. If you’re unsure which month of the year to visit this magical city, The answer is just simple. Marrakech is a destination where you can enjoy and wander in its dazzling markets at any time or have a walk in the beaten heart of the city, called Jamaa el Fna.

    Morocco North Africa

    There are many wonderful Arab countries located in North Africa, including Morocco, a country where history, civilization, and culture lie. Morocco is a destination for lovers of nature, adventure, and relaxation. Enchanting nature and luscious scenery are everywhere. Here, the people of this country never cease to smile, and their reception is of the highest quality.

    Whether in the south, east, west or north,

    Discovering ancient kasbahs and bustling markets, which provide emotional interaction and affection to the human spirit, is always a delight. You can also go to the land of mountains and deserts and ski in the golden sand, which will take your mind and body to contemplate the beauty of the Creator.

    Morocco Best Destinations

    #1 Marrakech

    Without a doubt, Marrakesh ranks first among Morocco’s most visited cities as well as among the world’s best cities, making it one of the best destinations to visit and discover. Thanks to the city’s historical monuments and famous parks, it is on the best list.

    #2: Sahara Desert

    Merzouga’s desert is a haven for those seeking tranquility and nature, offering breathtaking sunsets and the unique experience of riding a camel. You can also spend the night in a camp, which is magical and luxurious, to say the least.

    #3 Fes,

    Fez, the land of history and ancient civilization, is a city with an Islamic character. Here, the discovery of historical monuments knows no bounds.

    #4 Chefchaouen,

    Chefchaouen is a land of beauty and picturesque magic. In addition to the trickling waters of a waterfall high in the mountains, this place gives you the impression that you are in the sky.

    #5 Tangier,

    Tangier, known as the Bride of the North and the City of Lights, is a neighbor of the Spaniards and boasts a stunning view of both the Atlantic and Mediterranean seas.

    #6 Rabat,

    Rabat, the land of kings and Morocco’s capital, is an imperial city and a distinguished historical landmark.

    #7 Casablanca,

    Casablanca is Morocco’s economic hub and the dominant force in the kingdom.

    #8 Essaouira,

    Essaouira, the city of winds and charming waves, is a place for lovers of surfing and horseback riding.

    #9 Agadir,

    The Germans love Agadir for its magnificent old palace and elegant atmosphere.

    #10 Ouarzazate,

    Ouarzazate, the city of cinema and the land of films and series, is where the largest studios lie.

    #11 Dades and Todgha Gorges,

    Last but not least, we travel to Dades and Todgha, the land of charming gorges and high mountains.

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