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    15 days desert tour from Casablanca

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    15 Days Desert tour from Casablanca

    Experience Morocco’s splendor on a 15-day itinerary tour departing from Casablanca. This 15-day, 14-night tour will immerse you in a world of enchantment and miracles. During the trip, you will visit Essaouira, a cozy and artistic coastal city, followed by Marrakech, where a native guide from the region will lead you on a sightseeing trip. Later, head to the Sahara Desert via the well-known Kasbahs of Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate, and Gorges of Todgha and Dades. Once we arrive at the Sahara Desert, you’ll enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the dunes.

    In the heart of the desert, you will ride camels and spend the night in a lovely luxury tent. From the Golden dunes of Merzouga, we head to Fes for two unforgettable nights. Next, we will travel to Chefchaouen, famous as the Blue City, followed by Tangier, Asilah, Rabat, the Capital City, and finally, Casablanca, where we conclude our 15-day Morocco desert tour at the International Airport of Mohamed V.

    Arrival & departure of 15 days from Casablanca

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    Arrival Destination


    You will be picked up by our Driver Guide from Casablanca Airport

    Departure Destination


    You will be dropped off in Casablanca Airport.

    Morocco itinerary: 15 Days Tour from Casablanca

    15 Day Morocco Grand Tour

    Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca » Transfer to the Hotel

    Our driver guide from Africa North Journeys will meet you at the Mohamed V airport in Casablanca and accompany you throughout this 15-day desert tour. Depending on your arrival time, we will pay a brief visit to the Hassan ll Mosque, Morocco’s largest mosque and the third largest in Africa, with a view of the Atlantic Ocean and a 210-meter-high minaret that is considered the world’s second highest. You may go for a walk in Cornwall or try some Moroccan seafood on the seaside. Later, we will transport you to your hotel for an overnight stay.

    Day 2: Casablanca » Essaouira

    Today is surely a long journey—275 kilometers ahead of us! Pack your baggage, have your breakfast, and let’s leave Casablanca and travel to Essaouira, a small, quaint artistic town on the country’s western coast. Upon arrival in Essaouira, we will drop you off at your riad, which is located in the historic Medina.

    Day 3: Free exploration Day in Essaouira » Visit Sidi Kaouki

    An incredible day is about to start. Today, spend most of your free day relaxing at the beautiful, cozy beach or walking in the stunning alleys of the Medina. Also, don’t miss the chance to explore the Skala de la Ville, a historic fortification offering stunning views of the Medina and the ocean. As the day draws to a close, head to one of Essaouira’s scenic viewpoints to witness a breathtaking sunset over the Atlantic Ocean. Overnight at the same place as yesterday’s Riad, which is located at the heart of the Medina.

    Day 4: Essaouira » Marrakech

    Today, take a last stroll around the city’s alleyways in Essaouira. Later, we leave for Marrakech. Along the way, we will stop at a women’s cooperative to discover what they produce from the argan tree. Lunch on the road, then continue to Marrakech. Upon arrival the Red City, we will transfer you directly to your Riad, which is located at the heart of Marrakech’s ancient Medina.

    Day 5: Sightseeing tour in Marrakech

    You dedicate the fifth day of your 15-day desert tour from Casablanca to exploring Marrakech. A fantastic tour of the city is about to begin. A local tour guide will meet at the riad at approximately 10:00 to start a walking tour to explore what wonderful Red City has to offer. First up is Bahia Palace, a stunning residence built in the late 1800s under Grand Vizier Si Moussa’s reign and subsequently passed on to his son, Grand Vizier Ba Ahmed.

    After that, visit the Saadian Tombs, a significant historical monument in Marrakech. Later, visit the tombs. For decades, the Kasbah Mosque’s walls concealed these tombs until their unearthing in 1917. Next, Visit Ben Youssef Quranic Mosque and the Koutoubia Mosque, then later old Medina. Lastly, the Jamaa El F’na Square. For another overnight stay, return to the Riad.

    Day 6: Marrakech » Tizi N’Tichka » Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah » Ouarzazate » Rose Valley » Boumalne Dades 

    After leaving Marrakech, the first stop we will make today is at the highest point in the Atlas Mountains, called Tizi N’T’ichka Pass. The station is located at an elevation of 2260 meters above sea level. After spending a few minutes at the station, we continue our drive to visit the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. UNESCO recognized this 17th-century structure as a World Heritage Site in 1987. Numerous films have incorporated this cultural significance. Hundreds of them have been made.

    Movie buffs have made films like The Gladiator and Game of Thrones here, making it a popular travel destination. Later, we continue our journey to Ouarzazate city, stopping briefly to admire the view of Taourirt Kasbah. From there, we proceed to Kalaat M’Gouna, where we will visit a women’s cooperative and take in the breathtaking view of the Rose Valley. From there, we drive directly to the Riad.

    Day 7: Boumalne Dades » Todgha Gorge » Rissani » Merzouga Desert

    Today, we drive to the Sahara Desert. After finishing your breakfast and packing your luggage, we pay a short visit to the monkey’s fingers rock and Dades gorge, then hit the road to the gorgeous gorge of Todgha located in Tinghir region. One of the most amazing places in terms of geology, the gorge has a fantastic view from the top of the canyons. After enjoying some free time for lunch, we proceed to Rissani for a brief tour of its traditional market, which operates three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday.

    From there, we continue to Merzouga once we arrive. You will ride the camels across the golden dunes to reach the desert camp, where you will stay the night. Upon arrival at the camp, a glass of tea awaits you, followed by dinner. The best part of the night starts after dinner. Good vibes and unforgettable moments of Berber drums around the campfire will print in your mind a great image to remember forever.

    Day 8: Free Exploration Day in Merzouga Desert

    Today, undeniably, is going to be an amazing one. After breakfast in your camp, you can choose to travel to the village either by camel or a 4×4 car. The day began with a visit to a nomadic Berber family in the desert. Learn about their traditional way of life, including their customs, daily routines, and survival skills in the harsh desert environment. We will, for sure, enjoy tea with them as you listen to their stories and gain insight into their rich cultural heritage. Next, we visit nearby mines, such as the Mefis Mines, known for their mineral deposits. Here, you will learn about the history of mining in the region and its significance to the local economy.

    You will also explore the mines with a knowledgeable guide, learning about the extraction process and the various minerals found in the area. Afterward, move on. Meet with local Gnawa musicians and learn about their unique musical genre, which blends African, Berber, and Arabic influences. Experience a live Gnawa music performance, featuring mesmerizing rhythms and energetic dances that evoke the spirit of the desert. After lunch, we will transport you to your hotel for the night.

    Day 9: Merzouga Desert » Erfoud » Ziz Valley » Midelt » Cedar Forest » Ifrane » Fes

    We continue the 15 day in Morocco toward Fes! Pack your luggage and get well-started to hit the road again. A long way waits for us, so make sure to be ready on time, please. After leaving Merzouga Desert, we stop in Ziz Valley. As it is known, Morocco is famous for its diverse landscapes, including valleys, mountains, deserts, and coastal areas. There are numerous valleys throughout the country, each with its own unique characteristics and attractions. Ziz Valley is one of the country’s most fascinating. Feel free to take pictures, use the restroom, or have a coffee.

    Following that, we continue to Zaida, then Midelt, the apple capital city. Here we make a break for lunch and then keep driving to Cedar Forest, a place of natural beauty, ecological importance, and cultural significance. It is also one of the most renowned forests in Morocco. Here, the famous barbary macaques live; feel free to feed them if you desire. Afterwards, we will make one more stop in Ifrane, a small Swiss town located in Morocco. Finally, we reach our destination, Fes. Drop you off in a traditional riad in the heart of Medina.

    Day 10: Sightseeing tour in Fes

    We plan to explore Fes City and its surroundings today, following the footsteps of Marrakech. We have scheduled a local tour guide to assist you in exploring and understanding the intricate history of this oldest city in the world. Start with the Royal Palace’s fabled Golden Gates, where admittance is strictly forbidden, but you can still observe the construction process and the gates’ date. Later, take a stroll around the location’s walls to observe their impressiveness. After that, take a journey to the Ceramics Factory to see how skilled local artisans create tiles, bowls, glasses, vases, and much more by hand. Furthermore, wander throughout Medina to discover additional ancient locations, including the tanneries, Medrasa Bouanania, the Najjarine Fountain, and Qaraouin University and Mosque.

    Day 11: Fes » Meknes » Volubilis (Roman Ruins) » Chefchaouen 

    We are leaving Fes today and traveling north to Chefchaouen. We begin our drive as soon as you’re ready; there are many fascinating locations to see today. Feel free to independently visit Bab el Mansour, Hri Souani, Sahrij, Qara Prison, and the renowned Moulay Ismail Mausoleum once we arrive in the imperial city of Meknes. We then keep driving to Volubilis.

    The most important Roman archeological sites, along with a city covered in ruins, represent the Roman Empire’s greatest influence in North Africa. We strongly recommend hiring a local guide to fully understand the history of this magnificent city. Later, we make a pause for lunch and proceed to Chefchaouen, also known as the blue land of Morocco. If time permits, take a stroll in the medina. It’s more beautiful during the night, so don’t miss this great opportunity. Overnight in a fabulous Riad.

    Day 12: Free Day in Chefchaouen

    Today is your free day to relax and discover the hidden beauties of this turquoise town in Morocco’s north. Chefchaouen has plenty to show you! First, explore the ancient Medina and blue-painted streets, as well as try the Rif cuisine. Later, spare some time and hike to the top of a mountain where a Spanish mosque is located, where you can watch a spectacular sunset over the old Medina. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and return to your Riad for a second stay.

    Day 13: Chefchaouen » Tangier » Asilah

    Before saying goodbye to the fascinating city of Chefchaouen, take a last stroll in the Medina and buy what you want to buy! Once you are ready to go, we cross the Rif Mountains, making our way to Asilah via Tangier. Once we arrive at the bride of the North Tangier, feel free to have a wander at the ancient Medina of Tangier, which has been a crossroads of civilizations and the focus of many ambitions due to its strategic location, considering that during ancient times it was conquered successively by the Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Visigoths, and Arabs.

    The ruins left behind by the French, Portuguese, and Spanish can also be seen. While we are still in Tangier, we are going to visit two main attractions, which are the Cape Spartel and the Cave of Hercule. The Cape Spartel is a Moroccan lighthouse at the confluence of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean in Ras Sbartel, west of Tangier. It is the oldest lighthouse in Morocco and was built in 1864 by order of Sultan Mohammed IV after the Dona Isabel of the Brazilian military navy collided with cliffs near Ras Spartel, after which 250 Brazilian sailors died.

    Do you know something about Hercule Cave??

    The Hercule Cave is a deep cave on which the waves of the sea break at every tide, and visitors enter it in darkness until the opening of the light, which is a window under the mountain overlooking the waters of the Atlantic and draws a map similar to the map of Africa. Entering the cave is a world of mystery fueled by the ancient legend about the history of the cave.

    The area of the legendary cave is estimated at 30 meters underground, as it is considered the largest cave in Africa and one of the most important legendary landmarks in the world. It is the most prominent myth emanating from the history of Greek culture, and its settlement, according to these legends, dates back to 5,000 years BC.

    After we visit all of Tangier’s historical landmarks, we move on to Asilah for the night.

    Day 14: Asilah » Rabat

    Today we travel from Asilah to Casablanca via the royal capital, Rabat, one of Morocco’s imperial cities, a city with a deep history and culture. In Rabat, you will visit Hassan Tower, and just beside it, you can see the Mausoleum of two great kings (Hassan II and Mohamed 5). Later, visit the Oudays Kasbah and the ancient Kasbah of Challah. Lunch in Rabat, then we hit the road to Casablanca, where the tenth night waits for us. 

    Day 15: Rabat » Casablanca Airport

    On the final day of your 15-day desert tour from Casablanca, we will depart from Rabat and make our way to Casablanca. Upon arrival, we drop you off at Mohamed V International Airport end of our service.

    Morocco Itinerary 15 Days Note:

    15 days in Morocco

    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
    • 13 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

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      Eleven of us set out on a 15-day trip of Morocco, stopping in places like Casablanca, Essaouira, Marrakech, the Sahara Desert, Fes, Chefchaouen, and Asilah. The tour with Mohamed from Africa North Journey was an amazing experience. He gave us all the assistance we needed, gave us an in-depth history of Morocco, invited us to lunch in his home, and made sure we had all we needed. I will never forget this tour.

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