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    6 Day Morocco Itinerary

    Morocco itinerary 6 Days from Casablanca Overview:

    5 Days tour from Fes to Marrakech

    A 6-Day Morocco Itinerary. It starts at the White House Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city and currently the country’s economic capital. From Casablanca, the journey will take us through its mazes to the capital, Rabat, to make a light visit to its fabulous landmarks. Later, we’ll head east, specifically to Fez, the scientific Capital, the land of science, history, and the Qur’an. After Fes we heads to the Sahara Desert of Merzouga, the magic and beauty of this place, as well as the picturesque view of the golden sands and the camel riding experience, are considered the best things you will experience on this trip.

    In the remaining days, you will visit many markets, drive on the Route of a Thousand Kasbahs, and enjoy the beauty of the noble gorges that will undoubtedly enchant you. On the way to Marrakesh, we must stop and look closely, as well as explore the historical landmark of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, which is well-established and has witnessed many centuries before and after colonialism. In Marrakech, our trip ends.

    Arrival & departure of 6 Day Morocco itinerary

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    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 Marrakech or in Menara International Airport.

    Brief Itinerary of: Morocco itinerary 6 Days

    6 Days from Casablanca

    Brief itinerary

       ‌‌1st Day:

    Arrival in Casablanca drive to Fes (overnight in Fes)

    2nd Day:

    Fes to Merzouga Desert (overnight in a Camp)

    3rd Day:

    Sahara Desert Excursion (overnight in a Hotel) ‌

    4th Day:

    Merzouga to Boumalne Dades (Overnight in Dades) ‌

    5th Day:

    Boumalne Dades to Marrakech (Overnight in a Marrakech)

    6th Day:

    Marrakech Airport Transfer

    Morocco Itinerary: 6 Days Tour from Casablanca

    6 Day Desert tour to Marrakech

    1st Day: Arrival in Casablanca & Transfer to Fes via Rabat Capital

    Africa North Journeys’ driver guide will welcome you in Casablanca, picking you up from the Mohammed V International Airport, which is half an hour away from downtown Casablanca. If time permits, we will invest some time to visit the huge mosque known as the Hassan II Mosque, a historical landmark that embodies the characteristics of Arab-Islamic architecture in terms of shape, decoration, size, and location.

    Morocco’s centuries-long legacy of culturally rich building art served as inspiration for its architecture. It is one of a series of Islamic installations and buildings that revive the Andalusian heritage while preserving the Moroccan architectural form. We highly recommend paying the ticket and entering to delve deeper into the hidden secrets of this unique landmark.

    Head to Fes Via Rabat

    Thereafter, we continue to Fes via Rabat, the royal capital city. Among the monuments that we will visit is the Hassan Tower, a prominent landmark that is unmistakable to the visitor’s eye. An earthquake that struck the region in 1755 greatly affected it, making it one of the largest mosques at a time. The Almoravids built the Kasbah of the Udayas, a fortified castle, at the mouth of the Bouregreg River. After lunch, we proceed directly to Fes, the scientific city and one of Morocco’s four imperial cities.

    Meals included: Only Breakfast is included.

    Distance: 294 km

    Duration: 4-5 Hours with stops

    2nd Day: Fes - Ifrane - Cedar Forest - Ziz Valley - Merzouga Desert

    Good morning! A new day means a fresh adventure and positive energy for a full exploration day. Pack your luggage and let the wonders take us to their world. After a typical breakfast in your traditional riad in Fes, we will drive onward to the magic dunes of Merzouga. Along the way, we will encounter fascinating landscapes and magnificent overlooking sites, making our first stop at the enchanting cave city of Ifrane, not far from Fes. The name, which translates to “cave” in Berber, refers to the numerous caves in the mountains that nomads built to shelter from the snowy seasons.

    Stop at Cedar Forest.

    Thereafter, we will set off again to the Cedar Forest in Azrou, a forest that became a home for the emigrated Barbary macaques (monkeys). You are welcome to feed the wild monkeys, but we strongly recommend exercising caution. After lunch in Midelt or Zaida, we proceed to the Ziz Valley, which offers an enchanting view of countless palm trees, making it the second-largest oases in Morocco. Next, we head directly to Erdoud, the Gate to the Sahara, as well as the region’s fossils and land of dates. This small, rich city exports tons of dates to other Moroccan cities and even to Europe.

    Reach the desert!

    Finally, we will arrive in the stunning desert of Merzouga, home to the renowned Chebbi dunes. Cute camels will transport you safely to the desert camp, enabling you to cross the stunning big and small dunes. On the way, you will make a stop at a sand hill to catch what might be the best sunset ever. Once you reach your camp, you will immerse yourself in a world of wonder, starting with a delectable dinner and culminating in an exhilarating fireside moment, accompanied by Berber drums and rhythms.

    Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner included.

    Distance:  460 Km

    Duration:  8-9 Hours with Stops.

    3rd Day: Merzouga Desert Excursion

    Wake up early and enjoy the sunrise atmosphere at the top of the closest dune behind or in front of your desert camp. Let the cold, fresh air of the morning hit you. Take a much-needed shower and a delicious breakfast, then let’s get to discovering the hidden, fascinating sites of the Sahara Desert that undoubtedly will amaze you! We begin with a delightful 4×4 journey through the dunes to experience the true essence of adventure. Numerous annual rallies, including Dakar, have already etched their mark on the route. First, the route will lead us to the hospitable Nomad families, who have set up their handwoven tents behind the Erg Chebbi dunes, transforming their source of income into a welcoming environment where tourists can enjoy a glass of tea.

    Visit Eyeliner Mine – Gnawa Village and Oases!

    Later, we proceed to the famous eyeliner mine, discovered by the French during their colonial period, where some locals continue to work even after independence. Next, we continue driving to another destination, Khamlia Village, where you can enjoy listening to some great African rhythms called Gnawa music. Pause for lunch, then set off again for a walk-in at one of the fabulous oases to discover what’s growing up in the desert. Afterwards, we drop you off at a lovely hotel for the night.

    Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner included.

    Distance:  40 Km from Around the Desert.

    Duration:  4 Hours of Exploration.

    4th Day: Merzouga Desert - Errisani - Todgha Gorge - Bomalen Dades

    Your Moroccan tour takes us today, to Boumalne Dades on the road of a Thousand Kasbahs. After having your breakfast, we leave the desert behind and make our first stop at Rissani City. This small city hides an ancient and glorious history. The city has inherited tourism qualifications through the presence of several historical monuments that particularly embody the era of the Alaouite sultans and their founders, “the Mausoleum of Moulay Ali Sharif.”

    Next to Boumalne Dades!

    From Rissani. We make our way to one of the picturesque gorges in Morocco, the Todgha Gorge, which is a tourist attraction par excellence, a place of enjoyment, and the only outlet for the population. Thanks to the small river that passes through here, it is considered a very important source of agriculture and a livelihood for many here. The river extends from the Atlas Mountains and makes its way underground, passing through many orchards and oases to reach this area. Later a pause for Lunch is in Tinghir, and then we continue to Boumalne to spend the night in the charming Dades Mountains.

    Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner included.

    Distance:  253 Km

    Duration:  6-7 Hours with Stops.

    5th Day: Boumalne Dades - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah - Tizi N'Tichka - Marrakech

    After breakfast, we drive to Marrakech via Ouarzazate and Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. After an hour of our drive, we will pause to take in the breathtaking views of the Rose Valley. Thereafter The route will take us through picturesque landscapes with vast valleys and traditional Berber villages to reach Ouarzazate, known as the gateway to the Sahara Desert. Ouarzazate is a notable stop along the way, featuring the famous Atlas Film Studios.

    Next to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it showcases ancient mud-brick architecture and offers a glimpse into Morocco’s rich history. The journey to Marrakech continues through diverse terrain, providing a memorable road trip experience through the heart of Morocco. Late afternoon, we’ll be dropping you off in a charming riad for the night.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.

    Distance: 314 Km.

    Duration:  5-6 Hours with Stops.

    6th Day: Marrakech Airport Transfer

    Today, depending on your flight departure! Your driver guide will Transfer you to the airport at any time you prefer, and then our 6-day Morocco itinerary will end.

    Take into Account!!

    We specifically customized this 6-day Morocco itinerary from Casablanca for travelers with short vacations. The trip includes the maximum number of places to visit. Since this is a rush tour, you’ll spend most of your time in the car. If you find this trip doesn’t align with your preferences or if a place is missing from the itinerary, don’t worry; we’ll adjust it based on your contact with us. Just provide us with the places you want to visit and any activities you want to do, and we will get back to you with a new tour itinerary.

    6 Days in Morocco Note:

    Morocco Tour from Casablanca

    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, spacious and air-conditioned Private Vehicle
    • Fuel For the Vehicle
    • 4 Nights in a Super Clean and Comfortable accommodations
    • 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
    • Total of 3 Dinners (2) in Sahara Desert and (1) in Boumalne Dades

    Tour Excludes:

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

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    Reviews & Testimonials

    6 Days from Casablanca

    Best 6 Days Morocco tour

    The agency is absolutely recommended. We traveled with Hassan he was very friendly, and we felt very comfortable with everything. Morocco is a beautiful country. We met many places. We will return and hire this agency again thanks a lot Hassan. so if you are a traveler to Morocco i advice you to contact Africa North Journeys and hire Hassan as your driver guide.
    Frank From USA

    Amazing Trip

    we had really an excellent conversation with Moha before we land in Morocco to find Hassan waiting for us to pick us from airport to riad very well-organized tour the 6 days tour in Morocco was unbelievable super and top. many thanks to Hassan and Moha for this amazing experience
    Lina From Australia

    Highly recommended agency!!

    We had a wonderful time with our tour guide, Moha and Hassan were available 24/7, always smiling and always had water for us. hassan is very knowledgeable about his country, was accommodating to our needs and for making us feel safe and comfortable. We enjoyed the camel ride, the riads, especially Riad Ksar Anica in Marrakesh. Room for improvement would be the tenting accommodations. Thank you Moha for helping us to plan a trip of a lifetime. Thank you to Hassan for making it memorable.
    Victor From Germany

    Frequently asked questions?

    6 Day Morocco itinerary
    If you need help, we have a list of frequently asked questions and answers. We strive to give you the most important information possible. Click a question below to view the answer.

    Is Morocco Special for Shopping?

    Absolutely. Marrakech is the most colorful of all Moroccan cities when it comes to traditional shopping, as it has been for hundreds of years. For many tourists, shopping is a central part of their trip, and in Morocco, there are so many exotic products to browse and choose from. “Souks” are the traditional Arab markets.

    • Souks or souqs are the traditional name for a market or bazaar that features a wide variety of stalls, booths, or small stores, usually specializing in one thing.

    Souqs primarily offer items such as leather, carpets, metalwork, pottery, traditional Muslim clothing, traditional lanterns, nuts and dried fruits, jewelry, argan oil, and much more. There is an amazing variety of spices, teas, nuts, and other exotic products.

    As a woman do I need to wear a headcovering?

    No, tourists can mostly wear what they like, but it is advisable to dress modestly (i.e., no mini skirts or bikini tops in public) so as not to offend the locals.

    How long should I go for?

    Go for at least two weeks; if one only has limited time, then prioritize Marrakesh. Here, you will get the fastest insight into the diverse and colorful culture of Morocco.

    Can I exchange money in Morocco?

    You can always exchange euros across the country. You can even pay in euros very frequently. Swiss Francs are not very popular, so you have to go to an official exchange office or bank to exchange them. If you can’t pay in EUR, we recommend directly changing MAD (Moroccan dirham) upon arrival. Coins in foreign currency, however, are not welcome.

    Whats about the water?

    It is advisable not to drink the water from the tap, even if local people do. They’re used to it. However, water is readily available everywhere. A bottle costs about 6 MAD (60 cents).

    What tour should I go for to Morocco?

    There are many excellent tours offered throughout Morocco. Tours that everyone should definitely consider includes camping with the nomads in the desert, taking camel rides in the desert, exploring the Atlas Mountains, and visiting the UNESCO-protected Ouarzazate. While Marrakech is the starting point for many of these tours, other common arrival points in the country also offer them. Ask our team at Africa North Journeys.

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    6 Day Morocco itinerary

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