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    Morocco itinerary 10 Days

    10 Day Morocco Tour from Casablanca

    Morocco itinerary 10 Days

    Our 10-day Morocco itinerary from Casablanca, promises more than just exploration and enjoyment. Our expert guides, who have at least 20 years of experience, will make your Moroccan trip, to say the least, unforgettable and remain in your eternal memory. The tour encompasses fictitious regions and locations, some imbued with history, and others shaped by both civilization and geology. The tour encompasses the ancient cities of Fez, Meknes, and Marrakech, while Volubilis and Rabat serve as the capitals of civilization.

    As for the stunning views, there is no doubt that they are everywhere, but especially in Chefchaouen and the eastern desert in Merzouga. Thousands of Kasbahs continue to evoke a sense of magic. Visiting the Todgha and Dades Gorges, which are considered among the best in Morocco, is a definite matter. The end will come in Casablanca. Rest assured that your visit to Morocco will be in safe hands, full of expertise and experience.

    Arrival & departure of 10 Day Morocco itinerary

    Morocco 10 Days Tour

    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 by our Driver Guide in Mohamed V International Airport in Casablanca

    Brief Itinerary of: Morocco itinerary 10 Days

    10 Days from Casablanca

    Brief itinerary

       ‌‌1st Day:

    Arrival in Casablanca drive to Rabat (overnight in Rabat)

    2nd Day:

    Rabat to Chefchaouen (overnight in Chaouen)

    3rd Day:

    Chefchaouen to Fes (overnight in Fes) ‌

    4th Day:

    Fes City Tour (Overnight in Fes) ‌

    5th Day:

    Fez to Sahara (Overnight in a Deset Camp)

    6th Day:

    Merzouga Desert Excursion (Overnight in Merouga Hotel) ‌

    7th Day:

     Merzouga to Boumalne Dades (Overnight in Dades) ‌

    8th Day:

    Boumalne Dades to Teloaut (Overnight in Telouat) ‌

    9th Day:

    Telouat to Marrakech (Overnight in Marrakech) ‌

    10th Day:

    Marrakech transfer to the airport 

    Morocco Itinerary: 10 Days Tour from Casablanca

    10 Days Itinerary Morocco

    Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca & Transfer to Rabat Capital

    Welcome to Morocco. Your first day of the 10-day Morocco tour begins with a pick-up from Mohamed V International Airport by our Africa North Journeys driver guide. If you landed earlier in the morning or midday, there is still time to visit the Hassan II Mosque, which doesn’t close until 15:00 in the afternoon, depending on your arrival time. The mosque is situated on the coastal side of Casablanca, an economically important city. The mosque was built in the year 1993.

    The king envisioned the mosque as a way to bring impact, radiation, and interest to the city and its inhabitants. Upon paying the entrance fee, you can explore this remarkable edifice, replete with Islamic ornamentation and architectural design. Tiles and wood are the most important features of this historical landmark. Thereafter, we drive north to Rabat, the capital city of Morocco, where the current King Mohamed is staying most of the year. Once we reach our destination, we will transfer you to Riad at the Medina for the night.

    Meals included: Only Breakfast.

    Distance: 90 km from Casablanca to Rabat

    Duration: 2-3 Hours

    Day 2: Rabat Small tour - Driver to Chefchaouen (the blue City)

    Spending our first night in the royal city of Morocco is undoubtedly a unique experience. Our day after breakfast is dedicated to exploring the city’s most famous sites, starting with Oudays Kasbah, the fragrance of history and the echo of Andalusia, which dates back to the 12th century. After that, we will visit Chellah, the ancient commercial center, one of the places steeped in history whose founding dates back to the sixth century BC.

    Thereafter, we visit Hassan Tower, one of the impeccable monuments that Rabat is proud of. It is a landmark that dates back centuries. If the Lisbon earthquake had not been the cause, we would have seen the largest minaret in the world. Walking among the unfinished columns is an unparalleled feeling. At the end of our city tour, we drive inland along the Rif Mountain in order to reach Chefchaouen, where the source of beauty lies. By day, it’s a blue pearl, and by night, it’s a shiny city; the relaxation and divine landscapes are here to emanate. Overnight stay with an incredible host.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast.

    Distance: 253 km From Rabat to Chefchaouen

    Duration: 5–6 Hours with Stops

    Day 3: Chefchaouen - Volubilis - Meknes - Fes

    Head to Fes; it’s a journey through history and civilization. On the way, the first stop is Volubilis, a city known for many eras. They have constructed and prepared a Roman city of unparalleled excellence, leaving no detail unaccounted for. The construction suggests that tiles and mosaics decorate public spaces, temples, courts, and houses.  Next to Meknes, known as the Ismaili capital.

    The genius Moulay Smail, the founder of the city, combined the elements of Islamic and European design consistently and harmoniously. Meknes now It connects the south to the north, and Fez to the Atlantic coast. We have enough time to walk and see the monuments of the city, such as Hri Swani, Sahrij Swani, Qara Prison, Bab Mansour, and finally the Ismaili Museum. After lunchtime, we continue to our destination, Fes, for an overnight stay in a charming riad.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the Riad.

    Distance: 197 Km from Chefchaouen to Fes.

    Duration: 5-6 Hours including Stops.

    Day 4: Sightseeing tour in Fes

    Diving and embarking on the land of the thirteenth century is inevitable. Your local tour guide will accompany you on a day full of exploration. To summarize, Fez which considered as one of Morocco’s most ancient cities as well as it is imperial. You and your guide will visit the most prominent historical monuments in Fez. Your first dive is through the golden palace gates. The golden palace gates, adorned with wood, mosaics, and exquisite Moroccan tiles.

    → Golden Doors – Ceramics:

    Only in the seventies of the last century did the palace come into being. The grandeur of the outer doors gives us an important idea of how wonderful the palace inside is, which no one has the right to enter. No one denies that the copper doors constitute only a drop in the middle of a sea full of wonders. Furthermore, you will visit ceramic pottery, where expert handcrafters create wonderful products that will make your heart race. Ceramics exclusively produces a wide variety of dishes, including plates, bowls, glass, and many others. Later, we move on to the next, which is a fantastic panoramic view known as Borj Sud, or Southern Tower, where you can have a very clear view of the old Medina and its narrow streets.

    → Visit Old Medina:

    After that, you have three full hours to explore Medina’s narrow medieval streets. Fatima El Fehria’s efforts have made it possible for you to explore the Najjarine Fountain, Medrasa Bouanania, and Quaraouin’s Mosque and University. A hardworking and ambitious woman worked tirelessly to build this centuries-old historical landmark. At the end of this marvelous and fascinating day, your driver guide will transfer you to your Riad for an overnight stay.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast.

    Distance: Around 10 Km Only Inside the city

    Duration:  4-5 Hours of the Sightseeing tour.

    Day 5: Fes - Ifrane - Cedar Forest - Ziz Valley - Merzouga Desert

    Exploration and fascination are endless in Morocco. Today is like no other. We will embark on a journey across the Small and Middle Atlantic, which are considered the independent Atlas Mountain ranges. The trip takes us from Fez to Ifrane, or as visitors call it, Little Switzerland, which is one of the cleanest and most beautiful Moroccan cities. This small city, located in the Middle Atlas Mountains, is considered a favorite destination for Moroccans and foreigners, especially in the winter, as it wears a white robe and opens its streets, mountains, and forests to lovers of nature, tranquility, and the mountains.

    Next to Cedar Forest, Ziz Valley, Erfoud:

    From there to Cedar Forest, the sight of the macaques here plays tricks on any visitor and approaches him to get some food. Later after enjoying some free time for lunch, we proceed to our next destination, the Ziz Valley. The Ziz Valley is renowned as one of the largest oases in Africa. Extending over more than 150 km. The landscape is picturesque and charming because of the dense palm trees, which give the place beauty and serenity.

    It is still a long way to reach the desert. The city of Erfoud, located on the way to the desert, is considered one of the most important tourist destinations in the region due to its abundance of classified hotels. The city is also known for the manufacture of fossils and dates, thanks to the palm trees that grow here.

    To Sahara Desert:

    Finally, we arrive at the Sahara Desert of Merzouga. Here, you have the opportunity to contemplate the change in sand colors according to daylight, especially when sitting on top of these dunes, which are the highest in Morocco. Most visitors to Merzouga find simplicity away from the hustle and bustle of contemporary life. You will find your camels waiting for you in the Sahara Desert to take you on a trip of a lifetime. These are moments that you will undoubtedly never forget. Riding a camel gives you the opportunity to be amazed at the desert in slow motion. Beauty and magic are everywhere. 

    The golden sands are a haven for relaxation, enjoyment, and diving. The camels will cross the small and high dunes to reach your desert camp, which is located in the heart of the desert. You will sleep in a wonderful tent; there is nothing better than that. You will dance to Berber music’s songs with A full moon illuminates the night.

    Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner.

    Distance:  460 Km from Fes to Sahara Desert.

    Duration:  8-9 Hours with Stops.

    Day 6: Merzouga Desert Excursion

    Today is the sixth day of your 10-day Morocco itinerary. It starts after a typical breakfast in your desert camp. You have the option to either ride the camel’s back to the starting point or opt for an off-road 4×4 vehicle. After meeting your driver guide from Africa North Journeys begin an exceptional exploration day in the desert, the first today’s visit will be the Berber nomads, who live behind the golden dunes of Merzouga, creating a haven for them away from the noise of cities and villages and villages. We will have the opportunity to learn about their way of life and their unique lifestyle. The experience is undoubtedly more wonderful than you can imagine.

    → To the Gnawa People:

    After drinking a cup of tea, we will set off again, and this time we will visit the Gnawa village, a place where only the dark-skinned people live. They immigrated from poverty-stricken African countries like Mali, Senegal, South Africa, etc. They came and formed a tribe of their own, and now they have a special association specialized in singing African Rhythms.

    After having some fun, we tip them and then we move on to one of the desert’s oases, where we will take a walk to explore the local flora and learn about the origins of the water sources.  After lunch in one of the local restaurants specializing in Berber pizza making, we will take you to your hotel to continue the day by relaxing at the swimming pool or taking a walk tour in the dunes behind your hotel.

    Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner.

    Distance:  40 Km from Around the Desert.

    Duration:  4 Hours of Exploration.

    Day 7: Merzouga Desert - Errisani - Todgha Gorge - Bomalen Dades

    The beauty of the day lies only in the experience of waking up before sunrise in order to enjoy the morning breeze and its scent that opens the brain and eyes. Only the harvesters enjoy watching the sun rise and the sand change colors. After breakfast and packing our luggage, we leave the desert with beautiful and unforgettable memories, making our way to other destinations that are, to say the least, charming and fascinating. Rissani is our first stop. The city experiences unusual demand on Thursday, Sunday, and Tuesday. After paving the road to the Todra Gorge again, a brief visit will leave you in awe of the place’s beauty and the Creator’s greatness.

    → To the Dades Gorge:

    The straight lines of the two huge mountains facing each other, as well as a river between them, constitute nothing but a stunning view in every sense of the word. The time does not seek to stay long, so we will continue the road—not any road, but the road of a thousand Kasbahs. Tinghir, a city not far from the Gorge, will honor us with a delicious and healthy lunch. Thereafter, we move to Boumalne Dades. If we arrive early, we will visit the Dades Gorge, where the breathtaking beauty and charm of nature will leave your heart racing. The scenery and curves that formed a wonderful picture from the top of the mountain are simply magical. Later, head to the Riad for an overnight stay.

    Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner.

    Distance:  253 Km from Merzouga to Bomalne Dades.

    Duration:  6-7 Hours with Stops.

    Day 8: Boumalne Dades - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah - Telouat

    Today is an exploration day of the ancient kasbahs along the thousands of kasbah roads. After breakfast in your host, we head towards Kelaat M’Gouna, or, as many call it, the city of roses. Here, roses serve as the sole source for all products, including soap, shampoo, eye drops, cream, and more. Women’s associations, fighting against poverty and illiteracy, sell all the aforementioned products.

    From there, we head towards Ouarzazate, whose name means “without noise” in Berber, and whose population is also of Berber origin. We have enough time to visit and take some pictures in front of the Tourirte Kasbah, which belongs to the well-known Glawi family who enjoyed great wealth, money, and power during the French colonization of Morocco.

    → To Ait Ben Haddou and Telouet:

    Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, regarded as one of the finest examples of 18th-century Moroccan architecture, has served as a filming location for numerous international films such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Mummy, and The Warrior, and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. After wandering around the Kasbah and exploring it from inside and outside, we make an hour of rest for ourselves to have lunch at one of the closest restaurants beside the Kasbah. Afterwards, we leave the place and head to Telouat for an overnight stay in a fabulous riad or hotel at the heart of the Atlas Mountains.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.

    Distance: 197 Km from Boumalne Dades to Telouet.

    Duration:  4-5 Hours with Stops.

    Day 9: Telouat - Tizi N'tichka - Marrakech Sightseeing tour

    After enjoying a delicious breakfast close to our accommodation, we set out on a walk to Telouet Kasbah. Kings frequented this kasbah, which also governed the passage for trade caravans. Telouet was not famous for its strategic location or its built kasbah, but it was famous for the people of the land, “Al Glawi ,” or the Pasha of Glaoui, one of the most prominent people on whom France relied on to spread its expansionist policy. During the French colonial era, Al-Glawi combined greed and cunning. Experts estimated his wealth over the past century at millions of dollars.

    Next, we drive to Marrakech through the linking point of Tizi N T’ichka Pass, which has an elevation of around 2260 meters above sea level. There is no doubt that we will have a wonderful pause at the highest peak to enjoy the magical views of the mountains. The experience will be unique, infused with a blend of amazement and enjoyment.

    Following that, we will head straight to Marrakech, where we have scheduled a local tour guide for today’s activities. The guide will take you to all the major tourist attractions in Marrakesh, including Jemaa El Fna Square, which is the beating heart of Marrakesh. Marrakesh’s walls, thought to have been constructed in the 12th century, encircle the ancient city.

    → Historical Monuments:

    In addition, the Badi Palace, a historical palace dating back to the 16th century, is considered one of the world’s wonders. You will also visit the Saadian Tombs, a mausoleum for the Saadian royal family, as well as the center for visiting and learning about the kingdom’s history. Additionally, the Koutoubia Mosque, a 12th-century historical mosque, embodies the city’s rich cultural heritage.

    Finally, we arrive at Bahia Palace, a nineteenth-century palace that epitomizes luxury and exquisite design. Marrakesh is a multifaceted tourist destination characterized by its historical and cultural beauty, as well as the variety of activities that visitors can enjoy. Later, you will have free time to continue strolling and exploring the old city on your own.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.

    Distance: Walk Tour

    Duration:  3 Hours of Exploration 

    Day 10: Marrakech - Transfert to Casablanca airport

    Today’s final day of your Morocco itinerary 10 Days concludes with a transfer to Mohammad V International Airport in Casablanca. However, it depends on your departure time. If you are departing during the afternoon or night, you still have more time in Marrakech to visit the Majorelle Garden if you wish. However, you must pay for the ticket starting from the previous day, which means a day before you enter the garden.

    If your departure time is early or late in the morning, we will transfer you to the airport early for a three-hour check-in and check-out period. From then on, we say to you, “Thanks for putting your trust in us and choosing Africa North Journeys for your 10-day vacation in Morocco.” We hope you have a lot to say and learned about this beautiful country. 

    Distance: 215 km (3 Hours from your Marrakech accommodation to the Airport of Casablanca)

    Take into Account!!

    Morocco’s 10-day itinerary is the most popular choice. For that reason, we are offering it to you. Please take into consideration that this 10-day Morocco tour includes most sites in Morocco. If our proposed itinerary doesn’t encompass a destination, you’re eager to see or doesn’t meet your requirements for any reason, please let us know. We would be delighted to receive your notes and updates regarding this tour. Africa North Journey’s experienced team works hand in hand to customize your Moroccan tour so that it is unique to you.


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    Morocco 10 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, spacious and air-conditioned Private Vehicle
    • Fuel For the Vehicle
    • 8 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
    • 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

    Morocco itinerary 10 Days
    • Morocco tours
      10 Days Morocco Tour

      Our 10 Days in Morocco with Mohamed is the best holiday we ever experience. Me my husband did this tour the late of December to celebrate our one-year anniversary. And the best destination we chose to travel to is Morocco. Africa North Journeys customized for a lifetime itinerary that includes some of Morocco’s north parts, south and west. Our fantastic knowledgeable guide Mohamed went out of his way to way to make us comfortable and he also told us a lot of history about Morocco. I can’t Really thank you Mohamed for this amazing tour. highly recommended.

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      Morocco 10 Days trip

      Unbelievable 10 Days of Morocco. Mohamed and Hassan made our tour a great memorable one, driving us to Chefchaouen, Fes, the Sahara Desert and Marrakech then back to Casablanca. Moha was not just a driver guide but more becomes a friend of us he helped us a lot during or even before the tour. He explained us so much about Morocco and each place’s history. Hassan was our very carefully driver he speaks fluently Spanish. This business family manage offers a great chance for any European wants to explore Morocco they even brought us to their family for lunch which we didn’t expect.

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      Morocco Road Trip 10 Days

      Africa North Journeys is a fantastic tour experience. Mohamed the owner of the agency and in same time a tour guide has incredible knowledge of Morocco and has the unique ability to bring together exactly the right amount of culture, adventure & relaxation to give an amazing holiday experience. I highly recommend this amazing agency to anyone who wants an authentic Moroccan experience. best Morocco itinerary 10 Days ever.

    Frequently asked questions?

    Morocco itinerary 10 Days

    Is Morocco itinerary 10 Days enough?

    You are considering spending 10 days in Morocco, but you’re unsure if this time frame is sufficient. In all honesty, 10 days is more than sufficient to explore numerous amazing locations and engage in a variety of activities within this stunning and captivating country. You will be making a round trip around Morocco from Casablanca and back to Casablanca. The places that you are going to see are Casablanca, Rabat, Chefchaouen, Volubilis, Meknes, Fes, Ifrane, the Sahara Desert, Rissani, Todgha and Dades Gorges, Ouarzazate, Ait Ben Haddou, and Marrakech.

    Which is the best airport to land in Marrakech or Casablanca??

    When it comes to deciding which airport is the best to land at, Is it Marrakech Menara Airport or Mohamed V International Airport? As a quick answer, it depends on you and the offer that you got from the airline companies. For example, sometimes there are special offers and discount flights to Marrakech that are better than those to Casablanca, and the opposite. So, there is no best airport. All Moroccan airports and destinations are unique; one isn’t the same as another. 

    is it Morocco a safe Country?

    Morocco is considered a safe country. The Royal Gendarmerie, National Security, and Intelligence, along with other auxiliary forces, contribute significantly to the country’s security and stability.

    Can I drink alcohol in Morocco?

    In Morocco, you can consume alcohol, but it’s strictly forbidden to do so in public areas or on the streets. On the contrary, you can enjoy drinking alcohol in the designated areas.

    How far can i book this 10 Days tour?

    We recommend booking this tour as soon as possible, allowing us to arrange everything in advance, including hotel transportation and local guides. However, we only confirm the tour once we receive a deposit of 20%.

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    Morocco itinerary 10 Days

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