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Casablanca Tours 16 Days

Morocco In 16 Days

Casablanca Tours 16 Days organized By Morocco Travel Holidays To Explore The Morocco Imperial Cities & Chefchaouen, Enjoy Casablanca to Chefchaouen with the imperial city tour of Morocco,  See the best places And enjoy the beauty of Morocco and exploring the diverse culture. With  Morocco In 16 Days We Offer desert Activities. Explore Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, Merzouga desert camp with camel ride, Todra valley,  in the Morocco desert tour from Casablanca 16 days will drive through the Rose valley, enjoy spectacular views of the high atlas, see the sunrise and sunset from the back of a camel, night in a Merzouga desert camp with camel ride.

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Casablanca Tours 16 Days

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Overview

Take this Casablanca To Marrakech Desert Tour to explore the Sahara desert, colonial towns, and Atlantic coastal beaches while taking in the incredible architecture, history, and heritage. Explore the world’s most ancient settlements, Discover the hidden delights as you travel through the heart of Morocco, and delve into the remarkable landscapes that are more than just enchanting! Not only will we take you from Casablanca to Fez, to the Sahara and Marrakech, but we’ll make sure this trip is one of the most memorable experiences you’ll enjoy for the rest of your life! dig into the deep dunes of Erg Chebbi, and relax on the sandy beaches. Simply book your ticket now, and we’ll put together the perfect tour for you.

Casablanca Tours 16 Days Highlights

  • Hassan II Mosque.
  • Sahrij Swani.
  • Bab Mansour.
  • Volubilis
  • Fes El Bali the old medina
  • The old Medina, Saadien Tombs, Bahia Palace...
  • Experience Camel trekking in Erg Chebbi.
  • Beautiful Landscape Desert Sunset & Sunrise.
  • Cedar Forest.
  • Dades Gorges.
  • Jamaa El Fna.
  • The Old Medina, Saadien Tombs, Bahia Palace, Majourelle Gardens
  • Essaouira Day Trip
  • Cascades d' Ouzoud
  • Ourika Valley
  • Ouzoud Falls
  • Rabat

Itinerary

Day 1
Casablanca

started our Casablanca Tours 16 Days greeted and transported to your accommodation upon arrival at Casablanca Mohammed V Airport. Our representative will provide you with a summary of your Casablanca Morocco trip.

Day 2
Casablanca - Rabat - Meknes - Fes

Travel to Fes. The route to Fes takes us through lovely countryside where olives, grain, vegetables, and grapes are produced. You will stop in Meknes and Volubilis before arriving in Fes. Volubilis is the location of the renowned Roman remains that remain of the Roman Empire’s southernmost frontier. Meknes is the birthplace of Moulay Ismail’s first Arab kingdom, and it is home to the Medersa Bou Inania and the Bab Mansour, the entrance of Moulay Ismail’s palace. This takes us to the Henri es-Souani, as well as the horse stable and granaries. Upstairs, there’s a roof garden and café with a stunning view of the city. Arrive in Fes and check into your accommodation.

Day 3
Full day to visit Fes

After breakfast, continue your tour of Fes, “the world’s oldest living Medina,” with a local official guide. You will see the Medina and its “souks” (markets), as well as the Royal Palace entrance, the 9th-century Karouine Mosque, and the University. You will also visit the grave of the city’s founder, “Moulay Idriss II.” Lunch will be served at one of the old Medina’s typical restaurants. Following lunch, you will visit the Najarine fountain, the ancient Harem Garden, and the Batha Museum. You will stop on the way back to the hotel to take in a panoramic vista of the city.

Day 4
Fes - Rif Mountains - Chefchaouen - Fes 

We begin your day excursion to Chefchaouen (blue city) after breakfast at your Riad or hotel about 8 a.m., a famous Moroccan tourist attraction and friendly city nestled in the Rif Mountains just south of the Mediterranean coast in northwestern Morocco. This lovely blue city is well-known for its traditional architecture. Take a walk around the medina to see the white and blue washed buildings and the marketplaces that sell some distinctive local goods. With its magnificent vistas of the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is an ideal location for photography. In the afternoon, return to Fez. We anticipate arriving in Fez about 7 p.m.

Day 5
Fes - Ifrane - Azrou - Ziz valley - Erfoud - Merzouga 

We left for Merzouga after breakfast. We pass the Atlas Mountains and go via Ifrane to the Azrou cedar woods, where we may see wild monkeys. It will be an excellent chance to photograph Moroccan nature. Lunch in Zaida, a tiny Berber town. We continue over the Atlas Mountains, enjoying the scenery of Medilt, until we arrive in Rich, Erfoud, where we will experience the beginning of the Sahara oasis of Tafilalet before continuing to Merzouga. Spend the night at a motel near the dunes.

Day 6
Merzouga - Berber families - Black Desert - Merzouga (Camel ride & Night in the Sahara)

Your desert adventure starts after breakfast at the hotel. You will visit the hamlet of Khamlia, which was founded by Sudanese slaves, to learn about their music and way of life. Lake Merzouga, with its bird populations, including flamingos, is not far distant. You should also go to the nomadic wire house, where many Berber handicrafts are less than in the metropolis. In the afternoon, you will ride a camel across the mystical Erg-Chebbi sand sea, escorted by an expert camel guy. Your first night will be spent beneath the stars, or, if you prefer, in a typical Berber nomad tent. Dinner will be provided in the tent where you’ll be sleeping for the night. Dinner, overnight, and breakfast are included.

Day 7
Merzouga - Errissani - Jorf - Todra Gorges - Dades - Ouarzazate

After breakfast at the hotel, we will travel through the Dades Valley toward Kalaa M’guna and Ouarzazate. The journey through the Dades Valley is known as the route of a thousand kasbahs, and it offers many chances to get some of the finest pictures of the whole trip. We’ll make a detour at Kalaa Mguna, the “pink town,” to purchase rose water, which will keep your clothes smelling fresh long after the trip is done. Continue to Skoura and the Deard’s Valley, where you may see the kasbah of Ameridil, a well-preserved kasbah in the region. After lunch, you will have time to hike in the valley before continuing on to Ouarzazate, known as the “Hollywood of Africa,” because of its location and stunning scenery, which have attracted many world-class film makers. Stay at the riad for the night.

Day 8
Ouarzazate - Kasba Ait Ben Haddou - Taroudant 

After breakfast in your riad, we will drive to Taroudant via Taznacht, where we will see the Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, Morocco’s biggest kasbah. The kasbah of Ben Haddou, built in the early twentieth century by T-Hami El Glaoui, one of the last Berber chiefs, was one of his stops on his lengthy trip from Sub-Saharan Africa to Marrakech and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You may continue on to Taliouine, Morocco’s saffron capital, and see the Saffron Cooperative. If your visit coincides with the saffron harvest, you will be able to meet Berbers and their families picking saffron on their fields. We’ll arrive at Taroudant in the afternoon, where you’ll visit the ramparts and stroll through the Medina’s tiny streets. Taroudant is sometimes referred to as “Little Marrakech” since it was constructed by the Saadid dynasty, who used it as their capital until relocating to Marrakech in the 16th century.

Day 9
Taroudant - Agadir - Essaouira

After breakfast at the riad, leave for Essaouira, passing via Agadir. Our first stop will be at Agadir, a resort city that has long been a famous tourist destination. You will go to Essaouira after lunch and a brief stroll along the waterfront. The seaside route provides stunning views in a region renowned for its argan trees. Herds of goats may be seen climbing the argan trees in quest of better food than they can get on ground. After a few stops along the coast in the afternoon, we’ll arrive at Essaouira. Stay the night in one of Medina’s riads.

Day 10
Exploring Essaouira

After breakfast at the hotel in Essaouira, we will begin our exploration of the city. You will witness the Fortress of the Rock, a thuya tree sculpted by craftsmen, and hundreds of handicrafts as you walk through the alleys of the medina. Today’s lunch will be a Moroccan-style meal of freshly bought fish “prepared to order.” After lunch, you will have free time to explore the city, go to the beach, or just relax. Essaouira, popularly known as the “city of the wind,” draws surfers from all over the globe. Essaouira has seen numerous civilizations, including Portuguese colonization, which is seen in much of its architecture, yet it remains a tiny town with a lengthy history. It is also known as the Moroccan “pearl of the Atlantic” because to its size and unique blue doors and washed-out walls. It holds an annual “Gnawa music” festival that draws musicians from all across Africa and the globe. It often begins in the second week of June.

Day 11
Essaouira to Marrakech

You will have some free time after breakfast in your riad before departing for Marrakech. You will get the chance to visit the women’s argan oil cooperative along the route, since here is the region of the argan crop, where the oil, renowned for its culinary, cosmetic, and medicinal qualities, is extracted. After a few picture breaks, you’ll continue on to Marrakech to check into your riad. After supper, take a walk around the renowned Jemaa El Fna Square, where you will be entertained by magicians, storytellers, musicians, and snake charmers.

Day 12
 Marrakech Visit 

A full-day trip of Marrakech that includes a stop to the Menara, a flowerbed-encircled lake that serves as an irrigation system for the neighboring farms. The trip will include stops to the Koutoubia Mosque, the Majorelle Gardens, the Bahia Palace, and the Dar Si Said Jewelry Museum Palace. Optional lunch in the medina, followed by a walk around Marrakech’s colorful bazaars. Enjoy the sunset from the terrace of one of the cafés, supper, and sleep at the hotel, all while facing the beautiful Jamaa El Fna Square.

Day 13
Marrakech - Ouzoud Falls - Atlas Mountains - Marrakech

Day trip from Marrakech to Ouzoud Waterfalls starts in the morning from Marrakech to Ouzoud Waterfalls, which is situated approximately 170 kilometers from Marrakech, northeast of the city, where you can find magnificent waterfalls about 110 meters high and a lovely environment full of birds and monkeys. You will find magnificent waterfalls around 110m high and a lovely environment full of birds and monkeys. When you arrive, you may arrange for the services of a local guide to conduct walks or climbs to a height of 1068m.

Day 14
Marrakech - Atlas Mountains - Ourika Valley - Marrakech

The day trip from Marrakech to the Ourika Valley starts with a morning departure from Marrakech to the Ourika Valley, which is the simplest, closest, and therefore one of the most popular day excursions from Marrakech. You will get a private tour with your own vehicle, driver, and guide on our day excursion to Ourika. We try to avoid conventional tourist traps and concentrate on genuine Berber village life, exploring local paths on foot away from the flotillas of tourist buses, to obtain a really authentic perspective of the Ourika Valley…. In the evening, we will return to Marrakech.

Day 15
Marrakech - Cascades d' Ouzoud - Marrakech

After breakfast, leave for the Cascades d’Ouzoud, one of Morocco’s most beautiful sites. Three magnificent tiered waterfalls set in a verdant valley, in a friendly Berber town, with a succession of breathtaking broad and narrow plunges that drop 110 meters into the river below. Take a walk down the river to the caverns or gorges of Oued el Abid, or just relax and take in the beauty. Take pictures to capture the beauty of the cataracts and the rainbow that occurs often at the base of the falls. In the summer, bring a picnic and mingle with the Marrakshi, who frequent this peaceful area on weekends. Dine in one of the wonderful restaurants surrounded by lime trees at Cascades D’Ouzoud, or savor Moroccan cuisine and freshly squeezed orange juice at one of the numerous cafés along the terraces on the way to the falls.

Day 16
Marrakech - Airport

At the conclusion of the 16-day trip from Casablanca, transfer to the airport (Marrakech or Casablanca).

Included / Excludes

Included

  • Pick up &Drop off
  • Vehicle
  • An English-speaking driver/guide.
  • 14 Nights in Hotels / Riad (Dinner & Breakfast)
  • Fuel tank
  • Sunset &Camel trekking in Erg Chebbi dunes
  • Camel Per person.
  • Berber music at night around the fire under stars in Erg Chebbi luxury desert camp
  • Sandboarding in Erg Chebbi dunes

Not Include

  • Lunchs
  • Entrance fee
  • Tips
  • And items of personal nature

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