4 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
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Visits to various sites and monuments in Casablanca, Rabat, and Fes, as well as camel trekking in the Merzouga Sahara desert, are included in our 4 days desert tour from Casablanca to Marrakech. The plan includes views of the Dades Valley and the Todra Gorges.
On this 4 days desert tour from Casablanca, the starry sky of your overnight at the stunning Berber villages made of adobe that crown the hills of the road to Dades gorges and Marrakech will definitely be an unforgettable experience. There, you will see some of the most beautiful views and enjoy the warm welcome of the locals.
4 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech:
Day 1: Casablanca to Fes.
The 4 days tour from Casablanca will start with a short tour of Casablanca, Morocco’s commercial capital. We will visit the outside of the Hassan II Great Mosque, one of the Islamic world’s most recognized landmarks, and then take a short walk down the Corniche… Depending on the time of your arrival, several sights may be visited.
Later, we’ll travel to Rabat, Morocco’s capital. The Hassan Tower and the exquisite Mohammed V Mausoleum are also located there.
We’ll leave late in the afternoon for Fes, passing through Meknes and maybe stopping to view Bab Mansour, Moulay Ismail’s “Moroccan Versailles” erected at the end of the 17th century, before continuing to Fes and settling into your hotel/riad.
Day 2: Fes to Merzouga desert.
We’ll pick you up from your hotel/riad after breakfast and transport you to Ifrane, a Moroccan-style settlement with Swiss influences. Next, we’ll go to Azrou, where we’ll stop at the Middle Atlas Mountains’ largest cedar forest, as well as Morocco’s largest cedar forest.
The Barbary Monkeys may be seen there. After lunch, we’ll carry on to Merzouga through Midelt and a halt at Ziz Valley, which is a breathtaking site. We’ll arrive at Merzouga Sahara desert late in the day and begin our camel adventure to the Erg Chebbi desert camp.
You’ll spend the night in our desert tents and have dinner there as well. The camp is well-equipped, and the Berbers provide delectable cuisine. They also perform and sing Berber music beneath the stars.
Day 3: Merzouga desert to Boumalne Dades.
As part of our 4-day desert trip package, we recommend waking up early this morning to see the sunrise, followed by breakfast and a shower at the camp. We’ll see Morocco’s tallest and narrowest gorges, the Tinghir and Todra Canyons, on our journey to Marrakech.
Later we’ll go to Dades Valley through the Dades Gorges, passing by beautiful castles and stunning rock formations. We’ll stay at a local hotel there for the night.
Day 4: Boumalne Dades to Marrakech.
After breakfast, we continue to Ouarzazate via the Dades Valley. The Dades Valley’s Way of the Thousand Kasbahs gives a wonderful photographic opportunity.
Before arriving in Ouarzazate, we’ll stop by the Taourirt Kasbah and Atlas Film Studios in Kelaat Mgouna, often known as the “Pink City” or “City of Roses.” Finally, we proceed to Marrakech through the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.
Unforgettable 4-day tour!
Definitely, our 4 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech is your way to discover some of the best highlights if not the most visited ones. In general, you will have the chance to discover many stunning views such as the Sahara desert and the Atlas Mountains.
Join our 4 days tour and benefit from pickup and drop-off services at any meeting and ending point you determine. We will gladly satisfy your wishes and plan the tour depending on your desire.
Our staff of professional guides and drives will be there to help you have the best 4 days in Morocco. They will be more than happy to share the Moroccan lifestyle and traditions.
Our tour from Casablanca is suitable for photographers and picture lovers. Certainly, we will take you to the most beautiful places and spots that the trip passes by.
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Palm trees line this city’s vast roadways, which also have beautiful beaches and a lively population. Isn’t it like a tropical vacation when you put it like that? The city blends modernism with Muslim and Arabic heritages in its oldest neighborhoods, while the rest of the city preserves many colonial antiques. The Hassan II Mosque, the world’s second-largest mosque, is the principal tourist site.
Marrakech, the red city
This city mixes ancient and new elements to provide guests with a one-of-a-kind experience. You’ll find brilliant colors, exotic scents, carriage rides, and countless architectural marvels in one region of Marrakech.
Wide streets, lovely stores, and entertaining spots may be found on the opposite side of the street. The Majorelle Garden and the Koutoubia Mosque are two of the city’s tourism attractions. Apart from the gorgeous Jamaa El Fna plaza. It is both Morocco’s largest and most populated square. There are many different things to see there, such as snake charmers and monkey shows.
This location, which has a roughly thirteen-century history, is another tourist attraction. The architecture is spectacular, and there are several attractions to choose from, including a large and well-known medina and lovely madrassas (Islamic schools). Not to forget Fatima Al Fihri’s Al Qarawiyin Institution, the world’s oldest university, founded in 859.
Ouarzazate, the cinema city
Between Merzouga and Marrakech is the cinema city of Morocco and Africa or the entrance to the desert. Its name comes from the Berber language and means “quiet spot.” It features an international airport and one of the world’s largest solar energy projects, making it a major location in the Southeast.
Many directors from across the world come to Ouarzazate’s Atlas studios to shoot films or seasons of television shows. Take the 5th season of Prison Break and the first half of the third season of Game of Thrones as examples.
Ait Benhaddou’s castle is known across the world for its distinctive clay build. It was built by Thami El Glaoui, also known as the king of the Atlas, one of Morocco’s wealthiest Bashas. Since 1987, Ait Benhaddou has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It used to be the principal rest stop for camel caravans on their way to Tombouctou.
The village is now bereft of residents in today’s globe. There are a few residences on the other side of the river, facing the Ksar. Furthermore, in recent years, it has only been utilized by visitors and for the production of movies and television shows. The American-British drama film “The Gladiator” comes to mind in this context.
Merzouga Sahara desert
Merzouga is the highlight of our four-day tour from Casablanca.
The most unforgettable feature of any journey to Morocco, without a doubt. Merzouga is a Moroccan village located near the Erg Chebbi sand dunes in the southeast. Locals in the area have two different legends behind the name. To begin with, some speculate that the name is derived from an old Merzoug family that once resided in the area. Others, on the other hand, believe the village’s name refers to a wealthy area known in Arabic as Marzouka.
The Erg Chebbi sand dunes have an interesting origin tale. According to legend, a tribe formerly inhabited in the area where the dunes now lie. They were living a comfortable and prosperous existence. They started squabbling over dinner one day after they dug in. God punished them by sending a massive storm their way and burying them in sand dunes that may still be seen today. Even while this story is still considered a legend, some people, particularly the elderly, believe it.
Merzouga is the hub of the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. It provides some of the most thrilling activities, such as going on an adventure trip and exploring the surrounding environment. The beautiful sand dunes may be ridden on camels.
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