8 Days tour from Casablanca to Merzouga

Numerous highlights of our 8-Day Tour From Casablanca to Merzouga include camel riding, camping out in the desert, resting in comfortable Berber tents, listening to Berber music, playing Berber drums with Berber men, and taking in the amazing starry skies. Along the route of this excursion, you’ll see the kasbah, ait ben haddoudades gorges, todra gorges, Berber villages, Atlas mountains, ziz valley, Ifrane (also known as the Moroccan Switzerland),

8 Days Desert Tour From Casablanca to Merzouga

Day 1: Casablanca – Rabat – Meknes – Fes

On the first day of our adventure, we depart Casablanca for Fes. The route to Fes passes through picturesque agricultural countryside that is used to grow olives, cereals, vegetables, and grapes. Before arriving in Fes, we will go to Volubilis and Meknes. This area is home to the beautiful Roman remains of Volubilis, the Roman Empire’s southernmost southern stronghold. Meknes, the cradle of the first Arab kingdom established by Moulay Ismail, is home to the Madrasa Bou Inania and the Bab Mansour, the Moulay Ismail Palace’s Gateway. This takes us to Henri es-stables Souani’s and granaries. Upstairs, there is a rooftop cafe and garden with a stunning view of the city. the moment you land in Fes, check into your hotel.

Day 2: Sightseeing in Fes

After breakfast, we’ll begin our tour of “the oldest living Medina in the world” with a certified local tour guide. On our walking tour of the Medina, we’ll make stops at the University, the 9th-century Karouine Mosque, and the entrance to the Royal Palace. We’ll also go to the city’s founding father, “Moulay Idriss II,grave. “‘s One of the classic eateries found in the ancient Medina will offer lunch. After lunch, we’ll continue our tour by seeing the Nejjarine Fountain, the famed Harem Garden, and the Batha Museum. On the way back to the hotel, we’ll pause to take in a birds-eye perspective of the city.

Day 3: Fes – Azrou – Merzouga

In the morning, we’ll take a trip into the mountains to a location called Imouzzer, which is surrounded by cedar, juniper, and cork oak woods. Because of the region’s rich fauna, we may see a variety of birds, wild boar, and Barbary apes during our delightful drive, After that, the route will start to ascend towards the Middle Atlas Mountains, where we will be able to see goat herds and nomadic Berber tents scattered throughout the hillsides, We proceed on mountain roads while appreciating the expansive, fast-flowing Oued Ziz after a late lunch in Midelt. After passing the adobe-colored city of Er-Rachidia, we carry on through Kasbahs and palm-tree-lined fields until we reach Merzouga in the late afternoon.

Day 4: Tour of Erg Chebbi by 4×4 – camel ride and night in desert camp

Early in the morning, we start our investigation of Erg Chebbi’s dunes. We’re going to a Berber home to hear Gnawa music, which has roots in Sudan and Ghana. We’ll see some abandoned mines, some nomadic Berber people, and a palm-tree oasis. For lunch, we’ll head back to Merzouga. After kicking back for a moment, we’ll head out to find the camels that are ready to lead us on an adventure across the sand dunes. In the middle of the Sahara, we’ll spend the night in a fully equipped camp with drum music, giving us a great chance to capture the sundown and daybreak. When we get to the camp and spend the night there, we climb the high dunes to see the sunset.

Day 5: Merzouga – Erfoud – Ouarzazate

We watch the sunrise and then head back to Merzouga. We will be able to take a shower and enjoy a sumptuous lunch, We then set off on our journey back to Ouarzazate, Along the way, we make stops at Berber shops to purchase presents including fossils, carpets, lamps, and leather. After arriving in the afternoon, we spend the night in a hotel in Ouarzazate.

Day 6: Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – Atlas Mountain – Marrakech

Before departing Ouarzazate in the morning, we will have one last chance to go to Ait Benhaddou for lunch and a tour. Over 20 movies have included this famous kasbah from the 11th century, including the well-known Gladiator. After lunch, we’ll start the long trip back to Marrakech, traveling via Tizi-n-Tichka, and getting there in the evening.

Day 7: Explore Marrakech

a tour lasting the entire day in Marrakech. We’ll head to the Menara, a pool with flowerbeds surrounding it that functions as an irrigation system for the area. The sightseeing trip will also take you to the Dar Si Said Palace jewelry museum, Majorelle Gardens, Bahia Palace, and the Koutoubia mosque. A stroll around Marrakech’s vibrant souks will be followed by an optional lunch in the Medina. On a cafe terrace overlooking the lively Djemaa El Fna Square, we’ll enjoy a drink at sunset.

Day 8: Marrakech – Casablanca

We’ll depart early in the morning to head back to Casablanca, the starting point of our journey.

our eight-day trip from Casablanca to Merzouga came to a conclusion.


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