Affordable 5 days tour from Casablanca

Affordable 5 days tour from Casablanca

The finest 5 Days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech, including camel trekking and sleeping in Berber tents. This trip schedule is completely customizable; please contact us if you have any questions!

Main info:

Departure location:

Casablanca

Return location:

Marrakech/Casablana

Departure time:

08:00 AM

Itinerary duration

5 days/ 4 nights

Highlights of our tour:

Tour overview:

5 day tours from Casablanca is one of the common tours to travel the north. It covers famous northern towns and imperial cities. Firstly, it travels to Fes via Rabat and Meknes.

Then, it heads to Chefchaouen town and visits Tangier. Secondly, you explore Asilah town with its art and shift to Rabat to visit the old, Medina. Finally, we drive to Casablanca to drop you off at the airport or accommodation.

Itinerary Option 1:

Day 1: Casablanca to Fes:

We will pick you up from the airport or your hotel/riad to begin our 5 days tour from Casablanca. First and foremost, we shall visit Hassan II’s mosque. The latter is the world’s seventh-largest mosque and one of Morocco’s few non-Muslim religious structures. After that, we’ll go to Rabat, one of Morocco’s four royal capitals. The Hassan Tower and the Oudayas Kasbah will be seen from there. We will also be able to take a visit of the Chellah site. We’ll next go to Fes and spend the night at a small hotel/riad.

Day 2: Fes discovery tour:

The city of Fes will be visited on the second day of our 5 days tour itinerary from Casablanca. We shall be led by a local guide who will tell us about Fes’s history. We will begin by visiting the Royal Palace, commonly known as Dar al-Makhzen. The Mellah, Morocco’s oldest Jewish quarter, will be our next stop (1438). It’s in Fes El Jdid, in the historic territory of the Sultan’s Syrian archers.

In addition, we’ll go to Borj Nord to get a bird’s-eye view of the city. Later, we’ll go to the tanneries and have a tour around the ancient Medina. Not to mention that we will pay visits to the universities of Al Quaraouiyine and Al Bouaanania. Overnight in Fes.

Day 3: Fes to Merzouga desert:

The third day of our five-day journey from Casablanca will take us to Merzouga, the pinnacle of all our Morocco tours. Before that, we’ll make a few stops along the way. First and foremost, we will visit Ifrane, Morocco’s cleanest city. We’ll make a detour here to see the Atlas lion statue, which was sculpted by a German prisoner in exchange for his freedom during WWII.

Following that, we’ll travel to Azrou to see the Barbary macaques in the Cedar forest. You will have the opportunity to feed and photograph them.

We’ll then go across the High Atlas Mountains to the Ziz Valley. Oued Ziz passes across a huge expanse of palm trees. We’ll arrive at Merzouga, the Sahara desert, later in the day. Your camels will be waiting for you there, ready to take you on a trip across the Merzouga desert to your camp, where you will dine, listen to Berber music, and spend the night.

Day 4: Merzoug desert to Dades gorges:

It is advised that you get up early in the morning on this day of our 5 days desert trip from Casablanca to view a spectacular sunrise. After breakfast, you will return the camels to the starting point. Your driver will be there to greet you as you begin your journey. We’ll take the route to Rissani City, where you may explore its Souk (market) and admire its art. This Souk is most crowded on Sundays, Mondays, and Thursdays.

Later, we pass through Tafilalt’s oasis, where we can see an ancient irrigation system. After that, we’ll have lunch in Tinjdad. Then we go on to the magnificent Todgha Gorges canyons. They are 1300 meters high and stretch out across 30 kilometers at the foot of the Great Atlas Mountains. At the conclusion of the day, we will go to the Dades gorges to witness the monkey toes rock formation. Dades is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 5: Dades gorges to Marrakech:

On the final day of our 5 days Desert tour from Casablanca, we travel through the country of the roses and through hundreds of kasbahs. We’ll arrive at Ouarzazate, Morocco’s film capital. First, we’ll stop to photograph Taourirt Kasbah before continuing on to the Atlas studio. Following that, we will have the opportunity to see Ait Benhaddou’s Kasbah, which is one of the most well-known tourist attractions in Southern Morocco. It’s a fortified town made up of historic buildings atop a hill in the middle of a valley.

In the afternoon we go via the Tichka Passes towards Marrakesh. If you are interested, we will stop to capture a few panoramic views and pay a visit to the Argan Oil Co-operative. Finally, we arrive at Marrakech and take you to the airport or your accommodation. That is the end of our Casablanca tour in 5 days.

Itinerary Option 2:

Day 1: Casablanca – Rabat – Fes

We will pick you up from the hotel or the airport and start our 5 Days tour from Casablanca. Thus, we drive to Meknes, passing by Rabat. Meknes is one of the imperial cities in Morocco.

It is known for the great walls gates and mosaic tiling of the 17th century. If time allows us, you will visit all the attractions and visit the Roman ruins in Volubilis. Finally, we move to Fes city and have a night in a local Riad in the old Medina.

Day 2: Fes discovery tour:

Fes is another imperial city you will explore with our local guide. It is the oldest city in Morocco where to visit medieval Marinid architectures. That is to say, our guided tour includes the oldest University of Al-Karaouine and the Blue Gate. Besides, you will visit Chouara tannery that has been operating since at least the 16th century. Later, you visit some religious schools and the Marinid tombs. You will discover the most important tourist attractions and have a night at the same Raid.

In addition, we’ll go to Borj Nord to get a bird’s-eye view of the city. Later, we’ll go to the tanneries and have a tour around the ancient Medina. Not to mention that we will pay visits to the universities of Al Quaraouiyine and Al Bouaanania. Overnight in Fes.

Day 3: Fes – Chefchaouen- Tangier

Today, we will drive via the Rif Mountains to Chefchaouen. It is the Blue Pearl City that offers blue-washed buildings and wonderful mountains overlooking the town. Therefore, there is free time to figure out the ole old Medina and tourist sites. Finally, we drive to Tangier through the White Dove City of Tetouan. Overnight.

Following that, we’ll travel to Azrou to see the Barbary macaques in the Cedar forest. You will have the opportunity to feed and photograph them.

We’ll then go across the High Atlas Mountains to the Ziz Valley. Oued Ziz passes across a huge expanse of palm trees. We’ll arrive at Merzouga, the Sahara desert, later in the day. Your camels will be waiting for you there, ready to take you on a trip across the Merzouga desert to your camp, where you will dine, listen to Berber music, and spend the night.

Day 4: Tangier – Asilah – Rabat:

After breakfast, we will visit some sites in Tangier. For example, you visit Hercules Caves with the shape of the African map in sea opening. Thereafter, we head to the most charming town of Asilah. The town is a bright and fresh site where to enjoy art design in Madina. Besides, you will experience a panoramic view of the sea on its 5th-century ramparts. Finally, we drive along with the Atlantic Ocean views towards Rabat. A night is in a local Raid.

Day 5: Rabat- Casablanca:

The last day of our tour will highlight tourist sites in Rabat. Hence, Rabat is the administrative city of Morocco. It offers attractions that reflect Islamic and French-colonial heritage. The tour includes main sites like Hassan Tower, Udayas Kasbah, and museums. After you discover Rabat, we will end our 5 day tours from Casablanca in Casablanca.

In the afternoon we go via the Tichka Passes towards Marrakesh. If you are interested, we will stop to capture a few panoramic views and pay a visit to the Argan Oil Co-operative. Finally, we arrive at Marrakech and take you to the airport or your accommodation. That is the end of our Casablanca tour in 5 days.

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Testimonials:

What a 5 days tour from Casablanca!

In October, we arrived in Casablanca with my boyfriend and met Hassan and Lhoussain in Morocco!
They were really friendly from the beginning, very careful about what we wanted. The transport was really convenient, we stopped several times and they were always ready if we were to take a detour or remain somewhere longer. We went via the Atlas to the desert, a wonderful trip! In extremely pleasant accommodations, we stopped. We must emphasize the guides' excellent vibes!

In the next days we arrived in Merzouga, we loved it, (the magnificent desert, the Nomads, the Gnaoua, and the Berbers). All we met and how much fun we had, we are extremely pleased with everything! It should be mentioned that the journey is a huge cultural shock and you have to be open to many scenarios!

Thank you for making our vacation a wonderful experience, Hassan and Lhoussain!

Grants G

Great experience!

Outstanding Moroccan experience. Hassan organizes the trips extremely closely, attentively, and very quickly.
What I can say about him, truly great! Aziz was waiting for us. We could've had no better company when we stayed in Morocco with him since he was responsible for driving to locations we want to visit. He recommended dinner, knowing his culture and his nation and the ideal method to connect with us.
There are no words to describe the views in the desert of Merzouga... you've got to love it!!!! Very friendly people there.

Huge thanks to Travelling In Morocco team for the great trip.
We will come back one day!

Ari B

Best travel agency in Morocco!

The five days tour to the Desert of Merzouga from Casablanca was wonderful. The site is wonderful and, with Ali's guidance, we enjoyed it a lot. We were blessed to always appreciate your skills and friendliness. With plenty of affection, they do an amazing job. I highly recommend this travel agency for anyone traveling to Morocco.

Gokhan T

A lifetime experience!

Hassan and Ali are the best tour experts with the best guides. Thank you for all, it was unbelievable. Very careful, polite and respectful and I could go all day... apart from work, for these people, This is a way of life and you include your feeling one more minute away ... They put everything you want at your disposal.

It's a wonderful service 100% personal, and you're moving anywhere you want, stop every time you want. It would be an understatement entirely advised. We will undoubtedly repeat this experience again.

Traore A

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Highlights overview:

Our 5 days Morocco Desert tour from Casablanca to Marrakech includes stops in Fes, Ait Benhaddou, Merzouga, and other wonderful cities and destinations. We’ve included a few information on some of these sites that you might want to know before you go.

Casablanca, the economical city

In Spanish, Casablanca means “White House,” and in Arabic, “Dar al Beida.” Casablanca is Morocco’s most populous and largest city. It is located on the Atlantic coast, south of Rabat, Morocco’s capital. The city proper has a population of around 3.2 million people, while the Grand Casablanca, which includes the suburbs, has a population of over 4,000,000 people. Casablanca has a population of about 7.2 million people, making it one of the country’s densestly populated areas. Casablanca is Morocco’s primary economic and industrial city, as well as the largest port in North Africa.

Fes, the cultural city

The terraced medieval city of Fes el-Bali in the valley of Oued Fes and the Fes el-Djedid plateau region are located in the province of Fes, also known as Fez, in northern Morocco. The city is one of the country’s most important economic centers. Its main economic activity include metal, leather, and textile manufacturing, as well as ceramics. Handicrafts, carpets, jewels, and fragrances are also produced by the craftsmen. Local agricultural goods were also in high demand. Fes, one of Morocco’s 16 provinces, is also the seat of the Fes-Boulemane region.

Merzouga

Mergouza and Erfoud are 45 kilometers apart in distance. It is also approximately 20 kilometers from the Algerian border. It’s one of the last towns before the Sahara sands overrun the area.

Merzouga is the starting place for Erg Chebbi treks. The fine sand hills there can reach heights of up to 150 meters. Miles of brown waves spread ahead of you. This is exactly what comes to mind when you think of a desert.

In the evenings, Merzouga offers authentic Moroccan entertainment. A delicious tagine, fresh-baked bread, and couscous are complemented with drums and beautiful folk dances.

Dayet Srji is worth exploring after the desert. Throughout the year, rare species can be seen in this saline lake west of Merzouga. Birdwatchers, in particular, would be blown away. In the spring, flamingos, buzzards, and falcons can be seen in this area. Snakes and lizards abound, as do gerbils and desert foxes.

The Kasbah fortress of Ait Benhaddou

The Ksar of Ait Ben Haddou is around 29 kilometers from Ouarzazate. It is a fortified town that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Ksar is a famous example of traditional Moroccan mud-brick building, which may be found across the pre-Saharan region.

Ait Benhaddou’s cinematography is admired by many directors across the world.

Here are a few examples of films that have been shot in the area: Gladiator, Mummy, Alexander, Jesus of Nazareth…

The Ksar is located on the left bank of the Ouarzazate River. In ancient times, a caravan route from Marrakech to Timbuktu through Zagora ran beside it. The Ksar was probably built in the 11th century. Many families, though, continue to exist.

Walking amid these ancient walls brings back recollections of incidents that may have transpired here in ancient times. Ait Ben Haddou is an enthralling place.

The red city of Marrakech

Marrakech, along with Casablanca, Fes, and Rabat, is one of Morocco’s largest and most important cities, situated around 150 kilometers from the Atlantic coast. Due to the influx of tourists, the government chose to construct one of the country’s major airports on the outskirts of Marrakech, making it easily accessible.

When you arrive in Marrakech, you may choose from one of the city’s many hotels. Depending on your budget, you may stay in a two-star hotel for €25 per night or a five-star hotel for at least €70 per night. Another alternative is to stay in a guesthouse. Offers begin at seven euros and progress upwards.

The Al Koutoubia Mosque, with its nearly 80-meter-tall tower, is a must-see tourist attraction. The renowned sultan mansions may be seen in the Medina, the city’s historic quarter. You may also take a walk along the nearly 10-kilometer-long defensive walls built in the 12th century. One of North Africa’s most important Islamic schools, built in the late 14th century, lies nearby.

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