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Casablanca Morocco desert tours:
The economic city is an esteemed spot to visit with our desert tours from Casablanca. There are also places we will find, thus. The key site, to begin with, is the Hassan II Mosque, which is the only Mosque in Morocco in which no Moslems can enter. Secondly, Ain Diab’s corniche, the beach where the locals stroll, and luxury hotels, roads, and restaurants.
You will visit the capital of Rabat with our desert tours from Casablanca.
We will take you to explore the capital Rabat with our tours from Casablanca. Many attractions can be seen here. First of all the Hassan Tower is the minaret of an unfinished mosque, the highest in Africa. It’s just about 44m now because Yusuf Yaqub Al Mansur was about to commission it to hit 86m. We’ll next visit Les Oudayas, near the ancient Medina, it’s a Kasbah. In addition, we’ll visit the medieval fortress Muslim necropolis Chellah or Shalla.
Tangier is one of the best destinations with our tours from Casablanca. Unique Desert Tours is here to find more attractions. First, we will reach the archeological cave, Cape Spartel, where Hercules has been resting and where the opening is like an African map. Secondly, Tangier is also known for its American legation museum, a memorial to Morocco’s long friendship with the US. Also, it is the United States’ first property overseas in Morocco. Thirdly, we will cross the ocean to visit the mosque of Cape Spartel, a headland about 12 meters from Tangiers center. Finally, in the ancient Medina Souq, we’ll have a walk across the walls to get to know the real Moroccan architecture.
With our Casablanca Morocco desert tours, Chefchaouen is one of the best places to see.
You’ll see Chefchaouen, the blue pearl of Morocco, with our personalized tours from Casablanca. There’s a lot to do here for a limited period. Hence. in the beginning, the Kasbah of the first Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alami house, at Wetat El Hamam. The second best thing in Chaouen is Rass El Ma, meaning the head of the river when translated. Small cascades from the Rif mountains come out here from Akchour waterfalls. Even for a glimpse of the area, we’re going to go up to Jebel El Kalaa. The best waterfalls of the Rif mountains are Akchour, 14 km from Chaouen. This attraction is not only in our Morocco Casablanca desert trips but also our tours from Tangier, Marrakech tours, and also Fes tours.
You visit the imperial town of Meknes with our Casablanca desert tours.
You will explore the beautiful town of Meknes with our tours from Casablanca. First of all, we’ll discuss Volubilis on our tours from Chaouen to Meknes. Here, a ticket is required. These Roman ruins, which were built by the Berbers, are under the protection of UNESCO heritage. From Meknes approximately 20 km to this ruins. Also, there are places you are going to see. The gate of Bab El Mansour, for example, is often opened for display. In addition to that, Shrij Swani is a small lake. There are people who say to be several women from Moulay Ismail, one of whom asked to migrate to a city where the coast. Instead, he made this lake for her.
Furthermore, there is the most enigmatic jail called Qara, not far from the gate of Bab El Mansour. It was designed by Moulay Ismail in the 18th century, and it’s the only jail where there is no gate. Furthermore, It is corridors leading to other corridors, but once there, it is difficult to find a way out. Some say that the jail is under the whole city of Meknes, others say that it’s just ten kilometers away.
There are also openings in the ceiling that used to be hurled at the inmates and feed. The fact that Moulay Ismail has made a director is also said to be free if the inmates find it. Not to mention that there were a number of French adventurers who were seeking to get inside the prisoner and to solve his mystery. There’s a range of prison myths, they suggest sparrows and geniuses are persecuted, but we never know whether it’s right or not.
Cultural city tours from Casablanca, Fes:
We take you to visit Fes, one of Morocco’s cultural and colonial towns, on our Sahara desert tours from the economic town of Casablanca. There is plenty to do and to visit here.
First of all, there are several gates in the old part of the city, the main gates are called the blue gates, they are the entrance to the medina. There are two major roads here when you approach the entrance, and this is where people are shopping. It’s also where you can visit Fes the biggest attractions.
The first important thing to visit is Al Qarawiyyin University, as it is the oldest and still operating university in the country. Fatima Al Fihri founded it in 859. Secondly, the Chaouara Tanneries Leather is also a popular tourist destination. Here you can see how leather is produced and also a picture of Fes. Thirdly, the king has twelve palaces, one of which is in Fes and also a valuable tourist location. This one, the Bor Nord is also perfect for those who love to walk, enjoy the sunset, and an overview of the whole of the Fes.
You’ll visit Al Qarawiyyin University on our tours from Casablanca. The madrassa is the world’s oldest and still operates. It was also founded in 859 as a “campus” of Madrassa to teach the Koran by a Fatima Al Fihri.
There are also several other locations at Fes, such as Mellah, Attarine, and Jnan Sybil’s garden.
Ifrane is the smartest city to visit from Casablanca with our tours:
The Swiss of Morocco is Ifrane. Here people come to spend the weekends snowboarding. From the French colonial point of view, the middle of the city is a statue of the lion atlas. A German prisoner sculpted this lion to regain his freedom. It’s Morocco’s first cleanest town and the world’s seventh.
The Atlas Mountains Azrou Cedar forest:
The cedar wood in Azrou should be a campsite and an opportunity to explore the wildlife of Morocco. Many birds, Barbary Macaque monkeys, you will find, they like to play and eat with. There are also deer, but, sadly, we cannot see them because they are scared of us, and since there is a barrier, we cannot go farther in the forest.
You will discover Erfoud on desert tours from Casablanca:
Erfoud is a little town in the Sahara Desert, near Merzouga. With our Casablanca tours, it is also a worth visiting place. Every October, people come here to attend the 3-day Carnival International Festival. The city is renowned as well as trilobites for its mineral fossils.
Merzouga is the pinnacle of our Morocco Casablanca desert tours.
Our Casablanca, Fes, Marrakesh, and Tangier tours must be highlighted by Merzouga. Camel treks and camp at the Berber tents can be done here. The town of Merzouga in the Southeast has been renowned for the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi and of the inhabitants of Gnawa. You do not waste a visit here when you come to Morocco. You will spend one day here on our Morocco two-week route and other tours. Therefore, we bring you to meet nomads living in tents for an in-depth experience. We will also introduce you to the lake of Srij, the location of flamingos for the immigrant. There is a salt and mascara mine, not to mention, this is also a worth visiting spot.
Tafilalet’s capital, Rissani:
Rissani is the Tafilalet region’s capital. Here the Tuareg educated products like salt and mascara for 52 days from Tombouctou. This is also the souk or market of the adjacent cities, including Merzouga. Originally from here the Alaouie dynasty was until they migrated to settle in the major cities. In addition, Rissani is the only spot with the donkeys parking. Moreover, Rissani, they call it Madfouna, is known for Pitta bread.
The city has an architectural door like the blue door at Fes.
Todgha Gorges of and Bomalne Dades:
The curves of Tissedrine in the gorges of Dades are in the picture. Here the American Cadillac car records that 3 times in just 03:19 sec. it climbs up and down. This is where most visitors spend the night, either coming from Merzouga or Marrakech. Also, there is the canyon of Todgha Gorges not far from Dades, about 300 meters wide, and natural force will find its way through it.
Visiting the Casablanca rose flowers valley:
Kalaat Mgouna is well-known both for its rose valley and the world festival. Each year in May they celebrate an international festival of Rose Flowers, they choose the Queen of Magouna as well. Many beauty brands are also available here.
Morocco desert tours from Casablanca to Ouallywood, Ouarzazate:
The Hollywood of Africa is Ouarzazate. There is, therefore, a lot of Atlas studios here that they call Oallywood. Here, there is an international airport where actors land because they can’t drive from Marrakech across The High Atlas Mountains. Moreover, this city means the city without noise, Ouarzazate comprises two Our means without and Zazate means noise. Moreover, the Kasbah of Taourirt is popular for this major city and the Kasbah of Kasab comes from the word “bamboo.” The roofs of Kasbah Castle are made of bamboo in other words. Not to mention, the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou Ouarzazate has 4 studios, where they produce films and rent content for others. Part of the films here was also filmed The Living Daylights and Lawrence of Arabia. In addition to this, the films Asterix and Cleopatra mission.
With our Morocco desert tours from Casablanca, you will visit Ait Benhaddou.
Ait Benhaddou’s Kasbah in Morocco is one of the oldest and largest. Most visitors come here to stroll from the top of the castle for the beautiful views it offers. They also come to hike around it and hear how it has been designed.
To start, the Berber Touaregs used to travel from Tombouctou to trade in salt and used to stop in this magnificent architecture building. In addition, in front of this village, there is Ouad El Maleh which is a river or a valley. That means salt or the salty river. This is where the salt and other items, including mascara, are traded. In the Kasbah, there are about seven stories, and at the end is a space where all those items can be saved for other passengers. Not to mention, in the studios of Ouarzazate they rent the materials to shoot films. The famous film Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia, for example, were shot here. They have made some portions of In 1963, Sodom and Gomorrah
In 1967, Oedipus Rex
The Man Who Would Be King in 1975
The Message in 1976
Jesus of Nazareth in 1977
Marco Polo in 1982
There are plenty of other films. The Kasbah is a popular sightseeing destination not to miss. There, you can take our personalized tours from Casablanca to experience it for around an hour with a local guide.
The Atlas Mountains:
There are three kinds of Atlas Mountains. The high, the middle, and the Anti. The center is between Fes and the desert of Merzouga, and between Marrakech and Ouarzazate. Then, from Agadir to Ouarzazate, the Anti Atlas mountains are farther south. In comparison, Toubkal is the highest point in the high mountains of the Atlas.
These mountains are completely different areas, they are green and full of humidity. Whereas, the Sahara desert is dray. This means that the clouds are blocked from going east. So in the Sahara desert, it rains very late. You will travel through Tizi n Tichka, the shortest way to cross the mountains, not to mention coming from Marrakech to the desert. The cooperative of Argan Oil, one of the admired attractions, is situated about thirty minutes drive from Marrakech in the Atlas mountains.
With our Morocco tours from Casablanca, you will visit Marrakech:
Marrakech is one of Morocco’s imperial cities. In other words, once it was a capital. Our tours to other imperial cities, to Fes, to Meknes, and in the actual capital Rabat also include visits from Casablanca. In the Berber language, it means the land of God, Marrakech is two words, Amur n Kush. Also before the economic Casablanca and artistic Fes, it is the 3rd largest city in Morocco.
There are a lot of things to do and see in Marrakech. First of all, it took about 40 years to plan the well-known Majorelle Garden, named after the French artist Jacques Majorelle. The garden is with an entry fee, he opened it to the public to generate profits. Secondly, there is the Menara Garden, another lovely garden with a swimming pool. Lighthouse, that’s to say. There is no lighthouse there, however, but the name was only taken. These kinds of gardens were built in the 12th century in the south of Marrakech.
Third, in Marrakech, there is one of the king’s palaces.Not to mention that, the king has twelve palaces. He does not live here, though, normally stays in Rabat. It’s a worth discovering spot, too.
Fourthly, there is the Koutoubia mosque, one of the most beautiful mosques in Morocco. Jami ‘al-Kutubiyah is one of the multiple names that mosque has. It was also founded by the Almohad dynasty in the 12th century. It is also about 70 meters, the largest mosque in Marrakech. Moreover, the safest spot to stroll in Marrakech must be Jamaa El Fna. Here people browse, perform, watch the snake-charmers and monkey-trainers people play and perform their shows.
Essaouira is also another place to visit with our Casablanca desert tours. There, people go to the beach in the summer, where it is warm around 24°C=75°F. The beach is pleasant. This city is also a nice destination to visit in winter, with tourists coming here for seafood. It has also the name of the Moroccan wind town. In addition, there are a lot of things to do and see in this beautiful city. Firstly, you can start with a visit to Citadel and Sqala harbors, for example. In addition, people visit the ancient Medina that is in fact protected by UNESCO.
When we mention Essaouira, we usually mention Mogador, which means essentially Magdol. That’s a little fortification.
The desert of Zagora is also part of ours from Casablanca:
You will enjoy the Sahara desert of Merzouga and Zagora with our Morocco tours. The latter is a sand-free desert. But, a lot of visitors who have no time to visit Merzouga usually head there. Zagora is also a camping spot with Berber tents and a good place for camel trekking. The only distinction is the Ergs of the sand dunes in the two destinations. Usually, we do not personalize tours from Casablanca to Zagora, but normally from Marrakech to Zagora. However, you can email us and personalize your desert visit to Zagora from Casablanca.
The curves of Ait Saouen and the main river in Morocco are on the road from Marrakech to Zagora. But it’s still worth exploring locations.
The valleys of Ourika are popular even in Morocco: about 40 kilometers from Marrakech. Many people make a day trip from Marrakech to enjoy the fresh air and get away from the city’s pollution and noise.
Ziz Valley: one of the most popular date palm tree valleys in Morocco. It is approximately two hours drive from Erfoud and Merzouga desert. Not to mention that it is more close to Errachidia, and not far from the main national airport in the area.
Valley Daraa: This valley is Morocco’s main valley of dates. Currently, we pass it as we travel through Ait Saouen from Merzouga to Marrakech. The valleys of Ourika are also popular in Morocco: about 40 kilometers from Marrakech. Also, many tourists make a day trip from Marrakech to enjoy the fresh air and the beautiful views of this charming valley.
- Ziz Valley: one of the most popular date palm tree valleys in Morocco. It is approximately two hours drive from Erfoud and Merzouga desert. Also at Erraschidia, not far from the valley, is a national airport.
- Valley Daraa: This valley is Morocco’s main valley of dates. Currently, we pass it as we travel through Saouen from Merzouga to Marrakech. In Marrakech, too, to the desert of Zagora.