Best of Morocco with Sahara

Morocco ,Casablanca

Best of Morocco with Sahara

About This Trip:

During this 9-day visit, you will discover some of the largest natural and cultural attractions in Morocco. Land in Casablanca and transfer to Rabat for a historic tour of the city, where you can discover mosques, palaces and souks. Visit the imperial town of Meknes and the Roman ruins of Volubili on the road to Fez. Afterwards, you will head toward the Sahara Desert. Take a camel ride across the sand dunes and see the breathtaking sunrise before going to visit the UNESCO Ait Ben Haddou. End your tour in Marrakech to discover its Moorish architecture, intimate gardens, and colorful souks.


  • Casablanca Arrival, Discover the City at Your Own Pace
  • Rabat Kasbah des Oudaias, Hassan Tower, The Mausoleum of Mohammed V
  • Rabat - Fez
  • Meknes Old Medina, Roman Ruins of Volubilis
  • Fez Chouara Tannery, Al Attarine, Al-Karaouine, Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss, Souk Nejjarine, the Mellah
  • Erfoud Sahara Desert Tour, Road Trip Through the Middle Atlas Mountains
  • Ouarzazate UNESCO Ait Ben Haddou
  • Marrakech Koutoubia Mosque, El-Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, Ben Youssef Medersa, Jardin Majorelle Garden, Jemaa el-Fna Market



  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • 4x4, furgoneta o autobús en buen estado para el transporte, incluido el combustible
  • Official art historian guide
  • Professional driver
  • An experienced & multilingual driver/guide


  • Gastos personales
  • Propinas y propinas
  • Almuerzos

Tour Plan

Day 1: Arrive in Casablanca and Visit Hassan II Mosque

Welcome to Casablanca, Morocco! When you arrive, your private English speaking driver will be waiting for you outside the airport. After a short break, you will set off for the Hassan II Mosque. The mosque was built on the coast in the mid-1980s and combined the Arab Andalusian heritage and the local Berber culture. Enjoy your time visiting this landmark of Casablanca. Afterward, you will be escorted to your hotel for rest.

Day 2: Casablanca - Rabat – Fez

After breakfast, head to the Imperial City, which is now the capital of Rabat. Visit the Hassan Tower, a minaret at the mosque. The 4th Almohad ruler Yaqoub al Mansour intended to build the mosque into the largest in the world for the time. Though unfinished, the tower still has a magical appearance. Visit the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, where three royals were buried here: Mohammed V, Hassan II, and his brother Moulay Abdellah. Continue to the Kasbah of the Udayas. Enter through the grand door into Rabat's old city center. Walk through the streets and alleys where locals still inhabit and see houses with white facades and colored doors. After the tour, depart for Fez.

Day 3: Explore Fes' Medina.

Among the four Moroccan imperial cities, Fez is the oldest and is often considered the cultural capital of the country. This walled city, classified as a UNESCO heritage site, will transport you to the Middle Ages. the ancient maze-like quarters of the Medina and spend half-day learning about the history and culture as you navigate the narrow and winding streets, traditional tanneries, and potteries. To the north of the Medina, you will meet another highlight today to have a panorama view over the old imperial Fez city.

Afterwards, visit the King's Palace in the neighbourhood of Fes El-Jdid, near the Medina of this imperial city. Then the remaining time of the afternoon is free for you to explore more this stunning city has to offer.

Day 4: Volubilis Ruins and Meknes

Near Fez you will find the Roman ruins of Volubilis, the best preserved in Morocco. Wander the expansive complex, exploring the still-intact columns of former buildings, large merchant homes, temples, and the colorful mosaics. Then continue your voyage to the whitewashed town of Moulay Idriss. Holding the mausoleum of Idris I, Morocco's main Islamic leader, Moulay Idriss is considered the holiest city in Morocco. The Sentissi Mosque here, built in 1939, has the only cylindrical minaret in Morocco and is covered by green tiles. After lunch, head to the Meknes. Though not as famous as other imperial cities, Meknes has its own charm and beauty. Spend time exploring its ancient medina before taking a private transfer back to Fez.

Day 5: Fez – Erfoud

Continue your journey to the south towards Erfoud. Along the way, you will climb up and over the Col du Zad pass (2,178 m), through the cedar forests of the Middle Atlas Mountains, and see many Berber villages made up of traditional mud-brick buildings. Enjoy lunch in Midelt.

Afterward, pass over the Tizi n'Talremt pass and travel into the Ziz Valley, known for its hidden oases and palm tree clusters. Finally, reach Erfoud, an oasis town in the Sahara Desert, for the night.

Day 6: Explore the Sahara Desert with Camel Ride

Start your day in style and travel to the Sahara desert! This morning, you'll visit the hand-woven Berber tent of a camel. Or goat hair by the Saharan Nomads. Later join the ethnic Gnawa people in their traditional musical performance. In the afternoon, continue your journey to Erg Chebbi, a vast sea of dunes covering an area of 13.5 square miles (35 square km). Change a 4-wheel drive vehicle and go deep into the fascinating Sahara Desert. Upon reaching Merzouga, check in to your camp and then take a camel safari to watch the colorful display as the sun sets behind the colossal dunes. Try sandboarding before returning to your site for dinner and a campfire under the starry night sky.*If you prefer, a traditional Berber tent can be arranged in advance.

Day 7: Erg Chebbi - Tinerhir – Ouarzazate

Get up early to catch the sunrise on the dunes.  Later, you will take a private transfer to the Dades Gorge in the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, near the town of Tinerhir. On the way, you will also pass by the Todra Gorge. Enjoy your time for some photographs of the red cliffs with an average height of 400 meters, or talk a short walk at the end of the Todra Gorge to get an impressive view of the enormous rock walls. Afterward, continue on your journey to Quarzazate.

Day 8: Ouarzazate - Marrakech, Visit Ait Ben Haddou:

Set off for the Ksar of Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that you may see many times in famous movies like Gladiator, Game of Thrones, and Black Hawk Down. You can overlook the splendid valley surrounded by a river while walking along the path of the castle. After that, leave for Marrakech and enjoy some free time there.

Day 9: Marrakech City Highlights

In the lively and passionate city of Marrakesh, you will explore the magnificent historic buildings and have the chance to experience pure Morocco. Start your sightseeing tour of the city from the brilliant Bahia Palace at the Saadian graves. After lunch, visit of the mosque of Koutoubia and walk through its garden. Go ahead and visit the fabulous Jemaa el-Fnaa market.  The market becomes more beautiful and active when the sun goes down with various performances, activities, and stalls. Walk around the market to find some interesting souvenirs, or sit for a traditional mint tea and enjoy a relaxing time.

Day 10: A moment of relaxation in Marrakesh.

Much remains to be discovered in the Red City of Marrakesh. Today you will have enough time to explore it at your own pace. Drinking spice-infused cocktails at an underground bar, watching artisans at work, or dining at a rooftop restaurant high above the city's buzzing medina are good options.

Day 11: Marrakech - Casablanca, Departure

Take advantage of your leisure time before being picked up and escorted to Casablanca Airport (about 3 hours drive) for your return flight home.

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