6 Days Casablanca to Marrakesh
The “6 Days Casablanca to Marrakesh” tour takes you to some of the most interesting places in Morocco. Starting in Casablanca, visitors can see the Hassan II Mosque before going to Fes, where the UNESCO-listed Medina with its historic beauty and cultural wealth awaits.
The route could then go to Ifrane, which is known for its mountain buildings and would make a beautiful break. Next, the trip might take people to Merzouga, where they can ride camels into the Sahara Desert, see the tall dunes of Erg Chebbi, and maybe spend the night in a traditional desert camp.
As the tour goes on, it may include amazing views and a chance to visit the Berber towns in the Dades Valley, which is known for its beautiful scenery.
Visits to famous places like Djemaa el Fna Street, the Koutoubia Mosque, and the Bahia Palace in Marrakech, the last stop, will give you a mix of history and life.
It’s important to double-check the tour operator’s specifics and perks, like the lodging, food, and any extra activities that come with the deal.
Morocco Itinerary: 6 Days Casablanca to Marrakesh
Your trip starts today in Casablanca. Pick you from the airport, transfer to your Riad or hotel, Visit of the medina of Casablanca dinner, Hotel
After breakfast, we will visit the magnificent Hassan II Mosque and get to know the most emblematic points of the city. Later, we continue to Rabat, the administrative capital of the country, to make a short panoramic city tour by the exterior of the Royal Palace and its gardens, the Hassan Tower, and the Mausoleum of Mohamed V. We continue toward Meknes to visit the city that is linked to the name of Moulay Ismail, the great sultan of the dynasty Alouita. Visit the walled Medina, the gate Bab Mansour, and the plaza El Hedim. In the evening, we arrived in Fes. Dinner and overnight at the hotel
Today, after breakfast, you will have a sightseeing tour to explore the Royal City of Fès. Your morning will be spent visiting the medieval Medina (old city) with its ramparts and narrow streets, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. You will see the 16th-century Merinid Tomb Ruins. You will visit the Bouanania and the Attarine Medersas, constructed in the early 14th century by the Merinides, the Karaouine Mosque (the ancient educational centre of Islamic learning), and the Nejjarine Marble Fountain. You will have a break for lunch at a typical Moroccan restaurant. Continuing on your visit, you will view the decorated gate of Bab Boujeloud, the medieval tanneries, and the Royal Palace. Then visit the Souks (local markets), where merchants and craftsmen sell their hand-made jewellery, leather goods, copperware, and pottery. Dinner and accommodation at a hotel
After breakfast, we depart for Midelt and were questioned about track Azrou. Later, we arrive at the forest of cedars. Mandatory stop to see the monkeys in freedom. Also, we will visit Ifrane (called the Moroccan Switzerland). We now continue toward Merzouga, passing through the Ziz valley and Erfoud. In the afternoon, we take the camels and depart on a tour of the dunes for the night in the middle of the dunes under a Haima nomadic.
Lifted Up early to see the beautiful sunrise and up to the dunes, then mount the camels back hostel, where you will make the breakfast, and continue to the gorges via Rissani, where you will have to clap a bit to visit its traditional souk, considered to be the largest in the whole of southern Morocco. We will continue toward the valley of the roses, the oases of Skoura. Arrival to Ouarzazate and accommodation in the hotel.
After breakfast, departure for the visit of the city of Ouarzazate: Kasbah of Taourirt; movie studios; the Kasbah of Aït Ben Haddou. Afterwards, we passed by the people of Merzgane and the people of Tadart and had lunch at the site. We continue to Marrakech by the asphalted path going through the port of Tizi-n-Tichka. At the end of the day, we arrive in the great city of Marrakech.
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