Overview of 6 Days Tour from Marrakech to Casablanca
In this Marrakech to Casablanca tour 6 days, you’ll Discover a millenary culture with a great artistic heritage of Ait Benhaddou. Get to know the most important tourist cities such as Ouarzazate, Boumaln Dades, and Todra Gorge. Take knowledge of the Sahara Desert in southern Morocco in this 6 Days Tour from Marrakech and ride camels across the Sahara alongside Berber camels and sleep in starlit tents nestled among golden sand dunes Get to know the most important imperial cities in Morocco: discover the fascinating old Medina of Fes with a local guide, and its Famous trading, explore Casablanca and its the biggest Mosque in Africa which called the Hassan 2 Mosque, Its located in the Side of the Atlantic Coast. Don’t hesitate to Book your 6 Days from Marrakech to Casablanca tour
6 Days from Marrakech to Casablanca Tour Info
+ Duration: 6 Days & 5 nights
+ Departure: 08:00 am
+ Starting Location: Marrakech
+ Ending Location: Casablanca
6 Days Tour from Marrakech to Casablanca Highlights
+ Cross the High Atlas Mountains and its Tizi Ntichka pass
+ Visit the UNESCO world heritage site of Ait Ben Hadou
+ Drive to Dades Gorges
+ Visit The Todgha Gorges and drive across Erfoud To Desert
+ Ride a camel in Merzouga while assisting to a dramatic sunset
+ Sleep under the stars in Erg Chebbi Sahara camp
+ drive through the Ziz valley To Fes
+ the visiting of Fes
+ Visit Casablanca/ Hassan 2 Mosque
Itinerary 6 Days from Marrakech to Casablanca tour
Day 1: Marrakesh - Ait benhaddou - Ouarzazate - roses valley - Boumaln dades
We’ll start our first day of 6 Days tour from Marrakech to Casablanca to Boumalnd Dades where we’ll spend a night. After breakfast we’ll leave Marrakesh at 8:00 am through Atlas mountains with its landscape and a panoramic view then we’ll arrive at Ait ben Haddou Kasbah we’ll visit these amazing kasbah with its structure and cultures, we’ll know much information about it.
After all this time we’ll have lunch at the restaurant and relax for a few time then we’ll leave it to Ouarzazate city which is famous with its studios, and a big history about these studios with its movies who were filmed by famous actors, after visiting we’ll continue our way to Boumaln Dades via roses valley with its landscape and its roses also, then we’ll arrive at the hotel/riad where we’ll spend a night.
Day 2: boumaln dades - Tinghir - Erfoud- sahara desert Erg chebbi.
In the morning when you finish breakfast time, we’ll start our second Day of Marrakech to Casablanca 6 Days Tour by leaving Boumalne Dades to the Sahara desert Erg Chebbi via Tinghir city, we’ll visit Todra gorge in Tinghir, this place is located between to big mountains and water is in the middle, we’ll see where does water come from and also where does going, also in Tinghir there are about 30 of palm groves near the valley of Todra.
When we finish our visit we’ll go out of this city then arrive at a small city where we’ll take lunch and relax, in a traditional restaurant where a lot of tourism are taking their lunch when lunchtime finishes we have to leave this city to Erfoud because we should arrive early to the camel’s place who waiting for us with their guide, you’ll ride the camel via small dunes to the camp but in the way, you’ll take a rest to see the sunset and also if you want to take pictures then you’ll continue your way to the camp, there at the camp they waiting for you to welcome you for the best, you’ll take your tents and relax, also after dinner you enjoy time with them and with Berber music – fire- a sky full of stars, you’ll spend a great night.
Day 3: Merzouga village - Hassi labied.
After the sunrise and the breakfast we’ll start our 3rd day through around desert we’ll see the nomads people and where they live and how they live their life and also why they choose to be behind Sahara desert, we have to visit the small village of black people while they will play Gnawa music for us and their cultures/traditionals, then from there, we’ll go to the small lake of all these villages, when we finish we have to take lunch at the restaurant in Merzouga center and taking a little walk alone then we’ll go to the hotel where you’ll spend a night.
Day 4: Hassi labied - Midelt - Azrou - Ifran -Fes.
When you wake up in the morning you’ll take breakfast then we’ll continue our Fourth Day of 6 Days from Marrakech to Casablanca tour via Draa Valley to Errachidia and Fes, we’ll stop for a few moments in the panoramic of Draa valley to take rest and some pictures, from there we’ll continue our way via Atlas mountains then Zaabel tunnel, it exists between Errachidia and Midalet, then our way to Midalet where we’ll take our lunch, and also we’ll know about this city.
When our lunchtime finishes we have to continue our way to Azrou forest, It’s a big forest in Azrou city where monkeys live, those monkeys are living in peace without judging side anyone they are monkeys wild. after we visit that, we continue our way to Ifran, It’s the cleanest city in Morocco also they are a big university where Moroccon people and foreign people are studying at this university because in the past they learn only English and people from abroad came to study here, also we’ll visit a lion of stones, Ifran it’s an important city in Morocco, and it’s the last city to Fes.
After 40 min like that or 50 min we’ll leave Ifrane to Fes, we’ll arrive at noon at the hotel/riad, you’ll take rest then relax, in the morning we’ll meet again for the second after last day in our tour, it’s the visiting of Fes.
Day 5: Visiting of Fes.
In the morning after breakfast, we’ll meet in the same place where we have dropped you, then we’ll meet with our guide of Fes, we’ll visit all Fes and knowing its traditional and trading and industry/cultures. Our visit will take 3 hours or 4 hours, we’ll finish at noon then we’ll go back to the hotel/riad.
Day 6: Fes to Casablanca.
In the morning we’ll start the last day from Fes to Casablanca, then we have to take the fastest route, for 4 hours like that then we have to visit The Hassan 2 Mosque, it’s the biggest Mosque in Africa and the third one in the Arab world, you’ll have 1h and 30min of visiting, then we’ll take lunch while we finish our lunchtime we’ll go to the hotel where you’ll spend your good night and the last night in our tour and it’s finished here, I wish you the best travel and I wish also to like our tour together 6 Days Tour from Marrakech to Casablanca.
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6 Days from Marrakech to Casablanca Tour Reviews
LUIS G wrote a review ( April 2019 )
Perfect 6 Days Tour in Morocco from Marrakech
Before coming, in fact, I wasn’t sure it was going to be a good trip. But everything turned out perfectly. The Sahara is beautiful, the weather is fantastic and our driver Hassan is very friendly. I will never forget this memory and thank the Marrakech Tours Company for organizing this desert tour for us!
Daniel wrote a review ( April 2019 )
Tour in Morocco of 6 Days Tour from Marrakech
These 6 days Morocco tour itinerary exceeded our highest expectations. We booked a shared student tour, but had a private driver “Hassan”, with a really comfortable Toyota 4×4. Hassan was fantastic, he told us everything about the environment, the people, and the traditions, and was able to answer all of our questions. We felt really comfortable and safe with Hassan, showing us around and was always honest. The desert was beautiful and we had plenty of time to take photos, hike to the best places, ride camels and watch the sunset. It was my friend’s best 6 days. We will never forget it !! The stays, the food, the people, and the itinerary were amazing. We recommend this tour to everyone!
Angela H wrote a review ( April 2019 )
Perfect 6 days Tour in Morocco Itinerary from Marrakech
My husband and I took a 6 Days tour from Marrakech to Casablanca via Merzouga and could not be more pleased with the service. Working with Marrakech Tour Company was very easy. Hassan, who I corresponded with, was extremely responsive and helpful throughout the planning process, letting us know what to expect. Everything was coordinated and planned on our behalf. Our driver, Hassan, was knowledgeable and wonderful to chat with us on our long journeys. He was also very punctual and professional! Also, I highly recommend going for the luxury option as we did; The rooms were gorgeous and some of the nicest places we’ve stayed in, and the food during our stays was lovely and well worth the upgrade. These 6 Days in Morocco Tour from Marrakech and the stay in the Sahara, in particular, were without a doubt the most memorable part of our stay in Morocco. Highly recommended!
Places to see in Your 6 Days from Marrakech to Casablanca tour
It is a mountain pass in Morocco, connecting southeast Marrakech Safi to Warzazat through the Grand Atlas Mountains.
It is located above the great plains of Marrakech and is a gateway to the desert.
From November until March, snow can often fall on a pass, but it can be warm all year round in the strong sun.
It is up to 2,260 meters (7,415 feet) above sea level and is the highest major mountain corridor in North Africa.
the Palace of Ait Benhaddou
Our 6 Days Tour from Marrakech to Casablanca will take you to discover the palace of Ait Benhaddou, it is a kind of traditional dwelling in the desert and is a collection of clay buildings surrounded by fences. Houses gather within these defensive fences reinforced by supportive towers. Ait Benhaddou Palace, located in the Ouarzazate region, is evidence of the architecture of southern Morocco.
The city of Ouarzazate
Ouarzazate is relatively small (~ 60,000 apartments) and for Morocco, a quiet town, built mainly along the main road – Mohammed F Warzat is 1135 meters high. Its name derives from the Amazigh expression “without noise” or “without confusion”. In the past, Warzazat was a crossroads for African traders seeking access to cities in northern Morocco and Europe. During the French period, Ouarzazate developed considerably as a garrison city and administrative center. this city is the largest one in the Moroccan Sahara desert
As the local saying goes, the wind has a son who lives in Boumalne, which it rips down to visit it in winter. Sitting in the shadow of the rain in the central atlas, Dades Gorge presents an exciting landscape: ancient mountains with a red and rusty purple color stripped back to the tortuous layers and sinuous rock formations. The current of water flows in the spring in the valley, where irrigation channels lead them into wheat fields and orchards of figs, almond trees, and olive trees. A series of ruins and palaces (fortified villages) line the valley in the Berber villages of Ait Yul, Aite al-Arabi, Aet Udinar, Aet Ovie, and Aet Tukhsin.
Life in Merzouga revolves around the nearby desert, and the most authentic way to experience it is on the back of a camel. Many operators offer the opportunity to participate in beauty safaris on the dunes. Many of these tours include overnight stays in a desert camp, or in a traditional barbarian village. The first presents a unique love story of a night under a canvas under the desert stars. While the latter allows you to enjoy unique barbaric cuisine, music, and culture. Trips vary greatly in cost and convenience, so make sure you buy before you decide on the best option for you.
The Ziz Valley
The Ziz Valley is a river in the southern Kingdom of Morocco. Its source is found in the mountains of the Mediterranean Atlas in Morocco and is located in the Sahara desert. Important cities on the River Ziz include Errashidiya, Erfoud, and Sijilmasa.
This 6 Days from Marrakech Desert Tour to Casablanca will take you to discover the Cedar forest, It is the most popular place in the city and where tourist activity is concentrated in the area. This forest is a living reflection of past centuries, and until a few years ago it was there that the famous Gouraud Great Cedar, the largest thousand-year rice in the region, stood.
In this jungle, you can find souvenir shops, gifts, and market stalls known as peanuts. The reason for these places is the hundreds of Gibraltar monkeys living in this region. Tourists don’t spend much time playing with them and giving them peanuts as a reward.
Although very small, it is a great place to learn if you are traveling to other parts of Morocco like Fez and want to rest and see other places. Please enjoy the offer of Day Trips from Fes where you can learn about Azrou and other areas.
The rice forest with its exotic inhabitants is a place that children adore, which makes it a good option to travel with the family and get to know the most traditional and millenary corners of Morocco.
As Swiss Morocco names it, it is one of Morocco’s tourist attractions, situated between the ancient cities of Fez and Meknes. At the same time, it is predominantly spectacular in its parks, forests, waterfalls, and snowy mountains, overshadowing its traditional homes and luxury hotels.
Fes is the medieval capital of Morocco and a large city of high Islamic civilization. Fes has the best preserved ancient city in the Arab world, the vast and labyrinthine medina of Fes el-Bali, which is also the largest car-free urban area in the world. The transport of goods is ensured by donkeys, cars, and motorcycles.
Fes is a city in Morocco famous for being home to the oldest university in the world (Qarawiyyin University), dating back to 859, and the oldest library in the world in operation, dating back to 1359. It has an ancient fortified city classified as a World Heritage Site, which many compare to the fortified city of Jerusalem.
Morocco’s largest city and economic capital, and Africa’s third most populated city after Lagos and Cairo, was once known as Anfa until the Portuguese named it Casa Branca after they found a white house in the 16th century, and the Spanish named it after Casa Blanca. Moroccans called it “Casa”, whose architecture reflects Arab and Islamic civilization and the effects of contemporary engineering.
Casablanca is located on the Atlantic coast of the lower Shawiya region 95 kilometers from the capital Rabat, strategically located amid the industrial production line between Kenitra and the yellow shelf south, and its climate is moderate by its location and marine effects and extends 60 kilometers deep inward.
6 Days Tour from Marrakech to Casablanca's FAQ
How can I spend 6 Days in Morocco Itinerary tour from Marrakech?
Day 1: Drive from Marrakech to Dades Valley via the road of thousands of kasbah including the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah Taourirt and the valleys.
Day 2: Get up Early then drive to the Sahara Desert of Merzouga.
Day 3: Do an activity around the desert
Day 4: Merzouga Desert to Fes via Cedar forest.
Day 5: Explore the ancient city of Fes
Day 6: Go back to Casablanca from Fes
What is the best city to visit in Morocco?
the best two Imperial cities in Morocco are Marrakech and Casablanca, also Rabat is the capital of Morocco but it has a lot to provide for its tourists, such as the Hassan Tower, Medina, Souks.
How far is Merzouga Desert from Marrakech?
is Merzouga Sahara desert worth of visit?
The Sahara Desert is one of the most spectacular locations in the whole world. Here, you can relax and breathe from your deep, and try the dunes, also you can do some activities such as Camel riding, staying overnight at Desert Camp, and Driving quads on the high dunes, Merzouga has a lot to give for its visitors.
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