6 Days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech

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6 days tour from Casablanca to Merzouga desert Overview:

on this 6 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech you will Discover a millenary culture with a great artistic heritage. Get to know the most important imperial cities in Morocco: explore Marrakech, its gardens, and its crazy street markets, discover the fascinating old Medina of Fez with a local guide, and visit Chefchaouen, Fes, and Casablanca. Ride camels across the Sahara alongside Berber cameleers and sleep in starlit tents nestled among golden sand dunes and enjoy Berber music, get to know their cultures, and visit the Ziz valley with Todra gorge and the roses valley. visit the old Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou of Unesco world heritage.

6 Days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech's Info:

+ Duration: 6 Days & 5 nights
+ Departure: 08:00 am
+ Starting Location: Casablanca
+ Ending Location: Marrakech

6 Days tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Merzouga Desert's Highlights:

+ Drive through Rif Mountains to Chefchaouen
+ Discover the blue city of Chefchaouen
+ Visit Fes and get to know its culture
+ Drive through the middle Atlas Mountains to the Merzouga desert
+ Ride a camel in Merzouga while assisting to a dramatic sunset
+ Sleep under the stars in Erg Chebbi Sahara camp
+ Explore Todra Gorges with Dades Valley
+ Visit the Unesco world heritage of Ait Ben Haddou
+ Drive through the Atlas mountains and get to know small Berber villages

Itinerary for 6 Days in Morocco from Casablanca:

Day 1: casablanca city to chefchaouen city (blue city).

Our 6 days tour from Casablanca to Merzouga Desert starts from Casablanca after we meet each other, we’ll pick you up from a different hotel in Casablanca and our way to the Rif mountains that contain landscapes, When we arrive in Chefchaouen city Firstly: we’ll take knowledge of this city, Chefchaouen is a city north of Morocco, the original name is Chaouen called by Amazigh people, much houses in this city are painted with blue color, why this city was painted with blue color? means to keep mosquitoes away, there are many restaurants with cafes, you’ll take good photos that you’ll never find in other cities, you’ll enjoy the time, and spend a night in a local raid/hotel.

Day 2: Chefchaouen (chaouen) city.

After breakfast in a few free time, if you want to purchase something in a souvenirs shop, from there, when lunchtime comes you will take it to a restaurant or hotel you can have a suggestion, in the afternoon we’ll walk through the color of the blue walls, we’ll see some traditional/culture and some variety handicrafts. Spend a night in a hotel.

Day 3: Chefchaouen to Fes city.

you’ll wake up at 7: 00 in the morning and the breakfast will be at 8: 30, after that we’ll leave Chefchaouen through the Rif mountains to Fes (northeastern Morocco ) in Our 6 Days tour from Casablanca.
 often referred to as the country’s cultural capital. It’s primarily known for its Fes El Bali walled medina, with medieval Marinid architecture, vibrant souks, and an old-world atmosphere. we’ll know more about that city. we will visit a Volubilis is exists between Chefchaouen and Fes. that city is a partly excavated Berber city in Morocco situated near the city of Meknes and commonly considered as the ancient capital of the kingdom of Mauretania. When we arrive at Fes actually will take a break in Hotel/Riad, in the afternoon you have free time only if you want to take a small tour around Fes, we’ll spend a night in that city.

Day 4: fes to Merzouga (Erg chebbi ) desert.

In the morning after wake actually, after the breakfast, we will leave Fes city through Imouzzer to Ifran where you can find snow in the winter but in summer it’s a little cold, then we’ll arrive in Azrou forest where you have a chance to take some pictures with wild monkeys, we have lunch in a small Berber restaurant in Zaida city, after the finish we’ll continue our way through landscapes of the Atlas mountains to Midelt city. here, we’ll take a break in a small Berber cafe, after that we’ll continue the way via Erfoud to Merzouga village, the largest sand desert in Morocco that exists in Erg Chebbi. You’ll take a camel ride inside the sand, you’ll see the sunset by taking many pictures on the way to the camp will spend a night there, there is Berber music near the fire, looking at the stars, you can relax, the place is so quiet.

Day 5: Merzouga -Rissani - Tinghir - Boumalne dades.

After taking breakfast, we will start Our day Five of 6 days tour from Casablanca by leaving the place through Rissani,(it’s located near Erfoud, that city is famous for its dates and souks where the people come to shopping, and has big souks in Morocco you can find everything that you will never find in other souks in Morocco), then next is Tinghir, we’ll visit the best place in this town with its landscape and Tinghir Gorge pass to Boumalne dades،that’s city means a town in Tinghir Province, Drâa-Tafilalet, Morocco. According to the 2014 census, Located at the edge of a desert plateau, at the outlet of the upper Dadès Valley, we’ll spend the night here in a hotel/riad.

Day 6: Boumaln dades - Ouarzazate - Ait benhaddou - Tizi ntichka - Marrakech.

In the morning exactly after breakfast, we’ll leave the place for Marrakesh, this day is the last of our tour, where we’ll discover some areas that are so beautiful, their names are (Ait ben Haddou & Tizi Ntichka). We’ll start our travel to Ouarzazat, and visit studios, then we have lunch at the restaurant in Ait ben Haddou.

What means’s Ait ben Haddou?
Ait ben Haddou palace is a collection of traditional buildings located in Ouarzazate, This palace, with its distinctive architecture, is considered a model of a traditional residence in southern Moroccan. where many movies are filmed here in that small village including (the mummy in 1999-The Gladiator in 2000-alexander in 2004-Game of thrones in 2011).

After we knew that’s Kasbah we’ll visit it and take some photographs, and see the traditional cultures of that Kasbah. a few moments later exactly after lunch, we continue the way through Tizi Ntichka within the Atlas mountains, about 100 km of zigzags in length then we’ll enter Marrakesh city, means(the red city) Marrakech, the former imperial city in western Morocco, is a major economic center and home to mosques, palaces, and gardens.

when there’s a big yard means, (Jamaa El Fna), there are many people who practice many games (art-play with snakes and monkeys-some people present the tricks to the visitors ). In the afternoon you have free time if you wanna walk to explore Marrakesh and purchase something take a coffee to enjoy time .this is the end of our tours I wish you guys will like it, and I wish you to spend a great time in your life that unforgettable. the end of our 6 Days tour from Casablanca via Merzouga to Marrakech.

6 days tour from Casablanca
6 Days Tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
6 Days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
day trip from Marrakech to Ouarzazate and Ait Ben Haddou

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Morocco Tour in 6 Days from Casablanca Reviews:

5/5

Richard D wrote a review (June 2022)
6 days tour from Casablanca via Merzouga desert to Marrakech

We booked this trip because we also wanted the desert and the Atlas Mountains. It is the only tour company I have offered with a destination in Fez, and we will definitely book it again. Communication was easy and they always responded quickly, our driver was told he was a very experienced and friendly driver. We always felt safe with him, he was reliable and always on time, for example when we were with Sarah. The Toyota Landrover was in perfect condition and very clean.
The tour was exactly as shown on the site, and the stay went throughout the trip with exceptional hospitality.

5/5

Morris J wrote a review ( June 2020 )
Amazing private 6 Days 5 nights trip from Casablanca to Marrakech

We chose a 6 days tour from Casablanca with pick up in Casablanca and drop off in Marrakech. It was truly something we will never forget! Every day on the road was special in its own way and the rooms every night were unique, comfortable, and clean. We decided to spend the money and take a luxury private tour and it was well worth it. The desert camp was much better than expected and a lot of fun with amazing views of the sunset and the stars at night.

We were able to set our own itinerary with the help of our driver to maximize the experience and value of each day. We stopped at popular attractions and also did a lot of things off the beaten track, away from the tourist crowds. Our driver Hassan was amazing! His attention to our needs was evident from the moment he picked us up until we said goodbye 6 days later in Casablanca. He is a true gentleman with a deep knowledge of the history, geography, and people of Morocco.

He was our driver, interpreter, teacher, and our friend. At each place, we stopped, made new friends, and saw beautiful scenery and people. There was good food and music every day and the time in the car was fun and comfortable. We had the opportunity to travel the world and do many things and it was the trip of a lifetime!

We would definitely recommend the Marrakech Tour Company to friends and we are already planning to return to explore the coast next year with MTC. Many thanks to Hassan, Said, and Ahmed for making our trip to Morocco unforgettable.

5/5

Doris E wrote a review ( June 2020 )
The best 6 days desert tour from Casablanca to Marrakech

He moved into this company after a few hours of searching the Internet. To book, I went to his website and made a request. From there I received an email from Hassan with travel details and a link to pay a deposit. After paying the deposit, be sure to reply to the email to confirm your trip details, such as the riads where it must be collected and left.

Our guide, Said, responded on WhatsApp and immediately took us on the first morning to start the trip.

I can’t stress enough that my sister and I enjoyed having a private guide drive us across Morocco. Said seemed to have an answer to all our questions, however ridiculous. She was also very flexible and never insisted that we buy things.
There was definitely a lot of driving during this race, but you can’t avoid it and Said did a good job sweeping the stops with some excellent photo opportunities where he could stretch his legs a bit.

The highlight of the trip was undoubtedly the camel ride in the Sahara. The camel ride was fun and watching the sunset/walking on the dunes was a fantastic experience.

In the end, if you want to book a visit to Morocco, paying extra money and booking a private (or even shared) tour with a dedicated guide is crucial. You feel very safe and it is much more relaxing with someone you trust who takes care of the transport from one place to another.

Also a professional tip: if you come in January, the desert field can be quite cold.

Places to see on your 6 Days tour from Casablanca:

Casablanca City

Casablanca is a Moroccan city, popularly known as the largest city in the Kingdom of Morocco and the third largest city in Africa after Lagos and Cairo, It had a population of 3359818 in 2014. Casablanca is the economic capital and the commercial and industrial center of Morocco; The city includes 60% of the enterprises and factories of Morocco, which diversify between cars, aviation, electronics, and other industries. The City Exchange ranks third after Johannesburg and Cairo.

Chefchaouen Blue pearl

The blue pearl of Morocco is an enchanting destination that will thrill fans of history, hiking, food, and shopping. Impossible not to love Chefchaouen!

Chefchaouen is adorable. period. Everyone loves it: even those who came here fearing to find a hyper-touristy and overrated city, much less interesting than his fame does not make you believe, ended up falling madly in love.

Fez Morocco

In the northern part of Morocco, nestled in a fertile valley in the hills of the Maghreb, 350 meters above sea level, the imperial city of Fez is a veritable bastion of the country’s culture and identity. Upon entering Fez (or Fez), you will have the feeling of diving into the past and breathing medieval air: your senses will be lost among beautiful landscapes, special sounds, rich aromas, and many colors.

Liitle Switzerland of Morocco ( Ifrane )

Ifrane, the city of the Moroccan Middle Atlas, is characterized by its European urbanism. Located in the mountains of the Middle Atlas, it is an oasis of excellent freshness and vegetation: lakes, fountains, the change of decoration is total, surprising and regenerating for landscape lovers.

You will feel the freshness as soon as you arrive in Ifrane. Fountains and lakes abound in this region in the heart of a forest of cedars. The chalets with an inclined roof evoke Switzerland surprisingly.

Azrou Cedar forest

This tree is called “The Gouraud Cedar”. The Cedar Gouraud died in 2003 probably following earthworks near its roots. It has been kept standing where it is still visible. It was reputed to be the largest cedar in Morocco, but it is very likely that other similar cedars remain to be discovered in the Middle Atlas.
The circumference measurements were taken the dead tree, devoid of bark. If we consider an average bark rate of about 10%, its circumference before its death was about 8.30m to 8.40m on bark.

Oasis of The Ziz valley

In the south of Morocco, the Ziz Valley is one of the most beautiful oasis valleys to visit in the south of Morocco. The Ziz Valley is fed by the Ziz Valley, which has dug its bed with force into the folds of the Atlas, forming impressive cliffs to pour into one of the largest palm trees in the world. Here the water is a source of beauty, it splashes the way into the desert.

Gate of the Sahara desert ( Erfoud )

Erfoud is a large city located about 20 km from Rissani. Its past as a garrison city makes it a city with streets too wide and too straight. Once the starting point for the dunes of the Erg Chebbi (until the construction of a new road), the city is somewhat abandoned but there are some of the best tables (it houses a hotel school).

Merzouga Sahara Desert

Merzouga is located in eastern Morocco, close to the border with Algeria (about fifty kilometers away). It’s actually a small Moroccan village.
Merzouga has located 350 km from Ouarzazate, 200 km from Tinghir, and 650 km from Marrakech. Or 470 km south of Fez, which isn’t close…

Rissani Souk

Located only 20km from Erfoud, the city of Rissani offers a unique experience, combining travel in time and immersion in one of the most authentic souks of Morocco.
The Souk is particularly lively on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. Very large, it is divided into several sectors, called Rahbas, meaning squares. The merchants spread a wide range of local and imported products to meet the daily needs of the inhabitants of the entire region.

Todgha Valley

Discover the Todgha valley, an exceptional setting to venture off the beaten track! On a walk in the heart of this immense oasis, you will encounter breathtaking landscapes of canyons and green gorges. Located about fifty kilometers from the Dades gorges, the valley unfolds between the High Atlas in the north and the djebel Saghro in the south. It has preserved many Ksours and kasbahs, which extend along the wadi, in the middle of date palms and herds of sheep and goats, the only riches of the inhabitants.

Valley of Dades

The Dades gorge valley, 25 km long, is one of the most interesting in southern Morocco. It is located between Boumalne and Imdiazen. The landscapes are splendid, the houses merge with the rock and the wadi Dades takes place slowly from the high limestone plateaus. Do not miss the sunset hour: the gorges of Dades testify to all their magic.

Hollywood of Morocco ( Ouarzazate )

Founded in 1928, the wonderful city of Ouarzazate is the ideal destination for dream expeditions to Africa and more precisely to Morocco. Located 200 km south of Marrakech at the foot of the Atlas, this flamboyant city is the capital of the province of the same name. Ouarzazate in Amazigh means without noise and it reflects the image of a quiet city when you go there. It became a cinematographic commune in 1984 and enjoys great world fame. There are many artists’ studios set up to take advantage of the climatic, geographical, and economic conditions ideal for their profession. Do not miss participating in this exceptional atmosphere!

Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou

Aït Ben Haddou is a small town in Morocco. The history of Aït Ben Haddou dates back to the supremacy of the Aït Aissa clan. The army of Youssouf Ibn Tachfin, Berber king of the Almoravid dynasty, coming from the Sahara to Marrakech, invades the region and names the Aït-ben-Haddou clan. This region then became a strategic place and an obligatory passage for caravans taking the passes of Tizi Telouet and Tizi Tichka. The clan of Aït Aissa then kept an influence on the ksar. In 1956, the population preferred to settle on the right bank of the wadi Melah, thus deserting the abandoned ksar. Fortunately thanks to tourism and cinema Aït ben Haddou resurrected.

The red City ( Marrakech )

Marrakech is the main tourist destination in Morocco. The pearl of the south is very popular and for good reason: it is located between the sea and the mountains and combines Moroccan traditions and modernity to satisfy all visitors. If you want to relax with a beauty or party treatment, find your happiness in Marrakech

6 Days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech's FAQ:

What are the advantages of Casablanca?

Although the majority of its population is Muslim, the city has other places of worship that reflect religious diversity. The Catholic Church can be visited by the sacred heart built in 1930 and silenced by the famous engineer Paul Tornon. There is also the Bethel Synagogue, the city’s largest sacred place for Jews, as well as the Jewish Museum, the largest museum of its kind in the Arab region.

How to get from Casablanca to Marrakech?

The best way to get from Casablanca to Marrakech is by train, which lasts 2h 28m and costs MAD 90 – MAD 170. Otherwise, you can bus, which costs MAD 100 – MAD 160 and lasts 3h 15m, you can also fly, which costs MAD 750 – MAD 1,600 and lasts 2h 36m.

How far is Casablanca from Marrakech?

Casablanca – Marrakech Route

The Casa – Red City CTM bus ride takes an average of 3.5 hours for a distance of 244 km.

What is the weather like in Casablanca?

The climate is favorable all year round in Casablanca. The maximum temperature is on average 24°C over the year (19°C in January to 29°C in August) It rains 601mm over the year (5mm in July to 126mm in November) On average, the warmest months are July to October.

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