5 Days Tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Fes

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5 Days tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Fes

5 days tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Fes will let you know about an amazing experience. We will start this tour from Casablanca to Fes via the Merzouga desert. In Casablanca, we will visit the Hassan II Mosque, Corniche, and then we will go to Marrakech, where we will have a complete visit to this city with a local guide. And take the direction to Merzouga, through the High Atlas Mountains through Ouarzazate, visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Roses valley, the Dades valley, the Dades gorge, up to the Merzouga desert and camel trekking. Overnight in a Berber tent in the middle of the dunes, they head towards Fez passing Erfoud. Ziz Valley. Midelt. Azrou where we will explore the Forest of Cedars, Ifrane the Moroccan Switzerland, the mountains of the Middle Atlas, up to fez.

5 Days in Morocco tour from Casablanca to Fes Info:

+ Duration: 5 Days & 4nights
+ Departure: 08:00 am
+ Starting Location: Casablanca
+ Ending Location: Fes

5 Days Tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Fes Highlights:

+ Drive through the fastest route to Marrakech
+ Visit Marrakech and get to know its beautiful places
+ 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 the Desert
+ Ride a camel in Merzouga while assisting a dramatic sunset
+ Sleep under the stars in Erg Chebbi Sahara camp
+ Drive through the Ziz valley To Fes

Itinerary 5 Days in Morocco desert tour from Casablanca to Fes:

Day 1: Casablanca - Marrakech

After meeting at the place that we had agreed, we will start Our first day of 5 days tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Fes via Merzouga Desert by exploring some places in the city such as the largest Hassan II Mosque, the United Nations Palace, and the Corniche, then we will go to Marrakech, where you will have free time to walk around the town old. Accommodation in the hotel or Riad.

Day 2: Full day to visit Marrakech

The next morning we will visit the Menara garden, a pool surrounded by flower beds that function as an irrigation system for the surrounded fields. The sightseeing tour will cover several breathtaking sights: the Koutoubia Mosque, the Majorelle Gardens, the Bahia Palace, and the Dar Si Said Palace Jewelry Museum. Optional lunch in Madina followed by walking through the colorful souks in Madina. Enjoy a sunset drink overlooking the exciting Jamaa El Fenna Square from a café terrace, dinner, and overnight at the hotel.

Day 3: Marrakech - High Atlas Mountains - Ouarzazate - Dades Valley

On the morning of the third day of Our 5 days desert tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Fes, after breakfast, we will head southeast through the High Atlas through the Tizi-n-Tichka pass, with a long-range view from the mountains, heading towards the ancient Berber villages of the High Atlas. Then we will visit the UNESCO World Heritage site, and then we will have lunch in one of the restaurants in the Kasbahs. Then we will continue the tour to the Dades valley and spend the night at the Hotel or Riad.

Day 4: Dades Valley - Tinjdad - Merzouga Sahara Desert

After breakfast, we will head towards Erg Chebbi in Merzouga. Berber villages are distributed along the way. We will pass through the gorges of Todra, Tenghir, Tinjdad, Erfoud where we will feel the beginning of the Saharan oasis of Tafilalet. Then we continue driving to a hotel in Merzouga, after a few minutes rest, you will take part of your luggage in a small suitcase (just enough to spend the night in the desert) and leave the rest of the luggage at the hotel. Afterward, we will ride the camels on an adventure crossing the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. This is a golden opportunity to take great pictures of the sunset and sunrise. Once we arrive at the camp, we will walk to the highest sand dunes on foot to sandboard and watch the sunset. We will spend, or stay awake, the night in a camp of nomadic Berber tents with drum music in the middle of the Sahara.

Day 5: Merzouga - Erfoud - Ziz Valley - Cedar forest - Ifrane - Fez

Our team will get up early in the morning to enjoy the sunrise on the top of the Erg Chebbi desert dunes and you have your breakfast. After these joyous moments, you will return by camel to the hotel where you will find your driver waiting for you. We will leave for Errachidia through Erfoud, Aoufous, and the Ziz valley. Then we will make a stop to see the Aoufous oasis in the Tafilalte region. We will continue to Midelt through the TiziN’talghamt pass and have a lunch break. Immediately after lunch, you will be driven to Fez (the medieval city) through the cedar forest near Azrou and the Middle Atlas mountain with the possibility of seeing the Berber monkeys (monkeys). You can make a stop in Ifrane before reaching Fez. Leave in Fes. And do not forget to wish you a safe trip and some great moments that you will spend with us throughout your life. the end of 5 days tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Fes.

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5 Days tour in Morocco from Casablanca Reviews:

Fantastic 5-Day Morocco Tour from Casablanca via Merzouga to Fes

My girlfriend and I have been waiting for our holiday in Morocco for months, including the camel ride. Unfortunately, our vacation could not take place because of the corona pandemic. Unlike many other hotel or tour providers, Said was willing to immediately refund the amount of the advance already paid. This was when we were willing to make a small contribution to the difficult times for entrepreneurs like Said. Of course, we understand that it is difficult for tourist companies of our time to pay money, but entrepreneurs like Said are a good example of companies that have established a good brand and reimbursed consumers the money they are entitled to. Thank you very much for the good communication and hope to see you soon in Morocco!

Edward M. March 2022

Amazing 5 Days tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Fes

Our friends told us this tour was absolutely wonderful and one of their favorite experiences while studying abroad. Hassan did an amazing job emailing my group and keeping us informed at all times, and the prices were already very good for the trip. Our trip to Morocco was interrupted after we had already paid the deposit, due to COVID-19, and we had to be sent back to the United States. Hassan understood the situation well and returned our deposit to us in full. He responded immediately and was very friendly throughout the return process, it was effortless for me. We are very happy to have booked with him and when he returns I will make sure to book all my tours with him.

Homer K . April 2022

Perfect 5 Days in Morocco tour from Casablanca to Fes

We were going to spend a night with Hassan at the end of March 2020. Unfortunately for us, we were forced to cancel our trip to Morocco due to the Covid 19 epidemic.
The whole experience with Hassan, the communication when booking the trip, then canceling and refunding our deposit, was excellent. I’m sure these are very difficult times for Hassan due to the impact of the pandemic on tourism around the world, but I know that with this customer-centric approach, he will recover quickly as soon as the borders are crossed, and he will start to reopen. We will definitely reschedule the trip and Hassan will remain our choice for the camel ride. All the best Hassan, we hope to meet you soon!

Cynthia F. June 2022

Places to see on your 5 Days tour in Morocco from Casablanca to Fes

Casablanca city

Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and the economic and commercial capital. It is said that the visitor of the city finds in the markets and urbanization the similarity of many cities such as Damascus, Cairo, Baghdad, and Jerusalem, as well as the traditions of Spanish and Italian cafes.
Casablanca has about 5 million inhabitants. It is the third largest African city after Lagos and Cairo. The city quickly moved from a small port in the early 20th century to an economic, financial, tourist and cultural present.

The red city ( Marrakech )

Marrakech is called the Red City because of the color of its buildings. It is abundant in many historical monuments and is famous for its geometry that mimics Andalusian architecture. French colonialism has left its mark on many areas beyond its architectural art.
Marrakech is located south of central Morocco and is the third largest city in the Kingdom of Morocco in terms of population density. Founded in 1062 by Youssef bin Tashvin, the city played a political role in the history of Morocco. Marrakech encompasses numerous cultural and political events of the world, and its emblematic arena “Jammeh al-Fna” is declared a World Heritage Site.

Ait Benhaddou Kasbah

The palace is a kind of traditional house in the desert and is a collection of clay buildings surrounded by fences. The houses gather inside these defensive fences reinforced by support towers. The Palace Ait Benhaddou, located in the region of Warzazat, is an example of southern Moroccan architecture.

Ouarzazate ( Hollywood of Morocco )

Ouarzazate. About 200 km from Marrakech, a quiet town or a city of Moroccan cinema is located. Which are one of the most beautiful places and tourist places to visit in this beautiful country with many attractions and magnificent historical buildings, The visitor to Ouarzazate will not be very bored, but will leave in the hope of a new visit to discover more.

Boumalne Dades

The city of Boumalne Dades is a distinct tourist destination for many national and international tourists due to the region’s many varied qualifications that exemplify the tourist program and his tours through which he discovers the richness of the cultural, historical, natural, and human area.

Tinghir City

Tinghir is a Moroccan town located east of the country between the Great Atlas Mountains and the small Atlas Mountains. The city is known for the Toudgha gorge visited by tourists from various spots and its canyon.

Merzouga Desert

The desert of Merzouga is about 570 km from Marrakech. The vast majority of tourists who spend more than 5 or 6 days in Morocco go to this desert of red sand.

The Ziz Valley

The Ziz Valley is a river in the Kingdom of Morocco. Its source is located in the mountains of the Mediterranean Atlas of Morocco and is located in the Sahara Desert. Major cities on the Ziz River include Rashidiya, Erfoud, and Sijilmasa.

Cedar forest of Azrou

It is the most known place of the city and where the tourist activity of the region is concentrated. This forest is the living reflection of the passage of centuries and only a few years ago was the place where the famous Great Cedar Gouraud, the largest thousand-year cedar in the region, was located.

Ifrane city

The name “Ifrane” is of Amazigh origin and means the cave or cave. The way in which its name is written has had several fluctuations. At a certain point, Ifrane or Efran were written, Ifran or Efran, but in 1993 a ministerial decree was issued to give the city its current official name.
Ifrane is located amidst the mountains of the Mediterranean Atlas and its mountain climate stretched forests and multiple eyes.
It called the Switzerland of Morocco because of its houses.

Fes Morocco

A city of the world’s human heritage, with the largest civilizational sphere not covered by modern transport, the largest ancient city in the world, and the first university in the world. A city was taken by the capital of conquerors, inhabited by scholars and righteous people, intended by students of science and intellectuals, and described its beauty as poets and praisers. If he mentions science, it is his arena, if he mentions history, it is his building, if he mentions architecture and art, it is his inspiration, and if he mentions coexistence, it is his lap.

5 Days tour in Morocco from Casablanca FAQ:

Are 5 days enough in Morocco?

If you want a trip full of adventure and things to see, then the 5-day itineraries with three or four Moroccan cities are the best. That sounds like a lot, but if you plan ahead, it’s doable and worth it! Personally, this is the kind of itinerary I like to have in Morocco.

How many days are enough in Morocco?

The Ideal number of days that Morocco should see is at least 7 days to 10 days. At a calm pace, a week in the Moroccan desert and in the imperial cities is enough to see the highest points of the country. In two weeks you can combine hiking in the Atlas Mountains with leisure activities on the Atlantic coast

What is the best month to see Morocco?

The best time to visit Morocco is autumn (September-November) or the beginning of spring (March-April). The weather is warm but will avoid the extreme temperatures of scorching heat and cold nights. Whatever time of year you visit Morocco, Morocco has something special.

Can you do 4 days tour in Morocco?

During a short 4-day trip to Morocco, you will have to limit your exploration to the main region. Try the famous circuit in the cities of northern Morocco: Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes, Fes and Chefchaouen. If you travel from Spain by ferry, go from Tangier to Fes and spend a night in Chefchaouen along the way.

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