This Morocco Desert Tour from Casablanca combines the majestic and magical Sahara Desert with the four Imperial cities.
The first stop on this 10-Days Tour is Casablanca where you will visit Hassan II Mosque, the second largest mosque in Africa. The next stop is Rabat the capital of Morocco and the Roman ruins of Volubilis.
Experience Morocco’s imperial cities on this 10-day tour, including Casablanca, Rabat, Fes, and Marrakech. This trip allows you to soak up the exotic colors and traditions of the country.
Start in Casablanca with a visit to the magnificent Hassan II mosque, one of Africa’s largest and most beautiful mosques with exquisitely handcrafted tiling. From here, explore the capital city of Rabat, where you can wander the medina and luxuriate in the comfort of a riad or hotel.
Next, journey to the Imperial Cities of Meknes and Volubilis before driving south through the High Atlas Mountains to Merzouga. Then take a dromedary ride at sunset and enjoy your overnight stay in a luxury desert camp.
Explore Morocco’s best Imperial cities and sand dunes on this 10-day adventure that takes you to Rabat, Fes, Meknes and Marrakech. Along the way, experience ancient Moroccan medinas, ride a camel over shifting sands and cross high rocky peaks of the Atlas Mountains.
Start your tour in Casablanca with a tour of Hassan II Mosque (not possible on Fridays or religious holidays). This huge mosque has hand-carved ceilings and marble floors, Venetian stained glass windows, and is capable of holding more than 80,000 worshippers.
The imperial cities of Rabat and Meknes in Morocco are well known for their ancient monuments and architectural wonders. Our Meknes tour visits the beautiful gate Bab Mansour, which is famous for its arches and mosaic tiling.
Meknes is also the city of the Royal Stables, a vast granary that held 20,000 horses during Roman rule. Then it’s off to Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site with an excavated ancient Roman town.
From there you journey to Fez, with time for a walking tour of Fes’ medina, the Royal Palace, leather tanneries and the Kasbah. From here you take a day trip to the desert of Merzouga, riding a camel over red dunes and spending the night in a luxury desert camp.
From Casablanca to Rabat, Meknes and Marrakech this trip lets you explore Morocco’s imperial cities. Wander medieval medinas, sleep under the stars in a desert camp and go camel trekking.
Start your tour in the medieval medina of Fes, one of Morocco’s oldest and largest. It’s a labyrinth of more than 9000 alleyways that are home to some of the city’s most unique sights.
After your visit to the city’s medina, head to a tannery and watch locals working on leather products. You’ll also be able to see Moulay Idriss’ tomb and Al-Qarawiyyin University, the world’s first university dating from the 9th century.
During this 10 Days Desert Tour To Imperial Cities from Casablanca, you’ll get to see some of the most beautiful sights in Morocco. This trip takes you to the imperial cities of Rabat, Meknes, Fes, and Marrakech, as well as several days in the Sahara.
In Marrakech, you’ll visit the Koutoubia Minaret; the historic royal necropolis of Saadian Tombs; and the 19th-century Bahia Palace (which means “brilliance”). You’ll also stop at Jamaa El Fna, the marketplace square.
In the afternoon, you’ll have a guided tour of the medina. Your guide will help you explore the city’s vibrant souks and narrow alleyways, as well as the historic Majorelle gardens.
Enjoy our 10 Days Desert Tour To Imperial Cities from Casablanca, visiting the best imperial cities of Morocco including Chefchaouen & Fez & exploring the Sahara desert with a camel trekking excursion. You’ll also visit Essaouira, a “wind city” that attracts surfers from around the world.
Day 6: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Valley
You’ll get up early in the morning to watch a spectacular sunrise over the dunes of Erg Chebbi. Afterwards, you’ll mount your camel and head to your desert camp where you’ll have dinner and spend the night under a starry sky.
The next day we’ll head to Rissani, Tinghir and Todra gorges, the highest and narrowest gorges of Morocco. We’ll then drive through the Dades Valley, which is known for its majestic sand castles and rock formations called “monkey toes”.