16 Days Grand Cultural Tour To Explore Morocco From Casablanca

Morocco ,Casablanca


Morocco is a fascinating country with a rich history and culture. The 16 Days Grand Cultural Tour to Explore Morocco sounds like a great opportunity to see many of the country's highlights, including the imperial cities, the Atlas Mountains, the coastal cities, and the Sahara desert. This tour would allow travelers to experience a wide range of Moroccan culture, from its ancient history to its modern-day traditions. It sounds like a great way to get a comprehensive understanding of the country and its people.


  • Explore the 4 imperial cities of Morocco: Marrakech, Meknes, Rabat & Fes
  • Explore the capital of Morocco (Rabat) and its cultural sights
  • Tour the ancient walled medina of Meknes and the beautiful gates
  • See the Roman ruins at Volubilis
  • Stroll the streets of Casablanca & explore its main attractions
  • Visit the biggest Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
  • Explore the beautiful beaches of Atlantic Essaouira & Agadir
  • Explore the old Portuguese city of Essaouira mogador &
    enjoy a Moroccan fish lunch at the old harbor
  • Ride camels in the Sahara desert in an unforgettable experience
  • Sleep and enjoy an exceptional overnight in desert camp
  • Visit and explore the world heritage unesco Kasbahs
  • Discover the berber culture and the lifestyle of the berbers of Morocco
  • Discover the cities of Moroccan South: Taroudant, Tafraoute & Agadir
  • Stroll the labyrinth souks of Marrakech & Fes with your guide
  • Enjoy the stunning views of valleys & palm groves during our drive to desert




  • Pick up service from your accommodation in Casablanca
  • Private Transport by an A/C vehicle
  • Overnight in desert camp dinner and breakfast are included
  • Camel ride for sunset and sunrise (one camel each)
  • Official art historian guide Fez, Meknes, Rabat Essaouira & Marrakech
  • You can stop everywhere to take photos
  • Fuel included
  • Professional English speaking driver
  • Local guide at ait ben haddou Kasbah
  • Half-board accommodations in selected hotels & Riads or Kasbahs ( breakfasts are included)
  • Drop off service at your accommodation in Casablanca
  • Entrance fees
  • Tips and gratuities
  • The flights tickets to and from your homeland
  • Lunches and drinks
  • Anything not mentioned in the program

Tour Plan

Day 1: Airport – Casablanca

Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and is known for its modern architecture, including the iconic Hassan II Mosque, which is the third largest mosque in the world and can accommodate over 100,000 worshippers. The Moroccan Mall shopping center is also a popular destination, with a wide range of stores and restaurants. If you have time, a visit to one of the nearby beaches can be a great way to relax and take in the coastal atmosphere. It sounds like a great way to start your tour of Morocco.

Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Meknes

Rabat is the capital city of Morocco and is home to a number of important cultural and historical sites. The Royal Palace, the Mohammed V Mausoleum, and the Hassan Tower are all popular destinations for tourists, and the city's souks and medina offer a glimpse into traditional Moroccan life. The ruins of Chellah, an ancient Roman city, are also worth visiting for their historical and cultural significance. Meknes is another city with a rich history, and dining at a local restaurant overlooking the square opposite the Bab el Mansour gate sounds like a great way to experience the city's atmosphere and culture.

Day 3: Meknes – Volubilis – Fes

The ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis are a must-see for history buffs visiting Morocco. The site is home to a number of well-preserved ruins, including a triumphal arch, temples, and public buildings, and is a testament to the Roman Empire's influence in Morocco. After visiting Volubilis, you'll continue on to Fes, one of Morocco's imperial cities and a center of culture, history, and art. Spending the night at a local Riad (traditional Moroccan hotel) in Fes will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the city's atmosphere and culture.

Day 4: Exploring Fes

Fes is a city with a rich history and culture, and there are many sites of interest to explore. The Royal Palace, the Jewish headquarter, and the Al Qaraouine University are all important landmarks that offer a glimpse into the city's past. The Tanneries and the Attarine museum are also worth visiting, as they provide insight into traditional Moroccan crafts and culture. The Moulay Idriss mausoleum is a significant religious site for Moroccan Muslims and is an important part of the city's cultural and spiritual landscape. Visiting cooperatives and experiencing a panoramic view of the Medina of Fes sounds like a great way to learn more about the city and its people.

Day 5: Fes – Midelt – Er-Rachidia – Erfoud

The Atlas Mountains are a beautiful and iconic part of Morocco, and a visit to the village of Ifrane, home to the famous cedar forest and the Berber apes, sounds like a great way to experience this natural wonder. The Tiz Ntalghamt Mountain Pass and the Ziz Gorge are also beautiful spots, with plenty of opportunities for pictures and a scenic lunch stop. Continuing on to Midelt and then through the Ziz Valley to Er-Rachidia in the Southern Province will give you the chance to see more of the region's natural beauty. Erfoud is a traditional village that is known for its production of fossils and its traditional arts and crafts. Spending the night there will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the local culture and atmosphere.

Day 6: Erfoud – Rissani – Merzouga

Merzouga is a small desert town located at the edge of the Sahara, and it is known for its beautiful sand dunes, including the Erg Chebbi dunes. Taking a walk around the dunes before sunset sounds like a great way to experience the beauty of the desert landscape. Afterward, you'll continue on to the campsite, where you'll spend the night in Berber tents. This is a unique opportunity to experience traditional Moroccan desert life and to see the stars in the clear night sky. It sounds like a truly memorable experience.

Day 7: Merzouga desert tour

Exploring the caves in the desert and visiting the ancient village of Tissrdmin sounds like a great way to learn more about the region's history and culture. The Black Desert, with its volcanic stones, is a unique and fascinating landscape, and sharing tea with a local Tuareg family is a great opportunity to learn more about their way of life. Exploring the desert region around the Erg Chebbi dunes and visiting the black village of Khamlia, where you can experience the music of the Gnawa, will give you a deeper understanding of the diverse cultures of the Sahara. Lunching on traditional Berber pizza in the ancient capital of Rissani and then riding camelback to watch the sunset over the dunes and spend the night in a desert camp is a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience. The dinner of traditional Tagine and the opportunity to listen to traditional Berber music around a campfire while watching the stars in the clear desert sky sounds like a magical end to the day.

Day 8: Merzouga – Todra Gorge – Dades Gorge

Catching the sunrise over the dunes is a great way to start the day, and the chance to freshen up at a local hotel before breakfast will allow you to fully enjoy the rest of your journey. Todra gorge is a beautiful and dramatic landscape, and lunch at the gorge will allow you to fully appreciate its beauty. The drive through the Dades valley, with its views of the "Monkey Toes" geological feature, will be a scenic and enjoyable experience. Spending the night in the valley will give you the chance to relax and take in the peaceful atmosphere of the region.

Day 9: Dades Gorges – Ouarzazate

The journey through the path of a thousand Kasbahs and the Valley of Roses sounds like a beautiful and memorable experience. Kalaat Mgouna is known for its annual Rose Festival, which celebrates the region's famous roses. The Ksar of Ait Ben Haddou is a UNESCO World Heritage site and has been used as a filming location for many Hollywood movies and the HBO series Game of Thrones. The Tizi-n-Tichka mountain pass is a scenic route that offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Arriving in Marrakesh, one of Morocco's imperial cities, will be a fitting end to your tour.

Day 10: Ouarzazate – Taroudant

Taroudant is a charming Berber town known for its local crafts, including jewelry, carpets, and pottery. It is located on the route of the caravans that were used for trade, and its location in the southern region of Morocco gives it a unique atmosphere. Some have said that Taroudant resembles a smaller, less chaotic version of Marrakesh. Spending the night at a local Riad (traditional Moroccan hotel) will allow you to fully experience the culture and atmosphere of this special town.

Day 11: Taroudant – Tafraoute – Agadir

Tafraoute is a picturesque city that is protected from the hot African weather by granitic rocks. These natural features provide a unique and breathtaking backdrop for exploring the city and its surroundings. Continuing on to Agadir, a modern city on the Atlantic coast, will allow you to experience another side of Morocco. Agadir is known for its long sandy beaches and sunny weather, making it a popular destination for tourists. Spending the night there will give you the chance to relax and take in the coastal atmosphere.

Day 12: Agadir – Essaouira

Essaouira, also known as the Pearl of the Atlantic, is a beautiful coastal city with a rich history and culture. Watching the sunset from the Murallas, the walls that fortify the city, is a must-see experience. The ancient city of Mogador, as it was known to the Portuguese, is a charming and picturesque place with a blue and white medina and long sandy beaches. It is known for its freshest fish and its quiet, picturesque setting. An evening stroll through the city after dinner sounds like a perfect way to end the day.

Day 13: Free day in Essaouira

Essaouira is a city with a rich history and a popular tourist destination known for its annual music festivals. Located by the ocean, it has a beautiful blue and white port that serves as a center of commerce for local fishermen. The port is also home to some of the freshest seafood in Morocco, and there are many local restaurants near the port where you can choose your own fish to be cooked to your preference. Today, you will have the opportunity to explore Essaouira and experience all it has to offer.

Day 14: Essaouira – Marrakesh

After having breakfast at your hotel, we will set out for Marrakesh, where you will spend the night at a traditional Riad hotel. Marrakesh is a city with a rich cultural and historical heritage, and there will be plenty of opportunities for you to explore and discover its many sights and attractions.

Day 15: The visit tour of Marrakesh

Today, we will take a guided tour of Marrakesh, one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in Morocco. Our tour will include a visit to the famous Jamaa el Fna square, the Koutoubia mosque, and the bustling souks, as well as a chance to explore the city's palaces, museums, and other cultural attractions. We will also visit the Gueliz neighborhood, the Menara Gardens, and the Majorelle Gardens, which are all must-see destinations in Marrakesh. This will be a great opportunity to get to know the city and learn more about its rich history and culture.

Day 16: Marrakesh to Casablanca

This morning after breakfast in Essaouira, we can relax during the early part of the afternoon before departing to Marrakech or Casablanca, arriving around 6 pm, where our tour ends.
– The price of this Morocco tour depends on the number of travelers, please fill in the booking form or contact us to get the pricing for your tour.


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