16 Days Morocco Tour Package

From Casablanca

16 Days Private Morocco Tour Package From Casablanca

Morocco is an attractive destination, and this comprehensive 16 Days Private Morocco Tour Package From Casablanca will show you the best of this fascinating North African country, from the colorful, aromatic marketplaces bursting with the rich fragrances of spices to the majestic Atlas Mountains and the blue city of Chefchaouen. While the big sights may be seen in a few days, staying in Morocco for a few weeks is recommended to uncover all of the hidden jewels. Morocco offers many excellent places to see.

16 Days Private Morocco Tour Package From Casablanca

16 Days Morocco Tour Highlights

This 16-day Morocco tour package offers a varied and exciting itinerary that allows you to see active city life, the tranquil serenity of the desert, the depth of Moroccan history, and Morocco’s beautiful landscape. Allow us to guide you on this incredible journey, filling every moment with wonder, discovery, and treasured memories.

  • Fez Medina: Explore Fez’s old city, which is known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and diverse cultural legacy. Explore the medina’s narrow alleys, pay a visit to Al Quaraouiyine, the world’s oldest university, and marvel at the Bou Inania Madrasa’s intricate tilework and workmanship.
  • Golden Dunes of The Sahara Desert: Visit the Sahara Desert, where miles of golden dunes stretch. A thrilling camel ride through the Erg Chebbi dunes, a breathtaking sunset, and a night beneath the stars in a spectacular desert tent are all in store for you. Allow the isolation and vastness of the desert to steal your breath away.
  • Aladin Vibes of Marrakesh Medina: Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Marrakesh’s Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Discover one-of-a-kind handicrafts, spices, and textiles in the lively souks. Explore the maze-like tunnels, see architectural marvels like the Koutoubia Mosque, and revel in the sensory delights of the Jemaa el-Fnaa Plaza.
  • Get a Taste of Berber Lifestyle: Explore the splendor of Berber culture and the allure of true Berber settlements. Travel up rough mountain roads to see the lovely UNESCO-listed walled village of Ait Ben Haddou. Enjoy Berber culture, traditional cuisine, and nice people.

16 Days Morocco Tour Itinerary

This 16-day Morocco tour package offers an in-depth look at the country’s diverse landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture. Allow us to join you on this amazing journey, ensuring that every moment is filled with wonder, authenticity, and lasting memories. Prepare to be amazed by Morocco’s essence, which includes the allure of the desert, the charm of the towns, and the splendor of the mountains.

Day 1: Arrival At Casablanca International Airport

We will pick you up from Casablanca International Airport and bring you to your accommodation. If you came early in the morning and have plenty of energy, we recommend joining us on a fascinating Casablanca city tour. Discover Hassan II Mosque’s architectural marvel and take a stroll along the lovely Ain Diab Corniche. Take in the lively atmosphere and the beach charm. Please bear in mind that the duration of your city trip is determined by your arrival time and personal preferences. We’ll make sure you have enough time to rest and prepare for your upcoming adventure.

Overnight in Casablanca

Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Tangier

After a fantastic breakfast in our Casablanca hotel, we will travel to Rabat, Morocco’s capital city, to visit the city and discover all of its amazing sights. Then we’ll continue our trek to the Kingdom’s north. Our next stop will be in the village of Assilah, where we will have time to explore its unique Medina and get some tasty seafood lunch before continuing north to visit the Hercules Cave and watch the sunset at Cap Spartel lighthouse (where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea) before heading to our hotel for the night.

Overnight in Tangier

Day 3: Tangier – Tetouan – Chefchaouen

We will begin the day after breakfast by touring every tiny intriguing place in this gorgeous less-traveled city. Then we’ll travel down the Mediterranean Sea to see the Spanish port of Ceuta, then back along the coast to Tetouan, one of Morocco’s most beautiful cities, where we’ll eat lunch. before ascending the Rif Mountains to the turquoise city of Chefchaouen. where we will have time for a sunset walk after checking in at our hotel, and where we may call it a day and spend the night at our hotel anytime we like.

Overnight in Chefchaouen

Day 4: Chefchaouen Liesure Day

Today you may sleep in and have a late northern breakfast (believe me, it’s worth it). After that, you may enjoy the blue shades of this dreamlike town for yourself. Get lost in its alleys, see locals traditionally wash their clothes at Ras El Ma waterfall, and don’t forget to hike to the Spanish mosque for a once-in-a-lifetime sunset.

Overnight in Chefchaouen

Day 5: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Fez

We’ll leave for Fez after a late breakfast and a stroll through town. Take in the changing scenery as we pass through the lovely town of Ouazzane. We’ll journey through stunning countryside, from rolling green agricultural farmland to the Roman archeological site of Volubilis, where ancient ruins tell the story of a bygone era. Finally, we’ll arrive in Fez’s old medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site where mystery and tradition abound.

Overnight in Fez

Day 6: Fez City Tour With A Local Guide

After breakfast, your driver and local guide in Fez will meet you at your hotel to begin your city tour, which is often divided into two parts:

By Car:

  • Learn about the stunning design of the Royal Palace, which features seven golden gates. Then, enjoy a tour of the Mellah, or Jewish neighborhood, which was built near the Palace to offer security.
  • Take in the scenery from the Southern Tower, a historical fortress, and one of the lookouts on a hill from which you can see the whole layout of Fez, allowing you to find spots that skyline-obscuring structures would otherwise cover.
  • Visit the pottery area to discover how the unique Fez pottery is made, as well as handmade the exquisite mosaics that amaze half of Morocco.

On Foot:

  • Visiting the ancient Medina is like going to a live museum. The Fez Medina is a small community where people live, work, and go about their daily lives, so keep moving and keep an eye out for donkeys!
  • We’ll make a special stop in Fez’s ancient alleyways to view the renowned Al-Quaraouiyine University, a stunning testament to the city’s rich academic past. This unique school, founded in 859 CE, holds the prestigious distinction of being the world’s oldest degree-granting university still in operation today. It’s even more remarkable since it was designed by a visionary woman, transforming it into a symbol of feminine strength and wisdom.
  • See why Fez is recognized as Morocco’s crafts capital by visiting handicraft workshops. This can include, for example, the silk weavers, who weave beautifully colorful fabrics from agave plant silk fibers, and the famous Fez tannery, where they process all manner of animal hides by hand, as they have for nearly 1000 years, and sell leather items in every shade and style…

Overnight in Fez

Day 7: Fez – Midelt – Merzouga (Sahara Desert)

We will begin our journey after an early breakfast by stopping in Ifrane, Morocco’s Switzerland, for a quick photo, and then to the cedar forests of Azrou to play with the amusing macaque monkeys, before continuing through some amazing landscapes and nomad settlements to the apple city of Midelt, where we will stop for lunch before winding down Ziz Valley, the country’s largest. Then it’s on to Erfoud for some of the best dates they’ve ever had in their hometown before making our way to Merzouga for the night.

Overnight in Merzouga (Sahara Desert)

Day 8: Spend a Day in The Sahara Desert

After a late breakfast, depending on your wake-up time we will start today with a panoramic view of the entire Erg Chebbi, then to the Nomad tribes if we’re lucky enough to find them, get a cup of tea with one of the families and check the way they live. Then to the village of Khamlia where we will have lunch and make time to meet the Gnawa (descendants of the Slaves brought from Western Africa), listen to their music, and get to know about them. And by the evening we shall swap our vehicle by Camels and cross the dunes to our luxury camp where we shall have dinner and a musical soiree with the staff as well as spend the night under the starry skies of the Sahara Desert.

Optional: We can schedule an off-roading experience with Quad Bikes or ATVs.

Overnight in Merzouga (Sahara Desert)

Day 9: Merzouga (Sahara Desert) – Todra Canyon – Dades Valley

After breakfast, we will travel the Black Desert and Berber towns until we arrive at the green oasis and spectacular Todra Canyon, where we will have time to explore the valley and enjoy the amazing wind. Then we’ll continue on our adventure to the lovely Dades Valley, where we’ll take a photo with the monkey fingers and ascend the famed zigzag route before heading to our fantastic hotel for a delicious meal and a good night’s sleep.

Overnight in Dades Valley

Day 10: Dades Valley – Skoura – Ouarzazate

This morning, we’ll do some “Off Road” driving before continuing into the Valley of Roses, which is known for its cosmetics, fragrances, and medicines. Then continue through Skoura Oasis to the Kasbah Amridil, a living museum depicted on the Moroccan 50 dirham note and in coffee table novels all over the world. Ouarzazate is a well-known filming location. From Lawrence of Arabia in the 1960s to Salmon Fishing in Yemen in 2011, the Atlas Studios, one of the largest in the world, may be seen. There will also be an option to see the magnificent Taourirt Kasbah. Spend the evening strolling around the quiet alleys of Ouarzazate with the locals.

Overnight in Ouarzazate

Day 11: Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech

Following a late and delicious breakfast, we will begin our day by visiting the fortified village of Ait Ben Haddou, which served as the Yellow City of Yunkai in the famous Game of Thrones series, before continuing to Telouet to visit its preserved Kasbah and grab lunch before climbing the high Atlas mountains and getting many panoramic views for some amazing photos. When we arrive in Marrakech, we will go straight to our hotel for the night.

Overnight in Marrakech

Day 12: Marrakech City Tour With a Local Guide

After breakfast, your driver and local guide will meet you at your hotel to begin your city tour of Marrakech’s Aladin-like medina, where you will see the spectacular Palaces and secret gardens. Then it is a terrific spot to shop. Choose your favorite dining spot from our options for the evening and have a delightful soiree in this magnificent city.

Overnight in Marrakech

Day 13: Marrakesh Leisure Day

Spend the day in Marrakesh at your own leisure, as we can also give you several suggestions on things to do in Marrakech if you would like.

Optional: We can arrange a day trip somewhere outside of Marrakesh, such as Essaouira, the High Atlas mountains, or the Ouzoud waterfalls…

Overnight in Marrakech

Day 14: Marrakech – Essaouira

We will take you up from your Riad after a great breakfast and bring you to the famed Game of Thrones city of ”Astapor” or the windy Moroccan town. Throughout our drive, we will pass through a variety of landscapes and scattered communities. and have fun with the adorable tree-climbing goats. Visit a female-owned cooperative that specializes in traditional methods of extracting Argan Oil and learn about all of its offerings. It’s almost like a magical it that works for everything lol. Then get lost in the artsy-craftsy lanes of Essaouira’s Medina and dine at one of its exquisite rooftop restaurants.

Overnight in Essaouira

Day 15: Essaouira – El Oualidia – Casablanca

After another late breakfast, we’ll continue north along the Atlantic coast, via endless breathtaking vistas, to the Lagoon town of El Oualidia, famous for its oysters and other delicacies. Continue our travel to Casablanca to see its sights if time did not permit on Day 1.

Overnight in Casablanca

Day 16: Departure At Casablanca International Airport

Depending on the time of your flight. We will drive you to the airport to say our final goodbyes and thank you for the wonderful time you spent with us.

Please keep in mind that this trip, like any other on our website, is intended to be inspiring and may be tailored to your specific interests and personal preferences, including arrival and departure cities.

16 Days Morocco Tour Includes

This tour includes:

  • Airport pick-up and drop-off services
  • Professional English Speaking Driver
  • Private and comfortable SUV or Van with A/C
  • Local Guides in Fez and Marrakech
  • Camel Trek in the Sahara Desert
  • Sandboard in the Sahara Desert
  • 13 Night in hotels or Riads
  • 1 Night in a Luxury camp in the Sahara Desert
  • 14 Breakfast
  • 4 Dinners (Days 7, 8, 9 and 10)

16 Days Morocco Tour Excludes

This tour does not include:

  • Flight tickets
  • Travel Insurance
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Dinners not mentioned in the included list
  • Hotel services such as Room service and Laundry Service
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips

16 Days Morocco Tour Price

Make sure you request a quote down below as the tour pricing varies according to the following factors:

  • Number of days
  • Number of travelers
  • Accommodation type
  • Extra activities
  • Starting and ending points
  • Children’s age if applicable
  • Low or High season

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