7 Days tour to Marrakech via Chefchaouen
We organize private travel from Casablanca to the Sahara and Marrakech, including a visit to Chefchaouen.
At Great Morocco Travel, we offer the best Moroccan destinations for a one-week travel experience. Our 7-day tour from Casablanca provides an itinerary to explore Marrakech and the charming town of Chefchaouen as part of an unforgettable journey across Morocco.
Contact us today to customize our suggested Casablanca tour itinerary. Simply email us, and we will provide a quotation tailored to your preferences.
At Great Morocco Travel, we pride ourselves on delivering outstanding services throughout your tour, from the moment you embark on your journey until after its completion. Our comfortable transfer services ensure a seamless travel experience, and we offer Sahara Desert trips featuring guided camel treks and nights in luxurious Merzouga desert camps. With our dedicated guide, Aziz, you can expect the best Sahara trip across Morocco.
We provide a range of tours departing from Casablanca city, including VIP options for those seeking a truly private and exclusive experience.
We prioritize offering the best value and making our Casablanca tours affordable without compromising on quality, meeting the diverse demands of our customers from around the world.
Why Choose Us for a Tour from Casablanca?
We offer various sightseeing package tours from Casablanca, specializing in personalized Morocco tours. We understand that many travelers prefer to explore independently and create their own unique Morocco tour itinerary, and we are here to make that vision a reality.
|| Private Transfers in A/C vehicles(4×4 or minibus).
Experienced and knowledge tour driver and Sahara Guides.
Airport / city hotel transfers.
Nights at a pleasant riad, hotel, enjoy camel trip through the Sahara desert.
|| Lunches / Drinks.
Tips / Entry fees / Personal expenses.
Plane tickets to/from Marrakech.
Marrakech tour detailed Map:
At Great Morocco Travel
, we organize private Morocco tours from Casablanca. Today, we will meet you at your hotel in Casablanca or at the airport, and together we will embark on a journey to the famous Blue City of Chefchaouen. Along the way, we will make several short stops to visit captivating places of interest. For the night, you will have the opportunity to experience the enchanting atmosphere of Chefchaouen's blue medina, where comfortable accommodation with breakfast awaits.
After enjoying a delicious breakfast at your Riad/Hotel, we will commence our exploration of Chefchaouen. Our first stop will be the lively Uta Hammam square, followed by a visit to the Kasbah and Place El Haouta. We will then proceed to the renowned Jamaa El kebir (The Great Mosque), where you will be captivated by its grandeur. As you wander through the city, you will notice the abundance of blue-colored doors, walls, and shops, adding to the unique charm of Chefchaouen. Following a satisfying lunch, we will embark on a scenic journey towards the Akchour waterfalls. As we venture into the green landscapes of the Rif Mountains, you will be immersed in the natural beauty of the region. After approximately 45 minutes of driving, we will reach Akchour and meet our experienced mountain guide, who will lead us on an exhilarating walk along the cascading stream, culminating in the majestic God's Bridge or the enchanting waterfalls. You will have the opportunity to relax and indulge in some delicious tagine at one of the quaint local restaurants, situated alongside the refreshing cold water. At the end of the day, we will return to Chefchaouen, where you will spend the night, allowing you to unwind and rejuvenate in preparation for the next day's adventures.
After enjoying a delicious breakfast, we depart from the captivating blue city and embark on a journey through the breathtaking landscapes of the region. Marvel at the picturesque fields of wheat, vibrant wildflowers, charming metal-roofed houses, and meandering rivers as we make our way to Ouazzane, renowned for its exceptional honey and figs. Our next destination is the remarkable Roman Ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO site dating back to the 3rd century. Immerse yourself in the extensive excavations featuring awe-inspiring columns, intricate mosaics, a magnificent gateway, and a network of streets and houses. Discover the fascinating history of this significant city that dates back to 225 BC, as your knowledgeable guide provides valuable insights into the Roman era in this region.
Continuing our journey, we reach the imperial city of Meknes, originally established as a military settlement by the Almoravid dynasty in the 11th century and later transformed into a capital by Sultan Moulay Ismail in the 17th century. Be captivated by the Hispano-Moorish architectural style showcased in the splendid Bab Mansour gate, adorned with intricate mosaics and zellige tilework. Explore the impressive ramparts, visit the granary, and marvel at the Sahrij Swani Basin, an ingenious irrigation and plantation system. From Meknes, we proceed to the spiritual capital of Fes, where we will spend the night in a charming riad adorned with ornate Moroccan craftsmanship, nestled within the medina.
After enjoying a delightful breakfast at your riad, your expert guide will meet you to commence your guided tour of Fes. This comprehensive tour encompasses both a walking and a driven portion, ensuring you have the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the city's wonders. Explore the grandeur of the Royal Palace with its magnificent seven gates, delve into the vibrant Mellah, the historic Jewish quarter renowned for its bustling commercial activities. Visit a pottery cooperative and witness the intricate craftsmanship involved in producing some of Morocco's finest works. Experience breathtaking panoramic views of the entire medina before indulging in a delectable Fes-style lunch.
In the afternoon, venture into the heart of the medina to discover its rich cultural and spiritual sites, alongside its narrow souks teeming with aromatic foods, captivating crafts, and skilled artisans. Witness the renowned Tanneries, an iconic attraction of Fes. With approximately 9,000 car-free streets, Fes is best explored with the guidance of a knowledgeable local expert. Delve into its ancient history, which includes being home to the world's oldest continuously operating university, the Quaraouiyine, established in 859 by a remarkable woman named Fatima. Overnight accommodation will be provided at the same riad, ensuring a comfortable and convenient stay.
After a delightful breakfast, we bid farewell to Fes and embark on our journey towards the enchanting Sahara. Our first captivating stop is Ifrane, affectionately known as the "Little Switzerland of Morocco," renowned for its alpine-inspired architecture. As we venture into the Middle Atlas Mountains, we'll immerse ourselves in the awe-inspiring Great Cedar Forest, where you'll have the chance to witness the agile Barbary monkeys gracefully swinging through the trees. Our next stop is the charming town of Midelt, where we'll pause for a delightful lunch.
Continuing our expedition, we follow the captivating route of the Ziz Valley, offering breathtaking panoramic vistas at various scenic viewpoints along the way. Prepare to be captivated by the ever-changing landscape as we venture further south, embracing majestic mountains, mesmerizing canyons, meandering rivers, and expansive plateaus. Witness the rustic dwellings of nomadic communities and flocks of grazing animals, a true testament to the harmonious coexistence with nature. As we approach the towns of Errachidia and Erfoud, subtle hints of the Sahara's magnificence begin to unfold before our eyes.
Journeying through the captivating Berber towns and villages from Erfoud to Rissani, the former capital known as Sijilmassa, and the birthplace of the esteemed Alaouite dynasty, the current ruling royal family of Morocco, we'll gradually find ourselves surrounded by the vast open expanse of the desert. Our destination is the enchanting Merzouga, where a warm reception awaits us along with a refreshing glass of mint tea. Here, our faithful camels will be awaiting to embark on an unforgettable trek across the golden dunes, leading us to our desert camp where a night under the celestial canopy awaits. Indulge in a traditional dinner accompanied by captivating Berber music, creating a truly immersive experience."
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One of the most magical times in the day is before the sunrises, the silence is amazing and the way the light changes as the sun moves across the dunes is very special. You will be woken in time to enjoy this and then you will ride the camels back in silence to fully appreciate the tranquility of the desert and the Erg Chebbi Dunes. You can have breakfast and a refreshing shower before we take the road for our day’s adventure. From Merzouga to Rissani, through adobe kasbah towns and villages, past vast palm groves, we travel to Tinghir and up into the Todra Gorges. 300 metres high and only 10 metres wide at its narrowest point, this vertical walled canyon is a magnet for international rock climbers. You can enjoy a wander along the crystal clear glacial waters of the river. We continue our tour to the next wonder; Dades Gorges, where erosion has formed some crazy rocks that are called “Monkey Fingers” as they look like fat fingers. You will spend the night in a typical hotel in the Gorges and enjoy local hospitality with half board.
After breakfast, we start our day with many wonderful sights to encounter. Driving along the Dades Valley and the Valley of the Roses; also called the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs, you will see many rose coloured adobe kasbahs, fields of crops with hedges of Damascus roses which are cultivated here for their highly prized fragrant oil. In Kelaat M’gouna, we will stop at a rose cooperative where you can purchase some rose water gifts and have an idea about the processes of the roses. We continue or journey along this road to the pal grove of Skoura, then Ouarzazate; the Hollywood of Africa, and to the famous Ait Benhaddou kasbah; UNESCO heritage site and fortress. We will have lunch in the village and a short visit of the ksar. This is where they made the movie The Gladiator, the Kingdom of Heaven and the Prince of Persia, among many others. Back on the road and we cross the High Atlas mountains with its winding roads that cross the high pass of Tizi n´Tichka at 2260 metres. Here we can stop to observe the process of making Argan Oil at a women’s cooperative before driving down to the plains and the medina of Marrakech.