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The ideal 11-day Morocco trip

Our agency offers a wide variety of tours across Morocco, with the 11-day Morocco discovery tour from Casablanca a perfect in-depth option to explore the country. No matter the tour of your choosing, you will see many wonderful places and learn a great deal about the Kingdom of Morocco, known for its diverse culture, terrain, and even lifestyle. 

Your journey begins in Morocco’s biggest city, Casablanca. The famed oceanside city is home to the largest mosque in Africa, and is the 14th largest in the world – Hassan II Mosque. 

From there, enjoy the hustle and bustle of Morocco’s capital, Rabat, and be swept up in the beauty of the North as you head to the one-of-a-kind “Blue City”, Chefchaouen. 

Get lost in the endlessly winding streets of Fez, one of the oldest cities in the world and with a historical center composed of more than a thousand streets. A city of true wonder, a feast for the eyes at every turn and renowned as the capital of ceramics. A visit to the market is a must-do, where you can try your hand at the art of negotiating with locals. 

Head south to the crown jewel of Morocco – the dunes of the Sahara Desert. Hop on a camel and be taken for a memorable trip across the Erg Chebbi dunes to a desert camp, where you will spend a magical night below the stars.

On the way to Marrakech, be ready for action-packed days which includes stops at the fascinating local market of Rissani, the jaw-dropping gorges of Toudra and Dades, the world-famous Kasbah of Aït Benhaddou, and the High Atlas Mountains. 

Once in Marrakech, immerse yourself in the buzz of the Jamaa El Fna Square. Join in on a drum circle, catch the performance of a snake charmer, or eat like a local at one of the street food kiosks before winding your way through the souk and historical monuments. 

Last but certainly not least, beach time! Essaouira is one of the most charming towns on the Atlantic coast, steeped in a rich history left behind by the Portuguese and Jewish communities. 

Departure & Return Location

This 11-day grand Morocco tour starts and ends in Casablanca.

Departure Time

8:00 AM from your accommodation.

Price Includes

  • Pick up and drop off service
  • Transportation with fuel included
  • English/Spanish/Italian Tour Guide
  • 1 night in a riad in Chefchaouen
  • 2 nights in a riad in Fes
  • 1 night in a desert camp
  • 1 night in a riad in Merzouga
  • 1 night in a hotel in Dades
  • 2 nights in a riad in Marrakech
  • 1 night in a riad in Essaouira
  • Camel ride through the desert dunes; a camel for each person
  • Breakfasts and dinners included at both the desert camp and the Dades hotel
  • 1 night in a hotel in Casablanca

Price Excludes

  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Monuments entrance fees
  • Travel insurance

Highlights: 11 day Morocco tour from Casablanca travel itinerary

  • Explore Meknes and nearby Roman ruins, Casablanca, Rabat and Essaouira
  • Visit Ifrane, the "Little Switzerland" of Morocco
  • Feed wild monkeys at the Cedar Forest
  • Stops on the way to enjoy the Atlas Mountains, Ziz Canyon and Valley, plus much more
  • Camel trekking across the Erg Chebbi Dunes, sandboarding and the chance to enjoy a spectacular desert sunset
  • Overnight stay in a luxury desert camp
  • Evening entertainment including a drum circle and a camp fire are also available
  • Visit the traditional markets of Rissani and Erfoud
  • Visit the Todra and Dades Gorges
  • Explore Ouarzazate, and visit the world-famous Kasbah Aït Ben Haddou
  • Stops along the High-Atlas Mountains for panoramic views
  • Explore the enchanting city of Marrakech with a local guide
  • Explore the magic of Fes with a local guide

*Important note*: 11 day Morocco tour from Casablanca

*Experience the beauty of Morocco on our 11-days in Morocco tour from Casablanca with our top-notch local experts whose knowledge of the country is second to none. Enjoy the opportunity to learn about the rich history and the uniqueness of this North African pearl.

*Take advantage of our wide array of holiday packages, and feel free to make it your own! It’s our pleasure to customize your 11-days in Morocco from Casablanca adventure, as well as any others, based on your needs and preferences.

*Our mission is to ensure the best experience possible, while our number one priority is providing peace of mind. Enjoy first-class customer service for a stress-free holiday. We’re always here for you. 

*Please note that all tours are suggested itineraries. We love nothing more than to create tailor-made tours that best fit your interests, preferences and duration in Morocco. Get in touch to tell us more.

*As the saying goes – the more, the merrier! All of our tours cover the full scope of Morocco, so bring your friends and family along, and we’re happy to lower our per person rates. Transportation fees can be split amongst the group, while accomodation prices will vary according to your choice of 3-star, 4-star or 5-star stays.

*Contact us for exact details and prices. Let us know how we can design a Morocco trip that’s just right, and in return we’ll make sure that you have the time of your life.

Morocco itinerary: 11 day tour from Casablanca

Your exclusive 11-day guided adventure


On the first day of your 11-day Morocco tour from Casablanca, you will be greeted by your guide and transferred to your hotel upon arrival to Casablanca. Take some time to rest at the hotel / riad, or for those ready to hit the streets, go for a wander through the coastal city.

Casablanca is known for its vibrant atmosphere, modern architecture, and the amazing Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in Africa and the world.


On the second day of your 11-day in Morocco tour from Casablanca, you’ll head off to Rabat following breakfast and explore the historical sites of the capital city. First up will be a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site Kasbah of the Udayas – a fortified outpost and monastery built in the 10th century. 

Jump forward in time for a visit to the 12th century crown jewel of the city, the Hassan Tower – a stunning relic of the unfinished mosque and home to the mausoleum of former kings Hassan II and Mohammed V. 

As you bid farewell to Rabat, feast your eyes on a modern day maravel fit for a king: the Royal Palace, home of the royal family since 1912. 

Stop for a delicious lunch at Souk el Arbaa along the way to Chefchaouen. 

With tummies happy and full, you’ll make way to the enchanting “Blue City”, known for its picturesque streets and vibrant blue and white-painted buildings. Upon your arrival, you’ll spend the evening exploring the medina and immersing yourself in the city’s unique atmosphere before taking in one of the most remarkable sunsets from the hillside Spanish mosque.


On the third day of your 11-day Morocco itinerary from Casablanca, enjoy a free morning to explore Chefchaouen at your leisure. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere as you wander through the mesmerizingly charming and colorful streets, perfect for photo lovers.

Once ready to depart from the “Blue City”, you’ll make way to the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. On the way, take in the stunning views across the Rif mountain range before passing through the rich vegetable fields of Morocco’s agriculture capital between Ouezzane and Meknes.

Once you reach Volubilis, you’ll visit the well-preserved archaeological site and former Berber-Roman city and capital of Mauretania – the Latin name for ancient Morocco – a region which included modern day Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya and Mauretania. Marvel at the ruins of temples, mansions, and impressive mosaics from the 1st century AD until the 3rd century AD, when the Roman rule of Mauretania collapsed. 

Fun fact – Moulay Idriss, the founder of Morocco as you know it today, is also buried here in a nearby town named after the great conquerer. 

Later you’ll continue to Meknes, another imperial city steeped in a rich history. There you will visit the famous Bab Mansour Gate, the el-Hedim Square (which gets its name from the rubble left behind when the medieval kasbah was destroyed), and the impressive Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, Morocco’s longest serving ruler of 55 years. 

A must see before leaving Meknes is a stop at the Sahrij Swani – Basin of the Norias – a masterpiece complex with a large artificial lake which serviced the Imperial Kasbah at the time.

Once finished, you’ll head off to Fes, where you’ll spend the night.


On the 4th day of your 11-day tour in Morocco from Casablanca, get ready for a full day of exploration of Fes, the cultural and spiritual heart of Morocco. Get “lost” with your local guide as you wander through the narrow winding streets of the UNESCO-listed Fes el-Bali (Old Medina) where you’ll pay a visit to centuries-old tanneries, intricately decorated mosques, plus one of the oldest universities in the world and the first ever founded by a woman, the University of Al-Quaraouiyine. While there, don’t forget to immerse yourself in the medina’s bustling atmosphere as you wind your way through the old city’s countless lively markets.

Not to mention, discover some of the most fascinating historical hot spots outside of the medina to experience Fes from a different perspective. Stops include the Royal Palace Gates, the Jewish Quarter, and the South Tower, which offers an incredible panoramic view of the old city.

As if that weren’t enough, Fes is also famous the world over for its one-of-a-kind ceramics. To learn more, you’ll have the opportunity to get to meet local artisans and see first-hand how they practice their craft.


On day five of your 11-day Morocco tour from Casablanca, travel south through the Middle Atlas Mountains, known for its Alpine weather. Along the way, you’ll make a short stop in Ifrane, lovingly referred to as “Little Switzerland.” Go for a walk through the pleasant green streets, or enjoy some coffee and pastries at one of the French-style coffee shops. 

From there, you’ll head off to Michlifen, home to Morocco’s famous ski resorts, and you’ll explore the beautiful cedar forest in Azrou, home to the Barbary apes. You can even feed the monkeys if you fancy!

After your time with your new forest friends, your journey will continue through the small mountain towns of Timahdite and Zaida – a major watering hole connecting local bus travelers coming from every corner across the country. A destination well-known amongst Moroccans for some of the best meat restaurants on offer, as well as a great stop for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

For those of you who love apples, the next stop is for you. Midelt is a famous agricultural hinterland producing all kinds of delicious fruits and vegetables, but is most commonly referred to as the national apple capital as 90% of the countries apples are produced here. 

Savor a tasty lunch in er-Rich before a scenic drive through the Ziz Valley and oasis, dotted with the seemingly endless palm groves of Ouled Chaker and small Berber villages. This location is one of the principle resource areas for the production of dates – an essential element of the Moroccan way of life – and are of the very best quality.

In the evening you’ll arrive to Merzouga where you’ll hop on a camel and trek your way into the mesmerizing Sahara Desert for a spectacular sunset, followed by a night spent in a desert camp. You’ll be greeted by some delicious tea and local snacks as you settle into your desert haven before being swept away by the beauty of the night sky and berber music around the campfire, making for a truly memorable lifetime experience. Dinner is included. 


On day six of your 11-day Morocco tour from Casablanca, we encourage you to wake up early in order to witness the stunning sunrise over the Sahara Desert. It’s worth it, we promise!

After tasty desert breakfast at the camp, you’ll explore the surrounding area and be welcomed into the home of a nomadic family to learn more about their traditional way of life.

From there you’ll take a trip to M’fis, an abandoned mining town peacefully tucked away in the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. While it may be a ghost town, it still holds its allure as a formerly vibrant place where the mineral kohl was extracted to create ancient eyeliner. 

On your way to Khamlia where you will pay a visit to the Tuareg people – an indigenous ethnic group also known as the “Blue Men of the Sahara Desert” – venture up to some of the highest viewpoints where you can properly take in the vast beauty of the region. Once in Khamlia, you will be treated to some exceptional traditional music and dance by this special group of people found in Morocco only here. 

After some fine entertainment, take delight in trying a local dish found only in Morocco – Berber Pizza. A classic recipe composed of ground beef, onions and exotic spices which harmoniously come together for a culinary experience like no other. 

Later venture into the stunning Erg Chebbi Dunes and enjoy the tranquility of the desert. In the afternoon you’ll head back to the hotel near the palm grove, where you can relax and take a refreshing dip in the swimming pool. Dinner is included. 


On day seven of your 11-day in Morocco tour from Casablanca, you’ll wake up early and enjoy a final desert breakfast before setting off towards Dades, where you will spend the night.

Your first stop will take you to the city of Rissani, a traditional market town known for its vibrant souks and historical monuments, as well as an historic trading post for caravans who passed through from the south. It is also interesting to note that the current royal family has its origins from this city, as well as the widely considered founder of the Alaouite Dynasty of Morocco of the 1600s, Moulay Ali Cherif. 

Following some tea and spice shopping, set off for Erfoud, the capital of dates and fossils. To celebrate the harvest every October, the city puts on a now internationally famous festival of dates, given the importance of the locally grown fruit.  You will also have the chance to enjoy a fossil workshop to learn about the region’s rich past as a pre-historic ocean from 380 million years ago and to see on display all kinds of ancient marine animals, plants and fish which are often turned into marble products for various household decorative elements. 

The day continues with a drive through various small towns and villages along the way to tour the impressive Todra Gorges, known for its towering cliffs and breathtaking scenery, plus the sensational Dades Valley, characterized by its stunning rock formations and picturesque landscapes. You will also have the change to stop by the uniquely named “Monkey Fingers” rock formation, and take a drive up one of the most recognizable roads in Morocco, the Dades Gorge Winding Road.

Once in Dades, catch up on some rest and spend the night in a hotel overlooking the valley. Dinner is included. 


On day eight of your 11-day Morocco tour from Casablanca, you will leave the Dades Gorges and head towards Marrakech. 

Your first stop will be in the Valley of Roses, named after its thousands of rose bushes. The region is home to the production of roses for various uses, ranging anywhere from beauty products to cooking products. While the industry exists year-round, a Rose Festival is held once a year in mid-May to celebrate the end of the rose season. 

You will pass by Skoura, known for its Kasbahs and palm groves, as well as Ouarzazate, the little Hollywood of Africa, where you can visit the famous Atlas Studios.

Speaking of world-famous, you will then continue to the Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and filming location for several major Hollywood movies, including Academy Award winners The Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia, and blockbuster hits, such as The Mummy.

Your journey will then continue through the High Atlas Mountains where you can enjoy stunning views of its diverse scenery and landscapes.  Our 4 days desert tour from Marrakech will come to an end, we will make sure to drive you to your accommodation in Marrakech.

Later on, you can explore Jamaa El fna square.  Also, immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of the city’s famous night markets. 


On the 9th day of your 11-day in Morocco tour from Casablanca, you will spend the day exploring the vibrant city of Marrakech. Your local tour guide will come pick you up at your hotel or riad to spend the morning guiding you through the labyrinthine streets of the UNESCO-listed medina.

Your tour will begin in the Jewish Quarter, the second oldest of its kind in Morocco. From there you will be taken to the Bahia Palace, a must-visit location in the historic city center. Artisans from every corner of the country were contracted to build this stunning late-19th century jewel, most known for its captivating decoration – from marble floors, to intricate mosaics and Arabic scripture, to cedar-wood ceilings.  

After some royal treatment, continue to wander through the countless alleyways of the medina to soak up the sights and sounds of the many wonderful markets, restaurants and cafés. Stroll your way over to the Ben Youssef Medersa, a historic Islamic school which was built in the 14tth century.

But no trip to the old city is complete without a visit to the world-famous main square, Jemaa el-Fnaa. To this day it remains a hugely important congregational site for locals and tourists alike. Try your hand at fitting in with the locals as you get drawn in by Moroccan / Berber storytellers, sipping on some deliciously fresh-pressed juice, or munching on some street food unique to Marrakech.  

From there you’ll make your way to one of the most iconic sites of the city – the Koutoubia. The 12th century mosque is the largest of the city, with it’s towering minaret a beloved emblem of Marrakech. 

With bellies rumbling, refuel with a delicious lunch before being picked up by your driver to spend some time in the serenity of the Majorelle Gardens. In order to beat the lines, getting tickets ahead of time online is highly recommended. The house and surrounding gardens were created by the French artist Jacques Majorelle before fashion designer Yves Saint-Laurent and his business manager Pierre Bergé bought the property and restored it to its current condition enjoyed by millions today. 

In the evening, immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of the city’s famous night markets. 


On day ten of your 11-day in Morocco tour from Casablanca, get ready for an immersive experience with a Moroccan cooking class. 

A local family will welcome you into their homes to offer you this special opportunity to connect with locals through the language of food. Learn to prepare some of the most sensational traditional dishes that Moroccan cuisine has to offer, such as tajines and couscous, as well as how to make bread from scratch and how to make the most of Moroccan spices. 

Now an expert at Moroccan cooking, hop in the car for a short ride out to Agafay Desert. A very popular hotspot to swap the hustle and bustle of Marrakech for the calm and serenity of the nearby desert. Take a dip in the pool, marvel at the mountains or relax with some tea and treats as you unwind in a desert camp for the night.  


On the final day of your 11-day Morocco tour from Casablanca, the moment has come to return to where the trip began. Depending on your departure time, you will have the possibility of enjoying some desert activities before heading back to Casablanca. Available options include quad, buggy or camel rides.

A pleasant way to bid farewell before making your way to the airport for your onward journey, taking with you cherished memories of an unforgettable 11-day Morocco ideal itinerary adventure with us.

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