+212 616 289 148 chebbimoroccotours@gmail.com

Morocco tours from casablanca


Tour provided by Chebbi Morocco Tours Travel agency

Contact Us

Multi-days tour

16days/ 15nights


From Casablanca

Number of People

1 to 18 person.

Day1: Casablanca airport-hotel in Casablanca


At the airport in Casablanca, the sixteen days days Morocco tours starts. You’ll be warmly welcomed before you are transfered to the hotel to rest for the rest of the day.

Day2: Casablanca-Rabat

After having breakfast at the hotel, we will visit the most interesting sites in Casablanca beginning with Hassan 2 Mosque, the second large mosque in the world with the capacity of containing 25.000 worshippers, Corniche Aid Diab, and the squares.

We will leave Casablanca toward Rabat where we have lunch. Rabat is the capital of Morocco where the most important administarations of the coutry are located. The city is is spacious with lovely gardens. The tour continues to visit Hassan Tower, The façades of the Royal Palace, and the Oudaya Kasbah.

After that, we will check-in to the hotel.

Day3: Rabat-Chefchaouen


Chefchouen is where we will be heading after having breakfast at your accommodation. We will travel through through Ouazzan town and the scenery Rif Mountains. After reaching Chechouen, you will check-in to a hotel.

The afternoon is free to explore the brilliant city which is colored with the blue. You will take a walk in the Medina and enjoy the strolling through the Souk where things brought from the countryside are brought to be sold.

At a Riad in the Medina, you will have dinner and spend the overnight.

Day4: Chefchaouen to Fes

We’ll be leaving Chefchouen heading to Meknes after having lunch. During the journey to Meknes, we will visit Voulubilis. It is the most important ruins of the Roman Empire in Morocco.

Meknes is divided into sections. The first one is the is named the old medina, and the second one is the new medina which s also called the French town. Meknes used to be the capital in the era of Sultan Moulay Ismail in the 17th-century. The medina was fortified by Sulan with great walls that had a desefnsive function against the attacks of the enemy.

Meknes’s visit is also programmed to visit Moulay Ismail Mauseleum, the Jewish quarter, Swani basin, and the authentic stores for cultivated in the lands nearby.

After one hour and half of driving,  you will arrive at Fez where you spend the night after you check in to a hotel.

Day5: Fes city tour

Fez is considered the first established imperial city in Morocco. It is also the Morocco’s prominent spiritual center. The Karaouiyin University, which is the oldest university in the world, is a UNESCO World Heritage. With an experienced guide, you will visit the Royal Palace. This astonishing conatins seven doors and seen as one of the greatest modern restoration. You’ll be guided to explore the Tennaries, and the interesting full of life old’s quarter alleyways. You’ll have the chance to enjoy the bustling streets where shops’ merchants are open. You’ll be taken to your after a long journey in Fez city.

Day6: Fes-Ifrane-Midelt-Ziz valley-Merzouga

Erfoud is the next target after having breakfast. During our journey, we will travel through Azrou town which is close to Cedar Forest. This woodland is the largest in Morocco where monkeys live and different kinds of birds. The beautiful and talll trees provide a good home for them. The tour continues to travel via the High Atlas Mountains and Ziz Valley ,crossing Errachidia (the capital of the province), where you’ll enjoy the fascinating Ziz and Tafilalt’s full of palm trees oasis.

The journey continues alonside the palm groves crossing Erfoud until we reach Merzouga town where you’ll check-in to a hotel.

Day 7: Around Merzouga and desert camp

Today’s program is dedicated to explore the largest Sahara desert in Morocco (Erg Chebbi). This fascinating desert is an inspiration for both locals and visitors with its breattaking sunset and sunrise over the sand dunes.

During our journey, we will be able to visit nomad families that are very careful about their animals. They take tents as a home. The next place we will visit is Rissani where we will explore the very traditional and large souks in Morocco. Not far away from Merzouga’s town, we will experience to the unique Gnawa music.

In the afternoon, you will accupied with what you need for camping the Sahara desert before you ride camels toward there. In a nomadic tent, where dinner will served, you will spend the night admiring the desert’s serenity.

Day 8: Merzouga  desert-Ramlia

On the eighth day of the sixteen days tour in Morocco, you will try another experience by visiting the small village of Ramlia. Through the unpaved road, we will make our way crossing where fossils found in the rocky plates and dried rivers. During the journey, you will appreciate the stunning views of the desert where we will have a break for lunch under a shadow of an aracia tree. After reaching Ramlia village, we will have a visit to one of the kind Berber families to have a glass of Saharan mint tea with them. After that, we will enjoy a short visit to a small palm trees oasis where vegetables are cultivated by the population. You’ll have the chance to meet very friendly countryside’s people.

Day9: Ramlia-Alnif-Todgha goges-Dades valley

Leaving Ramlia village, we will head to Boulmane Dades traveling through Oued Ghris (dried river) before we arrive at Sidi Ali’s village. The nineth day of the tour continues through Alnif toward Tinghir. This town is well-known for the stunning Togha Gorges (the highest and norrowest of their kind in Morocco). Lined olongside the river, the palm groves offer a wonderful view. Diving through the famous Road of Thousands Kasbahs to Dades Valley comes after having lunch.

After we are in Dades Valley, you will check-in to a hotel.

Day10: Boumalne to Ouarzazate

Today’s destination is Ouarzazate, we will cross the Road of Thousand Kasbahs  traveling via Kalaat M’gouna, which is called the Valley of Roses and known for rosewater and perfumes, and Skoura small town with its massive number of palm trees. Ouarzazate is a quite town over the mountains in the desert of the Sahara. It is also nicknamed the Hollywood of Africa. In Ouarzazate, we will enjoy visting the Atlas Cinema Studios, the Kasbah of Tourirt before you check-in to a hotel.

Day11: Ouarzazate-Ait Benhaddou- Marrakech

Having breakfast is followed by visiting the Tourirt Kasbah, which was in the17th-century and a UNESCO World Heritage, before we head to the the village of Ait Ben Haddou where we will visit the largest kasbah in Morocco. It is one of the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites where many movies were filmed . To Marrakech via the High Atlas Mountains, we will travel after having lunch.

Day 12: Marrakech city Tour

The plan for today is visiting Marrakech’s sightseeing and monuments, we will begin with a visit to the lovely Majorelle Gardens before we head to Bahia Palace, which is a 19th-century monument, and Koutoubia ( One of the largest mosques in Moroccothat was established in the 12th-century).

Continuing exploring Marrakech, you’ll be guided to visit the Souk and stroll through the ancient alleyways where bazers, merchants…

You’ll have a free afternoon, you may want to use it for taking a walk and enjoy the dynamic the Djemaa El Fnaa square which is shared by visitors and locales to witness the continual performances (Musicians, acrobats, story tellers, water sellers, snake charmers…). A variety of food local are available in this large square for dinner.

Day13: Marrakech to Essaouira

Essouira is where you will be driven after leaving Marrakech. It may take three hours to arrive at this coastal city.

Essaouira is famous for its unstoppable winds around the year and being a very historical city.

Today’s plan is having a complete relaxing time walking walking through the Medina’s alleyways and try a delicious fish meal at the port. It is a different day from Marrakech’s atmosphere.

Day14: Essaouira city Tour

Free day!

Day15: Essaouira to El Jadida

The breakfast is served at the hotel before leaving toward El Jadida. It takes almost four hours of driving. Through Safi, you will be traveling via the coastal road. After arriving at your destination, you will go to visit the citadel of Portuguese after checking into a hotel.

You will be taking a stroll in the Medina admiring the full of Merchants busy alleyways.

Day16 : El Jadida to Casablanca airport.

Depending on your time departure, we will you to the airport in Casablanca.



sixteen days Casablanca tour
  • Pick up & drop off from hotel / Transport in A/C Vehicle
  • English speaking driver / Guide
  • Camel trek to and from the desert camp
  • Night in desert camp with dinner /breakfast
  • Accommodation in Hotels / riads with breakfasts
  • Dinners during the tour as mentioned in itinerary


sixteen days Casablanca tour
  • Drinks
  • Lunches
  • Entry Fees for Monuments