Morocco itinerary 7 days tour


7 Days DAYS


Private Tours


Casablanca, Chefchaoune, Fes, Merzouga, Marrakech



This morocco itinerary 7 days tour is a combination of Morocco's history, culture and landscape. If you don't have enough time to do the Grand Tour of Morocco, The best Morocco tour is your first alternative. in This 7 day morocco tours You can visit the main imperial cities of Morocco, travel through the Kasbah trail and the old caravan route; visit Essaouira on the coast, and the isolated Berber villages. in This itinerary 7 days in Morocco starting in Casablanca, You will also ride camels and spend the night in the Sahara desert. During this trip you will learn about the history, the diverse culture, meet the locals and enjoy the fascinating landscape that Morocco has to offer.

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Day 1: Casablanca → Rabat → Chefchaouen

Welcome to Morocco !! Upon arrival in Casablanca, your guide will meet you to begin your 7 days tour in morocco. Once we leave the city, we have a journey of about five hours to reach Chefchaouen. If you arrive early, we could include a visit to the Hassan II Mosque. We drive north along the Atlantic coast to the imperial city and capital Rabat, where we can stop for lunch if required. Continuing, we reach the wooded slopes and the lakes, which means that we approach the blue city of Chefchaouen. You will stay in a typical hotel and spend the night exploring.


Day 2: Chefchaouen → Fes via Volubilis

Today, you have the entire morning to explore this unique medina's unique urban landscape. After lunch, we leave to visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis; An important city with many well-preserved artifacts. Passing through fertile farmland and villages, we arrive at the ancient city of Fez and its medieval medina. You'll spend the night here, and breakfast and dinner will be including.


Day 3: You will explore Fez with a local guide

This morning of our 7 day trip to morocco after breakfast in your riad, you will begin a sightseeing tour of the city with a local guide. This will provide more information about the city and its attractions. You will visit the Medina (old town) by walking. we will visit the Medersas Bouanania and Attarine built at the beginning of the 14th century by the Merinids, the Mosque and University Karaouiyne / Karaouine (the former educational center of Islamic learning) and the marble fountain Nejjarine. You will take a break for lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant. Continuing your visit, you will see the decorated door of Bab Boujeloud, the medieval tanneries, the Royal Palace. Next, visit the local markets (souk) where merchants and craftsmen sell their handmade jewelry, leather goods, copperware, and pottery. After the visit, you will be taken back to your riad.


Day 4: Fes → Ifrane → Azrou → Midelt → Ziz Valley → Erfoud → Merzouga

Leaving Fez, we go to the great cedar forests with their alpine villages of Ifrane and Azrou. In the forest, you will undoubtedly take a look at the macques monkeys that live there. Midelt is called the capital of Apple, because it grows many varieties. Lunch will be in this town. From there, the landscapes change many times, passing large rivers, mountains and palm groves. The Ziz Valley is an impressive sight. The next stop is at the Erfoud Fossil and Mineral Workshops. This region has unearthed numerous fascinating fossils, including dinosaur bones. You will start to notice the colors changing and soon you will see the dunes from afar. Arriving in the dunes of Merzouga, a welcome cup of mint tea will be waiting for you in your tent. Relax and enjoy your time, walk around the area and enjoy the silence of the desert.


Day 5: Merzouga → Rissani → Todra Gorge → Dades Gorge

A call for early attention ensures that the desert dawn is not lost; It is a magical spectacle that is worth waiting for. Leaving the desert behind, we stop first in the market town of Rissani, where you can visit its colorful souks. The nearby town of Sijilmassa had a significant role in the history of this region. We travel west to Tinejdad and Tinghir, passing through palm groves and adobe dwellings. From there we climb the mountains to see one of the wonders of nature; Gorges du Todra, this 300 meter high fault has at its feet a crystal clear river that has crossed the mountain to form this gorge. Back in the valley, we continue to Boumalne Dades and hit the road again to discover another incredible marvel at the Dades Gorges. Here you will spend the night in a local guest house with dinner and breakfast.


Day 6: Dades Gorge → Rose Valley → Ouarzazate → Marrakech

After breakfast, we will take you to see the amazing rock formations and kasbahs hidden in this gorge. Back in the Dades Valley, we continue our journey passing many adobe kasbahs and the Rose Valley, Leaving this valley, we pass the old palm grove of Skoura with some the most impressive kasbahs and arrived in Ouarzazate, the capital of cinema. There are several movie studios that have produced movies like Cleopatra. We continue to arrive at the famous Ksar of Aït Ben Haddou which was used in the film The Gladiator, as well as many other films. You can stop to explore the Kasbah and have lunch, In the afternoon, we cross the High Atlas Mountains, Berber villages and farms dot the hillsides and rivers carved into their path. We cross the Tizi n´Tichka pass at 2260 meters, level and descend on the return roads to reach Marrakech by night.


Day 7: Marrakech → Essaouira → Safi → El Jadida → Casablanca.

After your breakfast, we start this day of 7 day morocco tours which leads us to the spiritual city of Essaouira, a short visit to the medina and we continue our journey to Casablanca via the city of Safi (famous with its pottery and old fishing port) enjoying a beautiful view of the Atlantic Sea. Arriving in the city of El Jadida and having lunch. After that you will have the opportunity to visit the medina, the old Portuguese fort like Essaouira which knows with its great citadel, its bastions and Unesco as world heritage. Arrival in Casablanca and transfer directly to the hotel or to the airport depends on your return schedule. End of the morocco itinerary 7 days tour from casablanca imperial cities. End of our services.


What’s included

  • Private transfer in luxury vehicle TX air conditioned.
  • English / French speaking driver
  • Accomodation for 6 Nights Private Rooms ( Private Bathroom )
  • Dinner and breakfast are included with the overnights
  • Camel ride in Merzouga (Erg Chebbi)
  • Pick up & Drop off at your accommodation
  • Sandboarding
  • Typical hotels, Kasbahs, Riads (Nights)
  • No hidden costs
  • No forced Shopping

What’s not included

  • Lunches and beverages on the way.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Optional local guide at Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou (2 Euros per person).

Frequently Asked Questions

Is 7 days in Morocco enough?

We have a lot to see and experience. In seven days, it's possible to fully explore imperial cities as well as add an extra day for desert exploration or a city that's less well-known, like the forgotten city of Asilah or the forgotten city of Zagora.

How many days in Morocco is enough?

The optimal number of days to visit Morocco is between 7 and 10 days. A leisurely pace will allow you to see the country's main attractions in 7 days.

What are the best months to visit Morocco?

The most enjoyable time to visit Morocco is during the Autumn (September-November) or early spring (March-April). The weather is pleasant, but you will avoid the extreme temperatures of the scorching heat and cold nights. Regardless of the season, Morocco is special.

Is 7 days too long in Marrakech?

Seven days is the ideal duration of time for all that is to be experienced and accomplished in Casablanca or Marrakech and the surrounding desert. Additionally, one can explore the mysteries of the desert region. From its mosques, palaces and gardens to the indescribable atmosphere of its souk, every visitor's senses will be captivated after a few hours here.

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