4 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
Morocco Expedition offer a 4 days journey from Casablanca to Marrakech.
About This Tour
Morocco itinerary 4 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech includes and excludes:
Morocco itinerary 4 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech Highlights:
- Morocco’s imperial cities.
- Azrou’s cedar grove and Ifrane city.
- The valley of Ziz.
- Camping in the desert of Merzouga.
- Camel trekking in Merzouga.
- Gorges of Todgha
- Dades gorges himself.
- Ouarzazate, the city of movies.
Morocco itinerary 4 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech overview:
Our 4 day desert trip from Casablanca to Marrakech includes visits to numerous sights and landmarks in Casablanca, Rabat, and Fes, as well as camel riding in the Merzouga Sahara desert. Views of the Dades Valley and the Todra Gorges are included in the design.
The starry sky of your stay in the magnificent Berber towns constructed of adobe that cap the hills of the way to Dades gorges and Marrakech on your 4 day desert trip from Casablanca will undoubtedly be a memorable experience. There, you’ll witness some of the most breathtaking sights and be greeted warmly by the inhabitants.
Itinerary for our Morocco 4 days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech
First day: Casablanca to Fes.
The 4 days vacation will begin with a brief visit of Casablanca, Morocco’s commercial metropolis. We’ll see the exterior of the Hassan II Great Mosque, one of the most recognizable monuments in the Islamic world, and then take a short stroll along the Corniche… Several attractions may be seen depending on the time of your arrival.
We’ll then go to Rabat, Morocco’s capital. There is also the Hassan Tower and the magnificent Mohammed V Mausoleum.
We’ll depart for Fes late in the afternoon, traveling via Meknes and maybe pausing to see Bab Mansour, Moulay Ismail’s “Moroccan Versailles” built at the end of the 17th century, before continuing to Fes and settling into your hotel/riad.
Day 2: From Fes to the Merzouga desert.
After breakfast, we’ll pick you up from your hotel/riad and bring you to Ifrane, a Moroccan-style village with Swiss influences. Next, we’ll go to Azrou, where we’ll see the Middle Atlas Mountains’ and Morocco’s biggest cedar forests.
There may be Barbary Monkeys present. After lunch, we’ll continue on to Merzouga through Midelt and a stop at the magnificent Ziz Valley. We’ll arrive late in the day in Merzouga Sahara desert and begin our camel excursion to the Erg Chebbi desert camp.
You’ll spend the night and enjoy supper in our desert tents. The camp is well-equipped, and the Berbers provide delicious food. They also sing and perform Berber music under the stars.
Day 3: From Merzouga to Boumalne Dades.
We propose getting up early this morning to view the sunrise as part of our 4 days desert tour package, followed by breakfast and a shower at the camp. On our way to Marrakech, we’ll witness Morocco’s highest and narrowest gorges, the Tinghir and Todra Canyons.
Later, we’ll go to Dades Valley through the Dades Gorges, passing by amazing rock formations and exquisite castles. We’ll spend the night at a nearby hotel.
Boumalne Dades to Marrakech on Day 4.
We travel to Ouarzazate through the Dades Valley after breakfast. The Way of the Thousand Kasbahs in the Dades Valley provides an excellent picture opportunity.
We’ll visit the Taourirt Kasbah and Atlas Film Studios in Kelaat Mgouna, often known as the “Pink City” or “City of Roses” before arriving in Ouarzazate. Finally, we make our way to Marrakech through the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.
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A 4 days journey to remember!
Morocco expediton was a terrific four-day trip for me! Hassan maintained leadership at all times and went out of his way to help and listen to everyone in the group. We went on a dromedary ride, tented in a nomadic camp, and spent one night in the Sahara desert in a wonderful hostel in the middle of nowhere. In addition to the desert, we visited a variety of locations throughout our 4 days travel from Casablanca. We went to Marrakech and Fes. I highly recommend this firm for holidays to Morocco!
This expedition really caught me off guard! We were a group of five females who had no clue what we were in for. We were always treated like princesses, with everything kept hidden from us and no reason for anxiety! Hassan, our guide/driver, was invaluable! He speaks English, Spanish, and a number of other languages. We were always at ease with him, and he made the ride incredibly enjoyable and light! (This was a huge worry before the trip.) Thank you for a lovely holiday, Hamid and Hassan!
I went to Morocco by myself. I was first apprehensive since we had taught so much about Moroccan culture and proper female manners. They picked me up at the airport, and all of the tour guides were kind and informative. Among the languages I learned were Spanish, French, Japanese, and, of course, Berber. Their itinerary is great; I was able to explore the whole country and sleep in the desert in just four days and three nights. Our accommodations were excellent, with delicious lunches and breakfasts. Every restaurant we visited for lunch was excellent, clean, and provided traditional fare. It was also beneficial in that I did not have to spend nearly as much of the money I had paid for the excursion.
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Overview of stops during a 4 days excursion from Casablanca to Marrakech:
City of Casablana
Palm palms adorn the extensive streets of this metropolis, which also has stunning beaches and a vibrant populace. When you put it that way, isn’t it like a tropical vacation? In its oldest areas, modernity coexists with Muslim and Arabic heritages, while the remainder of the city retains numerous colonial antiques. The main tourist attraction is the Hassan II Mosque, the world’s second largest mosque.
The crimson city of Marrakech
This city combines historic and modern aspects to give visitors a one of a kind experience. In one area of Marrakech, you’ll discover dazzling colors, exotic fragrances, carriage excursions, and innumerable architectural wonders.
On the other side of the street, there are wide streets, gorgeous boutiques, and enjoyable areas. Two of the city’s tourist attractions are the Majorelle Garden and the Koutoubia Mosque. Aside from the lovely Jamaa El Fna square. It is both the biggest and most populous square in Morocco. There are several attractions to view, including snake charmers and monkey performances.
Fes, the city
Another tourist draw is this place, which has a history dating back to the thirteenth century. The architecture is stunning, and there are several things to see, including a huge and well-known medina and beautiful madrassas (Islamic schools). Not to mention Fatima Al Fihri’s Al Qarawiyin Institution, the world’s oldest university, which was established in 859.
Ouarzazate, the city of cinemas
Between Merzouga and Marrakech lies Morocco’s and Africa’s film city, as well as the gateway to the desert. Its name is derived from the Berber language and means “calm place.” It is a prominent destination in the Southeast, with an international airport and one of the world’s biggest solar energy installations.
Many filmmakers from across the globe visit the Atlas studios in Ouarzazate to shoot films or seasons of television series. Take, for example, the fifth season of Prison Break and the first part of the third season of Game of Thrones.
Kasbah Ait Banhaddou
The fortress of Ait Benhaddou is famous across the globe for its unusual clay construction. It was constructed by Thami El Glaoui, commonly known as the Atlas King and one of Morocco’s richest Bashas. Ait Benhaddou has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. It used to be the main rest station for camel caravans traveling to Tombouctou.
In today’s world, the settlement is devoid of inhabitants. On the opposite side of the river, facing the Ksar, there are a few houses. Furthermore, it has only been used by tourists and for the filming of movies and television programs in recent years. In this context, the American-British drama film “The Gladiator” comes to mind.
Sahara desert of Merzouga
The highlight of our 4 days excursion from Casablanca is Merzouga.
Without a doubt, the most memorable aspect of any trip to Morocco. Merzouga is a Moroccan hamlet in the southeast near the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. The name has two separate tales among the locals. To begin, some believe the name is derived from an ancient Merzoug family that originally lived in the region. Others, however, think the name alludes to an affluent region known in Arabic as Marzouka.
The Erg Chebbi sand dunes have an intriguing history. Legend has it that a tribe once lived in the region where the dunes currently stand. They were enjoying a happy and rich life. They began arguing over dinner one day after digging in. God punished them by unleashing a tremendous storm and buried them in sand dunes that may still be seen today. Despite the fact that this tale is still regarded a legend, some people, especially the elderly, believe it.
Merzouga is the central point of the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. It offers some of the most exciting activities, such as going on an adventure trip and exploring the surroundings. Camel rides may be taken through the lovely sand dunes.
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