Tours from Casablanca - Shared and private tours

Various Casablanca tours are available

Previous customers have requested that we tailor some of the excursions that depart from Casablanca, therefore we have done so. And as the Sahara desert is the primary attraction for tourists visiting Morocco. We designed all of the itineraries to travel to Merzouga, and some of them went to the Zagora desert as well. In addition, we are able to personalize tours of Casablanca to include stops at cultural, economic, and touristy areas.

Morocco desert trips from Casablanca’s destinations:


Casablanca, known for its low cost of living, has become a popular tourist destination thanks to our guided excursions. As a result, there will be a great deal of territory that we investigate. To begin, the most important and significant place is the mosque of Hassan II. This mosque is the only one in all of Morocco that welcomes visitors who are not Muslim. Second, there is the corniche of Ain Diab, which is a stretch of coastline that has opulent hotels, roadways, and dining establishments. Locals wander along this stretch of coastline. In addition, there is a place called Rick’s Café, which is both a bar and a restaurant; this is the location where the well-known film Casablanca was shot.


You will see the country’s capital, Rabat, on one of our desert trips that depart from Casablanca.

We will take you on a tour of Rabat, the nation’s capital, when you book one of our excursions departing from Casablanca. Many different places of interest may be visited in this area. To begin, the Hassan tower, also known as the Tour, is the unfinished minaret of an otherwise unfinished mosque that was supposed to be the biggest in the world. As it is, the structure is only 44 meters tall despite Yusuf Yaqub Al Mansur’s intention to have it commissioned to reach 86 meters in height. The next stop will be to the Kasbah of Les Oudayas, which is located close to the ancient Medina. In addition, we will visit Chellah, also known as Shalla, which is a medieval Muslim necropolis that has been defended.


Desert cruises departing from Casablanca and traveling via Tangier.

When you book a trip with us starting in Casablanca, you’ll get to see some of the greatest places we offer, including Tangier. Because of this, there are a great many attractions that we will have the opportunity to explore. The first thing that we are going to do is go inside the archaeological cave where Hercules once slept. This cave can be found near Cape Spartel, and the entrance is in the form of a map of Africa. The American Legation Museum in Tangier is another well-known attraction in the city; it was established to honor the close ties that exist between Morocco and the United States. Additionally, it is the United States’ very first property that is located outside of the nation. Thirdly, we will go down the coast to see the mosque on Cape Spartel, which is located on a point about 12 kilometers from the heart of Tangier. At long last, we shall go for a stroll in the ancient Medina’s souq.


With our departures from Casablanca, Chefchaouen is sure to be one of the highlights of your trip.

You will go to the blue gem of Morocco, Chefchaouen, on one of our tailored itineraries that departs from Casablanca. Because of this, there are a lot of things to do here even if you just have a little bit of time. To begin, Moulay Ali Ben Mousa Ben Rached El Alami constructed the Kasbah in Wetat El Hmam. This was the very first structure that he ever constructed. Rass El Ma, also known as the head of the water, is the second finest item we will see while we are in Chaouen, and its name literally translates to “the head of the water.” The Rif Mountains are the source of these quaint waterfalls, which may be found here. In addition to that, we are going to climb Jebel El Kalaa to have a better perspective of the city. The greatest waterfalls in the Rif mountains may be found in Chaouen, which is located 14 kilometers away from the Akchour waterfalls. Only our Morocco itineraries that are two weeks long include this site.


Tours departing from Casablanca will take you to the imperial city of Meknes, where you may see:

You will get the opportunity to learn about the captivating city of Meknes by taking one of our tours that departs from Casablanca. The first stop on our excursions that go from Chaouen to Meknes is Volubilis, where we will do some sightseeing. A ticket is required for entry into this location. Berbers are responsible for the construction of these Roman remains, which are now a protected Unesco Heritage site. About 20 kilometres in Meknes. There, you will go to a number of different sites. For example, the entrance of Bab el Mansour is sometimes opened so that it might serve as the location for exhibits. In addition to that, there is a tiny lake nearby known as Shrij Swani, also known as the Basin of the Norias. It is believed that Moulay Ismail had a large number of wives, and one of them requested that the family relocate to a city on the coast. As a result, he moved the ocean to where she was.


In addition, there is a jail known as Qara that is shrouded in mystery and is located not too far from the entrance of Bab el Mansour. It was constructed in the 18th century by Moulay Ismail, and to this day it is the only jail in the world that does not have any doors. Additionally, its passageways link to other corridors, making it very difficult to locate a route out once one is inside. Some people believe that the whole city of Meknes is buried under the earth, while others believe that it is just for 10 kilometers.


The inmates were thrown through the holes in the ceiling, which are still there today, and they were also fed via these holes. It is also stated that Moulay Ismail has created a director, and that if the convicts discover it, they would be released from their imprisonment. Not to add the fact that there were some French explorers who attempted to enter the prisoner and find out what the mystery was about, but regrettably, they were unable to exit the jail again. There are a lot of different ideas floating about regarding the jail. Some people believe that it is guarded by genies and sparrows, but we don’t really know for sure.


Excursions departing from Casablanca to see the city of culture, Fes:

We will take you on a tour to Fes, one of Morocco’s cultural and imperial capitals, as part of our Sahara desert excursions, departing from the city of Casablanca, which is known for its economy. In this area, there is a wide variety of both things to do and places to go.


To begin, the older portion of the city that attracts the most tourists has a number of gates. The most important gate is known as the blue gates, and it serves as the entry to the medina. As you approach the gate, there are two major streets on each side of you, and that are where most of the shoppers are. In addition, here is where the majority of the city’s most popular tourist destinations are located.


Due to the fact that it is the world’s oldest institution that is still in operation, the University of Al Qarawiyyin should be the first major attraction that tourists check out. In the year 859, Fatima Al Fihri was the one who constructed it. Second, the leather Chaouara Tanneries are a popular destination for travellers to check out and learn more about. People come to this place to get an insight of Fes as well as to observe how leather is created and purchased. Thirdly, the monarch owns 12 palaces, and one of them is located in Fes; hence, this city is also an interesting tourist destination. Forth, the Bor Nord, this one is for individuals who prefer trekking, as well as for persons who want an overview of the whole city of Fes and who want to watch the sunset.


You will have the opportunity to go to Al Qarawiyyin University on one of our excursions that depart from Casablanca. It is said to be the world’s oldest Madrassa that is still in operation today. Additionally, in the year 859, it was constructed by a woman named Fatima Al Fihri as a Madrassa, also known as a “school” to teach the Quran.


There are many more interesting locations to see in Fes, including as the Mellah, the Attarine, and the Garden of Jnan Sbil.


Our day trips from Casablanca will take you to some of Morocco’s most beautiful and pristine cities, like Ifrane.

Ifrane is often referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco. People go to this location on the weekends to snowboard and have fun. The city has been under French colonial rule ever since, and in the middle of it stands a monument of a lion representing the Atlas Mountains. A German prisoner worked hard to carve this lion so that he might buy his release and go home. It is the cleanest city in Morocco, and it is ranked seventh cleanest in the whole globe.


Atlas Mountains of Azrou are home to a beautiful cedar forest.

The cedar woodland in Azrou is going to be turned into a camping ground and a location to learn about the wildlife of Morocco. Barbary macaque monkeys are among of the creatures that can be seen here; these monkeys are friendly and like being fed and played with by visitors. In addition, there are deer in the forest; however, we are unable to view them due to the fact that they are scared of humans and there is a barrier preventing us from proceeding farther into the forest.


Erfoud is one of the destinations that may be reached on trips departing from Casablanca.

Erfoud is a tiny city located close to the Sahara desert town of Merzouga. It’s also a great place to stop by on one of our trips departing from Casablanca. People go to this location every October to take part in the worldwide event that lasts for three days carnival. Additionally, the city is well-known for the mineral fossils it contains, particularly trilobites.


Merzouga is the most exciting part of our travels that depart from Casablanca.

Merzouga is without a doubt going to be the most memorable part of our trips to Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech, and Tangier. You may go on camel treks and sleep out in Berber tents if you come here. Merzouga is a tiny town in the southeast region of Morocco. It is most well-known for the Erg Chebbi sand dunes and the Gnawa people that live there. In the event that you find yourself in Morocco, you shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to come here. With our schedule for two weeks in Morocco, as well as our other excursions, you will have the opportunity to spend one day in this city. As a result, you will get the opportunity to have a comprehensive experience during which we will take you to see nomads who live in tents. In addition to that, we will take you to see the immigrant flamingos at Srij Lake while we are there. In addition, there is a mine that produces both salt and mascara, and the location is well worth the time spent there.


The city of Rissani, which serves as Tafilalet’s capital.

The city of Rissani serves as the administrative center of the Tafilalet area. In order to get their wares like salt and mascara all the way here from Tombouctou, the Touaregs had to journey for fifty-two days. Additionally, as of recently, this has become the souk or market for the neighboring towns, such as Merzouga as an example. The Alaouiet dynasty was founded in this region long before its members relocated to the country’s major cities. In addition to this, Rissani is the only location where donkeys may be parked in a designated area. In addition, the locals of Rissani name their pita bread Madfouna. This bread is popular across the country.

The city features a gate that is quite similar to the blue gate in Fes, however the style is a little bit different.


The Todgha and Dades Gorges respectively

The photo shows the twists and turns of Tissedrine as it winds through the Dades Gorges. In this location, the American Cadillac vehicle set a new record by going up and down three hills in under three minutes and nineteen seconds. Because it is located between Merzouga and Marrakech, the majority of travelers choose to spend the night here on their way to or from either city. In addition, the gorges of Todgha Gorges can be found not far from Dades. These canyons have a height of around 300 meters, and only the force of nature can break through them.


Excursions departing from Casablanca to see the valley of rose blossoms

The rose valley in Kalaat Mgouna is the focus of an annual international festival that has the same name. At this location, in the month of May of each year, they have an international festival of rose blossoms. During this festival, they also choose the queen of Magouna, basing their decision on the candidate’s wit and charm. In addition, this location has a wide variety of beauty goods.


Excursions departing from Casablanca to Ouarzazate and Ouallywood

The city of Ouarzazate has been called the “Hollywood of Africa.” As a result of the high concentration of atlas workshops in the area, locals refer to it as Ollywood. Since of the High Atlas Mountains, actors have to fly in from Marrakech to this city’s international airport because they can’t drive through the mountains. In addition, Ouarzazate literally translates to “without noise,” since its name is composed of two words: “Ouar” means “without,” and “Zazate” means “noise.” In addition, this large town is well-known for the Kasbah of Taourirt, which derives its name from the Arabic term ksab, which may be translated as “bamboo.” To put it another way, the bamboo is used to construct the roofing of the Kasbah fortress. At addition, Ouarzazate is home to four film studios where they produce movies and lend out equipment so that others may produce movies in the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah. Additionally, the location was used for filming in the movies “The Living Daylights” and “Lawrence of Arabia.” In addition, the motion pictures Asterix as well as Mission Cleopatra.


The Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou is the most important attraction that our trips departing from Casablanca will take you to.

The Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou is Morocco’s most famous and well-known Kasbah. It is also the largest Kasbah in the country. A great number of visitors come to this location to climb to the top of the castle and take in the view. In addition to this, they end up finding it and learning how it was constructed.


To begin, this stunning construction served as a resting place for the Berber Touaregs on their way to and from Tombouctou to engage in the trade of salt. In addition, the area is home to the Ouad El Maleh river as well as a valley of the same name. To clarify, we are talking about salt or the river of salt. It is the marketplace in which people exchange their salt and other commodities, such as mascara. In addition, there are around seven storeys in the Kasbah, and at the very top is a chamber in which they store all of those excellent things for subsequent guests to use. Not to mention the fact that in order to come here and shoot movies, the actors borrow equipment from the studios in Ouarzazate. As an example, they filmed the well-known movies Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia there. Additionally, several of the components of


  • The Year 1963: Sodom and Gomorrah
  • Oedipus Rex was released in 1967.
  • 1975: The Year of the Man Who Would Become King
  • In 1976, The Message was published.
  • 1977’s version of Jesus of Nazareth
  • Marco Polo in 1982

There are quite a few further films that were produced here. When you go to the Kasbah, you should definitely stop by this very well-known attraction.


Our customized trips may transport you there from Casablanca, and you can explore the area with a native guide while trekking for around an hour.


The mountains of the Atlas range

There are three distinct kinds of Atlas Mountains. The top, the center, and the bottom of the range. The high ones are between Marrakech and Ouarzazate, while the medium ones are between Fes and the desert of Merzouga. The middle ones are also between Marrakech and Merzouga. The antique is farther south, coming from Agadir to Ouarzazate. It is located in this region. In addition, the High Atlas mountains are home to Toubkal, which is the highest peak in the region.


These mountains are the cause of the Sahara’s arid climate, whereas the western region is known for its abundant rainfall and verdant vegetation. To put it another way, they prevent the clouds from moving in the direction of the east. Because of this, the rainy season in the Sahara desert begins quite late. In addition, when you make your way from Marrakech to the desert, you will go via Tizi n Tichka, which is the most direct and quickest path to traverse the mountains. In the Atlas Mountains, about a half-hour drive from Marrakech, there is a cooperative of the argan oil that is one of the most renowned sites to explore. Our trips leave from Marrakech.


Discover Marrakech by taking one of our trips that depart from Casablanca.

One of Morocco’s imperial cities, Marrakech was founded in the 14th century. To put it another way, it was once a capital. In addition, our tours departing from Casablanca include excursions to the country’s other imperial towns, including Fes, Meknes, and Rabat, the country’s real capital. Amur n Kush, the two syllables that make up the name Marrakech, together signify “in the Berber country of God.” In addition to this, it is the third biggest city in Morocco, behind the economically significant Casablanca and the culturally significant Fes.


This location offers a diverse selection of activities and attractions for visitors. First, there is the well-known garden of Majorelle, which was designed by the French artist Jacques Majorelle and took him forty years to complete. It was named after him. After that, he opened it up to the general public and required a price in order to access. The Menara garden is the second stunning garden on our list, and it also has a pool. To put it another way, a lighthouse. However, despite its name, there is not really a lighthouse at this location. Not to mention the fact that construction on this garden began in the 12th century and that it may be found in the southern part of Marrakech.


Thirdly, the King of Morocco owns 12 palaces around the country, including one right here in Marrakech. On the other hand, he does not dwell here; rather, you can often find him in Rabat. Additionally, it is a good location to explore.


Fourthly, there is a stunning mosque in the photo called the Koutoubia mosque, and it can be seen in the picture. It has numerous names, among them, Jami ‘al-Kutubiyah. In addition, the Almohad dynasty, who ruled the region at the time, constructed it in the 12th century. Additionally, with a height of around 70 meters, it is Marrakech’s tallest mosque, and it is illegal to construct a mosque that is higher. In addition, Jamaa El Fna is often considered to be Marrakech’s most enjoyable public space for strolling about. People come to this location to shop, go to concerts, and watch other people interact with monkeys and snakes.


Tours to Essaouira from Casablanca

With departures from Casablanca, our desert trips now include Essaouira as an additional stop along the way. The temperature averages about 24 degrees Celsius, which is equivalent to 75 degrees Fahrenheit, making it an ideal destination for beachgoers throughout the summer. Additionally, Essaouira is a fantastic spot to visit any time of the year, but particularly during the winter when people flock here for the seafood. Not to add the fact that Essaouira is also known as the city of wind in Morocco. In addition, there is a wide variety of activities available here. Consider a trip to the ports of Citadel and Sqala, for example. In addition, due to the fact that the ancient Medina is a Unesco World Heritage Site, a lot of tourists flock to this location.


When people talk of Essaouira, you may hear the phrase “Mogador,” which literally translates to “Magdol.” That translates literally from Hebrew to “a tiny castle.”


The Zagora Desert is included on several of the tours that depart from Casablanca.

Merzouga in the Sahara desert, as well as Zagora, will be one of the destinations that you visit on one of our Morocco excursions. The second kind of desert does not have any sand dunes. On the other hand, many vacationers who do not have a lot of time to spend traveling to Merzouga choose to come here instead. Camel trekking and camping in traditional Berber tents are two activities that may be enjoyed in Zagora. The Ergs of the sand dunes are the sole thing that set these two communities apart from one another. In general, we do not personalize trips departing from Casablanca to Zagora; rather, we tend to do so for tours departing from Marrakech. You are welcome to get in touch with us in order to personalize your desert excursion from Casablanca to Zagora.


On the road from Marrakech to Zagora, you’ll pass the bends of Ait Saouen as well as the largest river in Morocco that is made up of date palms. Therefore, it is worthwhile to visit such locations as well.


In addition, Morocco is well-known for its valleys.

Ourika Valley: roughly 40km from Marrakech. To get away from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech for just one day and breathe in some fresh air, a lot of people choose to go on day trips from the city.

The Ziz Valley is home to one of the largest date palm populations in all of Morocco. About two hours of driving will get you there from Erfoud and the Merzouga desert. In addition, there is a national airport in the valley located in Errachidia, which is not too far away.

The Daraa Valley is the most important valley for the date industry in all of Morocco. When traveling from Merzouga to Marrakech through ait Saouen, we often find ourselves close enough to see it. In addition, while driving from Marrakech to the desert of Zagora.