7 Days Morocco Tour is a dream come true experience; this seven days tour will take you around nice places in Morocco, the Sahara Desert, well-known cities like the Blue City of Chefchouan, the Atlas mountain, high, medium, and low, the busy Fes and Marrakech city, the biggest Hassan II mosque in Morocco, in Casablanca, the ruins of structures dated back 16th century and many interesting locations.

The highlights might be of course the desert with a wonderful camel ride, but also especially the fresh air in Chefchaoun and the breathtaking scenery of the Atlas Mountains.

Morocco itinerary one week – A quick highlight

If you’re looking to explore a new country and experience a different culture, then Morocco is the perfect destination. With its unique blend of African, Arab, and European influences, there’s so much to see and do. And, with a Morocco itinerary one week, you can easily explore the country’s highlights.

  • Start your trip in Marrakech, the vibrant and imperial city of Morocco,
  • Explore Major Kasbahs including kasbah Teleout and the Unesco site of Ait Benhaddou.
  • Also, visit the majestic valley of Roses and Dades Gorge
  • Next, drive to Merzouga to see the Erg Chebbi dunes for a once-in-a-lifetime desert experience.
  • Then head to Fes, the country’s cultural capital. Here you can explore the world’s largest medieval city,
  • You can also take a day trip to the nearby city of Meknes, where you can see the Roman ruins of Volubilis.
  • wander around the narrow streets of blue city-Chefcaoune
  • Continue to Rabat. Here you can explore the ancient medina, visit the Royal Palace
  • Finish your trip to Casablanca.

With a 7 Days Morocco Tour, you can easily explore the country’s highlights. So, start planning your trip today!

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7 days in Morocco Itinerary – Trip from Marrakech to Casablanca


What to Bring

 Comfortable clothing and shoes, Sunscreen, Hat, Sunglasses,  Water Bottle, camera, and Power bank!
Camel ride, private tents, and sandboarding
Transportation: 4×4 Toyota land cruiser or minivan with A/C
Dinner and Breakfast at Desert Camp
English-Speaking Driver
Local Guide included in Fes
Room with A/C heater in Dades gorge with dinner and breakfast
Visit nomad Berber family
Pick and Drop off from your accommodation or airport.
Lunch and Dinner

Day 1: Marrakech – Ait Benhaddou – Ouarzazate –Skoura– Rose valley – Dades Gorge

Your first day of adventure begins in Marrakech, one of the country’s most vibrant cities. where our driver will catch you at 8:00 am from your Hotel and takes you from the historic route to Kasbah Telouet through the High Atlas Mountains, where you’ll get to see some amazing views along the way.

Once you arrive in Telouet, you’ll be able to explore the Kasbah Telouet, a spectacular mountain fortress that was once the home of the Glaoui clan, one of the most powerful families in Morocco, and his old palace.

When you will arrive at the palace, you’ll absolutely mesmerized by its beauty. However, it is now in ruins but still an amazing place to visit. Although views from the top are truly incredible, the palace itself is just as impressive.

Next, you will head to Ait Benhaddou, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a large earthen fortress that was once used as a granary. The fortress has been abandoned for many years. However, its unique architectural style and historical significance will still fascinate you as it has been used as a filming location for more movies than any other location in the country. Films such as Jewel of the Nile, Lawrence of Arabia, Game of Thrones, Jesus of Nazareth, and most recently The Gladiator have all been filmed here.

After that, you will drive to Ouarzazate a city in southern Morocco that is known for its film studios and as a gateway to the Sahara Desert followed by Skoura palm oasis to Amridil which is the largest kasbah in the Sahara desert. That is also featured on Morocco’s 50-Dirham banknote.

Then, you will head toward the rose valley(Kelaa M’Gouna), the epitome o rose production. Moreover, Rose water, rose oil, rose creams, and rose soaps are all produced in the valley, and they are prized for their therapeutic and cosmetic properties so you can buy them from its local market.

Finally, you will drive up to Dades gorge a spectacular canyon, carved out by the Dades River. The walls of the gorge rise up to 1,000m in places, and the views are simply breathtaking.

You will also get a chance to explore plenty of orchards and adobe forts, as well as some really fascinating rock formations where you can hike a couple of hours along the gorge, before returning to Riad located in Dades valley, so you can really take in all the beauty of this place.

Day 2: Dades Gorge – Todra Gorge – Merzouga – Erg Chebbi

After a leisurely breakfast, you will head east to Tinghir, a market town located in a beautiful valley where you can take a walk through the town’s adobe kasbah and get a taste of the local culture.

Then it’s off to the Todgha Gorge, Morocco’s version of the Grand Canyon. The gorge is 600 feet high and the walls are a staggering 300 meters tall in some places. It’s truly an amazing sight.

After enjoying the views, you will continue on to Tinjdad, where you visit the Berber Museum. Since This museum is dedicated to the Berber people, who have lived in this region for centuries you’ll learn about their culture and way of life, and see some of the unique artifacts that have been passed down through the generations.

After lunch, you drive through the desert scenery and the volcanic mountain and stop to admire the ancient network of underground waterways that was used to bring water to the oasis

Our last stop before heading to Merzouga will be in Tafilalet, where you’ll visit the ruins of Sijilmassa which was once a thriving center of trade, and its ruins are a testament to its former glory. However The city was abandoned in the 17th century, and its ruins have been slowly crumbling ever since. But there’s still plenty to see, including the remains of the city walls, the great mosque, and the palace.

Next, you then continue on to Merzouga, where you will arrive in the early evening where the local guide awaits for you to take you for a 1-2 hour camel trek into the desert to watch the sunset across the landscape however you can walk on the Erg Chebbi dunes barefoot to enjoy the best moment of the desert tour with more joy. However, you may also visit the nearby Berber village and meet the locals.

Once you arrive at the desert camp your guide will serve you the traditional mint tea and a dinner of tagine, and you’ll have the opportunity to sleep under the stars in a Nomad desert tent.

Day 3: Erg Chebbi – Merzouga – Midelt – Azrou – Ifrane- Fes

In the morning, you will rise early to watch the sunrise over the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi, before returning to camp for breakfast. Then it’s time to take the wheel and head out into the palm-filled valley of Erfoud to Ziz. You’ll definitely want to spend some time exploring all it has to offer.

After that, it’s time to hit the road again. This time, you’ll head north into the Eastern High Atlas. The views here are incredible – miles and miles of multi-hued expanses. And in the midst of all this beauty is Midelt which is a perfect place to stop for lunch. There are plenty of great restaurants to choose from, and you can really soak in the local atmosphere.

After lunch, it’s time to hit the road again. But this time, you’re headed for the capital city of Rabat.

As you make your way through the Middle Atlas Mountains, you’ll come across a troupe of Barbary Macaques waiting by the side of the road. These monkeys are known for begging for food from passersby, so be sure to have some snacks on hand to feed them. Further, into the mountains, you’ll see native Atlas cedar trees. These trees are used for the roofs and screens of mosques and palaces across the country.

Eventually, you’ll reach the mountain station of Ifrane, known as the Switzerland of Morocco. This picturesque town is the perfect place to take some photos and soak in the beauty of the country.

After spending some time in Ifrane, you’ll continue your journey to Fes. Drop-off at your Riad or hotel will be around 6 pm.

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Day 4: Fes sightseeing

On the fourth day of 7 days tour, after breakfast at your riad, you will be received by the local guide who will take you to explore Fes one of the oldest and imperial cities of Morocco. It’s a place where the past and present collide, and where you can really get a sense of the country’s history and culture.

As you walk through the streets of Fes el Bali, we’ll get a sense of what life was like in medieval times. The city is a maze of narrow alleyways, and many of the buildings date back centuries.

Though, you will visit some of the city’s most important landmarks, including the Kairaouine Mosque, the world’s oldest university; the Medersa Bou Inania, a beautiful 14th-century madrassa; and the Nejjarine Fountain, one of the city’s most iconic landmarks.

There’s so much to see and do in Fes, from exploring the ancient medina to checking out the modern art scene. And of course, no visit to Fes would be complete without trying some of the city’s renowned cuisine.

After a busy day of sightseeing, you will visit the famous tanneries and souks before heading back to our hotel for a well-deserved rest.

Day 5: Fes – Volubilis – Chefchaouen

After breakfast, you will set out to explore the Chefchaouen. Along the way, stop to see the ruins of the ancient city of Volubilis.

Then it’s off to Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains founded by Moorish and Jewish refugees who were fleeing the Spanish Inquisition., often called the blue city because of the blue-painted buildings. You’ll explore the city, and wander through the markets, and winding alleyways.

Also, you will visit Medina, the old city center, a great place to wander and get lost in the narrow streets and enjoy the views from the lookout point. Be sure to haggle with the local vendors and try some of the delicious street food!

After that, you will also explore the Blue Mosque, one of the town’s most iconic landmarks, and is definitely worth a visit. Finally, you will be dropped at your Riad with breakfast.

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Day 6: Chefchaouen– Rabat – Casablanca

Departing from Chefchaouen, you will travel to Rabat, the capital city of Morocco. Your first stop will be the Hassan Tower, an unfinished minaret that was meant to be the largest in the world.

Next, you will visit the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a mausoleum that contains the tomb of the Moroccan king, and see the modern art museum and later wanders through the gardens of the royal palace.

Afterward, you will visit the Oudaya Museum and the Andalusian Gardens. Further, you will also see the Mechouar, the ceremonial square in front of the Royal Palace.

In the afternoon, you will take a walking tour to explore the Old Medina of Rabat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where you will stroll through the streets and see the shops and homes of the people who live there.

Then, you’ll drive to Casablanca, home to the largest mosque in Africa. You’ll tour the Hassan II Mosque, admire the Art Deco architecture of the central business district, and enjoy a final meal of Moroccan cuisine where you will see the neo- Moorish architecture of the United Nations Square

Later, you will stop to visit Rick’s Café, made famous by the film “Casablanca”. Further, you will walk along the Corniche, a promenade along the coast, and see the city’s skyline. Then, you will also visit the Old Medina of Casablanca, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Drop off at your hotel/riad in Casablanca.

Day 7: Casablanca – transfer to the airport or your accommodation

On the last day of the 7 Days Morocco Tour to Casablanca, you will have an early morning breakfast. Additionally, depending on your departure time, you may explore the sites you couldn’t do on day 6. transfer to Casablanca airport in time for your departure flight.

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