10 day tour from Marrakech

Best 10 day tour from Marrakech


Discover the wonders of Morocco on a 10-day tour from Marrakech. Explore the vibrant city of Marrakech, venture into the Atlas Mountains, and visit traditional Berber villages. Experience the magic of the Sahara Desert with a camel trek and a night in a desert camp. Immerse yourself in the historic city of Fes and wander through the blue streets of Chefchaouen. Don't miss this unforgettable adventure in Morocco. Book your tour today!

Itinerary of 10 day tour from Marrakech

Day 1: Pick up for Marrakech airport.

The first day of your 10 day tour from Marrakech begins with a pickup from the Marrakech airport. First, our travel company will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to your hotel, where you can have a rest. Later, you will have time to go exploring the city’s famous Medina and the site of the famous Jamaa El-Fna square.

Day 2: Touring Marrakech with a local guide.

 The second day of the 10 day voyage from Marrakech starts from your accommodation in Marrakech. First, a local guide will come to pick you up from your Riad in Marrakech and start your exploration of the Medina of Marrakech. During your tour of the Medina, you will visit the city’s historic quarter. The Saadian Tombs and the Bahia Palace are on the itinerary. Following, your guide will take you to lunch in the Medina.  Second, you will go to visit the famous Majorelle gardens with your local guide. At final, you will go back to your accommodation.

Day 3: Marrakech, Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate, and the Dades Valley.

Day 3 of the 10-day trip from Marrakech will begin at your hotel in Marrakech. The sights you’ll see today are among the most well-known and frequently visited in all of Morocco. The Tizin-Tichka pass, at an elevation of 2,260 meters, offers stunning views of the Atlas Mountains. Providing you with lovely scenery. The landscape consists of mountains, Berber villages, valleys, and oasis towns. In addition, we’ll make a detour there to give you a fantastic photo op. The Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has finally arrived. A prominent family of the 16th and 17th centuries called “the Glaoui’s family” claimed this land as their own.

A location that has attracted a sizable number of moviemakers. Movies like “Jesus of Nazareth” and “Indiana Johns” were filmed there. Your lunch break will occur either here in the historical district or at the next destination. The Atlas studios in Ouarzazate are the largest in Morocco and can be reached after 20 minutes in the mines. Many well-known films have been shot there. Examples include “Game of Thrones” and “Gladiator.” You’ll spend the night in Dades Valley (Boumaln Dades), but not before passing through various Berber towns, Kasbahs, and valleys.

Day 4: Journey through the Dades Valley, Todra Gorge, Erfod, and finally the Sahara Desert.

​Day 4 of your 10 day trip from Marrakech begins in the Dades Valley with breakfast. First, we will travel to our first stop, the magnificent desert oasis of Merzouga (Sahara Desert). Through Tinghir on the way to the Todra Gorges, the most impressive canyons in all of Morocco. After taking some photos at a rest stop, you’ll keep driving to Merzouga, stopping along the way for a tasty meal. Once we’ve finished lunch, we’ll continue on to Arfod, a small city in the southeast of Morocco that’s famous as the city of fossils; there, we’ll check out its Museum of the Fossils and Marbles.
Our driver will take you from Arfod straight to the camel stable, and then you’ll ride a camel to the camp, where you can take in the scenery of the dunes and the setting sun. When you return to camp from your camel ride, you will be greeted with tea. Following the meal, they will sing some traditional songs under the night sky. Don’t forget to watch the sunrise if you want to see it!

Day 5: Tour Merzouga Desert.

​On day five of the 10 day trip from Marrakech, you will begin after breakfast at the camp. First, you will ride a camel back to your car to meet your driver. Later, we will start the tour at the National Automobile Museum which is a museum for SUVs cars. Second, we will do is visit Khamlia village which is a village of ex-slaves of the Sahara Desert, we will have time to enjoy some local folklore (Gnaoua Music). Following, we will travel to an abandoned metal mine not far from the Algerian border that was exploited by France colony in 1940.

Afterward, we will drive to visit a local Berber nomadic family so that we can learn more about nomadic culture. Moreover, you will learn how these people set the standard for all nomads, from the layout of their tents to the methods they use for transportation and cooking. Later on, we will return to Merzouga where we will have lunch and visit an oasis of palm trees. At final, we will head to the hotel to relax after a journey in the Sahara Desert.

The Merzouga Desert to Fes visiting Rissani, Midelt, and Ifrane.

​Trip Plan for Day 6 of a 10-Day Trip to Morocco: You’re going to start a new trip right after breakfast. Today you’ll travel through the heart of Morocco, learning about new parts of our country along the way. We start in Rissani, with a trip to the local market and the tomb of My Ali Cherif. After that, we’ll get back on the road and stop at the Zize Valley overlook to take in the scenery. When we’re done here, you’ll drive us to Midelt for lunch. In order to get to Ifran from Midelt, you’ll first stop by a cedar forest to see some Berber monkeys (Morocco‘s Switzerland). It’s a short drive to your hotel in Fez after the intermission.

Day 7: Touring Fes Medina (city tour)

Day 7 of a 10-day trip to Morocco The adventure will begin in the morning after breakfast at your Riad or hotel. Discover the hidden gems of the Fes medina on your journey through what amounts to a very informative city guide. For over 350 of those years, Fes was the seat of the Moroccan government; today, it is home to the world’s oldest continuously operating university, Al Karouine.

You will also visit the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, the Nejjarine fountain, and the Tanneries with your guide. You will eat lunch in the Medina before continuing on to the Jewish quarter, “the Mellah,” where you can see one of Morocco’s few surviving synagogues. Your next stop after Medina will be at a ceramics workshop if you so choose. When you reach the lookout over the Medina, your trip will be over. There comes a time when you have to go back to your lodging.

Day 8: Fes to Chefchaouen through the Rif Mountains.

​The eighth day of the 10-day tour from Marrakech starts after you enjoy a traditional Moroccan breakfast at your Riad/hotel. We’re going to take a road trip up to Morocco’s north and visit its “blue pearl.” From Fes, the trip should take about four hours. We’ll have time for lunch by the time we get there, and then we can take a stroll through the picturesque streets of the historic district after we’ve finished our business at the resort. After our stroll, we’ll make our way to the hotel in Chefchaouen.

Day 9: Chefchaouen to Casablanca visiting Rabat.

​After breakfast at the Blue Pearle, we will drive to Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city, on the ninth day of your 10-day trip to Morocco. But before, we will visit the capital city of Morocco, Rabat, it is going to be a chance to visit famous attractions including, Oudaya Kasbah, Hassan Tower, and Mohammed V mausoleum. Following, we will resume to Casablanca to visit the third-largest mosque in the world—Hassan 2 mosque, which happens to be the largest in all of Africa. The latter is the only mosque that welcomes non-Muslims. After the tour, we can either return to your hotel or take a drive along the coast.

Day 10: Last day of the 10-day tour from Marrakech.

On the final day of your 10-day tour from Marrakech, we will leave Casablanca for the airport. If your flight is from Mohammed V airport, then it is going to take us 40 minutes from the city center. But if you are leaving from Marrakech, we will need 4 hours to get to the airport of Marrakech. At final, our 10 day journey from Marrakech ends after we drop you off.

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