On the Morocco trip, you will explore the best things in Morocco. Therefore, Morocco pleases the interest of most visitors without any exception. The country has always been at the top of some tourist list of places to visit. So, check out our 12-Day Morocco Itinerary, which includes visits to Marrakech, Fez, Casablanca, Chefchaouen, a Sahara Desert Tour, and other places and tourist attractions. If you start from Casablanca, you can take this Morocco trip of 5 days tour from Casablanca
Morocco Trip itinerary
Travelling by train in Morocco is extremely simple. And that is the primary mode of transportation throughout the country. You can take the train from Casablanca to Rabat on the first day. The ticket costs MAD 37.00 (USD 3.90) per person and the trip takes approximately 1 hour. Bring the tickets with you as well. When you arrive at Rabat station, you will go on foot to explore the city. Or, it is possible to plan private 10 days tour from Casablanca.
Day 1 – Rabat City Imperial City
The Royal Palace or Dar Al Mahkzen is the first stop. However, keep in mind that backpacks and professional cameras are not permitted on the Palace grounds. However, there is no place to leave them at the entrance. As a result, you may end up not entering the palace, and we continued walking to the Medina. Continue walking from the Medina to the Kasbah des Udayas and visit the nearby Lighthouse. There is a viewpoint overlooking the Atlantic Ocean at the Kasbah, and there are some people offering to guide you right outside the door, but we ended up doing everything on our own.
You walk through small streets that resemble labyrinths, which is why we get lost several times. The Mausoleum of Mohammed V is the final attraction in Rabat. The Hassan Tower is also located in the same complex (Hassan Tower). The setting is stunning! It is possible to spend a few hours there, taking numerous photographs, before returning to the station to catch the train back to Casablanca. The largest cities to visit in Morocco trip.
Day 2 – Casablanca City, The Largest City in Morocco
As many people arrive in Morocco here, getting to know Casablanca is usually part of the first or last day of their trip. They fly from Nairobi, Kenya, to Casablanca on a Royal Air Maroc flight. You should enjoy Casablanca on your first day, but if Lázaro’s backpack does not arrive on time, you will be unable to do so. So you plan to spend the morning of the second day exploring the city. However, you will realize that Casablanca has so many attractions that one morning will be more than enough to get to know the points of interest: the Medina and the Hassan II Mosque.
The Hassan II Mosque is a sight that will make anyone drool. It’s stunning, imposing, and impressive. It could also have cost more than 800 MILLION DOLLARS and tens of thousands of people to get it up and running in six years. Aren’t those impressive figures? Furthermore, everything about it is impressive: the size, the details, the architecture. Not only that, but Hassan II’s architecture and format are inspired by churches, synagogues, and even Hindu temples, unlike other mosques around the world. Because the goal was to create a space that would unite and welcome people of all faiths. You’ll adore the proposal! The entrance fee is MAD 120.00 (USD 13) per person. Every hour, guided tours are offered.
Day 3 – Chefchaouen City, The Blue Pearl City
You could spend the entire day exploring Chefchaouen. As a result, you will walk through the Medina and become lost in the labyrinths of Morocco’s blue city. You can also go to the viewpoint where the Jemma Bouzafar Mosque is located for a beautiful view of the city. The route to the viewpoint takes you outside the Medina and along the river that runs alongside the city. Then you can go to the Kasbah, which was built in 1497, and wander around the city until your legs hurt. Uta el-Hammam Square is direct across the street from the Kasbah. There are several cafes and restaurants there. There is also a tourist information centre in Chefchaouen. People, there are extremely helpful, giving you some recommendations for things to do in the city and surrounding areas, as well as a map.
Day 5 – Fes, The Imperial City
Today, you will take a bus to Fez in the morning. The company CTM also operates this route, but tickets are slightly more expensive, and the first departure was at 10:15 a.m. However, if you need to travel sooner, you can use another company. The journey takes 6 hours, and you arrive in Fez at 2 p.m. You can leave your bags at the Riad and go for a walk through the Medina. There is a hearty breakfast included in the Riads. You set out to explore the city after filling your stomachs.
Day 6 – Meknes The Imperial City
You can take a train to Meknes in the morning. The trip takes about 1 hour and costs MAD 22.00 (USD 2.20). The Medina in Meknes is unique in that it is not geared toward tourists. It adheres to the medina’s original concept of being a large market created by and for the local population. You’ll be there for a long time just walking around. You will also be familiar with Meknes’ Madrasa Bou Inania. You will also have the option of visiting Volubilis, the ruins of a Roman city near Meknes, on this day. However, keep in mind that the Meknès/Volubilis pairing is quite popular among travellers. It is possible to travel to Volubilis by shared taxi, which makes the trip less expensive. At the end of the day, you can the train back to Fez.
Day7 – Marrakech The Imperial City
After a hearty breakfast, you can take a train to Marrakech. The journey takes about 8 hours and costs MAD 206.00 (USD 21) per person. Yes, we will spend the entire day on the train. If you prefer, there is a night bus that follows the same route. This way, you won’t waste the day and you’ll save money on hosting.
Day 8 – Ouarzazate, the city of Cenima and Dades Valley
At 8 a.m., your guide will pick you up from your hotel in Marrakech and drive you through the Atlas Mountains. We’ll make a quick stop at Tizi-n-Tichka, the highest point on the road, before continuing through the winding curves. The scenery along the way is breathtaking! And because it was autumn, everything became even more lovely. Then you drive to Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The location was used for the filming of several films, the most well-known of which are Gladiator and the current super-popular series Game of Thrones. You continue your way to Dades Valley, where we will spend the night in a hotel. Hotels are very nice, with large rooms and a lovely balcony with a fantastic view. Dinner and breakfast are both included.
You’ll get up at 6:30 a.m. to watch the sunrise and eat breakfast, and you’ll be done by 8:00 a.m. Then continue on your journey to the desert. You will make a photo stop at Todra Valley before continuing on to Tinghir and stopping at Todra Gorges. A breathtaking location! Then we make a brief stop along the way at a small shop where you can take free photos in traditional Berber attire.
Merzouga Sahara in Next Day
It is impossible to miss the desert on your Morocco trip. You will only stop in Merzouga to drop off your backpacks. Late in the evening, take only what you need to spend the night in the desert camp. You can only wear a scarf and a jacket because you won’t be showering until the next day. You’ll come to a halt just before the camp to go sandboarding. You’ll see a beautiful sunset before heading to your Berber camp. You will have a delicious dinner in camo, as dinner is included in the package. Then you sit by the fire and listen to music.
Day 10, Retuen to Marrakech.
You get up at 6 a.m. to go to the hotel where you have left your backpacks. and you’ve had breakfast. You can pull over in the middle of the desert and watch the sunrise. After a few minutes of admiring this magnificent spectacle, you proceed to your hotel. A nice breakfast awaits you, which is included in the package, as well as a warm shower! You take the road to Marrakech with full energy.
Marrakech, Day 11
A full day in Marrakech is enough to get a sense of Morocco’s most visited city. You take a stroll through the Medina, Jemaa el-Fna Square, and the Koutoubia Mosque (or Koutoubia Mosque). You then move ahead to the Ben Youssef Madrasa and El Badi Palace. Next, you try to make time to visit the well-known Majorelle Garden. It’s one of Marrakech’s most beautiful spots. It is possible to spend another here to experience a day trip to other sites such as Ouzoud Waterfalls, Essaouira or Desert of Agafay. If you for a short trip from Marrakech to Fes, here is it 3 days tour from Marrakech to Fes.
Day 12 – Airport
you can use the airport in Marrakech or Casablanca where you can end your Morocco trip.
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