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The 12-day Morocco tour from Marrakech starts and ends in Marrakech. The tour focuses on the most interesting places to visit.

The trip starts in Marrakech and goes through the High Atlas Mountains. It goes to the Ouarzazate Cinema Studio and the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. It also spends the night in the Dades Valley.

Following that, you will see the Toudra Gorges and have the chance to spend two days in the Merzouga desert. You will ride a camel and see different parts of the desert on a special day.

Before you get to Casablanca, you will also go over the Middle Atlas Mountains to see the UNESCO site of Volubilis and the royal city of Meknes. Based on when your flight is, the 12-day Morocco Tour ends in either Marrakech or Casablanca.


The best 12-Day Morocco tour from Marrakech

Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech

When people arrive at Marrakech’s airport, they are quickly taken to any hotel they choose in the city’s busy center. After the trip, there is a lot of free time for tourists to relax, pick out their accommodations, and get used to the unique atmosphere of Marrakech.
This is a great time to relax and get used to the new place, which will make it easier to enjoy the rich cultural tapestry that this interesting Moroccan spot has to offer. This first part of your trip gets you ready for an interesting and memorable stay in Marrakech, whether you want to relax or learn about the city’s past.

Day 2: Tour of Marrakech with a guide

Get your 12-day tour of Morrocco off to a great start on the second day. Start the day off right with a tasty breakfast at the hotel. This will set the tone for a fun day of exploring the lively city of Marrakech. Go on an interesting tour of the city’s cultural center. Start at the famous Jemaa el-Fna square, where street performers, singers, and sellers selling brightly colored goods make the atmosphere lively. Take a stroll through the Majorelle Gardens, created by French artist Jacques Majorelle, after lunch.

The Bahia Palace is the next stop. It shows us the rich history and traditions of Moroccan buildings. The next stop is the famous Koutoubia Mosque, which gives a deep look into the city’s spiritual history. You have free time in the afternoon to fully experience the lively native way of life by exploring the medina’s narrow streets and busy souks. As the day comes to a close, go back to your hotel and think about all the fun and interesting things that Marrakech has given you.

Day 3: Marrakech, Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, and Gades Valley.

Our 12-DAY MOROCCO TOUR FROM MARRAKECH  starts with a pick-up from your hotel in the morning on the first day. You will then be taken out of Marrakech and toward Dades Gorge. Ascending the high Atlas Mountains through the Tizi-in-Tichka pass (2260 m), stopping along the way to take pictures of Berber villages and their beautiful scenery and to enjoy the view.

By the afternoon, we’ll have reached the Kasbah of Ait Ben-Haddou, which is a UNESCO-protected world heritage site and has been the setting for many Hollywood movies, such as Game of Thrones and Gladiator. It is a famous and important spot in Morocco.

After lunch at one of the Kasbah’s restaurants, we go to Ouarzazate to see the Atlas Film studio. This is where many famous movies were made, such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Jewel of the Nile, The Mummy, Kingdom of Heaven, Asterix & Obelix, Mission Cleopatra, and more. Take a short walk around the Kasbah of Taourirt, which is Morocco’s most beautiful defense.

Our next step is to follow a road through the Skoura Valley, which is also called the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs and the Roses Valley because of its rose water and small-scale distillation facilities. This will lead us to the Dades Gorges. We’ll get to Dades Valley in the late afternoon, and you’ll stay the night in a hotel there.

Day 4: Visit the Dades Gorge, the Todra Gorges, Arfod, and Merzouga.

After breakfast in the morning, you will have time to see the beautiful Dades Valley before we continue our drive to the Sahara Desert. We’ll be going through the Dades Valley, which is a green paradise full of farms and palm trees. The first stop in Tinghir will be the famous Toudgha Gorges, which are gorges that rise about 300 meters above the ground.

People who like to rock climb like to go there, and Moroccan families have picnics by the river there. You will be able to walk along the river and take pictures before we continue our trip. The pit stop will be in Tinjdad for lunch. We’ll keep going to Jorf Village, where you can check out the underground watering system.

Then they went to Arfod, a city full of fossils. After that, we’ll go to the Merzouga Desert. You’ll see the beautiful Erg Chebbi sand dunes along the way. They are the largest dunes in North Africa. You can’t help but be amazed at how quickly they rise from the dry floor. When you get to the desert, you’ll ride your camel across the tall Erg-Chebbi dunes.

From the top of a high hill, you can see a beautiful sunset. You can watch the sunset and take pictures before you go to the desert camp. Nomads from the area will play Berber music for you to enjoy under a clear sky after a delicious dinner. There will be a night’s stay at the camp.

Day 5: All about exploring the desert.

On the third day of our 12 DAYS IN MOROCCO TOUR FROM MARRAKECH Our trip today will take us to the Erg Chebbi, which is the biggest dune system in Morocco’s desert. After breakfast, we’ll go to Khamlia town to see a dance show and listen to traditional African music called Gnawa.

Next, we’ll cross the hamada (black desert) and head toward the town. There, we’ll stay with Berber migrant families in their tents. along with having tea together. You can find more ocean fossils in dry rock if you drive further into the desert. After that, go back to your hotel.

After taking it easy at the hotel, you’ll get on your camel and ride across the tall Erg-Chebbi dunes. From the top of a high hill, you can see a beautiful sunset. You can enjoy the sunset and take pictures before you get to the desert camp. Nomads in the area will play Berber music for you to enjoy after a delicious dinner under the stars. We are going to camp tonight.

Day 6: Merzouga, the Rissani Market, Midelt, and the Medina of Fes

Today, you should get up early to enjoy the beauty of the desert morning. Saddle up your camel and ride back to Merzouga after breakfast. There, you’ll meet our driver and leave for Fes. The first stop will be the Rissani market, where people from the area can buy and sell food, animals, and traditional clothes.

Here, you’ll have the chance to check out the neighborhood. Then we’ll go to Erfoud, which is famous for its preserved rocks. Our first stop will be at the joint fossils. Then we’ll go to Ziz Valley to take pictures of its wide views. Midelt will eat lunch on time.

Later, we’ll go to Azrou to take pictures of the wild monkeys that live in the Cedarwoods bush. Take Ifrane (also known as “the Switzerland of Morocco”) to get to Fes. Our driver will take you to your Fes Medina hotel and drop you off.

Day 7: A Tour Guide Takes You Around Fes Medina All Day

Today is the day to learn about Morocco’s spiritual city. You’ll meet your guide in the medina after breakfast and start your tour from the outside. from the Merenid tombs, taking in the beautiful view of Medina. After seeing the city’s most important sights, keep exploring the neighborhood by looking at the city’s beautiful features, like the marble Nejjarine Fountain, and going on a tour of the Medieval Schools (Medersas), which were built in the 13th century.

Seeing the blue pottery of the Bab Boujloud entrance, the Mellah in the Jewish Quarter (from the 14th century), the Royal Palace Gate, and well-known churches like the Quaraouiyine Mosque (built by Fatima el Fihri in 869) and the Andalusian Mosque (built in the same year).

After that, you’ll walk through the twisting streets that are lined with Berber rugs and other Moroccan arts and crafts that are very carefully made. The pottery cooperative, the big tanneries in Chouara, and the Medersa Seffarin are also great places to see traditional Moroccan crafts. This is where metalwork and other intricately painted building masterpieces are made. Check in to your riad for the night.

Day 8: Fes to Chefchaouen

After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, begin a new part of your journey towards Chefchaouen, taking in the beautiful scenery as you go. With its beautiful setting in the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen, the famous “blue city,” is ready to welcome you. Once you get there, you can go at your own pace and enjoy exploring this interesting place. Take in the peaceful atmosphere that is unique to Chefchaouen as you look at the painted houses and walk through the cute blue-colored alleys.

The beautiful mix of gravel walks and blue tones makes this city feel very peaceful and beautiful. It’s a great place to take your time and enjoy a tour. Walk slowly along the blue-cobblestone streets and take in the city’s unique design and rich culture. Chefchaouen is a place you won’t soon forget.

Day 9: Chefchaouen to Casablanca

Before you leave for Casablanca, the modern Moroccan city, make sure you finish checking out of your hotel and eat a hearty breakfast. The beautiful Hassan II Mosque is the first place you should go. It is a great example of building and a symbol of the beauty of the country. With the Atlantic Ocean in the background, this landmark’s fine features and huge size are sure to amaze.

After seeing the mosque, you can take a walk through Casablanca’s bright streets to see its different areas and busy markets. Enjoy the lively atmosphere of this mixed city, where modern life and old traditions live together peacefully. You can enjoy a fascinating mix of history and modernity in Casablanca, whether you’re walking through the shops or getting to know the local culture. You can enjoy the freedom to discover the city’s unique charm before ending your day of activities in this beautiful Moroccan spot.

Day 10: Casablanca City tour

Take a full tour that lets you dive into the city’s rich mix of custom and technology, and you’ll have a fascinating time exploring Casablanca. The famous Hassan II Mosque is a great place to start your trip. It is a tribute to Morocco’s cultural history and a masterpiece of modern building. Take a look at this beautiful building against the Atlantic Ocean and admire its fine details and great grandeur. As you walk around Casablanca, take in the interesting way that old and new coexist. Check out the city’s changing scenery, where new buildings and old landmarks coexist.

Learn about the interesting contrast between traditional ways of life and fast-paced city life by visiting the lively markets and living areas that show off Moroccan culture. This tour looks like it will be very interesting and help you really understand what makes Casablanca unique, which is its well-balanced mix of modern style and old-fashioned charm.

Day 11: Casablanca to Marrakesh

This morning after breakfast before we leave for Marrakech, you are allowed to walk along the Corniche and look out at the Atlantic Ocean. You will have free time in the afternoon to see more of Marrakesh and the UNESCO World Heritage Site that is Djeema el Fna Square.

People who sell water, paint, snake charmers, and tell stories can be found in the area. Also, go to Morocco’s biggest traditional souk. For a long time, it has been a safe place for artisans to work with wood, metal, and spices. Stay the night in a hotel or Riad

Day 12: Marrakech Airport:

Our driver will take you to the airport today, depending on what time your flight leaves. Our services for 12-DAY MOROCCO TOUR FROM MARRAKECH are now over.


12-Day Morocco tour

Everything Included:
  • Comfortable air-conditioned conveyance.
  • Expert local guide on Moroccan culture.
  • Stay in riads or desert camps.
  • Moroccan food throughout all meals.
  • Camel journey in the Erg Chebbi dunes.
  • Tours of Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, Todra Gorge, etc.
  • Sahara Desert sunsets and sunrises.
  • Cultural desert camp entertainment.
Not Included:
  • Air travel abroad.
  • Personal spending, snacks, and drinks.
  • Optional activities are not on the schedule.
  • Tips and gratuities.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Unincluded entrance costs.

If you can’t find the ideal tour package with us, contact Berber Trips. We are a specialized travel agency offering tailor-made tours that cater to your interests, expectations, and budget. 

With our expertise, local knowledge, and passion for travel, we provide personalized service that guarantees an enjoyable journey. 

Whether it’s a solo adventure or a group excursion, we create a perfect itinerary that fulfills all your wishes. Contact us today!

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