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Our 8-DAY MOROCCO TOUR FROM MARRAKECH is an exceptional way to discover the most fascinating sites in the country.

During this tour, you will have the chance to explore the breathtaking High Atlas Mountains and stop at iconic destinations such as Ouarzazate and Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.

You will also have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the Dades Valley, where you will spend a magical night under the stars.

In addition to that, you will visit the historic Toudra Gorges and the magnificent Merzouga Desert, where you will enjoy two full days on a majestic camel ride.

But that’s not all; the adventure continues as you travel to Volubilis and the splendid royal city of Meknes via the Middle Atlas Mountains.

You can end your thrilling 8-day Morocco tour in Marrakech or Casablanca, depending on your flight schedule.

This tour is perfect for adventure-seekers and those who want to experience the beauty and magic of Morocco firsthand. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity!


The best 8-Day Morocco tour from Marrakech

Day 1: Ouarzazate – Dades Valley – Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech

After picking you up from your lodging in the morning, our corporate driver will take you out of Marrakech and into Dades Gorge. crossing the Tizi-in-Tichka pass (2260 m) to reach the high Atlas Mountain range, stopping along the route for breathtaking views and once-in-a-lifetime photographs of Berber towns and their breathtaking surroundings.

By the afternoon, we will arrive at the Kasbah of Ait Ben-Haddou, a UNESCO-protected world heritage site and the setting for several international motion pictures, such as Gladiator and Game of Thrones. It is among the most well-known and significant locations in Morocco.

After lunch at one of the local restaurants in the Kasbah, we go to Ouarzazate to see the Atlas Film studio. This is the location of many famous movies, such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Jewel of the Nile, The Mummy, Kingdom of Heaven, Asterix & Obelix, Mission Cleopatra, etc. Wander around the Kasbah of Taourirt, Morocco’s most impressive fortress, for a short while.

Then, to reach the Dades Gorges, we follow a route that passes through the Skoura Valley, often referred to as the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs and Roses Valley, which is well-known for its rose water and artisanal distillation facilities. You will spend the night at a motel in Dades Valley once we reach there in the late afternoon.

Day 2: Arfod – Merzouga (Erg Chebbi) – Dades Gorge – Todra Gorges:

After breakfast in the morning, you will have time to explore the breathtaking Dades Valley before we continue our drive to the Sahara Desert. We’ll pass through the lush Dades Valley, which is home to many palm trees and farmers. The first destination in Tinghir will be the well-known Toudgha Gorges, which are situated around 300 meters above the earth.

Rock climbers consider it to be a popular spot, and Moroccan families enjoy picnics by the river there. You will have time to take some photographs and wander along the canal before we continue on our tour. The pit stop will be at Tinjdad for lunch. After that, you may investigate the underground irrigation system as we go to Jorf Settlement.

Next, to Arfod, a fossil-rich city. After that, we’re going to the Merzouga Desert. The Erg Chebbi sand dunes, the highest in North Africa, are a sight to see as you travel along. Their abrupt emergence from the parched bottom never ceases to amaze you. Once in the desert, you will ride your camel across the towering Erg-Chebbi dunes.

You will be able to see an amazing sunset atop a large dune. You’ll have time to watch the sunset and snap some photos before you go to the desert tent. You can listen to local nomads perform Berber music outside under a brilliant sky after a delicious meal. There will be an overnight stay at the camp.

Day 3: Today you will Be Experiencing the Desert and Its Environment.

Our trip today will focus on the Erg Chebbi, the biggest dune formation in Morocco’s desert. After breakfast, we’ll go to Khamlia village to see a dance performance and listen to traditional African music known as Gnawa.

Following that, we’ll go toward the village over the hamada, or black desert, and camp in tents with Berber nomad families. in addition to having tea together. Discover further saltwater fossils encased in dry rock by venturing farther into the desert. Next, get back to your lodging.

After unwinding at the hotel, you will mount your camel and ride it over the towering Erg-Chebbi dunes. You will be able to see an amazing sunset atop a large dune. You’ll have time to snap photos and savor the sunset before arriving at the desert camp. Local nomads will serenade you with Berber music under the starry sky after a delicious supper. We are going to camp for the night.

Day 4: Fes Medina, Ifrane, Cedar Forest, Rissani Market, Merzouga, and Midelt

Today is the perfect day to wake up early and take in the beauty of the desert dawn. After breakfast, you will mount up and ride your camel back to Merzouga. There our driver will pick you up and take you to Fes. The first stop will be the Rissani market, where residents may buy and sell fruit, cattle, and traditional clothing.

Here, you will have the chance to explore the area. Next on our itinerary is a visit to Erfoud, a town renowned for its petrified marbles. We’ll make a stop at the cooperative fossils before heading to Ziz Valley, where we’ll pause to take photographs of its expansive vistas. Midelt is going to have lunch promptly.

Later, we’ll go on to Azrou to take pictures of the wild monkeys that inhabit the Cedarwoods forest. journey from Ifrane (the Moroccan Switzerland) to Fes. Our driver will deliver you to your Fes Medina lodging.

Day 5: Full Day Discovering Fes Medina With A Local Guide.

With a local guide, your visit today will focus on learning about Morocco’s spiritual capital. After breakfast, you will meet your local guide to start your tour of the historic Medina from the outside. Gazing over the splendid view of Medina from the Merenid tombs.

After viewing the most important sites in the city, continue your journey in the area by taking in the stunning fountains of the city, including the mosaic Nejjarine Fountain, and exploring the Medersas (Korean schools), which have been there since the 13th century.

include the 14th-century Mellah “in the Jewish Quarter,” the Royal Palace Gate, the Quaraouiyine Mosque—built by Fatima el Fihri in 859—and the Andalusian Mosque—built in 860—as well as the blue ceramics of the Bab Boujloud doorway.

Following that, you’ll meander through the narrow streets lined with a range of various Moroccan arts and crafts, as well as finely woven Berber carpets. The pottery cooperative, the big tanneries in Chouara, and the Medersa Seffarin, where metal and other elaborately embellished architectural masterworks are manufactured, are additional places to observe traditional Moroccan crafts. Spend the evening at your riad.

Day 6: Rabat – Casablanca – Volubilis – Fes:

After breakfast, our driver will pick you up from your riad in Fes. Next, take a drive to Meknes, where we will make our first stop at the Roman remains of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, you will explore the impressive partly excavated mosaics, monuments, arches, and columns while snapping pictures with a local guide.

The second destination is Meknes, where you can explore the charming medina and marvel at its magnificent doors, such as Bab Mansour, a huge gate mosaic tile, and the enormous Heri es-Souani, a complex that was formerly home to food stores and stables. Next, visit the mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Isma.

Then, after the Caliph’s death, we will visit Rabat, the capital of Morocco, to view the Hassan Mosque and Tower, which were constructed in the twelfth century but left incomplete. When you visit the mausoleums of Hassan II (who passed away in 1999) and Mohammed V (who passed away in 1961), you will be enamored by the exquisite Moroccan carvings and Zelig tilework.

Next, go for a walk around the Oudaias Kasbah. We leave in the late afternoon and go to Casablanca. Stay at a hotel for the night.

Day 7: Marrakesh To Casablanca:

After breakfast this morning, you will travel to Rabat, the capital of Morocco. The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, which is close to the Atlantic Ocean, is seen. You can see exquisite plaster carvings, handmade tiles, and striking specimens of Moroccan Islamic architecture in the mosque.

Before we go to Marrakech, feel free to stroll along the Corniche and enjoy the view of the Atlantic Ocean. You will have free time in the afternoon to visit Djeema el Fna Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Marrakesh.

There are storytellers, water sellers, snake charmers, and artists in the plaza. Visit Morocco’s biggest traditional souk as well; it has long been a sanctuary for spice merchants, metalsmiths, and woodworkers. Spend the night at a hotel or riad

Day 8: Airport – Marrakech

Today, our driver will take you to the airport based on when you’re leaving. Our assistance for your trip to Morocco is now complete.


8-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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