If you are looking for the perfect Morocco Itinerary, 10 days in Morocco starting from Casablanca may be the right trip for you.
Casablanca Mohamed V is the largest airport in Morocco, where international flights from all over the world arrive. At the airport we will meet you to get started on your adventure.
First things first, we will get you set up with an ATM and a SIM card, a nice meal, and some welcoming Moroccan tea while you relax after your long flight. Then a visit to Hassan II mosque, the second largest mosque in North Africa. Enjoy a night in Casablanca and as you become accustomed to the pace of life in North Africa.
Morocco Itinerary 10 Days
Next up on your Morocco Itinerary is a visit to Rabat, the current capital and home to the King of Morocco. You will visit this modern city and see the ancient Kasbah Oudaya, with its windy medina streets and vendors, and beautiful interior garden. A view of the sea will show you a first glimpse of Morocco as a surfers paradise. Then you will have a chance to see the Mausoleum of Hassan II and the Hassan II tower before getting on the road to travel to Chefchaouen.
Spend time in Chefchaouen, the Blue City of the Rif Mountains and then on to Fes for a city tour of the ancient medina, the worlds oldest university, and the aristans and craftsmen that make Morocco such a treasure of handicrafts.
Travel south from Fes on the way to the Sahara desert and cross the beautiful Middle Atlas Mountains with the cedar forest filled with monkeys and further on with pastures filled with nomad families. Pass through the Ziz Valley before coming up to the red dunes of the Sahara Desert.
After a night in the Sahara, make your way west toward Marrakech. Spend time in the south of Morocco, the soul of the country, interact with Amazigh families, and pass by date palm filled oasis’. Visit ancient kasbahs and watch as the magical landscape unfolds turning once again to mountains as you cross over the High Atlas mountains to Marrakech at last.
Your Morocco Itinerary is set to create memories that last a lifetime.
If you have 10 days to spare then this trip will offer a great overview of Morocco. Starting and ending in Casablanca you will enjoy the best of the north and the south. Two completely different experiences, the north offers a glimpse to the history of Sultans and Kings, artisans and craftsmen. See the capital city (Rabat), visit Roman ruins and wander the relaxed blue streets of Chefchaouen.
After marveling at all that Fes has to offer you will head south to the Sahara desert for a night in a nomad camp and a camel trek. Take in the south of Morocco with it wide valleys, gorges and date palm filled oasis that stretch for miles. Visit kasbahs, Berber villages and eat your fill of dates and tagine.
On to Marrakech for some city exploring in the medina and souks before you head off to catch your flight.