Morocco Itinerary 10 Days


Take a 10-day tour from Marrakech and explore Morocco’s most stunning locations. Visit the ancient Medina of Fes, tour the Moroccan Sahara, Desert camping, and see the beautiful coastline. Start your journey in Marrakesh, a city full of culture and history. Visit the iconic Djemaa el-Fna square, explore the Medina, and see the beautiful architecture of the city. From Marrakech, head to the Sahara Desert for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Ride a camel, see the sunset over the sand dunes, and sleep under the stars. Next, head to Fes, the oldest of Morocco’s imperial cities. Explore the Fes el-Bali, the world’s largest car-free urban area, see the beautiful mosques and madrassas, and get some Moroccan souvenirs. Then visit the north of Morocco and enjoy the blue city Chefchaouen. Finally, end your trip with a visit of Rabat city and explore Hassan II mosque in Casablanca.

  • Starting City: Marrakech
  • Ending City: Casablanca/Marrakech
  • ItineraryMarrakech, High Atlas, Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate, Dades, Desert, Fez, Meknes, Volubilis, Chefchaouen, Casablanca

Night Staying: 10 days / 9 nights Morocco private tour from Marrakech

  • 2 nights in Marrakech
  • 1 night in Ouarzazate or Dades
  • 2 nights in the desert
  • 2 nights in Fes
  • 1 night in Chefchaouen
  • 1 night in Casablanca (Or Marrakech, it depends on the ending city)



Arrive at Marrakesh airport. Meeting with the driver, then transfer to your hotel/Riad to relax before we take a short sightseeing tour of Marrakesh to get to know the city.

After breakfast at the hotel, the whole day will be devoted to visiting the historical city of Marrakesh, the“Pearl of the South.” Since the city was one of the capitals of the Kingdom during the reign of the three dynasties of the Moroccan sultans, It got a large number of museums and architectural monuments. Each Monument in the city is a piece of art. The whole morning will be devoted to getting to know them (the Koutoubia Mosque, the Manara Pavilion surrounded by olive plantations, the tombs of the Saadian sultans, a fine example of palace architecture the Bahia Palace, El Badii palace, and the Majorelle Gardens. After lunch, you will visit the most colorful market in Morocco and the famous Jemaa El Fna square. This is a real theater in the open air where you will see snake charmers, healers, sorcerers, merchants of fruits, and exotic spices.

The trip will start from Marrakech and we will take you through Atlas Mountain ‘TIZI-N-TICHKA’ in order to get to Kasbah AIT BEN HADDOU, one of the most beautiful villages in Morocco and nominated a UNESCO world heritage. Afterward, the trip will continue towards the large African filming studio in “Ouarzazate“where some famous movies have been filmed The Mummy, Gladiator, and Kingdom of heaven, and others. Lunch will be taken in Ouarzazate and then continue the road to DADES Gorges where you will spend the night in a hotel with an included dinner and breakfast. Between Ouarzazate and DADES, we will pass by the Valley of roses in KELAAT M’GOUNA, a famous place for an annual roses festival

We will head toward Merzouga. On the way, we will stop for a panoramic photo near the picturesque town of Tinghir in the middle of a large palm oasis. Next, visit to the famous Todra Gorge, and walk along the gorge and the river. Later, drive to Rissani which has “The fossil factory”, where you can see the many fossils that this region is rich in. Then, continue to Merzouga for the overnight.

In the morning, and after having your breakfast at the hotel, we will meet the 4×4 driver so we can have an excursion in the dunes, then have a cup of tea with Nomads in the desert, and see how they arrange to live in the desert. Later, we will go to Khamilia to enjoy Gnaoua’s performance. arrival in the small village of Merzouga at the foot of the white sand dunes, In the afternoon, we will have camel rides to the camp in the desert, the camp – accommodation has comfortable beds, individual showers, and toilets. At night, we will have a Moroccan dinner, enjoy playing drums around the fire, and listen to songs by Berbers in the desert. In addition, enjoy the stars in the clear sky.

Overnight in the camp.

We will wake up with the first rays of the sun to see the sunrise over the stunning and silent sand dunes. This moment will become one of your most vivid impressions of Morocco!
After breakfast, the departure towards Fez. It is one of the longest journeys, around 7hrs drive excluding stops, but with the change of landscapes, we will enjoy the time.

On the way, we will run through the gorge and the valley of the Ziz River, it is one of the longest valleys in Africa. Lunch stop in Midelt then continues our journey. In the vicinity of Ifrane, we will be able to admire the majestic Atlas cedars and feed the wild monkeys on our way to Azrou. The monkeys are friendly, they like when someone feeds them. We will stop at Ifrane which has a European nature and climate, parks with lakes and chalets, a ski resort, and an abundance of snow in winter giving the town the nickname “Moroccan Switzerland”. After 1hr, we will arrive at Fez for the overnight.

We will do sightseeing in the cultural and religious capital of the Kingdom. You will plunge into the magical atmosphere of a medieval oriental city, walk along the crooked and narrow streets of the ancient Medina, and get acquainted with the numerous historical and architectural monuments that adorned the former capital of the Kingdom of the Sultans from the Merinid and Alaouite dynasties. Most of these monuments are excellent examples of the Moorish architectural style. You will visit the Bu Inanya mosque, see the madrassas (Muslim universities), Nejarin square, and the fountain. you will find yourself in the handicraft quarters, where leather and pottery craftsmen work according to the technology they inherited from their grandfathers and great-grandfathers, whose secrets are carefully transferred from generation to generation. Then we will continue to the Jewish quarter that is still present now. It shows the co-existence of the 2 communities, Muslims and Jewish.

Breakfast at the hotel and check out. Transfer to Meknes one of the imperial cities. We will have a short tour of the city and then continue to Volubilis which is around 45 minutes drive from Meknes. We will visit the ruins of the city of Volubilis(UNESCO world heritage) which was founded in the 40s BC. It is one of the best-preserved monuments of the Roman era in North Africa. The ruins are vast in area and spread among picturesque green fields. It has impressive administrative buildings, palaces, and baths with beautiful mosaics. Afterward, head toward to Chefchaouen blue city. It is one of the most picturesque and photogenic towns in the world. You will have time on your own.

Overnight in Chefchaouen.

Today, we will leave the blue city and drive to the capital of Morocco, Rabat. It is one of the imperial cities in the country. We will explore the most attractions in the city. Oudaya, the old medina, Shalla, and Hassan tower. Later, transfer to Casablanca. We will vist Hassan II mosque. Then, transfer to your hotel. free time on your own.

Overnight in Casablanca.

Airport transfer in Casablanca or Marrakech


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The best time to visit Morocco varies by region. To explore highlights like Fes, Marrakech, the Sahara Desert, and the Blue City, it’s recommended to avoid the summer months from early June to late August. If planning a trip during this period, consider coastal destinations like Tangier and El Hoceima on the Mediterranean side and Essaouira, Oualidia, Agadir, and Mirleft for Atlantic sides.

Yes, English is spoken in Morocco, especially in tourist areas and major cities like Marrakech, Fes, Essaouira and Casablanca. Many locals working in the tourism industry are fluent in English, facilitating communication for visitors. If you are heading to less-explored areas, away from touristy paths, it’s better to have a local guide to facilitate communication.

Morocco is famed for its rich culture, vibrant markets, and historic cities like Marrakech and Fes. The country boasts diverse landscapes, from the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert, and is celebrated for its intricate architecture and delectable cuisine. With a blend of tradition and hospitality, Morocco captivates visitors with its timeless allure.

Morocco is generally considered a safe destination for travelers. The country places a high value on tourism, and efforts have been made to enhance safety measures. In popular tourist areas such as Marrakech, Fes, and Casablanca, you’ll find a visible police presence, contributing to a secure environment. However, it’s always advisable to exercise standard precautions, such as being mindful of your belongings in crowded areas and avoiding poorly lit or secluded places, especially at night

Morocco’s expansive landscapes and rich cultural tapestry make it a captivating destination. Even spending a month here can be filled with continuous exploration. For first-time visitors, we highly recommend a minimum of 7 days, focusing on Marrakech, Sahara Desert, Fes, and the areas in between. With 10 days, consider adding the Blue City, and for more extensive tours of 13-16 days, Essaouira makes a fantastic addition to the itinerary.