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The largest city in Morocco, Casablanca is now the country’s economic center. It is located on the Atlantic coast and is surrounded by gorgeous beaches, making it a sought-after vacation spot. It is located about 80 kilometers south of Rabat. The majority of tourists who travel to Casablanca do so on business. It is the third most popular tourist destination in Morocco. If you’re thinking about visiting Morocco, you might want to think about taking tours from Casablanca to discover the varied landscapes, rich history, and distinctive culture of the country.

The Hassan II Mosque, one of the biggest and most magnificent mosques in the world, is located in Casablanca. It is one of the few mosques in the entire Arab world that is open to non-Muslims and has the largest minaret (210 m) in Africa.

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Morocco trip for 5 days from Casablanca. You will visit incredible places in Morocco during these 5 days and 4 nights.

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Discover Fes

8 days tour from Tangier to Marrakech

Fez is Morocco’s imperial capital. It is well-known for housing the world’s oldest university, al-Qarawiyyin University (established in 859 AD and taking on the title of a university in 1963). It has a historic walled city, which many people compare to Jerusalem’s walled city.

Idriss I founded Morocco’s medieval capital, Fez, in 789, and it is a great city of high Islamic civilization, culture, and education.

Our tours from Casablanca will take you to the following main attractions:

Chouara Tanneries: these are the most famous tanneries area in Fes, it is also the largest in this cultural city.

Madrasa Bou Inania: this is a Madrasa in Fes(school). Its name refers to Faris ibn Ali Abu Inan al-Mutawakkil. It reflects the Moroccan old architecture.

Zaouia Moulay Idriss II: is considered one of the medina’s most holy shrines.

The Ziz Valley

Morocco has many beautiful palm groves, and our Casablanca tours will take you past the Ziz Valley before arriving at Merzouga.

On our way to Merzouga, we’ll pass through the Ziz valley, which is dotted with beautiful green palm trees.

A large oasis is formed by the Ziz River, which flows through Errachidia, Erfoud, and Rissani. Moroccans believe that the Alaouites, the country’s current ruling dynasty, were born in the Tafilelt region in the 17th century.

The Ziz River, which connects Er-Rich and Erfoud, runs for more than 200 kilometers and offers breathtaking scenery, including mountains, limestone cliffs, green spots, monuments, and gorges, all of which tell the story of the region.

4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech via the Sahara Desert
4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech via the Sahara Desert

Morocco has many beautiful palm groves, and our Casablanca tours will take you past the Ziz Valley before arriving at Merzouga.

On our way to Merzouga, we’ll pass through the Ziz valley, which is dotted with beautiful green palm trees.

A large oasis is formed by the Ziz River, which flows through Errachidia, Erfoud, and Rissani. Moroccans believe that the Alaouites, the country’s current ruling dynasty, were born in the Tafilelt region in the 17th century.

The Ziz River, which connects Er-Rich and Erfoud, runs for more than 200 kilometers and offers breathtaking scenery, including mountains, limestone cliffs, green spots, monuments, and gorges, all of which tell the story of the region.

During our Casablanca tours , you will experience Ifrane

8 days tour from Tangier to Marrakech

Our journeys from Casablanca will take us to Ifrane. First and foremost, Ifrane is a well-known tourist destination in Morocco’s Middle Atlas region. Morocco’s Switzerland is known for its milder climate, unique architecture, diverse landscapes, lakes and streams, and a wide range of adventure activities.

Ifrane is one of Morocco’s most appealing cities due to its diversity and the numerous winter activities available to visitors, such as skiing and snowboarding at Michlifen.

The Lion Sculpture is a well-known landmark in Ifrane. During World War II, a German soldier carved the artwork. The sculpture is believed to be dedicated to the last wild Atlas lion, which was killed near Ifrane.

Azrou & Cedar forests

Azrou is a fantastic place to stop on our way from Casablanca. You’ll be able to get away from the crowds of larger cities here. Azrou is popular with visitors due to its monkeys and fragrant cedar forest trails.

In the Middle Atlas, the town is an important Berber market center. Flowers bloom in shady woodlands and meadows throughout the spring, adding to the city’s allure.

Azrou is best known as the last remaining stand of an ancient cedar forest. but also because it is home to a unique monkey species. The only macaque species found outside of Asia is the Barbary macaque.

8 days tour from Tangier to Marrakech
8 days tour from Tangier to Marrakech

Azrou is a fantastic place to stop on our Trips from Casablanca. You’ll be able to get away from the crowds of larger cities here. Azrou is popular with visitors due to its monkeys and fragrant cedar forest trails.

In the Middle Atlas, the town is an important Berber market center. Flowers bloom in shady woodlands and meadows throughout the spring, adding to the city’s allure.

Azrou is best known as the last remaining stand of an ancient cedar forest. but also because it is home to a unique monkey species. The only macaque species found outside of Asia is the Barbary macaque.

Merzouga Desert

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The Merzouga Desert, which serves as the gateway to the vast Erg Chebbi dunes, is a popular tourist destination in Morocco.

The picturesque, long stretches of towering sand dunes surround this charming, small village on all sides. The red sandstone buildings blend into the warmth of the desert landscape, which changes colors at sunrise and sunset.

You ride a camel into the desert from Merzouga. Take a 1-hour camel ride through the desert as the sun sets. It’s an incredible sight. You will be greeted by beautiful Berber tents when you arrive at the desert camp.

Explore Marrakech

Marrakech is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Morocco. A visit to Morocco would be incomplete without a stop in this lovely city. Marrakech is Morocco’s second-largest city and is known as the “Red City” due to the color of the majority of the houses.

The name is derived from the Berber word “mur(n) akush,” which means “land of god.”

The city is divided into two sections: the medina, or old fortified city, and a modern city nearby (called Gueliz).

Many attractions will be visited on our tours from Casablanca to Marrakech, including:

The Jemaa el Fna is a popular tourist attraction. It is a major square and marketplace in the old city’s median quarter.
The Marrakech Museum houses numerous traditional and contemporary sculptures as well as other art exhibits.
Majorelle Garden, Menara Garden and Olive Grove, and Koutoubia Mosque Park are among the many gardens and parks.

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Explore Marrakech

Tours From Fes

Marrakech is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Morocco. A visit to Morocco would be incomplete without a stop in this lovely city. Marrakech is Morocco’s second-largest city and is known as the “Red City” due to the color of the majority of the houses.

The name is derived from the Berber word “mur(n) akush,” which means “land of god.”

The city is divided into two sections: the medina, or old fortified city, and a modern city nearby (called Gueliz).

Many attractions will be visited on our tours from Casablanca to Marrakech, including:

The Jemaa el Fna is a popular tourist attraction. It is a major square and marketplace in the old city’s median quarter.
The Marrakech Museum houses numerous traditional and contemporary sculptures as well as other art exhibits.
Majorelle Garden, Menara Garden and Olive Grove, and Koutoubia Mosque Park are among the many gardens and parks.

With our Casablanca tours discover Kasbah Ait Benhaddou

3 days tour from Ouarzazate to Merzouga

Kasbahs and ksours are iconic Moroccan cultural symbols. The ksar of Ait Benhaddou is the most well-known.

The ksar is a collection of clay houses fortified with angle towers and a baffle gate and surrounded by high walls.

The most well-known ksar in Ouarzazate’s Ounila valley is Ait Ben-Haddou. The location of the palace near a river provides a breathtaking view.

Ait Ben-Haddou is a typical pre-Saharan setting. It’s an excellent example of Moroccan earthen architecture.

This amazing location will be passed and stopped by on our Casablanca desert tours.

With our Casablanca trips discover Taroudant

Taroudant is a Moroccan city known for its well-preserved ramparts, historic palaces, and traditional crafts. It is located in the Souss-Massa region. Because of its architectural and design similarities to the larger city, it is often referred to as “little Marrakesh.”

Taroudant visitors can explore the old city and its narrow streets lined with traditional houses, go to the local souk (market) to see the wares of local artisans, and walk along the ramparts for panoramic views of the city.

Little Marrakesh is also well-known for its orchards and is a major producer of citrus fruits, making it an ideal destination for foodies. Taroudant, with its rich history and cultural heritage, is a must-see for anyone visiting southern Morocco.

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Taroudant is a Moroccan city known for its well-preserved ramparts, historic palaces, and traditional crafts. It is often referred to as “Little Marrakesh” because of its architectural and design similarities to the larger city.

Taroudant visitors can explore the old city and its narrow streets lined with traditional houses, visit the local souk (market) to see the wares of local artisans, and take a stroll along the ramparts for panoramic views of the city.

Little Marrakesh is also known for its surrounding orchards and is a major producer of citrus fruits, making it an ideal destination for foodies. Taroudant, with its rich history and cultural heritage, is a must-see for anyone traveling to southern Morocco

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