10 Days Marrakech Sahara Desert Tours


10Day  Marrakech Sahara Desert Tours  from Marrakech to the enchanting Sahara Desert, the imperial cities of Fes, Rabat, Casablanca. 


ARRIVAL : Casablanca

INCLUDED: 10 Days Marrakech Sahara Desert Tours

  • Private A/C Vehicle + fuel
  • Camel Trekking
  • Accommodations with Dinner and Breakfast included
  • English/French/Spanish speaking driver

NOT INCLUDED: 10 Days Marrakech Sahara Desert Tours

  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch meals & Drink

10 Days Marrakech Sahara Desert Tours



Upon your arrival at Marrakesh airport, our warm welcome awaits you. We’ll ensure a smooth transfer to your chosen riad or hotel. Depending on your arrival time, the remainder of the day is yours to relax and settle in.

Should you wish to start exploring right away, our knowledgeable driver will be at your service for an orientation drive of Marrakesh, giving you a glimpse of the city’s vibrant energy and key landmarks.

After a day of travel and discovery, enjoy a comfortable overnight stay in your chosen riad, allowing you to fully recharge for the adventures that lie ahead. Next Day we will start Our the Best 10-Day Marrakech Desert Experience 


Marrakesh -High Atlas Mountains – Kasbah Ait ben haddou – Ouarzazate.

After a delicious breakfast, our adventure begins with an early departure for Ouarzazate, a historic caravan town often referred to as the Gateway to the Sahara.

Our journey takes us through the awe-inspiring landscapes of the High Atlas Mountains. As we traverse this dramatic terrain, we’ll pass through the charming Berber town of Taddert and ascend to the breathtaking 2260-meter-high Tizi-in-Tichka pass. This mountain pass offers panoramic views and a thrilling drive.

Our next stop is the renowned Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, situated 30 kilometers from Ouarzazate. This ancient kasbah is a masterpiece of red earth architecture and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its winding streets and towering walls hold centuries of history.

Continuing our route to Ouarzazate, we’ll pause to explore the Taourirt Kasbah, once the home of the famous Pasha Glaoui. This kasbah is a marvel of architecture, featuring painted ceilings, graceful arches, intricate wrought ironwork, and stunning woodwork. It’s no surprise that it, too, has earned UNESCO recognition.

In the afternoon, prepare for an exclusive visit to the Atlas Corporation Studio, a renowned hub for cinematic productions. This studio has played a role in creating blockbuster films like “Asterix and Cleopatre” directed by Alain Chabat and the Oscar-winning “Gladiator” directed by Ridley Scott. It’s a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the world of movie magic.

As the day winds down, you’ll find relaxation and comfort in your chosen hotel or riad in Ouarzazate, ensuring you’re well-rested for the next leg of our exciting journey on the 10-Day Marrakech Sahara Luxury Tour: A Journey Through History and Adventure.


Ouarzazate – Dades Valley – Todra Gorge – Merzouga Desert.

Following a delightful breakfast, our journey leads us along the captivating Road of the Thousand Kasbahs, a route known for its mesmerizing sandcastle-like structures. Along the way, we’ll make a stop in Kalaat Mgouna, affectionately known as the Rose’s City. This town is famous for its fragrant roses and hosts an annual festival during the rose harvest in May, infusing the air with their sweet scent.

Continuing our adventure, we’ll head towards the picturesque Dades Valley, where stunning landscapes await.

Leaving the Dades Valley behind, we’ll make our way to Tinrghir and the Todra Valley, treating our eyes to panoramic vistas of ancient mud Berber villages perched high above the valley. As we reach the Todra Gorge, prepare to be awed by the sheer 300-meter-high red cliffs that enclose the gorge, a favorite destination for rock climbers.

Our journey proceeds to Erfoud and Rissani, where history and culture blend seamlessly. Then, we’ll arrive in the village of Merzouga, where you’ll spend the night in a charming riad. Here, you can relax and savor the tranquil ambiance of the desert, surrounded by the mystical dunes of Merzouga, setting the stage for an unforgettable night under the stars.

This leg of the 10-Day Marrakech Desert Trips  promises to immerse you in the rich tapestry of Moroccan landscapes, culture, and hospitality, as we continue our exploration through the heart of Morocco’s desert treasures.


Merzouga Desert Tour - Camel trekking Sahara Camp

Your day in Merzouga promises an array of unique experiences. After exploring the village and the oasis of Merzouga, we’ll have the privilege of visiting the Gnawa people, descendants of Sudanese slaves. Immerse yourself in their captivating music and learn about their distinctive way of life.

Continuing our journey, we’ll head to a vantage point behind the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to capture breathtaking panoramic views and witness the dunes’ enchanting transformation as the sun’s light dances upon them.

Our next destination is the village of Mirdani, an ancient settlement now in ruins, offering a glimpse into the region’s history. We’ll also make a stop at M’fis, a site where coal was once extracted, and where many locals in Merzouga earned their livelihoods. It’s a fascinating exploration of the area’s past.

This day is spent in close proximity to the towering dunes of the Erg Chebbi, the highest dunes in Morocco, providing a truly immersive desert experience. After visiting Mirdani, our journey continues to the Bedouin families in their traditional tents at Kem Kem. Here, you’ll have the chance to savor tea and engage with the welcoming Bedouin community.

As the day unfolds, we’ll conclude our tour with a visit to a place where you can discover fossils and explore the oasis of Tissardmine. In the afternoon, we’ll return to Merzouga, where your trusty camel will be ready for you. Guided by an experienced Camel man, you’ll embark on a camel trek to venture deep into the mystical sand-sea of the Erg Chebbi.

Here, under the vast desert sky, you’ll have the choice to spend the night beneath a canopy of stars or opt for the comfort of a luxury camp, ensuring your desert adventure is nothing short of magical and memorable.

This extraordinary day in Merzouga marks another chapter of our 10-Day Marrakech To Casablanca via Merzouga Desert, offering an immersive encounter with the desert’s wonders and the rich cultural heritage of Morocco’s nomadic tribes.


Merzouga- Ziz Valley – Medilt – Middle Atlas – Ifran – Fes.

As the morning sun paints the desert with warm hues, we’ll bid farewell to the serene desert landscape and ride our camels or 4X4 véhicule To Merzouga village .Our route to Fes will take us through a captivating landscape. We’ll depart via Errachidia, passing through the stunning Ziz Gorges, where the river has carved a path through volcanic rock over centuries. The views along this route are nothing short of magnificent.

Continuing on, we’ll ascend the Tizi Ntalghamt Pass to reach Midelt, a town nestled in the foothills of the Middle Atlas Mountains. From there, our journey leads us to Azrou, a charming Berber village in the Middle Atlas, where we’ll pause to witness the famous Barbary apes in the ancient Cedar forest, a truly unique encounter with nature.

Our route then takes us to Ifrane, often referred to as “the French village.” Here, you’ll have the opportunity to snap pictures or enjoy a drink in this picturesque town with its European-inspired architecture.

Finally, we’ll continue our drive to Fes, where the day’s adventures conclude. You’ll be welcomed to a comfortable riad in Fes, where you’ll spend the night, ensuring you’re well-rested and ready to explore the rich history and culture of this historic Moroccan city.

This leg of our 10-Day Marrakech Desert Tours offers a seamless transition from the desert’s tranquility to the vibrant energy of Fes, showcasing Morocco’s diverse landscapes and cultural heritage along the way.


Fes sightseeing Tour With Local Guide

Today, you’ll have the privilege of immersing yourself in the rich history and culture of Fes, a UNESCO World Heritage City. Your entire day will be dedicated to exploring the wonders of this ancient city.

Your Fes sightseeing adventure includes a visit to the medieval medina, a labyrinthine maze of narrow streets and bustling souks. Within the medina, you’ll discover the beautifully adorned Attarine and Bou Anania Medersas, historic Islamic schools known for their intricate architecture and exquisite details.

Next on the itinerary is the Nejjarine Fountain, an artistic masterpiece that showcases the craftsmanship and creativity of Moroccan artisans. Its ornate tilework and unique design make it a true gem of Fes.

We’ll then pay our respects at the Moulay Idriss Mausoleum, a sacred site and resting place of Moulay Idriss II, a revered figure in Moroccan history.

Our journey continues to the Karaouine Mosque, an iconic religious landmark and one of the world’s oldest universities. Its significance in Islamic culture and architecture is profound, and you’ll have the opportunity to explore its intricate details and serene surroundings.

In the afternoon, we’ll check into your chosen riad, where you can unwind and reflect on the day’s discoveries. Fes offers a captivating blend of history and tradition, and your visit promises to be a memorable experience.

This day of exploration in Fes marks a highlight of our 10-Day Marrakech Best Tour, offering a deeper understanding of Morocco’s cultural heritage and architectural marvels.


Fes –Volubilis - Chefchaouen

Leaving the enchanting city of Fes behind, we’ll embark on a journey to two other remarkable destinations in Morocco: Volubilis and Chefchaouen.

First, we’ll make our way to Volubilis, an ancient Roman city that boasts well-preserved ruins and a rich history. As you explore the archaeological site, you’ll walk through ancient streets, marvel at intricate mosaics, and get a glimpse into the past when this city was part of the Roman Empire. Volubilis is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and your visit will offer a fascinating window into Morocco’s Roman heritage.

After exploring Volubilis, we’ll continue our journey to the captivating town of Chefchaouen. Nestled in the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is famous for its blue-painted buildings and stunning natural surroundings. The town’s unique charm and serene atmosphere make it a must-visit destination. You’ll have the opportunity to wander through its picturesque streets, shop for artisanal goods, and savor the delicious local cuisine.

Chefchaouen’s blue-hued architecture against the backdrop of the Rif Mountains creates a truly magical and photogenic setting, making your visit here a highlight of your Moroccan adventure. You’ll find a variety of charming accommodations in Chefchaouen to ensure a comfortable and memorable stay.

This leg of our 10-day Sahara tour Marrakech offers a blend of history, culture, and natural beauty, providing unforgettable experiences in Volubilis and Chefchaouen that will leave you enchanted with Morocco’s diverse landscapes and heritage.

Chefchaouen Sightseeing Tour :

Your sightseeing tour of Chefchaouen with a local guide promises an immersive and informative experience in this enchanting blue city. Here’s what you can look forward to:

  1. The Blue Streets: Your guide will lead you through the town’s iconic blue-painted streets and buildings. You’ll have the chance to learn about the tradition of painting the town blue and its significance.

  2. Outa el Hammam Square: This central square is the heart of Chefchaouen, surrounded by cafes, shops, and restaurants. You can take in the lively atmosphere and perhaps enjoy a drink or snack at one of the local establishments.

  3. Kasbah Museum: Explore the historic Kasbah, a fortress built in the 18th century, which now houses a museum. Inside, you can discover artifacts and exhibits that shed light on the history and culture of Chefchaouen and the Rif Mountains.

  4. Ras El Ma: A picturesque area where the river runs through the town. It’s a serene spot with small waterfalls and a lovely place to relax and take in the natural beauty.

  5. Mosques and Religious Sites: Visit local mosques and religious sites to gain insight into the spiritual life of the community. Please remember to be respectful of the local customs and dress code when entering these places.

  6. Local Artisans: Chefchaouen is known for its talented artisans. Your guide can take you to workshops and galleries where you can witness traditional craftsmanship and purchase unique handmade goods.

  7. Photography Opportunities: Chefchaouen is a photographer’s dream. Your guide will point out the best spots for capturing the town’s striking blue architecture against the backdrop of the Rif Mountains.

  8. Culinary Delights: Your guide can recommend local restaurants and street food vendors where you can sample the region’s delicious cuisine, including tagines and fresh seafood.

Throughout your Best 10-day Sahara desert tours from Marrakech, your local guide will provide historical context, cultural insights, and answer any questions you may have, allowing you to fully appreciate the beauty and charm of Chefchaouen. Enjoy this enchanting experience in one of Morocco’s most unique and picturesque destinations.

Chefchaouen - Rabat

Leaving the serene blue streets of Chefchaouen, we’ll head towards the vibrant capital city of Morocco, Rabat. Here’s what you can expect during this transition:

  1. Scenic Drive: As you depart Chefchaouen and make your way to Rabat, you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy the picturesque landscapes of the Rif Mountains and the Moroccan countryside.

  2. Cultural Contrasts: Rabat, being the capital city, offers a different atmosphere compared to the smaller, more relaxed town of Chefchaouen. You’ll notice a blend of modernity and tradition in Rabat, with its government buildings, historic sites, and coastal charm.

  3. Kasbah of the Udayas: Upon arriving in Rabat, consider a visit to the Kasbah of the Udayas, a historic fortress overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Its narrow streets, whitewashed walls, and blue accents create a charming atmosphere.

  4. Hassan Tower and Mausoleum of Mohammed V: Explore the historic Hassan Tower, an incomplete minaret dating back to the 12th century. Nearby, you can visit the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a significant and beautifully designed architectural site.

  5. Chellah: Discover the ancient Roman and medieval ruins of Chellah, which offer a fascinating glimpse into Morocco’s past. The site includes Roman columns, Islamic architecture, and lush gardens.

  6. Royal Palace: While you won’t be able to enter the Royal Palace itself, you can view its impressive gates and guards standing watch.

  7. Local Cuisine: Rabat offers a diverse culinary scene. Don’t miss the opportunity to savor Moroccan dishes at one of the city’s restaurants or cafes. Seafood is particularly popular along the coast.

  8. Modern Rabat: If time permits, you can explore modern Rabat with its wide boulevards, government buildings, and shopping districts.

Rabat is known for its historical significance, as well as its role as the country’s administrative and political center. Your visit here will provide insight into Morocco’s contemporary life and governance while allowing you to appreciate its rich heritage. Enjoy your time in Rabat! 

This transition from Chefchaouen to Rabat marks another leg of your 10-day Morocco Desert Safari From Marrakech, offering a glimpse into the diverse landscapes, culture, and history of this fascinating country.

DAY 10
Rabat - Casablanca - Airport :

On the final day of your 10-day Marrakech Sahara Desert Trip, you’ll conclude your adventure with a visit to Casablanca before heading to the airport for your departure. Here’s what you can expect:

  1. Rabat to Casablanca: You’ll start your day by traveling from Rabat to Casablanca, which is approximately a 1.5 to 2-hour drive, depending on traffic and road conditions.

  2. Hassan II Mosque: In Casablanca, one of the highlights is the Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world. The mosque’s stunning architecture and location by the sea make it a must-visit. Take some time to explore the mosque’s exterior, including its impressive minaret.

  3. Corniche: Stroll along the Corniche, a picturesque coastal promenade where you can enjoy scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean. You may find restaurants and cafes here if you’d like to have a meal with a view.

  4. Medina of Casablanca: While not as famous as some other Moroccan medinas, the old town of Casablanca still offers a glimpse into traditional Moroccan life. Explore its narrow streets, local markets, and historic buildings.

  5. Modern Casablanca: Casablanca is Morocco’s economic and business hub, so you’ll also encounter a modern and cosmopolitan side of the city. Visit the city’s contemporary shopping districts and perhaps do some last-minute souvenir shopping.

  6. Lunch: Enjoy a delicious Moroccan meal at a local restaurant or cafe, savoring the flavors of this diverse cuisine.

  7. Transfer to Casablanca Airport: Depending on your flight’s departure time, your guide or driver will transfer you to Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca, which is well-connected to international destinations. Make sure to arrive at the airport with ample time before your flight.

As you bid farewell to Morocco, you can reflect on the incredible experiences and memories from your 10-day Marrakech Trips  journey, from the bustling markets of Marrakech to the serene blue streets of Chefchaouen and the historic landmarks of Rabat and Casablanca. Morocco’s rich culture, history, and landscapes have provided you with a truly unforgettable adventure.