10 Days Morocco Itinerary from Marrakech to Tangier

Overview: 10 Days Morocco Itinerary from Marrakech to Tangier

Morocco Grand journey of 10 Days Morocco Itinerary from Marrakech to Tangier by visiting Essaouira, Fes and Chefchaouen. You will see a ton of beautiful sights throughout these 10 days and 9 nights. include the Tizi-N-Tichka crossing, the high Atlas highlands, and the highlights of Marrakech and Essaouira. Along with going to Ouarzazate and the Ait-Ben-Haddou Kasbah. Moreover, Dades Valley and Todra Gorges, Amridil Kasbah. Also go to the Sahara Desert of Merzouga. where you spend the night in a traditional Desert camp, ride Camels, and see spectacular sunsets and sunrises in a very high dune to admire a panoramic view of the vast Sahara Desert. Additionally, drive a 4×4 vehicle touring around the Desert.

Additionally, you will stop in Erfoud town which is famous for fossils  and the Rissani traditional market. Visit Ifrane, Morocco’s Switzerland, and the cedar forest to see the Barbary macaques in their natural habitat. Discover Morocco’s two royal cities, Fes and Meknes. Visit Chefchaouen’s blue city and the Roman remains at Volubilis. In Tangier, the trip comes to a close.

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The 10 Days Morocco Itinerary from Marrakech to Tangier begins with a pick-up at Marrakech’s airport. After that, we’ll take a brief city tour before transferring you to your lodging. Overnight stay in a Riad.

The second day of 10 Days Morocco Itinerary from Marrakech to Tangier we drive west to Essaouira City in the west after breakfast. We’ll stop along the way to observe the Argan trees, goats, and panoramic vistas. We arrive at Essaouira, previously Mogador, one of Morocco’s significant coastal towns. In which the historic medina, the cannon-equipped antique walls, and the fishing harbor are all visited. Stay the night in Essaouira.

The third day of 10 Days Morocco Itinerary from Marrakech to Tangier, we go back to Marrakech after breakfast, where you will have a local guide to show you the city’s best attractions. Marrakech known as the red city is considered as one of Morocco’s imperial cities. The visit includes the Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, and Ben Youssef Quranic mosque, El Badi Palace. Moreover, take a walk around Morocco’s biggest traditional souk. Lunchtime free time close to Jemaa El-Fna square. Later, you visit the Majorelle Garden and Marrakech’s biggest mosque, Koutoubia. Finally, transfer to your hotel or Riad. Feel free to independently explore Jemaa El-Fna Square.

The fourth day of 10 Days Morocco Itinerary from Marrakech to Tangier, We pick you up from your accommodation in Marrakech early in the morning after breakfast. Then drive through the high Atlas Mountains across the spectacular Tizi-N-Tichka pass. There will be pauses for panoramic views of the snaky road and the the magnificent vistas. Then we go to Telouat’s Kasbah.

We next move on to Ait Ben Haddou’s renowned Kasbah; a small village declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 1987. The Kasbah has also been featured in a number of films, such as Gladiator, The Jewel of the Nile, Lawrence of Arabia, The Mummy, etc. as well as TV shows like Game of Thrones. Next, we go to Ouarzazate city, well known as the Hollywood of Africa or “The Gate of the Desert.” Dinner and overnight stay in a hotel.

The next day after the breakfast, you visit the Atlas Studio, where many movies were filmed such as The Kingdom of Heaven, The Man Who Would Be a King, Cleopatra, Prison Break. Furthermore, visit the historic fortified residence Taourirt Kasbah. Then drive southwest Amridil Kasbah passing by Skoura, which is encircled by palm trees. After that, we continue to Rose Valley, every year, usually on the 1st week of May, the community has a rose festival when they sell their rose products for more than 50 years. Then, as we pass through the Dades Valley, we pause to enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the Dades gorges. Next, we go to Todra Gorges, where the Todra River’s passage built a massive red canyon with rock sides across the mountains. Lunchtime free time. You are welcome to explore and wander in the Gorges.

then, we continue the way to one of the most interesting place in Morocco the Sahara Desert, where you ride Camels the middle of nowhere; a place full of silence and the perfect tranquility of life, a pause will be made on one of the highest dunes so that you watch one the spectacular sunsets ever. After that, your Camelguide will take you to the Desert camp, where you will be welcoming with a glass of mint tea, then a delicious dinner will be served in a traditional restaurant, later the dinner you can set around a bonfire outside listening to traditional berber drum music under a starry, open sky.

In order to see the stunning sunrise in the midst of the Sahara Desert, would be a good idea to get up early in the morning. next a free time for breakfast in the restaurant. After that, you ride Camels back to Merzouga village, where you meet the driver. We set aside the day to investigate the Sahara Desert area. There are so many amazing places in the region, including sand dunes, a wild lake, mines, fossil locations, and magnificent oasis, which are perfect locations for a wide range of outdoor activities.

Firstly, we begin our trip in Merzouga by driving off-road toward a nomad family; people known for their warm hospitality towards guests inside their custom-made woven tent, sipping a cup of Berber mint tea known as the berber whiskey, discover their simple way of life. Our next stop is the town of Khamlia; a small village located on the edge of the Sand Dunes near the Algerian border, where you may take in performances of Gnaoua dance and music. The majority of its residents are from sub-Saharan nations including Mali, Sudan, and Niger. Free time for lunch at a restaurant. After that we drive through a groove of palms. Then go a little distance to witness Merzouga’s wild lake, also known as Flamingo Lake. Dinner and overnight in a hotel or Riad.

After breakfast, we leave the amazing Sahara Desert towards Rissani town, the former seat of Tafilalet, still a significant trade hub in the area and traders came from hundreds of neighbouring Ksours bringing vegetables, fruits, dates, grains to sell them or to open their clothing shops in the marketplace, this traditional Souk is much more active in Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. After a stroll in the traditional Souk parts exploring its authenticity, We continue to Erfoud city where you can visit one of the fossilized marble workshops.

Following that, we drive along the Ziz River, we stop on panoramic view of the thousands of palm trees. Then we go through Tizi N Talghomt pass to Midelt city; Moroccan apple capital located between the Middle Atlas and high Atlas Mountain range. The next stop will be in Azrou to observe the Barbary Macaques dwell in the cedar forest. After 20.8 km (12.9 mi) we reach to Ifrane city, a town renowned for its subzero temperatures, snowfall, and homes built in an Alpine style and it’s considered to be Morocco’s Switzerland. Finally, we drop you off to your accommodation in Fes city.

After breakfast, we pick you up from your hotel or riad in Fes to start a tour around the city. The city is also the political, social, and cultural hub of Morocco. It is regarded as one of the imperial cities and the second largest city in Morocco.

To begin the city sightseeing guided tour accompanied by a local guide you visit the  Royal Palace entrance, next the UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site of the well-preserved medieval Medina, the entrance to the ancient Medina known as the Blue Gate or Bab Boujloud. As you enter to the medina you visit the Tanneries, the Najjarine Fountain, and the Medrasa Bouanania, Quaraouin mosque & university considered as the oldest institution in the world. After that, we leave the medina towards “the Mellah,” or the Jewish neighbourhood. We conclude our sightseeing tour towards an old fortress to see a panoramic views of Fes city, then return to your accommodation.

After breakfast, we depart toward Meknes city; the capital of the Ismailis and one of the 4 imperial cities, the city visit includes Bab Al-Mansour Gate, Sahrij Souani pond, the Royal stables, the granaries of Moulay Ismail, plus the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum who was a Sultan of Morocco from 1672 to 1727. free time for lunch. Next we drive 30 km outside of Meknes to the ancient Roman remains at Volubilis, Declared UNESCO World Heritage Site, it has been properly kept. It also contains historic pillars and arches, as well as several lovely mosaics that are strewn throughout.

Then, we drive to the north to reach the blue city Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains, this blue pearl is well known for its blue-painted structures and alleys, makes it a great location for photography. Spend the night at a hotel.

Depending on the time of your flight, after breakfast. You may use your spare time to wander around the blue city’s lovely lanes. To get to the airport in Tangier, we then travel via the Rif mountains. Final day of 10 Days Morocco Itinerary from Marrakech to Tangier.

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