7 Day Morocco Tour From Ourazazate

7-Day Morocco Tour From Ourazazate

MOROCCO Tour 7 DAYS TOUR FROM ouarzazate to marrakech

Start an unforgettable 7-day trip through Morocco to explore the attractions of this fascinating and diverse nation. Discover the allure of Imperial Cities as you explore their labyrinthine streets and magnificent buildings to learn about their long histories. Riding camels across the Sahara Desert’s ever-shifting sands, you can experience the sun rising over the dunes in a really spectacular moment. Discover the charming settlements and spectacular vistas hidden inside the rugged terrain of the Atlas Mountains.

Experience the soulful melodies of Gnawa music in Khamlia hamlet or stroll through the age-old stone walls of Todra Gorges to capture the spirit of Morocco. Admire the splendor of Lake Dayate Sarji, a sanctuary for various wildlife species and pink flamingos. Explore Fes’ entrancing lanes, an imperial city brimming with history and creativity. Explore the admirably preserved Roman ruins of Volubilis as you make your way to Chefchaouen’s serene blue calm.

Finish your journey in Casablanca, where the majestic Hassan II Mosque leaves an imprint that cannot be erased. Return to vivacious Marrakech, where the city’s sounds, sights, and smells entice you to explore further. This 8-day trip highlights Morocco’s most memorable and captivating events, providing an amazing cultural, natural, and exploratory experience.


  • Discover the imperial cities of Morocco: Rabat, Meknes, and Fes.
  • Wander across the beautiful stone walls of the Todra Gorges.
  • Experience the Sahara Desert sunrise while riding a camel.
  • Discover the stunning architecture of the Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, which is classified by UNESCO.
  • Meet Berber settlements as you travel over the breathtaking High Atlas Mountains.
  • Get to know the local nomadic families and their customs.
    In Khamlia village, listen to the Gnawa music’s beautiful rhythms.
  • peaceful moments at Lake Dayate Sarji, a haven for wildlife and flamingos.
  • Discover ancient sites and markets by navigating Fes’ winding alleyways.
  • Take in the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca’s architectural marvel.


Day 1: Ouarzazate , Todra Gorges, and Merzouga

After being picked up early in the morning from your Ouarzazate lodgings, travel along the Kasbah road through the Rose Valley and ultimately arrive at the Todra Gorges, which are imposing stone walls that the River Todra fashioned over thousands of years. Take beautiful pictures and a stroll through the Gorges. After lunch, it’s time to travel to the desert. When you get to Merzouga, find a place to stay before meeting your camel and camel driver. To reach the Sahara Desert camp, ride your new friend and travel there. There, you can climb the soaring dunes and take in the beautiful view of the sun setting below the horizon. After you get back to your tent, have a traditional supper and a cup of mint tea.Spend the evening dancing to the beat of desert drums or watching shooting stars.

Day 2: Nomadic Families, Fossil Site, Tour of the Dunes, Merzouga, Khamlia

Get up early to watch the Sahara Desert sunrise atop a dune’s peak, then have breakfast. After experiencing these breathtaking sights, return to the hotel and have a shower on your camel. Explore the settlement of Khamlia with its spiritually infused Gnawa music, explore handcrafted objects like black volcanic rock fossils, meet a nomad family in their tent, and embark on a 4×4 desert trip. You’ll also see the seasonal lake Dayate Sarji, which attracts pink flamingos and other wildlife. Lunch break in Merzouga. After lunch, explore the canal irrigation system and the oasis at the foot of the dune system. Retire to your hotel or riad to relax for the evening, have dinner, and be refreshed.

Day 3: Merzouga Desert ,Azrou, Ifrane, Azrou, and Fes

Breakfast and a shower at the neighborhood guesthouse come first thing in the morning before leaving for Fes. To get to Midelt, travel through the magnificent Ziz Gorges, which were formed by volcanic rock. Then, go through the Tizi N’Talghamt mountain pass. Continue to Azrou, a Berber village tucked away in the Middle Atlas Mountains where Barbarian apes live in the cedar forest, after pausing at Zaida for a barbecue and a cup of cooling mint tea. Ifrane, also referred to as the “French village” or “Switzerland of Morocco,” is the next stop before you go to your Fes lodging. Take a break for a picture or a drink, then have dinner and spend the night in Fes.

Day 4: A full day of exploring Fes

Meet your local guide for a thorough tour of Fes after breakfast. Fes was one of Morocco’s first imperial capitals and was established in 808 as the country’s political, religious, and cultural center. Start by going to the Royal Palace’s Golden Doors. Continue your exploration of the fascinating ancient medina from a vantage point, then go to a walking tour of the mosques, madrasas, and other religious institutions, including the neighborhood of the tanners. As you continue to the artisan district, lunch is not included. Explore the Andalusian art and architecture that Fes has managed to conserve, earning it the moniker “artisan’s city.” Visit a restaurant and a hotel or riad for the night.

Day 5 :Fes, Meknes, Volubilis, and Chefchaouen

After breakfast, travel from Fes to Chefchaouen, stopping along the way at the Roman ruins of Volubilis and the holy town of Moulay Idriss I, where the founder of Islam in Morocco is buried. After lunch, travel to Meknes, which Moulay Ismail established in the 17th century and is known as “The Moroccan Versailles.” Spend the night in a Chefchaouen riad.

Day 6 : Chefchaouen, Rabat, and Casablanca 

After breakfast, take a self-guided tour of Chefchaouen, the “blue pearl,” taking in the beautiful streets and OUTA Hamam Square. Stop at a Moroccan restaurant for lunch. Travel to Rabat and take in some of its important remains before arriving at Casablanca, the capital of Morocco. Spend the night in a Casablanca hotel.

Day 7: Casablanca , Marrakech 

The last day starts with a tour of Casablanca, including a stop at the Hassan II Mosque outside, before you drive to Marrakech. Spend the night at a riad or hotel in Marrakech and enjoy the picturesque Corniche or shoreline region of the city.




  • Private 4×4 and air-conditioned car or minivan.
  • Nights in hotels / Riads.
  • Experienced local English/French/Spanish/Italian-speaking Berber and nomad driver/guide
  • Night in the desert camp.
  • A camel ride of about an hour – an hour & a half with a guide, and free sandboarding, if desired – just ask the camp staff
  • All meals: breakfast, dinner – with vegetarian and vegan options available

Not Included

  • Drinks
  • Extra
  • Tips
  • Lunches

The following commonly asked questions (FAQ) and their responses pertain to the eight-day Moroccan adventure:

How long will the Moroccan experience last?

The journey takes place over the course of 7 days and provides travelers with an immersive view of the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara Desert, and Imperial Cities.

 How do I get to Ouarzazate, where the journey begins?

 You will be picked up from your lodging in Ouarzazate, which is reachable by road from significant cities.

Is it possible for me to ride a camel in the Sahara Desert?

Definitely! One of the greatest experiences is riding a camel across the beautiful desert dunes while watching the sunrise.

Are meals included in the itinerary?

 The meals are included both breakfast and dinner. You will definitely get to sample the local cuisine thanks to the excursion.

Can I experience the local culture while traveling?

 Undoubtedly! To fully experience Moroccan culture, you’ll interact with local artisans, meet nomadic families, and listen to Gnawa music.

Is there a chance to see historical sites?

 Definitely. The schedule calls for excursions to ancient sites including the Volubilis Roman remains and the UNESCO-listed Kasbah Ait Benhaddou.

 How physically taxing is the trip?

 The route is meant to be accessible to the majority of tourists, however it does entail some walking, camel riding, and site-seeing.

Can I alter the schedule or add activities?

 Although the plan is thorough, tweaking based on your interests is feasible. We can plan more activities.

 Are monument entrance fees included?

 Yes, admission costs to monuments are covered, giving you access to important historical sites.

What time of year is ideal for starting this adventure?

The greatest seasons for exploring are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November).


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