You’ve heard wonderful things about the Morocco desert and are ready to start planning your trip. If you’re planning a honeymoon, your options might be restricted by your work schedule, your children’s school schedule, or the scheduling of a special event, such as your wedding.

However, if your trip dates are flexible, you should consider all of the factors that go into determining when to visit and then make your decision! and you can check our day’s tour.


Your driver/guide will meet you at Casablanca’s Mohamed 5 airport and transport you to your hotel. It was my first time staying in a hotel, and I will try Morocco Sahara desert tours from Casablanca


You will begin your journey at 8:00 a.m. with a visit to Hassan 2 mosque, Casablanca’s largest mosque. You will also have the opportunity to see other parts of the city before heading to Rabat, Morocco’s capital. We’ll start with the Bad Challah, Mohammed V’s Mausoleum, and one of the royal palace’s main gates, as well as the Oudaya Kasbah. After lunch in a nearby restaurant, you’ll be dropped off at your medina riad for the night.


Around 8 a.m. on the third day, you will depart for Chefchaouen, a blue city. Of course, along the way, you’ll travel through several small towns and stop for breaks to get a bite to eat in Chefchaouen so you can stroll through the blue alleys of the medina and take pictures while also sampling the local cuisine. In a riad for the night.


You will leave at 9 a.m. to travel to Fes. You will visit the historical site of Volubilis before arriving in Fes. You can travel to Meknes for a sightseeing tour after a tour with a local guide. The beautiful Bad Mansour entrance, the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, the Sahrij, and the Jewish quarter will be your first stops. Lunch in a small restaurant inside Meknes’ old medina. You will travel to Meknes after lunch. In the medina, spend the night in a riad.


The old and new medinas are included in the Fes tour guide. You will spend the day in Fes with a local guide discovering Morocco’s oldest and most intellectual medina. The royal palace, the Jewish quarter, the uphill view from the south Bourj, and the ceramic-pottery-store-and-factory will be your first stops. After visiting both of these sites, you can take a long walk through the medina to learn about its unique culture and historical significance, which includes the popular Al Qaraouine University, the region’s oldest, the Tanneries, the Attarine museum, and the Mulay Idriss mausoleum. After lunch, you’ll visit a tile cooperative and then take in a breathtaking panoramic view of Fes’ Medina. In the afternoon, we’ll have a drink in the new settlement, “La Ville nouvelle.” In the same riad for the night.


You can fly to the desert through the Middle Atlas after breakfast. The cleanest area, Ifrane, the Moroccan Switzerland, will be your first stop. Then, via Azrou, you’ll stop in the forest for a break and to see wild monkies, also known as Barbary macaques, who live in the cedar forest, Morocco’s biggest. The path to Midelt continues through the majestic Atlas hills and mountains, passing through the fascinating Tiz Ntalghamt pass and the Ziz Gorges, with views of the High Atlas plateau. As you approach Errachidia, where you will have lunch and enjoy some Berber hospitality, you will note how the scenery changes to show hints of the desert. After that, you’ll ride through the lush Ziz Valley, stopping along the way for panoramic views of Erfoud and Rissani before arriving in Merzouga in the late afternoon, where you’ll be greeted with a glass of mint tea before checking into your riad. Overnight in a hotel on the outskirts of Erg Chebbi’s golden sand dunes. In a hotel for the night


After breakfast, we can begin exploring the region by visiting the village of the Gnawi people, who were originally Sudanese slaves, to learn about their culture and music. Merzouga Pool, with its flamingos, is not far away. You may also want to pay a visit to the nomad wire building, where you can find many Berber handicrafts at lower prices than in the big cities. You’ll be set for your camel ride in the afternoon. You’ll spend your first night under the stars, or in a Berber nomad tent, accompanied by an experienced camel driver, exploring the mystical sand dunes of the Erg-Chebbi for 2-3 hours. Dinner will be served in the tent where you’ll be sleeping.


It would be great to wake up early in the morning, about 6 a.m., to see the sunrise. After you’ve finished watching it, return to your hotel for breakfast and a shower. After that, you’ll fly to the Dades Valley via Rissani, Erfoud, and a number of Berber towns and villages. However, you can pass through the Todra Gorges on your way there. It is one of Morocco’s most beautiful locations. Todra Gorges is also a great place to go for a short hike and see nomads come down the mountain to collect water from the Gorges. After that, you’ll have lunch in a nearby restaurant in or near the Gorges before departing for the Dades Valley. In the Dades Gorges or the Rose Valley, spend the night in a hotel. In a hotel for the night


You can travel to Marrakech via the Rose Valley after breakfast. Continue your journey by taking the “Path of a Thousand Kasbahs.” Just before arriving in Ouarzazate, you’ll pass through the Skouras palm oasis. You can visit Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The true jewels must be sought out and found, as is customary in Morocco… generally off the beaten path. In reality, more films have been shot here than anywhere else in Morocco, including Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth, and The Gladiator. You will arrive in Marrakech in the afternoon and spend the night in a riad.


This day will be spent exploring Marrakech. The famous and UNESCO heritage site of Jamma Lfna, Alkotoubia mosque, will be your first stop, followed by a walk through the city’s oldest neighborhoods, the Bahia and baddi palaces. You will also visit Iben Youssef, an ancient madrassa. Marrakech is also known for its traditional souks, which resemble a network. Lunch at a nearby restaurant. After lunch, visit the botanical garden, also known as the Majorelle Garden. After that, you’ll have some free time to explore on your own. in the same riad for the night


It depends on where your departure