Tours From Casablanca
Tours From Casablanca
Morocco Desert Tours from Casablanca are a fantastic way to experience the highlights of the nation. Explore the bustling cities, kasbahs, and spice markets. Discover the Sahara’s edge on a camel before taking in the views from the Atlas Mountains’ heights.
To get a sense of the imperial city’s pulse, visit souks brimming with one-of-a-kind items. As you camp beneath the stars among some of the world’s largest sand dunes, take a moment to reflect on this incredible experience. Look no further; our Casablanca desert vacation packages and itineraries can provide all of this and more.
Best Morocco Tours From Casablanca
Our 5-day desert trip from Casablanca to Marrakech leads up to several monuments and landmarks in Casablanca, Rabat, and Fes, along with camel riding in the Merzouga Sahara desert. Views of the Dades Valley and the Todra Gorges are shown in the proposal.
On the 8-day Desert trip from Casablanca, you can see the delights of Casablanca, Rabat, and Fes. Enjoy amazing desert activities like a camel ride, Quad bike over the Erg Chebbi sand dunes and night camping under the stars.
On the 10-day trip of Morocco’s imperial cities and the Sahara Desert, departing from Casablanca. It provides an opportunity to visit the best tourist places in Morocco such as Rabat, Hassan Tower, Oudaias, Meknes, Marrakech, Ouarzazat, Ait Ben Haddou, Chefchaouen, Volubilis, and Fes.
Take advantage of our Morocco Imperial Cities Tour. On this 13-day Morocco vacation, immerse yourself in history while enjoying the charm of Morocco, its inhabitants, food, and local experiences. Before exploring the medieval cities of Fez and Meknes, we’ll go to Sahara Desert. Then, before heading to Casablanca to catch your trip home, go sightseeing in Marrakech.
HIGHLIGHTS OF CASABLANCA TOURS
The journey from Casablanca provides a variety of possibilities for both activity and relaxation. Take a kitesurfing lesson on the Atlantic Coast, try mountain biking in the High Atlas Mountains, or sleep beneath the stars in desert tents.
Consider venturing off the main path while visiting Casablanca. Although many people believe that the Medina (old town) in Casablanca is a must-see, it is “only” approximately 200 years old—much younger than those in Fes and Marrakech. You won’t need to spend much time in Casablanca’s Medina if you’re visiting those other destinations. Instead, get out of town, learn about the city’s history, and see some of the city’s hidden beauties, where the people congregate.
Explore Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca
The Hassan II Mosque is Casablanca’s most famous attraction—visit it if you only see one item in the city! It is Morocco’s biggest mosque, located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. A museum, baths, Koranic school, library, and prayer room are all part of the sprawling structure, which is supported by 78 granite and marble pillars. The prayer chamber, which is the world’s second-largest mosque, can house 25,000 people, with an extra 80,000 people able to worship outdoors in the courtyard.
Dinner with a Local Family in Fes
Morocco is situated at the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, both geographically and culturally. It’s no surprise, therefore, that Moroccan cuisine is among the best in the world, owing to this fusion of cultures, cuisines, and nationalities! Many restaurants in Morocco provide traditional Moroccan foods and traditions. The greatest cuisine, on the other hand, may be found in family kitchens, filled with secrets and practices passed down through generations.
Overnight in a Luxury Desert Camp
Spending the night in the desert is a traditional Moroccan cultural experience, but staying in a luxury camp can make the trip much more memorable! The camp’s proprietors are nomadic Berber family who have lived in the Sahara’s sand dunes and desert landscape for generations. They chose to pursue their goals and open a luxury camp that focuses on environmentally sustainable operations in order to preserve the desert and the experience for future generations.
What do people say about our Casablanca tours?
We visited Morocco in February and went on a 5-day private tour with Morocco Ultra Tours from Marrakech to Fes. Our driver/tour guide was Youssef. We had a great time with him and on the trip. The trip was both exhilarating and enlightening for them. Youssef patiently answered all of our inquiries and escorted us to some fantastic places for sightseeing, dining, and shopping. All of this comes at a very minimal price. We were really happy with our experience and would contact Morocco Ultra Tours again the next time we visit Morocco.I recommend them highly.
Amazing trip with Morocco Ultra Tours
We had a fantastic four days traveling from Marrakech to Merzouga via the Erg Chebbi sand dunes.This was the highlight of our two-week stay in Morocco. We couldn't stop talking about it with our relatives and friends since it had such an impact on us. Even in the Sahara, where we had strong WiFi at the camp, the accommodations are of exceptional quality. Without a hitch, everything went off without a hitch. Everything was fantastic, and we would definitely recommend the Morocco Ultra Tours staff.