One Week Tour from Agadir to Casablanca
Enjoy the finest of Morocco’s natural beauty, history, and culture on our 7-Day Desert Tour, which departs from Agadir and ends in Fes. The gorgeous Dades Gorges, the magnificent Merzouga desert, the lively city of Marrakech, the seaside resort of Essaouira, and lastly, the historic city of Fes will all be visited on this journey.
We will go to Essaouira, a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its ancient medina, stunning beaches, and traditional crafts, via Agadir. Here, you may take in a typical Moroccan lunch, see local artists, and meander around the city’s lovely alleyways.
We will next go to Morocco’s “Red City,” Marrakech. Marrakech is a bustling, dynamic city that is well-known for its magnificent gardens, old palaces, and lively marketplaces. You will be able to wander around the Jardin Majorelle, see the Bahia Palace, and tour the well-known souks of the city.
We will go to the Dades Gorges, a breathtaking region renowned for its soaring rock formations and gardens resembling oasis, from Marrakech. We will trek into the gorges with a guide here, and we’ll have a typical Berber meal al fresco.
We will go on to the Merzouga desert, where we will get the chance to see the sunset over the desert, go on a camel ride across the dunes, and spend the night in an opulent desert camp.
Our voyage will come to a close at Fes, an old city renowned for its vibrant markets, traditional ceramics, and well-preserved medina. Here, we’ll see the Dar Batha Museum, the Bou Inania Madrasa, and the Bou Jeloud Gardens.
You will get the chance to take in Morocco’s stunning natural surroundings as well as its rich cultural heritage throughout our journey. Thank you for selecting our trip, and we hope you have a great journey!
- Explore Essaouira’s medieval medina and revel in its stunning beaches.
- Immerse yourself in the colorful culture and vitality of Marrakech.
- Discover the Bahia Palace and the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech.
- Trek through the breathtaking Dades Gorges.
- Embark on a camel ride adventure across the mesmerizing Merzouga desert.
- Experience a night in a typical Merzouga desert camp.
- Explore the well-preserved medina of Fes and interact with traditional Moroccan craftsmen.
- Visit the Bou Inania Madrasa, the Dar Batha Museum, and the Bou Jeloud Gardens.
- The option to explore Casablanca or catch your departing flight.
- Pickup & dropoff services
- Private Transportation in an SUV or minivan with A/C
- English/Spanish speaking driver
- Plane ticket
- Monuments fees
We will pick you up from your accommodation in Agadir and drive you to the beach city of Essaouira. The journey takes around two hours, during which time you may enjoy the wonderful view of the Moroccan countryside.
We shall begin our visit of Essaouira's old medina as soon as we arrive. This UNESCO World Heritage site is famous for its picturesque alleys, traditional crafts, and stunning beaches. We'll take a medina tour, meet local craftsmen, and learn about the city's rich history and culture. Following our tour of the medina, we will stop for lunch at a Moroccan restaurant, where you will be able to enjoy a great meal while overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
We'll have some free time after lunch to explore the city on our own. You may opt to spend your time relaxing on one of the city's stunning beaches or exploring the local shops and markets. We will return to our hotel in the evening for supper and an overnight stay in Essaouira.
We're going to travel today from the seaside town of Essaouira to the energetic city of Marrakech, often referred to as the "Red City" of Morocco. Three hours or so is how long the trip takes.
We will begin our trip at the Bahia house, a 19th-century house renowned for its elaborate gardens and tilework, when we arrive in Marrakech. We will wander around the Jardin Majorelle, which was created by French painter Jacques Majorelle, after taking in the splendor of the palace.
We will next take a tour of the well-known souks in the city, where you can buy jewelry, fabrics, and ceramics made traditionally in Morocco. Additionally, you will get to experience the lively spirit of the marketplaces and bargain with the merchants.
Following lunch, we'll go to the biggest mosque in Marrakech, the Koutoubia Mosque, which is a superb illustration of Moroccan-Andalusian architecture. We'll also go to the Bahia Palace, a 19th-century mansion renowned for its elaborate gardens and tilework.
We will drop you off at your Marrakech hotel at the end of the day so you can unwind after a full day of touring.
We will travel via the Atlas Mountains, Ait Ben Haddou, and Ouarzazate on our route from Marrakech to the breathtaking Dades Gorges today.
The Tizi n'Tichka Pass, a narrow route that winds across the Atlas Mountains, will be our first stop of the day. We will make stops along the route to see the stunning countryside and authentic Berber settlements.
Next, we'll go to Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its breathtaking scenery and historic kasbahs (fortified dwellings). You may take advantage of this chance to tour the kasbah and discover more about the local history and culture.
We will go to Ouarzazate, a city renowned for its traditional architecture and film studios, after seeing Ait Ben Haddou. Before traveling to Dades Gorges, we will stop here for lunch and a quick city tour. After a full day of touring, we will drop you off at your Dades Gorges hotel so you can unwind.
The travel from Dades Gorges to Todra Gorges and the magnificent Merzouga desert will take place on the fourth day of your 6-day desert excursion from Agadir to Fes.
We'll begin the day with a journey to the breathtaking Todra Gorges, a region renowned for its towering rock formations and gardens resembling oasis. We will embark on a guided stroll into the gorges here and take in the breathtaking vistas of the surroundings.
We will go to the Merzouga desert after seeing the Todra Gorges, where we will get the chance to ride a camel across the dunes and see the desert at sunset. We will spend the night at a posh desert camp where you can take in the distinctive customs and way of life of the desert nomads while dining on a typical Berber meal.
We'll begin our day by rising early to enjoy the dawn over the Merzouga desert. After breakfast, we'll set off for the ancient city of Fes.
Along the journey, we'll stop at Erfoud, a city noted for its fossil and mineral output. You will be able to tour a local firm and learn about the extraction and processing of fossils and minerals.
Following that, we will go through the cedar forest, a lovely area in the Middle Atlas Mountains noted for its cedar trees and Barbary macaques. This is an excellent chance to go for a stroll and see nature and animals.
We will next go to Ifrane, a charming town famed for its Swiss-style buildings and exquisite gardens. Here, we'll take a brief walk about the city, admiring the wonderful architecture and vegetation.
Following our tour to Ifrane, we will continue on to Fes, where we will arrive in the late afternoon.
Today, we'll spend the day seeing Fes, an old city noted for its well-preserved medina, traditional ceramics, and vibrant marketplaces.
Our day will begin with a visit to the Bou Inania Madrasa, a 14th-century Islamic school famed for its beautiful tilework and majestic architecture. The Dar Batha Museum, a 19th-century mansion that holds a collection of Moroccan art and antiques, will be our next stop.
After that, we'll take a walk around the medina, where you can explore the city's small alleyways and colorful marketplaces. You'll also get the opportunity to meet local artists and buy traditional items including ceramics, textiles, and jewelry. Your 6-day journey from Agadir to Fes crossing the desert will come to an end here.
On the last day f your tour from Agadir, we will pick you from your accommodation during this day and transfer you to Casablanca to spend your day there or to the airport .