Tour Overview

  • Referenceone week in Morocco
  • TypeMorocco Trips
  • Departure CityCasablanca
  • End CityCasablanca
  • Cancellation policyup to 3 days
  • Contract Package

Tour Description

Welcome to Morocco or “MARHABA”. It’s the famous phrase you’re going to hear a lot during your one week in Morocco.

Morocco is one of the best destination in the world. Rich of different cultures even inside the country. With that said, there is a lot to discover.

You are wondering if 7 days Morocco tour is enough. Absolutely yes and here, you get the best itinerary for a one week Morocco tour.

This one week in Morocco includes cities such as Rabat, Chefchaouen, Fez, Merzouga and Marrakech. These are the best destinations in Morocco.

An unforgettable experience, a mixture of cultures and architecture. What makes this trip a unique journey is the discovery of multiple differences between the culture of each city. Each city has its own charm and completely different from the others.

What you are going to explore :

In this 7 days morocco tour, firstly, we begin with Rabat the capital of Morocco, its small old Medina, Kasbah des oudayas, Hassan Tower and Chellah. Rabat is one of the best imperial cities less touristic than the other citis but more relaxing and very clean.

Fez, the biggest and oldest city in Morocco, is exactly a travel over time. Even though the inside of the Medina is full of colors and sparkles, you feel like everything is black and white. A Medina with an area of more than 280 ha.

Next is Chefchaouen. The entire city is blue. What an amazing life there.

The overnight camping in the desert, the most attractive experiences in morocco.

And finally Marrakech, the red city its color talks about it. This is the Medina that never sleeps, thousands of tourists all year round.

One week in Morocco is perfectly enough to discover all these cities and enjoy all the activities we offer.

This is the best itinerary for a Morocco trip in 7 days. Below you have the detailed itinerary. Enjoy your trip with us and WELCOME TO MOROCCO.


This Morocco one week tour starts from Casablanca, and can be personalized from any city of your choice.


day 1 : casablanca to rabat
After The visit of Hassan second mosque than, Transfert from casablanca to Rabat, guided visit of the highlights of Rabat ( Kasbah des oudayas , Hassan tower , mausolee mohamed 5, chellah) free walk in the medina.

day 2 : rabat to chefchaouen
9:30 the departure from rabat to chefchaouen with a nice stop in akchour waterfall for lunch in a paradise, than continue to chefchaouen. free medina tour

day 3 ; chefchaouen to fez
9:30 departure from chefchaouen to fez, after lunch we arrange a guided tour in the medina of fez.
meals :

day 4: fez to meknes and volibilis and moulay idriss
one day trip to meknes to explore the city with a guided tour, and mouly driss and volibilis with a guided tour too.

day 5 : fez > middle atlas> merzouga
9:00 the departure from fez to merzouga with about 20 stops to explore first the middle atlas and the sahara and its villages. and spend the best night of the trip in a luxury camp and an animated night under the stars.

day 6 : merzouga to marrakech
9:00 the departure from merzouga to marrakech with a lot of stops to discover kasbah ait ben haddou, gorges dades and todgha and ourzazat and lunch in our way, once in Marrakech have some rest at your riad or hotel to go in a walking tour with a guide in the medina.

Tour Includes

  • Audio guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Lunch
  • Private tour
  • Professional guide
  • Special activities
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan

General FAQs

  • Do I need travel insurance to go to Morocco?

    Travel insurance including medical insurance should be obtained before leaving your country of origin. Hospitals and clinics in Morocco require payment for. A travel-insurance policy to cover theft, loss and, in particular, medical problems is strongly recommended for all visitors to Morocco.

  • What's the local currency? Do they take credit cards?

    The local currency is Moroccan Dirhams, 1$ USD is about 10 Moroccan dirhams (abbreviated as ‘dhs’ or ‘MAD’) and 1 Euro is about 11 dhs. You can use credit and debit card in towns and tourist areas in Morocco. Visa and Mastercard are most widely accepted. If you usually use an Amex card, you'll need to take an alternative card or carry enough cash for your trip, as you may not be able to find an ATM to withdraw cash easily.

  • Do our guides and drivers speak English, French or Spanish?

    Drivers and guides at Abdou Tours speak many languages such as English, French, Spanish and often German, Portuguese, Hebrew .. Try to let us know about your preferred language before booking your trip specially during high season.

  • What type of clothing is appropriate in Morocco?

    We recommend that you wear whatever is familiar and comfortable on the street at home. Morocco is very tolerant and welcoming to visitors, you're not expected to act or look like a Moroccan. Longer shorts and shirts are fine for men. For women it's a good idea to bring a scarf to cover bare shoulders and arms in rural villages. Shorts are not acceptable for women unless below knee length. Rural people will be visibly embarrassed if you choose to dress with skin showing, and react with a muffled laugh or cover their eyes. In their view, you're walking around in your underwear. City dwellers often dress as anywhere around globe.

  • What language do Moroccan speaks?

    Moroccan speaks a mixture of languages: Arabic, Berber, French and English.

  • Do they drink and party?

    Even if Moroccans are Muslim population they seem to do all of the above. Hachich is quite common in Morocco and it's easy to get in addition to alcohol and bars in big cities such as Casablanca, Marrakech and Tangier.

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