Tour Overview

  • TypeMorocco Trips

Tour Description

Discover the gateway to Africa. Morocco, the country of 1200 years of history. 11 days Morocco travel is the trip that takes you in a great adventure exploring the 3 sides of Morocco. The center, the north, and the south. This 11 days trip will be the most memorable experience of your life.

The journey begins from Morocco’s largest city Casablanca. This city is a remarkable blend of modern architecture with old-world charm. In addition to that, its a unique fusion of 21 st century life and islamic heritage.

Then to the capital, Rabat. One of the imperial cities as well as the most relaxing one. One day is enough to explore all the highlights and get a free walk in the old Medina.

Next, is the jewel of the Rif Mountains. This is a picturesque city where it’s easy to get lost. That is Chefchaouen, the blue city. Its Medina is one of the most beautiful old cities in all of Morocco.

The next city will be Fez, one of Morocco’s largest cities. Seated in a valley surrounded by beautiful peaks in the north side of Atlas Mountains. It was once the capital of the Moroccan kingdom.

After that, the desert. This will be the point of start to the largest desert on Earth. The Sahara covering almost all of the north Africa. Its size is comparable to that of the United States. Sunrise in this part of the world is once in a lifetime experience. Our camp in the dunes of Merzouga is well organized and fully equipped to spend a great night under the sky.

Furthermore, we will explore the south. Marrakech, the red city full of energy, has always being the most touristic city in Morocco. And of course, Essaouira “Mogador”. This city is known for the Gnawa music and its wonderful Medina.

There is certainly much more to explore in this 11 days morocco travel. Below, you have the itinerary with all the cities and villages you’re going to explore.


This 11 days Morocco travel starts from Casablanca, and can be personalized from any city of your choice.

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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