5 Days from Casablanca

5-Days from Casablanca will take you from the bustling streets of Casablanca to the charming Blue City. Each day of this exciting trip will be filled with new experiences that will immerse you in the vibrant culture of Morocco.

Get ready to explore the beautiful architecture and delectable local cuisine of Fes, a historic city. You’ll also have the opportunity to hike through the stunningly beautiful Rif Mountains, where you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of the countryside.

Finally, you’ll arrive in the Blue City itself, where you’ll be greeted by the tranquil blue-washed streets and stunning Moroccan craftwork. You’ll have plenty of time to wander through the souks and bazaars of the city to pick up unique souvenirs and delicious food.

Overall, this 5-day adventure is the perfect way to experience the beauty and richness of Morocco. Get ready to create unforgettable memories that you’ll cherish forever.

What are the reasons for choosing to book the 5 Days Tour from Casablanca?

This itinerary has been specifically curated for the enthusiastic traveller seeking to delve into the cultural and geographical wonders of the 5 Days Tour from Casablanca.

This trip is ideal for those seeking to immerse themselves in the visual and auditory aspects of Morocco within a limited timeframe. 

The 6 Days Tour from Casablanca is designed for the adventurous traveller who is comfortable with extended periods of driving.

How you will spend this 6 Days Tour From Casablanca?

Morocco Days Tour company offers a suggested schedule for a 5 Days Tour in Morocco. This day-by-day plan is intended to provide you with an overview of how you will spend your time throughout the tour. 

The proposed trip schedule has the flexibility to be modified in order to align with the preferences of the individual, so allowing for a customised experience tailored to their specific requirements.

Itinerary of 5 Days from Casablanca to the Bleu City

The first day of our 5-day trip from Casablanca will be spent exploring Morocco's economic capital. You will visit the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.

which is positioned on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The mosque features stunning examples of Moroccan Islamic architecture.

handcrafted tiles, and delicate plaster carving. You will wander along the shore, admiring the Atlantic Ocean, before we head to the hotel for the night.

After breakfast, our driver will pick you up from your hotel and transport you to Rabat (the capital of Morocco). We'll go to Hassan Mosque and Tower, which were erected in the 12th century but left unfinished when the Caliph died.

There, you will have the opportunity to visit the Mausoleums of Morocco's two most recent monarchs, Mohammed V (who died in 1961) and his son Hassan II (who died in 1999), and you will be captivated by delicate Moroccan carvings and Zelig tilework. Then take a stroll in the Oudaias Kasbah.

We will return to Fes in the afternoon. We'll stop in Volubilis and Meknes along the way for guided tours of both. then on to Fes for an overnight stay.

Your tour today will be devoted to learning about Morocco's spiritual capital with a native guide. You will meet your local guide after breakfast and begin your tour of the old medina from the outside. admiring the magnificent vista of Medina from the Merenid tombs.

Continue your exploration of the neighborhood after visiting the city's most significant locations by admiring the city's beautiful fountains, the mosaic Nejjarine Fountain, and touring the Medersas (Korean schools), which date back to the 13th century.

taking in the blue ceramics of the Bab Boujloud entryway, the Jewish Quarter's Mellah, which goes back to the 14th century, the Royal Palace Gate, and famous mosques including the Quaraouiyine Mosque, erected by Fatima el Fihri in 859, and the Andalusian Mosque, which dates back to 860.

After that, you'll wander through the winding lanes dotted with intricately woven Berber rugs and a variety of other Moroccan arts and crafts. You'll also see traditional Moroccan crafts at the ceramics cooperative, large tanneries in Chouara, and the Medersa Seffarin.

where metal and other ornately decorated architectural masterworks are made. Stay the night at your riad.

The day officially starts after we meet our driver and depart for Chefchaouen. We will travel through the Rif Mountains and Ouazzan, stopping frequently to enjoy the wide-open vistas, breathtaking landscapes, and clean air. We are going to have to travel for around four hours to get to the blue city.

Chefchaouen is found in the north. It is known as the Blue Pearl because of the towering, gorgeous, blue-painted walls that surround it. The origins of this shade of blue date back to the 15th century, when Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition invaded Chefchaouen.

You'll need to traverse the city's winding, sharply descending streets, where photo opportunities abound. Plaza Uta El-Hammam, located in the heart of Medina, will be your first destination. a tranquil setting surrounded by cafés and restaurants There, you can view the artistic creations in newly opened galleries.

You will also be able to see the Grand Mosque, the Ras Elma River, which runs through the old city, and the Ethnographic Museum, which houses musical instruments, images of the historic city, and other cultures. After walking across the entire blue city, check into your hotel for the night.

We'll take the journey back to Casablanca after breakfast. We will travel across the Rif Mountains. Our driver will be very flexible along the route.

stopping at several locations to take pictures and enjoy the panoramic view, beautiful landscape, and clean air.

We will arrive in Casablanca in the late afternoon and drop you off at your hotel.

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Please If the itineraries we offer do not meet your needs, please contact us. and tell us about your ideas, and one of our experts will contact you to help you create a one-of-a-kind trip…

What to take on your Morocco Tour?

It is very advisable to use suitcase locks that are authorised by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for securing your bags. Additionally, it is recommended to personally carry expensive items while onboard the aircraft.

A significant number of our excursions include many relocations of our operational centre, hence we strongly advise minimising the weight of your belongings while packing. 

It is essential to acknowledge that there may not consistently be an individual accessible to provide assistance in transporting one’s belongings. Consequently, it is advisable to limit the amount of luggage to a manageable load that can be carried alone.

  • To respect the culture of the destination
  • Travelers should dress modestly and avoid tank tops, low cut shirts, and short shorts.
  • Headscarves are optional.
  • Hiking clothing and shoes (may become muddy).
  • Bathing suit.
  • Comfortable walking shoes.
  • A lightweight jacket/windbreaker (Essaouira is windy).
  • Bring a thick jacket (Note: The High Atlas Mountains may be chilly from November to March).
  • Be prepared for frigid winter nights.
  • Power adapter for 220v, 50 Hz (rounded two-prong outlets).
  • Toiletries.
  • Sunscreen, sunglasses, hat.
  • Prepare a first-aid pack containing lip balm, aspirin, band-aids, muscle cream, Imodium pills for moderate diarrhoea, and any other prescription medications.
Travel Documents
  • A valid passport, together with accompanying photocopies.
  • The provision of travel insurance, together with the inclusion of photocopies.
  • Airline tickets, accompanied by photocopies.
  • Are there any entrance permits or immunisation certificates that are required?
  • In terms of payment methods, individuals have the option to use credit cards, debit cards, or cash.
  • Specifically, credit cards from MasterCard and Visa are often used.
  • The most often used payment methods are American Express and Maestro cards.
  • The use of the product in Morocco presents challenges.
  • The aforementioned document, which has been printed.

It is recommended to get sufficient insurance coverage prior to the scheduled departure date as a precautionary measure against unanticipated events.

The scope of coverage should include potential issues such as damage or loss of luggage, aircraft delays or cancellations, and other related matters.

Mohamed Nogot

Mohamed Nogot is the founder and owner of Morocco Days, providing exceptional travel experiences and tours for those who crave adventure. With over a decade of experience in the tourism industry, Mohamed's passion for travel and exploring the hidden gems of Morocco has led him to establish a company that offers personalized and tailored tours, ensuring that every traveler has an unforgettable experience. Morocco Days allows guests to immerse themselves in the local culture, explore some of the country's most breathtaking landscapes, and indulge in traditional cuisine. Mohamed's focus on eco-tourism and sustainable travel creates an opportunity for travelers to give back while improving the lives of local communities. When you join a Morocco Days tour, you're not just a guest; you become part of a family that's passionate about showcasing the beauty of Morocco. Mohamed and his team of professionals strive to create memories that will last a lifetime.
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