4 Days Desert Tour From Casablanca To Marrakech

4 Days Desert Tour From Casablanca

Overview of 4 days desert tour from Casablanca:

This all-encompassing four-day tour highlights the best of Morocco, from cultural stops in imperial cities to natural exploration in desert landscapes. Begin in modern Casablanca and end in bustling Marrakesh. You’ll discover little Switzerland, ride a camel into the Sahara, visit old kasbahs, cool off in an oasis, and explore the thriving historic cities of Rabat, and Marrakesh.

Highlights of 4 days tour Casablanca to Marrakech:

Is this Morocco desert tour in 4 days right for you?

This private all-inclusive 4-day desert tour from Casablanca is suited to travelers who are running out of time and determined not to leave Morocco without experiencing the Sahara desert or who decide at the last minute to incorporate a stay in Dades Gorge and Marrakech. As a desert country, Morocco can have extreme weather. Please consider the time of the year you wish to travel and your suitability to that season. Prefer to the section of Essential Travel Info for more details. Within this 4 Days Desert Tour From Casablanca, there are some long travelling days on this trip as we cover a great deal of land. The road over the High Atlas Mountains is very windy, so please take this into consideration if you or your child suffers from motion sickness.

Why you’ll like this desert voyage!

This 4 day Moroccan trip from Casablanca lets you experience and enjoy the Berber culture, spend an unforgettable night in the desert, and trek the ancient kasbahs in the south. Travel with a local knowledge leader who will share the magic and the real of Morocco with you. Admire the massive Mosque of Hassan Ⅱ and landscapes along the way, especially panoramic with some breathtaking views. Take a gentle walk in Ifrane city (the Switzerland of Morocco). Witness the Barbary Apes in the Cedar Forest on the Mid Atlas Mountains. Hop on your camel toward your luxury camp, count the shiny stars and join a traditional local band after dinner to have some fun with their music dancing around an open fire.

Brief itinerary of desert adventure:




Day 1

Morning in Casablanca and Rabat, National park of Ifrane


Day 2

Sahara Desert & Camel rideSahara Desert & Camel ride


Day 3

Toudra Gorge in Tinghir, Dades Valley


Day 4

Rose Valley & Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah in Ouarzazate, Drop off in Marrakech


Detailed itinerary 4 day desert trip from Casablanca:

Day 01: Casablanca - Rabat - Azrou - Ifrane

You will be welcome and picked up by our staff, then dive the short distance north to Rabat city, the current capital of Morocco.Today, we will take you to visit one of the most impressive must see sites in Casablanca. Mosque Hassan Ⅱ, the largest mosque after Mecca in the world. After, drive to Rabat, As home to the Moroccan government, as well as the city where old and new mexture perfectly. We will visit two well-known monuments: The kasbah of Udayas and an unfinished Hassan tower and mosque from the 12th century.

Later on, continue our journey to Azrou village passing by El Hajeb. A berber city in the Middle Atlas Mountains. Lunch in a local restaurant on the way. And continue through the Cedar Forest to reach your Hotel in Ifrane city referred as the ‶Switzrland of Morocco″. Checking in to your accommodation in the national park.

  • Splurge
  • Mid-range
  • Don’t break the bank ( Standard)
  • Casablanca –  Mosque Hassan Ⅱ guided walking tour
  • Rabat – Tower Hassan Ⅱ walking tour
  • Rabat – Oudaias Kasbah visit
  • Ifrane – National park walking tour
  • Dinner

Today’s total driving time is approximately 4h 20 minutes
Today’s total driving distance is approximately 294 km

Entrance fees to the monuments are not included. However, it’s simply possible to be included just let us know please while you are confirming your trip with one of our experts.

Day 02: Ifrane - Midlte - High Atlas Mountains - Ziz Valley - Erfoud - Merzouga

After breaking your fast at the hotel, we’ll drive south to Ziz Valley. A canyon full of palm trees. Stop in Michlifen, where you might catch some barbarian apes in the forest. Afterward, we continue our leisurely journey through fertile valleys to reach Midlte city known as the ‶capital of apple″. The temperature in this small village is similar to Ifrane city’s one. After some stops on the Atlas Mountains we’ll arrive at Aoufous village, where you can have lunch besides Ziz Valley.

Later on, continuing to Erfoud city where you can feel the landscape is changing completely. Erfoud is famous for fossils and its annual festival in September. We may visit one of the factories. Get to Merzouga village. Hop on a camel crossing the golden sand dunes of Erg-Chebbi approximately 1 hours and a half with a stop on a high dune to admire the sunset. Get to camp surrounded by dunes. You will be greeted with a cup of mint tea, enjoy the nomad hospitality and a traditional feast under the sky jeweled with millions of stars and the crystal-clear milky way. Followed by live local music around an open fire.

  • Splurge
  • Mid-range
  • Don’t break the bank (Standard)
  • Breakfast & Dinner
  • Atlas Mountains – Cedar forest walking tour
  • Sahara desert – Camel trekking
  • Sahara desert – Sand-boarding
  • Sahara desert – ATVing, buggy
  • Sahara desert – Horseback riding

Today’s total driving time is approximately 6 hours
Today’s total driving distance is approximately 400 km

The camel rides are really romantic activities to explore and enjoy the Sahara desert. But if you’d prefer, it’s simply possible to do another activity instead with few extra fees, or to be driven to and from the camp. Please let your guide know.

Day 03: Merzouga - Efroud - Todra Gorge - Dades Gorge

Be sure to rise early to witness a Saharan sunrise, before traveling toward Dades Gorge. Along the way, we’ll stop in Rissani town to visit its caravan market and be sure to visit the livestock auction as well as the “donkey parking lot”. On our way to Tinghir, we’ll make a quick stop in Rissani’s gateway before enjoying the ride on the Savanna’s road toward Alnif.

Arrive Tinerhir to admire the river oasis that extends on either side of the town. The surrounding desert landscape reveals impressive buttes, mesas, and plateaus. Nearby, you will have the opportunity to explore the Todra Gorge, a 984 feet (300 m) deep ravine, cut by the Todra River. Continue our trip to Boumalne Dades. Know for its Goges and the rock formation known as Monkey paws. Check into your hotel overlooking Dades Valley.

  • Splurge
  • Mid-range
  • Don’t break the bank (Standard)
  • Dinner & Breakfast
  • Rissani – Traditional market walking tour
  • Tinghir – Todra Gorge walking tour 
  • Tinghir – Female’s cooperative of handmade rugs

Today’s total driving time is approximately 3h.41 minutes
Today’s total driving distance is approximately 354 km

Day 04: Dades Gorge - Kalaat M'gouna - Ait Ben Haddou - High Atlas Mountains - Marrakech

Enjoy a comfortable private transfer from Dades Gorge to your accommodation in Marrakech, which takes approximately five hours. Along the way, stop in Rose valley in Kalaat M’gouna(Town of roses) known for its annual rose festival in May. Purchase the rosewater, which will make your linen smell good a long time after your trip is over.

Next, drive through the ‶Road of thousand kasbah″ to reach Ouarzazate known as ‶Hollywood of Africa″. Join a movie studio tour and discover which of your favorite movies were filmed in the nearby desert regions. Movie buffs may appreciate a visit to the Musée du Cinema. Continue to the dramatic Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou—One of the largest and famous kasbah in Morocco. Declared as a UNESCO world heritage site since 1987. Additionally it’s a great location for numerous films including Lawrence of Arabia, Got, gladiator and more. Enjoy your guided walking tour before crossing the High Atlas Mountains to Marrakech.

Afterward, travel to the bustling city of Marrakech through the twisted road of  Tizi n’Tichka. Stop in the highest point in the Atlas Mountains to enjoy the breathtaking view and in a local Argan Oil Cooperative and discover how the local women extract the precious oil from the argan nut to make oil used in the health, food, and cosmetic industries. Follow the winding road to Marrakech, where the tour and our service of 4 Days Desert Tour From Casablanca ends, drop you off in your preferred location in Marrakech.

  • Breakfast
  • Kalaat M’gouna – Female’s cooperative of rose water
  • Ait Ben Haddou – Kasbah walking tour
  • High Atlas Mountains – Female’s cooperative of argan oil
  • Ouarzazate – Atlas Studio & museum – MAD80

Today’s total driving time is approximately 5 h. 24 minutes
Today’s total driving distance is approximately 312 km

Inclusive & Exclusive


We select the best accommodations carefully to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Hospitality and everything makes you feel like home.

* If those accommodations above are not available at the time of booking. You’ll be staying at similar ones and we will let you in advance. If you have preferred ones in mind to stay at and not mentioned above, let us know and we’re happy to book it for you.

* April and December are peak travel times! Make sure you book in advance to get preferred accommodations.

Price & Booking


1 person

2 person

4 person

8 person

10 – 16 person

First option

$ 1180

$ 695

$ 410

$ 300

$ 250

Second option

$ 1140

$ 860

$ 595

$ 480

$ 320

Third option

$ 1750

$ 1200

$ 920

$ 680

$ 450

The prices of our tours depend on the packages you select(Splurge, Mid-range, or Don’t break the bank accommodations), the number of travelers on your journey, and the season of your travel.

* All prices are in Euro, US Dollars, Pounds, or Moroccan Dirhams, per person. There is an additional 10% fee for tours including the dates between Dec.20 – Jan.5(Peak Season). For single rooms, a single supplement fee will be applied.

For the bookings of our tours, we kindly request a small deposit of 20% of the total price to be sent to our bank account, PayPal or Wise account. The balance is to be paid to your driver/guide at the meeting.

Trip preparation

Know Before You Go

Although most of the planning and preparation is taken care of for you, there are still a few things you should know and some details you should take care of to ensure your comfort, safety and peace of mind. Please review the following information before your departure to ensure that any surprises along the way will only be pleasant ones.

  • During the booking process please let us know if you have any food restrictions or allergies.

  • Since lunches are not included, your guide will suggest restaurants where the food is tasty and fresh in order not to get sick. However, if you have a particular restaurant in mind. Inform your guide to accommodate your choices. On the other hand, based on his experiences, he will be glad to assist you whether their service and meals are marvelous.

  • Alternatively, your driver will make frequent stops along the way, especially in breathtaking places. This tour is flexible, if you recognize a worthy place to stop in, feel free to ask your gently driver.

  • Respect tour departures times to avoid delay and loss of sightseeing opportunities. If necessary, let your guide and driver know.

    For the benefit of all tour participants, we ask tour members to be considerate of their fellow travelers in the following ways:

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) or “drone” technology has quickly become affordable and is increasingly popular with recreational users. While some countries have clear, established drone laws, others do not, or existing regulations are undergoing review and change. Travelers who wish to bring a drone on their trip are responsible to research and abide by the laws and regulations, as well as to check with their airline(s) regarding their rules for transporting drones. Please note that tours are unable to extend the length of scheduled visits and stops to accommodate use of drones. If you’re coming with your drone, let us know in advance to schedule the time for it.

  • Ramadan may make your trip excruciating, due to most of the restaurants and shops would be closed. And alcohol beverages will not be served in restaurants and hard to find.
  • Our guides are fluent in languages, and they are happy to share all what they have known so far, if you’d like skip or add an activity to your daily itinerary feel free to ask your guide.
  • During your stay in Sahara Desert (desert camp) your luggage will be transferred directly and safely to your camp.
  • Children under 5 years old are free of charge. 6 – 8 (- 70 %). 10 years old is considered to as an adult.


PAMELA ROBERTS@Pamelaroberts
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Just had the trip of a lifetime. First, our Your Guide Mohamed was amazing. He truly cared about us and our experiences and strived to keep us all happy. Everyone should be as lucky as us to have Mohamed as a guide. And we saw an experienced all aspects of life in Morocco from the marketplace to Sahara Desert. We were engaged at every opportunity from eating hot bread in the market place to riding camels to traditional dancing and music. Every moment was a "wow" moment. Thank you for a top-notch tour and guide.
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Absolutely phenomenal! This was our very first group tour and Morocco Vacation Travel exceeded our expectations! We did not expect such phenomenal hotels, restaurants, tour sites, and more. So, thank you to MVT. But most importantly, we can not exclaim enough about Mohammed, our tour manager. He is knowledgeable, kind, organized, understanding, and patient. The perfect representative for MVT.
Marilyn D
Marilyn D@Marilynd
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It was a very wonderful experience. The sites that we've come to see and visit were all great! Our guide Abdel was very knowledgeable, understanding, kind, considerate, attentive to our needs and very patient with all of us. The camp and food in the desert were all great! The driver and the assistant were also very helpful.


Yes! Absolutely, this 4 day Sahara desert tip is available every day, except summer the temperature can reach 40 degrees Celsius – 104 degrees Fahrenheit.

The early bird catches the warm! As soon as you know your exact dates of your desert trip, contact us. 

It depends on the period you’d like to experience Sahara Desert. The tents are well-equipped (enough blankets, hot water, and extra pillows).

  • Summer: (end of June – Augusts) light and soft clothes, such as scarf, skirts, slippers, skin protection, sunglasses.
  • Winter: (October – end of March) warm clothes, sneakers, extra jacket or coat.

The best time to do this 4-day Morocco desert itinerary is all seasons of the year except summer. You might feel overwhelmed by sandstorms and high temperatures.

The best way to experience Sahara desert is by camel ride. To enjoy this ancient transport, put comfortable clothes on, loose pants, sneakers and a small bag where you can put some stuff in, like a bottle of water, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a camera if you have any.

So many Sahara desert adventures get confused between Sahara Desert of Erg Chigaga and Sahara Desert of Erg Chebbi. Both of them would take your breath away! But here is one thing to keep in mind, if you’re looking for a typical lifestyle and would like to stay away from touristy places, then Sahara Desert of Erg Chigaga means you. On the other hand, Sahara Desert of Erg Chebbi in Merzouga attracts tons of visitors all over the world, due to its high clean oragned-sand dunes and luxury camps.

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⚠️Note: If you are not enable to find any activity you are looking for, or to modify anything in this itinerary,  we are available 24/7 for any questions or requests. do not hesitate to contact us, we are more than happy to customize your itinerary according to your exact needs and requirements.

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