Morocco 8-Day Tours & Itineraries
Can I spend 8 days in Morocco? You can add an extra day in a region or city to complement the classic one-week trip, add to a day trip to the Atlas Mountains, or spend extra time in the desert on sandboarding and camel riding. Your extra time is also a great opportunity for cultural excursions: visit artisan workshops near Fes, rural markets and villages on the outskirts of Marrakech, or visit the Argan Oil Cooperative near Essaouira.
See the itinerary below or read our guide to the best 8-day trips in Morocco.
In this 8-day trip, starting and ending in the commercial capital of Casablanca, dive into the modern and ancient cities of Morocco. Explore the capital Rabat north, admire the sunset in the blue city of Chefchaouen, return to Roman times in Volubilis, and visit the artisan workshops in the cultural capital of Fez. End in vibrant Marrakech and explore the busiest square in Africa, Jemaa el-Fna…Learn more
Enjoy the perfect combination of culture, history and adventure in Morocco in just one week. Starting from Tangier, stroll through the blue-painted streets of Chefchaouen, walk through the maze of alleys in Fes, and then ride a camel into the Sahara Desert. End your trip in Marrakech’s museums, medieval hotels, and many souks, where you can pick authentic souvenirs before returning home…learn more
This 8-day itinerary combines culture, adventure and relaxation, and will take you to the famous old Medina of Fes, the dune sea of the Sahara Desert and the brilliant blue sidewalk of Chefchaouen. Enjoy traditional music by the desert bonfire, hike in the huge canyon, and experience wonderful performances in the busiest square in Marrakech…learn more
This 8-day tour combines the culture and adventure of Marrakech, the desert and the High Atlas Mountains. Begin and end in Marrakech and explore the historic souks of the medina, ancient tombs, ancient religious schools and secret gardens. Cross the High Atlas Mountains into the Moroccan desert and explore medieval castles, caravan routes and Sahara dunes…learn more
This 8-day itinerary is a perfect combination of culture, adventure and relaxation, covering the imperial city of Marrakech and crossing the High Atlas Mountains into the desert. Explore desert towns, camp in the Sahara Desert, and relax in the seaside town of Essaouira…learn more
Spend a week on this itinerary to explore Morocco and its treasures, and make sure to appreciate the country’s iconic landscapes and landmarks. You will start in the modern commercial capital of Casablanca, where you can pay tribute to the classic movie of the same name, and then travel to Meknes, visiting Roman ruins along the way…learn more
This 8-day itinerary starts in Marrakech and combines culture, adventure and relaxation. Stroll through the souks and hot pots of Marrakech, explore the gorgeous mosques and religious schools, and experience the lively Jemaa el-Fna Square. Hike the high Atlas Mountains and spend several days exploring the Moroccan desert, full of fortified villages and ancient carriageways through a hidden oasis, before ending your stay in the seaside town of Essaouira…learn more
Explore the highlights of southern Morocco on this adventure. You can spend your first night in the Sahara Desert, then visit the island in its famous tranquillity, and spend a comfortable night in a luxurious camp, exploring the sand dunes of Erg Lihoudi. Continue to Marrakech to visit gorgeous palaces, peaceful frescoed gardens and vibrant city markets. Finally, head to the charming seaside town of Essaouira, where there are 18th-century artist studios and peaceful beach charm…learn more
This 8-day loop from Casablanca to Marrakech combines imperial cities, small towns and unforgettable desert adventures. You will start from Casablanca, Rabat, Chefchaouen and Fes in the north, then venture into the desert, ride camels and spend the night under the stars of the desert camp, and explore ancient caravan routes, oasis and fortified castles . Then, you will cross the High Atlas Mountains into the bustling Marrakech, stroll the souks, and experience the lively jemaa el-Fna Square…learn more
Spend 8 days tasting the cuisine of the Moroccan palette while savoring the flavors of the North. Taste your own delicacies at the food stalls in Fes medina, take part in cooking classes with master culinary masters, and taste wine in the unique wine region of Morocco. When you learn about the country’s cuisine, traditions and heart, you will enjoy luxurious accommodation…learn more
Explore the diverse beauty of Morocco on this 8-day itinerary. Starting and ending in the vibrant imperial city of Marrakech, you will spend the night under the stars of Bedouin-style tents, walk through the narrow alleys of the medieval castle, hike the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, and stroll the charming The seaside city of Essaouira…learn more.
This 8-day itinerary perfectly balances culture, adventure and relaxation, featuring the highlights of the imperial city of Marrakech, trekking in the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains, and relaxing in the seaside town of Essaouira. You will roam the exotic souks in the ancient medina, learn about traditional cuisine and share food with local Berber families, and explore the centuries-old coastal fortifications…learn more.
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We spent days with our guide Hassan visiting ig Atlas, kashba and the desert (Merzouga). He was a great guide and driver, very nice and kind to my teenage kids and parents. Totally recommended!
PazCarvajal, CEO @ Traveling Morocco
I visited Morocco for the first time, and the 4-day itinerary was full of surprises and emotions. Because the cities are far away, I chose a private tour guide. Thank you Hannsan for the professional and caring arrangements along the way, the well-known scenic spots, and the natural and vivid photos taken for us along the way. I sincerely recommend it to those of you who want to visit Morocco.
Ada Chang, CEO @ Traveling Morocco
We cannot fault Hassan for being the best driver and host - he is very competent! I highly recommend it to anyone visiting Morocco. Make sure you go through their company directly and not through a third party in order to avoid problems
Steff, CEO @ Traveling Morocco