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Destinations:  Casablanca and Fez, Morocco
Travel Style: Acanela Local Expedition ©
Accommodation: Basic Guesthouses
Activity Level:  • • 3 • • (Medium)
Group Size: Min 1, Max 16
Age Range: 18 to 65+

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Itinerary Overview

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Day 1: Arrive to Casablanca, Morocco International Airport (TNG)
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Arrival Airport: Casablanca International Airport (CMN)

Arrive at the Casablanca International Airport. Check into hotel and enjoying a delicious welcome dinner. Private transfer from the airport to the hotel can be arranged.

Accommodation: Hotel Campanile Casablanca Centre Ville or similar

Day 2: Casablanca Tour
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We will start our journey with a tour of the ancient city. Our guide will instruct us on the city’s history, and we’ll glean insight into daily life in the town as we walk the streets and explore the Hassan II Mosque, the Parc de la Ligue Arab, and Place Mohammed V. Our first stop on our tour wil be visiting Hassan II Mosque, the seventh-largest mosque in the world. Next we will go to Parc de la Ligue Arab, a beautiful garden. Our final stop will be Place Mohammed V. After lunch, you'll explore Casablanca's markets on your own, giving you time to shop for world-famous textiles, lanterns, leather, woodwork, and pottery. For dinner, we'll eat at a local restaurant, trying a variety of foods that make Morocco a culinary delight.

If you'd like, you can add a market tour and cooking class (or lunch and dinner at a local restaurant) to your itinerary.

Accommodation: Hotel Campanile Casablanca Centre Ville or similar

Day 3: Markets of Casablanca, Morocco
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You will enjoy a whole day familiarizing yourself with this imperial city. Today you are able to explore Casablanca on your own. The city has a rich history, and today is the epicenter of business and finance in Morocco. Note that Casablanca's Moorish buildings, which meld French-colonial design and traditional Moroccan style, are best admired in the downtown area. If you visit the Quartier Habous and the beachside suburb of Ain Diab, you are sure to get into the local swing of things.

If you are interested in something more, we can arrange a day trip to Marrakech.

Accommodation: Hotel Campanile Casablanca Centre Ville or similar

Day 4: Travel to Fez, Morocco
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Fuel up with a hearty breakfast as you prepare to depart to our next destination, Fez (also known as Fes). Welcome to the largest city in the world that doesn’t allow cars. Because of this, Fez’s streets are famously narrow and warped, with shadowy markets that feel frozen in time — the ideal place for a photo op. Today you will be able to explore on your own, discovering places like the medina and the Museum of Dar El-Batha.

If you'd like, you can choose to add a traditional Moroccan cooking class into your day.

Accommodation: Riad Misbah or similar

Day 5: Fez Tour
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After breakfast, your guide will escort you to the Royal Palace, Fez el –jadid, and the “Museum of Weapons," a fortress that is used to shelter Fez city. With your guide, you will enter Rue Talaa Kebira, the main street leading to the old legendary medina where we will visit the Kairaouine Mosque. Following this, we will visit the Ech Cherabliyine Mosque (Mosque of the Slipper Makers), and visit souks to learn about how a variety of local products are made, such as henna, slippers, caftans, silks, spices, and jewelry. We will stop by Fondouk El Najjarine - identified as a UNESCO locality, and we'll enjoy lunch together in a local restaurant. In the afternoon, you can explore on your own and discover why Fez has become the "new" culinary capital of Morocco.

If you so choose, you can add an afternoon medina tour to your itinerary.

Accommodation: Riad Misbah or similar

Day 6: Fez, Morocco
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After breakfast, you will explore Fez on your own. Enjoy a local lunch and relax at our riad or spend an adventurous day out exploring.

Alternatively, you may add a day trip to the blue city of Chefchaouen to your itinerary.

Accommodation: Riad Misbah or similar

Day 7: Depart Fez to Casablanca, Morocco
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After breakfast, we’ll set off for Casablance International Airport and head home — unless, of course, you extend your trip with an excursion to Essaouira or the Sahara.

Departure Airport: Casablanca International Airport (CMN)

Trip Inclusions

  • Travel Style: Local

  • Service Level: Simple (comfortable and clean accommodations; public and private transport)

  • Route: Casablanca and Fez

  • Accommodation: 3-star Riads or hotels

  • Transport: Air-conditioned van

  • Meals Included: 6 breakfasts, 1 dinner


This Acanela Local Expedition © offers an affordable experience for those looking for clean and simple accommodations, with lots of experiences and adventure. Embark on this small group exploration and have hands-on encounters with local people, culture, cuisine, wildlife, and nature.

Dates & Prices

From $900/person | All the best local experiences in one package including simple guesthouse accommodation for all nights, public and private in-country transport, our expert driver guides, all activities listed on itinerary, and daily breakfasts. *International airfare and visa fees are not included.

+ Single Supplement: $300/person

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Frequently Asked Questions

+ Is Morocco safe for female travelers and solo travelers?

Yes, absolutely!

+ What type of dress code should we follow in Morocco?

It's best to wear modest clothing - we recommend bringing long, flowy pants if you can (but no jeans, as they would be too hot). Short-sleeved or quarter-length-sleeved shirts are fine as well. We would also suggest bringing a lightweight scarf if you would like.

+ When is the best time of year to visit Morocco?

In general, it's best to travel to Morocco from September to April, when the weather is a bit cooler. Please note that some restaurants and stores might be closed during Ramadan (the dates vary from year to year).

+ What is the best way to contact the in-country team?

The best way is to download WhatsApp, a messaging system used by all of our international partners. Their numbers are listed on the itinerary.

+ What are standard tip amounts? Is it customary to tip in Morocco?

Tips in Africa are, on average, $5-$10 (USD) per day for the guide and $2-$3 per day for the driver.

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