12 Days Morocco Photographer Tours

Photography Tour of Morocco


12 Days Morocco Photographer Tours is a visual feast, capturing the country’s various splendors, from Casablanca’s Hassan II Mosque to the turquoise lanes of Chefchaouen, the ancient Roman remains of Volubilis, and Marrakech’s busy souks. It’s a voyage across time and territory, with many opportunities to capture the rich fabric of Moroccan culture, architecture, and landscapes. This shortened itinerary highlights the rich views and activities that photographers may expect in this wonderful nation.

  • Photograph the late afternoon light on historic clay walls in the hilltop town of Aït Benhaddou.
  • Ride a camel into the Sahara to shoot the dunes at sunset.
  • Photograph Marrakech magicians, musicians, dye vat tanners, and Amazigh households.
  • Photograph Morocco’s palm oasis, cedar woods, Atlas Mountains, and Saharan dunes.


Each departure will be accompanied by a Morocco photographer expert who will provide valuable insights and exclusive behind-the-scenes viewpoints.

12 Days Morocco Photographer Tours Itinerary:

With your camera, explore Morocco’s lovely towns, visit rose-colored kasbahs, and photograph traditional Amazigh families in their mountain villages. Photograph the historic adobe settlement of Aït Benhaddou lighted up by the late afternoon sun. Ride a camel into the Sahara to catch the play of light and shadow on the dunes.


A mosaic decorates a portion of an outdoor covered walkway outside the Hassan the Second Mosque. Arrive at Mohammed V International Airport (CMN) in Casablanca, then proceed to your accommodation. A guided walking tour of the city’s Habous neighborhood includes a visit to the mechouar, the ceremonial gathering place outside the Royal Palace. This evening, join your fellow travelers for a welcoming orientation and a lively meal.

✅Barcelo anfa


A salesman at an outdoor kiosk in a market displays his products to a group of ladies wearing hijabs. Drive through the exquisite Anfa area on your route to Marrakech, Morocco’s famed “Pearl of the South.” Visit the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque and marvel at the mosaics and traditional architecture of Bahia Palace. Explore the medina’s winding alleyways, which are dotted with market shops and handicrafts. Capture the vibrant pandemonium of Djemaa el Fna Square, home to a diverse range of inhabitants, including magicians, painters, chefs, and musicians. Join us for a rooftop meal in the middle of the historic Medina in the evening with traditional Gnaoua music.

✅Riad Ksar Kasbah

Day 3: Marrakech

Cactus, bushes, and a lovely fountain flank a structure in the Majorelle Garden. Spend another full day enjoying Marrakech’s beauty and magnificence. Photograph alluring plants at the gorgeous Majorelle Garden, originally owned by Yves Saint-Laurent, and visit the Berber Museum, which has a rare collection of Berber antiquities from various areas of Morocco. Discover historical Moroccan architecture in the 14th-century Ben Youssef Madrasa and the beautiful 16th-century Saadian Tombs. After lunch, return to the vibrant medina for a picture session.

✅Riad Ksar Kasbah

Days 4–5: High Atlas Mountains

A lounge adorned with luxurious carpets, hanging lanterns, armchairs and coffee tables with lighted candles. Over the following two days, enjoy a flexible agenda with a variety of alternatives and activities to choose from. Immerse yourself in the rich culture of the High Atlas Mountains and document your experience on video. Walks around the hamlet and visits to local family houses provide opportunities to experience Amazigh hospitality. Practice landscape photography on a range of treks and excursions in this dynamic environment. After a long day of exploring, unwind with a steam bath in a traditional hammam. Later, indulge in delectable food, eat warm bread made in clay ovens, and absorb in the timeless ambience of rural Morocco.

✅Kasbah Tamadot


Aerial image of a paved road winding across the valleys and peaks of a mountain pass. Cross the High Atlas Mountains via the Tichka Pass, pausing to board 4x4s for the journey to the Kasbah of Telouet. The kasbah, which formerly housed the prominent Glaoui dynasty, has a deteriorating facade that hides its exquisite tiling and woodwork. Then, travel through the Ounila Valley to the historic walled town of Aït Benhaddou, and explore its winding pathways.

✅Hotel Ksar Ighnda

Day 7: Ouarzazate / Boumalne Dades.

The sculpted windows and carved facade of the Taourirt Kasbah building in Ouarzazate.  Visit Ouarzazate, a historic colonial trade station, where you may learn about traditional adobe architecture at Taourirt Kasbah. Then proceed along the legendary Road of 1,000 Kasbahs, pausing to snap photos as you pass beautiful oasis and panoramic panoramas. Arrive at Boumalne Dades, a little village set between the crags and plateaus of the semidesert terrain. After lunch, go on a picture trip into the stunning Dades Gorge.

✅Eden boutique Dades


Several travellers stroll up the crest of a sand dune in the Sahara. This morning, go to Erfoud, passing by stunning rock formations, oasis, and rose farms. Take a 4×4 into the desert from the settlement, then ride a camel to catch the sun setting over the Saharan dunes. Arrive at a magnificent Berber tented camp in time for dinner under a starry sky, then spend the evening enjoying traditional Amazigh music and storytelling around the campfire.

✅ Dihya Desert Camp


An overhead picture of the towers, fortifications, mosques, and structures of Fez, Morocco. Awaken early for a picture stroll over the sandscape as the sun rises, turning the dunes orange and gold. Return to the camp for a delicious breakfast, then travel north across the high-mountain plains to Fez and check into your hotel.

✅Palais Faraj Fes

Day 10: FEZ

A lady stands beneath an archway, peering into the inner room of the Bou Inania madrasa. Spend the day touring the majestic imperial city. Take photographs of the 14th-century Bou Inania Madrassa’s elaborately sculpted stucco walls, arches, and cornices. Explore the beautiful mosaics that adorn the Nejjarine Fountain and see the Kairaouine Mosque. Visit the bustling medina, where traders reign over colorful spice mounds and tanners wash skins in dye vats. Later, explore the Royal Palace and Fes Jdid, which houses the old Jewish Quarter. This evening, enjoy a unique meal in a typical Moroccan house, which includes a three-course private dining experience and Sufi musical performance.

✅Palais Faraj Fes

Day 11: Fez, Meknes, and Rabat.

Today, We will travel towards Meknes city It’s known for its imperial past, with remnants including Bab Mansour and Lahdim Yard. We could also visit the Mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismail,ruined Heri es-Souani is a vast structure once used as stables and for food storage. Later, travel to the capital of Morocco, Rabat, and check into your hotel.

Day 12: Rabat-Casablanca-Airport

Today, we will provide you with a custom airport transfer service to guarantee that your 12-day Morocco Photographer Tour ends well. Regardless of your departure city—Casablanca or Rabat—we’ll arrange for transportation to the airport based on your flight itinerary. Our objective is to provide you with a stress-free trip, combining the ease of your travel arrangements with the comfort of our dependable transfer service.


This tour has a light/moderate activity level; guests should be in excellent health and able to walk or stand for long periods of time, navigate uneven terrain, and climb stairs without handrails. Excursions require trudging in desert sand and on narrow, rocky trails, and guests must climb a steep slope to reach Kasbah du Toubkal or other hotels in the Atlas Mountains. There will be opportunities for longer treks into the Atlas Mountains. Please keep in mind that some driving days might be up to 8 hours long, with many breaks.


Throughout the adventure, you will stay in conveniently placed, high-end hotels and lodges with a variety of facilities. You will spend one night in the Sahara in a luxurious Amazigh-style tent with en suite toilets and generator-powered electricity.

Expedition Team:

This journey will be accompanied by a National Geographic expert, one or more expedition leaders, and local guides who will join you along the route.


All of your transportation requirements have been met throughout your stay in Morocco, as mentioned in your travel plan. When you have time on your own, you may decide to visit a place that needs transportation but is not on the schedule. If this is the case, your expedition leader will gladly suggest suitable transportation solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Morocco Tours Photography

Absolutely! Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced photographer, this tour offers opportunities for growth and inspiration.

A DSLR or mirrorless camera with a variety of lenses, from wide-angle to telephoto, will allow you to capture diverse landscapes and moments.

Yes, our experienced guides will offer workshops to help you refine your skills and techniques.

Of course! Our tour is designed for solo travelers, couples, and groups alike. It’s a great way to meet fellow photography enthusiasts.

Visit https://www.moroccophotographer.com/booking  to access all the details and secure your spot for this unforgettable photography adventure.

This photography tour is more than a visual journey; it’s an emotional odyssey. Each day, each frame, captures the essence of Morocco’s diverse beauty. The mix of architectural marvels, cultural encounters, and natural wonders ensures a lifetime of cherished memories. As you embark on your travels, remember that the world is your canvas, and your camera, the brushstroke that immortalizes its beauty.

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Welcome to MoroccoPhotographer Agency, your dedicated partner in capturing the essence of Morocco through the lens. Located in the heart of Marrakech, we specialize in crafting unforgettable moments through the art of photography and videography. Our skilled team of photographers and videographers is passionate about storytelling through visual artistry. We pride ourselves on immortalizing the timeless beauty of Morocco, from the bustling souks of Marrakech to the golden sands of the Sahara Desert and the ancient medinas of Fez and Chefchaouen. Join us on a journey where every frame tells a story, showcasing the vibrant colors, exquisite architecture, and warm hospitality that define Morocco. Welcome to a world where your memories are preserved in breathtaking and authentic ways.
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