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    2 Weeks in Morocco itinerary

    14 Day Morocco itinerary Overview:

    Put down the travel guide and immerse yourself in the local culture to really appreciate each place. Get in touch, and we’ll introduce you to our unique adventures. You will feel a profound sense of tranquility wash over you. Enjoy this delightful 14 days in Morocco from Casablanca, which will really be an unforgettable trip filled with pleasure and special moments. The allure of existence will be felt by all visitors to this fascinating nation, whether they are traveling alone, in a group, or as a couple. This will provide joy to others with similar spirits as you. this 2 Weeks in Morocco itinerary is sure to wow you.

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    Our tourism professionals designed the 14 Days Morocco itinerary to satisfy the interests and preferences of each tourist, but there may be times when the traveler needs to update or change the schedule, which is typical and we are willing to accommodate. Please feel free to contact us if you need any support.

    2 Weeks in Morocco itinerary

    Morocco 14 Days

    Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca – Transfer to the Hotel

    At Casablanca International Airport, our driver guide will be waiting to greet you on behalf of Morocco Tour Itinerary Agency. Plus, he’ll drive you to the hotel, where you will spend your first night.


    Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Asilah

    On the second day, you will have a traditional Moroccan breakfast before getting ready to see the Hassan II Mosque, a historical monument in Casablanca and one of Morocco’s top attractions. Standing at 210 meters, this mosque is considered one of the seven biggest in the world. Our next stop will be in Rabat, the capital of Morocco. While here, we’ll take a sightseeing trip to view the beautiful Hassan Tower, an architectural marvel that was once intended to serve as a massive mosque for Muslims in the West. The resting place of the two great kings is situated beside this monument. Later we head to Asilah, a charming little village perched precariously on the Atlantic coast, Lovely and rather gallery-like.


    Day 3: Asilah – Tanger – Rif Mountains – Chefchaouen

    Today is going to be quite exciting, because we’re going to travel to Chefchaouen via Tanger, the “bride of the north,” a city that will make you feel like you’re in Europe. This coastal city will show us the Hercules’ cave, where legend has it that he was tasked by his king with stealing three golden apples from Hesparadis’ vineyard. The fruits that were said to bestow wickedness and authority. Next visit Cape Spartel This is the most westerly point in Morocco, where a watchtower is located to keep an eye out for pirates and other Moroccan foes.

    Later have free time for lunch and explore the Medina’s winding alleyways. Finally, we make our way to the breathtakingly gorgeous town of Chefchaouen. It goes by a few names in Morocco: the blue pearl and the blue city. You will be taken to your overnight accommodation.


    Day 4: Free Day in Chefchaouen (Blue City)

    The second day in Chefchaouen is at your leisure to explore the city at your own pace, taking in the picturesque streets adorned with vibrant blue and white paint that will make your pulse race. According to many, the reason behind the painting is to escape bugs. Additionally, you have the opportunity to visit Ras El Maa, an absolutely stunning place. Mountain and nature tourists can’t miss this entry; it’s a sanctuary for people seeking to learn about biological variety in a setting where animals are more likely to welcome them than humans.

    On top of a hill above Chefchaouen, like a big balcony gazing out over the city from its eastern side, is a modest Spanish mosque that seems lonely, distant, and magnificent during the afternoon. Sunset enthusiasts, as well as those who like poetry, music, and color, congregate around it, and tourists of all stripes make pilgrimages there. Return to the Riad for the night.


    Day 5: Chefchaouen (Blue City) – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes

    The titles of today include breathtaking medieval sites and breathtaking natural scenery. Our journey to Volubilis, the former capital of Mauritanian and the country of the Romans, will begin after breakfast in your beautiful riad. To learn more about this famous town and all it has to offer, you may hire a tour guide. Next cotinine to Meknes, an Ismaili city. Under Moulay Ismail’s rule (1672–1727), it served as the capital of Morocco. Established in the eleventh century, the city rose to prominence as one of Morocco’s imperial capitals. Once we arrive Fes for the overnight, feel free to browse and really immerse yourself in this beautiful city.


    Day 6: Sightseeing tour in Fes with a local guide

    Start a sightseeing tour of the city of Fes, with its rich cultural history and picturesque mediaeval architecture. Embark on a captivating sightseeing tour that will take you to numerous picturesque locations. Begin your exploration outside the medina to marvel at the intricate Royal Palace gates. Stop by a zellij tile cooperative to learn about the ancient Fasis techniques used to make the famous Moroccan mosaics. Then, take in the panoramic view at Borj Nord.

    Discover the old Medina!

    See the world’s oldest medina, Fes el-Bali, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and its winding alleys later on during your tour to the Medina. Explore the Chouara district’s tanneries and the world-renown Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque, which is also home to the oldest continuously running university in the world. Overnight stay in the same Riad.


    Day 7: Fes – Ifrane – Ziz Valley – Sahara Desert of Merzouga

    From Fes, you will be picked up by one of our knowledgeable tour guides and drive to the Sahara Desert via Ifrane, which is renowned as the “little Switzerland of Morocco.” Nestled in the Middle Atlas Mountains, this picturesque town offers stunning views. We continue by going to the Cedar Forest, where wild Barbary macaques live. Here you may feed the monkeys, but be cautious not to spill anything on them. Taking pictures here is a must; the setting is wonderful.

    Next stop is the Ziz valley, where you will be greeted by some of Morocco’s biggest oasis and a stunning scene of thousands of palm trees. Our journey to the magnificent Sahara Desert will continue thereafter. When we arrive, you’ll be able to experience the true essence of the desert as you sleep under a traditional Berber tent and ride a camel over the beautiful sand dunes.


    Day 8: Merzouga Desert Excursion (Visit Nomads, Gnawa, Oasis)

    It is essential to wake early in order to see the breathtaking dawn over the expansive desert environment. After a usual breakfast in camp, we will begin our tour of the desert. We depart from the camp and make our way to the renowned Gnawa settlement, home to the famous dark-skinned inhabitants of Merzouga who have come from places like Mali, Senegal, South Africa, and more. They have formed a basic organization and begun performing music for visitors to the area. Having spent some time with them and found the African rethemes to be enjoyable to listen to.

    We tip them and then go to Mefiss, a free mountain that the French inhabited while they were protecting Morocco. Minerals used to make eyeliner, mascara, and countless other cosmetics are mined on the mountain. Then, on to the nomadic family that reside behind Merzouga’s Erg Chebbi dunes, where they may have a refreshing drink in the comfort of their handmade tent. Once again, we’re taking a leisurely walk through a desert oasis to investigate the vegetation and water sources. Make your way to the hotel for the night as the day comes to a close.


    Day 9: Merzouga Desert – Rissani – Todgha Gorge – Dades Gorge 

    After enjoying breakfast in your Desert Camp, we will set out on our trip to Boumalne Dades, passing via the breathtaking Todgha Gorge. A beautiful river winds its way between two mountains, causing the pulse to race and the eyes to be captivated by the enchantment and splendor of nature. It goes without saying that the gorge is stunningly beautiful, and the kind and helpful locals just add to the enchantment of the area. The next stop should be in Dades Gorge, one of Morocco’s breathtaking gorges. This place is as beautiful as it is intriguing. We will also stop at Monkey’s Finger Mountain to get some breathtaking scenery photographs. At last, we transfer you to your riad where you will spend the night.


    Day 10: Boumalne Dades – Ouarzazate – Ait ben Haddou Kasbah – Tizi N Tichka – Marrakech

    It’s time to move west to Marrakech. Our journey begin from Boumalne Dades and drive to Ouarzazate Known as “Hollywood of Africa”. A renowned movie town that is a mere century old. Because of the hundreds of movies and TV shows that have been filmed here, it is both contemporary and renowned. Next, we continue to Ait ben Haddou Kasbah, a historical relic that has been recognized as a World Heritage site since 1987. Feel free here to explore every inch of this breathtaking Kasbah. Free time for lunch, then we continue to Marrakech but after one last stop in Tizi N’Tichka pass in the Middle of the High Atlas Mountains. Upon arrival, we will Transfer you to the Riad for Overnight.


    Day 11: Sightseeing Tour in Marrakech City

    After a delicious breakfast, we will set off on an adventure to see the wonders of Marrakech, often known as the Red City. With an extensive local knowledge guide, he will ensure your safety while revealing the ins and outs of Marrakech’s Medina and its environs. Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, the ben Youssef Quranic Mosque, and the University are What you will discover today. Later get back to the Riad for a second overnight at the same Riad.


    Day 12: Marrakech – Essaouira 

    The charming little town is situated three hours outside of Marrakech. People looking to escape the mayhem of Marrakech often go to the area named by Essaouira. Considering its rich history, beautiful beaches, and glittering medina. We will make stops along the route to explore and take in the breathtaking scenery. At a small woman’s cooperative that specializes in producing argan oil, amlou, honey, and many more products, we will make our last stop before arriving at Essaouira. We will later drop you off to a fantastic riad where you may spend the night. However, there is still plenty of time to explore the old town’s narrow alleyways and walls.


    Day 13: Free Day in Essaouira

    You are free to peruse the local wares—from fresh seafood to traditional arts and crafts—as you like today. The Skala de la Ville, a castle built in the 18th century that overlooks the ocean in all directions, is one of several historical sites housed inside the medina. You will be enchanted by the sights, sounds, and fragrances of this lively market town as you meander around the medina. In addition, Essaouira is mostly known for its beautiful coastline, so be sure to visit it. Sunbathers, swimmers, and fans of water sports flock to the town for its extensive sandy beaches. Wind and kite surfing are popular activities due to the high winds that blow along the shore. Whether you’re new to surfing or have been on a few times, Essaouira has the beaches for you.


    Day 14: Essaouira – Casablanca

    We will travel back to Casablanca after touring the lovely city of Essaouira depending on your Departure time, we transfer you to the Mohamed V’s International Airport in Casablanca where Your 2 Weeks in Morocco itinerary will conclude. 

    2 Weeks in Morocco itinerary note:

    Morocco 14 Days

    Price Includes

    • Point to point : Pick Up from Casablanca Airport + Drop Off at Casablanca Airport
    • Private transportation in minivan for 14 days
    • All expenses of car and driver for entire route
    • Experienced English speaking driver or driver with separate English speaking guide
    • 12 Nights in Clean, comfortable and spacious Accommodations (Raid & Hotel)
    • All Acommodation's Breakfasts
    • Sunset Camel Ride (Camel per Person)
    • 2 x Full-Day Medina Walking Tour with Official City Guides in Marrakech and Fes
    • Stop along the ways to witness the views and the stunning landscapes!
    • Fuel and tolls for entire route
    • 1 Night in a desert magical camp at the heart of the desert
    • 3 Dinners at Accommodations (2) in Merzouga Desert -- (1) in Boumalne Dades

    Price Excludes

    • All meals (drinks - Lunches - 11 Dinners) not specified as included.
    • Any Private Expenses & Optional Activities
    • Entrance Fees for Sights
    • Gratuities & All Flight Tickets

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