14 Days tour from Casablanca

Discover the highlights of Morocco on our 14-day tour from Casablanca. We’ll start in the bustling port city, seeing top attractions like the towering minaret of Hassan II Mosque, unique for allowing non-Muslim visitors. Then it’s on to Chefchaouen’s winding blue alleys, sacred Fes with its medina and shops, and a magical one night camping under the stars in Erg Chebbi’s massive sand dunes. We’ll explore fortified Aït Benhaddou, the dramatic backdrop for many films, followed by vibrant Marrakech, with its nightly spectacle at Djemaa el Fna Square. 

From the Atlantic coast to the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert, our tour blends imperial cities, berber villages, and natural grandeur for an outstanding introduction to Morocco’s history, culture and landscapes.Your excursion culminates with a drop off to Marrakech airport or your pre-arranged accommodation. Join us for an unforgettable Moroccan journey.

14 days tour from Casablanca itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival to Casablanca

Welcome to Morocco! Upon arrival at the airport or port in Casablanca, you will be met by your guide for the start of your 14-day grand tour of Morocco. Casablanca is the largest city and economic center of Morocco. We’ll begin with a visit to the magnificent Hassan II Mosque, the largest functioning mosque in Africa with breathtaking views of the Atlantic ocean. Stop for lunch at one of the many excellent local restaurants. Afterwards, you’ll have free time to explore this bustling metropolis and also drive along the Corniche, Casablanca’s scenic seaside boulevard, before checking into your hotel for the evening.

Day 2: Casablanca - Rabat the Capital - Assilah

After breakfast at the hotel, we’ll depart for Rabat, one of Morocco’s four imperial cities and the current capital. Our tour of Rabat will include seeing the unfinished Hassan Tower, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, and the Oudaya Kasbah. After lunch, we’ll continue up the coast to Asilah, a lovely beach town known for its whitewashed houses and ramparts. We’ll stay overnight in Asilah before continuing our grand tour of Morocco tomorrow.

Day 3: Asilah - Tangier - Chefchaouen via the Rif Mountains

After breakfast in Asilah, we’ll drive up the coast to the port city of Tangier, situated where the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean converge off the Cape Spartel. Tangier has a rich history as an international zone and artists’ hub. We’ll visit the Cave of Hercules and Cape Spartel before a relaxing lunch. Then we’ll journey inland through the Rif Mountains, making scenic stops along the way to take in the sweeping vistas. In the evening, we’ll arrive at Chefchaouen, the famous “Blue City” of Morocco, nestled in the Rif Mountains. Overnight in a hotel in Chefchaouen.

Day 4: Exploring the Blue City of Chefchaouen

After breakfast, we’ll embark on a walking tour of charming Chefchaouen to admire its iconic blue-washed buildings and alleyways. We’ll wander through the Old Medina, passing the bright blue doors and whitewashed walls that give this city its distinctive beauty. After lunch at one of the many tasty local restaurants, you can hike up to the Spanish Mosque for panoramic views over the city. The evening is free to further explore the medina, shop for local crafts and souvenirs, or simply relax in one of the cozy cafes. We’ll spend a second night in the hotel.

Day 5: Chefchaouen - The Roman ruins of Volubilis - Meknes - Fes

After a leisurely breakfast and more time to enjoy the winding blue alleys of Chefchaouen, we’ll depart for the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. At this UNESCO World Heritage Site, we’ll marvel at the remarkably intact mosaics, arches, and columns illustrating the reach and grandeur of the Roman Empire. From Volubilis, it’s a short drive to the imperial city of Meknes. Here we’ll see the grand Bab al-Mansour gate, walk through the enormous royal granaries, and visit the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. In the late afternoon, we’ll continue on to Fes, the cultural and spiritual heart of Morocco. Upon arrival, we’ll check into our traditional riad located right in the medina.

Day 6: Guided Tour of Fes

Today on our 14-day grand Morocco tour, we’ll have a full day to uncover the hidden gems of Fes.The city is considered one of the imperial cities, besides being the cultural and religious center of Morocco.

In the morning, you will meet your local guide and begin at the Royal Palace Gate, admiring its ornate design before entering the sprawling medieval medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Navigating its maze of alleys and souks, we’ll visit stunning landmarks like the Blue Gate, the Bou Inania Medersa, and the Nejjarine Fountain. We’ll also view the famous tanneries, tour the oldest functioning university in the world at the Al Qarawiyyin Mosque, and see skilled artisans at work.

After a traditional Moroccan lunch, we’ll explore the Mellah, the old Jewish quarter. To conclude the day, we’ll drive up to an ancient fortressed lookout for panoramic views over the entire medina and city of Fes. After this full day of sightseeing, we’ll return to our riad for an evening at leisure.

Day 7: Fes-Ifrane - Cedar forest- Midelt- Ziz Valley- Merzouga Sahara

After breakfast in Fes, we’ll embark on the scenic drive south to Ifrane, known as Morocco’s “Little Switzerland” for its alpine-style houses and cold temperatures. After that we continue driving into the cedar forest to see the native Barbary macaques. Bring some snacks as you wander among these unique trees to feed the monkeys.

Continuing on, we’ll stop for lunch in the mountain town of Midelt before following the Road of the Thousand Kasbahs through the Ziz Valley. We’ll pause to photograph the river oases and medieval kasbahs dotting the landscape. By early evening, we’ll reach the edge of the Sahara Desert near Merzouga. Here we’ll switch to camels for a ride across the dunes to watch the sunset.

At our Berber camp, we’ll spend the night in traditional nomadic tents under the starry desert sky. After a delicious Moroccan dinner, enjoy music and dancing around a campfire. It’s the perfect start to our Saharan adventure!

Day 8: Explore Merzouga region- Nomads- Khamlia (Gnaoua village) - Merzouga lake - Erg Chebbi - Palm grove

Rise early to witness a spectacular Saharan sunrise over the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. After breakfast back at your hotel, we continue your 14 days grand Morocco tour.Today we’ll embark on a full day exploring the desert environs of Merzouga. Our first stop is an ancient mineral mine where kohl eyeliner was once extracted. We’ll learn about this traditional cosmetic and the mining process.

Next, we’ll visit a nomadic Berber family in their woven tent to learn about their culture and lifestyle over a cup of mint tea. Continuing on, we’ll stop in Khamlia village to experience traditional Gnaoua music and dancing by descendants of African tribes.

After a delicious lunch, we’ll take a calming walk through a lush oasis palm grove. Finally, we’ll drive to Merzouga’s wild desert lake, sometimes called Flamingo Lake, to admire the birdlife and incredible landscapes. Then it’s back to our hotel in Merzouga for dinner and another night under the Saharan stars.

Day 9: Merzouga Sahara -Rissani- Erfoud- Todra Gorges - Dades Valley

After breakfast at our hotel, we bid farewell to the desert and drive to Rissani, an ancient caravan town and former capital of the Tafilalt region. We’ll wander through its lively souk, still a major trading center today. Next up is a stop in Erfoud to learn about the mining and fossilization of marble at a local workshop.

Continuing on, we’ll pass through palm oases like Touroug and Tinjdad on the way to Todra Gorge. Here we’ll marvel at the towering red cliff walls carved by the Todra River – a spectacular place for hiking and rock climbing. After lunch at a local restaurant, we’ll drive through the Dades Valley, making stops to photograph unique rock formations like the ‘Monkey Fingers’.

At a high mountain pass, we’ll pause to admire panoramic views over the valley before descending to our hotel. After checking in, the evening is free to relax or explore this Beautiful Valley overlooked by Kasbahs and dotted with palmeraies.

Day 10: Dades Valley - Rose Valley- Palm Groves of Skoura - Ouarzazate Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah- Telouet - High Atlas Mountains- Marrakech

After breakfast in the Dades Valley, we’ll drive through the Rose Valley, stopping in Kalaa Magouna.During the annual Rose Festival in May, we can see locals harvesting roses and producing fragrant rosewater, perfumes, and beauty products. Next we’ll drive through the lush palm grove oases of Skoura, pausing to admire the medieval kasbahs dotting the landscape.

Next we’ll pass through the lush palm grove oases of Skoura before arriving in Ouarzazate, the “Hollywood of Morocco” famed for its movie studios.Then it’s on to the fortified village of Ait Ben Haddou, a stunning UNESCO World Heritage kasbah that has appeared in movies like Gladiator.

We’ll also stop at the ruins of the Kasbah of Telouet before crossing the High Atlas Mountains through the scenic Tizi n’ Tichka Pass. We’ll pause at panoramic viewing points along the way to take in the remarkable landscapes.

By evening, we’ll arrive in the exotic, exhilarating city of Marrakech. We’ll check into our riad.

Day 11: Guided tour Sightseeing Marrakech

After breakfast at our riad, we’ll meet our guide to uncover Marrakech’s top sites. As an imperial city, Marrakech is filled with magnificent history and architecture. We’ll tour the Bahia Palace and see the intricate tilework at the Saadian Tombs, both stunning examples of Islamic artistry. At the historic Ben Youssef Mosque, we’ll admire the detailed craftsmanship before browsing the bustling souks.

Around midday, we’ll stop for lunch near Djemaa el-Fna square to refuel before visiting the towering 12th-century Koutoubia Mosque -the largest mosque in Marrakech. Then we’ll wander the colorful Majorelle Garden.

In the afternoon, you’re free to further explore Marrakech’s winding medina, haggle in the souks, or simply observe the action in Djemaa el-Fna. We’ll return to our riad in the evening and can head back out for dinner in the lively square if you wish!

Day 12: Marrakech- Essaouira

After breakfast at our riad, we’ll hit the road for the coastal town of Essaouira. Along the way, we’ll stop to see goats climbing in argan trees, endemic to this region and producing nuts used for culinary and cosmetic oil. We’ll also pause at scenic overlooks to admire the landscapes between Marrakech and the coast.

By midday, we’ll arrive in Essaouira, a former Portuguese trade hub and fortified seaport town. Upon arrival, we’ll explore the lively fishing harbor filled with colorful boats bringing in the daily catch. A walk along the historic ramparts offers views over the Atlantic beaches and windswept Skala fortifications.

We’ll also wander the UNESCO-listed medina with its winding alleys, whitewashed houses, and local artisans’ shops. After checking into our hotel, you’ll have free time to enjoy the laidback vibes of this seaside town before dinner at your hotel.

Day 13: Airport transfer

After breakfast at our hotel in Essaouira, we’ll start the drive back to Marrakech. Along the way, we’ll pause at scenic overlooks to take in the views of the changing landscapes between the coast and the city. In the afternoon, we’ll arrive back in Marrakech with free time to further explore the winding medina, shop the souks for last-minute treasures, and people watch in lively Djemaa el-Fna square. We’ll spend a final night at our riad in the heart of the action.

Day 14: Departure from Marrakech

On the last day of our two-week Moroccan tour, we’ll transfer you to the Marrakech airport based on your departure flight time. We hope you enjoyed discovering Morocco’s imperial cities, desert landscapes, mountain vistas, and coastal charms over the past two weeks! As you return home with vivid memories and amazing photos, this concludes our services. Thank you for choosing us for your private Morocco tour – we look forward to traveling with you again!

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Please contact us if you have any other questions! We’re happy to customize your private Morocco tour package further.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Morocco safe?

Yes, Morocco is generally a very safe country to visit. Like most places, you’ll want to take normal precautions for traveling, but violent crime is rare. Solo female travelers have safely visited Morocco for years. 

Is 2 weeks in Morocco enough?

2 weeks is a great amount of time to see the highlights of Morocco. You’ll be able to explore top destinations like Marrakech, Fes, the Sahara Desert, and coastal towns. It’s enough time to experience Moroccan culture while also allowing time to relax. Add extra days if you want a slower pace or to visit more remote regions.

How much money should I take to Morocco for 2 weeks?

For 2 weeks in Morocco, having around $100 USD per day is a reasonable budget. This allows for comfortable mid-range hotels, good meals with some cheap street food, activities and transportation, plus souvenirs/shopping. For a 2-week vacation, you can expect to spend around $1400 USD, excluding the plane ticket.

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