2 Weeks in Morocco Itinerary

The Complete Tour around Morocco in two weeks

Two Weeks in Morocco itinerary allows visitors to experience some of the incredible contrasts that Morocco has to offer; you'll see imperial sights, Blue town of Chefchaouen, Ancient Portugal City of Essaouira and an unforgettable camel tour in the Sahara

Note: We can customize the itinerary to fit into your interests, budget, travel style, accommodations and time frame. More information about our two weeks package, pricing or custom a personal trip for you contact us.

Day 1: Casablanca

Airport Transfer (1hr)

Arrive at any time, pick up at the CMN airport in Casablanca and transfer to your hotel. Recommend dinner at Rick's cafe - one of the few original sets built for the famous movie Casablanca.

Day 2: Casablanca / Rabat / Chefchaouen

Transport 4:30hr + 2 Guided tours

After breakfast, Tour the Hassan II Mosque, designed by the French architect Michel Pinseau. It’s the world's third-largest mosque, built to commemorate the former king's 60th birthday. Depart for a guided visit to the coastal imperial city of Rabat: the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, the Hassan Tower, and Kasbah Chellah near Oudaya Gardens. Then you head off to the Blue town of Chefchaouen which nestles in the hollow of the two mountains - Ech-Chaoua (The Horns) - from which it takes its name. Steep narrow streets with white and indigo limewashed buildings, small squares, ornate fountains and houses with elaborately decorated doorways and red tile roofs make this a delightful town. 
Enjoy your lunch in one of the traditional Restaurant with its atmospheric view over the Ech-Chaoua Mountains.

Day 3: City Tour of Chefchaouen

Private Guided Tour

Explore Chefchaouen

Day 4: Chefchaouen / Volubilis / Moulay Idriss / Meknes / Fes

Transport 4:45hr drive + 2 Guided tours

Set out in the morning to the 2000-year-old Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO world heritage site featured in The Last Temptation of Christ. Enjoy a typical lunch at the holy city of Mouly Idriss Zarhun before a guided tour of the Royal City of Meknes. Overnight & dinner in Fes

Day 5: Guided City Tour of Fes

Private Guided Tour

Enjoy a full day tour of Fes with a local guide. Fes is a +1200 old imperial city. It is the embodiment of the country's history and its spiritual and religious capital, and has been declared a World Heritage Site By UNESCO. The city's numerous monuments have thousands of stories to tell visitors, the Jemaa Karaouyine (the first university to be established in the world), The Mederssa Bounania, the El tanneries and artisan quarters and the fascinating souks are just some of the many places to see. Overnight in Fes

Day 6: Fes / Ifrane / Cedar Forest / Ziz Valley / Erfoud

Full day drive + sightseeing

You leave Fez today early in the morning as the drive is a little long, and head into the Middle Atlas Mountains. Stop by Ifrane, known as “Little Switzerland,” it is a quaint little town in the heart of the Middle Atlas Mountains surrounded by cedar forests filled with Barbary apes. Optional lunch with a Berber family as an introduction to the traditional Moroccan lifestyle, then you continue to Erfoud thru the Ziz Valley famed with its panoramic view and spectacular Jurassic geography. Overnight in Erfoud

Day 7: Merzouga and Camel trek

4x4 Tour + overnight in Desert camp

Today, you head off in a very comfortable 4-wheel drive vehicle to explore the Majesty of the Sahara Desert, one of the most memorable moments of your adventure in Morocco. Visit Rissani’s old souk, Gnaoua people (sub-saharan slaves brought in 16th century from Senegal and Sudan), Explore their rhythm music and lifestyle. In the Afternoon, meet your Blue-man guide for a Desert tour on camel back at sunset through the golden sand sea of Merzouga. Night drum party and dinner at the camp

Day 8: Merzouga / Tinrhir / Todra Gorges / Dades Valley

3:30hr drive + sightseeing tours

After breakfast, you take the 4x4s and head back to Erfoud, known for fossils and fresh dates during harvest festival in October. The beautiful drive will take you through local villages before you stop to witness the original monsters of rock: 300m sheer stone cliffs at Todra Gorge where you will have lunch. Continue through the scenic Dades valley where you’ll see the spectacular rock formations known as Monkey Paws. Overnight accommodation & dinner

Day 9: Dades Valley / Rose Valley / Ouarzazate / Ait Ben Haddou/ Telouet/ Atlas Mountains / Marrakech

4:30hr drive + sightseeing tours

Drive this morning through the Dades Valley towards Kalaa M’gouna (Rose City) and Ouarzazate. Don’t forget your camera, the road along the Valley of thousand kasbahs is photogenic - it’s an opportunity to take some of the best shots of your Moroccan tour. Continue to Ouarzazate “Hollywood of Africa”, optional visit to the Atlas studios and the sprawling Taourirt Kasbah before you stop at the Jewel of Morocco: Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a mud-brick UNESCO-protected village built in the 11th century. The Kasbah has been the backdrop to many Hollywood movies such as Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth (for which much of Aït Ben- haddou was rebuilt), Jewel of the Nile and Gladiator. The journey takes you over the Tiz n’Tichka pass in the High Atlas Mountains, to end in Marrakech.

Day 10: Marrakech Guided city Tour

Medina Guided Tour

This is your discovery day in the Red City, you go for a Marrakech tour with a local certified guide to the historical sites and sightseeing’s of the city: Menara Gardens, Koutoubia Minaret (the most prominent minaret in Marrakech and one of the best masterpieces of Islamic architecture), Saadian Tombs, Ben Youssef Medrasa (a beautifully decorated Koranic School), and the Bahia Palace. The tour continues around the old medina buried within the imperial walls, botanical  Majorelle and Agdal Gardens, the markets, and the famous Djemaa el Fna Square.

Day 11: Marrakech / Essaouira

3hr drive + sightseeing

After breakfast, head to Morocco’s most likeable seaside resort Essaouira Mogador. After checking into your hotel, get yourself used to the atmosphere of this interesting little medina with souks and a grand harbor and fortifications. Visit the important monuments, attractions and sights of Essaouira. The Mogador exotic novels will enchant you with the beauty of its cool beach, its mild climate and bustle of its fishing port. Its UNESCO protected Medina is unique, and its artisans, specializing in marqueterie, will fascinate you with the finesse of their work. Finish your Essaouira excursion day with a sunset dinner at a legendary beachfront restaurant.

Day 12: Essaouira

Free time to relax or enjoy the city

Day 13: Essaouira / Coastal road / Casablanca

3 hr drive + sightseeing

After breakfast head toward Casablanca along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean to the gorgeous medina of El Jadida. The Portuguese built a port here, called Mazagan, to protect their ships following the African coast. Visit the citadel and see the underground cistern before you reach Casablanca.

Day 14: Casablanca

Transfer 1 hr

Your trip will be coming to an end today. You will be escorted to the MCN airport in Casablanca where you’ll head back home with stories and memories of all the unforgettable moments you spent in Morocco our with our amazing team


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