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    Casablanca tour: Morocco Itinerary 14 Days

    14 Day Grand Morocco Tour from Casablanca

    14 Days (2 Weeks) Tour in Morocco
    14 Day Morocco itinerary tour from Casablanca

    Experience Morocco’s beauty on a 14-day itinerary tour from Casablanca. On these 14-day and 13-night trips, you will be impressed by a world full of magic and wonders. The tour starts in the economic capital of Morocco, Casablanca. The journey takes us to numerous breathtaking locations. You will get to discover Rabat, the royal capital of Morocco; Asilah, the ancient city; and Chefchaouen, the blue pearl. Afterward, we head to Volubilis and Meknes, where civilization, empire, and history lie. Later, spend two nights in Fes, immersing yourself in the city’s authentic historical landmarks and exploring its vibrant markets. After that, we drive south, passing through the small Switzerland of Morocco (Ifrane) and the Cedar Forest.

    → To Sahara Desert

    Later, we pass through the middle Atlas Mountains to reach the Sahara Desert of Merzouga, where you will be embracing the serene beauty of a Sahara sunset at Erg Chebbi Dunes. In this vast expanse of sand, every end of the day feels like a peaceful surrender to nature’s masterpiece. You will ride camels and spend a night in a charming luxury camp in the heart of the desert. Next, we travel to Erissani City, home to traditional market that operates every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Here, you can find handcrafted products made from goat’s and sheep’s skin, what makes the Market unique is that most of buyers and sellers their transport is donkeys so for that you will see a donkey’s parking instead of car parking.

    → One Thousand Kasbah Road

    Furthermore, we will visit two fascinating gorges that lie on our way: the Todgha Gorge and Dades Gorge, as well as the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. Later, we pass the high Atlas Mountains and stop on an overlooking panorama at Tizi N’tichka, with an elevation of 2260 meters. Last but not least, you will get to discover Marrakech on a sightseeing tour with the help of a local guide from the area. Finally, proceed to Essaouira, situated near the coast. The 14-day Morocco itinerary concludes in Casablanca.

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    Arrival Destination


    You will be picked up by our Driver Guide from the Mohamed V International Airport in Casablanca

    Departure Destination


    You will be dropped off in Your Accommodation in Casablanca or in Mohamed V International Airport.

    Brief Itinerary of: Morocco itinerary 14 Days

    Two Weeks in Morocco

    Brief itinerary


       ‌‌1st Day:

    Arrival in Casablanca (overnight in Casablanca)

    2nd Day:

    Casablanca to Asliha (overnight in Asilah)

    3rd Day:

    Asilah to Chefchaouen (overnight in Chefchaouen) ‌

    4th Day:

    Chefchaouen (Overnight in Chefchaouen) ‌

    5th Day:

    Chefchaouen to Fez (Overnight in Fes)

    6th Day:

    Fez (Overnight in Fes) ‌

    7th Day:

    Fez to Merzouga desert (Overnight in luxury camp in Merzouga) ‌

    8th Day:

    Merzouga desert (Overnight in a hotel in Merzouga) ‌

    9th Day:

    Merzouga Desert to Bomalen Dades (Overnight in Dades) ‌

    10th Day:

    Bomalen Dades to Marrakech (Overnight in Marrakech) ‌

    11th Day:

    Marrakech (Overnight in Marrakech) ‌

    12th Day:

    Marrakech to Essaouira: (Overnight in Essaouira) ‌

    13th Day:

    Essaouira to Casablanca (Overnight in Casablanca) ‌

    14th Day:

    Departure in Casablanca Mohamed V international airport

    Morocco Itinerary: 14 Days in Morocco from Casablanca

    2 Weeks Grand Morocco tour

    Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca

    Your driver guide from Africa North Journeys will pick you up from Mohamed’s V International airport. Depending on your arrival time, we will arrange a brief visit to the Hassan ll Mosque, which is the largest mosque in Morocco and the third largest in Africa. It boasts an impressive view of the Atlantic Ocean and stands at 210 meters high, making it the second highest minaret in the world. You can take a walk in the Cornish or even taste the Moroccan fish beside the ocean. Later, we will transfer you to your hotel for the overnight stay.

    • → Meals included: Only Breakfast is included at the hotel.
    • → Distance: 33 Km from The Airport to the Hotel.
    • → Duration: Depends on the Traffic but Approximately Half an Hour

    Day 2: Casablanca - Rabat - Asilah

    The day starts with a typical Moroccan breakfast, and then we keep on our adventure to Asilah. As we journey along the Atlantic Ocean’s shoreline, Rabat presents a plethora of visual delights. Among these is Hassan’s Tower, a significant landmark that you must not overlook during your visit. The unfinished minaret tower aspired to be the world’s largest, while the mosque, upon completion, would have become the largest in the Muslim Western world.

    → Make the way to Asilah

    Following that, we visit Oudayas Kasbah. The next visit will be Challah’s Kasbah. It was an important commercial center. However, the accuracy of the information is questionable due to the cessation of excavations, leaving many of the kasbah’s features buried beneath rubble and awaiting exploration. Later, after lunch, we continue our way to Asilah, where you will spend the night in a Charming hotel.

    • Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the hotel.
    • → Distance: 299.8 km From Casablanca to Asilah City
    • → Duration: 5 Hours with Stops

    Day 3: Asilah - Tanger - Chefchaouen

    Today’s after a northern breakfast. We start our journey from Asilah to Chefchaouen by passing through Tanger. Or as it is known by the “bride of the north,” the first thing we do once we arrive Tangier is visiting Hercule’s cave, and the history behind it is that Hercules one day was sent by his rein to steal three golden apples from the paradise garden. The apples were believed to confer immortality. And on his way to the paradise, Hercule stayed in that cave. 

    Next, we will visit also, the cape Spartel, located closer to the cave, is the second-closest point to Spain after the one in Tunisia. The location is regarded as a watchtower against pirates and smuggling ships. Next, after lunch, we probably make a small visit to the old Medina, then we keep driving inland to the blue pearl (Chefchaouen), the way between is just fantastic with the magnificent landscapes that the area has to offer. Stops are made along the way. In the afternoon we reach our destination (Chefchaouen), for overnight stay.

    • Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the hotel.
    • → Distance:149.3 km From Asilah to Chefchaouen
    • → Duration: 5 Hours with Stops

    Day 4: Free exploring day in Chefchaouen

    Today is a free day that you can enjoy on your own. After breakfast, you can explore the Medina’s narrow streets, adorned with blue and white hues, which are believed to repel mosquitoes due to the presence of numerous waterfalls and rivers in the area. Throughout the day, you can ascend the mountain to arrive at the Spanish mosque, situated at a picturesque vantage point overlooking the ancient Medina, perfect for capturing a captivating sunset. Afterward, you can return to the Riad for an overnight stay.

    • Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the hotel.
    • → Distance: No Drive required today.
    • → Duration: free day to explore by your own.

    Day 5: Chefchaouen - Roman Ruins - Meknes - Fes

    Your Morocco tour still brings wonders, and today is not the same as yesterday. After a typical Moroccan breakfast, we make our first stop at Volubilis, or Oualili in Arabic, is a place that dates back to 25 BC. The Romans built the site, and the Almoravids later extended it to become Mauritania’s capital, making it the first remote capital of that era. We keep driving to Meknes, the Ismaili capital. The city has so much to offer, and one of them is the charming Bab El Mansour, a great gate that Moulay Smail has built, which was a gate to his palace. 

    Sahrij Souani & Heri Souani

    Next, we also visit the Sahrij Souani, a large pool measuring 5 meters deep and 300 meters long. The purpose of its construction was to provide water to public sites, schools, mosques, public baths, and private homes during the driest periods. Last but not least, we visit the Heri Souani, a historical monument that features numerous buildings specifically designed to preserve the local products the area is known for, including olives, olive oil, wheat, corn, and many others. Next, we continue driving this time to Fes. Upon arrival we’ll drop you off at your riad for an overnight stay.

    • Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the Riad.
    • → Distance: 197 Km from Chefchaouen to Fes.
    • → Duration: 5-6 Hours including Stops.

    Day 6: Sightseeing tour in Fes

    On the sixth day of your 14-day Morocco itinerary, discover the best sights in Fes. We dedicate today to exploring Fes Medina, one of the four Moroccan imperial cities. The Idris bin Abdullah built the city in the year 789. The city was home to the Andalusian families who took refuge there and settled in what was known as the Andalusian enemy; it was also a home for the Jews, who had built their own neighborhood called Al-Mallah.

    Our sightseeing tour of this marvelous city starts with a visit to the famous Golden Royal Palace doors. This tourist destination is known in Morocco as Dar El Makhzan. The Marinid dynasty built the palace in the 13th century, and it continued under the Alouite Sultans until it reached Mohamed 6. Afterward. Thereafter, we proceed to the next sight, the pottery factory, where we can witness the locals and craftsmen creating amazing products from ceramics that date back 700 years. Historians claim that these ceramics first appeared in the Phoenician regiments.

    → Medina Secrets:

    Following that, we visit a spectacular panoramic view of Fes from the top of a hill. Afterwards, we venture out to explore the ancient Medina. You have at least three hours to explore the narrow and fascinating streets. The visit to the medina includes Medrasa Bouanania, the Najjarine Fountain, the Tannaries, Quaraouin’s Mosque and University, which built by Fatima bint Muhammad Al-Fihri Al-Qurashi in 859, considered the oldest university in the world. Finally, after a full day filled with history, monuments, and sights, we will drive you back to your riad in the heart of Medina for the night.

    • Meals included:  Only Breakfast is included at the Riad.
    • → Distance: Around 10 Km Only Inside the city
    • → Duration:  4-5 Hours of the Sightseeing tour.

    Day 7: Fes - Ifrane - Cedar Forest - Ziz Valley - Merzouga Desert

    Today we embark on a journey to the Sahara Desert. There is no doubt that we will witness spectacular landscapes along the way. After leaving Fes, we will have our first stop in Ifrane City, often referred to as the small Switzerland of Morocco. After a break in this charming city, we continue to Cedar Forest, where many Barbary Macaques have made the forest their home. It is considered a rare and endangered monkey. Feel free to feed them, but you also must exercise caution. Afterwards, we enjoy a delicious lunch, followed by a visit to a panoramic view of the Ziz Valley.

    → To Sahara Desert:

    The locals in that area rely solely on the palm trees for their livelihood, as you can observe. After capturing some images, we proceed to the Sahara Desert of Merzouga, where your camels are ready to embark on an unforgettable journey. With camels, you will cross the desert. Stop at a top overlooking view in the middle of the dunes to enjoy a stunning sunset and capture unforgettable photos. Upon reaching your desert camp, a mint tea glass awaits your arrival, later the staff at the camp will show you, your tent where you will be passing the night. Later, after having dinner, you will enjoy Berber music around the campfire under a vast open sky of stars, which is the highlight of today’s journey.

    • Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner included.
    • → Distance:  460 Km from Fes to Sahara Desert.
    • → Duration:  8-9 Hours with Stops.

    Day 8: Merzouga Desert Excursion

    Waking up early today is a must to catch what might be the best sunrise in your life. After a typical desert breakfast. Your driver guide will take you on a journey through the dunes in a comfortable 4×4 Toyota, allowing you to experience the true essence of these adventures. First today’s visit is the Nomad families, who set up their tents by hand behind the golden dunes. Once arrive we will be greeted by a glass of tea. Next, we visit Meffis. The French colonized it during the period of the French protectorate over Morocco in 1912. The area is renowned for its extraction of precious metals and eyeliner, with some ruins and houses still standing today.

    → To Gnawa & Oases:

    Next, we make our way to Gnawa village, home to a group of dark-skinned individuals originally from Sudan and Mali who have established their own village. After they immigrated from their homeland, the main source of income for most of them is singing traditional African rhythms, and some had restaurants and coffee shops. The culture, traditions, and history behind their typical music will leave you in awe. Tipping is mandatory, and after that, we head to a traditional restaurant in the same village for a lunch. Later, before we drive you to the hotel, you will take a walk in one of the area’s oases. Overnight at the hotel.

    • Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner included.
    • → Distance:  40 Km from Around the Desert.
    • → Duration:  4 Hours of Exploration.

    Day 9: Merzouga Desert - Errisani - Todgha Gorge - Bomalen Dades

    Today’s last day in the Sahara Desert is not going to be unforgettable if you don’t put your stinginess away and wake up again to see the sunrise over the small dunes in front of your hotel. Later, after breakfast, we start our journey towards Boumalne Dades. Along the way, we will visit great sites. Let’s start our journey in Rissani city, if you’re lucky, we will face the Souk’s Day, a vibrant event that takes place every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday. It’s a typical traditional market where all the villages around the area come to shop or to sell what they produce, and one of the ways of transporting here is by donkeys, so that’s why you are going to see donkeys parking instead of cars.

    → To Todgha Gorge & Dades Gorge:

    Next, we keep driving, this time to Todgha Gorges.  A remarkable location in Morocco. The River of Todgha has carved its way through limestone for many centuries, creating a natural oasis in this place. What makes this attraction unique are the canyon walls that reach over 400 meters in height. Additionally, the area is well-known for mountain climbing, a popular activity among tourists. After lunch, we embark on a journey to Bomalen Dades. Our final stop for the day is the Dades Gorges, which offers a breathtaking panoramic view that highlights the quality of the road between the mountains. Afterwards, we will drop you off at your Riad or hotel.

    • Meals included:  Breakfast and Dinner included.
    • → Distance:  253 Km from Merzouga to Bomalen Dades.
    • → Duration:  6-7 Hours with Stops.

    Day 10: Boumalne Dades - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah - Tizi N'tichka - Marrakech

    Today marks a significant milestone as we embark on a journey along the Thousand Kasbah Road. Our day starts with a nice breakfast, then we move towards the Kalaat M’agouna. We recommend stopping at the women’s cooperative in Kalaat M’Gouna, a city renowned for its rose products, to witness the locals’ production of numerous products made solely from roses, such as body cream, soap, oils, and a plethora of other items that will leave you in awe and elevate your heart rate.

    Following that, we travel to Ouarzazate, Hollywood of Africa. The name means “quiet city” in Berber language. The city recognized as one of the world’s largest natural film studios. Ouarzazate, in its modern form, does not exceed 100 years old, as it was only a military barracks for the French garrison.

    → Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah:

    Next, we make our way to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 and regarded as one of the finest examples of Moroccan medieval architecture. The distinctive location, massive construction, and unique architecture of this castle set it apart. Later, after lunch, we continue our long journey, this time to the Atlas Mountains, where we can make a stop at an overlooking panorama at Tizi N’tichka Pass, which lies between Marrakech and Ouarzazate. It is situated at an elevation of 2260 meters above sea level. 

    Now, after reaching the top, we will drive down. It takes two hours to arrive Marrakesh, the red city. Once we arrive, we will drop you off at your accommodation for the night. You may still have time to explore Jemaa el-Fna, the square that never sleeps, and enjoy dinner there.

    Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.

    • → Distance: 314 Km from Boumalne Dades Marrakech.
    • → Duration:  5-6 Hours with Stops.

    Day 11: Marrakech Sightseeing tour with a Local guide

    Once you’ve finished your breakfast at Riad, A local guide to the area is already on the agenda for today. Your local guide will come to your accommodation at around 10:00 to start exploring what the city of Marrakech has to show. Marrakech, one of the four Moroccan imperial cities, is also known as the Red Town. The city becomes more beautiful and bright during sunsets due to the red paint on most of its houses. Some sources attribute Marrakesh’s origins to the Almoravid era, while others assert that Berber tribes from the Sahara explored the city in 1070.

    → Historical Monuments:

    Your visit for today includes Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, and Ben Youssef Quranic Mosque. Next, you will take a walk-through Medina’s Souks to observe the handcrafted items made by local artisans. After enjoying lunch at a Medina restaurant, you will continue your sightseeing tour by visiting the Koutoubia Mosque. Finally, your local guide will leave you near Jamaa El Fna Square. Now you can go by yourself and stroll around. There, you will be able to witness storytellers, acrobatics, scouts, and numerous other marvels that will leave you in awe. After having dinner outside, walk back on your own to the Riad.

    • Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.
    • → Distance: Walk Tour
    • → Duration:  3 Hours of Exploration 

    Day 12: Marrakech - Essaouira

    Today’s journey begins with a drive west to the small and cozy artistic town of Essaouira, a city known for the wind, serfs, and horseback The journey from Marrakech to Essaouira is not as picturesque as you might expect; we will only pause at the Argan Cooperative, a creation of women fighting poverty and begging. From there, it takes half an hour to reach Essaouira, where we will drop you off at your riad for the night once we arrive. There is still time to stroll and explore this fantastic city, as you can visit Bab Scala, the beach, Medina, and the port. You can have lunch at a restaurant next to the ocean if you want to sample the fresh Moroccan fish. You have the whole afternoon to enjoy your time, and later you can go back to the Riad by foot.

    • Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.
    • → Distance: 177 Km from Marrakech to Essaouira.
    • → Duration:  3 Hours with Stops.

    Day 13: Essaouira - Casablanca

    At 9:00, your driver guide will pick you up from the Riad and head north to Casablanca, where the only highway lies ahead of us. Once we reach Casablanca in the afternoon, your driver guide will drop you off at the hotel near the Hassan ll Mosque. Overnight stay in a charming hotel.

    • Meals included:  Only Breakfast included.
    • → Distance: 377 Km from Essaouira to Casablanca
    • → Duration:  5.5 Hours.

    Day 14: Casablanca - Mohamed V Internatinal Airport

    Separation tears are inevitable, but it is a must. Today is the last day of your 14-day Morocco tour itinerary. Your driver will take you to the airport, where your trip will end. We hope you had a memorable experience.

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    Thanks for reading through our detailed itinerary for this 14-day Morocco itinerary. We hope that it fits what you are looking for! If not, we are happy to tailor a different tour itinerary to your preferences, taking into account the activities you wish to engage in in Morocco and the length of stay you prefer. Please keep in mind that the more people who join our tours, the lower the price you’ll pay per person. However, the cost of accommodation varies from destination to destination. On the other hand, the cost of transportation remains constant from one period to the next.

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    Tour Includes:

    • All Pickups & drops off during your Tour with us
    • Airport Transfers First and Last Day
    • Fluently English-speaking Guide or Driver
    • Well Comfortable and air-conditioned Car 
    • Fuel For the Car
    • 12 Nights in a Super Clean and Comfortable accommodations
    • Marrakech Fes City Tours with Local Guides
    • Desert Experience (Camel Rides - Excursion)
    • Visits to Fabulous Sights and Unique Places
    • 1 Night in a Desert Luxury Camp or Standard
    • Assistant - Help 24/7 During your Tour with us

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    • Lunches & Drinks & Dinners
    • Tickets of Historical Monuments
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      My Tour to Morocco with Africa North Journeys is more than excellent Hassan and Moha did an excellent job of making my trip a lifetime experience from the beginning to the end of my 14 Day Morocco itinerary I got super service and everyday smiles. The locals everywhere are so nice and welcomeness. Morocco is really a fascinating country that everybody reads my comment has to visit this country and choose Africa North Journeys as his trusted hand to Easly explore the secrets of Morocco.

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      I have traveled to 21 countries around the World but this 2 weeks in Morocco with Africa North Journeys is defiantly on the top of my tree best tours. Mohamed or Moha as his nickname was my awesome and very knowledgeable driver guide. Very professional in his job and easy to communicate with thanks to his fluently English speaking.  As I’m a solo traveler from USA honestly, I didn’t expect to get such care and eye listening, but the truth was totally different.  Thank you all, I highly recommend this tour agency.

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      Travelling with friends to Morocco was the best thing i did ever in my life. Our tour of 14 Day Grand Morocco tour with Said from ANJ Company way least to say amazing. the itinerary offered to us was excellent as we wanted it to be. However, it includes most of magical Morocco’s cities, sincerely top service, great communication with Said full of information about Morocco and a lot of fun during our stay on the vehicle which it was very comfortable and spacious. See you Said for sure we will be coming back to Morocco one day to see you!!

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    Is 14 Day Morocco itinerary enough?

    The 14-day Morocco tour is more than enough to spend in Morocco; it includes all the fabulous sites that Morocco has to offer. This grand tour provides a unique opportunity to explore the country leisurely. As previously mentioned, the 14-day tour in Morocco encompasses most of Morocco’s regions and cities, including Casablanca, Rabat, Asilah, Tanger, Chefchaouen, Meknes, Fes, the Sahara Desert, Todgha Gorges, Dades Gorge, Ouarzazate, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, Marrakech, and finally Essaouira. To answer your question, yes, 14 days is a perfect duration for anyone who has a grand vacation.

    Which is the best Month to Travel to Morocco?

    There is no best month to travel to Morocco. Each year’s season has a distinct taste and atmosphere of adventure. It’s all about your preferences. If you are a lover of spring, you could travel in April and May up to June, September, October, and December are amazing periods to travel, however fair the weather is. January and February are great months to travel because it’s not as cold in Morocco as in Europe. Traveling to Morocco has a special taste; it doesn’t matter when. But the most important thing is to get to know the details of this magical country. And it’s generous, welcoming people.

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    During your stay in Morocco, it is good to know that a variety of activities are waiting for you! Try quad biking, a camel ride in the Sahara Desert, a horse ride in Essaouira, or a fire Ballon in Marrakech City. In general, Morocco is a destination for all kinds of travelers. Whether they are adventurous lovers or elderly individuals who enjoy unwinding on the beach in the sun, Morocco caters to all types of travelers. Additionally, for those interested in engaging in serfdom, Essaouira or Dakhla City are excellent choices. Make your way to Essaouira, or better yet, to Dakhla City.

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    On the other hand, for those seeking a more adventurous experience, we offer a fantastic option of camel trekking through the Sahara Desert, a trip that can span up to 15 days and immerses you in nature, away from the bustling noise of cities and the screams of people. For more information about our adventure tours or camel trekking trips, please knock on our door.

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