15 Day Morocco tour from Marrakech

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    15 day Morocco Tour

    Morocco Itinerary 15 days Overview:

    15-day Morocco tour from Marrakech. These incredibly 15-Day and 14-Nights will bring you to what you definitely want to discover all around the country. Morocco has so many beautiful and historical sites to show; it has fabulous gorges, mountains, rivers, deserts, and many uncountable things, which these 15 days in Morocco absolutely cover. Book this trip with closed eyes and give a chance to our knowledgeable tour guides to show you Morocco’s wonders.

    Trip Itinerary: Morocco 15 Day Tour

    15 Day Morocco Grand Tour

    Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech » Transfer to the Riad

    Welcome to Morocco! The 15-day Morocco tour begins with a welcome airport pickup by one of our excellent tour guides. From the airport, you will be transferred to a completely traditional Riad for an overnight stay.

    Day 2: Marrakech Sightseeing Tour

    Today is dedicated for discovering Marrakech with a knowledge local guide from the area of Marrakech. Today’s Visits includes:

    The Bahia Palace It is one of the historical palaces located in the city of Marrakesh in the Kingdom of Morocco. It is the new era minister of Sultan Abdul Aziz, son of Sultan Hassan I, who ruled from 1894 to 1908, during the era of the state in the nineteenth century AD.

    Visit also the Saadian Tombs, which are among the historical monuments and cultural landmarks that characterize the Red City. Which is a destination for lovers of the touches of history and civilization, which is one of the distinctive characteristics that meet in the Red City. Which is a city of history and ancient civilization. – These graves are also one of the few landmarks that still exist from the era of the Saadians, who ruled the golden age of Marrakech from 1524 to 1659 AD.

    Discover Ben Youssef Mosque, Koutoubia Mosque!!

    Next to the Ben Youssef Quranic Mosque, one of the most important historical sites in the city of Marrakech, and it is one of the most famous schools in Morocco, dating back to 525 AH. At the hands of the Muslim emir at that time, Yusuf bin Tashfin, and his son Ali bin Yusuf completed its construction, renovation and transformation into a mosque, on an area of 5000 square meters.

    Afterwards Visit the Koutoubia Mosque, one of the oldest existing Moroccan mosques, built in 1147 AD on the ruins of an old Almoravid palace. With an area of 5,300 square meters, it consists of 17 wings and 11 domes decorated with carvings, clearly showing the character of Andalusian architecture. During the French occupation of Morocco, the road network was developed, and the mosque was considered a central point for meeting roads in the city. Next have a stroll in the Medina then proceed to the Jamaa el Fna. Once you’ve said your goodbyes to your local guide, you can continue exploring the Medina by yourself. Overnight in the same riad.

    Day 3: Marrakech » Tizi N’Tichka » Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah » Ouarzazate » Rose Valley » Boumalne Dades (Gorge)

    On day three of your 15-day Morocco tour, we depart from Marrakech towards the mesmerizing city of Boumalne Dades. Be prepared to become fascinated along the way. Today’s first stop is Tizi N’Tichka, a picturesque pass in the middle of the Atlas Mountains. The site is 2260 meters above sea level. From there, we drive straight to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. A historical UNESCO has registered it as a World Heritage Site since 1987, and it is located between Marrakech and Ouarzazate. Feel free to climb the stairs of the Kasbah to reach the top of the hill to witness the breathtaking oasis and river.

    Furthermore, have a stroll inside the old buildings to get an idea of how the ancient Berbers built their houses. After enjoying a leisurely lunch, we continue our journey to Kalaat M’Gouna, a well-known and charming small city surrounded by roses. Finally, we will arrive at Boumalne Dades, where we will spend a peaceful night in a lovely Riad.

    Day 4: Boumalne Dades » Tinghir » Todgha Gorge » Rissani » Sahara Desert (Camel Ride)

    Today, after a typical breakfast, before leaving the enchanting Atlas Mountains of Boumalne, we pay a small, short visit to the Dades Gorge. It’s a stunning and breathtaking site where you can take a memorable picture and witness the panoramic view of Tissadrin curves. Furthermore, we continue to the Todgha Gorge, which is a breathtaking and somewhat otherworldly landscape. After spending some time in the gorge, we continue to Rissani, the gateway to the Sahara Desert, a city that is home to a significant population of Gnaoua people, who are known for their unique music and spiritual traditions.

    The town is also famous for its traditional souks (markets), which are known for their lively atmosphere and diverse array of goods such as spices, textiles, handicrafts, and livestock. Next to Merzouga once we are there Ride your camel and head to the desert camp for an overnight stay. Upon arrival at the camp, enjoy a delicious dinner, dance to Berber drum music, and end your journey by watching the stars.

    Day 5: Sahara Desert Excursion by 4*4

    We dedicate the fifth day of your 15-day Morocco tour to immersing ourselves in the region’s cultures and traditions, as well as the Berber lifestyle. Depending on your choice, either going back to the village by car or Camel, your driver is there to meet you and start today’s adventure. First, visit the famous Khamlia, where the Gnawa plays various of traditional West African Islamic spiritual songs and rhythms mixed with local North African influences, particularly Moroccan. After having some good vibes with the black-skinned people, we tip them, then we head to Mefiss, a rich mountain located not far away from Algerian borders.

    Here, people extract from the underground 100–300 meters many minerals and stones, as well as eyeliner. Afterward, we move on to the family nomads, who settled their handwoven tent behind the well-known Erg Chebbi dunes here the nomads serve guests with a teacup and share their nomad life with guests. Once again, tip them, and we’ll continue to have Berber pizza for lunch. After lunch, we will transfer you to the hotel for an overnight stay.

    Day 6: Sahara Desert » Erfoud » Ziz Valley » Midelt » Cedar Forest » Ifrane » Fes

    We Continue the 15 Day in Morocco Towards Fes! Pack your Luggage and get well started to hit the road again. A long way waits for us so make sure to be ready on time, please. After leaving Merzouga Desert we stop in Ziz Valley. As it is Known Morocco is famous for its diverse landscapes, including valleys, mountains, deserts, and coastal areas. There are numerous valleys throughout the country, each with its own unique characteristics and attractions.

    Ziz Valley is one of the most fascinating ones in the country. Feel free to take pictures, toilet, or have a coffee. Thereafter, we continue to Zaida then Midelt the capital city of apples. Here we make a break for lunch and then keep driving to Cedar Forest a natural beauty, ecological importance, and cultural significance. And One of the most famous forests in Morocco. Here the famous barbary Macaques live feel free to feed them if you desire. Later One more stop in Ifrane the small Swiss of Morocco. Finally reach our destination Fes. Drop you off in a traditional riad at the heart of the Medina.

    Day 7: Fes Sightseeing Tour

    Today is dedicated solely to discovering the history of this ancient city. The city tour begins at the golden royal palace’s gates. Moving on to the ancient medina, a maze of narrow alleys and bustling markets where centuries-old traditions come to life, Feel free to marvel at the architectural wonders of Bou Inania Madrasa and Al-Attarine Madrasa. Discover Fes’ historic significance at the University of Al Quaraouiyine, the world’s oldest continuously operating university. From the panoramic views of the Merenid Tombs to the tranquil ambiance of the Jardin Jnan Sbil, every corner of Fes unveils a new layer of its storied past and vibrant culture, promising an unforgettable journey through Morocco’s imperial city. At the end of the day, say good-bye to your local guide and head back on the road to the Riad for a second overnight.

    Day 8: Fes » Meknes » Volubilis » Rif Mountains » Chefchaouen

    A fascinating tour through Morocco’s cultural and archeological treasures takes you from the ancient city of Fes to the charming village of Chefchaouen. After packing your luggage, we depart from Fes and make our first visit to Meknes, one of the four imperial cities, where the magnificence of historic mansions and imposing gates honors Morocco’s former monarchy. Furthermore, we Visit the Fabulous Roman Ruins in Volubilis once every traveler enters this ancient landmark feels the past that takes back to the height of the Roman Empire. Thereafter lunch, we move to Chefchaouen. The aroma of jasmine fills the air as we arrive, and the sound of water pouring from old fountains is calming. Upon arrival we drop you off in a Charming Riad for Overnight.

    Day 9: Free Exploration Day in Chefchaouen

    On the ninth day of your 15-day Morocco tour, is assigned to wander in the beautiful city of Chefchaouen. The first thing you could do after having a typical breakfast is take a stroll around the painted streets. Next, visit the breathtaking Ras el Ma is a fantastic and amazing live venue where you can enjoy a delicious fresh orange juice or have lunch in the middle of a baby river. Later, not far away, make some efforts to hike the mountain to reach the Spanish Mosque in order to catch a fascinating sunset. After you catch the magical sunset view, make your way back to Medina to enjoy what the locals show at the famous Outa Hmmam Square.

    Day 10: Chefchaouen » Tangier » Asilah

    Before saying goodbye to the fascinating city of Chefchaouen, take a last stroll in the Medina and buy what you want to buy! Once you are ready to go, we cross the Rif Mountains, making our way to Asilah via Tangier. Once we arrive at the bride of the North Tangier, feel free to have a wander at the ancient Medina of Tangier, which has been a crossroads of civilizations and the focus of many ambitions due to its strategic location, considering that during ancient times it was conquered successively by the Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Visigoths, and Arabs.

    The ruins left behind by the French, Portuguese, and Spanish can also be seen. While we are still in Tangier, we are going to visit two main attractions, which are the Cape Spartel and the Cave of Hercule. The Cape Spartel is a Moroccan lighthouse at the confluence of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean in Ras Sbartel, west of Tangier. It is the oldest lighthouse in Morocco and was built in 1864 by order of Sultan Mohammed IV after the Dona Isabel of the Brazilian military navy collided with cliffs near Ras Spartel, after which 250 Brazilian sailors died.

    Do you know something about Hercule Cave??

    The Hercule Cave is a deep cave on which the waves of the sea break at every tide, and visitors enter it in darkness until the opening of the light, which is a window under the mountain overlooking the waters of the Atlantic and draws a map similar to the map of Africa. Entering the cave is a world of mystery fueled by the ancient legend about the history of the cave.

    The area of the legendary cave is estimated at 30 meters underground, as it is considered the largest cave in Africa and one of the most important legendary landmarks in the world. It is the most prominent myth emanating from the history of Greek culture, and its settlement, according to these legends, dates back to 5,000 years BC.

    After we visit all of Tangier’s historical landmarks, we move on to Asilah for the night.

    Day 11: Asilah » Rabat » Casablanca

    The 15-day Morocco tour begins with a traditional breakfast and travel via Rabat to Casablanca. On the way to Rabat, unfortunately, there is nothing to stop for, but you can still watch the landscapes of each region we pass by. Once we reach Rabat, we start a quick city tour of the capital city, including the historical landmark of the Hassan Tower. Sultan Yacoub Al-Mansour ordered the construction of the silo during the Almohad era. Sultan Yacoub Al-Mansour initiated the construction of the silo in 594 AH, or 1198 AD, positioning it as the third sister to the Giralda silo in Spain and the Koutaiba silo in Marrakech.

    Thereafter, we visit the Oudayas Kasbah, the fragrance of history and the echo of Andalusia, which dates back to the 12th century. After that, we will visit Chellah, the ancient commercial center, one of the places steeped in history whose founding dates back to the sixth century BC. After lunch in Rabat, we continue to Casablanca, where we will stay the night in a Charming hotel.

    Day 12: Casablanca » Essaouira

    It’s going to be a hard day—275 kilometers ahead of us! Let’s go from Casablanca and head to the little, charming artistic town of Essaouira on the western coast of the nation. Pack your bags and eat breakfast. We will drop you off at your riad, which is situated in the old Medina, when you arrive in Essaouira.

    Day 13: Free Exploration Day in Essaouira

    Today, our task is to explore Essaouira city, formerly known as Mogador. You can enjoy walking through the old streets of the Medina, swimming at one of the best beaches in the country, and tasting delicious fish dishes fresh from the sea in this small, fortified city, covered by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Also, if you want to experience horseback riding beside the ocean or quads, feel free to ask your guide. You will spend the night at the Charming Riad, which is situated in the Medina.

    Day 14: Essaouira » Marrakech

    Today, take a last stroll around the city’s alleyways in Essaouira. Later, we leave for Marrakech. Along the way, we will stop at a women’s cooperative to discover what they produce from the argan tree. Lunch on the road, then continue to Marrakech. Upon arrival the Red City, we will transfer you directly to your Riad, which is located at the heart of Marrakech’s ancient Medina.

    Day 15: Marrakech Airport Transfer

    The last day of your 15 Day Morocco Tour, we will transfer you to the International Airport of Marrakech where you will be dropped off. End of our service.

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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
    • 13 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
    • Breakfasts
    • 3 Dinners in (2 in Merzouga Desert & 1 in Bomalen Dades

    Tour Excludes:

    • Lunches & Drinks & Dinners
    • Tickets of Historical Monuments
    • Travel insurance & Tipping

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      During our 15-day journey across Morocco, the seven of us made stops at locations including Casablanca, Essaouira, Marrakech, the Sahara Desert, Fes, Chefchaouen, and Asilah. It was an incredible trip with Mohamed from Africa North Journey. He invited us to lunch in his home, provided us with all the help we needed, and made sure we had everything we required. He also gave us a detailed history of Morocco. This is a tour I will never forget.

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