3 Weeks in Morocco Tour Itinerary from Marrakech

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    Morocco Itinerary 21 day Overview:

    3 Weeks in Morocco. These amazing 21-Day & 20-Night tour will take you to places across the nation that you really should see. Morocco boasts an abundance of breathtaking and historically significant locations, as well as amazing gorges, mountains, rivers, deserts, and several other features that this 21-day trip to Morocco will undoubtedly explore. Close your eyes and let our experienced tour guides show you Morocco’s wonders when you book this trip.

    Trip Itinerary: Morocco 21 Day Tour

    21 Day Morocco Grand Tour

    Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech » Transfer to the Riad

    Welcome to Morocco! The 3 Weeks in Morocco Tour starts with a welcoming 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

    Your Second Day in Morocco starts with a perfect way to explore Marrakech and the shining Sites that this Moroccan imperial city has to show. Morocco is undoubtedly a rich country which means every city has something special historical, cultural, or even Traditional. Africa North Journeys Agency has booked an expert local guide to lead and help you discover Marrakech and all its hidden gems that never end. Starting with; Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs Koutoubia Mosque, Ben Youssef Quranic Mosque, and ending with a Memorable wander at the Medina and Jamaa el Fna Square. End your day some relax in one of the Overlooking coffees in the square.

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

    Good morning! Ready to fill your day with new explorations and a lot of history. After a typical breakfast in your Riad, we depart towards the Mesmerizing city of Boumalne. Along the travel, we will have several stops and breaks. The first one lies in Tizi N’Tichka a picturesque Pass located at the Atlas Mountain’s Middle. The site is 2260 meters above sea level. From there directly drive to Ait ben Haddou Kasbah.

    A historical ksar Located between Marrakech and Ouarzazate has been registered as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1987. 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 have an idea of how the ancient Berbers build their houses. Free time for lunch then set off again to Kalaat M’Gouna a famous pretty small city by roses. Finally arrive at Boumalne Dades for a peaceful night in a lovely Riad.

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

    After Breakfast and Packing your luggage, we pay a short visit to the fascinating Dades Gorge get ready to be impressed with the spectacular view of the place. Next, we Drive south to Todgha Gorge a natural wonder famous for its towering limestone cliffs that rise dramatically up to 300 meters high in some places. The gorge narrows to just 10 meters wide in some areas, creating a breathtaking and somewhat otherworldly landscape. Afterward, we continue to Rissani the gateway to the Sahara Desert a city that a home to a significant population of Gnaoua people, who are known for their unique music and spiritual traditions.

    As well the town is also famous for its traditional souks (markets), is particularly known for its lively atmosphere and diverse array of goods, including spices, textiles, handicrafts, and livestock. Next to Merzouga once we are there Mount your camel and head to the desert camp. Upon arrival at the Camp enjoy a delicious dinner, dance under Berber drums Music, and end your journey by watching the stars.

    Day 5: Sahara Desert Excursion by 4*4

    On the fifth day of your 3 Weeks in Morocco Tour, we dedicate it to immersing ourselves in the region’s cultures and traditions as well as the lifestyle of Berbers. After Mounting your camel back to the village meet your driver guide and start today’s adventure. First, visit the famous Khamlia where the Gnawa music is played a mesmerizing blend of traditional West African Islamic spiritual songs and rhythms, mixed with local North African influences, particularly Moroccan.

    After having some good vibes, we tip them then we head to Mefiss a rich Mountain located not far away from Algerian borders here people extract from underground 100-300 meters many minerals and stones as well as Eyeliner. Afterward, we move to the Family nomads who settled their handwoven tent behind the well-known Erg Chebbi dunes to serve guests with a tea cup and share their nomad life with them. Once again tip and we continue to have Berber pizza for lunch. After lunch, we transfer you to the Hotel for an overnight stay.

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

    Traveling from the magnificent Merzouga desert to the charming city of Fes is an enthralling trip across Morocco’s varied scenery and cultural mosaic. We will depart, leaving the tranquility of the great desert behind, as the sun sets over the dunes of Merzouga. The Journey takes place through Erfoud, a region renowned for its fossil-rich scenery, where one can witness untamed landscapes embellished with prehistoric treasures set in stone. Next drive to the Ziz Valley, in sharp contrast to the parched dunes that lie beyond, lush palms wave in time with the light wind.

    As we drive farther north, the Atlas Mountains, with their imposing peaks rising beyond the horizon, suddenly become visible, causing a dramatic change in the surrounding terrain. Later to the Cedar Forest a monument to the tenacity of nature, its old trees whispering stories from ages before. Later set off to Ifrane we are then welcomed by alpine architecture and immaculate surroundings as they pass through the charming town of Ifrane, sometimes referred to as the “Switzerland of Morocco,”.

    Day 7: Fes Sightseeing Tour

    Today is devoted to touring Fes City and its environs, akin to Marrakech. A local tour guide is arranged to assist you in exploring and understanding this oldest city in the world’s complex history. Commence at the storied Golden Gates of the Royal Palace, where entry is severely prohibited but you can still see the evidence of the gates’ construction and age. Later, walk around the site’s walls and appreciate its impressiveness. After that, visit the Ceramics Factory to witness the skillful handiwork of local artists producing vases, bowls, glasses, tiles, and much more. You should also explore the Medina to find more historic sites including the Medrasa Bouanania, the Tanneries, the Najjarine Fountain, Qaraouin University, and the Mosque.

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

    A fascinating tour through Morocco’s cultural and archeological treasures is taking a trip 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 and here where the magnificence of historic mansions and imposing gates honors Morocco’s former monarchy. Following the path, one can see the Volubilis remains in the distance, which are evidence of the nation’s extensive Roman history.

    Here, among the deteriorating walls and worn columns, memories of a past period reverberate, taking guests back to the height of the Roman Empire. Later after lunch we drive directly to Chefchaouen. The aroma of jasmine fills the air as we arrive, and the sound of water pouring from old fountains is calming. Overnight at a Charming Riad.

    Day 9: Free Exploration Day in Chefchaouen

    Enjoy your free day in Chefchaouen by strolling around the streets painted blue, admiring the breathtaking views from the Spanish Mosque, and shopping in the local markets for distinctive goods. Don’t pass up the chance to sample authentic Moroccan food at one of the medina’s many little cafés or eateries. Hiking in the nearby Rif Mountains is an option for those seeking a more daring adventure. Throughout your visit to this charming village, keep in mind to respect the traditions and culture of the area.

    Day 10: Chefchaouen » Tangier » Asilah

    On this round of our 21 day Morocco tour, we’ll leave Chefchaouen and travel to Asilah via Tangier, making some thrilling stops along the way. Our first stop will be Tangier, where we will visit the old Medina. We’ll walk through convoluted streets, enjoying the classic architecture and taking in the vivid ambiance of this ancient city. After seeing the Medina, we’ll head to Cape Spartel, a magnificent point where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea.

    We’ll then visit the myth-filled Hercules Cave, a neighboring natural treasure. This cave is said to be the legendary resting location of Hercules following his twelve labors. Eventually, we’ll travel on to Asilah, a quaint seaside town renowned for its vivid art scene and picturesque white-washed buildings. Once we get there, we can tour the town’s vibrant, mural-adorned streets, take leisurely strolls along its stunning beaches, and just enjoy the laid-back atmosphere. Spend the night at a charming riad.

    Day 11: Asilah » Rabat » Casablanca

    The 3 Weeks Itinerary in Morocco begins with a traditional breakfast and travels via Rabat to Casablanca. As you travel, take in the breathtaking view that spans the road. As soon as we arrive, we start a quick city tour to explore Rabat, the capital and royal city of Morocco, including its historical landmarks and hidden gems. First, proceed to the Hassan Tower, sometimes referred to as Tour Hassan.

    is a structure built in 1195 by Yacoub al-Mansour that is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The tower is a part of a larger complex that includes the mausoleum of Mohammed V. Then, don’t miss Oudayas Kasbah, a stunning and significant historical site that was formerly a fortified castle built atop a hill with a commanding view of the Atlantic Ocean and the Bou Regreg River. After lunch in Rabat, we proceed to Casablanca, where we will stay the night in a (Hotel).

    Day 12: Casablanca » El Oualidia

    Beginning in the busy coastal metropolis of Casablanca, the journey to the quiet seaside refuge of El Oualidia unfolds as a story of contrasts and coastal beauty. Travelers depart from Casablanca’s lively streets and renowned buildings, such as the Hassan II Mosque, and continue south along the Atlantic coastline, passing through lovely beach villages and picturesque scenery. As the urban backdrop fades into rolling hills and azure waters, El Oualidia calls with promises of pristine beaches and hidden coves.

    El Oualidia’s blue lagoon, bordered by golden sands and jagged rocks, greets you with peace upon arrival. Nestled between the ocean and the lagoon, this hidden gem provides a tranquil escape from the rush and bustle of daily life. The beat of the waves lapping against the shore sets the tone, urging tourists to relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of sun, sea, and seafood. Overnight at a magnificent Riad or Hotel.

    Day 13: El Oualidia » Essaouira

    Today—201 kilometers ahead of us! Let’s go from El Oualidia and head to the little, charming artistic town of Essaouira on the western coast of the nation. Pack your bags have breakfast then we set off  to Essaouira. Once we arrive we drop you off at your riad, which is situated in the old Medina.

    Day 14: Free Exploration Day in Essaouira

    It’s a day for adventure and leisure alike. Make the most of this morning by strolling around Essaouira, or Mogador as it is commonly called. Take advantage of the chance to sample the city’s seafood, which is undoubtedly tender and not frozen. Explore Skala and its environs, taking in the small, spotless beach. Following lunch, we’ll take you on a tour to Sidi Kaouki, which is 30 kilometers from Essaouira. There, you may spend the rest of the day surfing or renting quad bikes, or you can enjoy the sunset from one of the cafes that face the sea. We return you to the Riad at the end of the day so you can unwind and spend your last night in Essaouira.

    Day 15: Essaouira » Agadir

    After leaving the quaint medina of Essaouira, whose whitewashed houses contrast with blue skies, you may see picturesque coastal roads surrounded by golden beaches and rocky cliffs. The area is interspersed with the ruins of historic beach settlements and fortresses, providing a window into the rich maritime history of the area. When traveling south, the relaxed vibe of Essaouira gives way to Agadir’s vibrant vitality. Agadir, which is well-known for its expansive sandy beaches and contemporary conveniences, beckons with the promise of sunny days and exciting nightlife. Travelers can enjoy the sun at Agadir Beach, explore the busy souks, or take day trips to neighboring attractions like the Valley of the Birds and the Agadir Kasbah. Overnight in a good Riad or Hotel in Agadir.

    Day 16: Free Exploration Day in Agadir

    Along Morocco’s warm beachfront, a free day in Agadir offers the ideal balance of excitement and relaxation. Take a leisurely stroll around the vast beach, enjoying the sunshine and the sound of the waves. Take a leisurely boat cruise along the craggy coastline or dive into water sports like surfing or paddleboarding. Savor delectable Moroccan fare at eateries by the sea, or browse the bustling souks for unique finds and mementos. Spend some time meandering around the busy streets and taking in Agadir’s lively atmosphere and culture. Find a peaceful location as the day comes to an end to witness the Atlantic Ocean’s sunset, which will tint the sky pink and orange. 

    Day 17: Agadir » Mirleft » Sidi Ifni 

    The coastal route to Sidi Ifni via Mirleft begins in Agadir and travels through Morocco’s Atlantic coastline in a lovely manner. Views of the ocean abound as one passes by immaculate beaches and rocky rocks. Mirleft is a quaint seaside village with spectacular scenery and a relaxed vibe that makes for a peaceful overnight stay. The route leads to Sidi Ifni via winding through picturesque landscapes as it continues south. Here, travelers are urged to relax and explore by the serene beaches and Spanish colonial architecture. Sidi Ifni is a fascinating stop on this coastal odyssey because of its exceptional fusion of culture and natural beauty. Overnight at a Charming Host.

    Day 18: Free Day in Sidi Ifni 

    Sidi Ifni’s laid-back vibe and enticing coastline beauty are perfect for exploring on a free day. Take a leisurely stroll along immaculate beaches with golden sands and blue waves to begin your day. Take in the vivid bougainvillea that adorns charming streets. As you discover Spanish colonial buildings. Visit vibrant marketplaces. To learn about the local way of life, where craftsmen display their wares and mouthwatering seafood tempts the senses. Get breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean by taking a leisurely drive to adjacent cliffs. Or just kick back with a book and the peace. The relaxed atmosphere and stunning coastline scenery of Sidi Ifni provide the ideal setting for a day of exploration and leisure.

    Day 19: Sidi Ifni » Taroudant

    Traveling to Taroudant from Sidi Ifni to Tiznit and Drarga is a fascinating way to see the southern regions of Morocco. We leave the charming beach town of Sidi Ifni and head inland over tough country. via scenic towns and vast expanses of desert. In Tiznit, a city renowned for its silver jewelry and historic medina, explore the vibrant souks and take in the local artistry. Proceeding via Drarga, a tranquil haven surrounded by palm groves, you may enjoy traditional Berber hospitality and local cuisine. After spending a day of exploration in southern Morocco, arrive at Taroudant, often known as the “Grandmother of Marrakech,” and visit its storied ramparts and bustling markets. Overnight in a lovely Host.

    Day 20: Taroudant » Marrakech

    The journey to Marrakech begins in Taroudant and takes you through the picturesque landscapes of southern Morocco. We leave Taroudant’s old ramparts and bustling souks to explore the High Atlas Mountains. Passing via stunning mountain passes and green valleys. En route, see traditional Berber communities and take in panoramic vistas of snow-capped peaks. When you arrive in Marrakech, also known as the “Red City.” Take in the colorful atmosphere and historic landmarks. Explore the labyrinthine medina, see iconic landmarks such as the Jardin Majorelle and Koutoubia Mosque. And eat Moroccan food at crowded street markets. A day of adventure awaits in Marrakech’s alluring embrace. Overnight in Marrakech.

    Day 21: Marrakech Airport Transfer

    The last day of your 3 Weeks Morocco, we will transfer you to the International Airport of Marrakech where you will be dropped off. End of our service.

    Morocco itinerary 3 weeks Note:

    3 Weeks (21 Day) in Morocco

    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
    • 19 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
    • 6 Dinners in (2 in Merzouga Desert & 1 in Bomalen Dades & 2 in Sidi Ifni & 1 in Taroudant)

    Tour Excludes:

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

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    Morocco Itinerary 3 Weeks from Marrakech was prepared by our tourism specialists to meet any visitor’s interests and preferences, but there may be occasions when the traveler has to update or amend the itinerary, which is normal and we are open to it. So please feel free to contact us if you require any assistance.

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      The nine of us stopped at Casablanca, Essaouira, Marrakech, the Sahara Desert, Fes, Chefchaouen, and Asilah, Taroudant, Sidi Ifni, Agadir, Taroudant, Essaouira… during our 21-day adventure across Morocco. Traveling with Mohamed from Africa North Journeys was an amazing experience. He made sure we had everything we needed, gave us all the assistance we needed, and welcomed us to lunch in his house. He also provided us a thorough overview of Moroccan history. I will never forget this tour.

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