Morocco Itinerary 14 Days – 2 Weeks from Marrakech

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    Morocco Itinerary 14 Days

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    Morocco Itinerary 14 Days

    Morocco Itinerary 14 Days from Marrakech. These 14 Day & 13 Night tour will show you all around Morocco’s interesting destinations. Starting your 14 Days tour from Marrakech gives you a great opportunity to explore the maximum places and historical sites including (Marrakech, Sahara Desert, Fes, Chefchaouen, Tangier, Asilah, Rabat, Casablanca, Essaouira, and Back to Marrakech where your Morocco Itinerary 14 Days Come to an end.

    Trip Itinerary: 14 Day Morocco Tour

    14 Day Morocco Grand Tour

    Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech » Transfer to the Riad

    Welcome to the Moroccan Kingdom! A driver from Africa North Journeys will pick you up from the airport to begin your 14-day Morocco tour. From the airport, you will be transferred directly to a Wonderful Traditional Riad for overnight, located in the heart of Marrakech’s Red City. Feel free to go out after checking into your room. Visit Jamma el Fna and walk in the ancient Medina, as well as have dinner at a local restaurant if you wish.

    Day 2: Marrakech Sightseeing Tour

    On your second day in Morocco, you will explore the imperial city of Marrakech with a local guide who is well-versed in the area’s secrets. Are you prepared to immerse yourself in a day filled with explorations and exotics? Strategize the sightseeing tour by visiting all of the following historical sites: Ben Youssef Quranic Mosque, Saadian Tombs Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, make a pause in Jamaa el F’na Square for lunch, then continue your sightseeing tour by visiting this time the ancient Medina, where you will be seeing the wonders of the market. Later, once you finish the tour, leave your local guide and meet your driver to transfer you to the Riad for a second stay.

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

    Today we leave Marrakech and drive towards the dazzling town of Boumalne Dades. 313 kilometers lie ahead of us, but we will undoubtedly break it up with magnificent visits and stops along the way. Two hours after leaving Marrakech behind, The Tizi N’T’ichka is our first stop; it’s an elevation pass of 2260 meters above sea level. We dedicate our stop solely to capturing a memorable picture, after which we proceed to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.

    Know more about Ait ben Haddou Kasbah!

    With its walls, mud towers, small windows, and narrow, twisting alleys, the ten-century-old Ait Benhaddou Palace still stands tall in its namesake village, thirty kilometers from the city center of Ouarzazate in southeastern Morocco, where its houses and kasbahs cling miraculously to the slope of a large plateau overlooking the Ounla River. The Ait Benhaddou Palace, designated a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1987, is an architectural monument that includes a number of houses and kasbahs and occupies an area of 1,300 square meters, with many narrow alleys intertwined in a unique geometric shape. 

    Artworks that were filmed inside the Ait Benhaddou Palace:

    1. – The American movie “The Mummy” in 1999, directed by Stephen Sommers.

    2. The movie “Gladiator” in 2000 AD, directed by Ridley Scott.

    3.  The American movie “Alexander” in 2004, directed by Oliver Stone.

    4. The American movie Kingdom of Heaven in 2005, directed by Ridley Scott.

    Next, we continue to Ouarzazate, a city situated between the desert and green valleys, bridging the past and present. It serves as the starting point for a journey to the southern region of Morocco, where we will discover numerous kasbahs, palaces, and sand dunes, all while immersing ourselves in the authentic and traditional lifestyle of the region’s inhabitants. From Ouarzazate, we continue to Boumalne Dades via the Rose Valley and Kalaat M’Guna. Once we reach our destination, we will take you directly to your riad for an overnight stay.

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

    The fourth day of your two weeks in Morocco starts with a traditional breakfast, followed by a visit to the monkey’s finger rocks, as well as the Dades Gorges. Later, leave for the mesmerizing golden dunes of Merzouga, which lies in the southeast of Morocco. On the way to the desert, we will pass by the Todgha Gorge, a fascinating place that provides a blend of natural beauty, adventure, and cultural exploration. Enjoy the peace and quiet of the Atlas Mountains. Furthermore, we head to Rissani, a city well-known for its traditional market, which operates three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. If we face the day when the market is live, we are lucky to see the wonders of Rissani’s Market. Later, we continue to the Merzouga Desert. Here, your camels wait to carry you across the golden dune to reach the desert camp. You will pass an unforgettable night full of incredible vibes and great emotions. 

    Day 5: Sahara Desert Excursion by 4*4

    An amazing exploration day is about to start. Your Africa North Journeys’ driver guide will come to pick you up from the camp, or you could ride your camel back to the village, depending on your choice. The first place you will visit is the Gnawa house, or Gnawa association, in Khamila Village, where black-skinned people live. After we enjoy their amazing songs, we give a small tip to them, then continue to Mifiss, a place where Berbers are still extracting minerals after it was first colonized by the French army. Next, we set off again to the nomads; once we arrive, we will be welcomed by a glass of tea from a simple Berber nomad family. After spending some time exploring, how do they live? And what’s their lifestyle? We leave for lunch at a local restaurant. Later, we take you to wander at one of the region’s oases, then finally drop you off at the hotel for an overnight stay.

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

    Our visit to Morocco’s southeast ends here! Today we leave the Sahara Desert and drive to Fes, known as the scientific capital of Morocco. Along the way, we will stop in the charming panoramic overlooking the Ziz Valley. Later, we will stop for lunch either in Zaida or Medilt; furthermore, we will visit the Cedar Forest, where the wild Barbary Macaques live. Feel free to feed them if you wish, but be careful; they are a bit dangerous. Afterwards, we continue to Ifrane, the little Switzerland of Morocco. Take enough time to wander in this enchanting city before we hit the road again. Later on, we continue to Fes, where we will spend two incredible nights at a traditional Riad located in the heart of the Medina.

    Day 7: Fes Sightseeing Tour

    Today, we’re going to explore Fes and all of its historical sites and landmarks. Founded by the Arab ruler Idris in 789 AD, the city of Fez served as an important commercial center and was considered the capital of Morocco on several occasions. It witnessed its golden age under the rule of the Marinids, the ruling dynasty that ruled Fez during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.

    Nowadays,  the city is known as Fez Bali, and it still retains its charm through the passage of time, characterized by the brilliance of its streets, markets, crafts, decorative fountains, and local baths. Begin your visit to Fes with the following landmarks: the Najjarine Fountain, Medrasa Bouanania, Mallah Quarter, and lastly, the Quaraouin Mosque and University.

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

    Your 14 days in Morocco, today we travel to Chefchaouen via two charming towns (Meknes and Volubilis). Once you pack your luggage and ready to go, we leave the historical city of Fes and make our first stops in Meknes, one of Morocco’s imperial cities and the capital of Morocco During a period of time, feel free to wander in the city and visit all the opened landmarks such as Qara Prison, Bab Mansour, and Hri Souani, as well as the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the builder of the city. Furthermore, we continue on to Volubilis (the Roman Empire).

    Wander through its well-preserved mosaics and archaeological wonders. We recommend hiring a local guide who is knowledgeable about the deep history of this monument. Later, we will have lunch at a local restaurant, then we cross the Rif Mountains. Upon arrival in Chefchaouen, we drop you off at your accommodation the time still permit you to do a walking tour in the evening or night.

    Day 9: Free Exploration Day in Chefchaouen

    When visiting Chefchaouen, make the most of your free day by exploring the blue-washed streets, taking in the stunning views from the Spanish Mosque, and shopping for unique handicrafts in the local markets. Don’t miss the opportunity to try traditional Moroccan cuisine at one of the many charming cafes or restaurants in Medina. For a more adventurous experience, consider hiking in the surrounding Rif Mountains. Remember to respect the local culture and customs during your stay in this picturesque town.

    Day 10: Chefchaouen » Tangier » Asilah

    The tenth day of your Morocco itinerary 14 days takes us to Asilah via Tangier. Once we arrive the bride of the North “Tangier city”, we immediately start exploring its wonderful historical landmarks. The first site you will be exploring is the ancient Medina, which overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and forms a magical view. Later, after finishing strolls at the Medina, we move on to the Cape Spartel, where the historical minaret has stood since 1864. Spend some time or even have a coffee in front of this amazing Cape, then we leave for Hercule’s Cave, one of the world’s most magical places. Furthermore, have lunch in Tangier, then continue to the small, cozy, artistic town of Asilah, where you can mark the end of your day watching the breathtaking sunset at the beach.

    Day 11: Asilah » Rabat » Casablanca

    Today we travel from Asilah to Casablanca via the royal capital, Rabat, one of Morocco’s imperial cities, a city with a deep history and culture. In Rabat, you will visit Hassan Tower, and just beside it, you can see the Mausoleum of two great kings (Hassan II and Mohamed 5). Later, visit the Oudays Kasbah and the ancient Kasbah of Challah. Lunch in Rabat, then we hit the road to Casablanca, where the tenth night waits for us. 

    Day 12: Casablanca » Essaouira

    After breakfast, we visit the most famous landmark here in Casablanca, which is the Hassan II Mosque. Once you have completed the visit, we will drive you to the small, charming artistic town of Essaouira, which is located on the western coast of the country. When we arrive in Essaouira, we will drop you off at your riad, located in the old Medina.

    Day 13: Free Exploration Day in Essaouira

    This is a day for both exploration and relaxation. There is no better way to spend today’s morning than by taking a leisurely stroll through Essaouira’s ancient Medina, often called Mogador. Seize the opportunity to try the seafood in the city; it’s definitely delicate and not frozen. Take a short walk to the beach and Skala. Afterwards, if you desire, we can take a tour to Sidi Kaouki, which is 30 kilometers from Essaouira. Here are many activities you can do, such as riding quads or going surfing, as well as experiencing horseback riding. If you are not a fun of activities, you can sit in one of the cafes that overlooks the sea and watch the sunset. At the end of the day, we take you back to the Riad, where you can relax and enjoy your final night in Essaouira.

    Day 14: Essaouira » Marrakech

    Today We leave Essaouira after breakfast and drive to Marrakech, known as the red city, depending on your departure time. On the way, we will pass by a women’s cooperative specializing in producing various products from argan trees feel free to wander in their cooperative. Upon arrival in Marrakech, we will transfer you to the airport at any time you want. From there, our 14-day in Morocco ends.

    14 Days Around Morocco Tour Note:

    Morocco 14 Days Trip

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

    Tour Excludes:

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

    Take into Account!!

    We appreciate you taking the time to go through our comprehensive 14-day Morocco itinerary. We sincerely hope it fulfills your needs! If not, we would be pleased to provide you an alternative tour schedule that is genuinely tailored to your interests, including the activities you wish to engage in while visiting Morocco and the length of time you would like to spend in each location. Please remember that the more people sign up for our excursions, the less money you will pay per person; however, the cost of lodging varies depending on the location. On the other hand, the cost of transportation is set for each period.


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      I had an amazing trip to Morocco with Africa North Journeys. From the start to the finish of my 14-day Morocco itinerary, Hassan and Moha did a fantastic job making my vacation an experience of a lifetime. I had amazing service and constant smiles. Everywhere you go, the people are extremely friendly and welcoming. Morocco is a truly intriguing nation, and I urge everyone who reads my post to go there and select Africa North Journeys as their reliable guide to simply discover all of Morocco’s mysteries.

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