2-week Morocco itinerary - Ultimate 14-Day Morocco Tour from Casablanca

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BEST 2-week Morocco itinerary - Ultimate 14-Day Morocco Tour
14-Day Morocco Tour: Discover the Magic of Morocco!
  • 14 Days/ 13 Nights
  • Private Vehicle
  • Distance: 2285 KM
  • Guided Tours
  • Half Board
  • Accommodation

Tour Description: 2-week Morocco itinerary

14 Day Morocco tour itinerary from Casablanca

Embark on an exhilarating 2-week Morocco itinerary from Casablanca, where a vibrant tapestry of culture, history, and natural splendor await discovery. Begin in the energetic metropolis of Casablanca, then journey to Rabat’s imperial grandeur, Asilah’s coastal beauty, and Tangier’s captivating blend of cultures. Continue to Chefchaouen‘s bohemian allure, and immerse yourself in the ancient charm of Fes. Traverse the Sahara’s endless dunes for a nomadic experience. Explore Todra Gorge’s rugged cliffs and Ouarzazate’s cinematic landscapes, including the famed Ait Ben Haddou. Immerse yourself in Marrakech’s kaleidoscope of colors before concluding in Essaouira, where coastal tranquility and bohemian vibes provide a serene finale to this unforgettable journey across Morocco.

What to Expect in 14 Day Morocco Tour from Casablanca

Morocco 2 week itinerary
  • Marvel at the grandeur of the Hassan II Mosque and explore Rabat's rich history
  • Traverse through Tangier to the enchanting blue city of Chefchaouen
  • Uncover Roman ruins in Volubilis and the imperial allure of Meknes
  • Guided tour of Fes Medina, with a mix of historical and cultural sites
  • Venture into the desert for a magical camel ride and a night under the stars
  • Discover Todra Gorge's awe-inspiring cliffs and Rose Valley
  • Visit the UNESCO-listed Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou
  • Scenic drive through the High Atlas to the vibrant city of Marrakech
  • Explore Marrakech's medina, souks, and iconic landmarks
  • Drive to Essaouira, a coastal haven, for beach relaxation or adventurous activities

Detailed Itinerary: 2 weeks in Morocco

Morocco itinerary 14 Days tour from Casablanca

1st Day: Arrival in Casablanca (30-minute drive)

Upon arriving at Casablanca Airport, you will be met by your private driver/guide, who will transfer you to your hotel for the first night of your 2-week stay in Morocco. After checking in, you’ll have the rest of the day free to either relax at the hotel or explore the city on your own.

√ Overnight: Casablanca

2nd Day: Casablanca » Rabat » Asilah (3.5-hour drive)

In the morning, following breakfast, embark on a visit to the remarkable Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque on the African continent, with a capacity to accommodate up to 105,000 worshipers. Marvel at the architectural grandeur of this impressive structure.

Later in the day, continue your journey to Rabat, the charming capital of Morocco located on the Atlantic coast. Upon arrival, take a guided tour of Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V. Moreover, explore the historic Udayas Kasbah, a well-preserved city dating back to the 12th century. Stroll through its engaging streets to soak in the rich history. For lunch, treat yourself to a delightful meal at one of the picturesque restaurants overlooking the ocean.

Afterward, drive to Asilah, a fortified town situated on the Atlantic coast. Upon reaching Asilah, check in to your hotel. The remainder of the afternoon is yours to explore the Medina, renowned for its vibrant art scene, murals, and the annual Moussem Culturel International d’Asilah festival. Besides, take advantage of the independent time to wander through the town’s streets.

Asilah boasts great beaches just outside the town, providing an excellent opportunity for relaxation. Explore the numerous cafés with terraces that offer scenic views—ideal for unwinding for a few hours. Additionally, enjoy the unique atmosphere and cultural richness of Asilah.

√ Overnight: Asilah

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

3rd Day: Asilah » Tangier » Rif mountains » Chefchaouen (3-hour drive)

Bid farewell to Asilah this morning and embark on a journey past the captivating Moroccan city of Tangier, situated on the Strait of Gibraltar—a historical gateway between Africa and Europe. Upon arrival in Tangier, partake in an orientation tour, exploring notable sites such as Cape Spartel and the Cave of Hercules. Take in the scenic beauty of this vibrant city.

After the tour in Tangier, you’ll have some free time to enjoy lunch before continuing your journey to Chefchaouen. Revel in magnificent views of the Rif Mountains and expansive forests during the scenic drive. Upon arrival in Chefchaouen, often referred to as the Blue Pearl of Morocco, be captivated by its unparalleled beauty. Likewise, the city is renowned for its stunning blue-washed buildings and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Take the opportunity to explore this picturesque gem in Morocco.

√ Overnight: Chefchaouen

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

4th Day: Discover Chefchaouen: Morocco's Blue City Gem

Take advantage of a full day at your leisure to explore the enchanting blue town on your own. Besides, the atmosphere here is notably more relaxed compared to the bustling cities of Fes or Marrakech. Moreover, the town’s charm lies in its little white and blue houses, stacked along winding lanes, creating a picturesque scene that stands out in northern Morocco. Furthermore, wander through the ancient Medina, meandering through its narrow alleyways, cobbled plazas, and unique doorways. Alternatively, find a cozy café to simply sit back, savoring the pleasure of time passing by.

If you’re inclined for a different experience, consider venturing outside the town for a hike in the surrounding hills. Likewise, a former mosque in the hills offers a splendid view over the Medina, nestled between two mountain peaks. This vantage point provides a breathtaking perspective, particularly during sunset. Choose the pace and activities that suit your preferences, allowing yourself to fully absorb the unique beauty and tranquility of this distinctive blue town.

√ Overnight: Chefchaouen

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

5th Day: Chefchaouen » Volubilis » Meknes » Fes (4.5-hour drive)

On the fifth day of the 14-day Morocco Travel Itinerary, depart from Chefchaouen and make your way to Fes, the cultural capital of the country. En route, take a break to explore the ancient Roman site of Volubilis. Moreover, this historical gem showcases well-preserved ruins with detailed mosaics, providing valuable insights into the layout of a former provincial Roman capital.

Moving onward, arrive in Meknes, the former capital of Morocco, often referred to as the Versailles of Morocco due to its impressive buildings and elaborate monuments. Enjoy a leisurely lunch before exploring key attractions such as Bab Mansour Gate, Qara Prison, Royal Stables, and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail.

Following your time in Meknes, continue your journey to Fes, renowned as the oldest and largest medieval city in the world. Immerse yourself in the rich history and cultural heritage of this captivating destination.

√ Overnight: Fes

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

6th Day: Guided Sightseeing Tour of Fez (25-minute drive + 4-hour walking tour)

In the mid-morning, embark on a half-day guided tour of Fes Medina, well-known for its architectural richness and the Andalusian Quarter. Also, locally known as Fes el Bali, this area is a haven for locally crafted goods featuring vibrant Moroccan styles, including intricate leather work and metalwork. Fes stands out as a global hub for education and culture, encompassing both Islamic and Jewish influences.

Your knowledgeable local guide will narrate the city’s history as you traverse its winding streets and captivating alleyways. Additionally, you’ll encounter donkeys laden with merchandise and explore specialized sections within the souk.

The comprehensive tour includes visits to significant sites such as the King’s Palace, the tanneries, Al Qaraouine University, and the Attarine Madrasa. Next, a stop at a mosaic factory provides insight into this unique regional craft. The tour concludes with a panoramic view of the Medina, offering a clear perspective on its vast expanse.

Your journey concludes at Bab Boujloud, the ‘Blue Gate’. The remainder of the afternoon is yours to engage in independent exploration. Take advantage of this free time to further discover the charms of Fes at your own pace.

√ Overnight: Fes

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

7th Day: Fes » Ifrane » Cedar Forest » Ziz valley » Merzouga Desert (7-hour drive)

Set out on an exhilarating journey today with a scenic drive through the captivating landscapes of the Middle Atlas, where you’ll ascend steadily to discover the enchanting town of Ifrane, often referred to as the Little Switzerland of Morocco, boasting its picturesque ski resort.

Later-on, continue your adventure to Midelt, passing through the Cedar Forest, where a brief walk awaits to encounter the Barbary macaques and capture memorable photos. Following a rejuvenating lunch break, set your sights on Merzouga, a charming desert-edge settlement.

As you approach Erfoud, be captivated by the breathtaking views of the Ziz Oasis and expansive valleys. Upon reaching Merzouga, hop on a camel and traverse the mesmerizing dunes of Erg Chebbi, with towering heights reaching up to 150m. Immerse yourself in the authentic desert life, escaping the hustle of the modern world. Besides, don’t miss the opportunity to witness a stunning desert sunset, creating a magical ambiance.

In the heart of the desert, relish a delectable dinner and partake in the rhythm of live Berber music around a crackling open fire. Additionally, spend an unforgettable night under the starry sky, cherishing the beauty of the desert. This immersive journey guarantees remarkable memories of your desert exploration.

√ Overnight: Merzouga Desert Camp

√ Included Meals: Breakfast and dinner

8th Day: Take an exploration of Merzouga: visit Dar Gnawa » Nomadic tribe » Desert Oasis (2.5-hour drive)

If you’re an early riser, seize the opportunity to witness a breathtaking sunrise by taking a short walk to the nearest dune. Besides, there’s nothing quite like the mesmerizing spectacle of the sun casting its golden light across the expansive Sahara Desert, transforming the dark grayish sand into a brilliant gold hue.

After breakfast, delve deeper into the enchanting Merzouga region on the Sahara’s edge. Explore Khamlia village, home to the Gnawa tribe, where you can immerse yourself in the captivating live Gnawa Music—a tradition deeply rooted in Moroccan culture and also originating from sub-Saharan regions.

Afterward, embark on a journey to the Galb Nass Mountains for a captivating panoramic view of the Erg Chebbi Dunes. Likewise, catch a glimpse of Morocco’s nomadic Berbers traversing the desert, often dwelling in makeshift tents as they journey to their next destination.

Moreover, stop along the route to share a cup of tea with a local family in their handwoven tents, relishing the serene ambiance of the Sahara Desert. Conclude the desert adventure with a return to Khamlia village for lunch at a local restaurant, where you can savor Berber pizza.

The Sahara excursion concludes at the Oasis of Merzouga, a verdant enclave amid the desert. Return to your exquisitely decorated riad, and in the afternoon, consider a stroll to the Erg Chebbi dunes for another captivating sunset. Alternatively, opt for an adventurous Quad Bike Tour or Dune Buggy Ride—a must-try experience to enhance your desert stay!

√ Overnight: Merzouga

√ Included Meals: Breakfast and dinner

9th Day: Merzouga Desert » Erfoud » Todra Gorge » Dades Gorge (4-hour drive)

Embark on a scenic journey from Merzouga, driving to Dades Gorge via Erfoud, famed for its fossilized quartz and fresh dates.  There’s a chance to stop at a fossil museum to learn about this unique activity and taste some fresh dates from the local market.

Continuing along the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs, head towards the Todra Gorge, a captivating natural wonder featuring towering limestone cliffs reaching impressive heights of 300m. This breathtaking sight, popular among visitors and climbers alike, offers a moment of awe and admiration.

Take a moment to admire the splendor of Todra Gorge before proceeding to the charming Dades Canyon. The landscape here is unmatched, with sprawling green valleys contrasted against otherworldly rock formations carved by the wind. Your lodging awaits with a delightful pool and terrace offering panoramic valley views. Make the most of this time to relax and soak in the surreal vistas. Immerse yourself in the unique beauty of this region, where nature’s wonders and cultural richness come together seamlessly.

√ Overnight: Dades Gorge

√ Included Meals: Breakfast and dinner

10th Day: Dades Canyon » Rose Valley » Ouarzazate » Ait Ben Haddou » Marrakech (6-hour drive)

This morning, our journey takes us along the scenic road of The Rose Valley and the Thousand Kasbahs, leading us to Ouarzazate. Our first stop is in the Rose Valley in Kalaat M’gouna, renowned for its fragrant roses that cover the town in a blanket of scented blooms each spring. From there, we continue our adventure to Ouarzazate, known for being a prominent filming location for various Hollywood blockbusters and popular TV shows. Upon arrival, visit the optional Atlas Studio, one of the largest film studios globally.

Next, we hit the road once more, heading to Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a remarkably well-preserved medieval village. This picturesque town features crenelated towers and intricate decorations, making it an ideal setting for filming scenes from movies like Gladiator and The Living Daylights. After exploring the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, our journey takes us across the High Atlas Mountains. Ascending over the Tizi N’tichka pass, revel in breathtaking views of the mountains and expansive valleys before reaching Marrakech, where you’ll spend the night.

√ Overnight: Marrakech

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

11th Day: Marrakech Sightseeing Tour (25-minute drive + 4-hour walking tour)

After breakfast, begin your guided tour of the Medina, navigating through the vibrant souks that pulse with the city’s energy. Explore key attractions such as Ben Youssef Madrasa, The Palace of the Bahia, The Saadian Tombs, and other hidden gems alongside your local guide, who will vividly narrate the tales of Morocco’s southern pearl. Continue the journey to the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque, the tallest structure and largest mosque in Marrakech, though access is restricted for non-Muslims.

Following this, proceed to the enchanting Majorelle Gardens. Consider a visit to the newly opened Yves Saint Laurent Museum nearby. The remainder of the day is at your leisure to immerse yourself in the lively ambiance of Jemaa El-Fna square—an unmissable sight. Explore further with a visit to Le Jardin Secret, a traditional Medina garden boasting a magnificent courtyard, or simply unwind at the Riad/Hotel. Enjoy the diverse experiences Marrakech has to offer.

√ Overnight: Marrakech

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

12th Day: Marrakesh » Essaouira (3-hour drive)

Departing from the enchanting city of Marrakech, our journey takes us to the coastal town of Essaouira, renowned for its undeniable charm. Enclosed within stone ramparts, the town boasts whitewashed houses adorned with vibrant blue shutters, along with art galleries and wood workshops.

Upon reaching Essaouira, the remainder of the day is free for you to explore at your leisure. Take a leisurely stroll down to the beach, where you’ll find a long sandy stretch partially sheltered from the sea wind. Depending on the season, the water can be inviting for a swim, although it might be a bit chilly in the winter months. Alternatively, delve into the UNESCO-listed Medina, characterized by its diverse souks and woodcarving workshops. Explore the harbor area, known for its iconic lineup of blue boats.

While in Essaouira, consider engaging in optional activities such as horse trekking or quad biking to enhance your experience. Embrace the unique atmosphere of Essaouira and immerse yourself in its captivating blend of history, art, and coastal beauty.

√ Overnight: Essaouira

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

13th Day: Essaouira » Casablanca (4-hour drive)

This morning is also yours to explore the city further. Consider indulging in a freshly-cooked plate of the day’s catch at the port, or browsing the eye-catching market stalls for local handicrafts. Alternatively, savor a final coffee in the square, absorbing the laid-back rhythm of this Moroccan town with its distinctive European seaside ambiance. Take advantage of this free time to immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere.

In the afternoon, start your journey back to Casablanca, marking the final night of your two-week tour around Morocco. Reflect on the diverse experiences and memories gathered during your exploration of this fascinating country.

√ Overnight: Casablanca

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

14th Day: Transfer to Casablanca's Airport (30-minute drive)

Your 14-day Morocco tour itinerary from Casablanca with us concludes today upon checking out of the hotel. We are pleased to offer an included onward departure transfer to Casablanca airport. If you desire to extend your stay to either 16 or 15 days in Morocco, kindly inform us, and we will be happy to assist with the arrangements.

√ Included Meals: Breakfast

Important Note

What you see here is just a suggested plan for your 2 weeks in Morocco itinerary from Casablanca. If it doesn’t quite match what you have in mind, don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re all about creating a tour that fits your preferences and specific duration.

Our tours from Casablanca cover all of Morocco, and here’s the deal: the more friends you bring along, the lower the cost per person. We split the fixed transportation fee among everyone, and the overall price also depends on your choice of accommodation, varying with options such as 3-star, 4-star, or 5-star hotels.

For the exact cost and all the details, contact us. We’re here to make your trip just right for you.

2 Weeks in Morocco itinerary Price

14 Days Morocco tour from Casablanca
Price Includes
Price Excludes
  • Hotel/Airport pick-up and drop-off services.
  • Tour in an air-conditioned vehicle throughout 2-week Morocco itinerary.
  • Hand-picked English-speaking driver.
  • 12-night stay in carefully selected Hotel/Riad.
  • 1-night stay in a Deluxe desert camp (Private Tent).
  • Camel trek & Sand-Boarding.
  • Daily Breakfast and 3 nights dinner.
  • Local Expert guide in Fes and Marrakech.
  • Free time to wander through canyons, explore kasbahs, take photos, and more.
  • Lunches, drinks and 10 Nights dinner.
  • Entrance fees to monuments (Ex: Hassan II Mosque, Atlas Studio…etc.)
  • Tips for your tour guide & driver (the amount is at your discretion).
  • Any Private Expenses.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is 2 weeks in Morocco too long?

No, spending 2 weeks in Morocco is not too long. In fact, it provides ample time to explore the diverse landscapes, rich culture, and historical sites that the country has to offer. Whether you’re interested in the bustling markets of Marrakech, the ancient history of Fes, the scenic beauty of the Atlas Mountains and Sahara desert, or the serene deserts, a two-week itinerary allows for a well-rounded experience. It gives you the opportunity to delve deeper into the local culture, indulge in various activities, and truly immerse yourself in the unique charm of Morocco.

How much money should I take to Morocco for 2 weeks?

How much money you need for a 2-week trip to Morocco depends on your travel style and preferences. Budget travelers can spend around €200 to €250 per day, while mid-range travelers may budget €250 to €300 daily. These estimates cover accommodation, meals, transportation, and some activities. Prices can fluctuate, so have extra cash for emergencies and surprises. Your spending habits and itinerary also impact your total budget. Before traveling, consider exchanging currency and having ATM access for convenience.

  • Accommodation: €8o-€150 per night.
  • Meals: €20-€50 per meal.
  • Transportation: €5-€150 per trip.
  • Sightseeing: €7-€15 per site.

What is the best time to visit Morocco?

The best time to visit Morocco is during the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) when the weather is pleasant. These seasons offer moderate temperatures, blooming landscapes, and vibrant colors. Coastal areas have milder temperatures year-round, while summers (June to August) can be hot, especially in inland cities. Winter (December to February) is cooler but less crowded. Ultimately, the best time to visit Morocco depends on your preferences for weather, activities.

Is it safe to travel to Morocco?

Yes, Morocco is generally considered a safe destination for travelers. The country attracts millions of visitors each year who enjoy its rich culture, diverse landscapes, and historical sites. However, like any travel destination, it’s essential to take basic precautions to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Be mindful of your belongings, stay aware of your surroundings, and follow any local guidelines or recommendations. Additionally, it’s advisable to check for any travel advisories or updates before your trip. Overall, with reasonable precautions, Morocco offers a welcoming and secure environment for tourists.

How do I book a tour?

Booking a tour with us is a breeze. Follow these simple steps:

A) Reach Out: Start by emailing us to express your interest and inquire about availability.

B) Reservation Confirmation: Upon reaching out, we’ll guide you through the reservation process. Typically, a deposit is required to secure your spot.

2. Is a deposit required, and how much is it?

Yes, indeed, a deposit is typically required to confirm your booking. Furthermore, the amount varies based on the specific tour package you choose. Importantly, this initial payment is crucial, as it not only secures your spot but also enables us to make all necessary arrangements for your upcoming adventure.

3. What payment methods are available for the deposit?

We strive to make the deposit process as convenient as possible. Additionally, you can make your deposit through various methods, with debit card payments via PayPal being one of the options. This flexibility ensures that you can choose the method that suits you best.

4. When is the balance payment due and how?

The balance payment for your tour is typically due either before the start of your trip or upon arrival. We accept various payment methods, including bank transfers, making it convenient for you to settle the balance. If you ever have questions or need assistance with the balance payment, our dedicated customer service team is here to help.

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Are you planning an international trip and wondering about the complexities of visa applications? Unfortunately, we cannot offer you a visa application service, but we can provide you with valuable insights into understanding whether you need one or not. The visa application process can be intricate, but fear not; we’ve compiled a comprehensive guide to help you navigate through the basics.

Do I Need a Visa?

The necessity for a visa depends on your nationality and your intended travel destination. Let’s break it down for you:

1. Check Your Nationality

Firstly, identify your home country and its visa agreements with the country you plan to visit. If there is no existing visa agreement, you will likely need to apply for a visa in advance of your departure.

2. Understand Visa Requirements by Country

Here’s a quick guide for citizens of specific countries:

a. US Citizens

Great news for Americans! US citizens typically don’t need a visa for many destinations. Nevertheless, always double-check the specific requirements for your chosen location.

b. UK Citizens

Likewise, citizens of the United Kingdom usually enjoy visa-free travel to most countries. Confirm the details based on your intended destination.

c. Australian Citizens

Australians often have the privilege of visa-free travel to various places. Before you pack, verify the visa requirements for your chosen destination.

d. New Zealand Citizens

If you’re a citizen of New Zealand, you likely won’t need a visa for many destinations. Still, it’s wise to check the specific requirements for your intended travel spot.

Special Note: Morocco

Good news for those planning a trip to Morocco! Citizens of most countries, including the ones mentioned above, typically don’t require a visa for Morocco. It’s a visa-free destination for many travelers.

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We were skeptical about booking this 2 week trip to Morocco online. Usually we’re DIY travelers who plan every detail ourselves. But Morocco seemed too complex to tackle alone. Thank goodness we trusted Morocco Tabiarte Tours! From start to finish, they made everything easy. Hotels, guides, tours – all booked seamlessly. Their friendly team listened attentively and tailored the itinerary to our preferences.

Questions and requests were handled promptly at every stage. With transportation and logistics handled by experts, we could simply relax and enjoy. Morocco dazzled us with its beauty. This was our most memorable trip yet, thanks to Morocco Tabiarte Tours! We’re so glad we took the leap and let the pros handle the planning.

25 January 2024


Family Traveller

We recently embarked on an extraordinary 14-day tour of Morocco, expertly arranged by Morocco Tabiarte Tours. From Casablanca to Marrakech, they picked top-notch hotels to suit our needs. MTT handled all transportation seamlessly, allowing us to fully immerse in the culture and landscapes. Their attention to detail, communication, and follow-through exceeded expectations at every turn. I cannot recommend MTT highly enough for anyone looking to see the best of Morocco; they made this trip truly spectacular for our family.

18 January 2024


Family Traveller

Our two-week journey through Morocco with Tabiarte Tours was magical. Moha, the main organizer of our unforgettable trip, showed exceptional communication skills by promptly responding to all our needs before and during our time in Morocco. Moha not only gave us peace of mind but also enabled us to fully relax and savor every moment of our tour. We are deeply grateful to Moha for making this such a wonderful experience. We will certainly choose MTT again for our next adventure.

17 December 2023


Group Traveller

This two-week tour from Casablanca unveiled the captivating beauty of Morocco to us in extraordinary fashion. Traveling with Morocco Tabiarte Tours exceeded our highest expectations at every turn, from thoughtful details to unforgettable moments. We wholeheartedly recommend MTT for anyone considering a trip to Morocco, whether you are in the planning stage, have questions, or are ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.

Our satisfaction with MTT’s phenomenal service is beyond words; we are genuinely thrilled and thankful for the remarkable experience they provided. Thanks to MTT, our journey through Morocco became an unforgettable chapter we will always cherish. We highly recommend them to anyone seeking a truly memorable and enriching travel experience.

8 December 2023
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