2 weeks in Morocco Itinerary – 14 Days Tour from Casablanca

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  • 14D/13N
  • Airport Pick-up
  • Airport Transfer
  • Guided Tour
  • Distance: 2348 KM

◈ Tour Description: Morocco Itinerary 14 Days - 2 Weeks Tour from Casablanca

2/two weeks in Morocco • 14 Days tour itinerary from Casablanca through the capital of Morocco and its highlights. Discover the beautiful coastal city – Asilah and enjoy an orientation tour of tangier. Wander around the prettiest blue city – Chefchaouen nestled in the Rif Mountains. In addition, get st in the world’s oldest city’s maze-like Fes El Bali Medina on a guided tour. A Journey into the Sahara through a variety of spectacular scenery: Fertile valleys, Grand Canyons, Cedar and pine forests and also barren, rocky landscapes to Merzouga Desert. Moreover, enjoy Camel trekking and spend a night in a traditional nomadic tent under an endless canopy of stars.

Furthermore, marvel at the towering Gorge of Todra and stroll through the winding alleys of the UNESCO-listed fortified kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. Visit the ocher city of Morocco – Marrakech, explore the Medina and its hidden gems on a guided tour. Last but not least, stroll the inviting Medina in seaside Essaouira, a historic and charming Moroccan town inside 15th century Portuguese fortifications.

Price Includes

    • Hotel/Airport pick-up and drop-off services.
    • Tour in an air-conditioned vehicle throughout two weeks in Morocco.
    • Hand-picked English-speaking driver.
    • 12-night stay in carefully selected Hotel/Riad/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.

Price Excludes

    • Lunches, drinks and 10 Nights dinner.
    • Entrance fees to monuments (Ex: Atlas studio, Hassan II Mosque…etc.)
    • Tips for your tour guide & driver (the amount is at your discretion).
    • Any Private Expenses.

What to Expect in 2 Weeks in Morocco

  • 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.
  • Explore Todra Gorge's awe-inspiring cliffs and Rose Valley.
  • Visit the UNESCO-listed Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou.
  • 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: Perfect 2/Two weeks in Morocco (14 Days)

❖ 1st Day: Arrival to Casablanca Airport (30km)

Welcome to Morocco! On arrival at Casablanca Airport, you will be met by your private Driver/Guide and transferred to your hotel for a 1-night stay of your 2 weeks in Morocco Travel Itinerary. The balance of the day is at leisure to relax at the hotel or explore the city.

◈ Overnight: Casablanca

❖ 2nd Day: Casablanca » Rabat » Asilah (299km)

This morning after breakfast, visit the incredible Hassan II Mosque, the largest on the African continent and this amazing structure can hold up to 105,000 worshippers. Later on, continue to the imperial city of Rabat on the Atlantic coast, Morocco’s charming capital. On arrival, take a tour of Hassan Tower and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, before wandering through the engaging Oudayas Kasbah, originally it is a well-preserved city, dating back to the 12th century. Next, enjoy your lunch in one of the spectacular restaurants overlooking the ocean.

 Afterward, drive to Asilah, a fortified town on the Atlantic coast. Upon arrival, check into your hotel, the rest of the afternoon is yours to independently wander around the medina, an art hub, known for its murals and Moussem Culturel International d’Asilah, an annual festival. Just outside the town there are great beaches and plenty of cafés with terraces, both ideal for relaxing for a few hours.

◈ Overnight: Asilah

◈ Meals: Breakfast

❖ 3rd Day: Asilah » Tangier » Rif mountains » Chefchaouen (158km)

Bidding farewell to Asilah this morning, journey past the fascinating Moroccan city, Tangier on the Strait of Gibraltar, served as the gateway between Africa and Europe. On arrival, enjoy an orientation tour of tangier, visiting the Cape Spartel and the Cave of Hercules. After exploring tangier, you’ll have some free time to get lunch, before departing for Chefchaouen. Enjoy magnificent views of the Rif Mountains and vast forests on a scenic drive. Arrive in Chefchaouen, known as the Blue Pearl of Morocco, it is arguably the most beautiful city in the country, with its astonishing blue-washed buildings and breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

◈ Overnight: Chefchaouen

◈ Meals: Breakfast

❖ 4th Day: Explore Chefchaouen

Spend a full day at leisure to bravely wander the blue town yourself since its atmosphere is far more relaxed than that of bustling Fes or Marrakech. Little white and blue houses stacked upon one another along winding lanes make this town a highlight of northern Morocco. Take a stroll through the ancient medina and its winding alleyways, cobbled plazas and unique doorways or simply sit at a cafe and enjoy the pleasure of time passing by. Alternatively, you might prefer to get out of town and enjoy a hike in the surrounding hills to a former mosque for a great view over the Medina that’s nestled between two mountain peaks and witness sunset.

◈ Overnight: Chefchaouen

◈ Meals: Breakfast

❖ 5th Day: Chefchaouen » Volubilis » Meknes » Fes (261km)

On the fifth day of Morocco Travel Itinerary 14 Days, depart Chefchaouen and head to Fes, the country’s cultural capital. Along the way stop at the ancient Roman site of Volubilis, the ruins contain intact, detailed mosaics and show the layout of a former provincial Roman capital. Afterward, we move on to the former capital of Morocco – Meknes, also known as the Versailles of Morocco due to its impressive buildings and elaborate monuments. After a leisurely lunch, visit the Sultan Moulay Ismail mausoleum and the marble city gate of Bab Mansour before continuing on to Fes, the oldest and largest medieval city in the world. 

◈ Overnight: Fes

◈ Meals: Breakfast

❖ 6th Day: Guided Sightseeing Tour of Fez

In the mid-morning, go on a half-day guided tour of Fes Medina, home to the architecturally rich Andalucian Quarter. The city is known locally as Fes el Bali, a paradise of local handy-made craft work with colorful Moroccan styles, leather-work, metalwork. Besides, Fes is one of the world’s great centers of education and culture, both Islamic and Jewish. Your local guide will share stories of the city’s history as you walk through the twisting streets and epic alleyways, passing donkeys piled high with goods, and explore the specialty sections that divide the souk.

 The tour includes stops at the King’s Palace, the tanneries, Al Qaraouine university and the Attarine Madrasa. As well as a stop at a Mosaic museum to learn more about this unique activity which is famous in the region. Lastly, the panoramic view of the Medina where you can see clearly how big this Medina is. By the end of the walk, you’ll be at Bab Boujloud, “Blue Gate” and then you have the afternoon at leisure for individual exploration.

◈ Overnight: Fes

◈ Meals: Breakfast

❖ 7th Day: Fes » Ifrane » Cedar Forest » Ziz valley » Erfoud » Merzouga Desert (468km)

Today will be a long drive as you climb steadily into the dramatic landscapes of the Middle Atlas, stopping in Ifrane, known as the Little Switzerland of Morocco, a charming ski resort. Afterward, continue to Midelt via the Cedar Forest where you enjoy a short walk to see the Barbary macaques and take some photos. After a lunch break, then head to the small settlement of Merzouga on the outskirts of the desert. As you approach Erfoud, admire views of the remarkable Ziz Oasis and vast valleys.

 Upon arrival ride your camel to the campsite across the dunes of Erg Chebbi, with towering dunes up to 150m in height. Here in this magical escape from the modern world you’ll experience the true essence of desert life. Make sure to catch the sunset in the heart of the desert. In addition to that, enjoy a nice dinner, followed by live Berber music around an open fire and spend an amazing night under the starry sky, digesting the desert in all its beauty that will give you remarkable memories of the desert trip exploring.

◈ Overnight: Merzouga Desert

◈ Meals: Dinner & Breakfast

❖ 8th Day: 4WD Merzouga Excursion: Khamlia «Gnawa House»

If you’re an early riser, get up and walk up to the nearest dune for a spectacular sunrise. There is nothing like seeing the light of the sun spread over the vastness of the desert. Watching as the sand turns from a dark greyish color to brilliant gold as the sun’s rays touch down.

 After breakfast and freshening up, then begin to explore further the small region of Merzouga on the edge of the Sahara Desert. Along the way, stop in khamlia village to visit the Gnawa tribe, enjoy the live Gnawa Music, traditionally practiced throughout Morocco and originating from the sub-Saharan regions.

⇒ Visit Nomadic Tribes » Desert Oasis

Set off for a breathtaking panoramic view of Erg Chebbi Dunes from the Galb Nass Mountains. From Here, you’ll also start to see your first glimpse of Morocco’s nomadic Berbers – travelling across the desert and often staying in make shift tents as they head to their next destination.

 Stopping en route to share tea with some welcoming local families in their handwoven tent while enjoying the silence of the Sahara Desert. After that, drive back to Khamlia village, where you’ll enjoy your lunch in a local restaurant, you may like to try Medfouna (also called “Berber pizza”). It’s traditional stuffed bread prepared with meat, herbs and spices by the nomadic people. The Sahara excursion ends in the Oasis of Merzouga, a small patch of vegetation surrounded by desert, then return to your beautifully decorated riad. This afternoon why not walk to Erg chebbi dunes to witness sunset again or try out Quad Bike Tour or even Dune Buggy Ride, it is a wonderful experience that you should not miss out!

◈ Overnight: Merzouga village

◈ Meals: Dinner & Breakfast

Activities in Merzouga Desert:

Dune Buggy Ride in the Erg Chebbi Dunes

Quad Biking Tour in the Erg Chebbi Dunes

❖ 9th Day: Merzouga Desert » Todra Gorge » Dades Valley (250km)

Departing Merzouga this morning, drive to Boumalne Dades through Erfoud, which is famous for its fossilized quartzes and fresh dates. While here, there’s a possibility to stop at a fossil museum to learn more about this unique activity and perhaps try some dates fresh from the local market. Later-on continue toward the gorge of Todra on the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs. Surrounded by towering vertical limestone cliffs reaching heights of 300m to form one of the most dramatic and spectacular natural sights in Morocco that attracts the visitors and the climbers.

 There’ll be time to marvel at this sight before you continue your journey to Dades Valley. This area offers up scenery like no other – sprawling green valleys give way to otherworldly rock formations carved out by the wind. Your hotel offers a delightful pool and terrace overlooking the valley, so take some time to sit back and soak in the ethereal views.

◈ Overnight: Boumalne Dades

◈ Meals: Dinner & Breakfast

❖ 10th Day: Dades Valley » Rose Valley » Ouarzazate » Ait Ben Haddou » Marrakech (313km)

This morning we head off along the road of The Rose Valley and a Thousand Kasbahs en route to Ouarzazate – the Hollywood of North Africa. Begin with a stop in the Rose valley in Kalaat M’gouna, famed for its roses, the town lies blanketed under a landscape of scented blooms each spring. Continue on to Hollywood of North Africa – Ouarzazate, famous for being the filming location for many other Hollywood blockbusters and famous TV shows. On arrival, visit the Atlas Studio (Optional), it’s one of the largest studios in the world.

 Thereafter, we hit the road again to Ait Benhaddou, which has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a stunningly well-preserved medieval village. Studded with crenelated towers and richly decorated, the town’s kasbah is quite spectacular and provided an ideal location for filming scenes from Gladiator, The Living Daylight and many more. After a visit to the Kasbah, the journey continues across the High Atlas Mountains. Climbing over the pass of Tizi N’tichka, continue onwards with marvelous views over the Mountains and also vast valleys to Marrakech where you spend the night.

◈ Overnight: Marrakech

◈ Meals: Breakfast

❖ 11th Day: Marrakesh Sightseeing Tour

After breakfast you will begin your guided tour of the medina through the bustling souks that are the lifeblood of the city. Furthermore, discover Ben Youssef Madrasa, The Palace of the Bahia, The Saadian Tombs, and many other hidden treasures with your Local guide who will bring the magic of the southern pearl of Morocco to life. Afterward, you will continue with the tour on to the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque, the tallest structure and largest mosque in all of Marrakech; non-Muslims are not allowed in.

 Thereafter, head over to the beautiful Majorelle Gardens just a short drive from the koutoubia Mosque. The newly opened Yves Saint Laurent Museum nearby is also well worth a visit. The balance of the day is free for you to explore the lively hustle of Jemaa El Fna square, a site not to be missed. Consider a visit to Le Jardin Secret «a traditional medina garden with a magnificent courtyard» or just simply relax at the Riad/Hotel.

◈ Overnight: Marrakech

◈Meals: Breakfast

❖ 12th Day: Marrakesh » Tree-Climbing Goats » Essaouira (192km)

Leaving the incredible Marrakech, we continue our journey to the coastal town of Essaouira, its charm is undeniable: within the stone ramparts, you’ll find whitewashed houses with bright blue shutters, art galleries and wood workshops. Along the way since this is the land of Argan culture, there’s an opportunity to visit the women’s cooperative for argan oil where they extract the oil that is famous for its culinary, cosmetic and medical properties. As you approach Essaouira, admire views of the remarkable Souss district and Goats climbing argan trees.

 Upon arrival the rest of the day is at leisure, take your time stroll down to the beach, a long sandy beach which is slightly sheltered from sea-wind and depending on the time of the year the water is great for swimming (it might be a bit cold in the winter). Alternatively start to explore the UNESCO-listed medina with its various souks and woodcarving workshops, as well as the harbour, area with its famous line-up of blue boats. During your time here there’s the option to take part in horse trekking or quad biking.

◈ Overnight: Essaouira

◈ Meals: Breakfast

❖ 13th Day: Essaouira » Casablanca (377km)

Today’s morning is free for you to explore further. Maybe grab a freshly-cooked plate of the day’s catch at the port, or why not pick up some local handicrafts at the eye-catching market stalls, or just enjoy a final coffee in the square to soak up the easy-going rhythm of this Moroccan town with a European seaside twist. In the afternoon, drive back to Casablanca for the last night of two weeks tour around Morocco.

◈ Overnight: Casablanca

◈ Meals: Breakfast

❖ 14th Day: Transfer to Casablanca's Airport

Your 14 days in Morocco tour Itinerary from Casablanca with us ends today after hotel check out. An included onward departure transfer to Casablanca airport will be provided. Should you wish to extend your stay to 16 or 15 Days in Morocco please do let us know!

⟐ Meals: Breakfast

◈ Detailed Itinerary: Perfect 2/Two weeks in Morocco (14 Days)

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What is the best time to visit Morocco for a two-week trip?

The best time to visit Morocco for a two-week trip is during the spring (April to June) and fall (September to October) seasons. During these periods, the weather is generally pleasant, and you can avoid the extreme heat of summer and the colder temperatures of winter. Keep in mind that specific regions may have variations in climate, so it’s advisable to check the weather for the particular cities you plan to visit.

Do I need a visa for a 2-week visit to Morocco?

Citizens of many countries, including the U.S., Canada, the EU, and others, do not require a visa for stays of up to 90 days for tourism in Morocco. However, it’s essential to check the specific visa requirements based on your nationality. Ensure that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your planned departure date.

What language is spoken in Morocco, and is English widely understood?

Arabic and Berber are the official languages, but many Moroccans also speak French. In tourist areas, English is commonly understood, especially in hotels, restaurants, and shops. Learning a few basic phrases in Arabic or French can enhance your interactions with locals.

What are the essential items to pack for a two-week stay in Morocco?

When packing for a two-week stay in Morocco, consider including the following essential items:

  1. Lightweight and modest clothing: Respect local customs by wearing clothing that covers shoulders and knees, especially in more conservative areas.
  2. Comfortable walking shoes: As you’ll likely explore various cities and landscapes, comfortable shoes are essential.
  3. Sun protection: Morocco can be sunny, so pack sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses.
  4. Adapter for electrical outlets: Morocco uses European-style plugs, so ensure you have the right adapter for your electronic devices.
  5. Medications and a basic first aid kit: Include any necessary medications, along with items like insect repellent and basic first aid supplies.
  6. Reusable water bottle: Stay hydrated, especially in warmer regions, by carrying a reusable water bottle.
  7. Daypack or backpack: Useful for day trips and carrying essentials while exploring cities and attractions.
  8. Camera and/or smartphone: Capture the stunning landscapes and vibrant culture of Morocco.

What are the must-visit cities during a 2-week stay in Morocco?

A recommended itinerary for a 2-week stay in Morocco often includes the following must-visit cities:

  1. Marrakech: Known for its vibrant souks, historical sites like Jardin Majorelle, and the bustling Jemaa el-Fna square.
  2. Fes: Explore the UNESCO-listed Medina, visit the Bou Inania Madrasa, and experience the city’s rich cultural heritage.
  3. Casablanca: Discover the Hassan II Mosque and the modern vibes of Morocco’s economic hub.
  4. Chefchaouen: The famous blue city nestled in the Rif Mountains, offering a picturesque and tranquil atmosphere.
  5. Essaouira: A coastal town with a relaxed vibe, known for its historic Medina and seaside charm.
  6. Merzouga Desert: Venture into the mesmerizing dunes of Merzouga for a once-in-a-lifetime Sahara Desert experience, complete with camel treks, starlit nights, and the awe-inspiring Erg Chebbi dunes.

How much should I budget for a two-week trip to Morocco, including accommodation, meals, and activities?

The budget for a two-week trip to Morocco can vary based on travel style. On average, a mid-range budget may range from €50 to €100 per day, covering accommodation, meals, transportation, and some activities. Luxury travel may require a higher budget. It’s essential to factor in additional expenses like souvenirs and unexpected costs.

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A Magical 2-Week Journey Through Morocco with Tabiarte Tours

Our experience with Morocco Tabiarte Tours was nothing short of enchanting. Moha, the driving force behind our memorable journey, exhibited exceptional communication skills with prompt responses to all our requests, both leading up to and during our vacation in Morocco. Moha not only ensured peace of mind but also made it effortlessly simple for us to unwind and fully savor every moment of our tour. Heartfelt thanks, Moha! Without a doubt, we look forward to choosing Morocco Tabiarte Tours for our future adventures.

20 November 2023

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Exquisite 14-Day Tour from Casablanca: Unveiling the Beauty of Morocco

Embarking on a journey to Morocco with Morocco Tabiarte Tours was an experience that transcended our highest expectations. From the smallest details to the grandest moments, this holiday package left an indelible mark on every aspect of our adventure. We wholeheartedly recommend Morocco Tabiarte Tours for anyone contemplating a trip to Morocco—whether you’re in need of ideas, have questions, or are ready to embark on the journey of a lifetime.

Our overall satisfaction with this Morocco tour operator goes beyond words; we are genuinely elated and grateful for the exceptional service provided. Thanks to Morocco Tabiarte Tours, our Moroccan odyssey became an unforgettable chapter in our travel story. Highly recommended for anyone seeking a truly memorable and enriching experience.

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