Morocco itinerary 14 days tour from Casablanca

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During this Morocco 14 day itinerary, embark on an epic journey to explore the ancient Moroccan cities of Marrakech, Fes, Rabat, Meknes, Tangier and more. Your adventure will lead you through ancient cities, bustling alleyways, vibrant markets, and historic Medinas, immersing you in the colorful and ancient culture of Morocco.

You will have the opportunity to visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis, the legendary Caves of Hercules, and the captivating Straits of Gibraltar, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea. Marvel at the modern architecture of the Hassan II Mosque and experience the antiquity of Morocco in the blue pearl city of Chefchaouen, renowned as the world’s 6th most beautiful city.

But the adventure doesn’t stop there! You will embark on a monumental desert trek by camel into the iconic Sahara Desert, where you’ll spend a magical night under the starry sky at a desert camp. Experience the thrill of sandboarding and quad biking on the golden orange Sahara dunes, meet the nomads of Sahara and share a cup of tea with them as you learn about their fascinating lifestyle. Be mesmerized by the stunning Atlas Mountains, deep gorges, lush oases, and unique rock formations.

On this 14 day Morocco itinerary, you will travel to the “Jewel of the Atlantic Coast”, the port city of Essaouira, known for its sun, serene beaches, and its enchanting UNESCO medina. Visit the largest Argan forest in Morocco and the UNESCO site of Ksar Ait Benhaddou, the most intriguing of the red earth castles and one of the most eye-catching filming locations in Africa featured in Game of Thrones, Gladiator and more…


Please click on each section below so that the details of each day of this 14 day itinerary Morocco tour will appear.

1st Day of the 14 day itinerary Morocco tour

14 day itinerary morocco On the 1st day of your Morocco itinerary 14 days, you will meet your Guide / driver at Mohammed V international airport in Casablanca and get to know the cultural, historic and the economic center of Morocco. Casablanca is a captivating city in which to begin your wonderful 14 day Morocco tour. You will be guided to observe the most important sights of this city.

Today, Casablanca is a modern city with boulevards, modern infrastructure and rich history. You will receive insight into the city’s history and heritage from your guide/driver.

Depending on your arrival time, you will visit the Mohammed V Square, the famous Rick’s Café, the elegant Notre Dame de Lourdes Cathedral in the residential area of Anfa.

You will also visit the famous and 5th largest mosque in the world Hassan II Mosque, marvel at the Minaret, the world’s second tallest Minaret and take a leisurely stroll along the seaside of La Corniche in Ain Diab.

You will then be transported to your Hotel for your first night.

(Overnight in Casablanca).

Day 2 : Casablanca › Rabat › Tangier :

14 day morocco tour After breakfast, on the second day of your 14 days in Morocco, you will head to Rabat. This city is the political and administrative center of Morocco, where the Royal Palaces, government institutions, and International Embassies are located. Rabat’s architecture is testimony of its centuries of old rich history.

• Admire the masterful architecture of Mausoleum of Mohammed V, and visit the UNESCO listed site of Hassan Tower. The visit of this monuments is a great opportunity to appreciate the true value of traditional Moroccan art.

• Visit the official royal palace of the King of Morocco and the UNESCO listed site of Oudaya Kasbah.

• Travel along the magnificent Atlantic coast to visit the town of Asilah and the stunning city of Tangier in the extreme northwest of Africa.

• Explore Asilah, one of the most beautiful and well preserved old towns in Morocco. Discover the beauty of its ancient architecture, pristine beaches, and crystal clear waters. Visit the medina, alongside the sea walls, and witness the charming and historic medina which is enclosed by well-preserved 15th century ramparts and gates, built by colonial Portuguese.

• Head to a local restaurant where you can taste one of the seafood specialties for which Asilah is known.

• Drive to Tangier and explore the sites of this beautiful city and its surroundings including the old Medina and Cap Spartel (where the Atlantic and Mediterranean coast meet) and from where you will receive exceptional views of both the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean.

• Visit the legendary archaeological Caves of Hercules. Greek Legend alleges that when Hercules (God of war and power in ancient Greek mythology) was in need of a place to rest between two of his labors, he swam across the Strait of Gibraltar and ripped the cave from the side of the cliff with his hands creating a huge shape of the African continent.

• You will have the opportunity to visit the Grand Socco plaza, where multiple small hotels have previously accommodated famous artists and writers such as Paul Bowles, Henri Matisse, Camille Saint-Saëns and more.

Check into your accommodation and enjoy the afternoon to relax and recover from your journey.

(Overnight in Tangier).

Day 3 : Over the Rif mountains to Chefchaouen :

14 day morocco itinerary After breakfast, you will travel through the stunning Rif Mountains towards the blue city of Chefchaouen, and marvel at the uniqueness of the world famous “Blue Pearl” city of Morocco.

• Chefchaouen is a city with special vibes. Its unique charm gives a surreal impression. Observe the city’s old Moorish way of life and take a dream wander for a wonderful photo opportunity.

• Explore in depth, the rich cultural heritage, and antiquity of this charming town and stroll the blue narrow alleys with your Grand Morocco expert local guide.

• Known as the blue pearl and ranked sixth of the most beautiful cities of the world. Chefchaouen is an artsy, blue washed mountain village which was founded in the 15th century and was populated by Jewish and Muslim refugees fleeing from the Spanish Inquisition in 1478.

• Chefchaouen was isolated until early 20th century but has preserved a Moorish way of life and is regarded as the prettiest town in Morocco. Chefchaouen presents glorious photo opportunities and walking here will make you feel as though moving through a dreamland.

• Visit Ras el-Maa, the Kasbah Museum, the Spanish Mosque, Plaza Uta-Hammam and more.

The town buildings are painted blue and white, so the entire village appears to be wonderfully drenched in many hues of glorious blue leaving the traveler with a surreal impression. A beautiful town you will admire while on your Morocco itinerary 14 days.

(Overnight in Chefchaouen).

Day 4 : Chefchaouen to Fes via Volubilis and Meknes :

14 days in morocco On day 4 of your 14 day itinerary Morocco, leaving the beautiful Chefchaouen, you will head south via the stunning Rif Mountains towards the Roman ruins of Volubilis, where you will undertake a guided walking visit of the ruins.

• Morocco has one of the richest histories and cultures globally, influenced by centuries of diverse rulers which includes Roman rule. Explore the ancient Roman city of Volubilis. Dating back to 3rd century BC, Volubilis is home to some of the most impressive Roman ruins in North Africa.

• During Roman occupation of Morocco, Volubilis was the powerful ancient capital and administrative centre of Roman Africa and prospered economically. Among the most famous of the ruins are the luxury villas with their water tanks, large courtyard, beautiful mosaic floors, various pavilions, Basilica, Triumphal Arch built in 217 A.D and more than 300 temples. It was UNESCO World Heritage listed in 1997.

• Depart to the Imperial city of Meknes. Visit the 18th century Bab Mansour gate which is the most exquisite of its kind in North Africa and one of the 4 most beautiful gates in the world, Lahdim square, the Royal stables (film makers also have marvelled at this amazing structure and that led to scenes for the movies Ishtar and The Jewel of the Nile being made here) and the incredible Bassin Souani.

• Visit Moulay Ismail’s shrine (Sultan of Morocco from 1672–1727) to receive an insight into his interesting life and everlasting achievements.

• Continue your journey to the ancient, vibrant and the UNESCO listed Imperial city of Fes. This city is a north eastern Imperial Moroccan city referred to as The Mecca of the West or The Athens of Africa, also being the country’s capital of knowledge and culture.

• Fes is the oldest of Morocco’s imperial cities and an enchanting city you will admire while on your 14 day Morocco itinerary, it is renowned for its exciting and colourful Fes El Bali walled Medina, its Marinid architecture, vibrant souks, the famous Fes mosaic tile work and old world atmosphere and charm.

(Overnight in Fes).

Day 5 : Sightseeing guided day tour of Fes :

morocco 14 day itinerary On the 5th day of your Morocco 14 day itinerary, after a tasty Moroccan breakfast in your charming Riad, you will begin a full day Heritage guided tour of Fes, with your expert local guide. (Walking tour with some transportation between sites).

• Begin with a visit to the 12th century “Bab Boujloud” or “blue gate” with its stunning blue and green ceramics.

• Visit the largest royal palace in Morocco, Dar el Makhzen, exhibiting its seven golden doors and marvel at its wonderful golden gate, made of marble, copper and glorious mosaics.

• Stroll through the Mellah or Jewish quarter of old Moroccan Jewish heritage, built near the Royal residence for protection in 1438.

• Experience the panoramic view of the city from Borj Sud, an ancient fortress on a hill, from where you can view the UNESCO listed ancient Medina of Fes.

• Visit the famous 11th century iconic Chouara tannery, the oldest leather tannery in the world and explore the narrow Medina streets lined with shops selling fresh fruits, spices, silk weavers and numerous other art and craft items from Morocco.

• Visit a pottery factory and observe how the unique pottery of Fes is made with its intricate mosaics and ceramics, which adorn half of Morocco.

• Visit the 14th century Madrasa Bou Inania religious school and be delighted by the Marinid architecture.

• Discover the holy school and historic University of Al-Qarawiyyin, the world’s oldest working educational institution, i.e. University, as stated by UNESCO and Guinness World Records. Founded by a woman, Fatima al-Fihir in 859 AD.

• Lunch in an authentic restaurant in the Medina of Fes.

• Visit Madrasa Al-Attarine, Nejjarine Museum, Moulay Idriss Mausoleum (founder of Fes) and more.

While negotiating the narrow alley-ways, your expert local guide will instruct you about Moroccan history, culture and the Moroccan Berber way of life, especially around Fes. An enchanting day of discovery you will enjoy while on your Morocco itinerary 14 days.

(Overnight in Fes).

Day 6 : Over the middle Atlas to the glorious Sahara desert :

morocco itinerary 14 days On the 6th day, after breakfast, you begin your spectacular journey towards the magical and legendary Sahara Desert, the largest hot desert in the world and where the undulating golden dunes glisten like gold in the sunlight. Travel dreams do come true and this visit to the Sahara may be one of the highlights of your Morocco itinerary 14 days.

• Travel to Ifrane known as the Little Switzerland of Morocco and stop for a break to enjoy its marvelous landscapes.

• Here in Ifrane, you will become aware that this magical mountain town is one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco and features in the top 10 cleanest cities of the world. A beautiful place you will admire while on your 14 day Morocco tour.

• Navigate the green and superb Middle Atlas Mountains, marvel at the largest Cedar plantations in Africa and be captivated by the antics of the Barbary Apes. This species of Apes is found only in Morocco, Gibraltar and Algeria.

• Stop in Zayda town for lunch and enjoy a Moroccan tajine or some fresh barbeque. Drive through the scenic Middle Atlas Mountains and the striking Ziz Valley oasis, containing the largest palm grove oasis in Morocco.

• Observe a dense canopy of palms between ancient striated cliffs dating back to the Jurassic period.

• Continue travel to the eminent dunes of Erg Chebbi and experience the glory of the Sahara Desert. Erg Chebbi is regarded as the gateway to the Grand African Sahara and has some dunes considered the highest sand dunes in North Africa at 350 M elevation.

• Meet your camel caravan and the experienced camel man, who will guide your trek to explore the mysterious Sahara sand sea, an alluring and a unique trek that will make your tour of 14 days in Morocco a memorable experience.

• Enjoy a charming sunset over the Erg Chebbi dunes and spend the night in a Berber desert camp. The evening will include dinner, followed by entertainment around the campfire, listening to traditional Berber drum music, having the experience of a lifetime under the milky way stars. This will captivate your heart and soul, not for a night but forever.

(Overnight in a Sahara Desert Camp).

Day 7 : Full day of sightseeing in Sahara desert :

14 day itinerary morocco On the 7th day of your Morocco itinerary 14 days, you may climb the sand dunes for a fantastic view of the amazing sunrise in the Sahara Desert, followed by a typical traditional Berber breakfast.

• Begin your day with an optional ATV Quad excursion through the Sahara Desert. Enjoy the exhilaration of speeding through the sands and up the dunes, where you will stop to enjoy a peaceful moment with just sky and sand dunes for as far as you can see. You will have a professional guide to ensure your safety.

• Explore the Berber farms and fields of the desert town of Merzouga and marvel at the ingenious underground water and irrigation system, for family agriculture and for spectacular date palms.

• Visit Dayet Srij Salt Lake or “Flamingos Lake”. During spring, the lake attracts many species of birds e.g. amazing colony of Greater Flamingos, desert Warbler, Egyptian Nightjar, Falcons, desert Sparrows and many more. Several species reside at the lake all year round. Other wild life to be spotted at the lake are lizards, hedgehogs and desert foxes.

• Visit the Black Village of Khamlia, a little village with a big story. This village has a population of 390 of Black African families and Berber ethnic groups and it is located at the foothills of Merzouga dunes, doors to the great Sahara Desert.

• For centuries, black Africans from the Gnawa tribe, originating from sub-Saharan countries such as the Sudan, Mali and Niger, were forcibly moved from their homelands across the Sahara to Morocco as part of the worldwide slave trade. Shackled in chains as they crossed the desert, they sang to soothe their pain and found a mindfulness in the rhythmic chanting and clanking of the chains.

• Today Khamlia’s inhabitants are direct descendants of these slaves. You will visit one of the music associations, have a cup of tea and listen to the Gnawa inspirational African music which is legendary from their ancestors, preserved from their original homeland and still played in a traditional manner.

• Partake of a delectable lunch of Berber Pizza, which is a food specialty of the desert town of Merzouga.

• Visit a desert nomadic Berber family, share a cup of tea with them and be totally captivated by their life style, their traditional tents and the harsh desert environment in which they live.

• Head to your Riad/Hotel in front of the sand sea for a rest or a swim at your leisure.

(Overnight in Sahara).

Day 8 : Sahara › Rissani › Todgha gorges › Dades valley :

morocco 14 day itinerary After having experienced 2 memorable nights in the spectacular sand sea desert dunes of Sahara, we depart for the town of Rissani. This town was an ancient strategic cross roads destination on the trans-Saharan trade route linking Western Africa with Europe and Asia. It was a major camel caravan and commercial centre, which gave great importance to the city from the 8th to 16th centuries.

• Caravans of up to 200,000 camels would arrive in Rissani each year, from many sub Saharan African countries, e.g. Mali, Ghana, Senegal, Niger, Sudan, all trading  gold, ivory, local crafts, slaves and most importantly salt, which was sometimes used as trade currency and more valuable than gold at that time. Camels were first domesticated by the Native Berbers in North Africa, c.300 A.D. and the camel caravans travelled vast distances for long periods, up to 100 days to reach Rissani. They rarely travelled faster than the camel man’s walking speed and their ability to withstand hard conditions made them ideal for communication and trade.

• Rissani is renowned for its cultural diversity of Berber, Arab and desert communities, all recognisable and differentiated by their clothing style and colours worn. Also, it is a diverse city and well known for its traditional markets / Souks, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, being the busiest shopping days for souvenirs, gifts, spices, crafts and jewellery such as silver. There is a live stock market for sheep, goats and donkeys, and traders in local fresh produce such as dates, olives, vegetables and many traditional items. It might be possible to stop here to explore these traditional markets and maybe taste some Moroccan sweet dates.

• Departing Rissani and continuing your 14 day itinerary Morocco, we depart towards Tinghir, where we will deviate to a minor road following the river of Todgha Gorge. Contemplate the scenic panoramic views of the old Jewish and Berber mud villages, overlooking the valley. Some time at leisure to enjoy the immensity of the huge red cliffs, 400M elevation, where many international rock climbers come to enjoy their preferred sport.

• The Todgha Gorge is recognised worldwide for being one of the most spectacular rocky canyons. No wonder this place has been used for filming many movies due to its magnificent natural setting, one of the most famous movies being the “Mummy”. This landmark is another great highlight of your Morocco itinerary 14 days.

• In this area, lives a large community of Berber nomads. Sometimes, you can sight Berber nomad women, who have Berber tattoos on their faces. They may be seen herding their goats to drink water at the river’s edge and collecting their own water, which is carried by their mules back to the caves where they live.

• After lunch, we continue our 14 day Morocco itinerary journey towards one of the most beautiful valleys in the Kingdom and enjoy colourful Berber mud villages overlooking the amazing Dades Valley. We will drive along the spectacular Dades Valley to discover the amazing rock formations known as monkey toes or sometimes monkey fingers. These extraordinary rock formations are metamorphic rock, which has been severely eroded by rain, water (which has produced a chemical breakdown of the rock), wind and possibly sand storms over thousands of years.

• The Dades Valley prides itself for the extensive production of roses, wall nuts, groves of palm and almond trees. It was the site of ancient nomad crossings and the valley is dotted with oases and mud brick palaces known as Kasbahs which gives the region its fairy tale nickname. Then it is time to arrive at your Riad / Hotel for a peaceful night in the Dades Valley.

(Overnight in Dades valley).

Day 9 : Dades valley › Rose valley › Ouarzazate › Ksar Ait Benhaddou › Marrakech :

14 day itinerary morocco On the 9th day of your Morocco 14 day itinerary, after breakfast and spending the night in the heart of the beautiful Dades valley, you journey towards the Rose valley and the town of Kalaat Mgouna, known as the Rose capital and known for Damaskina roses, also known for the annual festival during the rose harvest in May to choose Miss rose of Morocco.

• Continue through the “Road of the thousand Kasbahs”, the iconic Berber mud brick villages and earth castles to the “Oasis of Skoura”. This oasis is UNESCO protected and is famous for its numerous Majestic Kasbahs and here, you will visit the iconic 17th century Kasbah of Amridil, an ancient fortification providing visitors a glimpse into life in rural southern Morocco.

• Amridil Kasbah was founded over 300 years ago and is largely unchanged today. It is one of the living museums of Morocco and is the ancestral home of the Nasiri family. The present generation of the family live on site, have a museum of ancient Moroccan artifacts as part of the Kasbah. In ancient times camel caravans of gold, spice, slaves, salt and other cargo off-loaded in Skoura, after many weeks trekking across the desert from several sub Saharan countries e.g. Mali, Senegal, Ghana and Sudan…

• Drive to the city of Ouarzazate known as the “Hollywood of Africa” and the gateway to the Sahara Desert. It was a former caravan town on the silk and salt route in the eastern foothills of the High Atlas Mountains. There may be an opportunity for photo stops and to visit one of the many cinema studios that the city is known for.

• Visit the spectacular UNESCO listed Ksar Ait Benhaddou, one of the most eye-catching filming locations in Africa. Stop for a walking visit to explore the 14th century World Heritage site, listed in 1987. This Ksar or village is one of the most intriguing of the red earth castles lining the ancient road of the camel caravans and it is the oldest mud village in Morocco. It was once a commercial hub for trans Saharan caravan traders and has been the back-drop for many international movies, such as Gladiator, Game of Thrones, Prince of Persia, Indiana Jones, Kingdom of Heaven and many more.

• Travel over the wilderness and natural beauty of the High Atlas Mountains, through the exceptionally scenic Tizi n’Tichka Pass and witness the production of the world famous Argan Oil on the way to the magic city of Marrakech.

(Overnight in Marrakech).

Day 10 : Marrakech day sightseeing guided tour :

morocco itinerary 14 days Today, on the 10th day of your Morocco itinerary 14 days, embark on a full day city tour of exotic and vibrant Marrakech, exploring in-depth, the rich cultural heritage and antiquity of this enchanting city.

• Your Grand Morocco expert local guide will lead you through the UNESCO World Heritage listed, ancient-walled Medina, which dates back to the ancient Berber inhabitants and which extends back to more than 1700 BC.

• Visit Bahia Palace, a masterpiece of Moroccan and Andalusian architecture and a major monument of Morocco’s heritage. This 19th century palace was built by “Ba Ahmed”, the grand vizier of Marrakech and named after his favorite wife “Bahia”. Craftsmen worked on this palace for fourteen years. The tiles were imported from Tetouan, the marble from Meknes while the cedar wood used for the painted and shimmering ceilings came from the Atlas Mountains.

• Visit Ben Youssef Madrasa, a 14th century school founded by the Moroccan Monarch “Abu el Hassan”, another beautiful example of Moroccan and Andalusian architecture. The Saadian dynasty enlarged and redecorated the building in 1570 and it became the largest Islamic college in north Africa.

• Observe the 12th century and largest mosque in Marrakech, Koutoubia Mosque and its 77 meter high minaret. It was completed during the reign of the Berber Almohad caliph Yaqub al-Mansour (1184-1199), and inspired other buildings such as the Giralda of Seville and the Hassan Tower of Rabat. Local laws restrict any new building projects from exceeding the height of the minaret, providing a focal point for all to enjoy.

• Visit Saadian tombs, the only remains of the Saadian Dynasty, which ruled Marrakech in 1524 to 1659.

• Explore the world famous UNESCO site of Jemaa el Fna plaza in the heart of Marrakech, a destination of all magic and a symbol of the ochre city where you will find a different and a unique atmosphere like snake charmers, storytellers, dancers, traditional musicians to mention just a few.

(Overnight in Marrakech).

Day 11 : Hot Air balloon flight and High Atlas mountains excursion :

14 day morocco tour On this special day of your Morocco 14 day itinerary, you may enjoy an optional early morning breathtaking adventurous Hot Air Balloon flight, revealing stunning aerial views of Marrakech environs and the spectacular High Atlas Mountains. Then post-flight, partake of a traditional Berber breakfast.

Journey into the hidden world of Berbers, the stunning Imlil village in the High Atlas mountains and where the famous Seven Years in Tibet was part filmed. From here, we will meet with our Grand Morocco local mule team which will take you to explore Imlil stunning waterfalls, enjoy the amazing view of ancient irrigation fields which are surrounded by cherry, walnut, apples and almond trees. Take in the amazing mountain views and valleys. Discover the authentic life of the Berber people and their culture and see the highest peak in North Africa and 2nd highest in Africa, The Toubkal Mountain at elevation of 4167 metres (13,665) feet.

Head to a typical Berber family guesthouse to feast on a traditional family meal, situated in a charming panoramic landscape with views towards the High Atlas Mountains. Learn how those rural Berber families live, their lifestyle and learn how Moroccan mint tea is made. (Lunch included).

After lunch head to the stunning Ourika Valley and witness one of the best preserved valley landscapes in Morocco. Enjoy panoramic views by passing through several authentic, traditional Berber villages built from Adobe clay and stones, at an elevation of 2400 metres. You will enjoy the dramatic and breathtaking views of The Atlas Mountains, mostly covered in snow all the year.

(Overnight in Marrakech).

Day 12 : Marrakech to Essaouira (Atlantic coast) :

14 day morocco itinerary Your 14 day Morocco tour will take you to the gem of the Atlantic, the port city of Essaouira, known for its sun, serene beaches, and its enchanting UNESCO medina.

Drive to the stunning Atlantic coast and through the largest Argan forest in Morocco on the way to Essaouira. This region is the only one in the world growing the Argan tree and producing the famous Argan oil known as Morocco’s Golden oil.

Visit a women’s cooperative for making the world famous Argan oil where you will see the process of extracting the oil from the Argan fruit. This will enrich your knowledge of the wonderful Argan tree, which grows only in Morocco, also stop to take pictures of Argan tree climbing goats.

Essaouira is an exceptional example of a late 18th century fortified town, built according to the principles of contemporary European military architecture in a North African context. Since its foundation, it has been a major international trading seaport, linking Morocco and its Saharan hinterland with Europe and the rest of the world.

Essaouira, is a UNESCO heritage listed city, a testament to the Portuguese style of the 15th century and is located on the windy Atlantic coast, being a major fishing port. Architecturally, the city is known as the “fortress city” and also as the “Wind City of Africa”, it attracts many windsurfers between April and November. Essaouira is an enchanting city you will admire while on your 14 days in Morocco and exhibiting a calm, peaceful and relaxed atmosphere, a vibrant culture and an ancient history of colonization.

Retrace the trails taken by Jimmy Hendrix, Bob Marley, Cat Stevens… and explore Essaouira’s most important monuments, such as the old fish market and seaport. Watch silver craftsmen and wood carvers at work in the old medina where the labyrinth of streets is lined with heavy wooden doors and whitewashed houses.

Wander through souks, traditional workshops and art galleries of the ancient Medina and discover the 18th-century Portuguese ramparts of Essaouira from where you will be able to see astonishing views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Visit Orson Welles Square and have lunch in one of the local restaurants serving delicious fish and seafood, explore local markets, and relax in the town’s charming beach.

Dip your toes into the sensational Atlantic ocean and witness the grandeur of a spectacular Atlantic sunset with optional activities such us (horse ride, ATV quads or camel riding) along the breathtaking Essaouira beach.

(Overnight in Essaouira).

Day 13 : Essaouira to Casablanca :

14 days in morocco Essaouira is a beautiful ancient coastal town known for its stunning beaches, majestic sunsets, and Argan trees, making it a must-visit on your Morocco itinerary 14 days.

Enjoy fresh seafood, explore local markets, and relax in the town’s charming beach.

Despite its small size, Essaouira has a thriving tourism and fishing economy and is a popular destination for European tourists. The town’s relaxed atmosphere and pristine beaches set it apart from other Moroccan cities.

After lunch, you will take a scenic drive along the Atlantic coastline back to Casablanca.

(Overnight in Casablanca).

Day 14 : Airport Transfer - End of The Morocco 14 day itinerary

Today, we will collect you from your accommodation and transfer you to Mohammed V international airport in Casablanca, for your on-ward flight. Now ends your Morocco itinerary 14 days.


  • ✅ Travel in a private air-conditioned 4WD or Minivan, with a professional, licenced English speaking driver/guide.
  • ✅ Airport Pick up / Drop off transfer.
  • ✅ WiFi hotspot in the car + 2 bottles of water each per day during this Morocco itinerary 14 days.
  • ✅ 14 days / 13 nights accommodation with breakfast in beautiful 3/4 or 5 star Hotels / Riads as you request.
  • ✅  Dinners in (day 6/7/8) and lunch on (day 11).
  • ✅ Camel trek and overnight stay in a Berber Sahara desert camp.
  • ✅ ATV quad bike excursion and sand boarding in the Sahara desert, Hot Air balloon in Marrakech (Optional Extra).
  • ✅ Turbant (head wear) each for the camel trip in Sahara.
  • ✅ Professional and official local city tour guides in Chefchaouen, Volubilis, Fes and Marrakech.
  • ✅ A visit to a local Berber nomad family in Sahara.
  • ✅ All taxes and fees for this 14 day itinerary Morocco.


  • ❌ Travel insurance.
  • ❌ Flight ticket.
  • ❌ Meals not noted as included in this 14 day Morocco itinerary.
  • ❌ Snacks, drinks and incidentals.
  • ❌ Hotel services, such as room service or laundry service.
  • ❌ Tips and gratuities.
  • ❌ Personal expenses during this Morocco 14 day itinerary.


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