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Best 14 Days Morocco Itinerary from Casablanca

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14 Days 13 Nights

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English, Espanol, Francais


The 14 Days Morocco Itinerary starting from the bustling city of Casablanca. This comprehensive itinerary is designed to provide an immersive experience of Morocco’s rich cultural heritage, diverse landscapes, and historical landmarks. From the vibrant streets of imperial cities to the tranquil beauty of the Sahara Desert, this Morocco Itinerary 14 Days offers an unforgettable adventure that captures the essence of Morocco.

Your adventure begins in Casablanca, where you’ll explore the iconic Hassan II Mosque and enjoy the city’s coastal charm. From there, you’ll travel to Rabat, the capital city, known for its historical sites and royal palaces. Next, you’ll head to Chefchaouen, the enchanting Blue City nestled in the Rif Mountains, offering a serene and picturesque atmosphere.

The journey continues to Fes, Morocco’s spiritual and cultural heart, where you’ll delve into the ancient medina, visit the historic Al Quaraouiyine University, and explore vibrant souks. Midelt and the scenic Middle Atlas Mountains await you next, leading to the breathtaking landscapes of the Ziz Valley and the mesmerizing Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga. Here, a camel trek and a night in a luxury desert camp under the stars provide a truly magical experience.

The Morocco Itinerary then leads to the coastal cities of Agadir and Essaouira, where you can relax on beautiful beaches and explore charming medinas. Finally, you’ll arrive in Marrakech, the vibrant and bustling city known for its lively markets, historic sites, and vibrant culture. The tour concludes with a full day exploring Marrakech’s iconic landmarks, including the Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, and Jemaa el-Fnaa Square.

This 14-day Morocco itinerary offers a perfect blend of cultural exploration, historical discovery, and natural beauty, ensuring a memorable and enriching travel experience. Join us on this extraordinary journey to uncover the heart and soul of Morocco, creating lasting memories and unforgettable moments.


  • Begin your journey in the bustling city of Casablanca. Visit the iconic Hassan II Mosque and experience the city's coastal charm.
  • Explore Morocco's capital city. Discover historical sites, royal palaces, and the tranquil Andalusian Gardens.
  • Wander through the enchanting Blue City nestled in the Rif Mountains. Enjoy the serene and picturesque atmosphere of this unique town.
  • Delve into the ancient medina of Fes. Visit the historic Al Quaraouiyine University, explore vibrant souks, and experience the spiritual heart of Morocco.
  • Travel through the scenic landscapes of the Middle Atlas Mountains, stopping in Midelt for breathtaking views and cultural insights.
  • Experience the magic of the Sahara Desert in Merzouga. Enjoy a camel trek, watch the sunset over the dunes, and spend a night in a luxury desert camp under the stars.
  • Marvel at the stunning Todra Gorges. Walk through the towering cliffs and enjoy the dramatic landscapes.
  • Visit the famous Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore Ouarzazate, the gateway to the desert and a popular filming location for Hollywood movies.
  • Relax on the beautiful beaches of Agadir. Enjoy the modern amenities and the charming medina of this coastal city.
  • Discover the coastal city of Essaouira. Wander through its historic medina, enjoy fresh seafood, and take in the vibrant arts scene.
  • Conclude your journey in the vibrant city of Marrakech. Explore its lively markets, historic sites, and vibrant culture. Visit the Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, and Jemaa el-Fnaa Square.


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Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca

Your 14 days Morocco itinerary begins in Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city and economic hub. Upon arrival, visit the iconic Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world, boasting exquisite architecture and a breathtaking seaside location. Afterward, take a leisurely stroll along the Corniche, where you can enjoy the ocean views and perhaps dine at one of the many seaside restaurants. Spend the night in Casablanca, preparing for the journey ahead.

Day 2: Casablanca to Rabat

After breakfast, head to Rabat, the capital city of Morocco. Here, you’ll explore the Royal Palace, the official residence of the King of Morocco, and the Hassan Tower, an unfinished mosque that stands as a testament to the city’s rich history. Visit the Kasbah of the Udayas, a serene and picturesque fortress offering stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. Rabat combines historical charm with a modern vibe, making it a delightful city to explore.

Day 3: Rabat to Chefchaouen

Travel to Chefchaouen, the enchanting Blue City nestled in the Rif Mountains. Known for its striking blue-painted streets and buildings, Chefchaouen offers a unique and tranquil atmosphere. Wander through its narrow alleyways, visit local shops, and relax in the main square. The serene and picturesque surroundings make it a perfect place to unwind and absorb the local culture.

Day 4: Chefchaouen to Fes via Volubilis and Meknes

Depart Chefchaouen and head towards Fes, stopping en route at the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the well-preserved ruins that showcase intricate mosaics and grand arches. Continue to Meknes, another imperial city, where you’ll visit the impressive Bab Mansour gate and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. Arrive in Fes in the evening and settle into your accommodations.

Day 5: Exploring Fes

Spend the day exploring Fes, Morocco’s spiritual and cultural heart. Delve into the labyrinthine streets of Fes el-Bali, the old medina, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit the historic Al Quaraouiyine University, considered the oldest continuously operating university in the world. Marvel at the stunning architecture of Bou Inania Madrasa and explore the vibrant souks filled with traditional crafts and local goods. Fes offers a deep dive into Morocco’s rich history and culture.

Day 6: Fes to Midelt

Leave Fes and travel through the scenic Middle Atlas Mountains towards Midelt. Along the way, stop in Ifrane, a charming town known for its Swiss-like architecture and cool climate. Continue to Azrou, where you can see the famous cedar forests and possibly spot some Barbary macaque monkeys. Arrive in Midelt, a town nestled between the Middle and High Atlas Mountains, known for its apple orchards and stunning landscapes.

Day 7: Midelt to Merzouga

Continue your journey through the Ziz Valley, famous for its lush palm groves and striking landscapes. Arrive in Merzouga, the gateway to the Sahara Desert. Here, you’ll embark on a camel trek into the mesmerizing Erg Chebbi dunes. Experience the serene beauty of the desert as you ride your camel to a luxury desert camp. Spend the night under the stars, enjoying traditional Berber hospitality and cuisine.

Day 8: Merzouga to Todra Gorges

Wake up early to witness a spectacular desert sunrise before leaving Merzouga. Travel to the stunning Todra Gorges, where you’ll be awe-struck by the towering cliffs that rise dramatically on either side of the river. Enjoy a hike through the gorges or simply relax and take in the natural beauty. Spend the night in a nearby hotel, surrounded by the tranquil beauty of the Moroccan landscape.

Day 9: Todra Gorges to Dades Valley

Today, you’ll drive through the scenic Dades Valley, also known as the “Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs.” The valley is renowned for its unique rock formations, ancient kasbahs, and lush oases. Stop at the famous “Monkey Fingers” rock formations and visit some traditional Berber villages along the way. Spend the night in a charming local hotel, enjoying the stunning views and peaceful atmosphere.

Day 10: Dades Valley to Ouarzazate via Ait Benhaddou

Travel towards Ouarzazate, making a stop at the UNESCO-listed Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, a famous fortified village that has served as the backdrop for many films. Explore the winding alleys and ancient structures of this well-preserved kasbah. Continue to Ouarzazate, known as the gateway to the Sahara and a popular location for film studios. Visit the Taourirt Kasbah and the Atlas Film Studios before settling into your hotel.

Day 11: Ouarzazate to Agadir via Taroudant

Depart Ouarzazate and travel through the stunning Atlas Mountains to Taroudant, often referred to as "Little Marrakech." Explore the city’s vibrant souks and impressive city walls. Continue to Agadir, a modern coastal city known for its beautiful beaches and resorts. Spend the evening relaxing by the beach or exploring Agadir’s lively nightlife.

Day 12: Agadir - Essaouira

Follow the scenic Atlantic Coast to Essaouira, a charming coastal city with a rich history. Explore the medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the bustling harbor. Wander through the narrow streets lined with whitewashed buildings, blue shutters, and vibrant markets. Enjoy fresh seafood and relax on the beautiful beaches. Essaouira’s laid-back atmosphere makes it a perfect place to unwind.

Day 13: Essaouira - Marrakech

Spend the morning in Essaouira before heading to Marrakech. On the way, visit local argan oil cooperatives and learn about the production of this valuable oil. Arrive in Marrakech and start exploring its vibrant streets and markets. Visit the famous Jemaa el-Fnaa Square, where you’ll find a bustling mix of food stalls, entertainers, and traditional artisans. Spend the night in a traditional riad.

Day 14: Exploring Marrakech with Local Guide

Conclude your Moroccan adventure with a full day exploring Marrakech. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian Tombs, and the Bahia Palace. Wander through the vibrant souks, where you can shop for souvenirs, spices, and traditional crafts. Enjoy the lively atmosphere of Jemaa el-Fnaa Square, where you can sample delicious Moroccan cuisine and witness street performances. This final day offers a fitting end to your unforgettable 14 days Morocco itinerary.


  • Stay in comfortable accommodations, including traditional riads, modern hotels, and a luxury desert camp.
  • Travel in a comfortable, air-conditioned 4WD or minibus vehicle.
  • Enjoy the services of a driver who speaks English, Spanish, Italian, and French.
  • Pick Up and Drop Off: Convenient transfers from and to the airport, hotel, or riad.
  • Local Guides: Benefit from knowledgeable local guides at major sites.
  • Desert Dinners: Delight in dinners served in the magical Sahara Desert.
  • Daily Breakfasts: Start each day with a hearty breakfast.
  • Flight Tickets & Visa
  • Entrance Tickets to Monuments and Museums
  • Personal Expenses
  • Tips to Guide and Driver


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What should I pack for the 14 days Morocco tour?

Pack comfortable clothing, walking shoes, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a reusable water bottle, and layers for varying temperatures. Don’t forget your camera and any personal medications. A light jacket or sweater is advisable for the cooler evenings, especially in the desert and mountains.

Is this Morocco Itinerary 14 Days suitable for children and older travelers?

Yes, the tour is designed to be family-friendly and suitable for travelers of all ages. However, please inform us in advance if you have specific needs or require special accommodations.

How physically demanding is the tour?

The tour involves moderate physical activity, including walking tours in cities and towns, and a camel trek in the desert. Participants should be in reasonably good health and able to walk unassisted.

Can dietary restrictions be accommodated?

Yes, we can accommodate dietary restrictions such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and others. Please inform us of any dietary requirements when booking.

What type of accommodations are provided in this 14 Days Morocco Itinerary?

Accommodations include a mix of traditional riads, comfortable hotels, and a luxury desert camp. All accommodations are selected for their comfort, cleanliness, and local charm.

Is travel insurance included in the Morocco Itinerary 14 Days package?

Travel insurance is not included. We highly recommend purchasing comprehensive travel insurance that covers trip cancellations, medical expenses, and personal belongings.

What languages are the tours conducted in?

The tours are conducted in English. However, we can arrange for guides who speak other languages, such as French, Spanish, and upon request.

How do I obtain a visa for Morocco?

Citizens of many countries can enter Morocco without a visa for stays up to 90 days. Please check with the Moroccan consulate or embassy in your country for specific visa requirements.

What currency is used in Morocco, and can I use credit cards?

The Moroccan currency is the dirham (MAD). Credit cards are widely accepted in hotels, restaurants, and shops in larger cities, but it’s advisable to carry some cash, especially in rural areas and small towns.

How do I book the 14 Days Morocco Itinerary and what is the payment process?

You can book the tour through our website or by contacting our customer service. A deposit is required at the time of booking, with the balance due before the start of the tour. Payment can be made via credit card, bank transfer, or other secure payment methods.


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