Morocco 2 week itinerary from Casablanca
Morocco 2 week itinerary from Casablanca info:
Morocco 2 week itinerary from Casablanca overview:
Having started from Casablanca, this Morocco 2 week itinerary to Merzouga, Marrakech is our most booked desert tour. During the tour, you will visit the blue city of Chefchaouen as well as the mystical and sacred city of Fez. Also, visit the Sahara Desert of Morocco. Not to mention, that you won’t spend much time in the car.
You will have a fantastic time touring the desert and Merzouga, and you will not be tired at all. The scenery shifts drastically. Starting with Marrakech’s lush Haouz planes and the high Atlas Mountains, the journey continues through oases and valleys, mountainous, and the incredible Erg Chebbi sand dunes.
Just remember to carry your camera because you’ll see sights that you’ve never seen before, sights that you couldn’t even imagine in your wildest dreams!
Morocco 2 week itinerary from Casablanca note:
You can choose your Morocco 2 week itinerary according to your needs and according to your budget. As we can change and design a trip in your way, just get in touch with us.
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Morocco 2 week from Casablanca Itinerary:
Day 1: Arrival at Casablanca Airport:
Arrival at Casablanca International Airport. Your tour guide will greet you and accompany you to your hotel (depending on arrival time). Dinner and a night in Casablanca city center.
Day 2: Casablanca – El Jadida – Essaouira:
On the second day of ur Morocco 2 week itinerary, we’ll travel along the coast from Casablanca, Morocco’s “Commercial Center,” to Essaouira, admiring the scenery. We’ll travel via El Jadida. The latter is an ancient medina established by the Portuguese in 1513.
We’ll continue our journey to Oualida, where you can savor delectable seafood in this beautiful setting. We drive to Essaouira after lunch, going via Safi. We will arrive in Essaouira in the evening and stay in a hotel for dinner and the night.
Day 3: Essaouira – Marrakech:
You will spend the morning exploring the port of Essaouira, a coastal destination. You can visit a women-run Argan oil factory and hear about the production process. In the medina, you’ll have a meal of new seafood.
The afternoon is yours to do whatever you want, including swimming and relaxing on the sand. We’ll leave in the afternoon for our next stop, Marrakech (It is also known as the red city). Stay in a Riad or a hotel for the night.
Day 4: Marrakech city tour:
The 4th day of our Morocco 2 week itinerary from Casablanca is devoted to a visit to Marrakech, the southern imperial capital. The Koutoubia Mosque will be visited. Also, will explore the Majorelle Garden. Not to mention, the Saadian Tombs. All of which are adorned with colorful mosaics. As we will see the Bahia Palace with its exquisite architecture. We’ll take a break for lunch.
You will have time in the afternoon to visit the fascinating souks and alleyways around Djemaa el-Fna square. Snake charmers, rappers, acrobats, actors, storytellers, and storytellers – switching from one party to the next – will entertain you throughout the evening. You’ll have a delicious meal and spend the night in a hotel or Riad.
Day 5: Marrakech – Tizi N'Tichka – Telouet – Kasbah of Aït Benhaddou – Ourzazate:
We’ll take the Tizi-n-Tichka pass to get to At Ben Haddou (2260m). Stopping along the way to take photos and take in the panoramic views of the High Atlas Mountains and the Berber villages that line the route. You will join Telouet’s Kasbah and take a break for lunch.
Later, when we travel to the village of At Ben Haddou, we will stop at the exotic Kasbah that bears the same name. This Kasbah, situated on a big hill overlooking the Auod Ounila River. The castle is well-known for its appearance in films such as The Jewel of the Nile. Also, Lawrence of Arabia, The Mummy, and Gladiator.
From the top of the slope, we’ll see the sunset. We’ll have dinner and stay in a cabin or hotel for the night.
Day 6: Ouarzazate – Skoura – El-Kelâa M'Gouna – Dades Valley:
On the 6th day of our morocco 2-week itinerary, today we will be visiting the Atlas Film Studios. Also, the Kasbah of Taourirt. The latter was founded by the Glaoui dynasty. Continuing our trip, we will stop at the amazing Kasbah of Amerhidil, which is situated in the oasis of Skoura and offers a breathtaking view of the vast palm grove and the Atlas Mountains.
We’ll have lunch at El Kelaa M’Gouna (Valley of the Roses), our next stop. We’ll carry on to Boumalne Dades du later. In the Dades Gorges, stay in a hotel for dinner and the night.
Day 7: Dades valley – Boumalne – Tinghir – Todra Gorges – Tinjdad – Erfoud – Merzouga desert:
Departure from the hotel after breakfast for Tinghir. Then the Todra Gorges. You’ll be able to take in a panoramic view of the river if you like to. Continue along the riverbank path until you enter the gorges. Here, you can stop for lunch. We’ll take a stroll around this beautiful area on foot. As taking in the views of the high rock walls.
We’ll go on to Merzouga via Tinjdad and Erfoud. We can visit one of the marble fossil bearers in Erfoud. We’ll then proceed to your Hotel, which is situated at the base of Erg Chebbi’s orange dunes.
You will be taken on an unforgettable camel ride across the desert dunes. At the Sahara desert, we will spend the night. As we will enjoy the evening, dinner under the stars. Not to mention sleeping in a nomad Berber tent.
Day 8: Touring in Merzouga desert:
On the Eighth day from our Morocco two weeks itinerary from Casablanca, you will rise early to see the sunrise. Then eat breakfast before returning by camel to your hotel. Here you will have a hot shower and prepare for your Erg Chebbi dunes tour. This excursion will allow you to explore the desert surroundings. It includes visiting Khamlia villages, and a nomadic family. We’ll then head to the hotel for lunch and some rest. As we will stop for some panoramic views on our way.
The afternoon is free. Maybe you’d like to take a camel ride to watch the sunset. At the cabin, you’ll have dinner and spend the night.
Day 9:Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Errachidia – Ziz Gorges – Midelt:
After breakfast, we will drive to Zawiya Moulay Ali ash-Sharif. Here you will have the chance to explore the Souk (local market). Also, see the fondouks where the donkeys congregate. After that, we’ll press on to Errachidia, going via Erfoud on the way. The panoramic view of the Aoufous oasis is our next stop. We’ll later travel via Errachidia. The latter is known as the military zone.
As a result of the various garrisons, We’ll be able to take pictures at the Hassan Adakhil Dam. Then, down the Ziz canal. You’ll be treated to stunning views of the Ksours and Ziz gorges. As well as passing through the legionnaire’s tunnel (Zaabal). You will continue driving through the Middle Atlas. As we will be crossing the high atlas, with 1907m high in the Tizi N’Talghom pass.
Day 10: Midelt – Cedar forest in Azrou – Ifrane – Fez:
On the tenth day from our Morocco 2 week itinerary from Casablanca, after breakfast. Firstly, we will take in the breathtaking views of the Jebel Aachi mountain range with its snow-capped peaks. You will depart from Midelt and travel to Azrou. Here you will have lunch and have the opportunity to explore this Berber city. Later, you’ll have the chance to see the ancient tree (Cedre Gouraud, 800 years old). Also, you will see some monkeys in the cedar forest.
From here, we’ll travel to Ifrane. It is known as “Morocco’s Switzerland.” You will see the stone lion and will be able to photograph him. Our journey to Fez will proceed via Imouzar Kandar. We’ll arrive in Fez. Here you will have dinner and stay in a Riad at the center of the Madina.
Day 11: Fes guided tour:
After breakfast. First of all, we’ll go on a tour of Fez. The last mentioned is Morocco’s royal capital. The medieval medina (old city), with its ramparts and narrow streets, was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. The remains of the 16th century Merinid tombs will be visible.
The Merinids founded the Medersas of Bouanania and Attarine in the 14th century. As well as the Karaouine Mosque. The old Islamic educational center of learning. As well as the Nejjarine marble fountain. Today you will have lunch in a restaurant in the Madina.
Continue your tour to see Bab Boujeloud’s painted entrance, medieval tanneries. Also, the Royal Palace. Then you’ll go to the souks (local markets), where traders and artisans sell their handcrafted jewelry, leather goods, copperware, and other products.
Day 12: Fes – Meknes city – Volubilis – Ouazzan – Chefchaouen city:
On the twelfth day from our Morocco 2 week itinerary, we will head to the nearby city of Meknes. It is Morocco’s third imperial city, with its iconic entrance, after breakfast. Meknes is regarded as “Morocco’s Versailles.” Bab El Khamis and Bab El Mansour, two of the most magnificent gates, will be explored. Continue your sightseeing guided tour by paying a visit to Moulay Ismail’s Mausoleum.
Later, you’ll go to the village of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun. The latter is a Moroccan pilgrimage site. You’ll have plenty of time for lunch. After that, you’ll see the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. We’ll carry on to Ouezzane through the Rif Mountains, taking in the views of the lush olive plains along the way. Chefchaouen is a mountain town that you can admire. Overnight stay and dinner in a riad.
Day 13: Touring in Chefchaoun:
You’ll spend the day in the Rif Mountains. Exactly, in the charming city of Chefchaouen. It is known for its brilliant blue houses. When strolling through the medina’s narrow cobblestone streets and walls, you’ll find that most men wear woolen djellabas and women wear colorful straw hats. Lunch at a nearby eatery.
We’ll be enthralled by the panoramic view of the valley and settlement. You will have time to browse the shops selling local handicrafts such as wool dresses. Not to mention, handmade blankets in the medina’s main square. In Chefchaouen, spend the night at the same riad.
Day 14: Chefchaouen – Ouezzane – Souk Arbaa – Kenitra – Rabat – Casablanca:
On the Fourteenth day from our Morocco 2 week itinerary, we’ll leave early in the morning and travel to Rabat via Ouezzane. As we will pass by Souk El Arbaa, and Kenitra. For lunch, we’ll stop in Kenitra. We’ll continue to Rabat, where we’ll take a panoramic tour of Morocco’s administrative capital. We’ll see the Royal Palace, Mohamed V’s Mausoleum. Also, the Hassan Tower, the minaret of the Almohad ruler Yaacoub al-unfinished Mansour’s mosque.
We may also go to the Kasbah des Oudaias. The latter is a collection of white houses with blue painted parapets on the Atlantic coast. Finally, we’ll carry on our trip to Casablanca, our final destination. We’re going to the hotel for dinner and the night.
Day 15: Casablanca to the Airport:
On the last day of our Morocco 2 week itinerary, Depending on the time of your flight, you will be transferred to the airport after breakfast.