Are you interested in a 15 days trip of Morocco beginning in Casablanca? The choice is yours
Enjoy some of Morocco’s most breathtaking sights on this amazing two-week vacation package. The “Morocco Travel 4×4” crew will be waiting to greet you at the Casablanca airport or the accommodation of your choice when your tour begins. During these two weeks, we will visit many interesting places, such as Rabat, Chefchaouen, Fez, the Moroccan desert, Marrakech, Essaouira, and many more beautiful places. No trip to Morocco is complete until you ride a camel. In addition to an exciting and unforgettable adventure, this classic attraction gives visitors a new angle on the breathtaking desert scenery. Experience the breathtaking beauty of Morocco from north to south on this 15-day vacation departing from Casablanca.
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Day 1: Arrival to Casablanca (Hassan II Mosque)
Your 15-day trip to Morocco begins today from Casablanca. When you land at Casablanca’s Mohammad V airport, our team will be there to meet you. After that, we’ll be brought you to the hotel. During your leisure time, you are free to explore the city and the Atlantic Ocean. Overnight in Casablanca.
(Just a reminder: if you want to start the trip directly from the airport or your hotel and make it a 14-day tour, you can skip this day.)
Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Chefchaouen (blue city)
We will start our exploration of Casablanca, often known as the commercial center of Morocco, once we have had our breakfast.During our trip, we will go to Hassan 2, which is the second biggest mosque in the world and is considered to be one of the greatest achievements of Moroccan architecture. Due to the fact that it is situated on the verge of the ocean, it is an excellent monument to see. Next, we will go to the palace of Mohamed V, where we will conduct an exploration.
The following stop on the road trip is Rabat, which is the capital city of Morocco. You will be able to observe the recently constructed Hassan Tower in this lovely city. Following that is the Ordains Kasbah, a fort that dates back to the 11th century and was constructed in the Andalusian style. Next, we will go along the picturesque roads of Riff communities in order to investigate the rituals and customs that are associated with them. We will get at Chefchaouen by the afternoon, and once we do, we will take in the amazing beauty of the town. A night spent in a Riad in the neighborhood.
Day 3: Travel to Fes via Volubilis and Meknes from Chefchaouen
You will go on a relaxing private travel to Fes, during which you will make a few stops that are of interest. First, take a stroll around the enormous Roman complex that is located in Volubilis. While there, you will see temples, vibrant mosaics, and huge merchant villas that have heating systems that are visible. After that, go to Meknes, the royal city of Sultan Moulay Ismail, and take a walk around the medina situated inside its confines. In addition to the city’s dispersed souks, you can also see the architecture of the Marinid period at the Bou Inania Madrasa, which dates back to the 14th century, and the exquisite palace of Dar Jamaï, which dates back to the 19th century.
It is your last destination, Fes. Before you relax into your traditional riad lodging, take a drive up to the Marinid Tombs, which is an ancient monument perched on top of a hill and offers a breathtaking view of the old city. There is a possibility that leather is drying out in the sun on the slope below. Next, make your way into the lively medina and take pleasure in exploring the picturesque streets of Fes when you get there. Next, make your way back to your riad for a meal and some rest and leisure.
Day 4 : Fes sigthseeing :
After breakfast in your riad, you will begin your journey to Fes, the city that is considered to be the spiritual center of Morocco.You will be awestruck by the one-of-a-kind qualities of the location as you wander through its busy souks, gigantic alleys, and ancient landmarks. Immediately after this, we will go on our way to investigate the magnificent Royal Palace gate that is situated between the new and the ancient Fes.
Following that, we will go to a number of additional institutions of cultural and historical significance, including the well-known Al Qaraouine University, the Tanneries, and the Attarine museum.
When lunch is over, you will make your way to Fes El Bali, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, to tour the area. In this unusual location, you will get the opportunity to explore its winding passageways and other landmarks, such as Babb Boujloud, which is the main entrance of the medina. The city of Fes el Bali is a wonderland for local handicrafts, with vibrant Moroccan designs, leatherwork, metallurgy, and other forms of handicraft making. When the afternoon arrives, we will go to the new city to have a drink there. Spend the night at a hotels or riads.
Day 5: Travel to Merzouga via the Middle Atlas, Midelt & Erfoud
After breakfast, we will depart from Fes in order to explore the high Atlas Mountains, which are not only the most fascinating and stunning natural areas in Morocco but also serve as a historical and physical barrier between the northern region and the pre-Saharan region. Ifran, sometimes known as the Switzerland of Morocco, will be our first point of departure.
Our road trip continues along the trailing edge of the Cedar Forest to Azrou, a city situated on a high slope that is surrounded by a variety of trees that lead to the famous cedar forests that are home to endangered Barbary monkeys. The Ziz Gorges provide a rocky passageway to the Tafilalt oasis, which may be reached by passing via Tizi Ntalghamtt. When we get to Errachidia, you will have lunch and then go on to experience the hospitality of the Berbers. After that, Erfoud and Rissani made a halt along the road of Ziz Valley to take in the breathtaking scenery around them. After the arrival in Merzouga. There will be a glass of mint waiting for you when you arrive at our riad. It’s time to kick back, relax, and take in the sights and sounds of the desert, the riad, and the vista. Stay in your Berber tent for the night.
Day 6: Desert Safari Adventures around Merzouga
We are going to get up early in the morning in order to see the sunrise, and then we are going to go back to the Camp to have breakfast.Our way of life will be seen by you now.
To reach the nomadic repository, which is located in the town of KHAMLIA, we will go all the way around the dunes by means of the oasis of MERZOUGA. Your trip to the Daar (home) Gnawa will allow you to experience their music as well as their way of life. We will proceed to the lake of Merzouga, which is also home to the stunning flamingo bird, which is not too far away. After that, you will make your way toward Rissani-Sijilmassa, which is a city steeped in history and is the birthplace of a significant number of Moroccan rulers. In addition to that, it served as the gathering spot for the African caravans. As you make your way around the souk, you will look at vendors selling spices, veggies, and clothing.
You will ride your camel, accompanied by an experienced camel guy, in order to discover the enigmatic sand-dunes of the Erg-Chebbi. This will take place after you have been welcomed with a nomadic mint tea.
In your nomad tents, you will have sufficient time to relax and take in the breathtaking view of the sun setting over the golden sand dunes. Last but not least, you will have supper before arriving to the camp, where you will either spend your second night tenting or sleeping outside beneath the stars. It is important to bear in mind that we are able to send Berber nomad musicians to perform traditional drum music and dance around the campfire if you wish it. Our campground provides you with comfort by providing western-style restrooms and showers for your convenience.
Day 7: travel to Dades Valley from Merzouga to Todra gorge :
We are going to stay up until the first rays of the dawn appear in order to see the sunrise over the breathtaking and peaceful sand dunes. At this very moment, you will have one of the most memorable memories of the time you spent in Morocco!
Following the completion of our breakfast, we will make our way back to the city of Merzouga and continue with our trip to Dades. While we are traveling, we will go via Rissani, which is home to “The fossil factory,” a place where you can see the many fossils that are abundant in this area. We will make a halt for a panoramic photograph in the heart of a vast palm oasis that is located close to the charming town of Tinghir after around three hours have passed. Following that, we will go to the well-known Todra canyon, where we will have a stroll around the canyon on foot and then eat lunch at a restaurant in the area. As we continue on our trip, we will proceed via the wonderful hamlet of Dades. Overnight in Dades.
Day 8 : Dades Valley- Kasbah Ameridil – Ouarzazate- Kasbah Taourirt:
Shortly after the completion of our breakfast at the hotel, we will embark on an adventure through The Dades Valley, a captivating section of the well-known Road of a Thousand Kasbahs. We are going to make a stop at Kalaa-Mgouna, also known as “the rose city,” which is well-known for its annual rose festival. Here, we will acquire rosewater as well as a variety of cosmetics that are produced locally.
Proceeding further to Skoura and the bird’s valley, the most notable characteristics of this region are the mud brick Kasbahs, particularly the Kasbah of Ameridil, which is one of the best preserved Kasbahs in this whole region. Your lunch will be served at a restaurant that overlooks the whole valley, and it will come after you have finished trekking throughout the valley. Ouarzazate, sometimes known as “the Hollywood of Africa,” is the next stop on the journey. The region’s geology and breathtaking vistas have drawn a large number of film producers from throughout the globe. In this location, you have the option of going to the studios, which are filled with items that have been used in movies that you may have previously seen, such as Gladiator and The Mummy.
You will get the opportunity to see the Kasbah of Taourirt, which has been used as a setting in Hollywood films such as Sheltering Sky, Gladiator, and Prince of Persia. Spending the night at our Riad.
Day 9: Depart for Marrakech via Ait Ben Haddou – Tizi n’Tichka – Telouet Kasbah – Great Landscape of Berber villages:
The experience of waking up in the midst of the desert and seeing the colors of the city change as the day progresses is very invigorating; after breakfast, we will descend into the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, which is protected by UNESCO and is considered to be one of the most magnificent Kasbahs in this region. Before continuing on to Marrakech over the Tizin’tichka pass, the Kasbah offers breathtaking views of the palm trees that are located in the surrounding area.First, we will make a stop to see the town of Telouet and its old Kasbah, which dates back to the 17th century. After that, we will continue our exploration of the tIzin’tichka route, particularly its outstanding panorama of Berber settlements. In the afternoon, while you are in Marrakech, you will have the opportunity to have some free time to roam around Djema El-Fna, where you can take in its allure and enjoy your beverages while taking in the view from roof restaurants. We are going to spend the night in the riad that we have in Marrakech. Overnight in Marrakech.
Day 10: Half-Day of Guided Sightseeing in Marrakech
A tour of Marrakech, often known as the “Red City,” will allow you to experience the sights, sounds, and scents of the city while being accompanied by a local guide. Beginning with Jemaa el-Fna Square, take a trip to several of the most popular souks in the area. Located at Souk el Attarine, you will discover the world-famous spice towers, and Souk Smata is where you can buy traditional Moroccan slippers. Blacksmith wares like as brass, silver, and other items may be found in Souk Haddadine. It is important to make sure that you do not miss the Souk des Teinturiers, where you may see natives dying and hanging yarn and textiles.
Your tour will take you to the Bahia Palace, which dates back to the 19th century. Have fun taking a leisurely walk around the verdant grounds of the courtyard and enjoying the breathtaking interiors, which have elaborate woodwork and ceilings that are embellished with ornamentation. Next, go to the Koutoubia Mosque, which is the biggest mosque in the city. Last but not least, make your way to the Menara Gardens, which date back to the 12th century, by leaving the old town. After you have finished your tour, you should spend the afternoon exploring one of the most unique places in Marrakech, which is known as Le Jardin Secret (The Secret Garden). This palace complex dates back to the 19th century and features traditional architecture as well as a wide variety of exotic plants.
Day 11: Marrakech free day, go to hammam :
The combination of cultural immersion and personal discovery that may be experienced on a free day in Marrakech is quite amazing. Through participation in a hands-on cooking class (extra fee if you book this activity), you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the opulent tastes of Moroccan cuisine. You will learn how to produce classic meals that are laced with fragrant spices. After you have finished your gastronomic journey, you should treat yourself to a revitalizing experience at a local hammam. Here, you will be immersed in the traditional Moroccan custom of communal bathing and relaxation. Following the conclusion of the pampering session, the day will unfold with a significant amount of free time for you to explore the lively streets of Marrakech at your own leisure. Take a stroll through the crowded souks, take in the architectural marvels of the Medina, and take in the vibrant atmosphere of Jemaa el-Fna plaza. The day is yours to experience the fascinating appeal of Marrakech on your own terms, whether you prefer to get lost in the labyrinthine passageways or sip a cup of mint tea at a beautiful café. The choice is yours.
Day 12: Travel to the Coast and Explore Essaouira
As you go from the Red City, you will make your way to the west coast of Morocco, following a path that passes over large plains that are undulating. Pass through an argan tree forest, which is unique to this region of the globe, as you make your way through the woodland. To add insult to injury, you could even see goats munching on the argan fruit while perched amid the tree branches.
You will arrive at the tranquil port city of Essaouira, which is a pleasant contrast to the hectic metropolis of Marrakesh, and you will have the remainder of the day to do anything you choose. Walk down the shore along the Skala de la Kasbah, which are coastal walls that date back to the 18th century. The walls are lined with historic brass cannons that were designed by European engineers. These guns provide access to the view over the Atlantic Ocean. After you have finished exploring the UNESCO-listed medina, make your way to the beach that is surrounded by wind. Then, make your way back to Essaouira and have a lunch consisting of seafood that was fished fresh.
Day 13: Guided Sightseeing Tour of Essaouira
Get to know the beautiful and ancient Essaouira with the aid of a knowledgeable local guide. Within the medina walls, under the clock tower, is where your journey will begin. Take in the vibrant souks, street merchants, verdant plazas, and whitewashed buildings with intricate wooden doors as you wind your way through the 75 acres (30 hectares) of the medina. Moulay Hassan area, the heart of the city, is eventually reached by following these streets. The area is surrounded by hotels and restaurants. You may see fishermen repairing nets, making fishing boats by hand, and baiting fishing lines in the nearby port. The Castelo Real of Mogador, a Portuguese fortress from the 16th century, and the Skala de la Kasbah, a defensive construction, are also part of your itinerary.
Haim Pinto Synagogue, a religious and historical institution that dates back to the early 18th century, will be your next visit as you delve into the city’s Jewish past. Take in the rich history of Essaouira’s Jewish communities as you stroll through the Mellah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Jewish District. Marvel at the intricate door paintings and carved insignia. The other two synagogues that have been preserved are Slat Attia and Slat Lkahal Mogador. By the conclusion of the excursion, you will be dropped off at Essaouira Beach by your guide. Soak up some rays as you go down the beach and keep an eye out for surfers in the distance.
Day 14: Transfer to Casablanca from Essaouira
Our trip today will take us from Essaouira to Casablanca, “the commercial center of Morocco,” along the seaside route, where we may stop to take in the scenery. Our route will take us via Safi, a world-renowned fishing city, and on to Oualida, a charming destination known for its delectable seafood. El Jadida, formerly known as Mazagan, is an old medina that the Portuguese founded in 1513; after lunch, we will proceed to Casablanca along this route. Before heading to Place Mohamed V. in Casablanca, be sure to stop at Hassan 2, the world’s second-largest mosque, and marvel at its perch on the edge of a rocky harbor, high above the ocean. Our last stop is at your riad or hotel, where you will spend the night.
Day 15: Depart Casablanca
Transfer to Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport (CMN) in a luxurious private car from your Casablanca hotel (or an agreed upon meeting spot). It is around a 45-minute trip. Make sure you get to the airport plenty of time before your trip with the help of your driver. I hope you return home safely or reach your next location in comfort.