14 Days Morocco Trip From Marrakech

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• 17 years of experience and knowledge of Morocco
• Experts in the areas of Morocco and desert wilderness areas
• Native guides
• Private guides
• Group and custom
• Available 24 hours
• Highly trained professional collaborators.

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Program Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech »Transfer to your accommodation:

Upon arrival in Marrakech, you will be met and transferred to your hotel/Riad. Relax and settle in. Night in Marrakech.

Day 2: Guided sightseeing tour in Marrakech with a local guide:

Explore the famous city of Marrakech, Morocco’s “pearl of the south” and the second oldest imperial city, which for centuries has been an important stop for merchants and travelers. Your tour will include the Menara Gardens, the famous Majorelle Garden, the Bahia Palace and the Saadian Tombs.

Visit the Koutoubia Mosque, with its 77m-high minaret dominating the center of Marrakech. Continue to one of the attractions in central Marrakech; Djemaa el-Fna, the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is one of the main cultural spaces of Marrakech. Relax at one of the many cafes surrounding the square to take in all the views. Continue and explore the varied and colorful souks. Night in Marrakech.

Day 3: Marrakech » Essaouira [202 km]:

Leaving Marrakech towards the coastal city of Essaouira. A relaxing walk lined with argan oil cooperatives will take you to this UNESCO World Heritage city.

The windswept fishing port, with wide beaches and an old walled medina with walls built into the cliffs, has long been a popular destination. With its relaxed atmosphere, admire the small but lively medina, stroll along the walls or the beach, or visit the port to see the daily catch.

The Gnaoua Music Festival is held in Essaouira in June. We will spend the night in Essaouira, in a local riad. The first night of our 14 day trip to Morocco from Marrakech outside of Marrakech.

Day 4: Essaouira » Safi » Oualidia [205 km]:

Departure from Essaouira towards Oualidia. Stop in Safi, a town formerly occupied by the Portuguese. Famous as the center of sardine exports, Safi is perhaps best known for its pottery.

Arrive and relax in Oualidia, a small coastal town with a sheltered lagoon, estuary and the wild Atlantic Ocean on your doorstep.

Walking, bird watching (Oualidia is located in the center of Morocco’s richest bird habitat, especially in spring and autumn), fishing, swimming, kayaking, kitesurfing and surfing are just some of the activities you can enjoy in Oualidia. Night in Oualidia.

Day 5: Oualidia » El Jadida » Casablanca » Rabat [288 km]:

Depart Oualidia for Rabat and continue your journey along the Atlantic coast. Pass through El Jadida, a small port town, formerly controlled by the Portuguese, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site; and stop in Casablanca to visit Place Mohammed V and the impressive Hassan II Mosque.

Explore the Imperial City of Rabat, including the Mechouar (the walls and ramparts surrounding the Royal Palace), the majestic Mausoleum of Mohammed V, the Hassan Tower and the Kasbah of Oudaya, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and offering fabulous views, as well as be your home. to the galleries of Moroccan artisans. Night in Rabat.

Day 6: Rabat » Asilah » Tangier [251 km]:

Continuing with our 14-day trip to Morocco from Marrakech. Depart Rabat towards Tangier on the stunning coastal road. Visit Asilah, a beautiful coastal town with its whitewashed houses, blue walls and doors, and many murals. Tangier, the gateway to Africa from Europe, has always been an international melting pot.

Take a tour of Tangier and explore the bustling medina and surroundings of the city, and enjoy the stunning view where the Mediterranean and Atlantic oceans meet. Night in Tangier.

Day 7: Tangier » Chefchaouen [112 km]:

Depart Tangier for the charming mountain town of Chefchaouen, passing through the green valleys of the Rif Mountains.

Chefchaouen is famous for its vivid blue-washed houses and is very popular with tourists and Moroccans alike, especially in the hot summer months.

Explore Chefchaouen, with its winding alleys and narrow alleys home to numerous souks offering cuisine and crafts such as woolen items, intricate embroidery and goat cheese; all native to the north and not found anywhere else in Morocco.

Relax in the plaza, visit a local farm, or walk through the nearby parks. Night in Chefchaouen.

Day 8: Chefchaouen » Volubilis » Meknes » Fes [202 km]:

After your breakfast at the riad, our authentic journey will begin a panoramic drive that will take us from the top of the Rif Mountains through the fertile agricultural hills to the Roman ruins of Volubilis, an open-air museum.

Volubilis is not as spectacular as the Roman sites on the Mediterranean edge, but it is still a relaxing way to see an important part of Moroccan history.

We’ll head to Meknes, the fourth of Morocco’s imperial cities and a 17th-century heritage site, where we’ll stop for lunch and hang out around the massive historic walls of the medina. After the launch, we took a look at Bab el Mansour and enjoyed a visit to the Moulay Ismail shrine.

After the visit to Meknes, we will head directly to the city of Fez, where you will spend the night.

Day 9: Sightseeing tour in Fes accompanied by an official local guide:

Today, we will enjoy everything that Fes has to offer by taking a guided tour of the city of Fes.

Fes is the largest and oldest medieval city in the world. Its medina is a heady mix of aromas, sounds and sights.

To navigate, follow one of the five themed tourist circuits. There are many mosques and palaces to visit, but keep in mind that only Muslims are allowed to enter mosques in Morocco.

After exploring dry cleaners, tanneries, and restaurants, we returned to our hotel to prepare for an optional evening of entertainment and Moroccan food at a restaurant in town.

Day 10: Fes » Ifrane » Azrou » Ziz Gorges » Erfoud » Merzouga [460 km]:

After breakfast, we will embark on a picturesque journey through the Moyen Atlas towards Ifrane, through hills covered in forests of cork oaks and giant cedars, home to some Barbary monkeys.

Crossing beautiful and peaceful passes over the Middle and High Atlas mountain ranges, we will catch our first glimpse of the incredible architecture of the south. Lunch at Midelt approached across a desolate plain of scrub and desert.

The spectacular peaks of the High Atlas, rising behind the city, provide a spectacular backdrop. Crossing Tizi-n-Talremt (She-Camel Pass), we will descend to a desert plain along the Ziz Valley.

We will then head south towards Erfoud and Rissani, a huge oasis containing more than six million palm trees, bordered by many ksour (fortified villages).

Continuing along a surprising route that marks the transition to the desert, we will travel to your incredible Kasbah hotel on the edge of the golden sand dunes, we relax by the pool, in the evening you will encounter a live show by a blues band from the desert.

Day 11: Merzouga » Visit the nomadic families and other sites in Erg Chebbi:

Wake up to a desert sunrise and then return to the hotel by camel. You will then have the opportunity to freshen up with a shower and enjoy breakfast.

After breakfast, relax for an hour or two, then take a 4WD off-road dune tour through Merzouga oasis, nomadic reservoir, Khamlia village to visit the village of the dark-skinned Gnawa people, originally slaves brought from black Africa, to listen to their spiritual music, then continue meeting the desert nomads in their tents and discover a new meaning of life.

Not far away is Lake Merzouga, with its bird populations, you will depart towards Rissani. Once called Sijilmassa, this was the meeting place for salt caravans, coming from Timbuktu in Mali. Here you will walk through the souk, selling spices, vegetables and clothes.

After the pizza lunch in Rissani, we return to our Kasbah, we will be welcomed with a glass of tea, we will have time to relax and then we prepare to ride a camel through the pink sands of the highest dunes in Morocco.

We will have time to walk through the dunes before sunset. Dinner is served, followed by traditional music and the night in a nomadic tent.

Day 12: Merzouga » Todra Gorges » Dades Valley [255 km]:

Leaving the desert, we headed to Todra Gorge. This 1,000-foot gorge is surrounded on all sides by vertical limestone cliffs and is called the Grand Canyon of Morocco.

There is time to explore the gorge today, from its depths to dizzying heights. The charm of Todra lies in its changing colors as the sun slowly moves from east to west. We spent the night at the impressive Dades.

Day 13: Dades » Ouarzazate » Ait Ben Haddou » Marrakech [326 km]:

After breakfast, we will drive through the villages of this charming area, passing through fields cultivated by Berber women, with the peaks of the High Atlas as a backdrop.

Our journey will continue towards Ouarzazate, heading off the road along the track to visit the Berber nomads in their caves and have a glass of tea with them. From here, we will continue through the Valley of Roses, famous for its Rose Festival in May, and pass the kasbahs of Skoura.

After a visit to the Ouarzazate film museum, “Hollywood of Morocco”, we will cross the riverbed to visit Ait Benhaddou. You will have the opportunity to explore some of the ruined buildings and climb to the top of the hill where Agadir (grain warehouse) offers spectacular views over the town and surrounding countryside.

You can also enter one of the houses and share a glass of mint tea with some of the residents to better understand how they live their lives. In the afternoon, you will drive north through the High Atlas Mountains.

The road, completed by the Foreign Legion in 1936, ends above the Tizi-n-Tichka Pass (2,260m) and offers stunning views of the mountains before descending through Berber villages to the plain surrounding Marrakech.

Even today, the name Marrakech conjures up images of scenes from the Arabian Nights: alleys, souks, stalls and markets. This remarkable city, dating back to the 11th century, never fails to satisfy the curiosity of adventurous travelers.

The elegant architecture of the famous Koutoubia Minaret dominates the skyline.

Day 14: Free Marrakech – Transfer to the airport:

Today we will try to make the most of our time as much as we can, stroll through the souks of Marrakech to get some souvenirs for friends…, then transfer to Marrakech Menara airport for your departure flight. End of our 14-day trip to Morocco from Marrakech.

What is included?

– Pick up and return to the airport / hotel.
– Private transportation by 4×4 A/C vehicle.
– Driver who speaks his language.
– Breakfast during the tour.
– Dinner during the tour.
– Riads / hotels during the tour.
– Camel trek in the desert / desert tent.
– Local guide / private guide.
– Sandboarding in the dunes.
– Excursion through the sahara desert and its dunes in dromedary (one dromedary per person).
– Luxury camp in the desert of Merzouga.

What is not included?

– Lunches during the tour.
– Plane ticket to and from Morocco.
– Personal expenses and tips.
– Tickets to museums and monuments.

About Us

Viajes Tours Marruecos is a local and established tour company with reasonable prices, has established itself as a tour company based in the desert palm oasis city of Merzouga and the imperial city of Fez.


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