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 14 Days Tour From Casablanca

Casablanca Tours 14 Days For others, having to take a long-haul trip to Morocco travel for a once-in-a-lifetime chance that may never be repeated, and taking full advantage of it to organize a Grand Tour of Morocco, is a must. A 14 Days Tour From Casablanca is required. If you fall into this group, this Morocco trip is for you. If not, you may check out our Morocco Private tours. Join us for the great Grand Tour Of Morocco 14 Days , where you will have the chance to see beautiful Morocco with all of its amazing towns, including the morocco imperial cities of Fez, Meknes, Rabat, and Marrakech, as well as the blue city of Chefchaouen. The Morocco Desert  Tour From Casablanca will also take you on an interesting excursion across the desert as well as surrounding landmarks and towns. We would be happy to arrange your vacation, so please join us right away.

Casablanca Tours 14 Days – detail:

  • Duration – 13 Nights and 14 Days.
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  • Enjoy amazing distance from Casablanca to the desert and is 440 km.
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14 Days Tour From Casablanca Things To Do:

  • Enjoy Morocco in 14 Days.
  • Marrakech Sightseeing.
  • Fez Sightseeing.
  • Atlas Mountains View – Tichka and telouate .
  • Ouarzazate Sightseeing – Ait Benhaddou kasbah and Ounila Valley.
  • Night in the desert Camp and Camel Trekking.
  • Let an experienced tour guide explain the glorious past of these cities.
  • Luxury Transportation on your whole tour.
  • luxury Sahara desert camp

 Private Casablanca Tour 14 Days –  Included:

  • Touring in a modern, air-conditioned vehicle.
  • An English-speaking driver/guide.
  • Accommodation.
  • Official guide’s fee in the imperial cities – Marrakech and Fez.
  • The camel trek and the overnight and Dinner at the desert camp.
  • ✓Sunset &Camel trekking in Erg Chebbi dunes
  • ✓Berber music at night around the fire under stars in Erg Chebbi luxury desert camp
  • ✓Sandboarding in Erg Chebbi dunes
  • ✓Pick up &Drop off

Casablanca Tours 14 Days- Not Included:

During the Morocco Desert  Tour From Casablanca you will need to :

  • pay for Lunches.
  • Drinks 
  • Tips.

Because this is your Morocco tour of a lifetime, we want to work with you to create something special. Use the form on this page to let Morocco travel holidays know what you want and receive your personal quote.

 Grand Tour Of Morocco 14 Days  Itinerary – Option 1:

Casablanca Tour 14 Days explores Morocco’s ancient sites while seeing the royal towns of Fes, Meknes, Rabat, Marrakesh, Ouarzazate, and more. We will also visit tiny towns like Ait Ben Haddou, Taroudant, and Essaouira. Furthermore, exploring the Moroccan Sahara desert will be a beautiful and memorable trip that includes camel riding, viewing the sunset and dawn, and strolling in the golden sand dunes. You will be very satisfied with our Private Casablanca Tour 14 Days.


DAY 1 | Casablanca – Rabat (1 hour drive).

When you arrive in Casablanca, you will be welcomed and greeted by your guide and driver. Travel to Rabat. Make your way to your riad. Dinner and an overnight stay


DAY 2 | Rabat sightseeing – Tangier (3 hours drive)

Today, you will visit Rabat, Morocco’s capital, and the king’s palace. Before lunch, explore the Shella Necropolis, Agdal Garnens, and Hassan Tower, which houses the sister King Mohammed V tomb. Transfer to Tangier in the afternoon. Dinner and a night’s stay at your hotel.


DAY 3 | Tangier sightseeing – Chaouen

This morning, you will visit Tangier, which has the northwest point of Africa known as Achakar, as well as the Hercules Caves, which tradition has it is where Hercules divided Africa from Europe. Return to Tangier’s Medina for a walk in the Grand Succo and a visit to the Mandoubia Park before enjoying lunch in one of the city’s famous cafés while your guide tells you about the adventures of some of the city’s most famous intellectuals, artists, and bohemian celebrities who frequented the city taking advantage of its international status until the 1960s. Drive over the Rif Mountains to the lovely Berber town of Chaouen in the afternoon. Dinner and a night’s stay at your Riad.


DAY 4 | Chaouen sightseeing – Fes (3 hours drive)

Spend the morning with your guide touring the lime-washed white alleys of Chaouen, which are alive with elegantly dressed people. After lunch, travel the Rif Mountains to Fes, where you will have dinner and spend the night at your Fes Riad.


DAY 5 | Fes sightseeing

Today, get on a time machine and let the labyrinthine alleys of Fes transport you back in time to the 7th century, where you can see Morocco’s oldest Medina, complete with Souks, palaces, mosques, Koranic schools, and Mellah (Jewish quarter).


DAY 6 | Meknes & Volubilis ( 2 hours drive )

Today, you’ll travel through extensive vineyard acreages on your way to Meknes. Another imperial city where you will see the tomb of Moulay Ismail, the founder of Meknes and one of Morocco’s finest Kings during the medieval period. A tour to the Royal Stables and the Meknes Gates will be included. Continue to the hillside hamlet of Moulay Driss after lunch, where the founder of the Moroccan empire is buried and one of the country’s most spiritual places is located. Continue to Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the biggest and best-preserved Roman site in Morocco, later in the day. Return to Fes in the late afternoon. Dinner and an overnight stay at your Fes Riad.


DAY 7 | Fes – Erfoud (7 hours drive)

You’ll be driving inland today, across the Middle Atlas Mountains. We pause for lunch in Midelt before continuing on to Erfoud through the Ziz Valley, passing through sky-scraping palm palms and walled towns. Dinner and an overnight stay at the Kasbah hotel.


DAY 8 | Erfoud – Erg Chebbi (1 hour drive).

After a well-deserved late breakfast, enjoy the morning at leisure before hopping in your 4X4 and exploring the surrounding Kasbahs, oasis, and sand dunes. Switch onto camels at Erg Chebbi for an hour camel ride across the color-changing Erg Chebbi sand dunes while watching the sunset. Arrive at your luxurious desert tent in the middle of nowhere just before nightfall. Dinner and an overnight stay in a luxury Sahara desert tent.


DAY 9 | Merzouga – Tinghir – Boumalne Dades – Ouarzazate (5 hours drive)

Sunrise is optional. Watch it first thing in the morning, before breakfast. Today, prepare to be wowed by one magnificent sight after another, including the hamlet of Tnighir with its oasis and canyons, where you will stop for lunch, Klaa Mgouna, renowned for its rose plantation, Dades Valley with its 1001 Kasbahs, and Skoura with its fascinating Amridil Kasbah museum. Arrive late in the afternoon at Ouarzazate. Dinner and overnight in Ouarzazate at a guest home or hotel.


DAY 10 | Ouarzazate – Marrakech (4 hours drive)

Today, we’ll go to Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its Kasbah, which has been utilized as a location in many Hollywood epics and as a background for worldwide fashion magazine photoshoots. Continue on to Marrakech through the High Atlas Mountains. The rest of the afternoon is free. Dinner and a night’s stay at your hotel.


DAY 11 | Marrakech sightseeing

Marrakech, formerly the capital of Southern Morocco, is an enticing oasis with a moderate temperature, unique charm, and interesting attractions. Your day trip will take you to the La Koutoubia Mosque, the Bahioa Palace, the Saadian tombs, the Marrakech museum, and the Ben Youssef Medersa. After lunch in the Medina, spend the afternoon around the colorful Souks, observing artisans at work on some stunning art items. Finish your tour of Marrakech Medina with a visit to Jamaa Elfna Square, an open-air theatre and restaurant bustling with storytellers, musicians, snake charmers, fire eaters, and food vendors. Dinner and a night’s stay at your hotel – If you want to eat somewhere other than your hotel, we can suggest several restaurants in Marrakech and reserve you a table.


DAY 12 | Marrakech sightseeing.

With Casablanca Tours 14 Days You get a Aamazing Guided tour in Marrakech ,After breakfast, take your horse-drawn carriage through Gueliz’s French district to Majorelle Gardens. No trip to Marrakech is complete without a visit to the magnificent Majorelle Gardens, which also houses a Berber arts museum. The rest of the day is free. Dinner and overnight at your hotel – If you choose to eat somewhere other than your hotel, we will gladly suggest a restaurant in Marrakech and reserve you a table.


DAY 13 | Marrakech – Casablanca

We’ll be driving to Casablanca today. When we arrive, we immediately go to the Legendary Hassan II Mosque for a formal visit. Explore the world’s third-biggest Mosque and see Moroccan architecture at its finest. Continue your tour of Casablanca after lunch at a beachfront café before checking into your accommodation. The rest of the afternoon is free. A farewell supper will be held tonight at Rick’s Café to relive the romance of Casablanca’s colonial Art Deco period from the 1940s.


DAY 14 | Departure

Spend the day at leisure before being transferred to Casablanca International Airport for your return journey.Our Casablanca Tours 14 days has come to an end.

Private Casablanca Tour 14 Days – Itinerary option 2:


Day 1: Casablanca - Rabat


Casablanca Tours 14 Days started With pick you up from Casablanca’s airport and begin our trip by seeing the Hassan II Mosque. It features the world’s highest minaret and is the third biggest mosque; it took 7 years to construct and can accommodate 25,000 people for prayer. With zellig mosaics, ornately carved cedar wood, polished marble, and glass, the workmanship is outstanding. We travel from Casablanca to Rabat, Morocco’s capital. The Hassan Tower and the Oudayas Kasbah may be seen from here. In the afternoon, you may check into your hotel in the center of the Medina.


Day 2: Rabat - Meknes - Volubilis - Fes


After breakfast, we’ll take the road to Fes, passing via Meknes and Volubilis. Meknes, Morocco’s Ismaili capital, is one of the country’s most important imperial cities. You will visit the renowned gate, Bab Mansour, as well as the Sahrij Swani Basin and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum. After lunch, we continue on to Volubilis, a formerly crucial and important Roman city founded in 25 B.C. Some of the ancient mosaics are still in extremely excellent condition, and excavation in this vast UNESCO site is currently continuing. We carry on to Fes through the slopes of the Rif Mountains after Volubilis. We will arrive in Fes in the late afternoon and check into our hotel in the center of the historic Medina.


Day 3: Exploring Fes


Today, with the assistance of a professional guide, you will explore Fes, Morocco’s oldest Imperial City, which was established in the eighth century by Moulay Idriss II. You will visit the Medina of Fes el-Bali, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage site for almost 30 years and has over 9000 streets in a car-free zone; it is a maze of mystery and fascination. The Attarine Koranic school, known as a Medersa, is one of the most magnificent in Fes; we will also visit Nejjarine and Moulay Idriss’ Mausoleum.

We will travel by the Quaraouiyine Mosque, which is part of the Quaraouiyine University, the world’s oldest, which was established in 880 by a woman.

After lunch, we’ll go to the Pottery Cooperative to see how the complex zellig tiles and hand-painted ceramics are produced. Following that, we will travel to El Borj, where you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the whole ancient Medina. We’ll go out for a drink in the afternoon in the new city.


Day 4: Fes - Ifrane - Azrou - Midelt


We’ll depart Fes after breakfast to begin our journey south. The trip from Fes provides an incredible immersion in the variety of Moroccan scenery. The route south leads you through the Middle Atlas Mountains, via Little Switzerland, to the alpine villages of Azrou and Ifrane, which are covered in snow during the winter, and finally to Midelt, where you will spend the night.


Day 5: Midelt - Errachidia - Ziz Valley - Merzouga


We will continue our trip to the Sahara Desert after breakfast. We’ll drive to Merzouga through Errachidia and Erfoud, passing over the magnificent Tizi n’Talghemt pass and the Ziz Gorge, with views of the High Atlas region. You’ll note how the landscape has changed and will continue to change as we approach closer to the desert. We’ll stop for lunch in Errachidia and experience some traditional Berber hospitality. Our journey south takes us through the beautiful Ziz Valley, where we will stop for photographs at a scenic overlook. As you pass through palm oasis and adobe settlements, you’ll realize you’ve entered another planet as the Sahara draws closer. When we arrive in Merzouga in the afternoon, we will be greeted with a drink of mint tea before settling into our accommodations.


Day 6: Merzouga and Sahara Discovery


After breakfast, we’ll go out in the 4×4 to explore the region, meet some of the people, and learn about various ways of life. The hamlet of Khamlia is populated by descendants of Sudanese slaves who narrate tales about their ancestors via Gnaoua music and songs. The Merzouga Lake, which attracts a seasonal flock of flamingos, is not distant from this town. There will be time to look at local Berber handcrafts for sale, which is an excellent chance to purchase from locals. After lunch and a little break, you will prepare to go on a camel ride to explore the sand sea with the assistance of an expert camel guide. The Erg Chebbi dunes are the biggest in this area of Morocco, and the quiet that can be discovered as you walk through the red golden dunes is quite unique. Riding a camel to your desert camp and spending the night beneath the stars in the company of nomads is an experience you will never forget. You will spend the night in a typical Berber nomad tent after supper and some music and singing.


Day 7: Merzouga - Todra Gorge - Dades Valley


We usually suggest waking up early to see the beauty of the dawn, and then returning by camel to the hotel for breakfast and refreshment. Our journey continues as we leave the desert for Rissani and Erfoud, where we visit workshops where marble and fossils are cleaned and sculpted into beautiful pieces. We travel to Tinghir and then to the Todra Gorge, where we will have lunch and enjoy the canyon’s 300-metre-high sheer cliffs and crystalline pure water as we stroll along the river’s bank. After lunch, we’ll travel through the Dades Valley and into the Dades Gorge to view the incredible rock formation known as “the monkey fingers” because to the patterns in the degraded terrain. You will also visit the still-standing 19th century Kasbah of Ait Youl. We spend the night at a small motel with a view of the Dades Valley.


Day 8: Dades Gorge -Boutaghrar Skoura - Ouarzazate


After breakfast, you will drive through the Dades Valley to Kelaat M’gouna and Ouarzazate. As the route is flanked with rose-colored adobe kasbahs, the journey through the Dades Valley offers many chances to capture some of your finest photographic pictures of the trip. Today, you will get the chance to meet Berber Nomads who live in caves, followed by a visit to the lush Rose valley, which is home to the fragrant Damascus rose, which is grown here and processed into the world-famous rose oil. We’ll make a stop at Kelaat M’gouna, the rose city, where you can buy rosewater and other items to keep your clothing smelling fresh long after your trip is done. We next go to Skoura to see Kasbah Amridil, a well-preserved kasbah in the region. After a short walk down the valley, we’ll stop for a pleasant lunch break at a restaurant with a panoramic view of the whole valley. We travel from Skoura to Ouarzazate, Africa’s Hollywood, whose location and stunning surroundings have attracted and continue to draw numerous world-class movie makers. You may opt to tour the studios, which include artifacts from movies such as The Mummy, Gladiator, and The Last Temptation of Christ. The overnight stay will be at a local riad in Ouarzazate.


Day 9: Ouarzazate - Ait Benhaddou Kasbah - Taroudant


After breakfast, we depart Ouarzazate for Ait Benhaddou, a key fortified town on the main salt trade route that leads to Timbuktu. Caravans traveling between the Sahara and Marrakech utilized it as a layover. It is currently one among Morocco’s numerous UNESCO historic monuments, as well as a popular setting for film filmmakers to utilize in their productions.

We cross the Ouarzazate road again and go east to Taliouine, the saffron capital, where you may visit one of the Saffron co-operatives. If your visit coincides with the harvest, which typically takes place in October/November, you will be able to meet the Berber people and their families as they pick the beautiful flowers in the fields.

The next destination is 16th century Taroudant, often known as Little Marrakech, which we should arrive at in the afternoon. Here you will view the ramparts and stroll through the Medina’s tiny alleyways. It features medina walls comparable to Marrakech and is influenced by the Saadian dynasty. You will be staying in a local hotel or riad.


Day 10: Taroudant - Essaouira


Grand Tour Of Morocco 14 Days Started today with leaving the mountains and go towards the Atlantic coast, where we will see the beautiful medina of Essaouira. On the route, we’ll stop at Agadir, a resort city that was a popular tourist destination for many years. After lunch and a stroll along the Promenade, we’ll take the coast route to Essaouira. The coastline journey provides breathtaking views, vast stretches of unspoiled sand, surf zones, and rough natural areas teeming with plants and wildflowers. This area is also home to Argan trees, and goats who like climbing these trees to obtain food may sometimes be seen extended on their hind legs or even up in the branches. We arrive at Essaouira in the afternoon after numerous stops along the coast. The overnight stay will be in a riad in the Medina.


Day 11: Exploring Essaouira


After breakfast, we will begin Grand Tour Of Morocco 14 Days of this charming medina. Some of the European civilizations that have inhabited this fortress town have left their imprint; the Portuguese with their white washed buildings, the Spanish with their cannons along the fortified seawalls, and the Jewish in the merchants’ section of the medina; the Mellah. The fishing port, with its brilliant blue vessels, is a hive of activity, and some unusual fish may be seen at the auctions. This is an artists’ and craftsmen’ haven, with galleries and tiny studios brimming with local artwork. Thuya woodwork, along with marquetry and inlaid crafts, is a wonderful native specialty.

Music is an important element of the culture here as well; the global festival of Gnawa is held yearly, typically in June, and draws many African and worldwide artists. We may add an additional day to your trip if you want to schedule it to coincide with this event.

Windsurfers call Essaouira home because the strong Atlantic winds make it an excellent location for catching the wind and riding the waves.

Today’s supper will be prepared in the Moroccan style, with freshly purchased fish grilled to order over hot embers. You have free time in the afternoon to go about and explore on your own. The overnight stay will be at a riad in the Medina.


Day 12: Essaouira - Marrakech


After breakfast, we will leave from the coast for the Red City of Marrakech, which has a magnificent background of the High Atlas Mountains, and we will make numerous picture stops along the route.When we arrive in Marrakech, we will check into our hotel in the ancient medina.

After a wonderful supper, we will stroll around the renowned plaza of Jemaa el Fna, where we will be entertained by magicians, storytellers, musicians, and a snake.

Following a wonderful supper, we will stroll around the renowned plaza of Jemaa el Fna, where we will be entertained by magicians, storytellers, musicians, and snake charmers.


Day 13: Exploring Marrakech


With the assistance of a local experienced guide, we will tour the beautiful mystical city of Marrakech after breakfast. The Majorelle Gardens, the Koutoubia Tower, the Saadian tombs, the Bahia Palace, and the Ben Youssef Koranic School are among the most significant historical and cultural monuments we will see. We will stroll around the souks and see hundreds of handicrafts after lunch at a local eatery near the main plaza. You will have free time in the afternoon to explore Marrakech on your own.


Day 14: Marrakech - Airport


You have today off till the agreed-upon time for us to drive you to the airport. charmers. Our Casablanca Tours 14 Days has come to an end.

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•the Private Casablanca Tour 14 Days  Price is from 1600€  (the price changes depending on the number of travelers and season).

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