14 Days Grand Morocco Tour from Casablanca for exploring the impressive imperial cities of North Africa’s last kingdom. Visit the awe-inspiring cities of Marrakech, Fez, Meknes, Rabat, and Casablanca as well as the blue city Chefchaouen. Discover the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Volubilis and experience the rustic charms of market towns in the Atlas Mountains.
Minibus or 4x4
Discover the best of Morocco on this 14 Days Grand Morocco Tour from Casablanca. Pass by many attractions including the Atlas Mountains, the Ziz Oasis, the Dades Valley, and the Kasbahs of Skoura. Spend your evenings in a desert camp.
- Visit the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca
- Discover Chefchaouen
- Visit the Volubilis archeological site
- Discover the highlight of Meknes city
- Spend two nights in Fes Medina
- Explore best of Fes Medina
- Camel riding in the Sahara of Merzouga
- Spend the night in a luxury camp in the Sahara desert
- Explore the gorges of Todgha
- Visit Ait Ben Haddou UNESCO site
- Cross of The High Atlas mountains
Upon arrival in Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco, you will be met and transferred by van to your Casablanca hotel, where you will check-in and relax for the afternoon. Depending on the time, you will have a guided tour of the Hassan II Mosque. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
After breakfast, you will depart for Chefchaouen, Morocco's famous blue city in the Rif Mountains. On the way, you will stop in Rabat, the capital and the residence of the King, for lunch and a moment to enjoy the beautiful coastal city. After lunch, you will continue to Chefchaouen in the evening. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
After breakfast, you will have a tour of this "cool" blue city, hidden in the mountains. You will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the Rif Mountains. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
After breakfast, we will leave in the morning towards the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. You'll spend the morning exploring the 2,000-year-old ruins and getting a picture of life during the Roman Empire. Lunch will be taken in Meknes, one of the imperial cities of Morocco. After lunch, your guide will take you on a tour of Meknes, and then you'll head to Fes, the cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
After breakfast, you will begin your guided tour of the medina, one of the largest walled cities in the world. You will explore the narrow streets lined with fresh fruit, oodles of spices, intricately woven Berber rugs, and many other Moroccan objets d'art. A visit to the Kings Palace, the tanneries and potters are just some of the places you will experience. For lunch you will eat in a traditional restaurant in the heart of the medina. After lunch, you will complete the tour and return to your hotel for the night. Dinner will be served at a local restaurant.
After an early breakfast, you will begin your ascent up the Middle Atlas Mountains. Most of the day will be spent in the beautiful forests, steep rock faces, and Berber villages as you cross the Atlas Mountains and begin to descend into the Sahara desert. Halfway you will stop for lunch in the town of Midelt, famous for its fossils and rocks. Upon arrival at the hotel in Erfoud, a hot shower or a dip in the pool (depending on the weather) will be a treat after the trip. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
Most of the day will be spent relaxing at the hotel or exploring the small but interesting desert town. In the afternoon, you will head in some 4-wheel drive vehicles across the barren land towards the majestic sand dunes of the Sahara. We will leave by camel for a 1 hour walk to the oasis where you will spend the night in the Berber tents (dinner is included in Desert Camp.
After breakfast, you will ride the camels back to the 4x4s and drive back to Erfoud. From Erfoud, you find yourself behind the High Atlas Mountains en route to the Todra Gorges. In the afternoon, you will take a walk through the imposing Todra Gorges (600 feet high). The picturesque river valleys make for a beautiful drive into the southeast of Morocco. You will spend the night in Boumalne, near the Dades Gorges or Ouarzazate, before crossing the High Atlas Mountains. Dinner will be served in the Kasbah.
After breakfast, you will head towards Marrakech. On the way you will visit one of the jewels of Morocco... Kasbah Ait Benhaddou. In typical Moroccan fashion, the real treasures are to be sought out and discovered...usually off the beaten path. In reality, this setup has been used for more movies than any other location in Morocco; movies including, Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth, and recently The Gladiator. After your visit to this famous Kasbah, you will complete the tour of the High Atlas Mountains. Once in Marrakech, you will check into your hotel and then head to Djemaa el-Fna, the central square of the medina. The famous Djemaa el-Fna, is one of the attractions in the center of Marrakech. Coming alive at night with local storytellers, entertainers and delicious barbecue pits, the square is well worth a visit. A quiet cup of tea on the terrace of an adjacent cafe offers a spectacular aerial view of the bustling square. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
After breakfast, Guided tour of Marrakech, the pearl of southern Morocco. She will discover the Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs and many other hidden treasures. After lunch, you will continue with a visit to the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque and the famous Djemaa el-Fna, one of the attractions in the center of Marrakech. The tour will conclude with an exploration of the souk (market) filled with fresh fruit, oodles of spices, intricately woven Berber rugs, and many other Moroccan art objects. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
After breakfast, you will depart for the coastal city of Essaouira, a picturesque fishing village, located on the southwest coast of Morocco. With an exquisite beach to the south, Essaouira has become one of the most popular coastal cities in Morocco. Many of the country's woodcarvers and artists make Essaouira their home. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
This will be a free day in Essaouira. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
Your last day of travel will take you back to Casablanca. You will leave Essaouira in the direction of Casablanca with a stop at El Oualidia on the way. We drive along the coast towards El Jadida, where we visit the citadel and see the underground cistern. We continue to Casablanca, where we spend our last night in the country. Dinner will be served at the hotel.
You will be transferred to the airport for departure.
- Air conditioned 4x4 or Minivan and Fuel
- English/French/Spanish speaking driver during the tour
- 13 nights in hotel accommodation with Dinner and breakfast
- Camel Trek to overnight in Luxury Camp with Ensuite-bathroom and shower
- Private rooms/tents
- Free time to explore the sites such as Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, Walks, Canyons, Breaks for photos,..Etc
- Local guide in Ait Ben Haddou
What’s Not Included
- Entrance fees, other personal expenses and gratuities.
Morocco with its climate diversity makes it a perfect destination all along the year. Subsequently, Your trip in Morocco is are running its Morocco Travel Packages all the year. Some (to northern parts of Spain, for example) – are only running from March till October. In any case, under each tour’s description, it says exactly when it runs. Example: ‘’Sundays all year’’ – means that on every single Sunday of the year the tour will start, no matter how many people signed up, even if it’s you only.
The currency of Morocco is The Moroccan Dirham (MAD). The currency for Morocco was issued by the Bank of Al-Maghrib which is Morocco’s central bank. Historically, the Moroccan Dirham originates from the Byzantine Empire’s Drachm, and was used in Arabia and the Levant in pre-Islamic times. The name “Dirham” came from the Roman word “denarius”.
Morocco has been a safe tourist destination for years. Moroccan people have gained their reputation for warmth and kindness towards visitors. Moroccan cities are generally very safe, especially in touristic areas where tourists are frequently there. Morocco is a very well secured country, where Police is in every location and so many checking points are available, this is what makes Morocco a safe and 100% secured destination.
Transparently, Morocco could be considered one of the calmest and safe destination in North-Africa. Morocco has a very low crime rate in comparison to other countries of the world. If travelers take sensible precautions during their Morroco Travel Packages, they will surely be safe. Accompanied by your tour guide and leader you will be in the highest level of safety during your Morocco vacations.
Visitors to Morocco must have a passport valid for at least 6 months beyond the scheduled return date to enter Morocco and you can obtain a visa from Morocco Consulate before departure. Also, entry visa with USD 27 per passport is available upon arrival in Morocco airports for specific nationalities and you will need to check before. -Some nationalities don’t need a visa to visit Morocco for the purpose of tourism for up to 3 months such as United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Denmark, Netherlands, New Zealand, and Switzerland. For more info and details on entry visa to Morocco please check with the Moroccan consulate or embassy at your country
English and French are studied in school all over Morocco. This is why most Moroccans, who live in the cities, speak or understand at least some English words or phrases, and most of Moroccans are speaking French well. Fewer Moroccans can speak Italian, Spanish, and German; however, professionals in the tourism sector are accustomed to visitors who cannot speak Arabic. They speak enough English and many other languages to fulfill the needs of most travelers.
Many travelers enjoy their stay in Morocco without learning a single word of Arabic; however, it is always good to learn a few Arabic words to expressing greetings or thanks. It is advisable to learn some basic Arabic terms if you are planning to visit some unpopular tourist destinations. Moroccans are friendly and will be happy to help you anytime, even if there is a language barrier.
Many people in the tourism sector depend on tips, as a major part of their income. Therefore, tipping is considered customary in Morocco. You are not obliged to give tips, but it would be great if you are willing to offer it.
Best Experience! Our guide Lahcen was super nice and friendly. Camel ride, sand boarding and started nights
Amazing tour! Camping in the desert and watching the sunset/sunrise is the most incredible experience – I would recommend to anyone. The camp is very luxurious (big double beds, showers and even a restaurant). The whole trip is really good value for money and the tour guides are very fun and full of energy.