Morocco 2 week itinerary road trip from Casablanca
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With our Morocco two “2” week itinerary from Casablanca, expect the best and most visited attractions. To start with, we will visit the mosque of Hassan II, the only one in Morocco where none Muslims are allowed to enter. Then, we will take you to discover the beauty of the blue city, Chefchaouen. Not only you will explore the cultural city of Fes but also the Sahara desert of Merzouga. Moreover, we will explore the Touaregs fortress, The Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou. Furthermore, the red city of Marrakech has a lot to offer. For example, the garden of Majorelle and the square of Jamaa El Fna. The tour ends back to Casablanca airport or booked accommodation.
Morocco 2 week itinerary:
Day 1 : Casablanca:
On the first day of our Morocco 2 week itinerary, we will pick you up from the airport of Mohamed V at Casablanca. Then, we will take you to the accommodation to relax. Depending on your arrival, it’s possible that we take you to have a walk in the old Medina.
Day 2: Casablanca to Tangier.
We will start our day across Rabat and end up in Tangier. There many things that we will explore. To start with, we will visit the mosque of Hassan II in Casablanca. Then, we will drive across Rabat to visit the Kasbah of Les Oudayas, one of the UNESCO heritage. Also, we will visit the mosque of Hassan tower and Chellah, the roman ruins. After that, we will drive to the cave of Heracles and Cape Spartel in Tangier. Your accommodation will be waiting for you around the old Medina of Tangier.
Day 3: Tangier to Chefchaouen.
The third day of our Morocco 2 week itinerary will begin from visiting the old Medina of Tangier. There, we will take you to visit the first American Legation outside its country. Then, we will drive through Tetouan, the white dove to arrive at Akchour waterfalls. Later, we will drive to spend the night at Chefchaouen.
Day 4: Chefchaouen to Fes.
Chefchaouen blue city in the Rif mountains, it’s also called the blue Perl of Morocco because of its blue walls. Also, it was established by the Morish and the Jewish in 1471. Here, we will visit Ras El Ma and the Square of Wetat Lhmam where the Kasbah. Also, we will hike up for an overview of the city.
After we finish visiting Chaouen, we will head 3h to arrive at Volubilis, the Roman ruins. After that, we will drive to the cultural Fes to spend the night.
Day 5: Fes city tour.
Fes is one of Morocco’s imperial cities. That is to say, it was the first capital city of Morocco before Marrakech, Meknes, and Rabat. In our Morocco 2 week tour itinerary, we will visit two cities with local guides. To start with, one of Fes guides will come to your accommodation in the morning. Then, you will begin by entering from the gate of Bab Boujloud, the blue gate. From there, you will visit both the Madrassa of Bou Inania and Attarine. Next, we will visit El Badi Palace and the University of Al–Karaouine, the oldest existing university by the Unesco. Not to mention, we will also take you to visit the ceramics and the Chaouara Tanneries, where they make leather.
You will have some free time to walk in the old Medina and Souk after was take you to your accommodation.
Day 6: Fes to Merzouga.
Our 6th day will be a long day driving from Fes to Merzouga, the Sahara. There are attractions we will stop to see. For example, we will stop to discover the statue of the Atlas lion in Ifrane, it was curved by a German prisoner to free himself. Also, we will stop at the cedar forest to visit the Barbary Macaque monkeys.
Moreover, we will make a quick stop at the dam of Errachidia and at the panoramic view of the Ziz valley. We will arrive at Merzouga late afternoon. Then, we will take you to spend overnight at a riad in Merzouga.
Day 7: Merzouga Sahara tour.
One day trip around Merzouga desert is to be the number 1 highlight of our Morocco 2 week itinerary. I mean, we will take you on an adventure to experience the nomadic life. To start with, we will take you with our 4 WD to visit Khamlia, the small town of Gnawa people. There, they play castanets and drums to make beautiful music rhythms. Next, we will visit the Mine of Mifis, where they used to mine baryte, salt, and mascara.
There are many nomads who live in the Sahara desert of Merzouga. Therefore, we will visit them, and we will see how they live their life. After that, we will visit one of the biggest panoramic views of the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. Not to mention, we will also drive to explore the lake of Srij, where the immigrant birds of the flamingo. Also, we will visit one of the oases of the Berbers at Hassi Labied village.
Eventually, we will take you to experience the nomadic life at our Berber camp. To get there, we will take you on the camels across the sand dunes, we will make a stop for the sunset and continue to the tent. Here, our team of Berbers will play drams and djembes after they set fire. Then, you can walk up the sand dunes to watch a magnificent view of the stars and the Milkyway.
Day 8: Merzouga to Boumaln Dades.
We will keep our 2-week itinerary from Morocco towards Dades Gorges. Before, you will do the camel ride back to the village of Merzouga. Then, we will drive across Rissani, the capital of Tafilalet, and also the origin city of the Alaouite dynasty. Thereafter, we will drive to the canyons of Todgha Gorges, where there is a river between 300m height rocks.
We will drive to Dades Gorges across Tinghir and some other small villages. Then, we will make a stop at the monkey fingers mountains and the curves of Tissdrine before we check-in the accommodation.
Day 9: Boumaln Dades to Marrakech.
On this day, we will drive to visit many attractions before we arrive at Marrakech. Firstly, we will visit the rose valley cooperative of rose flowers. Secondly, we will drive to Ouarzazate, Ouallywood of Morocco. There, we will visit one of the Atlas studios where they make and rent material for movies. Thirdly, we will visit the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, the Berber fortress. Here, they made many parts of movies like the movie Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiator.
After lunch, we will drive across the High Atlas Mountains. We will make a stop at the point of 2260m and at the argan oil cooperative. Later, we will drive to Marrakech, and we will take you to your accommodation.
Day 10: Marrakech city tour.
Marrakech is the second city that will be visited with a local guide. Then, you will visit the gardens of Majorelle and Menara. Next, you will walk in the Square of Jamaa El Fnaa and the Koutoubia mosque. Moreover, we will visit the Palaces of El Badi and Bahia. Also, Saadien’s tombs and the royal palace. Later, we will finish the 10th day of our Morocco 2 week itinerary by taking you to your accommodation.
Day 11: Ouzoud waterfalls day trip.
Our 2 week Morocco itinerary includes a day trip to Ouzoud waterfalls, one of the most fascinating and visited attractions in Morocco. They are about 3h/160Km drive east from Marrakech. You will enjoy the falls of water that are about 110meters/360 feet. We will spend the day there and drive you back to Marrakech.
Day 12: Day trip Essaouira.
On this day, we will drive west to Mogador Essaouira. It is famous for its beach and seafood. Therefore, you will visit the port of Citadel and Sqala Kasbah. Later, you can have free time to walk in the old Medina of Essaouira. When you are ready, our driver will take you back to Marrakech.
Day 13: Day trip to Ourika Valley.
We will take you on a relaxing day to Ourika Valley. We will pass by El Houz Plains to arrive at Tnin Ourika, the locals come to trade goods here. Then, we will drive across the river and we will make a stop at Setti Fatma village. Here, Moroccans escape the crowded city and come to enjoy the summer under the walnut trees. Our Morocco 2 week itinerary day trips are for relaxing and escaping from the cities. Later, we will drive to spend the night in the desert of Agafay.
Day 14: Agafay to Casablanca.
This would be the last day of our 2-week Morocco grand tour itinerary. Therefore, we will drive you on the highway to Casablanca. You can choose to be dropped off at the airport or at the center of Casablanca.
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Overview of the destinations visited with our Morocco 2 week itinerary:
Casablanca, the capital of the economy:
The first city we will explore with our 2-week in Morocco itinerary is Casablanca. It was settled since the 7th century and founded by the Berbers. Now, it’s the largest city in Morocco with a population of 3.36 million in 2014. Morocco was colonized by France. Therefore, most of the cities, including Casablanca are constructed as the Moorish style. Not to mention, Casablanca is in the region of Casablanca Settat with an area of 220 km².
There are many things to visit and see here. Firstly, you can’t travel to Casablanca without visiting the mosque of Hassan II. It is the second-largest in Africa, and 7th in the world with a minaret of 210 metres=690 ft. Also, it was Architected by the French Michel Pinseau and built by Bouygues. Moreover, it’s the only mosque in Morocco that allows tourists to visit inside of it.
The second thing to visit in Casablanca is the cornish of Ain Diab, it is also the most touristic place in Casablanca because of its cafes, restaurant, and luxurious hotels.
Rabat, the capital city of Morocco:
Rabat is the actual capital city of Morocco and one of the declared 4 imperial cities. It was founded in 1146 by the Almohad caliphate. Now, it’s the 7th largest city in Morocco with a population of about 580,000 in the year 2014. Also, Morocco is divided into 12 regions, Rabat is in the region of Rabat-Sale-Kenitra.
This city has a lot to represent, there are many things to do and visit here. For instance, Rabat is famous for the mosque of Hassan Tower or Tour. It was built in 1195 by Yaqub al-Mansur, the third caliphate of Almohad. The minaret of the mosque is 44 meters now. However, it was intended to be the largest in the world with 86 meters if Al Mansour didn’t die in 1199. Not to mention, it is one of the UNESCO world heritage since 1995.
The second best thing to visit in Rabat is Les Udayas or Oudayas Kasbah. It’s a city that was built in 12th by Yaqub al-Mansur, the third caliphate of the Almohad dynasty. Also, it’s at the tip Bou Regreg river.
Tangier, the gate to Morocco.
Tangier, the gate to Morocco from the north. Not all of our customized desert trips in Morocco include Tangier as a destination to travel to. However, that does not mean it’s not a worthy place to explore.
Tangier is a port city in Morocco in the region of Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima and along with the mountains of the Rif. Also, it’s the capital and the biggest city in the north of Morocco. There are many things to visit here:
First, Tangier is famous for the American legation museum, a fortified building of the US government outside of its country. Also, it’s a gift from the sultan Moulay Suliman Ben Mohamed to be the first announcement to the independence of the US.
Second, you don’t want to travel to Tangier without visiting the archaeological cave of Hercules. It’s about 14 Km from the center of Tangier, located at the promontory of Cape Spartel. He stayed here during his labor of stealing the three golden apples that are in the golden garden of Libya. Moreover, the sea opening of the cave is shaped as the map of Africa, which makes it very interesting and many tourists like to visit there.
Third, wandering around the beach and the old Medina in Tangier is one of the admired things to do do. At the top of the old Medina, you can nearly see Spain as it’s 14km away.
Chefchaouen, Chaouen, the blue pearl of Morocco. This town is famous for its blue and white buildings. It’s located in the Rif mountains which are shaped like the horns of a goat. And horns mean Iskawn in Berber, after that it turns in to Chaouen and Chefchaouen. Moreover, this city was founded by Sherif Moulay Ali Ben Rachid in 1471 as a small Kasbah to fight the invasions of the Portuguese.
Chefchaouen wasn’t colored with the blue in 1471. However, the Ghomara, Spanish, and Jewish turn it into blue in 1492. Some say it was colored as the color of the sky, others say to protect themselves from the mosquitos. Surely, Chaouen represents itself with many attractions to visit and explore. To start with, the first thing that was built here in Chaouen is the Ethnographic Kasbah. To bear in mind, a kasbah can also refer to a fortress, and this one has about 11 towers, some of them are able to climb for an overview of the city, Chaouen.
Secondly, while walking around the blue walls of Chefchaouen, a visit to the waterfalls of Ras El Ma is a should do. Here, you can find locals washing and many tourists admiring the view of the spring.
Moreover, for those who like hiking, in the east of Chaouen is a beautiful panoramic view of the whole city. Also, you can get there to see the sunset.
Still, the best thing to do is to walk around the city to admire its beautiful buildings. Besides, you can head to Wetat Lhmam square, it’s a place where to enjoy a mint tea and the locals entertaining music.
Fes, the cultural city in Morocco:
Fes is one of the main attractions that is admired by tourists for its culture. Therefore, we customize tours in Morocco to or from here.
Fes was founded by the Idrisid dynasty in 789. And it’s famous for the old part of the city called Fes El Bali that is architectured with Marinid medieval buildings. Fes is surely a worthy place to visit with our 2-week itinerary in Morocco. There are many places to visit here in Fes, especially in the old part.
To start with, the University Karaouiyn or al-Qarawiyyin has to be the first interesting attraction to visit here in Fes. In fact, it’s the oldest and still functioning university in the world after Alma Mater Studiorum in Bologna Italy. Also, it was built by Fatima Al Fihri in 859 as a Madrassa or school for teaching the Quran. Then, they turn it into a university.
Second, there are other old universities in Fes. For example, an admired place to discover is The Madrasa Bou Inania, it was founded in 1351–56 by Abu Inan Faris. Also, another Madrassa is al Attarine by the Marinid sultan Uthman II Abu Said in 1323.
Third, you can’t visit Fes without going to explore the leather area. And the most famous one among the 3 tanneries is the Tannery of Chouara that was built in the 11th century. Not to mention, this place is smelly and you will need mint leaves to cover. A photo is attached.
Fourth, for an overview of the city, the Marinid tombs that were built in the 14th century are at a high point of Fes. You can both visit the buildings and also have a look at Fes from the top. Moreover, there is another overview of the city at the Borj Nord.
Little Switzerland, Ifrane:
Ifrane is the most beautiful and cleanest city in Morocco. Therefore, we surely don’t want to miss discovering it with our 2-week itinerary in Morocco.
Ifrane is famous for the university of Al Akhaweyn, one of the most expensive universities to attend in Morocco. Not only Moroccan who study, but also students from the whole world.
As mention before that, the king has 12 palaces in Morocco. One of them is here in Ifrane, and it’s in front of the university.
Usually, the stop that we make at this city is at the park where there is the atlas lion statue. It was carved by a German prisoner during the French colonization in order to gain his freedom.
Moreover, Ifrane is the favorite city for the team of Morocco the atlas lions. They come here to train because Ifrane is at a high place, and that helps them breathe properly.
Also, a lot of Moroccan locals come here during the snowy seasons, December, January, and February to snowboard here.
Cedar Forest, a visit to the monkeys.
The forest of Cedar trees in Azrou is one of the biggest forests in Morocco in the Atlas Mountains. The atlas lion that is in Ifrane used to live here with many other animals. However, it doesn’t exist now, it extinct. There are many other animals that live here, among them the deers, wild pigs, wolves, and squirrels. However, the only animal that you can see when passing by here is the monkey. It’s the type of Barbary Macaque that lives in families. Also, it has many names among them magots, or Barbary apes.
With our Casablanca tour, we will make a quick stop to feed these animals and give them water. They are friendly and they do not still things from people.
Ziz valley and the Dam of Errachidia:
Errachidia is the gate to the Sahara coming from Fes, it’s at the region of Daraa Tafilalet. Also, it is at the tip of the Atlas Mountains. The first name of the city was Imtghern in Berber or Ksar Souk which means the village of the market. Then, Moulay Rachid, the prince of Morocco, changed its name to Errachidia in 1975.
Dam of Errachidia:
This city is famous for the Hassan Addakhil dam, named after Al Hassan Addakhil, the founder of the Alaouite dynasty, the current royal family in Morocco. This dam is where the whole region of Errachidia province gets the water.
You may have heard that Erfoud is famous for the festival of dates fruits. Therefore, Ziz valley has a big impact on that, it is the biggest source of dates palm trees, the river is about 282km long. However, where there are dates palm is about 50km. With our 2 weeks Morocco itinerary, we will make a quick stop at the panoramic view of Ait Chaker to admire the view and take photos.
Erfoud, the city of fossils and dates:
Erfoud is a city that was colonized by the French in 1912, it is coming from the name of a plant in the river called Onfoud. Also, it is said that it was named because of two Berbers who tried to cross the river. One of them went in, and when he got to the middle, the other one asked about how high was the river, the answer was “Ar Afoud” which means to the knee. Then, they named it after that.
Erfoud or Arfoud is famous for the date’s fruits and the mineral fossils.
The Festival of dates fruits:
As mentioned that Ziz valley or river is full of dates palm trees. Here in Erfoud, they make an international festival of the dates for 3 days in October. It’s famous for the big hall where they sell different types of dates, and also local clothes…
Erfoud is one of the most important cities that exports mineral fossils in Morocco. There are many types that they find here. For instance, the Trilobites, the ones which belong to the arthropods. Also, there are goniatites, orthoceras, and crinoids. SO, if you are interested in fossils and geology, you should come here. Let us take you with our Morocco two week itinerary to explore it.
Rissani, the capital of Tafilalet:
Rissani is a small city in the region of Daraa Tafilalet and in the province of Errachidia. It is the closest city to the Erg Chebbi Sand dunes after the town of Merzouga. Also, it was a commercial location for the touaregs who used to travel for trading. Moreover, it is where the tomb or the mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif is at. He is the first grandfather of Moulay Cherif, the founder of the Alaouite Dynasty.
Rissani is a worthy place to visit, there are many unique things to do and see here. To start with, Rissani is famous for the pitta bread, or what they call by Lmdfouna Lfilalia. There are different types. For example, they make it with almonds, meatballs, vegetarian, and also with fish. Second, on Tuesdays, Saturdays, and Thursdays, there is a market or Souk. At this time, there are some locals who trade or sell donkeys. Therefore, Rissani is famous for the parking of the donkeys. Also, at this time, there is another yard where they sell sheep and goats.
Third, as most of the cities in Morocco have gates, there is also one here in Rissani, it’s curved and designed with the Morrish architecture.
Merzouga, the Sahara desert:
The Sahara desert of Merzouga is the best and the highlight of our Morocco 2 week itinerary. It’s in the region of Daraa Tafilalet and in the province of Errachidia. Also, it is About 50km away from the border of Algeria.
Merzouga is famous for the Erg Chebbi Sand dunes that attract many tourists for several activities.
First, you shouldn’t miss experiencing the camel ride in Merzouga, it’s considered the best and the highlight of all Morocco tours. There are tourists who do it up the dunes to either the sunset or sunrise, others do it to spend the night at Berber tents.
Second, after doing the camel ride, many tourists admire to experience an overnight at Berber tents. There are nomads who live around the dunes with their tents, they move from a place to another looking for better living conditions. Therefore, many tourists like to experience that life and they book the overnight, it’s the second-best thing to do in Merzouga.
Third, Quad biking is also an activity to take into consideration when traveling to Merzouga desert. You can book a local ATV to drift on the Sand dunes, this activity is better once it rains, the sand gets dry and easy to drive at.
the last and not the least, there is a beautiful lake near Merzouga, about 4km away from the center. It’s where the immigrant flamingo birds and where the camels go herding once they are not used for work.
Dades and Todgha valley:
Morocco is the country of paradox and mystery, almost everything you are looking for, you can find it. Here, comes the grand canyons of Todgha gorges, they are about 300 meters, 984 feet height. The most amazing thing about it is the river passing in the middle. Here, we experience the power of nature, the power of water that could make a way across the rocks as a spring. Also, it is good water to drink. Moreover, most of the locals who live nearby the mountains come to take water from here with their donkeys or horses. It’s a worthy place to visit. Therefore, we include it in our 2-week Morocco itinerary.
The valley of Dades or Dades Gorges is not far from the canyons of Todgha, it’s a river between the red city Marrakech and the Sahara desert Merzouga. Therefore, most tourists spend an overnight here to split the road and enjoy all the visited attractions. There are two main places to discover here besides the view of the river. First, there is a part of the mountains that is shaped as the monkey toes. Second, the Caddilac car has made an advertisement here at the curves of Tissdrine. Then, it became a worthy place to visit for its beautiful view of the road from the top.
The cinema city, Ouarzazate:
Ouarzazate, in Berber Warzazat, and that’s two words, War, which means without and Zazat, meaning noise. This small city was once a point for African traders, they used to stop here to buy sell and trade salt, mascara… However, they stopped more at the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou.
There are a few things to visit here. To start with, Ouarzazate is famous for the Kasbah of Taourirt, a maze with about 300 rooms. It requires a ticket if you want to enter.
Also, Ouarzazate is famous for the atlas studios, where they shot movies and rent materials to shot others in the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou. One of the most famous is the Oscar studio.
Not to mention, here in Ouarzazate is the biggest solar station in the whole of Africa. As Ouarzazate is the gate to the Sahara, it is very sunny here especially during the summer, it gets about 50 degrees celsius. Therefore, they use it and build solar panels to generate power.
The Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou:
There are many Kasbahs in Morocco. However, the most famous and the most visited is the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou. You may know or don’t know the meaning of a Kasbah. It is a Berber-Arabic word which means Bamboo, its original spelling is Kasab, and the relationship between the Bamboo and the fortress is that its roves are built with it. You may also hear the term Ksar, that’s Arabic and can be referred to the King’s Palace.
There are two main entrances to the Kasbah, one is from the bridge and one from the main gate, but you will have to cross the Maleh river. However, the best is to cross from the bridge, then later when coming back, you cross the river.
The Kasbah is famous the Berber African Touaregs, you may have heard about Tombouctou 52 days. It’s the time it took them to arrive in Rissani, Morocco for trading. Then, they took their caravan of camels again to The Kasbah here to trade again. They used to sell, trade slat Mascara, cole, and other stuff. They mostly sold salt in the river in front of the Kasbah. Now, the river is called Oued El Maleh, which means the salty river.
At the top of the Kasbah is a very beautiful panoramic view of itself. Also, there is a room there where they kept the goods for other traders who were coming later.
Not to mention, the Kasbah is famous for the movie shot of many famous movies, about 21 movies. For instance, they shot a part of the famous British-American movie, the gladiator, there is a yard there where they used to fight. Also, they made a part of the movie Lawrence of Arabia. That makes it a very famous location to travel to and explore.
In Morocco, there are cultural, economic, Saharian, and touristic cities. Marrakech is considered as the first touristic city, it got about 3 million visitors in 2019. Therefore, our 2 weeks in Morocco itinerary include it because of its admired attractions.
Marrakech was founded by Abu Bakr ibn Umar ibn Ibrahim ibn Turgut from the Berber Mauritanian tribe Lamtuna. Also, it is the fourth largest city in Morocco.
Jamaa El Fna:
There are many things to see and do here. To start with, Marrakech is famous for the Square of Jamaa El Fna, it’s where you can find people from different countries besides the locals. Also, it’s where the snake charmers are, playing the flute and making snakes dance to the instrumental. Moreover, it’s where you find people making Halka ” a street performance” making people in a circle and narrating different stories and speeches for them.
The mosque of Koutoubia:
could be the number two favorite thing to explore, it is facing the square of Jamaa El Fna. It is the largest mosque in Marrakech with a minaret of 77 meters and a spire of 8 meters. The mosque has many different names. For instance, it used to be called the booksellers at that time when they used to sell books in the yard in front of it. Most importantly, it was built by Abd al Mu’min ibn Ali in 1147. Furthermore, this mosque is one of the sisters to the mosque of Hassan Tower in Rabat and the one in Seville.
Out of the old Medina at Gueliz lays the garden of Majorelle. He was a French artist who liked Morocco very much and settled in it. This garden receives almost 900000 visitors each year. No wonder, it took Jack about 40 years to build it. Then, after he died, the French artists Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé came to finally complete it and open it for the public. To explore this garden, you will need a ticket of 70DH= 7 euros. However, with some relevant IDs, like students, the price changes.
Our 2 week Morocco itinerary ends here in Marrakech.
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