15-day Morocco tour

15-day Morocco tour

A 15-day Morocco tour departing from Marrakech and seeing, among other destinations. Casablanca, Fez, Azrou, Chaouen, Erg-Chebbi, and Essaouira are among the cities.

– Highlights of the 15-day Morocco Grand Tour
  • Stops in Panoramic Views
  • Enjoy all the Atlas Mountains and Berber Villages
  • Departure from: Marrakesh
  • Duration:15 days
  • Visits of old Kasbah and Exploration of one of the best Morocco Desert Tours
  • Places of interest:Casablanca, Fez, Azrou, Chefchaouen, Ait-benhaddou, Erg-chebbi, Essaouira

If you’ve been to Morocco before, you’ll be astonished when you return. While the rest of the world stood still, Morocco worked fiercely and diligently to develop itself and prepare for the future. It is not in vain that it aspires to be one of the world’s top ten destinations. And such a lofty objective necessitates careful planning.

To the recent changes in Moroccan infrastructure, there has been an endless adaptation of kilometres of the country’s most frequented roadways. You will notice that several of Morocco’s roads have changed look. Road improvements from Fez to the desert

ARRIVAL IN MARRAKECH ON DAY 1:

Our crew will pick you up and transport you to your accommodation. Besides, you start your Morocco tour. If you look for a short tour from Marrakech, here this tour 3 days desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga.

Day 2: VISIT MARRAKECH: 

In the morning, visit Marrakech, which was founded in the 11th century by the Almoravids. The Koutoubia minaret, a symbol of the city and an actual treasure of Almohad art, the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, the Medina, and the famed Jemaá el Fná square, where a plethora of vendors, acrobats, and storytellers can be found. Then, you have a free afternoon to enjoy everything by yourself. Overnight is in Marrakech.

Day 3: MARRAKESH – CASABLANCA – RABAT:
Breakfast and departure for CASABLANCA, the country’s genuine economic capital. Panoramic tour of the Anfa district, the Parque de las Naciones, the Boulevard de la Corniche, and the Hassan II Mosque (optionally you can visit its interior). Departure to Rabat, the imperial city, and sightseeing included the Royal Palace, the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, and the Hassan Tower. Overnight is in Rabat city

RABAT-ASILAH, DAY 4:

Departure from Rabat and continuing to Asilah via the fortified city of Asilah with a very clean medina facing the Atlantic established in Phoenician times, followed by a free afternoon in Asilah. In Assilah, you spend the night in Riad.

ASILAH-TANGIER-CHAOUEN DAY 5:

After breakfast, depart for a panoramic tour of Tangier overlooking the sea. We go to the Hercules Grotto, the CapSapartel views, and then wander through its Kasbah. Depart for Chaouen or the (Blue Town), an Islamic holy city nestled in the Rif Mountains, with white homes and bright blue doorways. In Chaouen, you spend the night in a beautiful Riad.

CHAOUEN-VOLUBILIS-MEKNEZ-FEZ DAY 6:

Our journey in Morocco continues towards Volubilis, a population that first appears on maps in the fourth century AD. Exploration of the archaeological site. Later, travel to Meknes, one of Morocco’s most important historical cities. Panoramic tour of this city created by Sultan Moulay Ismail, including visits to its fortifications and the founder’s mausoleum And mosque, the only religious structure open to non-Muslims. Return to the FEZ. In Fez city, you have a  night a Riad.

DAY 7: GO TO FES:

Full-day excursion to Fez, the oldest imperial city and the capital of Morocco’s first Arab kingdom. The tour covers the Royal Palace, the Medina, and the madrassas, historic religious centres that are now souks occupied by Fez’s potters.

Day 8: FEZ – IFRANE (AFRICAN SWITZERLAND) AZROU PARK-VALEL DE ZIZ-DESERT:

Breakfast and departure to the gentle slopes of the Middle Atlas, a stop at Ifrane known as the “Switzerland of Africa,” and then to the Azrou National Park to see the monkeys in the cedar forest before continuing to Midelt for lunch. Continue to Erfoud, from whence we will take a 4×4 trail to the Saharan Dunes in MERZOUGA. In the desert, you spend a night in Hotel.

EXPLORE THE DESERT ON DAY 9:

After breakfast, we depart on an excursion through the desert, visiting nomads and sharing mint tea with them, visiting the Rissani market, the village of the Gnawas of Khamlia to listen to their spiritual music, and returning to the hotel in the afternoon to begin the camel trip and spend the night in the middle of the Saharan dunes. Overnight stay is in the Berber camp. This is one of the best 15-day Morocco tour.

MERZOUGA – TODRA GORGES-OUARZAZATE DAY 10:

We propose waking up early to see the dawn over the dunes. Next, you have breakfast then we move to the Todra Gorges. To conserve the mountains, the Todra River eroded a narrow gorge with sheer walls over 300 meters high. Continue to the Ruta de las Kasbahs, the name given to a tour of a series of adobe strongholds with battlemented towers and raw brick embellishments. Besides, we drive to Kella MGouna, which is well-known for its flowers and perfumes. OUARZAZATE LANDING.  Overnight is in a Riad in Ouarzazate.

MARRAKECH: OUARZAZATE – WORLD HERITAGE 1987 (KSAR AIT BENHADDOU)

After breakfast, there will be a visit to the Taourirt Kasbah. Later, we continue to the World Heritage Site Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou before departing for Marrakech through the port of Tichka (2260 m altitude) with a stunning landscape. Overnight is in a raid in Marrakech.

MARRAKECH-ESSAOUIRA, DAY 12:

After breakfast, depart for Essaouira, a coastal city located in the Argan Valley. When you arrive in Essaouira, you will notice that it is filled with little squares, walls, fortifications, and ancient sites. A lovely and unusual collection, with historical and cultural significance. Crafts, culture, and traditions are three of the city’s most distinguishing features. Its cultural past is well-anchored and looks to the future. It is a city where everything blends and enchants everyone who visits it. Overnight is in an Essaouira at night.

DAY 13: ESSAOUIRA VISIT:

Visit after breakfast Its medina or city of wind and light has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001. . Its style is evocative of Andalusia’s “white towns.” It’s been dubbed “The Diamond of the Atlantic,” “The Sleeping Beauty,” and “The Well Guarded.” It is a place of inner peace where tribes, nations, and beliefs such as the Phoenicians, Romans, Bedouins, Carthaginians, Portuguese, and French have cohabited for centuries. In Essaouira, you spend a night in Riad.

14th FREE DAY IN ESSAOUIRA:

Shopping, massage, spa, promenade… all optional for a relaxing day in Essaouira.

Day 15: AIRPORT ESSAOUIRA-MARRAKECH:

Breakfast and transfer to the airport for the trip return from Marrakech at the agreed-upon hour.

The Bes time to Visit Morocco for15-day Morocco tour

Here is the best time to visit Morocco and one of the most experienced tours we have had with our last clients before.

Morocco is the best place to visit in the spring and autumn. July and August should be avoided because of the oppressive heat. Even though we were there from the end of August to the beginning of September, we did not encounter as much heat as is commonly stated, and it even rained at times. By the way, 15 days in Morocco seemed like the perfect amount of time, neither too much nor too few. Allow time to visit the must-see attractions in this magnificent country. If you have less time, you can modify our plan or contact us if you are unsure how to proceed. If you are a Spanish tourist check out this short tour: 3 dais desde Marrakech a Fez

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