Morocco in 2 weeks. Best 14 days Itinerary from Tangier to Marrakech

2 weeks itinerary in Morocco: 14 days tour from Tangier

Explore the best of Morocco in two weeks! Discover iconic UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Tetouan, Meknes, and Fes. Take in the beautiful landscapes of the Sahara Desert, the High Atlas Mountains, and the Atlantic coast in Asilah, Rabat, and Essaouira. Learn about traditional life by engaging with local communities and artisans. Try Moroccan cuisine and enjoy the music. This tour promises a comprehensive, immersive exploration of Morocco’s cultural and natural treasures.

Highlights: Two weeks in Morocco

Explore the cultural treasures of Morocco in a 2 weeks captivating voyage. Discover Assilah, Tetouan, Rabat, Volubilis and Chaouen. Enjoy guided tours of Fes and Marrakech. Trek through Azrou Forest and ride a dromedary to Erg Chebbi dunes. Spend a night camping under the starlit sky at Erg Chebbi and admire the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou. This journey guarantees an exquisite fusion of history, culture, and natural splendor, immersing you in the heart of Morocco.

Travel plan: Two weeks in Morocco

Explore the cultural tapestry of Morocco with a 2 weeks itinerary, starting in Tangier and ending in Marrakech. Visit the historic medinas of Tangier and Fes, the blue-painted streets of Chefchaouen, ancient Roman ruins in Volubilis, the Sahara Desert near Merzouga, the High Atlas Mountains, artisan workshops of Fes, Ifrane National Park, Todra Gorge, Ouarzazate and Ait Ben Haddou. Experience the warm hospitality, savor Moroccan cuisine, and create lasting memories.

Day 1: From Tangier to Assilah

During the first day of your 2 weeks trip to Morocco, our driver will meet you at the airport or port in Tangier to welcome you and accompany you in a private vehicle. We will then drive you to the village of Asilah, located about 50 miles away. Asilah is considered a hidden jewel in the region and is a highlight of the tour due to its unique charm. Asilah, on the Atlantic coast, is known for its charming medina alleys and historic Portuguese military structures. A village with blue and white houses and immaculate streets. Overnight in a riad in Asilah

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Day 2: From Asilah to Chaouen via Tetouan

We will start our day with a delicious breakfast at your riad in Asilah before heading less than 100 kilometers away towards Tetouan. Tetouan is a Moroccan city recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its beautiful old town and white buildings, known as the White Dove City. The city has Spanish influences, as it was the capital of the Spanish Protectorate of Morocco in the 20th century. The next stop on your journey after exploring Tetouan is Chaouen, sometimes called Chefchaouen. Chaouen, the Blue City in Morocco, is a popular tourist destination famous for its blue-toned medina in the Rif Mountains. Overnight stay in Riad near Uta el-Hammam square.

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Day 3: Chaouen

After enjoying a hearty breakfast at the Chaouen riad, you can spend the day exploring the main attractions at your own pace. The Kasbah is a must-see, as it houses a museum that is easy to navigate. You can also visit the local souks to see the town’s crafts made by its residents. Although walking around the medina’s lanes can be challenging, it is still an enjoyable experience. From the many overlooks in the area, you can enjoy breathtaking views of Chaouen and the Rif Mountains. Return to your riad in the medina for a peaceful night’s sleep.

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Day 4: From Chaouen to Rabat

On the fourth day of our 2 weeks Morocco tour, we’ll leave Chaouen for Rabat. Rabat is a popular tourist destination with remarkable landmarks like the Kasbah of the Oudayas, the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, and the iconic Hassan Tower. These structures belong to the same architectural tradition in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. Apart from the must-see monuments, Rabat offers exciting experiences like museums, bustling souks, and a lovely beach shared with Salé. An overnight stay in a charming riad in the historic heart of Rabat is essential to enjoy all these attractions, especially during the vibrant summer season.

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Day 5: From Rabat to Fes via Volubilis and Meknes

After breakfast in Riad in Rabat, we will visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Volubilis. And we explore the imperial cities of Meknes and Fes. Volubilis is an ancient Roman city of great historical significance, featuring structures like the Temple of Jupiter, mosaics, and the Arch of Caracalla. After visiting an archaeological treasure, we’ll head to Meknes, one of Morocco’s Imperial Cities. Meknes became an Imperial City during the reign of Sultan Moulay Ismail. The city has a grand mausoleum, a captivating medina, and remnants of an impressive city wall, including the famous Bab Mansour. Meknes is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. We’ll travel to Fes after sightseeing in Meknes. Fes is a UNESCO-listed Imperial City and a popular tourist attraction in Morocco. Overnight stay in a riad in Medina.

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Day 6: Fes

During your 2 weeks in Morocco, you’ll have the chance to explore Fes, one of Morocco’s imperial cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After breakfast at the riad, a local guide will take you on a walking tour of the medina’s historical center. You’ll visit significant landmarks such as the Karaouine Mosque and University, which is one of the oldest in the world, as well as the Bou Inania and Cherratine Madrasahs, the Mausoleum of Moulay Idris, the Tanners’ Quarter, and the Mellah (Jewish quarter) or the Royal Palace, featuring the impressive Golden Gates. Finally, you’ll spend the night at the riad.

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Day 7: From Fes to Merzouga Desert Dunes

We will begin our journey to the Sahara Desert today, leaving Fes after breakfast. Our first stop will be Ifrane, known as the “Moroccan Switzerland” due to its mountainous setting and Alpine-style architecture. We’ll visit Cedar Forest and meet Barbary macaques there. We will stop for lunch and take pictures. Next, we will drive through the Ziz Valley, the Oasis of palm groves. Our next destination is Erfoud, a town famous for its dinosaur fossils.

Finally, we’ll arrive at Merzouga, the southernmost point of our trip. In Merzouga, we’ll switch to dromedaries to explore the Erg Chebbi dunes and see a fascinating sunset. After a two-hour ride, we’ll arrive at our luxury camp in the desert, where we’ll have Berber tea and dinner. We will end our day with music and dance around the fire, enjoying the starry desert sky for a magical night in the Sahara.

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Day 8: Merzouga Desert - Khamlia - Nomads

We will wake up early in the desert to catch the beautiful sunrise. Then, we’ll ride camels to Merzouga, and our driver will take us on a tour of the Sahara region. Along the way, we’ll visit the Khamlia village to enjoy a traditional Gnawa music performance, an essential aspect of local culture. We’ll also see the Mifiss mines and Tissardmine Oasis, where we can learn about Kohl, a historical product of the area. Later, we’ll have lunch and meet some of the Berber people who live in the region to learn about their way of life. Finally, we’ll return to Merzouga and spend the night in a hotel near the erg Chebbi dunes.

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Day 9: From Merzouga Desert to Ouarzazate via Todra Gorges

On the ninth day of your 2 weeks tour in Morocco, we will leave the Erg Chebbi dunes and visit Rissani’s medina. Next, we will explore several beautiful places, including the Dades Valley, the Valley of the Roses, Thousand Kasbahs Road, and Todra Gorges. The Todra Gorges, a stunning canyon, is popular with climbers and travelers. We will take a break for lunch and snap some pictures before continuing to our final destination, Ouarzazate. In Ouarzazate, we will visit the Kasbah of Taourirt and tour the film studios. Finally, we will stay overnight in the city of Ouarzazate.

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Day 10: From Ouarzazate to Taghazout via Ait ben Haddou Kasbah

We will start our journey after breakfast in Ouarzazate and make our first stop at the fortified village of Ait Ben Haddou. This village is famous among Game of Thrones fans for appearing in the third season. It was once a stop for caravan routes connecting Marrakech and Timbuktu and is now a World Heritage Site. We’ll stop here for lunch and take some time to explore. Next, we’ll visit Taznakht, a Berber community known for its carpet-making and crafts. We’ll also visit Taliouine, which has a saffron field, and Taroudant, often called Little Marrakech. Finally, we’ll reach our destination, Taghazout, a top destination for sun and beach tourism. We’ll be staying overnight in a hotel in Taghazout.

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Day 11: From Taghazout to Essaouira via Imsouane

We’ll enjoy a delicious breakfast on the eleventh day of the tour at a hotel in Taghazout. Then, we’ll travel north, passing through large argan groves. Our first stop will be Imsouane, where we’ll have fresh fish caught at the harbor and cooked traditionally. Next, we’ll visit Sidi Kaouki, which has wild beaches for swimming, depending on the weather. We’ll stop for lunch and take panoramic pictures before heading to Essaouira, our third destination of the day. Essaouira is often called the ‘city of the wind’ and was formerly known as the Portuguese Mogador.

You’ll have plenty of free time to explore its UNESCO-listed medina and maritime fortress that appeared in Game of Thrones. You can also enjoy beach horseback or camel riding, quad biking through the dunes, or water sports like kite surfing, windsurfing, or jet skiing. We’ll spend the evening in a lovely riad in the heart of the old city.

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Day 12: From Essaouira to Marrakech

We’ll begin the day with a tasty breakfast at your riad in Essaouira. After that, we’ll travel less than 200 kilometers to Marrakech, known as the Red City. Once we arrive, you’ll have free time to explore at your own pace. You can use this time to visit some of the top sites that interest you, such as El Badi Palace, Majorelle Gardens, Marrakech Museum, and Yves Saint Laurent Museum. Alternatively, you can spend the day shopping in the traditional medina souks or modern stores in the Gueliz neighborhood. After you decide what to do, you spend the night relaxing in a medina riad. The next day, a guided adventure awaits you in Marrakech.

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Day 13: Marrakech

During your 2 weeks trip in Morocco, you will get the opportunity to discover Marrakech, which is one of Morocco’s imperial cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After breakfast at the riad, a local guide will accompany you on a walking tour of the historical sites. Marrakech is famously known as the “Red City” due to the distinct color of its buildings. These monuments are home to many famous attractions and have a rich history. You will explore renowned landmarks such as the Koutoubia Mosque, famous for its minaret that has inspired similar structures. Next, we will discover the Saadian Tombs, Ben Youssef Madrasa, and the Bahia Palace. We will also explore the Medina’s souks, artisanal neighborhoods, and the lively Jemaa el-Fna Square intangible cultural heritage of humanity. Finally, we will spend the night at a riad in the Medina of Marrakech.

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Day 14: Marrakech - Airport

On the last day of your 2 weeks tour in Morocco, you will have breakfast at your riad in Marrakech. After breakfast, we will drive you to the airport. If you have extra time before your flight, you can go shopping or take a final walk in Marrakech. Our driver will arrive on time to take you to the airport, and our services will end. We hope you enjoyed your tour and look forward to seeing you again soon for another incredible adventure in Morocco.

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14 days tour from Tangier includes the following Activities:

In the 14 days that make up this two weeks in Morocco, we offer the necessary services to enjoy the experience:

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Price and Booking: 2 weeks in Morocco

Our 14-day tour in Morocco starts at €1680 per person in a private 4×4. Please note that the final cost may vary depending on a few factors, such as the number of people traveling, the type of accommodation you choose, and when you plan to travel. The more people you have in your group, the lower the cost per person. Our tour is available daily, so you can enjoy this unforgettable adventure whenever you want. Book now to explore Morocco’s timeless wonders in an immersive and affordable way.

Discover Morocco: 2 Weeks Tour in Morocco Map

Enjoy 2 weeks tour in Morocco from Tangier to Marrakech, exploring the Atlas Mountains, ancient medinas, and the Sahara Desert. With expert guides leading the way, discover hidden gems and iconic landmarks that make Morocco an enchanting destination. This tour promises new adventures and unforgettable experiences that will leave you with lasting memories and a newfound appreciation for the beauty of Morocco.

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Gallery: 14 days Morocco tour from Tangier

Discover the beauty and culture of Morocco with a 12-day tour starting from Tangier. You will witness stunning landscapes and cultural wonders during your journey. Our gallery features images of vibrant markets, majestic Atlas Mountains, and breathtaking Sahara Desert sunsets. You will also experience ancient medinas, desert oases, and the warm hospitality of Berber communities along the way. Each image captures a moment of discovery and adventure, giving you a glimpse into the unforgettable experiences that await you on our journey from Fes to Marrakech.

Transportation Method:

During our tours, we provide transportation using a 4×4 vehicle that can navigate different terrains, ensuring a comfortable and safe journey for all participants. This vehicle also allows us to explore off-the-beaten-path locations. Accompanying the group are experienced and multilingual drivers who provide guidance and commentary. Additionally, we offer a Ford 8 seater van, a Mercedes Benz sprinter minibus that can seat eight to seventeen passengers, and other comfortable automobiles.

What to Bring:

Pack comfortable clothes, sun protection, sturdy footwear, a small bag, toiletries, medications, travel documents, a camera or smartphone, electrical adapters, local currency and credit cards, and travel insurance. Enjoy your trip to Morocco!

Optional Activities and Upgrades:

Optional activities and upgrades are available during the tour, such as guided tours, cultural workshops, adventure activities, or upgrades to accommodations. Check with our tour operator or guide for more information and availability.

Meals Included:

The tour package covers breakfast and dinner. In desert regions, there are limited options. We offer both meals. However, in big cities, we provide only breakfast, allowing you to try different restaurants outside your accommodation and enjoy the city atmosphere. Breakfast is provided at the accommodation, whether it’s a hotel, riad, or desert camp. These meals feature authentic Moroccan cuisine, giving participants a taste of the local flavors and culinary traditions. Please note that lunches are not included in the tour package, allowing you to explore nearby dining options during the day.

Accommodation Type:

We take the highest care in selecting comfortable and serene hotels and Riads for each part of the tour. Whether you prefer standard or luxury accommodations, we make every lodging option meet your expectations. Please don’t worry- if the riads and hotels we mentioned are unavailable, we will provide you with accommodations of a similar standard and charm. These accommodations will offer the same comfort level and hospitality throughout your journey.

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Additional Costs:

Our tour package covers most essentials but does not include international flights, travel insurance, meals, optional activities, and personal expenses. We aim to provide transparent pricing, so feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Suitability for all ages and fitness levels

While the tour involves some walking and outdoor activities, it is generally suitable for participants of all ages and fitness levels. However, certain activities, such as camel treks in the desert or walking tours of historic sites, may require moderate physical exertion. If you have any specific concerns or mobility issues, please inform us in advance, and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

Booking and Reservation Process:

Get in touch with us via email, WhatsApp, or our social media channels. Let us know the number of travelers, your accommodation preference – standard or luxury, and the date of the tour if you have a specific one in mind. If you don’t have a plan yet, we’ll help you create one from scratch. Just provide us with any other details you’d like to include in your itinerary. We look forward to hearing from you! Please note that we only require a 10% deposit to confirm your booking.

Why Choose Us

We only require a 10% deposit to secure your reservation. We offer a variety of extra activities, such as buggy rides, quad biking, and romantic dinners in the desert to enhance your adventure. Also, we specialize in creating memorable celebrations for special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, and more. Moreover, we understand the importance of catering to diverse dietary needs. We proudly provide vegan and vegetarian options. Choose us for your Moroccan adventure and experience it for yourself.


Enjoy the tour a lot. The tour guide is a big help. More than we anticipated, he gave us information on the culture, daily routine, education, etc. The experience was excellent overall in every manner, but our guide Hassan was particularly instrumental in making it fun and simple.Enjoy the tour a lot. The tour guide is a big help. More than we anticipated, he gave us information on the culture, daily routine, education, etc. The experience was excellent overall in every manner, but our guide Hassan was particularly instrumental in making it fun and simple.


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Exploring Morocco for 14 days provides an opportunity to immerse yourself in the country’s rich cultural tapestry and diverse landscapes. From the epic mountain ranges to ancient ruins and vast deserts, along with the warmth of its people, there’s much to discover. Let me know if you have specific questions about the itinerary or if there’s anything specific you’d like to focus on during your journey. Whether it’s historical sites, natural wonders, or cultural experiences, Morocco has a lot to offer.