14 Days Private Tour From Casablanca


Discover the diverse wonders of Morocco on a 14 days private tour from Casablanca. Explore ancient medinas, vibrant markets, and historical sites in cities like Marrakech, Fes, and Rabat. Journey through the picturesque Atlas Mountains, visit charming Berber villages, and experience the tranquility of the Sahara Desert. Immerse yourself in the rich culture, savor traditional cuisine, and relax in luxury accommodations. With our expert guides and personalized itinerary, this private tour promises an unforgettable adventure.

  • Private transport (4WD or Mini van)
  • English-speaking tour driver
  • Local guide in Chefchaouen
  • Local guide in Akchour waterfalls
  • Local guide in Marrakech
  • Local guide in Volubilis
  • Local guide in Fes
  • Accommodations (Nights x 13)
  • Breakfasts
  • Entry fees to the historical sites
  • Lunch & Dinner
  • Beverages
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14 Days Private Tour From Casablanca Itinarary

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    Day 1 : Casablanca Airport Transfer and Accommodation

    Upon your arrival at Casablanca Airport, your tour driver will be waiting to transport you directly to your accommodation in Casablanca, ensuring a hassle-free start to your trip and allowing you to relax and enjoy the journey at your accommodation. Sit back, soak in the surroundings, and get ready to experience an unforgettable tour. Overnight stay in Casablanca.

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    Day 2 : Casablanca - Rabat – Tangier

    Our journey begins with a visit to the majestic Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, an architectural marvel that reflects the country's Islamic heritage. Next, we'll continue to Rabat, where the historic Hassan Tower awaits, offering a glimpse into Morocco's rich past. Explore the enchanting Oudaya Kasbah, with its charming streets and picturesque views, before we head to Asilah for a walking tour. Discover the town's vibrant art scene, adorned with captivating murals and a bohemian atmosphere. Finally, we'll reach the city of Tangier for an overnight stay.

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    Day 3 : Tangier – Chefchaouen

    The journey starts with free time in Tangier Medina, and then we visit Hercules caves & Cap Spartel. The final stop is Chefchaouen, the blue-washed buildings of its old town. Its shady main square of Place Outa el Hammam is known as the red-walled Kasbah, a 15th-century fortress and dungeon, Ethnographic Museum, and the octagonal minaret nearby. Free time and overnight stay in Chefchaouen.

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    Day 4 : Chefchaouen Sightseeing

    Following breakfast, you have the option of a guided tour of the weaving Medina or exploring the local markets at your own pace to discover the distinct offerings of the Moroccan highlands. If you wish, we can also organize a half-day (4-hour) trek to the Akchour waterfalls.

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    Day 5 : Chefchaouen to the Cultural Capitol of Morocco

    After breakfast, we will continue our journey to the Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the best-preserved Roman ruins in North Africa. This essential Roman town features gorgeous mosaics that give you a unique perspective on Morocco's ancient history. We will also visit the nearby town of Moulay Idriss, where Moulay Idriss I, who brought Islam to Morocco, is interred. Moulay Idriss is considered to be the holiest town in Morocco. From Moulay Idriss, we will continue to Meknes, often called the "Versailles of Morocco" due to the grandeur and intricacy of its buildings and monuments. We will take some time to explore its highlights, including the massive Bab Mansour Gate, the old Medina, and Moulay Ismail's shrine. From Meknes, we will continue to Fes for the overnight stay.

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    Day 6 : Fes Sightseeing with Official Local Guide

    Following breakfast at the hotel, our accredited local guide will accompany you on a walking tour of the Fes Medina. Step back in time as you wander through the labyrinth of twisting alleyways - donkeys and mules pass through the narrow streets, savor the aromas from the market stalls where countless spices and perfumes are traded, and explore the leather tanneries where men treat leather using century-old techniques. We’ll cap the day with dinner at one of the many local restaurants of the medina, then settle in for the evening at your hotel.

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    Day 7 : Fes - Ifran - Merzouga Desert

    Early departure from your accommodation, and we'll travel through the beautiful Middle Atlas Mountains, with our first stop being Ifrane, often referred to as "Little Switzerland" due to its unique alpine architecture and cool climate. Take a stroll through its pristine streets and soak in the tranquil atmosphere. We continue our journey and traverse the scenic landscapes of the Middle Atlas, passing through cedar forests and picturesque valleys. Keep an eye out for Barbary macaques that inhabit the area. As we approach the magnificent Merzouga Desert, the scenery will transform into rolling dunes that seem to stretch to the horizon. Upon reaching Merzouga, you'll be captivated by the golden beauty of the desert. Embark on a two hours camel trek into the heart of the dunes as the sun sets and paints the sky with vibrant hues. Arriving at our luxurious desert camp, you'll be welcomed with warm hospitality, enjoy a traditional Moroccan dinner, and experience the magic of the desert night, filled with starry skies and Berber music.

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    Day 8 : Desert Culture + Tea with Nomads + Camel Trek

    Watching the sunrise amongst the dunes is a magical experience and not to be missed. Your breakfast will be waiting for you upon your return, after which you will have the opportunity to visit the nomadic communities around Merzouga, stopping for tea in the souks and enjoying the traditional Gnawa music. As the mid-day sun wanes, we will mount our camels and trek into the pink sands of the Moroccan Sahara; here, we will have ample free time for you to explore and take in the beauty and vastness of the desert dunes. Once the sun sets, a Moroccan dinner will be served alongside live music around the campfire, after which you are free to explore again - this time in the company of a million stars exploding against the pitch-black sky and the all-encompassing silence of the Sahara at night.

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    Day 9 : Merzouga Desert - Todgha Gorge - Dades Valley

    Witness the awe-inspiring sunrise over the desert dunes. Watch as the golden rays of sunlight paint the sky with vibrant hues, casting a warm glow over the vast desert landscape. After breakfast, we'll depart for Todgha Gorge, known for its towering canyon walls and crystal-clear river. Take a walk through the narrow gorge, marveling at the sheer beauty and immensity of the surroundings.
    We continue our journey to Dades Valley, a paradise of stunning rock formations, verdant oases, and picturesque villages. As we drive along the scenic route, enjoy the panoramic views of the valley and its fascinating geological formations, such as the Monkey Fingers and the Dades Gorges. We'll stop for an overnight stay in an authentic riad in Dades Valley.

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    Day 10 : Dades Valley - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech

    After breakfast, our journey begins at the renowned Atlas Studio, where you'll step into the world of cinema and get a behind-the-scenes look at the film industry. Discover the sets and props used in famous movies and TV shows, immersing yourself in the magic of filmmaking.
    Next, we'll visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a fortified village that has served as the backdrop for numerous films and series. Marvel at the intricate mud-brick architecture and wander through the labyrinthine streets.
    Continuing our journey, we'll continue to the historic Telouet Kasbah. Admire the grandeur and opulence of this former palace, which showcases the region's rich architectural heritage. Explore its beautifully decorated rooms, intricately carved ceilings, and vibrant tile work, gaining insights into the area's fascinating history.
    The drive continues to Marrakech via the High Atlas Mountains, where the road winds through picturesque villages, offering glimpses of traditional Berber architecture and terraced fields clinging to the mountainsides. The scenery changes as you pass through lush green valleys dotted with walnut and apple orchards, providing a refreshing contrast to the arid landscapes of the desert regions.

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    Day 11 : Marrakech Walking Tour – Essaouira

    Our local guide will take you on a journey of Marrakech. The tour allows you to visit many landmarks, such as Bahia Palace (The name means "brilliance," a set of beautiful gardens built in the late 19th century and intended to be a palace at its time)—the historic royal necropolis Saadian Tombs dated to the time of the Saadian dynasty. Koutoubia is the largest mosque. Jamaa El Fna, the central and marketplace square. After the guided tour, transfer to Essaouira. Overnight stay in Essaouira.

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    Day 12 : Essaouira at your Leisure

    Free day to explore the coastal wind Essaouira or Taros in Berber. The city attracts plenty of windsurfers between April and November. The town is also well known for its fortified medina, art galleries, and boutique, or watch the fishing nets and traditional boats constructed in the hugely atmospheric port. The city also has a vibrant cultural mix. Overnight stay in Essaouira.

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    Day 13 : Essaouria to Casablanca

    On this final day of your Moroccan adventure, we will leave Essaouira and journey back to the bustling city of Casablanca, continuing up the coastline through quiet coastal towns to El Jadida, where we may pay a visit to the citadel and be able to see the underground cistern. Overnight stay in Casablanca.

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    Day 14 : Transfer to the Airport

    We'll assist you with all your departure formalities and ensure your airport transfers are handled as we bid farewell.