15 Days tour around Morocco:

Day 1: Welcome to Casablanca

After breakfast, you will pick up and transferred to the airport for your flight to Marrakech. Upon arrival in Marrakech, you will meet our representative and be transferred to your hotel. You will have some time to relax or explore the city in the afternoon. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2: Casablanca-Rabat-Chefchaouen

After breakfast, we will transfer you to the port of Casablanca. From there, you will board a boat for a cruise on the sea of Morocco. The boat will pass by the coastline of Casablanca and will stop in the fishing village of Chefchaouen. You will disembark and transfer to the hotel in Rabat. You will have some free time to relax or explore the city. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3: Chefchaouen Sightseeing.

As noted before, Chefchaouen is one of the most interesting places in Morocco. It has an old medina (the oldest in Morocco) with many small streets and alleys, with an atmosphere of peace and tranquility. You will visit the Medina, the Kasbah, the Minaret of the Kasbah, and the Blue City. You will have a guided tour of the Medina and the Kasbah. You will visit the Minaret of the Kasbah and the Blue City. The Blue City is a walled city within the medina of Chefchaouen. You will visit the Minaret of the Kasbah and the Blue City. The Blue City is a walled city within the medina of Chefchaouen.

Day 4: Chefchaouen-Volubilis-Meknes-Fes

The day started at the Hotel Tafraout before we headed north to Chefchaouen, a city located between Fes and Tangier. The drive there was a nightmare. The scenery was breathtaking, and I couldn’t wait to see what it would look like when the sun came out.
In the meantime, we stopped at Volubilis (a Roman site) and Meknes (a city that looked like it belonged in Spain). About halfway through our journey, the mountains started turning purple as the sun slowly came up over them.
After spending some time in Morocco’s third-biggest city, we made our way to Fes, where we spent the remainder of the day walking around and visiting various landmarks such as El Badi Palace, Souks, and more.

Day 5: Fes Sightseeing

The first thing we did was watch the sunrise from the top of a hill overlooking Fes. It was a beautiful day, and I was so glad to have an interesting view of the city to wake up to. We had breakfast at a Moroccan place in the medina before walking around and buying some souvenirs. It felt too hot for sightseeing, so we spent the afternoon relaxing by the pool.

Day 6: Fes-Ifran-Cedar Forest-Midelt-Ziz Valley- Sahara Desert

We spent the morning in Midelt. Midelt is the home of the famous kasbah of the Atlas Mountains. The kasbah is a small mountain village, which is surrounded by the desert. It is a very unique experience to see the kasbah and the desert at the same time. After lunch, we continued our journey to Ziz Valley, which is known for its beautiful landscapes and beautiful flowers. The journey to Ziz Valley is long and winding, but the scenery is amazing. The last stop of the day was the Sahara Desert, which was the highlight of the trip. The Sahara Desert is the largest desert in the world. It covers about one-third of the country.

Day 7: Tour of the Dunes-Visit Nomad Families-Merzouga

On the final day of our desert tour, we were up early and on our way to see the nomads. First, we had to drive past Erg Chigaga, one of the largest dunes in Morocco. What a beautiful view, and we stopped to take a few photos before continuing on our trek.
This follows a visit to a tent camp run by the Berber tribe. They were friendly and decorated their tents with various traditional decorations for us to look at.
As it was so early in the morning, they hadn’t yet prepared any food for us to try. We made sure to ask if it would be okay if we could buy some bread from them later, as it was one of the best things we’d had on our trip so far.
Our next stop was another tent village run by an entirely different Berber tribe. This time around, we were able to get a good look at how these people lived (including their toilet situation).

Day 8: Merzouga-Rissani-Erfoud-Todra Gorges-Dades Valley

we drove back to Marrakesh. On the way, we stopped at Rissani, which is a small town with a very pretty beach. We spent the rest of the day relaxing by the pool before heading back to Marrakesh.
We had an amazing trip to Morocco! It was everything we expected and more. We were welcomed into the Berber culture, and we got to see a lot of beautiful scenery along the way. We highly recommend this trip to anyone who wants to see Morocco.

Day 9: Dades Gorges-Rose Valley-Skoura-Ouarzazate

After spending a morning at Dades Gorge, we hit the road for Boutghrar, crossing the High Atlas Mountains and passing through the Todgha Gorge. The landscape is completely different from the one we saw in the morning; dry and barren, this area is not nearly as lush as the Dades Gorge area.
Our first stop at Boutghrar was to see the palmeries and their variety of dates, especially varieties we can’t find anywhere else. We were also shown how to harvest them—this part was pretty cool. We then rode up a mountain camel and had lunch in a Berber tent overlooking the oasis.

Day 10: Ouarzazate-Ait Benhaddou Kasbah-Taroudant

Undeniably, the most popular place to stay in Morocco is the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah.  it’s the perfect place to see the sunset. It’s also home to a huge market where you can find all sorts of things, including leather goods.
This is a place that you need to be prepared for. You should bring plenty of water, food, and a tent or other shelter if you want to spend the night.

Day 11: Taroudant-Agadir-Essaouira

In contrast to the bustling cities of Agadir and Essaouira, Taroudant is a sleepy town with a small medina and a beautiful beach. It’s a great place to relax after a week of sightseeing.
It’s also a good place to start and end your trip, as it’s the last stop on our itinerary. If you’ve been following along, you’ve already been here, but it’s worth coming back to at the end of your trip.

Day 12: Essaouira Sightseeing

Naturally, we started our Essaouira sightseeing with the Old Medina. This is where you’ll find the old city walls and the Roman ruins.
Essaouira is a beautiful city, and it’s easy to spend a few hours wandering around. One of the highlights is the fish market, which is a good place to pick up fresh seafood at affordable prices.
After exploring the old medina, we walked along the beachfront, where we witnessed many people practicing various types of yoga.
After lunch, we visited the new medina, built by the same people who built the old medina.

Day 13: Essaouira-Marrakech

After a brief ferry ride (the boat had heat, and we could sleep the whole way), we landed in Essaouira and checked into our hotel. We got up early to be one of the first people on the beach at sunrise, and since Essaouira is a fishing town, we saw hundreds of anglers heading out at that time.
We took a bus to Marrakech; fortunately, the air was conditioned (and had wifi!). It was easily the longest bus ride of our lives at nearly two hours. We found Marrakech to be much more touristy than the other cities.

Day 14: Exploring Marrakech

Accordingly, we decided to do a full day of exploring Marrakech. We started with a visit to the Saadian Tombs. These tombs are the final resting places of Ahmed El-Mansour, the founder of the Saadian Dynasty.
Afterward, we explored the city’s Jewish Quarter, which was built in the 17th century. We also visited the Hassan II Mosque, the largest in Marrakech. It was an amazing experience to see this area of Marrakech.

Day 15: Back Home

Our last day in Morocco was spent relaxing and enjoying a bit of culture home. We had a delicious meal at our favorite Moroccan restaurant, and we even got to meet the chef.
We hope you enjoyed this travel guide to Morocco as much as we did create it!

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