17 Days Morocco itinerary from Casablanca

17 Days Morocco itinerary from Casablanca

17 Days Morocco itinerary from Casablanca. is designed and intended for those who want to explore Morocco in more detail.


17 Days Morocco itinerary from Casablanca, you will have the opportunity to discover the great attractions of the alaouite country: from the monumental imperial cities of Morocco, full of architectural jewels, exciting medinas and souks that you will surely fall in love with, to the Sahara desert in Morocco, where you will discover the most amazing places, which in combination with its people and its beautiful natural charms (among which stand out the huge sand dunes of Merzouga, the starry sky of its nights and the remote Berber villages made of adobe that crown the hills of the area) will make you live an experience that you will not forget.


Day 1: Casablanca – Marrakesh:

After arrival, one of our team would be meeting you at the airport and drive to Casablanca to explore one of the largest mosques in the world.

The Hassan II mosqueis which the largest outside of Mecca and experience the coastal “Cornish” seaside. Then we will head out towards Marrakesh.

There you will be delighted by the dancers, snake charmers, jugglers, narrators, and singers as well as enjoy a refreshing orange juice in front of the numerous workshops. Spend the night in a riad that fits your type of accommodation.

Day 2: Marrakesh Sightseeing:

Following breakfast, you will have a full day tour of Marrakech with a local guide around the city ramparts and the secrets places.

You will visit the Koutoubia Minaret, the Majorelle Gardens, the 16th century Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace, and the Dar Si Said Palace museum of jewelry, kaftans, leatherwork, carpets, chests and doors.

Spend the night in the same accommodation.

Day 3: From Marrakesh to Essaouira:

After breakfast, a short time of 2 hours and half driving would take us to explore the beauty of the Atlantic for the next 6 days. The start is from the charming seaside haven of Essaouira to explore its port and to enjoy the most fresh seafood lunch; also you will be devoted to bathing and relaxing on the beach of this coastal city. On the fortifications of the old town you’ll be able to trace Portuguese, French and Berber architecture.

Its whitewashed houses, cool breezes, relaxed atmosphere along with its friendly cafes, numerous craftsmen and the delicious fresh fish would make this a charming place one of your highlights.

Overnight in a Riad at the heart of the Medina.

Day 4: Essaouira – Agadir – Lgzira beach:

After having breakfast in your Riad, the beginning of our Moroccan costal journey is continuing along the costal road from Essaouira to Lagzira, in which you will be visiting the beach of Sidi Kaouki, Taghazout where you have an opportunity to wind surf, you will also enjoy your lunch when breathing the air of the Atlantic enjoying it at the beach of Agadir.

After lunch we will be driving to Lagzira via the town of Tiznit and place Mechouar, Tiznit city is known by the capital of the Moroccan Berber jewelry.

After that we continue to one of the most famous beaches called Lagzira, Overnight at the Atlantic.

Day 5: Sidi Ifni – Guelmime – Tantan – Louatya:

Following breakfast at one of the most beautiful beaches in Morocco, our journey will be continued towards the City of Sidi Ifni which was a Spanish colony until 1969.

then to Guelmim to explore one of the biggest weekly camel market in Morocco, but wait!!! Before we arrive to Guelmime, there is an opportunity to discover another beach which is considered the longest and widest one that Morocco has to offer.

Lost in Saharan dunes and facing the Canary Islands, this heavenly site was named Playa Blanca by Spanish explorers.

The region is home to all kinds of extraordinary landscapes, between ocean and desert, from mountains to oases. Now we are in Guelmime which is home to camel market.

When hippies “discovered” certain types of colorful African trade beads there in the 1960s, these became known as “Goulamine beads” though they were actually manufactured in Europe, primarily in Venice, Italy. The journey is still continuing towards Tantan where the longest river in Morocco (Daraa River ) flows into the Atlantic Ocean. Overnight at Louatya beach.

Day 6 : Louatya – Khenifiss national park:

Today is the last 130 km driving south, now everyone is excited to camp at the Khenifiss national park.

After arriving at the park, you will be amazed by the area of the park which is 1,850 square kilometers (710 sq mi), by the biggest lagoon at the Moroccan coast, and the inland portion, located on desert plateaus.

The lagoon is also an important bird nesting ground. Ruddy Shelduck, Marbled Duck, and Audouin’s Gull inhabit the lagoon permanently, and a big number of species migrate here in winter. Every year, about 20,000 birds stay in the lagoon area in the winter season including the Flamingo.

Additional to a large area of sand dunes facing the ocean, here you will be sailing in a boat for 1 hour to arrive the area of sand dunes where spending the whole day camping and enjoying the real Moroccan beauty of the nature.

Day 7: Khenifiss – Tafraout:

Let’s drive north east after having breakfast at the camp, North East means missing the ocean and exploring the Atlas mountains, since the Atlas Mountain is divided into three main ranges, High, Middle and the Anti Atlas.

 our journey will be taking us to the small Berber town Tafroaut via Guelmime, the Anti Atlas and the valley of Amlen!; The Berber town is known by its national Festival of Almonds because of the wide spread not only of the Almond trees but also the unique Argan tree; additional to the leather slippers.

Nestled in an enchanting valley, Amlen near Tafrouat is ideal for walking activities, Overnight in Tafroaut.

Day 8: Tafraout – Ait Baha – Argan national park – Taroudant:

After breakfast, you will be travelling to Taroudant via Ait Baha, today you will be experiencing an amazing landscape of the Atlas mountains.

you will be stopping in a beautiful lake in which you will be watching the Berber kids swimming, the ladies washing the carpets, and the goats climbing the trees and eating the nuts of Argan 

Your journey is continuing via the National park of the Argan, here you will be taking amazing photos, Overnight in Taroudant.

Day 9: Taroudant – Ait ben Haddou – Ouarzazat – Rose valley – Dades gorges:

Following breakfast, you will be travelling to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Aït Benhaddou. Situated on a hill along the Ouarzazate River, This beautiful example of southern Moroccan architecture has been used as a backdrop for over 20 famous movies including Lawrence of Arabia, Game of thrones, The Mummy, and Gladiator.

We pass by Ouarzazat one major Berber city in southern Morocco known as the Hollywood of Africa and by the rose valley and overnight in a hotel in the Dades Gorges.

Day 10: Dades Valley – Todra Gorge – Erfoud – Merzouga:

After breakfast in your hotel we leave the Dades gorges and head to Todra gorges Gorge via Tinghir and the lush valley of Todra where you will have a little hike along the narrow and high cliffs of Todra.

Aftwards, we contiue to Merzouga via the dramatic stony desert and the palmeries of Erfoud (capital of the fossiles) and Rissani known for its largest market in the south.

In the afternoon we arrive to Merzouga desert where you get ready and accompanied by a camelguide to go for an authentic camel trek experience of around 90 minutes where you can catch the sunset in the heart of the Erg Chebbi dunes and spend a memorable night with millions of shiny stars, enjoy a Berber dinner, drum party and sleep in a traditional nomadic tent.

Day 11: Merzouga – Rissani – Ziz valley – Midelt:

After you wake up early to watch the sunrise, you will ride your camels back to your hotel for taking a shower and eat breakfast.

Then we continue to the next village to explore Rissani and the local market, visiting some Kasbahs in the area, have lunch with local Berber family, then continue to Midelt via the high Atlas and the beautiful Ziz valley of palm trees, then to Midelt, the city that located between the two ranges of the Atlas mountains, as well as known by the apples, Overnight in a hotel in Midelt.

Day 12: Midelt – The cedar forest – Ifran – Voulibulis – Meknes:

Since you have explored the Anti and the High Atlas, Today is time to explore the Middle Atlas Mountain while driving to the forest of the cedar trees where you will have chance to feed the Barbary monkeys in their natural habitat.

Afterwards, you will continue to Visit Ifran, the Switzerland of Morocco. The journey continues to visit Volubilis, a Roma ruin dated back to the 3rd century BC where you will see the most beautiful mosaics in Morocco. A 30 minutes drive would take us to Explore and Enjoy Meknes.

Meknes is known by the Ismaili capital since it was the capital of Morocco in the 17th century during the reign of the King Ismail.

In this city you will explore the square entertained by story tellers, musicians and snake charmers, you will also see the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the Granary, the Sahrij Souani basin and the famous Gate of Bab Mansour.

Overnight in a riad in the heart of the medina in Meknes.

Day 13: Journey to Fes – Fez sightseeing:

You will be in Fes after a 50 minutes drive from Meknes. After your arrival you will look into Fes and your visit will start by walking in the narrow alleys of the Medina, the Royal Palace, the Jewish headquarter, and the first built Mellah in Morocco. Proceed your visit to El-Attarine Souks where the craftsmen offer the visitor a non-stop spectacles.

Leaving El-Souk through the gate with its green decoration and blue fences, moving towards the amazing Moroccan Museum with its marvelous contains of Art; then an optional lunch at El-Medina.

Next is a visit to the new city in the afternoon. Overnight in Fes.

Day 14 : Fez – Ouazen – Chefchaouen:

After breakfast in your riad, you will leave for Chefchaouen via Ouazen .

After a short time you will be exploring another range of the Mountain in Morocco, which is the Rif Mountains at the foothill of Chefchaouen.

Enjoy Chefchaoen by walking in the beautiful blue alleys, Chefchaouen is well known by goats cheese, don’t miss some. Overnight in a riad in Chefchaouen.

Day 15: journey to Tetouan and Findeq:

Today is devoted to discover several things, including, the two hours trail between Chefchaouen and Tetouan via the Riff.

Furthermore, you will explore Tetouan which was rebuilt by the Andalusian refugees who had been expelled by the Spanish. This is well illustrated by its art and architecture, which reveal clear Andalusian influence, at the same city you will also look into one of the beautiful Medinas of Morocco that is bestowal as a UNESCO world heritage. 35 km from Tetouan would take us to the small city Fnideq.

The city is located on the Mediterranean coast in the Riff region. Overnight in a hotel in Fnideq.

Day 16: Journey to Rabat:

Following breakfast, we will be driving through the high way to Rabat, in the afternoon you will be exploring Rabat by visiting the Mausoleum, walk in the Kasbah Oudaya ( UNESCO heritage site) and see the Hassan Tower.

Overnight in the Medina of Rabat.

Day 17 : Transfer to the airport and of the tour.

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best experiences in my life

Our experience was very special thanks to the whole team. The camel ride in the middle of the Dunes, the food, the music, and the company, under a blanket of stars, made our night in the desert a magical experience <3 Thank you so much! We will repeat soon... Inshala! We recommend you 🙂


The intense ochre color of the sand, the sky full of stars, the experience of riding camels, the hospitality of Mr. Bruno, the comfort of the tents, your people are very special! Thank you very much.

A marvelous experience

An amazing trip through the Erg Chebbi desert. They were very helpful in organizing something special, as I wanted to propose to my girlfriend during the sunset.

A tour you can’t miss!

The tour was absolutely amazing and definitely the highlight of our entire trip to Morocco! Before the tour started, we had a few questions and contacted the team a couple of times, and they always responded very quickly and were very helpful in answering all our questions. We were picked up at an agreed meeting point in Fes and started the journey with our driver and guide Mohamed. The van was very comfortable, the air conditioning was working very well and Mohamed's driving was great. You spend a lot of time driving during the 3 days, so we were very relieved that the trip was comfortable and the time flew by!

A million stars!

It was a truly incredible experience. The guides, Hassan and Rashid, are very knowledgeable and taught us a lot about Morocco. They were flexible, easy to deal with and fun (which is great, because you definitely want to like the people you're with when you're in a car for 3 days with them). We had amazing meals, excellent accommodation, they helped us bargain in the markets and, all in all, it was an incredible trip.
Juan D

A must-do in Morocco

This was the best way to get from Fes to Marrakesh. The minibus was comfortable. Abdul was an excellent driver, while Hamid was an exceptional tour guide. We visited beautiful sites and learned a lot about Berber culture and history from Hamid. They really made this trip special. The accommodation was clean and comfortable in beautiful locations. I would 100% recommend this tour.
Sam T

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