If you are fortunate to have 14 days in Morocco, we would love to help you discover this amazing country. From the moment you arrive in Casablanca and meet your guide at the airport, we will show you the many sides of Morocco. There will be somethings that we are sure you did not know existed! Magically chaotic, peaceful, spiritual, deafening and sometimes silent, Morocco is a land of contrast.
Spending 14 days in Morocco is easy to do. You will see the north, with its ancient and modern cities. You will experience the homes and resting place of King’s present and past. You will see the souks of Fes and wonder streets no wider than your shoulders at times. Visit Roman ruins outside Meknes and dine on delicious, fresh local food in the evenings.
Allow us to show you the way. We are here waiting for you to arrive. Our 14 days in Morocco trip will have you visiting all 5 Imperial cities, the Sahara desert, the mountains and the Atlantic sea coast. What a pleasure it is to have some time to explore the complexities.
With a private car and driver, and a licensed professional guide as your hosts, you will have the opportunity to catch the highlights around Morocco.
More importantly, you will have the chance to see the things you can’t see from a group tour. Meet and talk with people in their homes, discuss the lifestyle, culture, politics and religion of the country with your guide and with local guides that we handpick for you and your interests.
This comprehensive trip 14 day Morocco itinerary will have you exploring Morocco from north to south. During your two weeks in Morocco you are starting in Casablanca and you will journey across the Imperial hangouts of Rabat and Meknes before stopping into the Roman Ruins at Volubilis. That’s right! The Romans were here before you. Enjoy the Blue Pearl of Chefchaouen and the Rif Mountains. And that’s just the beginning.
Before long your 14 day trip in Morocco will have you wandering the mystical alleyways of Fes in search of artisans and the world’s oldest university. Find yourself in the cedar forests and sloping hills of the Middle Atlas mountains on your way south.
Your journey will reach a crescendo as you lope into the Sahara desert at sunset on camel back for a night in a nomad camp with a campfire and drum music.
While travelling in Morocco’s southern regions you will cross many Berber villages and kasbah’s, a few gorges to be explored and some lush valleys that just call out for hikers.
On this trip you will even have time to spend at the seaside with 2 nights in Essaouria, a former Portugese fishing village and working port where you can watch the sunrise on the ramparts before heading over to the boats to choose your lunch for the days fresh catch.
Top off your adventure with a few days in the magical and storied medina of Marrakech where snake charmers and fortune tellers will beguile you and keep you (only for a moment) from shopping the souks for souvenirs to take home.