private Morocco Tours 14 days Itinerary, The private Morocco tour is one of the most beautiful and varied landscapes in the world. From the sand dunes of the Erg Chebbi to the oasis town of Mhamid, there is so much to see and experience.
A desert tour is a perfect way to explore this amazing region and experience the best of what Morocco has to offer. This private morocco tour 14 days Itinerary takes you from Marrakech to the Sahara Desert, where you will spend time exploring the dunes, camel trekking, and camping under the stars.
You will also have the opportunity to visit some of the most iconic towns and cities in Morocco, including Fez, Marrakech, and The Roman ruins of Volubilis, near the city of Meknes and Ouarzazate. This is an incredible opportunity to immerse yourself in Moroccan culture and to create memories that will last a lifetime.
Private Morocco tour From Marrakech Highlights
Here are some potential highlights for a private Morocco tour 14 days Itinerary of Morocco:
- The medina (old city) of Marrakech, with its bustling souks (markets) and famous landmarks like the Koutoubia Mosque and the Djemaa el-Fna square
- The coastal city of Essaouira, known for its historic medina and beautiful beaches
- The blue-washed city of Chefchaouen, located in the Rif Mountains
- The Roman ruins of Volubilis, near the city of Meknes
- The High Atlas Mountains, with opportunities for hiking, skiing, and other outdoor activities
- The desert region of Merzouga, known for its sand dunes and camel treks
- Visit the kasbahs of the Sahara Desert at Ait Ben haddou and Skoura.
- Experience authentic Moroccan cuisine during a private cooking lesson.
- Visit the UNESCO world heritage sites of volubilis and Ait ben Haddou.
- In Marrakech, enjoy a peaceful hammam and spa experience.
- Enjoy the best memories with monkeys in AZROU Forest.
- Visit the nomadic family and Gnawa Village.
- The oldest university in the world.There are many other fascinating places to visit and things to do in Morocco, so aMorocco Desert Tour 14 days Itinerary from Marrakech could be a great way to experience the diversity of the country.
Day 1: Arrive in Marrakech or Casablanca
Day 2: Explore the “Red City” of Marrakech.
Day 3: Travel to Dades Valley via Ait ben Haddou and Ouarzazate
Day 4: Hike and Lunch with a Local Family in Dadès Valley
Day 5: Travel to ERG CHABBI via TODGRA VALLEY, and then enjoy a sunset camel ride.
Day 6: Merzouga Desert Adventures “Erg Chabbi”
Day 7: Merzouga to the apple town of Midelt
Day 8: The Azrou Forest connects Midelt and Fes.
Day 9: Investigate Fes, the “spiritual city.”
Day 10: From Fes to “the Blue City,” Chefchaouen
Day 11: “UNESCO SITE” from Chefchaouen to Meknes via Volubilis
Day 12: Meknes to Casablanca via Rabat, Morocco’s capital city
Day 13: Moroccan Hammam/Massage Experience & Food Tour in Marrakech or “Essaouira Day Trip”
Day 14: Depart Marrakech
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||From Marrakech end in Marraech|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive by 7:15 am for a prompt departure at 7:30 am.|
|ARRIVED TIME||Approximately 18:30 pm.|
Day 1: Arrive in Marrakech or Casablanca
Welcome to private Morocco tour 14 days Itinerary From Marrakech, Marhaba! You will be met at Menara Airport (RAK) or Casablanca and taken to your hotel. Your driver will be waiting for you at the airport and will gladly recommend activities for your stay in Marrakech.
Day 2: Explore the 'Red City' of Marrakech.
Marrakech, Morocco’s second-largest city, is known as the “Red City” due to the natural red pigment on its walls. A self-guided tour of the city’s bustling center will expose you to the city’s vibrant sights, smells, and sounds. First, get oriented at Jemaa el-Fna Square, the city’s iconic plaza filled with markets, street food, and performers. To the north, there are souks (markets), to the west, the Koutoubia Mosque & Gardens, and to the south, the Kasbah area with the Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, and El Badi Palace.
After you’ve seen the main attractions at the center, walk through Majorelle Gardens to see the subtropical plants, bamboo, lilies, and palms. You could also visit the Almoravid Koubba, the Marrakech Museum (which is housed in the 19th-century Dar Mnebhi Palace), or the Museum of Moroccan Arts if you have time.
Day 3: Travel to Dades Valley via Ait ben Haddou and Ouarzazate
At 8:00 a.m., the driver/guide will meet you at your hotel or riad. We’ll drive through the High Atlas Mountains in a comfortable 4×4 or van, passing through the highest pass Tizi n Tichka (2260 m) on our way to Ouarzazate.
We’ll travel through Berber villages and make photo stops along the way. Otherwise, we’ll arrive at Ait Ben Haddou’s old ksar around midday and give you free time to explore the ksar on foot. Ksar Ait Ben Haddou is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the setting for several famous Hollywood films.
After lunch, visit Taourirt Kasbah in Ouarzazate before continuing on to Dades Valley and the City of Roses. We’ll pass through Skoura, a lovely oasis with an impressive 17th-century Amerhidl Kasbah, among other things, on the way.
The legendary tour through the valley of thousands of kasbahs is a must-do in Morocco. As it winds through the red Atlas Mountains, Berber villages, and green valleys dotted with palm groves and pink rose gardens, the scenery is breathtaking. Every city and village has both a red kasbah or ksar and a mosque. Various colored carpets hang from the windows.
Finally, in the evening, we will arrive at the “Dades Valley” hotel for the night.
Day 4: Hike and Lunch with a Local Family in Dades Valley.
After breakfast, depart on a leisurely walking tour where you’ll have the opportunity to interact with some local Berber families. Admire the unique architecture, learn about regional history, take part in fun activities, observe traditional farming techniques, and much more. In the afternoon, join a family in their traditional home for a lunch of Berber and Moroccan cuisine. Finish your meal with an authentic tea ceremony before going back to your Boumalne Dades lodging.
Day 5: Merzouga Desert Adventures 'Erg Chabbi'
Day trip by 4×4 through Erg Chebbi’s dunes to discover the magical land’s hidden secrets. At the Gnawa House in Khemliya village, you will meet local nomads, have tea with a local family, and learn about traditional music. Following that, you can rent a sandboard and test your abilities on the dunes, or you can go on a quad ATV tour. Climb the closest dune in the early evening to watch the sunset, then return to camp for another night under the stars.
Day 6: Continue exploring the Sahara Desert and visit the dunes of Merzouga.
Certainly! Merzouga is a small village located in the Sahara Desert, in eastern Morocco. It is known for its sand dunes, which are some of the highest in the country, and a popular destination for tourists who want to experience the desert. The village is located near the town of Rissani, which is the capital of the Tafilalet region and an important market town in Morocco. Rissani is known for its historic market, which has been in operation for over a thousand years and is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The market is a great place to buy traditional Moroccan goods, such as textiles, ceramics, and spices. Both Merzouga and Rissani are fascinating places to visit, with a rich history and culture that make them well worth exploring. Enjoying the Berber Pizza and Gnawa Music.
Day 7: Merzouga to Midelt the apples town
After breakfast, depart Merzouga in the direction of MIDELT, passing through the Ziz Valley, which is rich in fossil stones, and the Errachidia, which is rich in palm groves and Berber villages, before arriving in Ait Shakr at the desert’s gates. In the afternoon, we arrive in Midelt. Dinner and an overnight stay in a riad or hotel are included.
Day 8: Midelt to Fes through the Azrou Forest
You get started early in the morning. After crossing the Middle Atlas Mountains and meeting some apes, we arrive in Azrou’s cedar forest. We drive to Ifrane, also known as “Little Switzerland,” so that for a brief moment, we appear to be in Morocco. Through this strange landscape. We’ll continue on to Fes after lunch. You will be able to admire the beautiful Sais plateaux along the way, with its picturesque green of olive trees, mountains, and ancient views. When you arrive in Fes in the evening, you can dine in a traditional riad or explore the city.
Day 9: Investigate Fes, the 'spiritual city.'
Begin your Fes Guided Sightseeing Tour at the Fès Merenid Tombs, which stand among olive trees and blue agaves and overlook the city. Take a photo, then stroll along the medina’s old curtain wall, stopping at the Musée des Armes, a fortress that once protected Fès. Enter Fès el- Bali via the symmetrical bed, as the sea of rooftops adorned with minarets and domes is too narrow for cars. Apart from walking, donkeys and mules are the best ways to navigate the city’s ancient walls.
When you enter the medina’s main street, Rue Talaa Kebira, you will see lines of shops leading to the Karaouiyine Mosque. The Karaouiyine Mosque is one of the world’s oldest mosques and served as Morocco’s first university.
Continue along the streets to some of Fes’ most important buildings, including Dar el- Magana, a fourteenth-century water clock, and Zaouia el Tijaniya, which houses the tomb of Ahmed el Tijani, who spread his infamous doctrine Tariqq el- Tijaniya (The Way) throughout Morocco. Before the large midday meal, several of these mezas will be brought to your table: Choukchouka salad, Zaalouk salad, Carrots with Cumin Seed, Raisin and Orange Salad, Cold radish, orange, and Fennel Salad. The mezas are usually followed by the main course, which is a lamb, prune, and date tagine, a chicken tagine with olives and preserved lemons, or a vegetable tagine. Fruit/local Moroccan pastries and mint tea will be served for dessert.
Afterward, enter Bab el Ftouh, the “Gateway of the Aperture,” to explore the Andalusian quarter, a residential part of the city.
Non-Islamic tourists can visit Morocco.
In 857, Fatima constructed Morocco’s second-largest mosque, the Kiraouine Mosque. At the turn of the millennium, the Kairaouine Mosque housed the West’s first university and the world’s foremost center of learning.
University of Al-Karaouine: This university, founded in 859, is one of the leading spiritual and educational centers of the Muslim world, as well as the world’s oldest continuously operating institution of higher learning.
Medersa el Attarin: A (Koranic school) named after Attar, local spice merchant. Sultan Abou Sad built it in the 14th century as a students’ dormitory and it is attached to the Kairaouine Mosque.
Moulay Idriss II Zaouia: A zaouia (shrine) dedicated to Moulay Idriss II. Zaouia: A zaouia (shrine) dedicated to and housing the tomb of Moulay Idriss II, who ruled Morocco from 807 to 828 and refounded Fès in 810.
Dar Batha: A late-nineteenth-century Hispano-Moorish palace that houses impressive collections of traditional Fès art. In Fes, stay in a boutique riad or hotel.
Day 10: From Fes to 'the Blue City,' Chefchaouen
We start our day in Fez by being picked up at the hotel and traveling to the Rif mountains, where we will visit Chefchaouen. The blue city is a wonderful place to relax. The city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Morocco, and you can also visit the Rif Mountains and the Medina, which is also known as Chaouen.
Day 11: 'UNESCO SITE' from Chefchaouen to Meknes via Volubilis
Drive to Meknes with a local guide to see the ancient walls with monumental gates dating back to the XVII-century, such as Bab Mansour, Bab Khemis, El Heri es-Souan huge granaries and stables built by Moulay Ismail’s and Moulay Ismail Mausoleum, Place-El-Hedim.
The final stop is Volubilis, an attractively preserved Roman ruin in North Africa. A local guide will teach you about the historical and cultural aspects of the Roman city. Free time to explore the area and take photos. Transfer to Meknes for an overnight stay.
Day 12: Meknes to Casablanca via Rabat 'the capital city'
After breakfast, we’ll travel to Rabat, Morocco’s administrative capital. In addition, a stop at Hassan Tower and Kasbah Uday’s will be required. departing for Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city and economic capital, steeped in history and full of famous landmarks such as the magnificent Hassan II Mosque, Africa’s largest and the world’s seventh largest, with its towering minaret, the world’s tallest at 210 meters.
We will be able to visit both the old medina and Place Mohammed V, a busy shopping street lined by 1930s-era residential blocks, as well as the United Nations Square and the League of Arab States Park with its palm trees.
Day 13: Moroccan Hammam/Massage Experience & Food Tour in Marrakech or 'Essaouira Day Trip'
In Marrakech, a Moroccan hammam will provide you with a relaxing and refreshing spa experience (public bath). Traditionally, visitors are treated to a steam session followed by a scrub modeled after historical Roman bath practices. Following your bath, you will receive a soothing and softening massage with argan and essential oils. Rehydrate with mint tea or herb-infused water before returning to the hustle and bustle of Marrakech for a private food tour through the city’s medina. You’ll try ten traditional Moroccan dishes, ranging from Moroccan sweets to a hearty tagine. Learn about the key ingredients, cooking techniques, and culinary culture of the country.
Cooking class at a well-known Moroccan restaurant, such as La Maison Arab, or somewhere similar.
Day 14: Arrive in Marrakech
As you depart from your Marrakech hotel (or a predetermined location) for Menara Airport, say your final goodbyes to Morocco (RAK). The ride lasts approximately 30 minutes. Your driver will ensure that you arrive at the airport plenty of time before your flight. Have a safe and enjoyable journey back home or to your next destination!
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