19 Days in Morocco
19 Days Morocco Tour from Casablanca
The 19 days Morocco tour from Casablanca. Is a great way to explore all parts of Morocco. In these 15 Days/ 14 Nights, we will visit all the incredible sites. The tour includes Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, the Hassan Tower, and Udayas Kasbah in Rabat. Next Day in Tanger we visit, Cape Spartel and Hercules cave as well as the meeting point of the Mediterranean Sea with the Atlantic Ocean. In Chefchaouen you have two nights to explore what this beautiful city has to offer. On the way to Fes, our first stop is Roman ruins in Volubilis a fascinating place that was home to many colonies like; the Romans, Berbers, proto-Carthaginians, Mauritanians, and the Almoravids dynasty. Later we visit Meknes, and Fes, two imperial cities that have a rich history and Culture. Here the visitors can witness the remnants of the ancient civilization.
The trip continues to Merzouga Desert, passing through the beautiful Ifrane, the Cedar Forest, and also, a stop in Ziz Valley. In which you will experience the camel ride and spend a special night in a desert camp including Berber music around the campfire. The opportunity is still open to make a wonderful full-day trip around the Sahara Desert to explore the nomad’s lifestyle, visit Gnawa, and have a Berber Pizza for lunch. The Tour takes us to Marrakech via the Gorges of Todgha and Dades. Thereafter we head to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which is also a must-visit destination. The last days of the trip will be spent between Taroudant and Essaouira beaches. Later we transfer you to Casablanca, where our tour ends.
Tour itinerary of Grand Tour of Morocco 19 Days
19 Days Tour in Morocco
⇒ Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca
On this 19 days Morocco tour, your driver guide will meet you at the airport and take you to your accommodation in Casablanca. Overnight stay in a riad or Hotel.
⇒ Day 2: Casablanca » Rabat
After breakfast at the hotel, we pay a short visit to the Hassan Il Mosque (the second largest mosque in Africa). It is located directly on a headland in Casablanca, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Then we continue to Rabat, the capital of Morocco and one of the four royal sites. Here we will visit the Hassan Tower, the mausoleum of Mohammed V and the historical Kasbah of Oudaya, which is complemented by a medieval looking little village in Andalusian style. From up here you have a wonderful view of the mouth of the Bou Regreg, the longest river in Morocco. After the visit we transfer you to your riad or hotel in rabat city.
⇒ Day 3: Rabat » Asilah
After breakfast at the hotel, we continue to Asilah, a quiet little artist town directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Dreamy and not very touristy, it is worthwhile to take a short walk along the beach here or just to stroll a little in the small, old medina surrounded by a city wall. Overnight stay and dinner in hotel or riad.
⇒ Day 4: Asilah » Tangier » Chefchaouen
Today we immerse ourselves in ancient stories and legends. We will visit the Grotto of Hercules on the way to Tangier. Check out the ancient saga: How Hercules tricked Atlas and this cave played an important role. Passing the point where the Atlantic “kisses” the Mediterranean, we take a short rest at the ancient lighthouse at Cape Spartel, the so-called entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. In Tangier we visit briefly the Medina and then continue our route inland towards Chefchaouen. There, in this picturesque village of Chefchaouen, in the middle of the Rif mountains, we will take you to your hotel or cozy riad for the evening.
⇒ Day 5: Chefchaouen The Blue City
After breakfast, explore Chefchaouen, which translates as “look at the horns.” This refers to the two visible peaks Djabal Kelaa and Djabal Meggou, which probably look like sheep horns. This blue pearl “Chefchaouen”, situated on the mountainside, captivates with its small alleys and the blue-washed houses, which immerse the whole town in a special atmosphere. A little outside you have the opportunity to visit waterfalls and fountains. Or you can watch the sunset on the plateau of the high mosque. After the visit return to the hotel/riad. Overnight stay in the same hotel.
⇒ Day 6: Chefchaouen » Volubilis » Meknès
Today we first drive to the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you will still find many well-preserved mosaics, ancient columns, temples and outlines of the houses of this once large city, which had up to 20,000 inhabitants in the 3rd century. We then continue to the nearby city of Meknès, another of the four royal cities in Morocco. We visit the grandiose monuments whose builder Moulay Ismail (17th century) is often compared to the French king Louis XIV in terms of buildings, ostentation and power. Among these magnificent buildings are the Bab Al-Mansour, the basin of Sahrij Souani, the royal stables or the huge granaries. Finally, visit the mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. Overnghit stay in a charming Riad at the Medina of Meknes.
⇒ Day 7: Meknès » Fez
Today in your seventh we start the day by driving to the city of fez. Here you will spend the night in a charming riad, decorated in Moroccan tradition with mosaics (Zalij tradition).
⇒ Day 8: City tour in the royal city of Fez.
After breakfast, you will begin your tour of the medina, one of the largest walled cities in the world, with your local guide. You will visit the royal palace and tanneries, the Medersa Al Attarine, the Nejjarine Fountain, and arguably the oldest university in the world: al-Qarawīyīn. Explore the narrow streets with spice stalls, Berber carpets, traditional crafts and much more. After lunch at a local restaurant, return to your riad for the night.
⇒ Day 9: Fez » Ifrane » Cedar Forest » Midelt » Merzouga
After breakfast, we begin crossing the Middle Atlas, passing beautiful forests, rugged cliffs, and Berber villages until we start descending again toward the Merzouga Desert. Halfway we will stop for lunch (probably Midelt). We continue through the valley of the Ziz and the town of Erfoud. Upon arrival in Merzouga, a one-hour camel ride into the desert will be waiting for you. Ride to the breathtaking sunset over the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. Overnight stay in a luxurious nomad tent.
⇒ Day 10: Excursion Merzouga 4*4
Today we will take an excursion in our 4×4. On through the dunes of Erg Chebbi and to the 4×4 Morocco National Auto Museum, famous in this area, which a rich sheikh from Saudi Arabia had built. During a stopover with the Gnawa musicians in Khamlia, you will get an insight into the ancient traditions of this population group, which migrated from West Africa several centuries ago, while enjoying a traditional tea and drumming. Continue towards Mefiss, where Berbers mined eyeliner coal for many years and where the French army lived in colonial times. We will show you the vast plains famous for their fossil finds and stop at a local restaurant for a Berber pizza – the Madfouna. Overnight again in the hotel.
⇒ Day 11: Merzouga » Rissani » Todgha Gorges » Dades Gorges
Rise early in the morning and climb a dune just behind your tent to witness perhaps the most beautiful sunrise of your life. After a Berber breakfast, we will leave the Desert to Rissani for the local market, where nomads from all over the region sell their goods or livestock. There are donkeys instead of cars in the parking lot. There is haggling and bargaining at the market stalls. (almost) everything here. And one thing above all: a glimpse into the lives of the locals – original and unvarnished.
Then we continue towards the Todra Gorge. The high walls are imposing. The crystal-clear water reconciles with the harsh aridity of this area. Bizarre rock formations, river oases, red mountains – all this accompanies us from the Todra Gorge on the road of 1000 Kasbahs to the Dades Gorge. Here you will check in to your accommodation. Overnight stay with dinner.
⇒ Day 12: Dades Gorges » Rose valley » Ouarzazate
In the twelfth day of your 19 days Morocco tour, we drive through The Dades Valley, also known as a Road of a thousand Kasbahs stretches 160 km from Ouarzazate to the east of Tinghir. We’ll stop at Kalaat Mgouna, “the rose city” famous with its annual festival of roses, to purchase the rosewater, and a lot of cosmetics local products.
Continuing on to Skoura and the bird’s valley where the main features are the mud brick Kasbahs especially the Kasbah Ameridil, a well-preserved Kasbah in this area. After some hiking in the valley lunch is in a restaurant overlooking the whole valley. The tour continues to Ouarzazate, “the Hollywood of Africa”, whose geography and beautiful landscapes has attracted many world class movie producers. Here you may choose to visit the studios, containing props used in movies, you may have already seen, such as The Mummy, Gladiator. You’ll get the chance to see Kasbah Taourirt a Hollywood backdrop (Sheltering Sky, Gladiator, and Prince of Persia). Overnight at in riad.
⇒ Day 13: Ourzazate » Taroudant via Taliouine
Today we’ll head to Taroudant via Taznakht the carpet village, stopping at Taliouine to visit the Saffron co-operative. If your visit coincides with the Saffron harvest, you will have the opportunity to meet the Berber women with their families harvesting the saffron in their fields. we should arrive at Taroudant in the afternoon, where you’ll walk within the small alleys in the Medina Hidden by magnificent red-mud walls, and with the snowcapped peaks of the High Atlas beckoning beyond. Babb Taghount is the easiest way into the Medina and its two major souks: The Arab Souk, east of Place Assarag and the Marché Berber, south of Place Talmoklate. Taroudant is often referred to as “the little Marrakech” because most of its walls were built by the Saadian dynasty in the 16th century before they moved to the great “Red City”. Overnight accommodation will be in a local Riad.
⇒ Day 14: Taradount » Agadir » Essaouira
Today we’ll head for Essaouira, travelling via Agadir, where we’ll stop for lunch. In the road you’ll get to see the beautiful Nature of Souss Massa. once in agadir there we’ll take a small walk to admire the fine white sand that rims Agadir’s shoreline. For many visitors, a holiday here really is all about the beach. But if you want to mix up the sunbathing with some sightseeing, Agadir is a great base for excursions and day trips into south Morocco. Continuing to Essaouira, the coastal route offers beautiful scenery, an area famous for the Argan (Moroccans traditionally use un-roasted Argan oil to treat skin diseases, and as a cosmetic oil for skin and hair). Along the way you’ll see herds of goats climbing the Argan trees in the quest for riper food. Your overnight accommodation is at a Riad in the Medina.
⇒ Day 15: Explore Essaouira
Explore Essaouira. We visit the Skala Fortress, this bastion offers picturesque views over the fishing port and the Île de Mogador, the port, Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah Museum a fusty museum has a small collection of jewelers, costumes, from the region. Today you will have lunch in a Moroccan way, bought fishes ‘cooked to order’. In late afternoon you are free to walk and explore by yourself and sit to feel romantic magic of the city. Overnight accommodation at our Riad in the Medina.
⇒ Day 16: Essaouira » Marrakech
Today in our fourteen days after breakfast in your riad we leave to Marrakech city or the red city as it known by we will have two or three stops on the way one for taking picturs for the goats climbing the trees and second in a women cooperative of argan oil and amlou then a stop for lunch. Afzernoon we arrive Marrakech where we drop you off in your riad for overnight stay in the evening you can have a walk on the medina streets and Djemma El-Fnà Square, on its a fabulous market.
⇒ Day 17: Guided tour of Marrakech
Today you will take a guided tour of Marrakech, the southern pearl of Morocco. You will discover the Menara Gardens, the Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs and many other hidden treasures. After lunch at Jemma El Fna square, one of the main attractions in Marrakech, you will continue the tour with a visit to the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque and then drive to the famous Majorrele Garden. The excursion ends with an exploration of the souk, with its stalls full of fresh fruit, mountains of spices, Berber carpets and many other local products, some of them artistic. In the evening you will return to your hotel. Dinner at the hotel.
⇒ Day 18: Marrakech » Casablanca
Today we start our day by picking you up from your riad in Marrakech medina and drive to Casablanca city our route from Marrakech to Casablanca will be just highway so nothing interesting for today, afternoon we drop you in your hotel for overnight.
⇒ Day 19: Casablanca transfer to the airport
Today we transfer you to the airport according to your flight time ends of 19 days Morocco tour.
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Note! this is just a tour itinerary suggestion. If this tour does not match what you are looking for, then please contact us. Keep in mind that the transportation price is fixed. Moreover, the more people join you on the tour the more price less gets. Our accommodations are based on your needs we offer (premium class, middle class and standard). Our team has 10 years of experience in tourism field. If you are thinking to visit Morocco, and you have no idea or enough information about how to do it.
then just tell us what activities you want to do. And the cities you would like to visit. Then we plan the itinerary according to your interests. Morocco itinerary team is always ready to share with you all the information you need and help you get an unforgettable trip, BTW we are open 24/7 to answer all questions without hesitation. So, feel free to get in touch with us anytime.
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What to know before booking this 19 days Morocco tour?
First of all. Bear in mind that our cars are well comfortable, Spacious and with air-conditioning. In our tours we actually offer only the last models of Toyota Prado (if you are maximum 4 Travelers). This will give you the potential to move easily in the car or even have a deep sleep. Additionally, we offer, Minivans like Ford and Vito or Viano (if you are maximum 8 or 9 Travellers). Moreover, if you are more than 9 travelers, we have got for you A van that can take until 17 persons. So, by booking your tour with Morocco itinerary make sure that you will travel comfortably.
Accommodations is one of the most important things that we take care of. In our private tours we offer the best accommodations that are well known in the Market for their good service and warm welcoming. We always follow and check each accommodation by ourselves before offering it to our guests. First thing that we focus in, is the Location (we mean we look for tranquil Riads that are not located in dangerous streets or in noisy one).
However, we focus also, about the rooms if are comfortable and clean or not specially the beds, toilet, and terrace. Additionally, the quality of food we work hard to offer you clean and delicious meals to stay healthy and to enjoy your Moroccan food. Last but not least we also try to find Traditional Riads that is well decorated. So, make sure that by booking your tour with us you will get only private rooms in a wonderful Traditional Riads in the Heart of the Medina.
Driver guide info!
Well! by talking about driver guide so we mean the person that will lead you safely. And show the best of what this beautiful country (Morocco) has to offer. Your driver guide is the person that will welcome you in the airport and goodbye you in the airport. He is the person who will make you safe during your tour. Will protect you from any danger, will tell you about the history of his country. And will try to teach you the Arabic and Berber culture. He is going to serve you and offer you all that you need.
Just order and he will try his best to make it come true. Last but not least if your tour is more than 5 Days you will have the opportunity to make a sightseeing tour in Marrakech and Fes with a local tour guide that will show you the historical places of his city without hesitation.
FAQ of this 19 days Morocco tour?
19 Days in Morocco
is it Morocco safe?
Don’t get surprised if we said Yes!! Morocco is totally a safe country and one of the most powerful intelligence apparatuses in the world. The Moroccan government has taken a great and very good step to spread safety such as increasing police presence in tourist areas and this we have remarked in every city in Morocco Also, in every street, you will find at least two policemen. As a result, the country’s security forces have been successful in preventing terrorist attacks. As we are a travel agency, we advise our customers to avoid as much as possible narrow streets during the night, avoid large crowds and keep valuables secure, and not to talk with strangers unless are a seller, guide, driver, or a coffee and restaurant waiter. By following the pieces of advice above you will enjoy your stay in Morocco with peace of mind.
Travel to Morocco as solo!
Traveling to Morocco as a solo. It might be difficult and impossible in your mind because you believe that it’s an African country there is only desert?? and it’s not safe and it is very poor and and… But the fact is completely different. By traveling with us you will get a private car, a private driver’s guide. And a private room or tent in the Sahara Desert. traveling solo can be an exciting and rewarding experience. However, you will be more flexible to do what you want without any obstructions. Our driver guide will be with you during the whole trip to make sure that you are enjoying, safe and comfortable.
In big cities like Marrakech and Fes, you will have a local tour guide who will lead you safely as well and show you his city’s historical places with an open heart. I think we have said everything about traveling solo and bear in mind that you are not the first or the last who will travel alone. With our proper planning and awareness, a solo trip with Morocco itinerary is a memorable adventure.
The Overnight in the Camp
According to our guests’ reviews 99% of them they consider the night of the desert camp in Sahara Desert as the highlight of their trip. why?? what makes it special and recommended? Well to answer this question we should talk about the reasons!! First, when our customers arrive Merzouga Desert, they find the camels waiting to carry them across the dunes. Along the way a stop will be made in order to catch a magical sunset over the dunes then later they continue to reach the desert camp where our clients get surprised with the quality of their tent which includes a private bathroom, and a very clean and comfortable bed. Additionally, a delicious dinner with Berber music around the fire under a fully open sky of stars it’s the reason that makes the trip unforgettable. So don’t miss to visit the Sahara Desert during your stay in Morocco.
Alcohol in Morocco!
Morocco considers as an Islamic Country with more than 99 percent of the population is Sunni Muslim. But this doesn’t prevent of producing it and selling it. Here are some Moroccan beers and wines; (Casablanca, Stork, Flag, Heineken). If you are wondering where to buy some alcohol, that easy because many licensed shops are selling it. Such as some Hotels, some Restaurants, Bars, or Carrefour (Supermarket). However, drinking alcohol in the streets for tourists is breaking the law and is completely forbidden and can lead to arrest. So please be careful where you drink you are in a Muslim country.
What to bring with you?
while you are reading this article, so you are interested in travelling to Morocco. But you are lost, and you don’t know what to bring exactly. We will talk only about the important things Firstly, check your passport if its valid to travel or not, don’t forget your credit cards, Cash, Flight info, Phone, Charger, Suitcase, and some Medicine because Morocco don’t have the best Quality ones. However, bring body sunscreen, sunglasses, hat, lip balm are very helpful especially in the desert where the weather is dry. Last thing you shouldn’t forget is a secure Day Bag it’s a great ideal to protect your stuff when you venture into public places like souks (Markets).
Summer and autumn Cloths: Oversize T-shirts, short pants, light trousers, a Dress for women, a bathing suit if you want to swim, we advise comfortable shoes for walking, and a scarf to cover your hair and shoulders but if you don’t have one no worries you can buy one in Morocco. Also, a light jacket is very important because some places are a bit cold even in the summertime. To protect yourself from the strong sun we advise you to bring a Cap. Additionally, don’t forget flip-flops.
winter and spring Cloths: Our suggestions are a warm Jacket for the nights and early mornings, long pants (Jeans), if you have fleece, is perfect idea. Also, T-shirt sometimes during the day it gets sunny and warm. Shoes at least two types, Scarf, skirts, is ok, and tunics.
The Wi-fi & SIM Card in Morocco?
If you are wondering how to get the internet in Morocco and get connected with the world it’s simple and super easy. In the airport where you land, there are shops selling SIM cards you just have to buy one and put some Balance on it, and then you get the internet. I think you still didn’t understand in Morocco each shop (Grocer) sells SIM cards and balances. So, you need to buy both. SIM Card costs from 1.5 euro to a maximum of 2.5 euro. For the balance from 0.50 cents to 20 euro, it depends on how much you want:
100 MG costs 0.50 cents available for one day – 1GB costs 1 Euro available for 3 Days – 2GB costs 2 euro available for 1 week – 5GB costs 5 euro and is available for one Month, and 10GB costs 10 Euro. (The best company is Maroc Telcom). Additionally, Wi-Fi is available in every coffee, restaurant, Riad, and Hotel.
What languages Moroccans speaks?
Morocco is an Amazigh country (Berber) before being an Arabic country. How? Why? In Morocco More than 60% speak the Amazigh language for example in the north of the country. There are two main languages spoken (Amazigh and Spanish). in the Middle of the country, you will find people speak Arabic and Amazigh, and in the southeast Amazigh is spoken, in the west you find Amazigh and Arabic. So, if we come to account it, we realize that Amazigh people are more spread in Morocco. And to confirm this the king of Morocco Mohamed 6 is of Amazigh origin. Additionally, in Morocco, you will find people speak, other languages like French due to the French colonial. English because a lot they find it easy to learn, Moreover Spanish due to geographical proximity.
Can I use euro or Dollar in Morocco?
Most Merchants in Souks (Market) are accepting £$ and euro instead of the local Currency (MAD). But it’s going to be difficult for you in other places such as Restaurants, and Coffees because the majority of them are accepting only MAD. Our advice is to exchange your money in trusted offices. Like banks or other shops and don’t never give your money to strangers for exchange in the streets.
What’s included and excluded in this 19 days Morocco tour?
- transfer from the airport
- Transportation in modern air-conditioned 4*4 tourism
- Driver speaking English, Spanish, France during the tour
- Free time to explore the villages
- 1 night in a desert camp
- camel ride in the Sahara Desert (one camel per person)
- Assistant during the tour
- 17 nights in a highly recommended accommodation
- Dinners in ( Merzouga, bomalen dades, ouarzazate, taroudante )
- Tour guide in Fes and Marrakech
- Visit nomads and gnawa in merzouga
- Berber lunch with a berber family
- Cooking class of tagine or berber pizza
- Water in the car during the tour
- Personal shopping
- Lunch and Drinks
- monument tickets
- Tips for Driver and Guide, Nomads, Gnawa, Hotels