Morocco Itinerary 15 Days


This fantastic Morocco Grand Tour is designed to take you through the most exquisite destinations in Morocco.

Your journey begins with flexibility, allowing you to choose Casablanca, Marrakech, Tangier, Agadir, or any place in Morocco as your starting point. The team of luxury tours agency will warmly welcome you at the airport or your chosen lodge. Over the course of these two weeks travel, we’ll explore a multitude of captivating locations, including Essaouira, Berber Villages in Atlas Mountains, Rabat, the blue city, Fez, Marrakech, and countless other picturesque spots in between. And of course, no Moroccan adventure is complete without a camel ride and desert camping. This iconic experience not only offers a fun and memorable journey but also provides a unique perspective on the mesmerizing desert landscape. Throughout the Morocco one-week itinerary , you’ll be treated to a stunning panorama of Morocco, from the northern reaches to the southern expanse.

Here’s the night-by-night plan for your Luxury Private Morocco one-week itinerary:

  • First night in Casablanca, Tangier or Marrakech
  • 2 nights in Chefchaouen
  • 2 nights in Fez
  • 2 nights in the desert
  • 1 night in Dades valley
  • 1 night in Ouarzazate
  • 3 nights in Marrakech
  • 1 night in Essaouira
  • Last night in Marrakech or Casablanca (It depends on departure)



Arrive at airport in Marrakech, Casablanca, Tangier or any place in Morocco. Meeting with the driver, then transfer to your hotel to relax before we take a short sightseeing tour of Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco and the country’s most cosmopolitan city. We will visit the Hassan II Mosque – one of the largest mosques in the world.

Breakfast at your hotel then heads toward Rabat, the capital of Morocco and one of the imperial cities in the country. We will explore the most attractions in the city. Oudaya, the old medina, Shalla, and Hassan tower. After the lunch break, we will drive to Chefchaouen (the blue city). It is one of the most picturesque and photogenic towns in the world. You will have time on your own.

Overnight in Chefchaouen.

After your breakfast, we will take a walk along its quiet streets, where life flows unhurriedly, which has not changed at all over the past centuries, and admire the panorama of the city from the observation deck on the mountain. You will have free time for independent walks and shopping. Afterward, we will drive to Akchour waterfall and enjoy the beautiful view from the mountains. in the afternoon we will visit the Spanish mosque, and also enjoy the sunset that looks amazing in that place during the evening.

Overnight in Chefchaouen.

Breakfast at the hotel and check out. Transfer to Volubilis which is around 3hrs drive from Chefchaouen. We will visit the ruins of the city of Volubilis(UNESCO world heritage) which was founded in the 40s BC. – It is one of the best-preserved monuments of the Roman era in North Africa. The ruins are vast in area and spread among picturesque green fields. It has impressive administrative buildings, palaces, and baths with beautiful mosaics. Then we will continue to Meknes one of the imperial cities. We will have a short tour of the city and lunch break before we continue to Fez for the overnight.

We will do sightseeing in the cultural and religious capital of the Kingdom. You will plunge into the magical atmosphere of a medieval oriental city, walk along the crooked and narrow streets of the ancient Medina, and get acquainted with the numerous historical and architectural monuments that adorned the former capital of the Kingdom of the Sultans from the Merinid and Alaouite dynasties. Most of these monuments are excellent examples of the Moorish architectural style. You will visit the Bu Inanya mosque, see the madrassas (Muslim universities), Nejarin square, and the fountain. you will find yourself in the handicraft quarters, where leather and pottery craftsmen work according to the technology they inherited from their grandfathers and great-grandfathers, whose secrets are carefully transferred from generation to generation. Then we will continue to the Jewish quarter that is still present now. It shows the co-existence of the 2 communities, Muslims and Jewish.

Today, the departure towards the desert. After breakfast, we check out and go to Merzouga, It is one of the longest journeys, around 7hrs drive, but with the change of landscapes, we will enjoy the time. On the way, we will stop at Ifrane which has a European nature and climate, parks with lakes and chalets, a ski resort, and an abundance of snow in winter giving the town the nickname “Moroccan Switzerland”. In the vicinity of Ifrane, we will be able to admire the majestic Atlas cedars and feed the wild monkeys on our way to Azrou. The monkeys are friendly, they like when someone feeds them. Lunch stop in Midelt. Further, our path will run through the gorge and the valley of the Ziz River, and as we approach Er-Rashidia, the landscape will change to a desert one.

Overnight will be in Merzouga.

In the morning, and after having your breakfast at the hotel, we will meet the 4×4 driver so we can have an excursion in the dunes, then have a cup of tea with Nomads in the desert, and see how they arrange to live in the desert. Later, we will go to Khamilia to enjoy Gnaoua’s performance. arrival in the small village of Merzouga at the foot of the white sand dunes, In the afternoon, we will have camel rides to the camp in the desert, the camp – accommodation has comfortable beds, individual showers, and toilets. At night, we will have a Moroccan dinner, enjoy playing drums around the fire, and listen to songs by Berbers in the desert. In addition, enjoy the stars in the clear sky.

Overnight in the camp.

We will wake up with the first rays of the sun to see the sunrise over the stunning and silent sand dunes. This moment will become one of your most vivid impressions of Morocco!
After breakfast, we will return to the village of Merzouga and continue our journey to Dades. On the way, we will pass by Rissani which has “The fossil factory”, where you can see the many fossils that this region is rich in. After about 3 hours, we will stop for a panoramic photo near the picturesque town of Tinghir in the middle of a large palm oasis. Next, we will continue to the famous Todra Gorge, We will walk along the gorge and have lunch at a local restaurant. We will continue our journey through the amazing village of Dades.

Overnight in Dades.

After your breakfast, we will have a short drive to Dades gorges, then continue our way to Ouarzazat. We will pass by Mgouna where the roses festival takes place every year. We will continue our journey to Skura oasis. It is a fertile palm oasis cut through by several rivers. Villages and fields are full of olive trees, figs, and pomegranates nestled among date palms and a desert landscape. We are allowed to have a tour in the valley as well as discover Kasbah Amridil which is a fortified kasbah in the oasis of Skoura. It is one of the most magnificent kasbahs in Morocco. Transfer to Ouarzazate which is 30 minutes drive from Skura. This city is often called the “Hollywood of Morocco” due to the fact that many historical films were filmed in this city. Kasbah Taurirt is one of the historical places in the city, we can visit the Kasbah, then visit Cinema Museum, Atlas film studio.

Overnight in Ouarzazate.

Next, we will have a short drive to Ait Ben Hadou, the world UNESCO heritage, this place is attracted by many visitors as it is the place where the Game Of Thrones were filmed. After our visit that will last for 1hr, we will move to Marrakesh through the highest Atlas Mountains, Tizi n-Tishka at an altitude of 2260 m (3.5-4 hours excluding stops). We’ll be making photo stops along the way, so it’s worth stocking up on warm clothes!. This is one of the most picturesque roads in Morocco, which offers views of the green river valleys with adobe villages and the ruins of ancient kasbahs. Afterward, we will head toward Marrakech. We can have some rest in the hotel, you can have time on your own.

After breakfast at the hotel, the whole day will be devoted to visiting the historical city of Marrakesh, the“Pearl of the South.” Since the city was one of the capitals of the Kingdom during the reign of the three dynasties of the Moroccan sultans, It got a large number of museums and architectural monuments. Each Monument in the city is a piece of art. The whole morning will be devoted to getting to know them (the Koutoubia Mosque, the Manara Pavilion surrounded by olive plantations, the tombs of the Saadian sultans, a fine example of palace architecture the Bahia Palace, El Badii palace, and the Majorelle Gardens. After lunch, you will visit the most colorful market in Morocco and the famous Jemaa El Fna square. This is a real theater in the open air where you will see snake charmers, healers, sorcerers, merchants of fruits, and exotic spices.

We have different options, we can go day trip to Ozoud waterfall, it is one of the highest waterfalls in North Africa, we can enjoy the landscape and the fresh nature in the place. The 2nd option is to get ready for an adventure in the mountain. We will have a trekking tour in the mountains of Imlil. We will have a local guide at the place to explore the village and get most of our tour. We can visit Toubkal national park’s museum, then do the Imlil waterfall trek, it is one of the easiest treks in the region nearby the waterfall.

Breakfast at the hotel. Free time in Marrakesh before we drive to our next stop Essaouira which 3hrs away from Marrakesh. Once we arrive, we will do the sightseeing tour of the “snow-white medina” of the city, which is surrounded by a fortress wall and located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. Essaouira attracts artists from all over the world who stay here to breathe the fabulous air of old Mogador, which was the largest trading port and pirate center of its time. The city has retained its charm to this day thanks to the walls, the fishing port, and the medina.

Overnight will be in Essaouira

After your breakfast, you will have some time on your own in the city of Essaouira, you can go for walk, take photos, have some time in a cafe or go shopping. Then we will return back to Marrakech or Casablanca. It depends on your flight departure

You will have time on your own before the transfer to the Airport for your flight back to your country. End of your Morocco 2-week itinerary.


To combine luxury and affordability, we offer accommodations ranging from 4-star comfort to the world’s most exquisite hotels and resorts.

Price per package

From $4,480.00/person



The best time to visit Morocco varies by region. To explore highlights like Fes, Marrakech, the Sahara Desert, and the Blue City, it’s recommended to avoid the summer months from early June to late August. If planning a trip during this period, consider coastal destinations like Tangier and El Hoceima on the Mediterranean side and Essaouira, Oualidia, Agadir, and Mirleft for Atlantic sides.

Yes, English is spoken in Morocco, especially in tourist areas and major cities like Marrakech, Fes, Essaouira and Casablanca. Many locals working in the tourism industry are fluent in English, facilitating communication for visitors. If you are heading to less-explored areas, away from touristy paths, it’s better to have a local guide to facilitate communication.

Morocco is famed for its rich culture, vibrant markets, and historic cities like Marrakech and Fes. The country boasts diverse landscapes, from the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert, and is celebrated for its intricate architecture and delectable cuisine. With a blend of tradition and hospitality, Morocco captivates visitors with its timeless allure.

Morocco is generally considered a safe destination for travelers. The country places a high value on tourism, and efforts have been made to enhance safety measures. In popular tourist areas such as Marrakech, Fes, and Casablanca, you’ll find a visible police presence, contributing to a secure environment. However, it’s always advisable to exercise standard precautions, such as being mindful of your belongings in crowded areas and avoiding poorly lit or secluded places, especially at night

Morocco’s expansive landscapes and rich cultural tapestry make it a captivating destination. Even spending a month here can be filled with continuous exploration. For first-time visitors, we highly recommend a minimum of 7 days, focusing on Marrakech, Sahara Desert, Fes, and the areas in between. With 10 days, consider adding the Blue City, and for more extensive tours of 13-16 days, Essaouira makes a fantastic addition to the itinerary.