The 15 days Morocco tour from Tangier is an interesting discovery tour. From the north, in Tangier, to Marrakech… and back, you will discover the hidden secrets of the country.
This 15-day Morocco tour is perfect for those looking for trips to Morocco with everything included, as it visits the best tourist destinations and, as you can see below, most of the services are cutlery.
It is popular because many jewels of the country are visited, like Chefchaouen, blue city and Essaouira, known for their charming medinas that make them magical and unique destinations. Morocco’s desert Merzouga is also included in the tour.
On this trip to Morocco, we will also visit Fez, known as the intellectual capital of the country. In addition to exploring the red city of Marrakech, we will also visit other very interesting destinations and sites.
After we pick you up in Tangier, we will start exploring the city. It is known as “the door to Africa” and also known as the North Birde, one of the most vibrant, mysterious, and interesting cities in Morocco. Before heading to Asilah, we will make a visit to the Cave of Hercules.
It is here where Hercules rested after completing his 12 tasks, according to legend. During high tides, the cave is flooded since the entrance is oriented toward the Atlantic. The interior of the cava offers breathtaking views.
Our journey of day one ended at Asilah, a small seaside village with a small medina characterized by blue houses and colorful paintings decorated with colorful drawings. Accommodation in a charming hotel.
We leave in the morning after breakfast for Rabat. The city of gardens, Rabat, welcomes you. Morocco's administrative capital.
It is both a modern and traditional city, a dynamic mixture of ancestral and modern culture. Surrounded by a rainbow of colored hillsides and mountains. The city is elegant as a whole with its harmonious gardens, luxury shops, shops, and flowers. Free time to explore the city. Accommodation in a wonderful hotel.
We continue our trip along side the Atlantic, to Casablanca, the economic capital of the country. You will have the entire day to explore Morocco's great city and the famous Hassan II Mosque, one of the world's highest temples and one of the few that allow non-Muslim tourists to visit. Accommodation in a wonderful hotel.
The journey continues along the Atlantic coast, passing through beautiful coastal scenery on the way to Essaouira. world heritage site that maintains the charm and authenticity of a lost land. Hotel accommodations and free time to explore the city.
The last walled fortification on the Atlantic shorelines marks the end of the Mediterranean. The bay of Essaouira, washed by the waves of the Mogador Islands, makes wind sports enthusiasts happy. Charming Riad for accommodation.
Having breakfast at the hotel. Before leaving for Marrakech, a free time to stroll through Essaouira's medina. Upon arrival in Marrakech, you will be transferred to your riad. Free day to get to know the place. Charming Riad for accommodation.
Free day to continue exploring the city's many corners: one of Morocco's four imperial cities. It is famous for possessing numerous monuments recognized as a World Heritage Site, including its famous Jemaa el-Fna square.
You will be able to stroll through its various and distinctive neighbourhoods in the modern city, including Guéliz, Hivernage, Palmeraie, and Mellah (the Jewish neighbourhood). Let us take you through the Medina's winding streets to Jemaa el-Fna square, where jugglers, musicians, fakirs, snake charmers, jugglers... will awaken all your senses with the variety of sounds, aromas, flavors, and colors that characterize it. Residence in a charming Riad.
From Tangier, we continued our 15-day trip through Morocco with a day trip to the 110-meter-high Ouzoud waterfalls, which are situated in the province of Azilal, in the Great Atlas. In all of North Africa and Morocco, they are the most stunning.
They are surrounded by beautiful, colorfully painted idyllic landscapes. In the afternoon, you can observe the local monkeys playing with the tourists and attempting to steal something to eat from them.
We'll leave for Ait Benhaddou after breakfast, traveling via various Berber nomad settlements en route across the High Atlas Mountains via the port of Tizi n'Tichka.
Incredible views on the way to the well-preserved Kasbah of Telouet. The kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, used as a filming location for more than twenty productions including "Babel," is another of Morocco's most well-known and well-preserved kasbahs. It can be reached by following the route from the kasbah's exit.
Our 15-day journey of Morocco will continue from Tangier through Ouarzazate, over the valley of Rosas, and into the Dades Gorges, where the fabled "Route of a Thousand Kasbahs" begins. A night at the cozy hotel in Dades Valley, with a delicious dinner.
Hotel breakfast. We travel to the Todra Gorges, where we may have a relaxing stroll along the canyon's towering walls (which reach heights of over 200 meters) before emerging into the desert via the Tafilalet Palm Grove.
Enjoy the beautiful scenery as you arrive at your accommodation at the base of the dunes and have a stroll across the soft sands of Erg Chebbi. This evening, you will indulge in a traditional Moroccan meal. Stay in the hotel room that has all the charm.
After a hearty Moroccan breakfast, we'll load up the 4x4 and head out to explore the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi in the Moroccan desert. Among the many stops in store for you are the homes of local nomadic communities, a desert oasis in the middle of nowhere, breathtaking scenery, quaint desert towns, palm groves, and much more. Having to make a pit break in the Mali town of Khamlia, where the locals will treat us to a concert of wonderful Gnawa music as we sip on some delicious tea.
Before returning to the hotel, we will ride our dromedaries for an hour and a half through the dunes and into the heart of the desert to take in the breathtaking sunset. Spend the night in a lovely nomad tent surrounded by the Great Dune, sipping Moroccan tea while gazing at the vast starry sky and listening to the rhythm of drums.
We get up before dawn to witness nature's greatest spectacle, the sun rising over the horizon of the Moroccan Sahara's sand dunes. Your dromedaries will be waiting for you outside, and you will get back on them to return to the hotel through a different route.
Breakfast and shower, and we made our way to Rissani. Where we will walk by what is recognized as the most authentic and traditional souk in Morocco, and the largest in the south of the country, where it is exchanged with all types of handicrafts, food, and animals.
Crossing the spectacular Ziz Valley, home to more than 18,000 palm trees, we arrive in Midelt via Erfoud, the ancient gate of the desert and a city known for its fossil-related industry. Dinner and a night in a charming hotel.
After breakfast, we'll head to the city of Meknes to explore the historic ruins of Volubilis, a major Roman settlement in the area. The plan is to keep traveling until we reach Fez, and then spend the rest of the day exploring the city. Charming lodgings for the night.
One of the four imperial cities, Fes is open all day for your pleasure. The city of Fes represents the spiritual and cultural heart of Morocco.
Many Moroccan students see it as a rite of passage to attend this university, which is well-known for its programs in Arabic and Islam.
You will have time to walk around Fes and to get to know its different neighborhoods; The Mellah (Jewish quarter) is located in the city's new section, or Fès el-Jdid, while the Ville Nouvelle (French New Town) is located in the city's northwest. Finally, the old area, -Bali, is located within the city's walls.
The maze-like streets take you back in time, where potters, smiths, and craftsmen with their donkeys laden with goods from all over the world coexist with the tourists who pass through.
In addition, the souk of the tanners is well-known for allowing visitors to participate in the process through which medieval-era artisans dye leather in such vibrant colors. Lovely Riad to stay at while in Fes.
Trip to Chefchaouen begins in early morning. Chefchaouen, which translates to "look at the horns," is a beautiful town in the Rif Mountains. The town is named after the Tisouka and Megou mountains, which tower over the community like two horns. A city devoid of heavy vehicular traffic, where the crisp, clear air begs you to linger and explore. Lovely Riad to stay at while in Chefchaouen.
Heading back to Tangier and transfer to the airport. The end of our 15 Days Morocco Tour From Tangier.