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Let yourself be amazed by the fabulous grand tour of Morocco in only 14 days!

Let yourself be amazed by the fabulous grand tour of Morocco in only 14 days!

Morocco, located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, is a fabulous year-round tourist destination. The Cherifian Kingdom invites you to explore its rich and diverse artistic and cultural heritage.

Characterized by the mountainous chains that cross the territory from North to South and by the Atlantic and Mediterranean facades that form immense beaches, Morocco is a heavenly corner that attracts lovers of incredible landscapes. The Grand Tour of Morocco in private is an adventure that offers tourists the choice between several activities including mountain sports, hiking and safari in the great Moroccan Sahara. For the lovers of pleasure tourism, Morocco has seaside resorts guaranteeing luxury and remarkable comfort.

If you are looking for sun and culture, the Grand Tour of Morocco is the most optimal plan. The Grand Tour of Morocco is a unique experience offering multiple pleasures: cultural visits of the Moroccan imperial cities full of history, breathtaking hikes in the high valleys of the Atlas. Thus, theprivate Grand Tour of Morocco is sure to leave its mark on your soul and satisfy your desire to leave an indelible memory.


14 days grand tour of morocco program :

Day 1 : Marrakech - Demnate - Ouzoud

  • The Grand Tour of Morocco starts from Marrakech early around 8:00 am.
    We leave Marrakech in direction of Demnate, a small city known by its attractive fields of olive trees. Then, we will go to discover the natural bridge of Imi N'Ifri, where we will enjoy a glass of mint tea and spend a moment of respite and serenity while contemplating the splendor of the surrounding landscape. It is a unique natural artery full of wild valleys and amazing sites.
  • As soon as you arrive at the Ouzoud waterfalls, you will discover one of the most visited landscapes by Moroccans and foreigners alike. On this site located at 110 m of height, you will be with the meeting of a completely wild and natural companion offering splendid sights.
  • Throughout the year, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the special charm of this peaceful region. The Grand Tour of Morocco in private allows you to enjoy several activities that are available on site such as tours on small boats in the river of Ouzoud waterfalls.
  • At lunch time, there are several restaurants with panoramic views of the waterfalls and offering local dishes with multiple tastes. After a short meditation break, you can take a short walk to the top of the waterfalls from where you can have a look at the old mills of the area. Dinner and overnight stay in Ouzoud.
    Distance 186 KM.

Day 2 : Ouzoud - Beni Mellal - Khenifra - Azrou - Ifrane - Fez

  • Wake up early in the morning and have breakfast, then departure to Fez by taking the national road that crosses the Middle Atlas mountain range and passes via Beni-Mellal. The latter is a city known for its agricultural vocation and for its fields of olive trees as far as the eye can see.
  • We continue the Grand Tour of Morocco in private through spectacular landscapes, diverse flora and fauna including limestone plateaus, rivers, volcanic peaks, dense forests of oaks and cedars, sometimes wild boars and signs. You will discover during the way the cities Khenifra and Ifrane. Dinner and overnight stay in the spiritual capital of Morocco.
    Distance 350 km.

Day 3 : Cultural visit of Fez

  • You will discover the city of Fez, the spiritual and cultural heart of Morocco - vibrant, noisy, fascinating and overwhelming - a visual and pungent feast for the senses.
  • Head to the old city, known locally as Fez el Bali, arguably the most fascinating and bewildering old city in the world. The medieval city of Fez was one of the world's great centers of education and culture, both Islamic and Jewish. Its religious institutions and libraries are legendary, its mosques of great renown.
  • Stroll along the winding streets and alleys, past donkeys filled with goods, and explore the specialized sections that divide the souk. Filled with historic khans, mederssas and dye pits, stalls laden with fruit, herbs and soups, and where the squawk of chickens, the smell of spices and the sound of hammering copper fill the air, it's not hard to imagine yourself in the Middle Ages.
  • Spend the day exploring the old city, visiting the Medersa el Attarine, the tanneries and the splendid Fondouk Nejjarine, a beautifully restored 18th century inn. Return to your hotel in the late afternoon and perhaps spend the evening relaxing in this soothing oasis away from the buzz of the medina.

Day 4 : Fez – Meknes - Chefchaouen

  • As usual, we have breakfast and we leave to discover a new imperial city of Morocco. It is indeed the city of Meknes, former capital of Morocco under the reign of Prince Moulay Ismaïl. During your guided tour, you will discover the Hdim square, the Bab Mansour gate, a true architectural work in the world and the granary stables. Lunch will be taken in Meknes then direction to the last vestiges of the Roman Empire in Morocco.
  • Arrive in Volubilis, a small town nestled near the heights of Moulay Idriss Zerhoun where Roman ruins are preserved with its magnificent mosaics. You will then enjoy a free visit to touch closely the remarkable beauty of the Roman architecture and some traces of their way of life. Then, we will continue our program to Chefchaouen.
  • Chefchaouen, or the blue city, is without doubt one of the most beautiful places in Morocco. Set against a wide valley and nestled between two peaks in the beautiful Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen may surprise you. Its medina has been carefully maintained with striking blue and whitewashed houses, red tile roofs and artistic doors. Much of Chefchaouen was recreated by Andalusian refugees fleeing the Reconquista, so you might feel like you're in the hills of Spain while exploring its streets. Immerse yourself in the relaxed pace of life in this rural retreat.
  • Take an orientation walk with your guide through the old medina and shop for handicrafts, or simply sit in a café and enjoy the passing of time. If you are feeling peckish, the goat cheese offered is a popular treat enjoyed by many visitors.
    Dinner and overnight stay in Chefchaouen.
    Distance : 240 KM

Day 5 : Chefchaouen - Tetouan - Tangier

  • After breakfast, let's start our discovery of Chefchaouen, one of the most beautiful cities of Morocco located on the heights of the Rif. Founded in 1471 by the Moorish from Spain, this picturesque city is a true refuge of serenity and peace. The visit of this magnificent city will include, the discovery of the mills and the laundries, the main square nestled in the heart of the city, the souks of the medina and the central mosque.
  • Departure to visit the pearl of the North, Tangier while passing by Tetouan. The latter is a coastal city known as the "White Pigeon". Tetouan, a city of Andalusian charm, is famous for its lively souks, notably the Guersa Kebira square, and for its fantastic medina, classified as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Then we will visit the Royal Palace located at the entrance of the old Medina. We will take the road to Tangier, dinner and overnight stay.
    Distance : 130 KM.

Day 6 : Tangier - Asilah - Larache - Rabat

  • Morning wake up and breakfast then visit the pearl of the North, an artistic city combining authenticity and modernity. Let's continue our walk to reach the Cape Spartel. This pearl of the North which is Tangier has several beautiful sites to discover including the terrace of the sloths, the kasbah, the large and small socco. Then we walk towards Dar el makhzen which constitutes a splendid museum of Moroccan art with its stylish and fantastic architecture. Then, we will leave to discover the caves of Hercules.
  • Direction the city of Asilah, city famous for its arts and galleries, and located on the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Then let's continue our tour to visit the city of Larache, a maze of streets all leading to the village of Moulay Bousselham. You will have the opportunity to take a walk around the port of this mythical city. Then departure to the capital of Morocco Rabat, dinner and overnight stay.
    Distance : 278 Km.

Day 7 : Rabat - Casablanca - El Jadida - Oualidia

  • Early in the morning, have breakfast and visit Rabat, the current capital of the Cherifian Kingdom. This city has the remains of Chellah, an ancient Roman city and several very old historical sites. Then we will walk to discover the Kasbah of Oudayas which was used as a fortress. Then we will explore the Mausoleum, of the late King Mohammed 5 and Hassan 2, which is considered a masterpiece of modern Moroccan architecture. The capital of the Kingdom, Rabat, is an administrative city housing the Parliament, the Royal Palace, new buildings, gardens, embassies and ministries.
  • Then let's continue our visit, we go to Casablanca. The economic and industrial capital of Morocco and a major metropolis, Casablanca is the beating heart of Morocco where business and major projects take place. This city has a golden sandy coast called Ain Diab renowned for the quality of its entertainment services. Then departure to visit the mosque of Hassan II which is the second largest religious building in the world.
  • Let's continue our tour to El-Jadida, this city with Portuguese charm that has been honored by UNESCO as a world heritage. Visit to explore the Portuguese citadel and its ramparts that surround the coast. Lunch and departure to Oualidia, dinner and overnight stay.
    Distance : 270 KM.

Day 8 : Oualidia - Safi - Essaouira

  • After having had our breakfast, a brief visit to the city of Oualidia is necessary. This small town, historical and patrimonial, is known for its fishing activities, oyster farming and its picturesque landscapes.
  • Departure to Essaouira via Safi, a city with a strong secular port. This city, formerly, was known under the name of Asfi. Under the reign of the Almohad dynasty, the city had a fence based on ramparts to protect itself against maritime attacks from Portugal and Spain. Lunch in Safi, then departure to Essaouira. Dinner and overnight stay.
    Distance : 190 km.

Day 9 : Essaouira - Taroudant

  • Breakfast early in the morning. Day dedicated to the visit of the old medina of Essaouira, formerly called "Mogador". For centuries, this coastal city has been home to a variety of craft workshops including cedar wood carving and woodworking. It is a city that attracts many tourists who want to enjoy the artistic atmosphere that prevails. In addition, the city is famous for the Gnaoua festival and the Alizés musical spring, two grandiose events that attract huge crowds.
  • Direction Taroudant, emblematic capital of Souss. This city is of pure beauty marked by the simplicity and conservatism of its inhabitants. We will discover via a tour the ramparts that surround the city, then the traditional souks housing the jewelry shops, the Berber pottery workshops, the workshops of cut stones and copper.
    Distance : 250 km.

Day 10 : Taroudant - Aoulouz - Taliouine - Taznakhte - Ouarzazate

  • As usual, we will leave early in the morning, after our breakfast, to discover the magnificent views of the Anti-Atlas. The Grand Tour of Morocco in private is an opportunity to cross the argan plateaus of the Souss, one of the most prosperous agricultural areas of Morocco. During this day, we will enjoy a panoramic view of the oasis of Taliouine which is a town famous for the artisanal production of Saffron.
  • Then we will take a break in Taznakhte, a town populated entirely by Berbers who master the crafts of handmade Amazigh carpets. Lunch on the spot. And then we take the road to Ouarzazate.
  • Ouarzazate, called by Moroccans as Moroccan Hollywood, is a city known by the film industry and its fabulous studios. Nestled in the middle of an arid plateau, Ouarzazate has a privileged position at the crossroads of the main road leading to the Sous, Dades and the Draa Valley. Dinner and overnight stay in Ouarzazate.
    Distance : 310 km.

Day 11 : Ouarzazate - Zagora

  • Breakfast and early morning departure to the city of Agdez crossing one of the most famous passes of Morocco, Tizi-n-Tinffite with a height of 1600 m. After tasting a glass of mint tea, we continue our tour, discovering the Draa Valley and its beautiful gardens, oasis, palm trees and kasbah. Then we will take a coffee break in the Kasbah of Tamnougalte. This kasbah, partially populated, is considered one of the oldest kasbahs in the Draa Valley. Lunch and departure to Zagora.
  • During our trip, we will visit a library for the learning of the Koran as well as workshops for the handicraft manufacture of pottery. Dinner and overnight stay in Zagora.
    Distance : 140 Km

Day 12 : Zagora - Nekob - Tazzarine - Alnif - Erfoud - Merzouga

  • Departure, in the morning, for the city of Merzouga through a desert relief dotted with multiple oases and palm trees fields. This road, variegated by fabulous landscapes, was considered as a main artery where the desert caravans passed. During this stage of the great tour of Morocco you will discover the village of Tazzarine, the desert of Alnif as well as the city of Erfoud.
  • Lunch and continuation of our way to the dunes of Merzouga, which is a charming Saharan village of Merzouga feels wonderfully isolated, as the modern world has left it behind. The dunes of Erg Chebbi are the most stunning in the country and are an essential part of any visit to Morocco. An erg is a vast sea of shifting, windswept sand that transforms into picturesque, rolling ridges and valleys. Erg Chebbi is one of the world's iconic landscapes, with towering dunes reaching 150 meters in height. Located at the end of a paved road and only 20 kilometers from the Algerian border, it really looks like a border country.
  • In Merzouga you will enjoy a real experience by enjoying the mythical beauty of the Sahara on camels. The night will be spent in bivouac or under the stars to contemplate the silence and the immensity of the Sahara.
    Distance : 300 km

Day 13 : Merzouga - Erfoud - Tineghir - Boumalen Dades

  • Direction the city of Tineghir along the Ziz valley, dotted with palm trees and Tamaris, a flora very common in southern Morocco.
  • You will live a real excursion in the gorges of Toudra followed by a walk around the palm trees of the region. Break for lunch then let's continue our journey towards the city of Boumalen Dades.
  • We will cross the mythical road of the 1000 kasbahs and the Dades valley, to arrive in the village of Boumalen Dades. Dinner and overnight stay in Boumalen Dades located in the heart of southern Morocco.
    Distance : 360 km.

Day 14 : Boumalen Dades - Ouarzazate - Marrakech

  • After breakfast, return to the ochre city, emblematic capital of southern Morocco. On the way back, we will visit the Kasbah of Taourirt located in southern Morocco and which was used by the famous Pasha Glaoui as his main residence. This last one was the object of a complete restoration by respecting its old architectural aspect. The village where this kasbah is located, magnificent is a craft treasure par excellence.
  • Visit of the famous kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, jewel of the Berber architecture of the Moroccan south, Ait Ben Haddou is classified in the world heritage by the UNESCO, the kasbah was used as set for the shooting of several international films. Lunch in a local restaurant at the kaskah of Ait Ben Haddou.
  • Arrival in Marrakech at the end of the day, and this is the end of this magnificent Grand Tour of Morocco in 14 days.
    Distance : 240 km.
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Highlights of this experience :

Visit the Great Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, one of Morocco's most impressive temples, before exploring the sights of the country's first imperial city, Meknes.

Feel like you've stepped back into the Middle Ages in the labyrinthine medina of Fez, under the eye of a local guide.

Go behind the scenes of Game of Thrones and Gladiator in Ait Ben haddou. This red walled city was once an important stop on the caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech - now it's a filmmaker's paradise.

Take a guided tour of the Roman remains of Volubilis.

Discover the spectacular red dunes of the Sahara Desert in southern Morocco and spend the night in a bivouac under the North African stars.

Experience a camel ride in the dunes of Merzouga.

Discover the beauty of the blue pearl of Northern Morocco which is Chefchaouen.

Discover the most beautiful coastal cities and seaside resorts of Morocco with this magnificent grand tour of Morocco.

Admire the changing landscapes of Morocco from the comfortable seat of a private air-conditioned minibus or 4x4.



  • Transportation in comfortable air-conditioned 4x4 with professional driver including fuel.
  • 13 nights accommodation in double occupancy, half board daily. Our priorities in the choice of accommodation are: authenticity, comfort and quality of service.
  • Access fees to monuments and kasbahs.
  • Half board is provided during the visit and vegetarian food is available.
  • Camel ride.
  • A guide speaking your language during the tour.
  • International airfare.
  • Lunches.
  • All drinks.
  • All extras not mentioned in the program.

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Rated 5.0 out of 5
June 12, 2022

A good circuit to discover Morocco; its population, its culture, its landscapes. The pleasure of beautiful walks and strolls. And well accompanied with a very nice and professional guide and driver. Nice trip…

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Rated 4.0 out of 5
May 13, 2022

Nice trip to get to know Morocco. Very diversified.

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Rated 5.0 out of 5
April 23, 2022

This trip to Morocco allowed me to have a very good overview of the country and I am delighted, it is what I expected. Of course it is necessary to accept the fact that one makes a lot of kilometers by bus, but it is the lot to pay and I do not regret it.

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Rated 5.0 out of 5
March 21, 2022

Very nice discovery of Morocco, its traditions, its varied landscapes, its gastronomy...

A big thank you to Mohamed, an excellent guide passionate about his country, excellent cook,

To be highly recommended!

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