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Morocco is a fascinating land, it has absorbed many influences, but has its own unique exotic culture. The diversity of Moroccan landscapes is one of the main attractions of the country, making any trip a landscape. Desert wilderness gives a way to green valleys full of orange groves, imperial cities all over the plains, breezy beaches along the coast and ancient Berber villages huddled in the Atlas Mountains. The hospitable people are, a mouth-watering food and a harsh climate are the icing on the cake.

Explore the trips designed by local Traveling Morocco Agency specialists to get ideas for your trips to Morocco.

7-10 days is enough time to explore the Moroccan imperial cities at a moderate speed. In 2 weeks, you can spend time hiking in the Atlas Mountains or exploring the coast. In less than a week, the best time to visit Morocco and concentrate: explore Casablanca, Tnagier, Chefchaouen and Fez in the north, or discover Berber culture and traditions in Marrakech and the Morocco Sahara Desert.

Below you will find some recommended roads and itineraries for 5-14 days. Looking for something customized? Contact and describe your ideal trips to Morocco, we will contact our local experts for you

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Popular trip destinations in Morocco
Marrakech · Fes · Moroccan Desert · Casablanca · Chefchaouen · Merzouga · Ouarzazate · Aït Ben Haddou · Rabat · Essaouira · Atlas Mountains · Boumalne Dades · Tangier

Morocco 4-Day Tours & Itineraries

During the 4-day fast trips to Morocco, you need to limit your discovery to one main area. Try to cross the popular bends of the northern Moroccan cities of Rabata, Casablanca, Fes, Meknes and Chefchaouen. If you are departing from Spain by ferry, please travel from Tangier to Fez and spend the night in Chefchaouen on the way. To visit the desert, it is better to fly to Marrakech and visit the Sahara Desert near Zagora, which is closer to the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi… View More

Morocco 5-Day Tours & Itineraries

In just 5 days, you can easily learn about one of the main regions of Morocco. Consider crossing the ring road in northern Morocco, stopping at Casablanca, Rabat, Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains, and Fes in the Middle Ages. If you are arriving from Spain, please make the most of your time to travel from Tangier to Fes and Casablanca. For a desert-centric adventure, spend a day in Marrakech before heading to the Erg Chebbi dunes near Merzouga. Or head to the coastal Essaouira…View More

Morocco 6-Day Tours & Itineraries

Six days is enough to learn about one of the main regions of Morocco, plus one or two days of extra activities or a quick day trip. Consider combining a desert tour with time in Fes, or, if you are traveling in warm summer months, combine the Royal Northern City with a short hike. For a blend of culture, adventure and relaxation, you can fly to Marrakech, hike in the nearby Atlas Mountains, and end your journey by spending a day on the coast…View More

Morocco 7-Day Tours & Itineraries

A week in Morocco is enough to quickly visit multiple regions, or get to know one or two regions in depth. Choose from royal cities in the north, desert highlights, Atlantic coast or Atlas Mountains. Opening the chin and flying can minimize transportation time-arrival in Tangier and departure from Marrakech make longer travel routes possible. Active travelers can camp and sandboard in the Sahara Desert, then hike through the high Atlas countryside,… View More

Morocco 8-Day Tours & Itineraries

Can I spend 8 days in Morocco? You can add an extra day in a region or city to complement the classic one-week trip, add to a day trip to the Atlas Mountains, or spend extra time in the desert on sandboarding and camel riding. Your extra time is also a great opportunity for cultural excursions: visit artisan workshops near Fes, rural markets and villages on the outskirts of Marrakech, or visit the Argan Oil Cooperative near Essaouira…View More

Morocco 9-Day Tours & Itineraries

Nine days in Morocco are enough to complete a fast-paced cycle of highlights through northern cities and desert regions-however, in summer, you may prefer to skip the desert and focus on the coast. Try to start in Rabat, spend a few days exploring the Rif Mountains, and then check out the souks and local artisan workshops in Fes. End your relaxing trip on the Atlantic coast of Essaouira. Make time to fly from Casablanca to Marrakech…view more.

Morocco 10-Day Tours & Itineraries

With a 10-day stay in Morocco, travelers can visit many of the country’s major cities and attractions without rushing, and can explore other preferred regions in more depth. Learn about several imperial cities and camp in the Sahara Desert, combine the classic tourist loop with hiking in the Atlas Mountains, or spend a few days in Marrakech and go to the local attractions before relaxing by the sea in Essaouira One day trip…view more

Morocco 11-Day Tours & Itineraries

After spending 11 days in Morocco, travelers can explore most of the country’s major cities and attractions at an easier speed, as well as some branch trips off the main traveler’s route. Spend an extra day exploring the Sahara dunes or Atlas Mountains, or relax along the Atlantic coast of Agadir or Essaouira.

Morocco 12-Day Tours & Itineraries

After spending 12 days in Morocco, you can slow down and accept things more easily. Break some distances by staying one more night and staying more frequently to learn more about Fes, the desert and Marrakech. Or, take a few days of hiking in the Atlas Mountains around Marrakech and take a break from the more frequently traveled routes.

Morocco 13-Day Tours & Itineraries

During a 13-day trip to Morocco, you will explore the country’s ancient history and adventure through the desert. In Casablanca, visit Hassan II Mosque and Hassan Tower, one of the largest mosques in the world, and then explore the iconic blue city of Chefchaouen. Go camping in the Sahara Desert and explore the ruins of Fes. The center of each city is its own medina, where you can experience the rich and colorful local culture up close.

Morocco 2-Week Tours & Itineraries

Two weeks are perfect for a real trip to Morocco. Spend multiple days in each area, with plenty of time for cultural and adventurous activities along the way. Are you interested in going out to play? You don’t have to choose between sandboarding in Erg chebbi, hiking in the Todra Canyon, or taking windsurfing lessons in Essaouira. Want to immerse yourself in a real Moroccan experience? Book a cooking class, spend the night with a local family in the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains, and visit the Argan Oil Cooperative-all in the same trip.