Morocco Itinerary: See Morocco In Two Weeks Without A Guide

Chefchaouen Morocco |

Planning your Morocco itinerary? Before arriving in Morocco, I did a lot of research trying to figure out what to do, where to go, what to eat, etc. I’m particular when it comes to traveling so I searched travel blogs, fashion blogs, guidebooks, Tripadvisor, got recommendations from friends, and more. It took a lot of time and work to plan out this ideal two-week Moroccan itinerary.


How to spend 2 weeks in Morocco |

To recap, my brother and I drove from Madrid to the south of Spain. We stopped in Sevilla and then spent a night in Algeciras to get ourselves ready for the ferry ride over.  We are independent travelers and not the type to take tours so we rented a car in Tangier and navigated the country ourselves. If I was alone, I would not have been confident enough in my driving skills to do this so I was lucky to have my brother and sister in law drive. In turn, I planned the best trip possible haha.

Also, this was our original Morocco itinerary. Life doesn’t always work out the way we plan them so there were some changes in the end. I’ll write about them in my more detailed Morocco posts about the specific things we did in each place. But this is what our original Morocco itinerary was. Of course, if you don’t have 14 days or if you have more than 14 days you can add or subtract and pick and choose from this plan! Ideally, I’d have loved to spend a whole month in Morocco!

A 14 Day/2 Week Morocco Itinerary

Day 1 Tangier
  • Take the FRS ferry from Tarifa, Spain to Tangier 
  • Pick up car rental from Europcar in Tangier
  • Drive to Casablanca
  • Check into accommodation. We stayed at the Sheraton Casablanca

**My brother and I had our bags with us when we got off the ferry and because we forgot about the time difference and the siesta closure. We had to sit at a cafe for an hour till Europcar re-opened. I wasn’t too interested in seeing Tangier so we didn’t bother to explore but if you only have a backpack with you, you could probably take a taxi to the Medina and wander around.

Tangier - Morocco Itinerary |

Getting off the ferry in Tangier – vendors ready for tourists!

Day 2 Casablanca

**Casablanca to me is typical of a big bustling chaotic city. I was not a fan. Traffic is insane. We didn’t bother exploring here either but if you have more time or want to explore, head to the famous Rick’s Cafe which was made to recreate the bar made famous by Casablanca the movie. Because there was a holiday happening, we were unable to do a tour of Hassan II Mosque. It’s absolutely beautiful on the outside and I would have loved to go inside.

Hassan II Mosque Casablanca |

At the stunning Hassan II Mosque

Day 3 Marrakech 

Marrakech shopping - Morocco Itinerary |

Golden moments in Marrakech

Day 4  Marrakech 

Jardin Majorelle Marrakech |

The beautiful Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech

Day 5 Essaouira 
Day 6 Essaouira
**For more photos from Essaouira, click here

Essaouira - Morocco Itinerary |

By the water in Essaouira

Day 7 Skoura 
  • Drive to Skoura 
  • Go through Tizi n’Tichka Pass
  • Visit Todra Gorge
  • Overnight at Chez Talout

Chez Talout Skoura |

Chez Talout, in the middle of an oasis!

Day 8 Merzouga

Sahara Desert overnight - Morocco Itinerary |

My camel Sammy and me

Destination Guides and Tips -

Day 9 Fes
  • Wake up for sunrise on sand dunes
  • Head back to Merzouga by camel
  • Shower and change at Ksar Bicha
  • Drive through Atlas mountains and head northbound
  • Stop before Fes

Erg Chebbi Sunrise Sahara Morocco |

The stunning Sahara

Day 10 Fes
  • Arrive in Fes
  • Explore Old Medina
Day 11 Chefchaouen
  • Spend half day in Fes
  • Drive to Chefchaouen
Day 12 Chefchouen
  • Explore the gorgeous blue city
  • Shop!!!

Chefchaouen |

The blue city, Chefchaouen

Day 13 Chefchouen
  • Shop, wander around and photograph Chefchaouen

Chefchaouen |

Blue vibes

Day 14 Tangier
  • Head back to Tangier to catch flights and ferries

Goodbye Morocco :(

And that was our planned Morocco itinerary. In my next Morocco posts, you will see that things changed due to unforeseen circumstances. But regardless most of our Morocco itinerary was done and we have funny stories to tell.

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