Morocco 360°

14 days (13 nights)
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Nature and Adventure 70%
Monuments and History 50%
Relax 20%
City and Culture 70%
Party & Nightlife 20%

It’s colorful, it’s chaotic, it’s full of’s Morocco. In this 14 days tour, we don’t miss anything.We start from Casablanca, going up to Rabat, Meknes, Fes and the blue moroccan gem, Chefchaouen, then it’s time to Erg Chebbi desert, where we will spend the night under the star in the middle of the desert. The city of Marrakech is busy and vibrant, like Essaouria and El Jadida.  The perfect itinerary to discover the authentic side of Morocco and the timeless beauty of its cities.

Travel mood

During this trip, there are many transfers and different accommodations. For these reasons, a backpack is mandatory - let’s say it’s better if you leave your big luggage at home! We also suggest bringing warm clothes due to the temperature range in the desert. 

Travel difficulty

There won’t be any physical effort for the whole trip, just city walks. Particular effort will be in the desert.

Marocco 14 days
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£ 1,799
Deposit £ 100 - Balance starting from £ 1,699

Departures from11/07
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Day 1 - details
Welcome to Morocco

Roundtrip flights are not included so that you can choose where from, when and with whom you want to fly. All of that is up to you!

Hotel check-in in Casablanca and welcome meeting. Let’s start our moroccan adventure from Casablanca, a modern city famous also for the movie of the same name.



Day 2 - details
First stop: Rabat, the capital

Wake up WeRoaders and let’s start our moroccan day with the capital city: Rabat.
We meet our local guide, who takes us to discover the beauty of this moroccan city - we couldn’t start in a better way! Wandering through the Medina, the old city, we immediately understand that Rabat was dominated by different cultures: Phoenicians, Romans, Berber and Arab. We couldn’t miss the Hassan tower, which was part of an old Mosque (built in 1195), or the Mohammed V decorated mausoleum.

To the blue city

We take the opportunity to taste some typical dishes for lunch, and are ready for 4 hours driving to the famous blue city : Chefchaouen. Hotel check-in and then welcome dinner!

Included: transport, local guide and welcome dinner Money Pot: local transports and admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages


Day 3 - details
Akchour Waterfalls

We have all day to enjoy the blue gem of Morocco, so this morning we could discover the surrounding nature: yes, we said nature, because a few km from Chefchaouen there’s a little oasis of peace. We are talking about Akchour Waterfalls, real heaven inside the Talassemtane National Park. After easy trekking, we ease up in this turquoise natural pool. Then come back for lunch and ready for the second stop of the day.

The blue Medina

Chefchaouen is also known as a “ blue pearl of Morocco”, if you wander through the various blue shades houses, it really seems to be out of touch. Our local guide will take us inside the medina and its history. Perfect time and perfect place, we finally get to the scenic spot for catching the sunset.

Included: transports and local guide Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages

Volubilis and Meknes

Day 4 - details
We go back in time!

Another day in the amazing Morocco: let’s get ready for another thrilling day. It’s time for the archeological site of Volubilis, the famous one in Morocco and UNESCO World Heritage.
We spend the entire morning exploring it and learning about the history of people who dominated this area. Next stop : Meknes.


Arrived in Meknes just in time for lunch: ready to taste the street food - brochettes are a must, are known simply as lamb or beef kebab. With a full stomach, we visit the city: as always we start from the medina, the city core, walking through the central square and visiting the Koranic school - madrasa in arabic. The last stop for today is Fes.

Included: transports and local guide Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages


Day 5 - details
We become artisans.

Where is the most typical place to start discovering Fes? Of course it’s the medina. The Fes Medina is the best preserved fortified city of the entire islamic world. With our local guide, we pass through the city’s streets and we gaze upwards to admire the color majolica tiles.
Afternoon in Fes means pottery Workshop, we are ready to become artisans experts!
Let’s end this wonderful day savouring the charm of moroccan night.

Included: transports and local guide Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages

Azrou, Ifrane and kasbah Izoran

Day 6 - details

Two days between the city and the medina, it’s time to explore Morocco nature: we move to Azrou, close to Atlas Mountain. We reach the Cedars Forest, an ideal place for some trekking with a good company… the Barbary apes! This forest is populated by these monkeys: there are big ones, mothers holding their babies and little guys. They will be happy to see us!


At lunchtime we move to Ifrane, an unusual location, it’s also called “little Swiss” because it’s considered the cleanest and tidiest world city. Quick lunch and already on our way to kasbah Izoran, where we’ll stop for the night.

Included: transports Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages

Merzouga:a night in the desert

Day 7 - details
The magic of the desert

Finally today is the day… our adventure in the desert begins!! We left behind the gorgeous kasbah Izoran and let’s go to Merzouga, a tiny village near the Erg Chebbi desert. Merzouga is our lunch stop, and the desert safari adventure is calling us: camel ride, quad bike or sandboarding, the adrenaline’s heaven!

Being here is surreal: the desert is unique and fascinating at the same time, let’s enjoy this moment. We are going to have a really special dinner: bedouin dinner time in a campsite! We’ll sleep under the starry sky, listening to the night's silence and living one of the most unforgettable experiences of your life.

Included: transports, bedouin dinner and campsite night Money Pot: optional excursions Not included: food and beverages

Tra le kasbah: Tinghir, Skoura and Ait Ben Haddou

Day 8 - details
First stop: Tinghir

Rise and shine WeRoaders, we can’t miss the sunrise in the desert! Enjoy this stunning moment. We are ready to go to Tinghir, which means “mountains”, because it’s surrounded by mountains and it’s a real oasis, a beautiful natural wonder. We visit the light yellow kasbah and then we’ll have lunch before getting on the road again, heading to Skoura.


Another natural oasis, located on the south of Atlas Mountains, Skoura is full of kasbah.
The most impressive and spectacular one is Amerhidil, who dates back in 1600. While walking through the gardens and decorated interiors, we feel like we are in the “Arabian Nights” tales.
We reach Ait Ben Haddou in the evening, the fortified city called also ksar, where we will spend the night.

Included: transports Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages


Day 9 - details
Discovering Ait Ben Haddou

Ninth day in Morocco and we explore Ait Ben Haddou, UNESCO World Heritage. Also named ksar, it is well known for its buildings, fortified castle and of course the kasbah. Like the other city that we visited, this city has shades of red and ochre, typical of berber architecture.
Ready for our next stop?

Welcome to Marrakech!

In the late afternoon we will reach Marrakech. Let’s not waste time and proceed directly to discover the city, starting from medina. Marrakech is also called “red city” and we can see
that, everything has red shades. We spend all night through the chaotic streets.

Included: transports Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages


Day 10 - details
Souk and spices

We have the entire day to explore the charming Marrakech: let’s start from Jemaa el Fna square,core center of the city and one of the main cultural spaces in Marrakech. We can have some shopping or tasting local food - here dates are so yummy!We head down to Place des Epices, the spices world: here we can find all kinds of it!

Relax in Marrakech

Free afternoon means SPA! After a couple of days on the road, we need to be spoiled and the better way is in the hammam and with some body scrubs. Otherwise, we can visit Majorelle Garden, a garden made by Jacques Majorelle with marble pools, raised pathways, and recently bought and restored by the fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent

Ready for some Morrocan nightlife? This evening we stroll around Marrakech restaurants and bars!

Included: transports Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages


Day 11 - details
Essaouira : finally the ocean!

So here we are, after days through kasbah, desert, fortified city and souk, it’s finally time for the Atlantic Ocean. We say goodbye to Marrakech and move to the coast: it takes 4 hours to reach Essaouira. Some free time for lunch and we can go for a walk in the harbour. For dinner, we try a typical restaurant, with an ocean view of course!

Included: transports Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages

El Jadida

Day 12 - details
Another day in Essaouira

Essaouira is famous for surfing and for handicrafts. Here we can admire ceramics or leather products, but the most local product here is the Argan Oil and Tuia wood - girls this is the hair heaven! For lunch we taste some specialities at the incredible street food and get ready to reach our next stop : El Jadida.

El Jadida

Another ocean city: El Jadida was dominated by Portuguese and we can feel a little bit of European spirit. It’s up to us: we can stroll through the city streets or walk on the beach, enjoying the sun and a dip in the ocean, why not?! Be careful, the Atlantic Ocean water is not so warm… but who cares?! :)

Included: transports Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages


Day 13 - details
Back to Casablanca

Early riser, we’ll have breakfast in El Jadida - maybe ocean view breakfast - and we’ll get ready to get back to Casablanca. We spend the entire afternoon strolling around the city,first stop is the Hassan II Mosque, the biggest one in Morocco, then it’s time for souk and markets, we can find a selection of traditional Moroccan crafts: ceramics, woodwork and carvings, pieces of artwork, lamps, and leather goods.

Our journey is about to end and the best way to spend the entire night together is with a moroccan farewell dinner!

Included: transports and farewell dinner Money Pot: admission fees if any Not included: food and beverages


Day 14 - details

Time to say goodbye: see you in your next WeRoad adventure!

End of services. The itinerary may undergo some variations that differ from what stated above. These variations may not be predictable nor depend on WeRoad’s will, i.e. climate conditions, national holidays, strikes, etc.
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travel coordinators

Our coordinators are selected becuase they are people like you, passionate travellers, able to share the tour as one of your travel mates but with the professional experience of a tour leader to let you live the travel experience at its best.

Tour price

What’s included

  • Accommodation in shared bedrooms
  • Minivan with private driver (from day 2 to day 13)
  • Welcome dinner
  • Local guide (from day 2 to day 13)
  • Local handicraft workshop (day 5)
  • Campsite night in the desert and bedouin dinner (day 7)
  • Farewell dinner
  • Travel Coordinator services


What’s not included

  • Roundtrip flight to/from destination
  • Food and beverages when not specified
  • All extras you'll be able to fit in your backpack
  • All not mentioned in "what's included"

Money Pot Includes

  • Local transports and admission fee
  • Coordinator's money pot share
  • Tips for local suppliers, who will make our journey unique! Here tips are a large part of the salary;
  • All extra activities that each member of the group agree on doing and the coordinator's fee as well

The Money Pot is approximately 200 pounds and is collected on-site by the Coordinator. The amount of the Money Pot may change due to the numbers of activities and extras that the group decides to do. The spare money (if any) will be returned at the end of the trip.

  • Accommodation

    Riad, typical hotels and bedouin campsite in the desert.

    No-sharing Room Option is not available for all departures.

  • Transports

    Private minivan with driver

  • Staff

    You'll travel with a WeRoad Coordinator, which is more or less the best travel buddy one can wish for.

  • Visas and Vaccinations

    Before booking, please make sure to check what documents, visas and vaccinations are required to enter the country. If you have any questions, please contact us.