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Availability : all year
Fes
Marrakech
Min Age : +2
Tour Details

This incredible adventure that takes you from Fes to Marrakech is a truly unforgettable four-day journey that will see you traversing the vast expanse of the Sahara desert and delving deep into the heart of Morocco’s south. Along the way, you’ll be treated to a myriad of experiences that showcase the very best this captivating region has to offer. From spending a night in a traditional Bedouin desert tent and riding camels across the Erg Chebbi dunes to exploring stunning cedar woods, magnificent gorges, verdant valleys, and picturesque oases, you’ll get a taste of the spectacular diversity of southern Morocco. You’ll also have the chance to discover UNESCO world heritage sites, visit awe-inspiring Kasbahs, and marvel at the breathtaking beauty of the High Atlas Mountains. With so much to see and do, this is undoubtedly a journey you’ll cherish for years to come.

Departure Location

Pick up from your place in fes 

Departure Time

8 : 30 am 

Price Includes

  • Private Transport
  • 2 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Pick up from your place in Fes
  • 1 night in sahara Desert camp
  • Camel Riding in Merzouga desert

Price Excludes

  • Any Private Expenses
  • Lunches on the way
  • Entrances and Monuments

Complementaries

  • walking shoes
  • Sunscreen
What to Expect

A Fez to Marrakech desert tour in Morocco is a popular and adventurous journey that typically takes you through some of the most stunning landscapes and cultural experiences in the country. Here’s what you can generally expect from such a tour 

  • The tour involves traveling through diverse landscapes
  • long the way, you visit historical and cultural sites such as traditional Berber villages, ancient kasbahs (fortresses)
  • One of the highlights of the desert tour is the opportunity to ride camels. You'll likely embark on a camel trek into the dunes
  • Witnessing the sunset and sunrise over the Sahara Desert is a magical experience
  • Throughout the tour, you'll likely have the chance to savor traditional Moroccan cuisine
  • As you travel through the Atlas Mountains, you'll likely cross the Tizi n'Tichka Pass, one of the highest mountain passes in North Africa
Itinerary

Day 1Fes – Midelt - Erfoud – Merzouga

Today we have a full travel day through the diverse landscapes that make Morocco so unique. Pass through the cedar and pine forests, keeping an eye out for Barbary apes. Pass over the Middle Atlas Mountains through the pre-desert countryside with its deep gorges filled with a splendid oasis of green palm groves, finally arriving at the dunes of the Sahara Desert. We spend the night in a desert auberge ( hotel), located right on the edge of the dunes. Here we will have dinner local-style and spend the night. Overnight in Merzouga.

Day 2Erg Chebbi Dunes

Today we explore the Merzouga desert and the guided tour includes the visit of Khamlia village,famous for desert music Gnawa. We may visit the museum of cars, the local museum in Hassi Labiad. During this day we may rent quad (buggies) to explore the desert in an adventurous way. Later today we meet Nomad people living in the Sahara desert. We will sleep in Merzouga desert camp, in a desert tent.

Day 3Erg chebbi dunes – Boumaln dades – Ouarzazate

Your itinerary for the day sounds fantastic, filled with historical sites and natural wonders. Here’s a breakdown of your journey:

**Rissani:**
– Explore Rissani, known as the origin of the Alawi dynasty. Visit the souk (market) and the numerous kasbahs in the area. This will provide insights into the rich history of the region.

**Road to Tinghir Village:**
– Journey towards Tinghir village. Tinghir is known for its beautiful Todra Gorges, a stunning natural formation created by the Todra River. The walk in Todra Gorges offers a chance to experience the impressive canyon and the surrounding landscapes.

**Visit Boumaln Valley:**
– Explore the scenic Boumaln Valley, appreciating the natural beauty and perhaps experiencing the local culture of the area. The valley might offer picturesque views and opportunities for relaxation.

**End the Day in Ouarzazate:**
– Finish your day by reaching Ouarzazate. This city is renowned for its kasbahs and film studios. Enjoy a delicious dinner and a well-deserved rest after a day filled with exploration.

Overall, it seems like a diverse and enriching day, combining historical, cultural, and natural attractions. I hope you have a wonderful time exploring Rissani, Tinghir, and Ouarzazate! If you have any specific questions or need more information, feel free to ask.

 

Day 4Ouarzazat - Ait ben haddou - Telouet - Marrakech

On our last day of adventure, we will arrive in Marrakech not without first visiting the Glaoui Kasbah of Telouet which began being built in the 18th century,  and the ait ben haddou kasbah It has subsequently been the subject of improvements and extensions and today it is a paradigmatic building of the stately construction of the Kingdom of Morocco. In the early afternoon, we will End the trip with the arrival in Marrakech . 

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