3 days tour from Fes to Marrakech via desert.

Tours from Fes

3 days, Fes desert tours to Marrakech via the desert:

Day 1: Fes – Merzouga desert:

Our first day of “Fes desert tours. Fes to Marrakech. Fes to Merzouga“: At 8:00 am, our wonderful tour is going to start with your accommodation in Fes. The first thing we will see is “Ifrane”. They also call it “Switzerland of Morocco”. Then we will pass through the middle atlas mountains which contain the largest forests of cedar trees, that are inhabited by monkeys.

After a quiet stay, we will resume the Tizi Ntalghamt pass to Midelt. We will head out to the magnificent Merzouga via Erfoud. Passing by the spectacular Ziz gorges and Errachidia where you are going to have a traditional lunch among Berber people. Next, we will continue towards Merzouga along Ziz Valley. Finally, stopping for the panoramic views along the way. After all, arriving at Merzouga where they will welcome you with mint tea. Then we will switch to camels that will take you through the magnificent world of the sandy dunes “Erg Chebbi”. In a memorable experience on the camels, you will admire the spectacular sunset in the middle of the Sahara. Finally, the camels will take you to our traditional well-equipped camp where you will enjoy a traditional dinner. After that, you will be listening to a berberine music show in a friendly mood under the stars.

Day 2: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Gorges:

Our second day of “Fes desert tours. Fes to Marrakech. Fes to Merzouga“: First, before breakfast, we recommend you wake-up early so you cannot miss the spectacular sunrise. Afterward, we are going to ride camels back to the hotel where you can take a relaxing shower and breakfast. Before resuming our tour towards Todgha gorge, the highest canyons in Morocco. Passing by the beautiful Ziz valley. In today you will have the opportunity to hike among local people to enjoy the canyon’s beauty. At final we will reach Dades gorges, where you will spend the night in a traditional kasbah.

Day 3: Dades Gorges – Ouarzazate – Marrakech:

Our third day of “Fes desert tours. Fes to Marrakech. Fes to Merzouga“: After breakfast, we will resume our journey through the Dades Valley, towards the beautiful city of Kalaat Mgouna, a city literally covered in roses. Then Ouarzazate, also known as ”African Hollywood“. Next, we are going to continue towards Skoura, where you are going to explore the well preserved Kasbah of Amrhidil. After lunch in front of the spectacular area, we will continue towards the gates of the desert, we are going to explore Ouarzazate, the city that has the biggest film studios in Morocco. Next, you are going to head out to explore the famous Kasbah of Ait-Ben-Hadou. A Unesco World Heritage site since 1987. In addition, it was also a part of many universal films such as “Gladiator”.

You are going to experience the beauty of the Atlas mountains via the road of Tizi-n-Tichka, the highest road in Morocco. Moreover, it has an altitude of 2260m. Offering you charming views, valleys, oasis, mountains, and Berber villages. Finally, arriving at the red city “Marrakech”, where you are going to stay in a local Riad.

What is included in this tour:

This is what is included in “Fes desert tours, Fes to Marrakech. Fes to Merzouga“:

  • Transfer from your hotel/Riad.
  • Private transfer in a comfortable vehicle.
  • English speaking driver.
  • Breakfasts and also dinners as per itinerary.
  • Hotels /riads accommodation.
  • A night in Erg Chebbi desert camp(only if desert tours).
  • Camel ride in the Sahara desert(only if desert tours).

What is not included:

This is what is not included in “Fes desert tours, Fes to Marrakech. Fes to Merzouga“:

  • Lunches and soft drinks.
  • Plane tickets.
  • Travel insurance and tips.

If you have any questions or concerns or if you want to customize something on your tour feel free to contact us.

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February 22, 2019

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