10 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga Desert And Marrakech


In this long tour, 10 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga Desert And Marrakech, we will visit Fes with a local guide. Fes is the old royal city of Morocco. 

We will leave through the middle Atlas Mountains via Ifrane, the Moroccan Switzerland, Azrou, where we will explore the Cedar Forest, and Midelt.

the towns of the Berbers. Imtghren . Ziz valley. A full day in the Merzouga desert, with a 4×4 tour of the Erg Chebbi dunes. Camel trekking and spending the night in a Berber camp, Rissani markt. oasis of palm trees. We will also go to the Dades Gorges, Dades Valley, or Asif N’dades, as it is called in Berber. 

Overnight in Dades Valley, Roses Valley, Ouarzazat, the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, and Tizi N Tichka pass. stay the night in Marrekch. 

We can only spend one day in Essaouira. We’ll go back to Marrakech, and we’ll have the whole day to look around the city with a local guide.

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Highlight of the Tour
  • 10 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga Desert And Marrakech.
  • Explore the historic medina of Fes.
  • Journey through the Middle Atlas Mountains.
  • Reach Merzouga and experience the Sahara Desert with a camel trek.
  • Overnight stay in a desert camp.
  • Visit Todra Gorge and marvel at the stunning landscapes.
  • Explore the Dades Valley with its unique rock formations.
  • Visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou in Ouarzazate.
  • Travel through the High Atlas Mountains to reach Marrakech.
  • Explore Marrakech’s vibrant souks and historical landmarks.
  • Immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of Marrakech’s Djemaa el-Fna Square.
  • Conclude the trip with a day to further discover Marrakech before departure.
Ititnerary of: 10 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga Desert

We will bring you up from the airport to your hotel whenever reach to Fes.

As soon as you've finished breakfast at your hotel or riad, it's time to go off on an adventure around the Medina to discover the numerous secrets that only the locals know about. Fes was the capital of Morocco for about three hundred fifty years, and it is also the location of the institution of Al Karaouine, the world's oldest continuously functioning institution. You will be taken on a tour of the Tanneries, the Moulay Idriss Mausoleum, and the Nejjarine Fountains. After lunch, you'll take a stroll around the Mellah, Morocco's historic Jewish area, and maybe stop in at one of the country's few remaining synagogues. After a brief stop at the city's renowned ceramics workshop, you'll be treated to a breathtaking vista of Fes's ancient Medina.Get a room for the night at the hotel or riad.

Our 8 DAYS TOUR FROM FES TO MARRAKECH commences with a scenic drive through the Middle Atlas Mountains, reaching Ifrane, often referred to as the "Switzerland of Morocco" due to its picturesque resemblance to a Swiss ski resort. Next, we venture to the cedar forest, where we encounter and interact with the lively Barbary monkeys, capturing memorable photographs with them. Continuing our route southward, we pass through charming Berber villages and traverse the countryside, witnessing nomadic shepherds tending to their flocks amidst the vast terrain. After a refreshing lunch break in Midelt, we proceed through the Talghmt Pass, treated to panoramic views of the stunning hidden oasis in the Ziz Valley, adorned with palm trees and mud villages. As the day progresses, we reach the Sahara Desert in the late afternoon, where we settle into our hotel for a delightful dinner and a restful overnight stay.

Following breakfast, we will commence our desert adventure with a half-day excursion into the Sahara. Our first stop will be a visit to nomadic communities residing in traditional tents amidst the vast Sahara desert. Immerse yourself in their way of life, engage in conversation, and share a cup of tea with them. Continuing our journey, we will explore former French-operated mines, delving into their historical significance. Next, we will venture to the village of Khamlia, inhabited by black Berber people tracing their ancestry back to Sudan and Mali. Here, we will have the opportunity to experience the captivating Gnaoua music and enjoy a delightful lunch. Prior to our camel ride, we will marvel at the beauty of an oasis on the fringes of the Sahara desert. After a brief respite, we embark on a camel trek, traversing the majestic towering dunes of the erg-Chebbi desert. As the sun begins its descent, witness a breathtaking sunset atop one of the lofty dunes, eventually arriving at our desert camp nestled in the heart of the Sahara. Following a delicious dinner, indulge in an enchanting evening of Berber music performed by local nomads beneath a canopy of shimmering stars.

To fully embrace the breathtaking beauty of the Sahara, an early morning wake-up call is essential, allowing you to witness the sunrise of a lifetime. Mount the camels and journey back to the hotel, reuniting with your driver. Our westward route takes us through Rissani, a city once renowned as a vital trading hub for caravans traversing Morocco and neighboring countries. If our timing coincides with the day markets held on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, we'll have the opportunity to explore the largest souk in the region. Continuing our expedition, we reach Erfoud, a town famous for its fossil discoveries. Driving through picturesque Atlas mountains and charming towns, we make our way to the enchanting Todra Valley—a verdant oasis encircled by ancient adobe villages. Enjoy a delightful lunch in the town before venturing approximately 15 kilometers to reach the awe-inspiring Todra Gorges. Here, vertical cliffs soar up to 300 meters, while natural springs cascade with water. Our journey proceeds through the captivating Dades Valley, where you'll marvel at the sandcastle-like formations and the peculiar rock structures affectionately known as "monkey toes." Conclude the day with an overnight stay in a hotel or riad offering picturesque views of the Dades Valley.

After a satisfying breakfast, we embark on our journey towards Ouarzazate, traversing captivating destinations along the way. Our first stop takes us to the famous snaky road, renowned for its appearances in numerous car advertisements. Next, we explore the impressive Dades Gorges, marveling at their striking rock formations. Venturing off the beaten path, we arrive at Boutghrar, a place where nature's beauty harmonizes with vibrant colors. Here, we have the opportunity to visit nomads residing in caves, sharing a warm cup of tea with them. Continuing our expedition, we reach El Kalaa Mgouna, also known as Rose Town, where locals annually collect over 400 tons of rose petals, which are skillfully processed into exquisite rosewater, creams, and perfumes at local cooperatives. This vibrant town hosts a festival in May, celebrating the blooming roses. Enjoy a delightful lunch in the town before proceeding along the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs towards Skoura. Skoura is renowned for its captivating kasbahs, and we visit the 17th-century Kasbah of Amridil. Driving through the lush oases of Skoura, we ultimately make our way to Ouarzazate, where we will indulge in a delicious dinner and spend the night in a comfortable hotel or riad, ready to continue our adventure.

Our day begins with a visit to the renowned cinema studios in Ouarzazate, often referred to as the "Hollywood of Africa." These studios have served as the backdrop for numerous films, including popular productions like Game of Thrones and Prison Break Season 4. Ouarzazate is also notable for being home to the largest solar power station in Africa and is renowned for its handicrafts, such as wooden gates, silverware, and rugs. Continuing our journey, we proceed to the iconic Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This historic fortress has been featured in various international movies, including Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia, and Game of Thrones. As our adventure nears its end, we embark on a breathtaking drive through the scenic Tizi n'Tichka Pass, reaching an altitude of 2260 meters as we traverse the High Atlas Mountains. Along the way, you'll have the opportunity to admire the unique Berber villages that dot the landscape, we arrive at your hotel in Marrakesh.

You will leave your riad in the morning to begin your journey to Essaouira, a city on Morocco's Atlantic coast. After a two-and-a-half-hour trip, you may begin your exploration of the city. Explore the backstreets of the medina to find many works of art. Many surfers go to this "City of the Wind" to ride its waves. Although the Portuguese occupancy left its mark on most of Essaouira's architecture, the city has retained its small-town feel despite its rich past. It is the largest city in Morocco and is known as the "Jewel of the Atlantic" for its vastness and its distinctive blue doors and washed walls. The Argan oil women's cooperative will also be on your itinerary. This is where they get the oil used for cooking, cosmetics, and medicine. If you have lunch in the medina or the harbour, it's on the house. You will return to Marrakech in the afternoon. There will be a night spent at a riad.

A native guide leads a full-day tour of Marrakech after breakfast. The Almoravids and Saharan nomads erected underground wells (khettaras) to water its gardens in the eleventh century, making it "the red city" due to its walls. Menara, Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, Koutoubia, Majorelle Gardens, and souks are must-sees on this day. Dancers, storytellers, jugglers, artists, traders, and snake charmers populate Djemaa El Fna, a unique experience. You may wander alone while discovering these major locations. Same riad overnight.

Transfer to the airport in time for your flight, and at this point, our 8-day vacation from Fes to Marrakech will come to a conclusion.

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