4 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech:
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The 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech offer you the opportunity to see the best of Morocco only in 4 days from Fes to Marrakech. Here, you explore the Atlas Mountains and UNESCO Kasbahs. Also, share a cup of tea with a Nomad family and spend a wonderful night in desert camp. Moreover, a stop in the best Palm trees panoramic view (Ziz Valley). Then, we will see the Barbary Macaques in Azrou… 4-day desert trip from Fez to Marrakech / Fes to Marrakech 4 days trip.
Info about Fes to Marrakech 4 days tour:
- Departure: 08:00 AM
- Duration: 4 Days/3 Nights
- Starting: from Marrakech
- Ends: in Fes
- Cross the Middle Atlas Mountains with its cedar forests
- Drive along Ziz Valley
- Ride a camel in the Sahara desert with enjoying the sunset and sunrise
- Spend an unforgettable night in the desert camp
- Walk in the Gorges of Todra
- Drive along the road of 1000 Kasbahs and the Valley of Roses
- Visit the UNESCO world heritage site of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah
- Cross the High Atlas Mountains
DAY 1: Fes – Ifran – Azrou – Midelt – Erfoud – Merzouga:
Pick you up at the Riad or Hotel in Fes, then start our trip. On the first day, you will have many wonderful stops in different cities and landscapes, the first stop will be at Ifrane which is called the Swiss of Morocco. Then, if you adore forests and monkeys, it is the best time to visit the Barbary apes at Azrou where are the largest Moroccan cedar forests. After that, our journey continues to the south through Midelt or the capital of the apples. Here, we can have a stop for lunch. Thereafter, we continue through the Atlas Mountains across a famous tunnel called “Zabel”, then Ziz Valley the second-largest palm groves in Morocco. Also, we can have a stop in Erfoud which is the capital of fossils, then we reach Merzouga in the late afternoon. Spend overnight in Hotel or Riad.
DAY 2: Desert tour – Camel trekking trip:
After breakfast, we start our desert tour by visiting Khamlia village. Here, you will enjoy the Gnawa music of dark skin people originally from Mali. Afterwards, we visit nomad families who live in hand-made tents. Moreover, we will have stops for panoramic views to take amazing pictures. “Mifis mine” is our next point to discover the old factory of mine. After lunch, you start your camel trekking trip with an experienced camel guide. Before you reach the desert camp, you enjoy the sunset. After dinner, you will also enjoy the Berber music around the fire. Then, overnight in the camp.
DAY 3: Merzouga – Rissani – Tinghir – Dades gorges:
Today, you will wake up early to admire the magical view of the sunrise. After breakfast, we resume our 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech through different tourist sits. Firstly, we drive to Rissani to discover its local market. Thereafter, we keep our way along with the views of palm trees to Tinghir. Here, there is enough time to enjoy the rock walls of Todra Gorges. Then, we visit the rock formation known as the monkey fingers before we arrive at Dades Gorges. Overnight in a local Hotel/Riad.
DAY 4: Dades Gorges – Ouarzazate – Ait BenHaddou Kasbah- Marrakech:
The last day of our 4 days trip from Fes to Marrakech continues to Ouarzazate. Firstly, we explore the UNESCO protected site of Ait Benhaddou, one of the most impressive Kasbahs in Morocco. Here many movies were filmed, such as The Gladiator, The Mummy and others. Besides, we cross the High Atlas Mountains via the Tizi N’Tichka road pass at 2260m. Thereafter, we will arrive in Marrakech where our private tour finishes. Thank you for travelling with Morocco Tour Operator, a travel company for adventure camel excursions in Merzouga.
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Fes – Midelt – Erfoud – Merzouga:
Our 4 days desert trip from Fes to Marrakech starts from your accommodation or airport. thus, we will visit Ifrane known as the Switzerland of Morocco. Thereafter we explore the cedar forests of Azrou where we watch local monkeys. Then, we continue our Morocco trip via the Middle Atlas Mountains to Midelt. Here, we will have a break for lunch and keep our way to Ziz Valley. The Valley offers a panoramic view of palm groves. Thereafter, we explore the town of Erfoud. Then, we will reach Merzouga in the afternoon where we will find the camels waiting for you to start your camel trek into the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. The camel guide will take you to an amazing point over the dunes to enjoy maybe the best sunset in your life. after that, you will reach the desert camp where you will spend an unforgettable night with dinner.
Merzouga – Rissani – Touroug – Todra Gorges:
It’s a great moment to wake up early in the morning to enjoy watching the sunrise near the camp, after these lovely moments and breakfast, you can ride the camels or transfer by 4×4 car back to Merzouga village where you meet your driver and continue your 4 Days Tour from Fes to Marrakech, you will have the chance to visit the weekly market of Rissani, the market days ( Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday) we’ll pass through small Berber villages such as Melaab or Tinjdad where we will have a stop for lunch. After that, drive to Tinghir city where we’ll stop to admire its beautiful valley full of palm trees and we continue to Todra gorge located at the feet of the high atlas mountains a famous place for its high canyons and rock climbers we’ll have free time to walk along its rock walls. Overnight in Riad/Hotel in Todra.
Todra Gorges – Dades Gordges – Ouarzazate:
After breakfast at our hotel, we will travel from Todra gorges to Dades gorges where we will stop to enjoy the famous mountains there which are called “monkeys fingers”. After that, pass through the road of 1000 Kasbahs and Rose valley, in this area, you will see beautiful landscapes before you arrive at Kalla Mgouna. Here, we will explore how the ladies of the town makes “rose water” and get an explanation about it. After lunch, we continue to Skoura to visit the Kasbah of Amredil and walk along with its palm trees. Thereafter, we drive to Ouarzazate to visit Taourirte kasbah and overnight in riad or hotel in Ouarzazate.
Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – High Atlas Mountains – Ait Ourir – Marrakech:
After breakfast, we will visit the film studios in Ouarzazate then we’ll head to Marrakech, visiting Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah which is former is the largest Kasbah in Morocco and it’s built by “El Glaoui”. After that, we take the majestic road of Tizi N’Tichka Pass (2260m) to cross the High Atlas Mountains. We will have many stops to enjoy the beautiful landscapes and the views of the Berber villages. Also, we will have a chance to see a famous area of the Argan trees, then we will enjoy watching the ladies of the Berber villages makes the Argen oil. Then, we will reach Marrakech in the afternoon and at the end of our service.
Included in this 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech:
- Pick up from your local Fes riad.
- Private Morocco tour our in comfortable A/C vehicle.
- Experienced English speaking driver for Fes to Merzouga tour.
- Camel ride to Erg Chebbi camp – 1 camel per person.
- Accommodation in riad / hotel
- A night in camp with dinner and breakfast.
Not included in this 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech:
- Airline tickets.
- All lunches and drinks.
- Entry fees & Tickets, Tips.
How to Reserve This Morocco tour?
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Our 4 days desert trip from Fes to Marrakech itinerary destinations’ overview:
In Merzouga desert there is a world mixed between magic and beauty, it is a quiet beauty that makes you feel that life has many faces, its soft sands give to it more prestige and charm, and its sand dunes are distinctively and made by the wind, that’s what makes these dunes even more wonderful is as if they were a creative artist’s feather. Then, when the sun shines, these rays are reflected in the sand, and it shines as if it is a vast area of beauty, and at sunset, the colours of the sunset are graded to reflect the colours of twilight and mix with its sand and clear sky, and when darkness comes, the sky page appears with the full beauty of its stars and planets.
So as a piece of advice whoever wants to contemplate the beauty of the sky has only to go to the desert, where the clear sky is not polluted by anything.
Canyon of the Todra River, known by its French name: “Gorges du Todra”. An impressive valley, with vertical walls, sometimes with negative slopes, giving the impression that they will collapse at any moment. They are 300 meters high, sculpted in fresh rock, with several springs sprouting from their fractures. The icy water is collected in a stream that flows to feed the oasis and give life to Tinghir, a small town nearby. Although the gorge is located in a marginalized region of Morocco. It is an important tourist destination in the southeast of the Kingdom of Morocco. Also, it is equipped with a dirt road and hiking trails, which visitors can walk on.
It is the mythical road of the Dades valley Surely you have seen it sometime in travel magazines or on television, with those winding curves and its amazing depth … Is there a viewpoint where I can take this cool photo? The answer is YES, travellers, as you can see if you slide the first photo, you will only have to go up to the Hotel-Restaurant-Cafeteria Tessedrine. We assure you that the climb will be very worthwhile since it has impressive views of the entire valley, HOW TO GET THERE? You have to take the detour from the N-10 when you reach Boumalne, in the direction of Dades Gorges and travel around 20km of winding road (it is more impressive than dangerous ), passing the famous gorge and following the road in ascent. The road is narrow, but the restaurant hotel has a free parking area where you can park comfortably.
AIT BEN HADDOU:
Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou is a group of traditional buildings with red clay and stone and It is surrounded by a defensive wall reinforced with towers. Located in the province of Ouarzazate. This palace, with its distinctive architecture, is considered a model of traditional housing in southern Morocco and in the Kasbah, there are 12 families still living there, others they moved to the new village near the Kasbah.
If I had to make a list of the most beautiful roads I’ve ever driven, the Tizi n’Tichka Pass would certainly be one of them. The two words Tizi and Tichka come from the Tamazight language – whereby Tizi means something like “mountain meadow” and Tichka means “dangerous”. The many curves make the route a bit dangerous … Over the Tizi n’Tichka pass (2260m altitude) the connecting road N9 leads from Marrakech towards Ouarzazate.