5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

 5 days trip from Fes to Marrakech

Overview:

This 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech is an amazing way to explore the south of Morocco with enough time, It will give you a great opportunity to travel through the desert and Marrakech slowly, have more time to see many places that you can not see with fewer days. crossing the Middle and the high atlas mountains, visit the Barbary apes, the second-largest palm groves in Morocco (Ziz valley), experience the camel trek, desert trip with driving in the road of “Ralley Paris Dakar”, have a night in Todra gorge and discover the roses city before you reach Ouarzazate, explore the famous Kasbah in Morocco (Ait ben Haddou Kasbah), enjoying the view of the Berber villages from the top of high atlas Mountains then end the trip in the Red City ( Marrakech).

ITINERARY AND EXCURSION TO SAHARA DESERT 5 DAYS AND 4 NIGHTS FROM FEZ TO MARRAKECH VIA MERZOUGA DESERT (ERG CHEBBI) MOROCCO.

Info about Fes to Marrakech 5 days tour:

+Departure: 08:00 AM

+Duration: 5 Days/4 Nights

+Starting: from Fes

+Ends: in Marrakech

Highlights:

  • Cross the Middle Atlas Mountains with its cedar forests
  •  Ziz Valley view
  •  Camel Trek in the Sahara desert with enjoying the sunset and sunrise
  • Spend an amazing night in the desert camp
  • Walk in the Gorges of Todra and visit Dades
  • Drive along the road of 1000 Kasbahs and the Valley of Skoura
  • Visit the UNESCO world heritage site in Ouarzazate
  • Cross the High Atlas Mountains and the Berber villages

Program itinerary of our trip:

DAY 1: FES – AZROU – ZIZ VALLEY – ERG CHABBI (Camel ride and one night in Merzouga desert camp):

The snow time in Ifrane5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

After breakfast we start our 5 days desert trip from Fes to Merzouga and Marrakech, passing Ifrane (Swiss of Morocco) there you will have about 15 minutes to take pictures and walk around the town square then, we arrive at the cedar forests of Azrou where we visit the wild monkeys. It will be a good opportunity to take pictures of the Barbary apes and Moroccan nature. After lunch in the Midelt area, we will continue through the mountains of the Middle Atlas enjoying the landscape of Midelt until we reach the small town of Midelt, then we continue to the valley of Ziz where we will make a panoramic stop of the valley for pictures. Then, we will drive to Erfoud, where we begin to feel the air of the Sahara.

After that, we will continue to Merzouga where we will change vehicles with the camels to stay overnight in the desert camp in Merzouga Erg Chebbi. Accommodation in desert camp with dinner and breakfast and live Berber music show.

DAY 2: MERZOUGA – KHAMLIA – DAKAR RALLEY TRACK – TISSERDMINE – MERZOUGA:

Sahara desert5 days trip from Fes to Marrakech

We will get up early to see the sunrise on top of a dune and then we will have breakfast quietly, There is the option of returning with the camels to the Hotel or in 4 × 4. We will follow the route or you can also enjoy a few moments in the pool or visit the dunes if the weather is good, You can also take a tour by quad bike or buggy through the dunes of Erg Chebbi. Then we take the 4×4 and go to the town of Khamlia, where the Gnawa live, musicians of sub-Saharan origin (black Africa), who will delight us with music and dances while enjoying a tea. After that, will go along the old Paris Dakar Rally track to see some wonderful rock engravings and pass through the town of Tisserdmine where we will have a delicious lunch.

Here, you can take a walk through the town of Tesserdmin and its oasis. In the afternoon we will go to the hotel situated in the desert of Merzouga where we will spend the night in a beautiful Kasbah Hotel in the area and enjoy this pure and wild desert in southern Morocco. Accommodation at Kasbah Hotel in Merzouga with dinner and breakfast.

DAY 3: MERZOUGA – RISSANI – EROUD – TODRA VALLEY AND GORGES:

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Wake up, breakfast at 09:00 am, a departure from the hotel for days excursion. our 5 days and 4 nights from Fes to Marrakech, passing through Rissani, one of the oldest cities of Morocco and capital of the Alaouite dynasty. Then, we will make a stop at the exit of the city to take a picture of the door of the desert. After that, we will continue to Erfoud, where there is the possibility of visiting the fossilized marble factory, before going to the palm groves of Touroug and Tinjdad, then we will reach the Gorges of Todra. The riverbed formed canyons of vertical walls are the climber’s paradise. Thereafter, we will have a walk to enjoy the gorges, and we will spend the night in a hotel or Riad. Hotel accommodation with dinner and breakfast.

DAY 4: TODRA Valley – VALLEY OF ROSES – SKOURA – OURZAZATE:

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After breakfast, we will start our trip from Fes by travelling towards Dades Gorges, famous for its beautiful rocks. Here, we will visit the famous mountain there called “Monkey Fingers”. After that, we will go to the Valley of Roses where we will make a stop if you are interested, then we will continue our way to Skoura (Route of a thousand Kasbahs) We will arrive at Ouarzazate the city of the cinema where we will make a stop in the Kasbah of Taourirt to take, and spend a night in a hotel or riad.

DAY 5: OUARZAZATE – HIGH ATLAS MOUNTAINS – MARRAKECH:

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On the last day of our trip, we drive to Marrakech through the high mountain roads of the high atlas, taking advantage of the magnificent scenery to take pictures and admiring the golden sun on the mountains creates a scenario of a western movie. After that, we will stop for lunch and sample the delights of the high atlas. Thereafter, we continue to Marrakech, the red city of Morocco. Then, we will arrive in Marrakech at the end of the day, you can enjoy Jemaa El Fna Square. Also, you can have dinner in the square where the mixture of inebriating smells, colours, music and shows are mixed. Finally, transfer to the airport or hotel and farewell. Have a nice trip back with a memory full of good memories and a heart delighted with this magical country.

Included in  this 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech:

  • Pick up from your point or Riad in Fes.
  • Private Morocco tour with a comfortable A/C vehicle.
  • Experienced English speaking driver for our 5 days tour.
  • Camel ride to Erg Chebbi camp with a local guide – 1 camel per each person.
  • Accommodations in riad / hotel
  • A night in the desert camp with dinner and breakfast.

Not included in this 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech:

  • Airline tickets.
  • All lunches and drinks.
  • Entry fees & Tickets, Tips.

How to reserve this 5 days trip from Fes?

Feel free to contact us for the actual Fes to Marrakech trip price. Once we confirm the availability, we will notify you about your private Fes tour.

Note:

* If you want only a 4 or 3 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech. Click Here, you find your choice.

 

Our 5 days desert trip from Fes to Marrakech itinerary destinations’ overview:

AZROU:

Azrou is a Moroccan city In the Atlas Mountains, 89 km south of Fez and 68 km from Meknes, one of the cities in the Ifrane region, in the Fez-Meknes region … Moreover, It was mentioned for the first time in the historical sources when Ibn Khaldun spoke about Sultan Yaqoub bin Abd Al-Haq, the second king of Beni Marin .. 656-685 AH (1259-1286 AD) when he descended on “Mount Azrou” by his army, chasing one of the dissidents from outside obedience, But the first nucleus of the city was during the reign of Mawla Ismail (1672-1727 AD) when he ordered the building of a fortress there at the foot of the mountain, as was mentioned by the Nazarene. Then, another thing that can be done in Morocco, is to enjoy the wild nature in its purest state! how to enjoy the monkeys, more specifically macaques, in the cedar forest of Azrou.

 

SAHARA DESERT:

The Sahara Desert is known for being the hottest desert in the world. Officially, it is the third-largest desert on Earth, right after Antarctica and the Arctic, as these two are also considered a desert and its located on the African continent. The Sahara Desert covers an area of approximately 9 million square kilometres, corresponding to 35% of the territory. Its extension is larger than in some countries, such as Brazil, India and Australia. Also, this desert considered the largest hot desert on the planet. It is inhabited by approximately 2.5 million people, concentrated, mainly, in the oases, places originated by the outcropping of subterranean waters, providing the appearance of vegetation.

TODRA GORGE:

The Todra Gorge is a canyon located in the eastern part of the High Atlas mountain range in Morocco. Many Moroccans use the water springs to wash their clothes, bathe and spend relaxing moments with their families and children, on the other hand, take advantage of the water to play and have fun, without paying much attention to the curious glances of passers-by. Also, the Todra Gorges are a trench of giant rock walls that change colour and traverse the High Atlas Mountains, creating a magnificent spectacle as the sun begins to descend between the vertical walls as you set out on the road of a Thousand Kasbahs.

DADES GORGE:

Dades Gorge lies between the High Atlas and Anti-Atlas mountain systems, next to the Jebel Saguaro Range. In its essence, Dades is a huge river canyon, 200-500m deep. Its spectacular, red rocks have been eroded in certain places by the river of the same name. In the canyon itself, there is greenery and due to the proximity of the river Dades, there is some coolness. Around the canyon is a lifeless desert with rare oases and dust storms. Also, In the Dades Gorge where there is a bizarre rock formation called “Monkey Fingers” that rises right out of the Dades River. Also, the rocks looked like the feet and toes of giants.

AIT BEN HADDOU:

Ait Benhaddou is today the most colourful and authentic attraction in Morocco. The fact is that Ait Benhaddou is one of the most typical examples of traditional Moroccan earthen architecture, and all Kasbahs dwellings are built of red-brown clay and the houses with flat roofs are terraced on the hillside and the streets are connected by arches and narrow passageways. It is giving you the feeling of being in an Aladdin movie.
Speaking of movies! ⠀
This is one of the favourite places for Hollywood filmmakers. It’s one of the favourite movie locations of Hollywood directors and is home to many movies such as The Mummy, Gladiator, Alexander. The place has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987.

MARRAKECH:

Marrakech is a city unique in its energy, speed and colours, blending local culture and traditions with the modern speed of life in an unusual way. The smells, colours, crazy ineffable spirit and colour knock you off your feet. Then, the Moroccans themselves believe that Marrakech, like any other capital of the world. Lacks soulfulness, yet, for someone unfamiliar with Moroccan culture, Marrakech strikes to the heart.
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