7 DAYS DESERT TOUR FROM RABAT TO MERZOUGA
- 1 7 DAYS DESERT TOUR FROM RABAT TO MERZOUGA
- 1.1 SAHARA DESERT TOURS FROM RABAT 7 DAYS Itinerary Option1:
- 1.2 Day 01 : Rabat – Meknes – Moulay Idriss – Fes
- 1.3 Day 02 : Fes Sightseeing Tour
- 1.4 Day 03 : Fes – Ifrane – Azrou – Merzouga desert
- 1.5 Day 04 : Exploring Merzouga
- 1.6 Day 05 : Erg Chebbi – Erfoud – Todra – Dades
- 1.7 Day 06 : Dades – Roses valley – Ouarzazate
- 1.8 Day 07 : Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou kasbah
- 1.9 7 Days tour from Rabat – Morocco grand tour Itinerary option 2:
- 1.10 Day 01: ARRIVAL at Rabat airport
- 1.11 Day 02: FEZ – UNESCO HERITAGE SITE
- 1.12 Day 03: FEZ – CEDAR FOREST – Ziz VALLEY – MERZOUGA DESERT – CAMEL TREKKING AND NIGHT IN THE DESERT
- 1.13 Day 4: DESERT – RISSANI – TODRA GORGE – DADES GORGE
- 1.14 Day 5: DADES GORGE – VALLEY OF ROSES – OUARZAZATE – AIT BENHADDOU – MARRAKECH
- 1.15 Day 6: MARRAKECH WITH LOCAL GUIDE
- 1.16 Day 7: MARRAKECH – AIRPORT
The Rabat Morocco DesertTour will lead you to discover the main sites of Rabat: such as the Kasbah of Oudaias, the Hassan Tower and the ruins of 200 columns, the Chellah Necropolis, the Mohamed V Mausoleum, the medina and more! Chellah: or Sala Colonia is a necropolis and complex of ancient Roman Mauritania Tingitana and medieval ruins at the outskirts of Rabat, it is the most ancient human settlement on the mouth of the Bou Regreg River. get the best tour Rabat To chefchaouen and rabat morocco travel guide and more:
Note: At Guide Morocco Tours, we offer the best private standard tours from Rabat to marralech and luxury tours Rabat marrakech via Merzouga DESERT ,and best Rabat to marrakech desert tours price with amazing services,and Rabat excursion day tours activities included.
Also, We offer 3 days shared tours from Fes To Marrakech & Morocco Sahara Desert on small group tours, please note that you will only share the transport if you are interested in best sahara desert tours from Rabat to Merzouga Desert private or shared trip ending in marrakech or fes with best prices please feel free to contact us.
7 Days Desert Tour from RABAT to Marrakech key detail :
- Duration – 6 Nights and 7 Days.
- Skip the Line
- Instant Confirmation
- Live Guide –(Optional)
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Pick-up service – Pick-up from fes airport or I in your accommodation in hotel
What You’ll Do on 7 Days Morocco tour from Rabat activities:
- ⚑ Rabat excursions
- ⚑ explore Chefchaouen and Fes medina
- ⚑ Camel ride in Merzouga desert
- ⚑ A night in desert camp
- ⚑ Excursion to Dades valley
- ⚑ Visit Ait Benhaddou
Rabat To Marrakech 7 days desert tour included:
- ✓ Vehicle, Comfortable car
- ✓Fuel tank
- ✓Sunset &Camel trekking in Erg chebbi dunes
- ✓Berber music at night around the fire under stars in Erg Chegaga luxury desert camp
- ✓Sandboarding in Erg chebbi dunes
- ✓Pick up &Drop off
- NOT INCLUDED
- ✗Entrance fee
- ✗And items of personal nature
SAHARA DESERT TOURS FROM RABAT 7 DAYS Itinerary Option1:
We recommend this grand Morocco 7 days tour from RABAT to Merzouga desert and Marrakech to everyone who wants to discover and experience the best things to see and do in Morocco travel attractions. That is to say, it is a great trip that match between the 3 Moroccan imperial cities (Fes,Meknes, Marrakech ). Experience desert camel ride and overnight stay at Merzouga luxury desert camp. Visit Dades valley and Ait Benhaddou Kasbah Ouarzazate. You will be amazed and leave Morocco with a suitcase full of amazing memories and experiences.
Day 01 : Rabat – Meknes – Moulay Idriss – Fes
“Guide Morocco tours” invites you to explore Morocco in private and guided tour from Rabat (in Rabat you’ll meet our driver for the first time) . Morning departure for Meknes, the Imperial City of Sultan Moulay Ismail, with visits to its Medina, or old city, and Bab el Mansour, the monumental gateway and main entrance into this 17th century city. Next, stop at the Roman ruins of Volubilis the finest archaeological site in Morocco –with its mosaics, temples and triumphal arch, on your way to the village of Moulay Idriss, the holy founder of the first indigenous Islamic kingdom of Morocco. Continue to Fes for check-in at your hotel (breakfast).
Day 02 : Fes Sightseeing Tour
Pick up from your hotel to make a visit of Fes, the oldest imperial city. Visit of the mellah (Jewish quarter), the medina, the exterior of the mosque, visit to the Koranic school Al Boaunania and the university El Karaouine. Lunch at a typical restaurant in the medina. External visit of the Andalous mosque and Moulay Idriss tomb. Panoramic visit of the city. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 03 : Fes – Ifrane – Azrou – Merzouga desert
Pick up from your hotel after breakfast, then drive south to Ifrane and Azrou through the Middle Atlas mountains. On the way you will stop at the cedar forests to see the Barbarian Apes in their natural habitat. Travelling through the Tizi Ntalghamt pass to Midelt and along the magnificent Ziz Gorges carved through volcanic rock, you’ll see views of the Middle-Atlas plateau and the scenery changing to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the city of Errachidia. After lunch we’ll continue our journey through the Ziz Valley to Merzouga hotel where you will leave your luggage in a safe room , after a cup of tea you will take a camel ride to a Berber camp in the middle of the Erg Chebbi Dunes which are the highest sand dunes in North Africa. The camel trek takes about 1 hour 30 min to the camp. The tents are well equipped with mattresses, blankets, and cushions. After dinner you will gather around the fire and enjoy the sound of traditional Berber drums under the stars. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 04 : Exploring Merzouga
Early morning riding camels to the edge of the Sahara desert and to the Dunes of Merzouga desert, the highest in North Africa, to see the sunrise. Imagine yourself on the camel, enjoying the Saharan landscapes. Also, we will have the chance to listen to Gnawa music in the village of Khamlia. Then on through date palm groves to the remains of what was once the medieval city of Sigilmassa. Tonight we enjoy a dinner of local food. (Dinner/breakfast).
Day 05 : Erg Chebbi – Erfoud – Todra – Dades
Start the day in direction of Erfoud to see the foggaras (ancient fifteen century pipes), the palm grove of Tinhgir ( the largest in Morocco) and arriving at the Todra Canyon. Lunch served in bottom of the Canyon. You’ll cross the village of Boumalne, the valley of Dades to join the canyon of Dades where you’ll spend the night in a inn.
Day 06 : Dades – Roses valley – Ouarzazate
Taking the road through the Valley of Roses to the Thousand Kasbahs and arriving at the city of Ouarzazate, the famed Hollywood of Morocco; visit the Kasbah Taourirt. Night in a hotel in Ouarzazate.
Day 07 : Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou kasbah
Leaving Ouarzazate behind to visit the World UNESCO site of Ait Benhaddou where great films where shot like: “Laurence of Arabia”, “Obelix”, “The Mummy”, and many more. Back on the road again to Marrakech with stops in wonderful views of the High Atlas then cross again to follow the path to Marrakech, but not without passing through the impressive mountain pass of Tizi n’Tichka (2260m alt) of great beauty. End of our services.
7 Days tour from Rabat – Morocco grand tour Itinerary option 2:
Day 01: ARRIVAL at Rabat airport
Arrival at Rabat airport, reception and transfer to Fes, dinner and lodging.
Day 02: FEZ – UNESCO HERITAGE SITE
Today and after a good Moroccan breakfast you will have the day free to visit this great city, the oldest, richest, cultural, religious, spiritual and mysterious of the four imperial cities of Morocco, where you can see that much of it has not suffered the passage of time.
The views that define Fes are:
Chouara Tannery: it is the most extensive and best known of the four traditional tanneries that are still alive in the heart of the medina of Fez.
Karaouine Mosque: The most important and one of its greatest architectural complexes.
Bab Boujloud; the most important gate to the Medina, the oldest and most charming in the entire city.
The Royal Palace of the 14th century is one of the largest and most ancient in Morocco, although you cannot visit inside; it is worth visiting to contemplate its seven gates.
Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss: A shrine dedicated to Moulay Idriss, king of Morocco between the years 807 and 828, one of the founders of Fez.
Seffarine square: located in the heart of the Medina, and where one of the oldest professions of Fez still continues; the craft of metalworkers.
Madrassas; Old Koranic schools, which sometimes house resident students, in Fez there are three, the only one that can be visited is the Medersa Cherratine, which is different from the others because its functional style is a little ornate.
Dinner and lodging.
Day 03: FEZ – CEDAR FOREST – Ziz VALLEY – MERZOUGA DESERT – CAMEL TREKKING AND NIGHT IN THE DESERT
Today we leave Fes and will travel in the direction of Ifrane, one of the most curious towns in Morocco because of its alpine architecture and European ambience. In Ifrane is one of the most famous universities in the country and is the preferred destination of wealthier Moroccans. We will also visit the cedar forest of Azrou, famous for its large cedar named Gouraud; the largest ancient cedar of the region. This forest is home to hundreds of Barbary monkeys which you may feed if you wish. Our route will continue through the Middle Atlas Mountains and enjoying the landscapes that this route offers us.
The next stop will be in Azrou (The Rock), surrounded by hills, is a perfect place for walking and enjoying the excellent views of the city and its environs. The main interests of the city are is its cooperatives where women weave carpets and men carve cedar wood. We will continue to Midelt, where we will stop for lunch, via the pass of Tizi Talghemt, which means: Neck of the Camel, at 1907 meters of altitude with its impressive mountain landscapes. Our route continues in the afternoon to Erfoud and Errachidia along the Ziz Valley; a beautiful landscape with its red gorges that contrast with the green of the valley. The combination of the beautiful palm groves with the impressive gorges result in the traveller being in absolute tranquillity, its long belts of oasis flooded palm groves, its majestic adobe kasbahs and its fortified towns make it a landscape worth admiring.
We will arrive at the door of the desert in the middle of the afternoon, where we will wait for the camels to take us across the great sand dunes of the desert for about two hours. We will stop to enjoy the sunset in the middle of the dunes and then continue our camel ride to arrive at the camp. Everything will be ready for you to enjoy an unforgettable night; the welcome tea, a nomadic lifestyle and dinner, for one night in a haima surrounded by the idyllic silence that the heart of the desert offers us with its miles and miles of sand. The sky above so filled with stars that it seems you can reach up and touch with your hand and wonder at the intense light of the full moon.
Dinner and overnight in a haima.
Day 4: DESERT – RISSANI – TODRA GORGE – DADES GORGE
After a good breakfast we depart for Rissani to visit the market and its famous donkey parking area. It is a unique place, where all the tribes and nomads of the desert come to stock up on goods. After Rissani, we will go to Erfoud, where we will visit one of the fossils workshops, some of which are from 380 million years ago. We will continue to reach the famous Todra Gorge; a favourite canyon of rock climbers and lovers of trekking. We end our tour in the Dades Valley. Dinner and accommodation.
Day 5: DADES GORGE – VALLEY OF ROSES – OUARZAZATE – AIT BENHADDOU – MARRAKECH
We will travel to the Dades Valley along the “Route of the Thousand Kasbahs”. We will pass through the Valley of the Roses where its inhabitants develop creams, soaps and rose water from the many Damascus Roses that are grown here. The route is lined with adobe kasbahs and follows the river, making it a very picturesque region. As the landscape changes, we will pass through Ouarzazate and visit the famous Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou (declared a World heritage site by UNESCO). In this spectacular location many movies have been filmed, e.g. The Gladiator, Obelix and Western Sahara with Penelope Cruz. Our journey then takes us up into the High Atlas Mountains and across the pass of Tizi n’Tichka (2.260m of altitude) and winds its way down to the plains and the red city of Marrakech. Dinner and lodging.
Day 6: MARRAKECH WITH LOCAL GUIDE
Today you will have the day free to discover for yourself this wonderful city: these are some of the interesting sites of this city:
The Menara Gardens; a mirror of the Muslim Paradise on earth, this peaceful garden is special for walking and its charm is located in the central area around a huge artificial pond, the legend tells that these gardens were used by the sultans for their dating.
The Saadian Tombs; one of the most visited places of Marrakech, were opened to the public in 1917, the year in which they were discovered. In the same garden you can see more than 100 tombs decorated with mosaics, in them are buried the bodies of the servants and warriors of the Saadian dynasty.
The Bahia Palace; a palace and gardens built with the intention of being the biggest palace of all times and residence of the former Vizier, it includes a patio decorated with a central basin and surrounded by rooms.
The Koutoubia Mosque; one of the most representative monuments of the city, it stands out because of its 69 metre high minaret making it the tallest building in the city and a recognisable landmark.
Djemaa El Fna Square; you will be surprised by its enormous dimensions in spite of being placed in the center of the Medina with a maze of narrow streets and alleyways leading off. You will also be surprised when the square completely changes its scenery by day as a fabulous souk and at night it turns into a swarm of food stalls where people gather around for dinner and accommodation.
Day 7: MARRAKECH – AIRPORT
Transfer to the airport at the appointed time of the flight and the end of our trip and services.
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