4-days Desert Tour From Marrakech To Fes
- 1 4-days Desert Tour From Marrakech To Fes
- 1.1 4 Day Sahara Desert Tour From Marrakech To Fes itinerary:
- 1.2 Day 1: Marrakech » Tizi N’tichka Pass » Ait Benhaddou » Ouarzazate » Kelaa M’gouna » Boumalne Dades (315 Km)
- 1.3 Day 2 : Boumalne Dades » Kelaa M’gouna » Boumalne Du Dades » Todra Gorges » Tinejdad » Erfoud » Erg Chebbi (Merzouga) (255 km)
- 1.4 Day 3 : Merzouga Desert » Nomads Families » Khamlia Village » Erg Chebbi (40 Km)
- 1.5 Day 4: Merzouga Desert » Ziz Valley » Cedar forests and monkey troupes of Azrou » Fes (466.5 km)
4 days desert tour Marrakech to Fes via Kasbahs, Old villages, Atlas mountains, palm grooves, Todra & Dades gorges, Sahara desert, Camel trek for an overnight at desert Camp under shining stars. Watch Sunset & Sunrise from Erg Chebbi sand dunes, meet nomad people. In this 4 days luxury desert tour package we will take you through Moroccan southern cities from Marrakech To Fez via the Sahara Desert and Valleys. This tours is best for those who wanted to explore the rich heritage of Moroccon southern cities with leisure along with their Culture; this is one of the most popular tourist circuits in Morocco spending 1 night in Dades valley, 2 nights in Merzouga including a night in the luxury desert camp between the golden dunes. Perfect 4 days trip plan of Morocco.
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Also, we offer 4 days shared tours from Marrakech to Fes & Sahara Desert on Morocco small group tours, please note that you will only share the transport if you are interested in best sahara desert tours from marrakech to Merzouga Desert private or shared trip ending in Fes or fes with best prices please feel free to contact us.
What You’ll Do on 4 marrakech to fes desert tour luxury activities:
- Enjoy the Road to the Desert (Berber villages -kasbahs – Atlas mountains -Dades valleys )
- Camel trekking.
- nights in Luxury desert Camp.
- Dades valley Sightseeing.
- Let an experienced tour guide explain the glorious past of these cities.
- Luxury Transportation on your whole tour.
Marrakech to Fes 4 days desert tour included:
✓ Vehicle, Comfortable car
✓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
✗And items of personal nature
4 Day Sahara Desert Tour From Marrakech To Fes itinerary:
IN THIS 4 days Tour from Marrakech to Fes is ideal for first-time travelers to Morocco desert or for those with a limited timeframe. Our Morocco DESERT Tour from Marrakech to Fes offers a private, guided exploration of the Imperial Cities, Sahara Desert region, Skoura Palm Groves, Berber Villages and the High Atlas Mountains. Travelers will discover UNESCO Heritage Sites, venture to the back streets of Fes on a Food Tasting Tour, Camel Trek in the Sahara Desert, Sip Tea with a Berber Family and Trek the High Atlas. You will experience an insider’s view of the country on this Moroccan Odyssey.
Day 1: Marrakech » Tizi N’tichka Pass » Ait Benhaddou » Ouarzazate » Kelaa M’gouna » Boumalne Dades (315 Km)
After leaving the city of Marrakech behind, we head south over the Tizi n’Tichka Pass (2260m) while enjoying superb views of the mountains and of the Berber Villages on the way. We stop for lunch in a traditional restaurant and visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, which is a World Heritage site. This famous kasbah has been used as the backdrop for more than 20 films. After lunch, we continue through Ouarzazate, which is the gateway to southern Morocco and continue towards the Skoura oasis, which is a fertile area lined with immense palm groves. Following on from Skoura we arrive at the Valley of Roses. Roses are a very important crop booster to the local population. The rose season begins around 10 April and ends around 20 May, depending on climate conditions. The Rose Festival or Moussem of Roses takes place on the second weekend in May and lasts for two days. Many festivities take place, including performances by folk groups and the Miss Roses contest, whose winner then takes part in a procession on a decorated float. Traders from all over the region come to sell their specialties and handicraft products. Finally on this day we arrive at the spectacular Dades Gorge and this is where you will have dinner and spend the night in your hotel.
Day 2 : Boumalne Dades » Kelaa M’gouna » Boumalne Du Dades » Todra Gorges » Tinejdad » Erfoud » Erg Chebbi (Merzouga) (255 km)
After breakfast at the hotel we depart Dades Gorge and head towards Todra Gorges: a massive fault, rising to 200m in a narrow valley, thickly dotted with palm groves and Berber Villages. After lunch in the gorge, we go further into the Sahara to Merzouga which has the largest natural underground body of water in all Morocco and stands on the edge of the great sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. Dinner and overnight in hotel in Merzouga.
Day 3 : Merzouga Desert » Nomads Families » Khamlia Village » Erg Chebbi (40 Km)
After a leisurely breakfast and after visiting the Merzouga desert, you drive to the village of the Khamlia. These people came from Sudan and were originally brought north as slaves. You will meet some families and enjoy mint tea with them and listen to traditional Gnaoua music. Our next stop will be at Mfis, a small village to the south-east of the dunes, close to the coal and copper mines where most of the people in Merzouga used to make their livings. Then, after a further stop in Merdane village, we carry on to meet Berber families before driving back to Merzouga ville to check-in at your hotel. In the afternoon, you will mount your camel to cross the dunes and discover one of the secrets of the ‘sea of sand’. Our stop will be in a virgin oasis. Enjoy the silence of the desert, appreciate the natural beauty surrounding you and watch the majestic sunset. Spend the evening under a canopy of stars, twinkling with an intensity you may never have seen before. Sleep in traditional Berber tents.
Day 4: Merzouga Desert » Ziz Valley » Cedar forests and monkey troupes of Azrou » Fes (466.5 km)
After breakfast in the desert, we depart to Rissani where we visit the traditional Berber suq and the ruined Kasbah of Sijilmassa Leaving Rissani we travel through the Ziz Valley and Errachidia. We will stop en route for lunch before reaching Azrou where there is a cedar forest that is home to a troupe of Barbary apes.
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