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3 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech is Among the most popular of our private Morocco tours. On this Morocco trip we will take you to discover and explore Morocco desert and the south of Morocco through the high Atlas Mountains with Berber villages, morocco Kasbahs, Gorges, Grand Canyon, Palm Groves, tea with Berber nomad camel trekking in the Sahara desert Morocco, Middle Atlas Mountains, monkeys climbing in Cedar forest and then Ifran the Moroccan Switzerland city and might in one of the Merzouga luxury Desert camps.
Don't miss this opportunity to explore the desert and all it has to offer on this desert tour. With its diverse landscapes and rich culture, this tour is the perfect way to experience the best of Morocco.
- An air-conditioned 4x4 or Minivan, depending on the number of the group
- English-speaking driver during the tour
- Pick up & Drop off at your Marrakech accommodation
- Overnight in Dades gorges or Skoura in a traditional comfortable Hotel. Possibility to upgrade to a deluxe hotel on a private tour
- Camel Trek to overnight in Luxury Camp with Ensuite-bathroom and shower
- Private rooms/tents
- Dinner and breakfast are daily included
- Free time to explore the sites such as Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, Walks, Canyons, Breaks for photos, Etc
- No hidden costs
- Lunch (Full Menus cost an average of 10€, and you can order "á la carte" in most places)
- Drinks ( if you drink a lot of water, you can purchase a package of 6 bottles from a small shop)
- Entrance fees to optional Ouarzazate and Skoura visits.
DAY 1 Fes – Ifran – Azrou – Midlet – Ziz Valley – Erfoud – Merzouga .
In the morning around 8 am you’ll start traveling southeast via Ifran nicknamed Switzerland of Morocco or the cleanest city of Morocco, towards Morocco Sahara Desert Stopping at the famous and the largest cedar forest in Morocco where you will see the Barbarian apes, your journey continues along Midalt the Capital of apples then luxuriant Ziz gorges landscapes stopping in the panoramic views along the way. Thereafter driving through the welcoming Berber villages of Ziz valley. Getting to Erfoud the land of fossils After relaxing a few minutes in Merzouga which is your destination where the famous Erg Chebbi sand dunes existed, your camels will be waiting for you to take you on an adventure in the sand dunes enjoying a wonderful sunset. You will spend the night in one of the Merzouga luxury camps an equipped Berber camp with drums and music in the heart of the gold Sahara desert.
DAY 2 Merzouga – RISSANI-Erfoud-Todra Gorges – Bomaln Dades.
Your second day will start by waking up early to see the spectacle of sunrise when the color of the dunes of the Morocco Sahara desert combines with the play of shadows to make an awesome view. Then ride the camels back to meet your guide/driver and start your day with him by Rissani where it existed one of the main traditional markets, that was in the past a station for trade’s caravans .in addition that town was the foundation of the Alaouite dynasty – the current ruling royal family- in Morocco. The road passes through Erfoud the land of fossils and that would be an opportunity to see one of the many fossils mining and in that place, you get fossils sales (if you are interested). Continuing the way via Berber villages of Tinjdad to reach Todgha gorges a series of limestone river canyons, This stunning area affords an opportunity to walk and enjoy deep cliff-sided canyons. The night will be in Bomaln Dades in a nice hotel.
DAY 3 Dades Valley – Rose Valley – Skoura – Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou – High Atlas Mount – Marrakech.
The third day will start from Bomaln Dades driving through the villages of this charming area, Passing roses fields of Kelaa Magona known as Valley of the Roses famous for its Rose Festival in May, and via the road of a thousand Kasbahs toward Skoura oasis, then heading towards Ouarzazate known as Hollywood of Morocco, where you will stop to see the world’s largest movies studios Then the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah which is the largest Morocco Kasbahs and also has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987 and several films have been shot there. From there start crossing the high Atlas mountains through a pass named Tizi n’Tichka, which reached an altitude of 2260m where you will stop to appreciate the mountain view before arriving at Marrakech in the late afternoon.