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4 days morocco traveling from fes to marrakech via desert merzouga



4 days Morocco traveling from Fes to Marrakech via the desert is a unique and exciting journey that typically takes around four days. The trip involves traversing through the stunning Sahara desert, passing by ancient fortresses and Berber villages, and experiencing a breathtaking sunset over the sand dunes.

Along the way, you’ll have the opportunity to ride camels, stay in traditional desert camps, and taste delicious Moroccan cuisine. The journey also includes stops at popular attractions such as the Todra Gorge and the famous Ait Benhaddou kasbah. Overall, this trip promises an unforgettable adventure through some of Morocco’s most beautiful landscapes.



On the 1st day of your 4 days tour package from Fes. Following breakfast, our driver will arrive at the riad you are staying in to collect you for the start of your travel. The first destination is the small town of Ifrane, situated in the forested Atlas mountains and known as the Switzerland of North Africa.

You'll have the opportunity to stop and take pictures with the lion statue, learning about its history, before continuing through the vast Cedar forests. Take a break to rest and capture images of the surrounding greenery and monkeys that inhabit the area before proceeding to Midelt, renowned for its fresh apples and valuable minerals such as vanadalites and tourmaline. Here, enjoy a local lunch before embarking on the road towards the Sahara desert.

During the journey, you'll encounter breathtaking sights, including the Tizi n Tlghmt viewpoint and the Ziz valley, famous for its thousands of palm trees and recognized as the longest valley in Morocco. Passing through the capital of dates and fossils (Arfoud), you'll travel 43 kilometers to reach the Merzouga Sahara desert. The first night will be spent in a comfortable hotel on the dune edges, offering a stunning view. The second night will be spent at a desert camp, providing an authentic overnight experience with the Berbers.

On the 2nd day of your 4 days morocco traveling from Fes. After breakfast, you will embark on a 4X4 car safari to explore the treasures and secrets of the Sahara desert. You will traverse the massive dunes, driving through the exhilarating RALLY DAKAR road to get your adrenaline pumping. Next, you will visit a nomad family and enjoy a cup of tea with them before heading to Khamliya village.

This small village, located near Merzouga center, is home to black-skinned people who were brought to the area as slaves during the era of slavery. It is also known as the birthplace of Gnaoua music, which you will have the opportunity to enjoy. Afterward, you will visit the seasonal lake of Srij, located on the outskirts of the golden dunes of Merzouga. This lake serves as a resting place for birds migrating from Europe to South Africa.

For lunch, you will dine at a local restaurant and sample the delicious Berber Pizza. Following lunch, you will have some free time before being led to a camel park to start your camel ride to the oasis camp in the heart of the desert. Along the way, you will stop in the heart of the large dunes to witness a stunning sunset before continuing your journey to the camp.

The camp is fully equipped with all the amenities you need and offers a delicious freshly made local meal. At night, after dinner, you will engage in dancing, singing, and riddle-telling with the nomads under a breathtaking starry sky. Breakfast and dinner will be provided.

On the 3rd day of your 4 days itinerary from Fes, to witness the sunrise, capture some photographs, and have breakfast, we plan to rise early and then ride back to our hotel on camels to freshen up before embarking on our journey towards Boumalne Dades. En route, we will visit Rissani, known for its dates, and Erfoud, renowned for its fossils and marble, where we will pause to take some snapshots.

Our initial halt will be at Toudgha Gorge, where we will have lunch, take a break, and relish the splendid view of the valley encompassing the ancient mud Berber villages, followed by a walk under a 300m. Following that, we will proceed towards Boumalne Dades.Bottom of Form

On the last day of your 4 days desert morocco traveling from Fes. Once you finish breakfast, your journey to the Red city of Marrakech will begin. En route, you'll have the opportunity to relish in a multitude of stunning views, such as the High Atlas Mountains, picturesque valleys, and the Skoura oasis. Despite the lengthy car ride, the breathtaking scenery will undoubtedly make the time fly by. In Ouarzazate, also known as the Hollywood of Africa, you'll tour the largest film studio on the continent.

Next, you'll visit the fortified Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, which has served as the filming location for numerous films, including Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Bandits, Bandits (1981), Gladiator (2000), Alexander (2004), and Kingdom of Heaven (2005), among others. Finally, you'll cross the High Atlas Mountains to reach your ultimate destination in Marrakech city, marking the end of our 4 days adventure.

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The Morocco tours mentioned earlier are merely a few recommendations and instances of what we can arrange.

If the plan you desire is not mentioned in our tours or is listed, but you want it to encompass other cities, locations, or activities that are not included, simply inform us about your interests, desired destinations, and preferences, and we will suggest a personalized tour for you that suits your budget.

In case this tour of Morocco doesn’t meet your requirements, please get in touch with us, and we will customize the trip according to your specifications.
The price of the tour depends on the number of people participating; the more people participating, the lower the cost per person.

Since transportation costs are constant, the total cost is divided among the participants. In addition, the price may be affected by the quality of accommodation. Please contact us for an exact quote.