2 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech
2 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech info:
2 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech overview:
With 2 days tour from Fes to Marrakech, you will take a camel trek in Merzouga sand dunes; pass through the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara, stay in a Berber camp for the night, watch the sunset over the Erg Chebbi Dunes, and then travel through the gorges to Marrakech.
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2 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech Itinerary:
Day 1: Ifrane – Cedar forest – Medalt – Ziz palmeras – Merzouga desert:
At 08 a.m., a driver from Morocco travel itinerary will pick you up from your hotel or Riad. Our team will take you on a fantastic 2 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech. First of all will be visiting The delightful town of Ifrane. The latter designed by the French in the 1930s and known as Morocco’s Switzerland due to its Alpine chalet-styled architecture.
Then you’ll continue through the massive cedar. Here, we will see the famous Barbary Apes, actually macaque monkeys. After that, we will pass through a windy road to get to Midalt. Here you will have lunch and take a break.
Next, we’ll drive to the desert, and the magnificent Merzouga dunes, where we’ll relax for a while and enjoy some tea. You will ride on camels and make a caravan to travel for about an hour to the camp.
We’ll pause along the way so you can stretch your legs and see the breathtaking sunset.
We’ll spend the night at the camp, deep in the desert. dinner and breakfast are included.
Day 2: Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – High atlas – Marrakech:
We’ll rise early in the morning to catch a glimpse of the sunrise over the vast sand dunes. After breakfast, depart for Ait Ben Hadou Kasbah, the most popular Kasbah in Morocco and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It once belonged to the Glaoui dynasty. The latter is the Pashas of Marrakesh. It is also well-known for acting as the setting for multiple Hollywood blockbusters.
The final leg of the day’s journey takes you through the high Atas Mountains, with its stunning Jurassic landscape. On the way, there will be a lunch stop and photo opportunities. We arrive in Marrakesh late in the afternoon. The end of our 2 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech.
Highlight of the 2 days tour from Fes to Marrakech:
With 2 days desert tour from fes to Marrakech, you will Explore Ifrane:
Ifrane is a Moroccan city with a population of around 30,000 inhabitants, situated at 1,713 meters above sea level in the Middle Atlas Mountains. According to a list compiled by MBC Times, it was created by the French in 1929 and is now one of the cleanest cities in the world. Ifrane, also known as “Little Switzerland,” is distinguished by its gabled roofs, streets, and gardens.
This mountain town is an excellent starting point for numerous excursions in its surroundings, especially in the massive Mischliffen, in both summer and winter.
Explore Merzouga desert:
Erg Chebbi, or ‘the little dune,’ is located near Merzouga. They are the largest dunes in Morocco, at 250 meters high, despite their name. According to legend, these imposing dunes are the product of divine retribution imposed on the people of Merzouga, who, while celebrating a festival, refused to welcome a woman and her children who arrived exhausted and died when they tried to enter.
It is also worth noting that it is the nearest big dune desert to both Marrakech and Fez. Other choices for day trips from Marrakech include Zagora and the Agafay desert, but keep in mind that Zagora loses the large dunes of Erg Chebbi and Agafay is merely an arid and desert landscape without sand dunes. Which Merzouga is the most suitable choice
Visit the kasbah Ait Ben Haddou:
The Kasbah is a Moroccan fortress. Ait Ben Haddou and other fortresses of this kind are architectural structures made of adobe and mud, topped by defensive towers, in the style of medieval castles. These kasbahs were once large Berber settlements in the Moroccan desert, which were walled and built to protect the homes, crops, and palm groves that grew along their rivers.
These peoples founded large agrarian and mercantile societies with a distinct Islamic vision.