5 days from Fes to Marrakech desert tour info:
5 days from Fes to Marrakech desert tour overview:
5 days desert tour from Fes To Marrakech Across The Merzouga Desert Depart from Fes for the great south east of Morocco, cross the High Atlas Mountains. Also, visit the kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, then explore the palm grove of Skoura and the valley of Dades. Todghra Gorge is a must-see.
The highlights of the journey are the camel trekking over erg Chebbi dunes, camping in the desert. Also, visiting a nomad family.
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Day 1: Ifrane – Cedar forest – Medalt – Ziz palmeras – Merzouga desert:
Our from Fes to Marrakech desert tour in 5 days begins with a pick-up service from your riad in Fes. After that, we’ll drive to the desert of Merzouga. First, we’ll stop in Ifrane, Morocco’s Switzerland, which is regarded as Africa’s cleanest capital. Next, we’ll go for a walk through the Cedar forest, where we’ll see the Barbary Macaques, which isn’t far away from Ifrane.
In addition, we’ll continue our journey through the Atlas Mountains. Next, we will pass by Zaida. After that, by Midelt on the way. Midelt is where we will have lunch. The panoramic views of Ait Chakr, one of Morocco’s best Panoramas, will be our next stop.
Finally, we’ll arrive at our final destination, which is Merzouga. We typically arrive early in the evening so that we can catch a glimpse of the sunset. We’ll take the camels and ride through Erg Echabbi’s golden dunes. The night in the desert begins with a delicious Moroccan meal. Our team will then set you on fire and play drums.
Day 2: Touring in Merzouga desert:
The second day of the Fes to Marrakech desert tour will be spent exploring the desert. The Berber Nomads are usually the first stop on a desert tour. Under the tents, these people continue to live a simple life. As a consequence, if you want to learn about real Moroccan life, the Nomads are the best place to start.
Later in the tour, we’ll visit and stop at a number of panoramic viewpoints to take in the desert views. Next, we’ll visit M’Ifiss. The latter is a kohl mine that was settled by the French government. After that, we’ll go see another way of life. This time, you’ll learn about the Gnawa people and their music. Finally, we’ll pay a visit to some of the area’s most popular Oases.
Day 3: Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Todghra gorge – Dades:
After having breakfast at camp, we will ride on camels back to Merzouga. Here you will take a shower. After that, we will drive to Rissani. This city has one of the oldest markets in Morocco. As it is very traditional.
After that, we’ll head to Erfoud to investigate some worships that contain various types of fossils. We’ll arrive at Todra Canyons, one of Morocco’s most beautiful locations, in a short time. Finally, the third day of our 5 days from Fes to Marrakech desert tour will end in Todra Gorges, where we will spend the night.
Day 4: Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Todghra gorge:
Our travel to Ouarzazate will take place on the fourth day of the journey. On the way, we pass by 1000 kasbahs, some of which are still fortified, while others have devolved into ruins.
We can, however, pause in Dades Valleys and pass through the Skoura palm grove on our way there. Finally, we’ll arrive in Ouarzazate for the night.
Day 5: Tinghir – Dades – Skoura – Ouarzazate – Marrakech:
Our 5 days journey from Fes starts today, with a stop in the red city. First, after breakfast, we’ll take a stroll through Morocco’s Hollywood. We will go to Atlas Studios, which is the main attraction. In general, it is regarded as one of Africa’s most important filming locations.
We’ll also go to the fortified village of Ait Benhaddou, which is a Unesco World Heritage Site. After that, we’ll proceed on our way, passing through Telouet for lunch. Finally, we will arrive at our final destination, where journy will come to an end.