5 days tour from Marrakech to Fes via Merzouga desert info:
5 days tour from Marrakech to Fes Via Merzouga overview:
The 5 days tour from Marrakech to Fes will take you to the Erg Chebbi Dunes. As well as some other fascinating and memorable stops along the way. Also, you will have the opportunity to learn about local customs, delectable cuisine. Not to mention the diverse architecture of south Morocco.
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5 days tour from Marrakech to Fes Itinerary:
Day 1: Marrakech – High Atlas –Ouarzazate – Tinghir – todgha gorge:
On the first day of the 5 days tour from Marrakech to Fes around 8 a.m., depart for Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah through the Tizi’nt Tichka pass in the High Atlas (2260 meters high). The scenery is stunning. Also, there are several Berber villages that blend in with the mountain’s color. Arrived in Ouarzazat for lunch near the stunning Kasbah Taourirt.
Then continue in the direction of the Rose Valley through Ouarzazate to Tinghir, then on to the Todra Gorges, a magnificent and spectacular location that has been used as a natural backdrop for numerous films. Dinner and overnight in a riad or a kasbah in Tinghir.
Day 2: Todgha gorge – Tinjdad – Mlaab – erfoud – Merzouga desert:
On the second day of the 5 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga, you’ll leave the hotel after breakfast and travel to Merzouga via the Todra Gorge and Rissani. After Tinghir, there’s the Todra Gorge, which is the region’s narrowest. Also, highest, with panoramic views of the valley’s old mud Berber villages.
Lunch is served in a restaurant under the gorge’s 200-meter-high red cliff. Hundreds of rock climbers flock to the area to partake in their favorite sport. Go on to Erfoud and Rissani, then through the open black desert to Merzouga, where you will be greeted with a glass of mint tea before checking into your Riad. Your Riad will be your home for the night.
Day 3: Touring in Merzouga Sahara desert:
The third day of the 5 days from Marrakech to Merzouga is detected for the Merzouga desert. That is to say, you will begin exploring the area after breakfast in your hotel. First of all, you’ll head to Khamlia. People here are originally brought from Mali. We wll learn about their culture and music. Next, the Merzouga Lake, with its diverse bird population, is not far away.
You may also want to pay a visit to the nomad wire house, which sells many Berber handicrafts at lower prices than in the big cities. In the afternoon, you’ll ride on a camel, and across Merzouga’s sand sea, led by an experienced camel man. Dinner will be served in front of the tent where you will be sleeping. Flush toilets and a shower are available at the camp.
Day 4: Rissani – Erfoud – Ziz Valley – Rich – Midalet:
We’ll head to Midalet via Errachidia and Rich after a luxurious breakfast in the hotel. Our first stop will be in Rissani, the birthplace of Morocco’s new ruling family, the Alaouit Dynasty. Rissani is a vibrant city full of veiled women and hooded men conversing.
Your way to Midelt continues through the spectacular Ziz Gorges. The latter were cut out of volcanic rock. As well as the Ziz Valley and its fascinating scenery. Before checking into your hotel, you’ll arrive in Medilt town late in the afternoon. This how our 4th day of the 5 days tour from Marrakech is planed.
Day 5: Midlet – Cedar forest – Ifrane – Middle Atlas – Fes:
On the last day of the 5 days tour from Marrakech to Fes, we’ll depart from your hotel after breakfast and head to Fes via Azrou and Ifrane. On your way to Azrou and Fes today, take in the stunning different scenery. Firstly, you’ll make a pit stop in Azrou, which is located in the Middle Atlas Mountains.
Not to mention that you’ll have the chance to see Barbarian apes in their natural habitat in the Cedar forest. Following that, we head to Ifrane, a French village known as Morocco’s Switzerland. Then it’s on to Fes and to your Riad for the night.