4 Days Sahara Desert Tour from Fez to Marrakech

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from/per group 528.0$
  • From Fez
  • 24/24 Support
  • Access for disabled
  • Expert Driver
  • Groups allowed
  • Wifi

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A 4 days 3 nights trip to Merzouga Desert is ideal for travellers who arrive in Fez and return home from Marrakech. As well as visiting these two incredible former Imperial Cities, you will discover the stunning Sahara Desert.

Highlights :

      • Explore Fez city
      • Enjoy the beautiful landscapes between Merzouga and Marrakech
      • Take a short walks in Dades and The Draa Valley
      • Drive the Tizi n Tichka Pass of the High Atlas Mountains
      • Visit the UNESCO worlde heritage site of Ait Ben Haddou
      • Pass Ouarzazate and visit Film Studios and Taourirt Kasbah
      • Camel ride for sunset and sunrise, overnight in Tents.

Included :

    • Private Transportation with A/C ( 4×4 or Minibus )
    • Driver (English Speaker)
    • Fuel

Not Included :

    • Hotels (Click “book” button for include hotels and other)
    • Meals and drinks (if you include hotels. breakfast and dinner will be included)
    • Kasbah entrance fees.


DAY 1 :

Fez – Ifrane – Azrou – Erfoud – Merzouga

Your chauffeur will collect you from your hotel bright and early and you will set off to Merzouga, crossing the Middle Atlas and its beautiful cedar forests, home to the friendly barbary apes.

On the way, you will traverse the small village of Ifrane, popularly known as “Morocco’s Little Switzerland”, one of the most exclusive ski resorts in Morocco. Then, you will drive through Azrou, one of the most famous Berber towns in the country.

Afterwards, cross the Ziz Valley and its jagged gorges until you get to Midelt and Erfoud. From the last village, take a dirt road to Merzouga, a charming village on the edge of the desert.

DAY 2 :

Enjoying the Erg Chebbi dunes

Spend the whole second day exploring the spectacular Merzouga Desert. Plow through the golden-coloured dunes on a 4x4, visit nomad hamlets, admire beautiful oases and walk along the famous Erg Chebbi dunes.

Next, visit the little village of Khamlia, where the Gnawa live. The Gnawa population are descents of Central African slaves and are famous across the world for their beautiful folk music that combines classic Islamic Sufism with their traditions.

In the evening you will be driven back to your hotel where camels will be waiting for you to take you into the heart of the dunes to spend a night in a Berber tent.

DAY 3 :

Merzouga – Todgha Gorge – Ouarzazate

Wake up in the dark and sit on top of a dune to witness a breath-taking sunrise. Afterwards, climb back on a camel and return to the small village of Merzouga, where you will have breakfast and a refreshing shower (depending on the type of camp, your breakfast and shower might be before the camel ride).

On your way to Ouarzazate you will drive past Rissani and Tafilalet, where the Alaouite dynasty of Morocco are originally from. Next, you will head to the impressive Todgha Gorge, in the Dades Valley, situated in the centre of the High Atlas Mountains.

Leave Dades Valley behind and take the route of the thousand kasbahs, admiring along the way the Valley of the Roses and Skoura’s palm grove. Finally, you will reach Ouarzazate, where you will spend the night.

DAY 4 :

Ouarzazate – Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou – Marrakech

After a filling breakfast, you will be driven to the Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou, one of the most famous fortified cities in the world. Numerous films have been set in this charming location, including Gladiator. You will walk into the ruins of the kasbah to discover its rich history and secrets.

On our way to Marrakech, you will cross a valley full of almond trees and the picturesque Berber hamlets: Amerzgane, Agouim and Ighrem. Climb up into the depths of the Atlas through Tizi n'Tichka mountain port, 2.260 meters high, and stop to eat a traditional Moroccan meal at Tadart.


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