3 Days Tour from Marrakech to Fes via Merzouga


In this 3 Days Tour from Marrakech to Fes via Merzouga, you will know about Berber people, different local foods unbelievable scenery, and ancient villages dating thousands of years and still being used today. And you will pass in different areas. You can stop to take pictures anywhere and anytime. The trip from Marrakech to Fes is an experience not to be missed.


Day1: Marrakech-Atlas Mountains-Ait Ben Haddou-Ouarzazate-Roses valley-Dades Valley

Dear Guest, the pick up at 8 am, this trip takes 7 hours driving, we will pass through the Atlas Mountains at the highest point (2260m), and we will see the Berber villages.
our first visit it’s will be to the UNESCO Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou, which is a village that originated 900 years ago, and was an important area for the salt trade. Now, it is known for filming Hollywood movies and TV series. The famous movies filmed here include Indiana Jones, Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, and the TV series Game of Thrones season 3.
The next stop will be an Ouarzazate for visit and taking lunch before heading to the Dades gorge through S’koura and the rose valley. Once you reach the Dades gorge, you will spend your night at traditional riad or kasbah

Day2: Dades Valley-Tinghir-Tinjdad-Erfoud-Merzouga

After a quiet night in Dades valley, we will drive to Merzouga (the desert area). On the way, we will pass through Berber villages such as Imidar the mineral area, Tenhir, we will visit Todra Gorges “the romantic place” .then we will pass by Erfoud, and Rissani, considered to be one of the holiest cities in Morocco, and where the actual dynasty that rules Morocco originated. Its founder is buried in the village. From Rissani, we will cross a black desert to Merzouga desert, where a camel caravan will be waiting for you. after taking a rest you start your camel trek adventure over the Merzouga dunes to catch the beautiful Saharan sunset. Then you will spend the night at a Sahara desert camp, where dinner will be served under the stars and local nomads will be playing traditional music with traditional drums throughout the night.

Day3: Merzouga-Erfoud-Ziz Valley-Midelt-Ifrane-Fes

After a magical night in the desert. You will wake up early to see the sunrise experience at the top of sand dunes, after breakfast, and taking a shower. You will have two options back to Merzouga by 4×4 or camel ride. In Merzouga you find your driver waiting for you to start Your day to Fez. We will pass through scattered Berber villages. You will also cross through the Middle Atlas Mountains, we will enjoy our lunch in Midelt. Then we will continue our driving with an option to stop at the cedar forests to take pictures of Berber monkeys. You will drop you off at your accommodation in Fes.

Additional info about 3 Days Tour from Marrakech:

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONAirport, Riad, Hotel or everywhere you want
DEPARTURE TIMEPlease depart at 8:00 AM.
RETURN TIMEApproximately 6:30 PM.
WEARComfortable athletic clothing, jacket, and sunscreen.
Comfortable transport with A/CProfessional driver speak English
Pick up from your accommodationCamel ride
Private tent in the desertDinner and breakfast in Riad Dades/ the camp
plane tickets

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Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 3 reviews
February 14, 2020

The trip from Fez to Marrakech via Merzouga desert was wonderful. we had so much fun, the driver Mohammed helped and he gave us a lot of information about Berber people. the first day we ate tajines lunch. and Berber pizza in the desert. we did a camel ride, this trip was incredible

June 8, 2020

I booked with this company. And they help me so much thank you so much for everything

September 11, 2020

the best trip ever

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