Tour of 3 days from Fes to Marrakech through Merzouga.
description of Tour of 3 days from Fes to Marrakech through Merzouga:
Tour of 3 days from Fes to Marrakech through Merzouga. In only three days and two nights, you will see so many amazing places. Atlas Mountains, Ait-Ben-Haddou Kasbah, Ouarzazate, Dades, and Todra gorges are included. In addition to the Merzouga Sahara desert and a handful of Berber communities, this region also has a number of Saharan villages. In addition, you will traverse the desert on camels. Witness the magnificent dawn and sunset in the Sahara. In addition, you will visit the historic market of Rissani and the town of Erfoud, which is rich in fossils. Then go to Ifrane, the Switzerland of Morocco, and the cedar forest where Barbary macaques dwell. The trip concludes at Fes.
itinerary of Tour of 3 days from Fes to Marrakech through Merzouga:
this Tour of 3 days from Fes to Marrakech through Merzouga sart After breakfast, our driver will pick you up from your riad to continue your tour. You will be escorted to Ifrane, a small Moroccan city. It is a little city nestled inside the forests of the Atlas Mountains. It is often referred to as the Switzerland of northern Africa.
You will photograph and discover the history of the lion monument. The trek will next go through the expansive Cedar woodlands.
You will have time to relax and shoot the monkeys and surrounding plants in the jungle. The journey continues to Midelt, the apple capital of the world. The city of Midlet is famous for both its fresh apples and its valuable minerals, including vanadalites and tourmaline.
You will have lunch in Midelt and experience the local food. Following lunch, you'll go to the Sahara desert. Along the way, there are beautiful panoramas, such as the view of Tizi n Tlghmt and the Ziz valley, which is "the longest valley in Morocco with a thousand palm palms."
Then go to Erfoud, the dattes and fossils capital of the world. Merzouga in the Sahara desert is reached after driving 43 kilometers. In Merzouga, we will spend the night in the desert and prepare for a camel ride to Berber tents tucked away amid the dunes and affording a beautiful view.
Upon arriving at the camp, you will take a shower in a lovely Berber tent where you will spend the night. In order for you to go barefoot on the soft sand and freely explore the region. Dinner will be an exquisite Berber meal prepared from scratch.
Under the stars, we will conclude the evening by performing Berber music on drums and dancing. The next day will be quite hectic, so you will need to recuperate.
We will rise early to see the dawn, snap pictures, and have breakfast. Then, we will ride our camels back to the hotel and have a shower before driving to Bomalne Dades via Rissani (the city of dates) and Erfoud (the capital of marble and fossils), where we will stop for pictures.
Our first stop will be Toudgha Gourge, where we will have lunch and rest, as well as see the panoramic view of the mud-built Berber communities that overlook the valley and descend 300 meters. Additionally,
You will begin your journey to Marrakech, the Red City, after breakfast. You will enjoy views of the High Atlas Mountains, lovely valleys, and the oasis of Skoura throughout the journey.
Even though I spent several hours in the car, the gorgeous surroundings helped the time pass swiftly. You may visit Africa's biggest film studio in Ouarzazate, the "Hollywood" of Africa.
Then, you will visit the fortified Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, where, among others, the films Lawrence Darabie (1962), Bandits, Bandits (1981), Gladiator (2000), Alexandre (2004), and Kingdom of Heaven (2005) were filmed.
Our 3 days tour culminates in Marrakech after traversing the High Atlas Mountains on route to your ultimate destination.
- 3 days / 2 nights
- 2 breakfasts
- 2 dinners (1D in Dades, 1D in Merzouga,)
- full private transport A/C
- Driver Guide English And spanish speaking during the tour
- Camel trekking in Sahara desert
NOTE: Please get in touch with us so that we can customise the trip to your particular needs and preferences.