5 days 4 nights
Fes and Marrakesh are two of the most popular tourist destinations in Morocco. If you’re planning a trip to Morocco, you can’t go wrong with either of these cities. However, if you only have time for one, which should you choose?
Fes is the country’s oldest city and is home to Morocco’s largest medieval Medina. Marrakesh, on the other hand, is a bustling city with a more modern feel. It’s also home to some of the best shopping and nightlife in Morocco.
If you’re undecided, why not do a 5-day tour that covers both cities? This way, you can experience the best of both worlds. Keep reading to learn more about this tour and what it has to offer!
With our trips from Fes, you can take a 5-day trip to the Erg Chebbi Sahara Desert, which will culminate in Marrakech. On the first day, a member of our team will meet you at the airport, pick you up, and take you to your lodging. You will tour all of Fes‘ major attractions the following day. For instance, the Blue Gate of Boujloud, the Chouara Tanneries, and the Madrasa Bou Inania.
Our first day of the tour will be spent travelling to Ifrane. Known for being Little Switzerland. Drive all the way to Erg Chebbi in the Sahara desert after that.
You will delight in the expansive vistas of the Atlas mountains, Ziz valley, and more before arriving. You will enjoy a smooth camel ride across the Merzouga sand dunes once you get at the desert. You may take the best camel-mounted shots of the sun setting and rising. You will reach the stunning, well-appointed camp where we will spend the night after a one and a half hour camel trek.
You will leave the camp on the third day and travel to Boumalne Dades; a location where the valley, snake road, and gorges all draw people.
Finally, a transport to the red city of Marrakech will bring the five-day tour from Fes to Marrakech to an end. Please take note that you have the option of being transferred to your lodging or the airport.
Our driver will pick you up from Fez early on the first day of your 5-day tour from Fes to Marrakech. Then you travel via some of Morocco's top tourist destinations to Merzouga. Ifrane is the first and finest stop you should make along the journey. Ifrane is a city located in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It has a population of around 20,000 people and is known for its ski resort and alpine climate.
A spotless city with the appellation "Switzerland of Morocco" After that, you go to Azrou's cedar forest to observe the apes. It will be an excellent chance to capture images of Morocco's forested landscape, cedar forest, and wild monkeys.
In Midelt, a city known for its minerals and apples, Lunch will be served there. After that, you will continue on with your tour and make stop in Ziz Valley to take some pictures. You will move toward Erfoud and observe the workers' old market for dates and fossils. Erfoud is a town located in the southeastern part of Morocco.
When you arrive to Merzouga in the Sahara, you will switch to riding camels to traverse the arid desert. On top of a tall dune, a stop will be made so that you may take in the spectacular sunset. Continue on to the luxury camp in the desert, where you can dance around the campfire to the sounds of Berber drums under a starry, open sky. Dinner and sleeping at the campsite.
After breakfast on the second day, you begin your exploration. You'll be taken on a tour of the Erg Chebbi dunes. You will go to Khamlia, a modest settlement in Erg Chebbi that was populated by slave-era Africans transported from the Grand Sahara. Prepare to be in awe of the beauty of the environment, the kindness of the locals, and the music. Before you depart for Rissani, you dance and sing. Travelers visiting Morocco must visit Khamlia.
You will go to the little oasis village of Rissani, which is situated close to the Sahara's westernmost edge. The town's large traditional market is well-known. There, you can find crafts, spices, jewellery, presents, and mementos. Additionally, you will be served "Medfouna," a typical Moroccan pizza.
You return to your hotel in Merzouga later to get ready for your trip to Erg Chebbi. You wil ride a camel into the heart of the Sahara desert with our camel guide. When you go to your luxury tent, you'll be greeted with smiles and mint tea. After the meal is served, the celebration starts, and you can sing or dance to the rhythm of Berber music. Camping in the desert and riding camels are the two top activities in Morocco.
You get up early on the third day of our 5-day tour from Fes to Marrakech to see the sunrise. You will then enjoy breakfast in your luxury camp. You prepare for a camel riding adventure with our guide later on. From your encampment to the hotel in Merzouga, you travel by camel.
You leave the hotel after taking a shower and head to Ouarzazate. You will tour the irrigation canal at Jorf before continuing on to the Todra Gorge, where you must halt in order to see the higher gorges. Later, after passing through the Valley of Roses, you make a halt to tour a women's cooperative. There are numerous rose-related items and organic food available. Spend the night in your Dades Valley hotel.
You will relax at Boumaln Dades' environs after breakfast. This will be a chance to observe how Berbers live. Additionally, it will demonstrate a different aspect of life that you were unaware ever existed. Then you proceed to Rose Valley, where you can explore its breathtaking landscapes.
Later on, you carry on with your journey to Skoura, where you can see the 17th-century Kasbah Amridil. It is thought to be one of the most famous living museums in Morocco. It has endured the test of time, giving it the perfect location for gaining an understanding of the long-standing customs of Kasbah life. Your lodging and meals will be in a hotel once you get to Ouarzazate in the afternoon. Ouarzazate is a city in southern Morocco, located at the edge of the Sahara Desert. The city is known for its film studios and for its phosphate mines. Ouarzazate is also a gateway to the Sahara, with several tourist attractions nearby.
You will visit Kasbah Taourirte and the Ouarzazate film studio on the last day of your 5-day tour from Fes to Marrakech. The studio, often known as The Hollywood of Africa, provided the backdrop for numerous well-known movies. Game of Thrones and Lawrence of Arabia are only a couple of the movies there.
You travel up to Ait Ben Hadou through Tizi Ntichka pass after touring the Studio. You will go to the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Producers and filmmakers from throughout the world are well-known for using the area for filming. You will be impressed by the Kasbah, and your trip to Morocco will be a great chance to learn about this fascinating location.
You will go to Marrakech later. However, you stop for lunch along the way before getting to Marrakech. You halt in a Berber village with restaurants with sweeping views. The Morocco Travel driver will deliver you to your accommodation once you get to Marrakech. The 5 Day Morocco Itinerary from Fez to Marrakech will thereafter come to an end.
We hope you liked being with us over our 5-day trip from Fes to Marrakech, which will now come to a close.
Please be aware that you can adjust this tour to suit your preferences.