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One popular destination is Marrakesh. This vibrant city is full of color, life, and energy. There are a number of things to see and do in Marrakesh, from shopping in the markets to exploring the city’s many mosques and Madrasas.
Fes is one of the oldest and most fascinating cities in Morocco. The medieval city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is renowned for its beautiful architecture, stunning tilework, and rich history. From Fes, it is possible to take a number of day trips to explore other parts of Morocco. If you are planning a trip to Morocco, be sure to add Fes and Marrakesh to your itinerary!
Due to the Moroccan desert’s widespread popularity, it is possible to visit the Sahara Desert with minimal trouble and without needing to travel for weeks. The Moroccan desert is known as the Greater Sahara, and it borders both Western Sahara and Algeria. It has developed into a luxurious resort in this nation as the pinnacle of luxury desert camping experiences from Marrakesh.
You can experience two very different worlds in one day if you travel from a metropolis to a desert; if you choose, you can go from the hustle of the city to nothing but sand. As you discover previously undiscovered historical trade routes that connect Africa, Asia, and Europe and draw inspiration from numerous Moroccan cultural expressions, you find equilibrium along the way.
Our well-liked adventure is the 5-day Marrakech tour to Merzouga and Fes. The journey is the best way to comfortably see the Merzouga desert. If you don’t mind spending a lot of time in the automobile, the 5-day trip is for you. It’s acceptable that some people prefer to stay in the desert for three days.
We stop at several attractions along the tour so you can occupy your time however you like. Top-notch and bilingual are our drivers. They are also amusing and friendly, and they will introduce you to the people so you may make friends and learn about this country in a more genuine way.
You can engage in a range of activities while on this excursion, including camel trekking and camping in the desert. You can take a stroll around Ait Ben Haddou, enjoy some tea with the locals, encounter cave nomads, go through the Dades Valley, or discover the Todra Gorges. The desert tour includes all of these things in addition to many other things.
In the Sahara desert, there are a few different routes you can travel that can connect you to a range of locations, depending on where you start. For a breakdown of your trip to the Moroccan desert and to learn more, keep reading.
Our driver will pick you up from your accommodation on the first day of the 5-day tour from Marrakech to Fez. After that, you go across the High Atlas Mountains' Tizi N'Tichka Pass on your way to Ouarzazate. You make multiple stops along the journey to take pictures and take in the expansive views of the High Atlas Mountains. You'll be impressed with the authentic Berber settlements you see along the journey. Later, you will arrive in the modest settlement of At Benhaddou, where you may explore the fascinating Kasbah that bears its name. The Man Who Would Be King, Jewel of the Nile, Jesus of Nazareth, The Message, Lawrence of Arabia, The Mummy, and Gladiator were all filmed at this Kasbah, which is perched on a hill along the productive Ounila River. You travel in the direction of Ouarzazate after seeing the Kasbah. You go to Taourirt Kasbah and the ATLAS STUDIO. Spend the night at your Ouarzazate hotel.
You will leave your accommodation after breakfast and head toward Todra Gorges. You make a pit stop en route to see the magnificent Kasbah of Amerhidil in Skoura Oasis. The enormous palm groves and breathtaking views of the Atlas Mountains will captivate you. After that, you will make a lunch stop along the way in Roses Valley. Later, you will pass the Dadès Valley on your way to Todra Gorge, your ultimate goal. Prepare to be awed by the breathtaking sight of the more than a thousand Kasbahs that are dispersed along the route. You pause several times to view the Todra River and take pictures. Up until you reach Todra Gorge, where you will spend the night, you travel along the river's edge. Dinner and overnight at your hotel just near Todra River.
We will go through Todra Gorge and Merzouga on the third day of our desert excursion from Marrakech to Fez. Prior doing that, though, you hike to discover Todra Gorge's environs. You will adore the breathtaking view of the enormous granite cliffs, which may reach heights of 300 metres. After that, you depart for Tinjdad so that you can have lunch there. After that, you take a drive through Erfoud to Merzouga. On your way, you will pass over the Khatarat (Canal irrigation system). When you get to Erfoud, you can stop by one of the marble fossil Carriers before going to your riad, which is located at the base of the orange Erg Chebbi dunes. Additionally, you have the opportunity to see some nomads who still reside in camps. You will ride camels close to the hotel to get to your luxurious camp in the Sahara desert's Oasis. You'll be able to take in the sunset as you travel. However, another Arabian night will begin when you get to your luxurious camp. Your trip to Morocco will be one to remember thanks to the singing and dancing. The desert night has a distinct flavour. You have a choice of sleeping outside or within your barber camp.
From Marrakech to Fez, your trip through the desert includes stops in several Moroccan cities. You will, however, have some free time in the morning before doing that. You can use it to sleep or to relax in your hotel's surroundings. After lunch, we'll begin our journey. Then, we take Rissani, Erfoud, Erachidia, Rich, and Tizi N'Talghom Pass to get to Midelt (1907m). We'll make several stops along the journey so we can see the most significant locations. You will pause to see Zawiya Moulay Ali ash-Sharif, and you can also explore Rissani's souk, which is thought to be the biggest in southern Morocco. Following that, you carry on to Errachidia. You'll pause to take in the expansive beauty of the Aoufous Oasis. You will eventually come across Errachidia, known as the military city for its numerous garrisons. To take pictures, you can pause near the Hassan Adakhil Barrage. You continue down the Ziz River after that. The stunning views of the Ksours and Ziz gorges will delight you. The journey will be incredible. Your trip to Morocco will be one to remember because you'll experience so many interesting things and breathtaking sights. To reach Midelt, you must finally pass across the Tizi N'Talghom Pass. Stay the night in your hotel.
After breakfast on the final day of your trip through Morocco from Marrakech to Fez, you begin your tour. From Midelt to Fez, you can drive. You'll be in awe as you travel by the stunning sight of snow-covered Jebel Aachi Mountain peaks. Azrou is the first town you come to. To capture pictures of the barbarian monkeys, you pause in the cedar forest there. You also stroll around the city. Driving to Ifrane, also known as "The Moroccan Switzerland," after leaving Azrou. It is a very magical city, Ifran. It ranks among the world's cleanest cities. beautiful and lovely. You pause there to see the lion stone and take pictures. Al-khawayn (Two Brothers) University is accessible. Finally, you travel via Imouzar Kander on your way to Fez. Spend the night at your Fez hotel. You can alter this trip to suit your preferences. However, because we consider your comfort and the number of driving hours, we believe it to be the ideal option. If you require any information, kindly get in touch with us.