10 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga Desert And Marrakech

10 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga Desert And Marrakech


Day 1: Arrive in FES

We will pick you up at the time estimated by our guide and drop you off at the hotel, which is well located and located in the medina, which is the historical part of Fez, depending on the departure time. arrival, it is possible to visit the room. Night in hotel or riad.


Day 2: Full day to discover Fez.

After breakfast at your hotel or riad, set off to explore the medina, where you will visit many hidden gems known only to local residents. Fez has been the capital of Morocco for over 350 years and is home to Al Karaouine University, the oldest continuously operating university in the world. Your guide will take you to the tomb of Moulay Idris, the Nejjarine fountain and the tannery. After lunch, you will also visit the facade of the Royal Palace and cross the famous Jewish quarter “Mellah”, where you will have the opportunity to visit one of the few remaining synagogues in Morocco. Your trip to Fez includes a short visit to the famous ceramic factory, before you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the entire Fez medina. Overnight at your hotel or riad.



After breakfast, departure towards the southeast through the Middle Atlas via “Ifrane la Suisse Marocaine” then Azrou where we will stop to Stop at the famous largest cedar forest in Morocco to see and play with Barbary apes. From here we continue south passing through a few towns where you will have the opportunity to see nomads living in tents where you will arrive in Midert for lunch. We continue through the vast open desert and as we approach the town of Er Rachidia or imtghren see how the landscape changes to reveal the signs of the desert. Your journey continues along the lush Ziz Valley and the Tafilalet palm grove, famous for its date palm cultivation. The region was the foundation of the Alaouite dynasty – the current ruling royal family in Morocco. You will arrive in Merzouga in the late afternoon – you will be greeted with a cup of mint tea before checking into your riad.


Day 4: Merzouga – Camel ride and night in a Berber tent

After breakfast at the Riad, you will begin to explore the region. You will visit the Gnawa – originally slaves brought from Sudan – to learn about their music and way of life. Not far away is Lake Merzouga, home to birds. You can also visit the souks of Rissani, a traditional town that was once home to Morocco’s ruling family and the caravans that traded to Timbuktu, Mali. Here you will see many hooded men and veiled women. Return to the village of Merzouga to rest, ride a camel in the afternoon and explore the interior of the Merzouga Sand Sea under the guidance of an experienced camel driver. The night will be in our desert camp where you will have dinner. For your comfort, the campsite is equipped with Western-style sanitary facilities.


Day 5: Merzouga Desert – Todra Gorges – Palm Brow of Tinghir – Dades Gorges

Early in the morning, your camel guide will wake you up to watch what could be the best sunrise of your life. After sunrise, you will return to the city of Merzouga. Along the way, you are sure to enjoy a unique view of the majestic Erg Chebbi dunes – which change over time. After breakfast at your hotel, you will depart for Rissani, Tinghir and the Todra Gorge – the highest and narrowest canyon in Morocco. After lunch in the heart of the canyon, we cross the Dades Valley where you will see majestic sandcastles and amazing rock formations called “monkeys”. Accommodation for the night will be in a luxury hotel overlooking the Dades Valley.


Day 6: Dades Valley – KASBAH AMRIDIL – Skoura Palm Island – Ouarzazate

After breakfast at the hotel, we cross the Dades Valley to Kalaat Mgouna and Ouarzazate. The road through the Dades Valley is the path of a thousand kasbahs – offering countless opportunities to take some of the best photos of your trip. We stop at Kalaat Mgouna, the “City of Roses”, to buy some rose water, which will keep your sheets fragrant long after your travels. Continue to Ouarzazate via Amridil Kasbah, one of the last Berber rulers of the 18th century, now home to many Glaouis. In the evening you will stop in Ouarzazate.



After breakfast at the riad we head to the ksar (fortified village) Ait Ben Haddou to visit the famous Kasbah (declared by the United Nations in 1986 UNESCO World Heritage). Famous films have been filmed on this spectacular stage, including Gladiator, The Obelisk, The Mummy, The Jewel of the Nile, The Sahara by Penelope Cruz… and more.

After visiting the Kasbah we will go to Marrakech where we will visit the port of Tizi Ntichka. 2,260 m is the highest point in our country. We will enjoy the beautiful scenery from the observation decks along the way and stop to take photos of the Berber villages before checking into a riad inside the medina in the late afternoon. Night at the Riad.


Day 8: To Essaouira

After breakfast at your hotel, you will begin your journey to the coastal town of Essaouira. Get there after about 2.5 hours by car and start exploring the city. Stroll through the alleys of the medina and discover hundreds of handicrafts. The “Wind City” attracts surfers from all over the world. Essaouira has been home to many civilizations – including the Portuguese occupation which influenced much of its architecture – but it remains a city with a rich history. It is also considered the “Pearl of the Atlantic” of Morocco due to its size, distinctive blue doors and washed walls. You will also visit a women’s cooperative for argan oil. Here they extract oils known for their culinary, cosmetic and medicinal properties. Lunch is free in the medina or at the port. In the afternoon, you will return to Marrakech. Night at the Riad.


Day 9: Full day visit of Marrakech

Free day in Marrakech, visit all the places you have never visited: the Saadian Tombs, the magnificent Bahia Palace and the Ben Youssef Koranic school. Finally, end the morning with a stroll through the alleys of the medina – a chance to admire all the different artisans working on their craft before heading to the famous Jamaa El Fna square. Have lunch in a restaurant near the square, then spend the afternoon visiting the Majorelle Gardens with a short visit to Gueliz, the new city of Marrakech. After dinner, you can choose to stroll through the square, where there are magicians, storytellers, tooth pullers and food vendors. Overnight at your riad


Day 10: Marrakech – Airport

After breakfast at your riad, we will transfer you to the airport for your return flight and complete the work.



  • Transportation from airport to hotel and between different destinations
  • Accommodation in hotel or riad
  • Breakfast
  • Guided tour of Fes including visits to Moulay Idriss mausoleum, the Nejjarine Fountains, the Tanneries, the Royal Palace, the Jewish quarter, and a ceramic factory
  • Visit to the cedar forest and Barbary apes in Azrou
  • Journey through the Middle Atlas, Ziz Valley, and Tafilalet date palm grove
  • Camel trek and overnight in Berber tent in Merzouga desert
  • Visit to Gnawa people and Rissani souk
  • Sunrise viewing in the sand-sea of Merzouga
  • Visit to Todra gorges and Dades gorges
  • Drive through the Dades Valley and Kalaat Mgouna
  • Visit to Amridil Kasbah and Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah
  • Dinner at desert camp

Not Included:

  • Lunch and drinks
  • Entrance fees to museums and other attractions
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities.
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