Tours from Marrakech

Morocco desert tours from Marrakech - Private & Group trips

Desert tours from Marrakech

Marrakech, also known as the “red city” by most Moroccans, is a well-known location because of its expansive souks and gardens. Furthermore, Marrakech has been seen as the beginning and finish of all journeys, meaning that half of tourists begin and end their tours there. Moreover, a great number of people visit Morocco because of its lengthy history. As a travel agency in Morocco, we arrange both solo travel and group desert excursions departing from Marrakech.

Morocco desert tours from Marrakech

Group & private desert tours from Marrakech:

Morocco desert tours from Marrakech

3 days tour from Marrakech to Fes

Private and Group desert tour from Marrakech to Fes in 3 days.
Morocco desert tours from Marrakech

2 days tour from Marrakech to Zafora

2 days desert tour from Marrakech to the Sahara desert of Zagora.
Morocco desert tours from Marrakech

Best Marrakech desert tours 3 days

Marrakech to Fes 3 days desert tours via Ifrane!
Morocco desert tours from Marrakech

Marrakech desert tours 4 days

4 days tour from Marrakech to the Sahara desert and back.
Morocco desert tours from Marrakech
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5 days tour from Marrakech

Top 5 days tour itinerary from Marrakech to Merzouga desert.
Morocco desert tours from Marrakech

6 days tour from Marrakech

Morocco 6 days itinerary from Marrakech to Merzouga desert.
Morocco desert tours from Marrakech

8 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga

Marrakech to Merzouga desert 8 days itinerary.
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10 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga desert.

Complete 10 days itinerary from Marrakech to the Erg Chebbi for Camel riding.

Morocco desert tours from Marrakech's Highlights

Visit Merzouga, the Sahara desert:

Our personalized Morocco group and private desert trips departing from Marrakech undoubtedly culminate in a visit to the Sahara desert. when you get to Merzouga’s desert. You’re going to be in a different atmosphere. We usually get there in the evening to avoid missing the sunset. We’re going to ride camels through the golden dunes of the desert. Observing the colors of the Sahara from the back of a camel is an amazing sight. Our guides will ensure that you have the finest possible camel ride. On the trip to the camp, they will also snap some unforgettable photos.

The moment you arrive at the camp, the desert night begins. First, a member of our staff will give you a cup of whiskey (mint tea) as a greeting and show you to your

luxury tent. You will have some time to enjoy yourself with the view of the Sahara desert. Secondly, when the night arrives, you will enjoy a traditional dinner meal. Finally, you will end the night with Berber music under the stars.

The best Marrakech desert tours will take you to walk Marrakech:

In the center of Morocco sits the energetic city of Marrakech. Often referred to as the “Red City,” it is well-known for its breathtaking architecture, vibrant souks (marketplaces), vibrant gardens, and delectable food.

The medina, a walled city inside the city that is home to a number of tourist attractions like the Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, and the Saadian Tombs, is one of the main draws of Marrakech. Another well-liked location to see traditional street performers and eat regional specialties is Jemaa el-Fnaa Square.

Famous gardens like the Majorelle Garden and the Menara Garden, which are well-liked tourist destinations, are another aspect of Marrakech’s reputation. Authentic Moroccan food is also available to visitors in a large number of eateries, cafes, and food stands located all over the city.

With our Morocco desert tours from Marrakech, you will visit the Atlas Mountains:

With our Morocco desert group and private tours from Marrakech, you will have the chance to pass by the most famous mountain ranges in the world. Usually, when booking our customized trips, we pass by the high Atlas Mountains and Tizi Ntichka pass.  This latter is one of the largest curved roads in the kingdom.

Here, we pass by so many Beber villages that are built on the Mountains. However, we often stop by the cooperative Argan Oil, where a lot of women gather to produce cosmetic Oil. Further, we stop by the highest point of the pass (2260 m), where you will get to see the road’s curves and pick pictures. However, if you book a tour that ends in Fes, you will have a chance to see the Midelt Atlas Mountains.

Discover the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou:

Join us to discover Morocco you may notice that we have been mentioning Ait ben Haddou on every tour because of the fabulous views it shows, The site of the ksar has been fortified since the 11th century during the Almoravid period. None of the current buildings are believed to date from before the 17th century; they were likely built with the same construction methods and designs as had been used for centuries before. The site’s strategic importance was due to its location in the Ounila Valley, along with one of the main trans-Saharan trade routes. 

The ksar has been significantly restored in modern times, thanks in part to its use as a Hollywood filming location and its inscription on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1987. UNESCO reports that the ksar has “preserved its architectural authenticity concerning configuration and materials by continuing to use traditional construction materials and techniques and by largely avoiding new concrete constructions. A local committee is in charge of monitoring and managing the site.

Desert tours from Marrakech will take you to see Ouarzazate.

Ouarzazate, which translates to “the city without noise,” is also referred to as the Sahara Desert’s entry point. Our desert trips from Marrakech provide you with stunning views of the red-sand deserts, mountains, and palm plantations that encircle the city. The latter is a well-liked tourist attraction because of its many kasbahs and film studios, which have served as the backdrop for a plethora of well-known films and television series. In addition, the city serves as a hub for visitors going to the desert and other adjacent towns like Agadir and Marrakech. All things considered, Ouarzazate is an intriguing location that combines beauty, culture, history, and entertainment.

With our Marrakech desert tours, you will explore many valleys:

Morocco is home to several valleys known for their unique landscapes, cultural heritage, and activities. Our desert tours from Marrakech will take you to discover Draa Valley, located in the south, which is known for its impressive palm groves, ancient kasbahs, and traditional pottery making. In addition, Ourika Valley in the High Atlas Mountains is popular for its hiking trails, waterfalls, and stunning views of the Atlas peaks. Moreover, The Dades Valley is a picturesque oasis of greenery and red rock formations that offers visitors the chance to explore ancient caves, hike in the foothills and enjoy the hospitality of the local people. Meanwhile, the Ziz Valley is famed for its spectacular gorges and rock formations, as well as its traditional Berber villages and the dates that thrive in the arid environment. With all these different valleys, Morocco offers something for everyone to admire and enjoy.

Discover the Sahara desert with best Marrakech desert tours:

The Sahara desert is the main reason for our progress as a travel agency in Morocco, Without forgetting that the Desert is between our basics, it’s the first thing we start from. This time, our Great trip will start By picking you up from the Hotel or the camp by 4×4 car or camel, I would like to mention that you can choose the way you want to discover the desert, whether by car or camel. As usual, we start our magical day by visiting some nomadic Families that still live in innocence under their handmade tents in nowhere, You will have the chance to try their simple, tasty food, and undoubtedly you will get your childhood back in a moment when you meet their babies Some families consist from five to six people living under one roof. The most beloved thing in this area that all tourists fall in love with is the herd of these nomadic families, which consists of goats and sheep Tourists love to play with goat’s babies.

Later on, we will head forward to M’fiss. It’s a place near the borders of Algeria. It has a long history. We will visit a mine of kohl. This mine was colonized and used by the French Empire. Years later, it  got closed for a period until some people from the area opened it again. After that, we will be moving to a nearby cemetery to be acknowledged for the difference between the male and female tombs. If you notice that the rocks surrounding the tomb are face-to-face, then the tomb belongs to the male and the opposite, or the female. We will continue our trip to visit another live style, which is Gnawa the later end of our tour will be in the village your accomodations.

Explore Rissani and Erfoud with the best desert tours from Marrakech:

On desert tours from Marrakech, you will be pleased to visit Rissani and Erfoud. These two cities are the gates of Erg Chabbi, and as usual, we will pass by Rissani to admire its traditional souks. There are two special days that the souks get full: Tuesday and Sunday. All people from the closest villages come on these two days to buy their necessities.

Erfoud is the closest city to the desert after Rissani, famed for its production of fossils. Moreover, there is a yearly festival of dates.

Have a look at the cedar forest and walk in Ifrane.

Discover the Cedar Forest on one of our desert trips from Marrakech. This is the most popular destination in the city and the hub of the region’s tourism. This latter is a living example of how centuries have passed, and it was only a few years ago that the area’s most famous millenary cedar, the Gran Cedar Gouraud, was discovered there. This woodland is home to well-known market stalls selling peanuts, as well as gift and souvenir shops. The hundreds of Gibraltar’s monkeys who call this area home are the cause of these stalls. A portion of the day is spent playing with them by the tourists, who reward them with peanuts.

You will also go to Ifrane, a city in northern Morocco’s Middle Atlas range.Situated in the Fès-Meknès area, the provincial capital of Ifrane is situated at an elevation of The word “ifran” in the Tamazight dialect refers to caverns. On territory taken from the zâwiya people in 1929, the French government founded the present-day town of Ifrane.

With our desert tours from Marrakech, we will discover the city of Fes:

Fes is known as the cultural city of the country, where most of our desert tours from Marrakech end. It is one of the oldest medieval cities that offers a unique experience to visitors with its bustling narrow streets, colorful markets, and traditional architecture. Fes is home to many significant landmarks and attractions, such as the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and University, the world’s oldest university still in operation, the Royal Palace, and the tanneries where traditional leather-making is still practiced. As the cultural capital, Fes also hosts several festivals every year, such as the “Fes Festival of World Sacred Music,” which brings together world-renowned musicians to perform in the city’s ancient landmarks. Fes gives tourists a chance to discover and experience Morocco’s rich history, heritage, and traditional culture firsthand.

Meknes during our Marrakech desert tours:

Our desert tours from Marrakech will take you to discover one of the oldest cities in Morocco. Meknes is a historic city in northern Morocco. It was the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco in the 17th century, under the reign of Sultan Moulay Ismail. 

The city boasts an impressive medina with a UNESCO World Heritage-listed gate and massive walls. The Bou Inania Madrasa is a stunning religious school with intricate tilework and carvings. Other highlights include the Museum of Moroccan Art, Dar Jamai Palace, and the royal stables, which can house up to 12,000 horses. Meknes is also known for its delicious cuisine, particularly the famous “Mechoui” lamb roast.

Discover the blue city with our Marrakech desert tours:

Located in the Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen, also referred to as the “Blue Pearl of Morocco,” is an incredibly gorgeous city.

The city is well known for its lively medina, winding streets, and gorgeous blue-washed houses. There is a tradition that the buildings’ distinctive blue color scheme dates back to Jewish immigrants who came to the city in the 1930s. Chefchaouen is renowned for its elaborate handicrafts, which include textiles, ceramics, and leather goods, in addition to its colorful architecture. Conversely, visitors can spend their days taking in the many historical sites in the city, enjoying delicious Moroccan food, or just lounging in the little neighborhood cafes.

All things considered, Chefchaouen provides visitors with a singular and remarkable experience that blends breathtaking scenery, a thriving local economy, and warm friendliness.

With our desert tours from Marrakech, you will explore Tangier.

Our desert tours from Marrakech are your chance to discover the beautiful Tanger. The North Bride, as many Moroccans like to call it, is one of the best destinations to visit.

Tangier is a fascinating port city located in northern Morocco, where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. Not to mention its strategic importance and cosmopolitan vibe, Tangier has always been a melting pot of cultures and civilizations, which shaped its architecture, cuisine, and arts. Whether you’re strolling through the old medina with its winding alleys and colorful bazaars, savoring a mint tea in a traditional café overlooking the sea, or visiting the Grand Socco market, where local vendors sell spices, pottery, and souvenirs, Tangier will leave you mesmerized and enchanted. Besides its cultural heritage, Tangier boasts plenty of natural attractions, such as the Cap Spartel lighthouse, the Caves of Hercules, and the stunning beaches of Asilah and Tangier-Med.

All in all, Tangier is a multi-layered city that combines tradition with modernity, history with innovation, and diversity with harmony.

Join our desert tours and enjoy visiting Casablanca:

With our desert tours from Marrakech, you will be experiencing the economic capital of Morocco. The city is home to several iconic landmarks, including Hassan II Mosque, which is one of the largest mosques in the world. Casablanca is also famous for its bustling markets, delicious cuisine, and lively nightlife scene. Despite its busy metropolitan atmosphere, Casablanca remains deeply rooted in its history and traditions, making it a fascinating destination for visitors looking to experience the soul of Morocco. 

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