5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

Fes to Marrakech tour in 5 days via the Sahara desert

Over Morocco Tous, offer a Fes to Marrakech in 5 days tour via Merzouga desert for a camel ride and camping. Note you can book this tour from Marrakech here.

Fes to Marrakech tour in 5 Days passing by Merzouga Desert itinerary's Overview:

With our tours from Fes, you will enjoy 5 days journey from Fes to Marrakech to discover the Sahara desert of Morocco. As usual, our 5 days start in Fes and end in Marrakech, If you would like to end somewhere else. For instance, start from Fes and end in Fes you must declare it first.

 with that being meant, our desert tour starts with picking you up from Fes directly to the desert, crossing the High and Middle Atlas Mountains, Our first stops will be at Switzerland of Morocco and cedar forest before continuing to Midelt to have a break for lunch. Later on, We drive towards the desert to ride camels and do camping in the middle of the dunes. Last but not least, On the second day, We will take the 4×4 car to discover the desert and its surroundings, Before ending your trip to bustling Marrakech.

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Itinerary for our Fes to Marrakech 5 days tour via Merzouga desert:

Day 1: Arrival and pick up service to the accommodation:

On the first day of our 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech, you are going to be picked up at the arrival time, and your driver/guide will come to pick you up from the airport to your accommodation Hotel/Riad. Where you will enjoy fresh tea and relax from your flight.

Day 2: Visiting Fes attractions:

Our one-day excursion to Fes during the 5 days journey from Fes to Marrakech will commence in the morning from your accommodation. To begin, your local Moroccan travel guide will arrive to pick you up to visit. Bou-Inania Madrasa This madrasa, a remarkable specimen of Islamic architecture in the heart of Medina, was founded as a theological institution in the fourteenth century.

Secondly, we will visit the Dar Batha Museum. This rebuilt 19th-century palace is now a museum displaying Moroccan art and craftsmanship, including as ceramics, fabrics, and wood carvings.

Third, you and your guide will proceed to visit Chouara Tannery. This tannery, located in Medina, is one of the world’s oldest and continues to make leather using ancient processes. Another visit is going to be for the Jewish Quarter or Mellah Once home to a thriving Jewish community, today it’s a quiet neighborhood with synagogues, museums, and traditional Moroccan houses.

Day 3: From Fes to Merzouga & Camel trekking & night at the camp:

On the third day of our five-day vacation from Fes to Marrakech, you will be picked up from your hotel or riad in the morning. A tour of some unique Moroccan places. For starters, we will drive to

Ifrane, often known as Morocco’s Switzerland, is a beautiful place to visit and take memorable photos. After that, we’ll go to Azrou to observe the monkeys in the cedar forest. Continuing to Midelt for lunch. In the afternoon, we will cross the pass of TIZI N TALGHAMT to reach Errachidia, savoring the panorama. Later, we’ll stop for a panoramic vista of Ziz Valley. The journey continues to Erg Chebbi dunes, passing via Aoufous and Erfoud, both famous for fossils and dates.
After that, we’ll head to Erg Chebbi’s stunning dunes, popularly known as Merzouga Dunes. Arrive at the hotel and prepare for a one-and-a-half-hour camel trek to enjoy the sunset, try sandboarding if that’s an activity that interests you, take pictures, and enjoy the view. After the sun goes down, your camel ride continues to the camp, where you’ll be greeted with a glass of mint tea, and delicious dinner, listen to Berber drumming music, watch a sky full of bright stars, and spend the night at the desert camp

Day 4: Merzouga desert to Boumalne Dades via Tinghir:

The fourth day of the Fes to Marrakech 5-day tour of the Sahara desert will begin after breakfast at the hotel or camp. A visit to the beautiful Boumalne Dades, Before heading there, we’ll stop in Rissani, which is noted for its donkey festival on market days. It is also where the Caranas from Mauritania, Southern Mali, used to stay and rest. We shall now continue our journey to Morocco’s southernmost point. You will visit Tinghir and the Todra Gorge, one of Morocco’s most impressive canyons.

After touring the Canyons, we will continue our journey to Boumalne Dadea, where we will spend the night at a local hotel with views of the Valley.

Day 5: Boumalne Dades to Marrakech via Ouarzazate:

Our Fes to Marrakech  5 days tour via the Sahara desert’s last day will start after breakfast at Boumalne Dades. To begin with, we will visit Ouarzazate, the gate to the Sahara desert, passing by the Valley of Roses, which is renowned for its rose festival in May. Then, you’ll visit Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has been the stage for many movies. When talking about Ait ben Haddou, we should mention the movies that were shot there. For example, in the TV series Game of Thrones, Cleopatra, Alexander…

After visiting the Kasbah, we will cross the High mountains at an altitude of 2260m at Tizi NTichka and visit one of Argan’s oil cooperatives. Eventually, get to Marrakech where our Fes to Marrakech 5 days tour ends.

5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech via Merzouga reviews:

Trip to the desert

I traveled to the Merzouga desert with my teenage daughter in a group of ten individuals. It's been an unforgettable experience. The treatment, attention, and service provided by both the guides and the trip organizers have been superb. The camp was a complete surprise, with everything in excellent condition and cleanliness. The delicious food and the celebration at night around the fire with the Berbers playing the drums were fantastic. We will undoubtedly return, but this time for a longer stay in the desert to appreciate the wonders of the dunes
Decembre 2019

Unforgettable travel

Visiting and learning Morocco alongside Rafa and Sayd was a fantastic experience; their kindness made the trip delightful and informative. The sights we visit are stunning, and the trip's logistics allow you to visit representative places in this country. Seeing an oasis, the river that sustains it, and even tasting the dates and olives harvested there are among the experiences you will have on your journey. You fall in love with the music and the scenery, and you meet individuals who make you feel at home in Africa.
September 2020
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