6 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

Morocco 6 days tour itinerary from Fes to Marrakech via the desert

Over Morocco Tours, offer a 6 days tour itinerary from Fes to Marrakech passing by Merzouga desert check, check the tour below!

6 days Morocco tour itinerary from Fes to Marrakech via Merzouga Desert Overview:


Morocco Tours, a travel agency, offers a 6-day tour from Fes to Marrakech that includes a stop in the Merzouga desert and customizes the best itinerary for it.

To begin, our encountered staff will transport you from the airport to your hotel in Fes. You will relax there before exploring the city the next day. On the visit day, we will begin by seeing Fes’ magnificent old town, which might lead us to the ancient Souks and popular stores…

Second, we will explore the historic Moroccan architectural Madrasa Bou Inania. The first religious school in Fes, no Muslims are permitted to enter or ascertain.

After touring Fes, we will continue and pass by the High and Middle Atlas Mountains, which will be our first stop.

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6 days Morocco tour from Fes to Marrakech via Merzouga itinerary's highlights:

6 days Morocco tour from Fes to Marrakech via Merzouga desert itinerary:

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

As The first day of the 6 days Morocco tour itinerary from Fes to Marrakech starts with pick up service, Our diver/guide will pick you up at any point in Fes to your accomodation.

Day 2: Visiting Fes attractions:

Fes is one of the many historically and culturally significant cities in the country. You will see some of the most famous landmarks, including the leather tanneries, the Bou Inania Madrasa, and the Karaouine Mosque. So on the second day of our 6-day Morocco tour from Fes to Marrakech via the Sahara desert, will start in the morning from your accommodation. To start with, your native 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 14th century.
Secondly, we will visit the Dar Batha Museum. This rebuilt 19th-century palace is now a museum displaying Moroccan art and craftsmanship, including 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 excursion will be to the Jewish Quarter, often known as Mellah It was once home to a vibrant Jewish community, but now it’s a tranquil area with synagogues, museums, and traditional Moroccan homes.

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

On this 6-day Morocco journey from Fes to Marrakech via the Merzouga desert, 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 drive continues to Erg Chebbi dunes, passing by Aoufous and Erfoud, known for fossils and dates.
After that we will continue to the captivating dunes of Erg Chebbi, these dunes are called also Merzouga Dunes. Arrive at the hotel and get ready for a camel trek for one hour and a half to enjoy the sunset, try sandboarding if that’s an activity you are interested in, take pictures and enjoy the view, after the sun goes down your camel ride continues to the camp where you will be welcomed with a glass of mint tea, delicious dinner, listen to the Berber drumming music, watch a sky full of bright stars and then spend a night at the desert camp. 

Day 4: Erg Chebbi 4WD tour :

The Erg Chebbi desert journey is the highlight of the 6-day Morocco travel from Fes to Marrakech via the Merzouga region. A one-day excursion with a comfortable 4-wheel- to explore Merzouga’s interesting sites. We will begin either from the hotel or the camp in Merzouga. This day is special since we will be discovering the desert covers. First, we will visit the Sahara Museum, which is owned by a Qatari individual. It is also well-known for its automobiles of old. Second, we will visit a Berber town named “Khamlia” at the edge of the desert. Most of its people immigrated from the south and middle of Africa, such as Chad and Nigeria. You will have the opportunity to try their mint tea and enjoy their traditional music which is called “Gnaoua”.

After you get to know the story we are going to a beautiful place near the Algeria borders, where we will travel to the 19th century to see two villages of  French people during the French occupation.

thirdly your driver will pick you up again to discover the nomad’s life. you will see so many tents which are considered their home town. Furthermore, you will see how the transportation and their simple way to make fresh food also their handcrafts stuff. to sum it up you will cross the dunes of the Merzouga desert back to your hotel where you will relax and spend your night.

Day 5: Merzouga desert to Boumalne Dades via Tinghir:

On the fifth day of the 6 days Morocco tour from Fes to Marrakech via the Sahara desert, will start after breakfast at the Hotel. 

A journey to the lovely Boumalne Dades to spend the night at a local Hotel/Riad, Before we reach there, we will visit Rissani, famous for the festival of donkeys whenever it is the day of the market. It is also where the Caranas come from Mauritania, Southern Mali used to stay and take breaks. Next, we will continue the journey toward the southern point of Morocco. You will visit Tinghir and the Todra gorge, which is one of the most monumental canyons in Morocco. Where you can witness the canal system (Khettara) still in operation. 

After visiting the Canyons, we will continue the way to Boumalne Dadea to spend the night at a local Hotel with a view of the Valley.

Day 6: Boumalne Dades to Marrakech via Ouarzazate:

The last day of our Morocco 6 days tour itinerary from Fes to Marrakech is going to be exciting, we will discover many interesting monuments.

To begin with, you will have a traditional breakfast local Hotel in Boumalne Dedes. There, we will see the curves of Tidrsine or the snake road as they called it. Cadillac as known made an impressive record on this road which made it famous and visited by tourists during their Morocco excursions.

 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…

In the end, we will drive through the High Atlas mountains to visit Argan oil cooperatives and end the tour in Marrakech.

6 days Morocco tour from Fes to Marrakech via Merzouga customer's reviews:

Amazing attention!

They have really taken care of me and looked after me very well. I feel that I have made friends on the road and also with the people who organize the Tours. Said is amazing, tries to conform everyone and is attentive in every detail. Not only did they provide me with a travel service, but they have cared about me all the time looking for the best options. Grateful for her professional work and for the human quality.
Nidia R
june 2018

Very good experience

Very good organization. An unforgettable experience. The guy who accompanied us during the trip, Mohamed, very attentive and friendly. Very nice all the route through Morocco to the desert. Everything was perfect. In the desert, the food, the tents and the people all very well.
September 2019

Beautiful trip

I loved the tour the truth, the places they take you are very nice the food at breakfast is basic but delicious and the dinners are very good, the restaurants where they take us to eat are at a good price for the food except the last one since it took a long time, the people are very nice in general. The best guide Mustaphar.
Gabriela P
june 2019
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