3 Days from Marrakech to Fes desert tour
3 days Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fes
3 day Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fes
3 days from Marrakech to Fes desert tour is one of the most private tours from Marrakech to Fes that links the two imperial cities(Marrakech and Fes). The amazing 3 days desert tour from Marrakech to Fes let you discover a big part of the south of Morocco including the Merzouga Desert, departing from the Red city of Marrakech through the Atlas mountains and crossing beautiful scenery on the curvy route and the traditional buildings of the Berber villages blending with the mountains to the famous kasbahs of Ait Benhaddou fortified village, and Ouarzazate with its cinematic attractions, spending the first night in the heart of the Dades gorges in a traditional but comfortable hotel.
The second day of your 3 days Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fes lets you enjoy a short walk in the Todra immense gorges before heading towards Merzouga in a more arid plain announcing the beginning of the deserts, once in Merzouga, you will ride the camels and go deep in the desert to spend a night in a luxury camp ( you will have your own private tents equipped with comfortable beds and plenty of sheets for the cold nights, and ensuite bathroom and shower). Enjoy a starry night under a clear and peaceful sky, spend some quality time with the staff with music around the fire after a delicious dinner.
The third day takes you through a different route heading towards Fes and crossing many villages and scenery, a short pause at the beautiful cedar forest with its playful monkeys, and a coffee break at Ifrane town also called “Little Switzerland” for its cleanliness and architecture before reaching the Cultural capital of the country: Fes where you driver will drop you off at your hotel.
3 Days from Marrakech to Fes Sahara Desert Tour
+ Duration: 3 Days & 2 nights
+ Departure: 08:00 am
+ Starting location: Marrakech
+ Ending Location: Fes
3 days Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fes Days Highlights
+ Cross the High Atlas Mountains and its Tizi Ntichka pass
+ Visit the UNESCO world heritage site of Ait Ben Hadou
+ Drive to Dades Gorges
+ Visit The Todgha Gorges and drive across Erfoud To Desert
+ Ride a camel in Merzouga while assisting to a dramatic sunset
+ Sleep under the stars in Erg Chebbi Sahara camp
+ drive through the Ziz valley To Fes
Itinerary 3 Days Desert Tour from Marrakech To fes
day 1: Marrakech - Ouarzazate - Ait ben haddou - Boumaln dades
we will start Our 3 Days from Marrakech to Fes desert tour from your hotel or riad in Marrakech city to The kasbah of ait Ben Haddou ( It is a world heritage site declared by UNESCO in 1987) through Tizi-Ntichka pass and high atlas mountain.
After a long way will stop to visit ait Ben Haddou and the studio of the films, when a lot of the superstars of the world filmed the movies for example (gladiator-the Moumy ), then we continue to Ouarzazat for lunch.
In the afternoon we’ll drive to the Oasis of Skoura (which is a small village ) from here we continue to the rose city via the valley of the rose, and directly to Dades gorge, for dinner and overnight.
day 2: bomaln dades - todra Gorges - Erfoud - Merzouga desert camp.
The second day will be a great and fantastic adventure from here to a desert camp, after that, we continue the road to Tinghir is a small village which is Berber, the name of the village taken from the Berber language it means is( shoulder ), at Tinghir which a was a military post during the French colonization.
After lunch at one of the local cafes we continue to Erfoud city the capital of marble fossils, visit the stone place after that we continue to desert cross some rocky terrain all the way to Merzouga desert where our camel will be waiting for you .enjoy a camel ride over sands dunes watching the sunset and make some beautiful pictures, the camel guide will give you hand help. After an amazing sunset takes the way to desert camp, enjoy dinner under the sky full of stars, play traditional nomads’ music, and dance around the fire all night. stay our second night of 3 Days Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fes
day 3: desert camp - midelt - Ifran - Fes
after an early weak up to enjoy amazing sunrise and delicious breakfast at desert camp the camel guide takes you by camel again come back and the drive will be waiting for you to enjoy the Marrakech to Fes 3 Days Desert Tour. Drive from the desert to Fes by crossing the Ziz valley near Erachidia which is the capital of the Tafilalt region. Well, stop for an amazing panoramic in Ziz valley for beautiful views.
We carry our journey to Midelt this city it’s famous for apple and Midelt serves as the commercial center of a large agricultural hinterland. It is also one of Morocco’s principle cities for the mining of several minerals.
We’ll stop for lunch before we keep driving across the middle of Atlas mountain with its cedar forest and Berber towns of Imouzar, then we stop inside the cedar forest to watch how the monkies live their freedom life, in addition, visit Ifran or (Swaziland of Morocco ) The name, however, is taken from the local Amazigh language Tamazight and means caves. And In 2013, the city was ranked the second cleanest city in the world, But what makes this place really special is the ability to be outdoors. The Cedre and well watch one stone lion in the center of the city that lion type was live in this city and The modern city of Ifrane was established by the French administration in 1929.
After Ifran city we continue the way to Fes across some small Berber towns. the overnight in the hotel/riad. The end of Our 3 Days from Marrakech to Fes Desert Tour.
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3 days from Marrakech to Fes
David wrote a review ( January 2019 )
3 days desert tour from Marrakech to Fes with Hassan
My wife and I had an amazing 3-day private tour from Marrakech to Fes with our guide Hassan. Even though the car journeys were long, the van was very comfortable and Hassan made sure we were looked after throughout the journey. At each restaurant we stopped by, our guide made sure he was aware of any food allergies we had. The whole trip was for us.
Not only was he hospitable, but he was very knowledgeable about everything every step of the way, letting us know about the history/culture/geography / etc. Everywhere we were The guy is a walking Wikipedia and there was no question he couldn’t answer. He made sure we had photos of all of the most scenic spots and knew where to get off the beaten path to avoid the crowds. He even gave us a ton of advice for our post-tour travel which was greatly appreciated for the highlights recommended by this Marrakech travel company.
Luis G wrote a review ( January 2019 )
Fantastic 3 days Marrakech desert tour to Fes
I just finished an amazing 3 days from Marrakech to Fes Desert Tour with Said he is extremely kind and very attentive to your needs. We managed to fit in a lot in a short time and would definitely recommend booking your Marrakech to Fes Sahara tour with Said. It is very informative on Moroccan culture, history, and geography.
Alex H wrote a review ( March 2019 )
A true 3 day Marrakech to Fes desert tour experience!
We decided to make the trip from Fes to Marrakech, stopping in the Boumaln Dades for 1 night with another night in the desert camp and the last one in Fes. We were surprised by a true Marrakech to Fes Private 3-Day Desert Tour and Camel Trek experience with strong winds at night, but even with the wind, it is worth it because it is truly unique. Our car rides for the day and our driver Said were definitely the highlight of the trip. It is amazing to see the Moroccan countryside and Said was very knowledgeable and spoke a lot about the regions we traveled through and our proven culture. I recommend that you take a 3 Days Sahara Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fes on your visit to Morocco that allows you to see the countryside along the way!
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Get to know Merzouga Activities
Marrakech! Its name conjures fire eaters, water sellers, snake charmers, crowded souks, celebrities in oversized shades recovering from six-month-long hangovers. But Marrakech is more than just the recycled lyrics from a 1960s hit.
Marrakech (or Marrakesh) is Morocco’s fourth-largest city, home to one of the largest traditional markets or souks in North Africa and to Jamaa el Fna, one of the biggest commercial squares in the world. Nestled at the foot of the snow-dusted Atlas Mountains, close to the limitless Sahara, Marrakech is the very heart of Morocco’s Berber culture, a symbol of Morocco’s exotic past and a destination that inevitably brings out the poet and super-shopper in us all.
Tourism in Marrakech
Given its vast cultural legacy, Marrakesh has become a world tourism kiss and the venue of high-level international conferences, thus taking a special place in modern Morocco.
The highlights of Marrakesh
The city of Marrakesh depends on its growth and development in the tourism sector. It has attracted many tourists to the city for some 1,000 years:
The city’s neighborhood is located: The Medina) in the central part of Marrakesh, a World Heritage Site of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), is characterized by lurid alleyways, courtyards, crowded markets, palaces, unique mosques that reflect the Iraqi history and civilization.
the Jamaa el fna Square
It is the courtyard of a vital yard collector (English: Jemaa el-Fnaa is a center of the city of Marrakech, the main square of the city district, with many talents, different cultures, as well as itinerant vendors, kiosks, shops specializing in the sale of various products, and merchandise.
Majorelle Gardens - Marrakech
The Majorelle Gardens in Marrakech are one of the most beautiful and perfect areas in Morocco for family picnics or recreational lovers, enjoying charming landscapes as if he were traveling among the countries of the world to pick up his eyes and nose.
The most famous garden of its kind in Marrakesh, which is also one of Morocco’s oldest and most prestigious recreational tourist areas, includes a collection of the rarest and most distinctive plants collected from the five continents of the world since 1924.
Ait BenHadou - Ouarzazate Province
Ait Ben Hadou Heritage is the best example among Morocco’s tourist regions to learn about the Kingdom’s history and ancient heritage thanks to its former vital location between the route of commercial convoys in the Moroccan desert and the old city of Marrakech.
The village of Et Ben Hadou is known to this point for its simple architectural houses, decorated with fine carvings and painted in a colorful, technical manner, along with its walls and castles, its six historical “canopies,” which have made it a great backdrop for the most famous films of world cinema.
Currently, the village is more a tourist monument than a residential area where a limited number of families live after most of its inhabitants move into modern homes on the other bank of the river.
Boumalne Dades is a distinct tourist destination for many national and international tourists because of its many and varied qualifications, which make it extraordinary for the tourist program and its tours to discover the richness of the cultural, historical, natural, and human region. In Boumalne Dades there is a diverse and distinct hotel structure, there are classified and unclassified hotels, hospitality houses, and tourist shelters, this hotel structure offers outstanding services to the tourist at a very reasonable and competitive cost. The area of Boumalne Dades is also distinguished by the variety of tourist displays. There are palaces and canopies characterized by its striking architectural art in deep history. The region is characterized by its production of such fruit, which God has loved. The region needs to be very careful, valued, and placed.
Southeastern Morocco, Merzouga, which tourists nicknamed “Sea of Sand” and “Darreh of the Moroccan Desert,” is 130 kilometres from Errachidia, which has large sandy areas intended by visitors for medication from rheumatism.
The Merzouga Dunes, which stretch up to 22 kilometres wide and 5 kilometres wide, provide an opportunity to reflect on the shift of sand colors as daylight changes, especially at the high of these desert dunes, which are the highest dunes in Morocco. Most Merzouga castles find their small simplicity far from the noises of contemporary life, particularly thanks to traditional music, hospitality and other legacies inherited from their ancestors.
The road runs from the city of Errachdia, which is a transit point for any traveler to the region. Due to the city’s status and attractiveness, a direct line between Casablanca and Merzouga was operated by a public transit bus during the summer.
The air route takes place via the air line, which was launched early last summer between Casablanca and Errachidia, and upon arrival of the passenger.
Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ )
Why the City of Marrakesh
Marrakech is Morocco’s largest city. There are many words about why it’s called.
It goes back to the Amazigh word “Amorn Yakush,” which is God’s country.
The second saying that when Youssef ibn Tashfin wanted to create a state capital, he went out to the place where Marrakech was located, and he liked it, and as he thought about the name, he heard a boy ask his son, “Did you really poke this field?” The boy’s response. Yes, I did. Check.
So he likes to connect the two words once.
What's the best time to Travel to Merzouga desert?
Morocco is a wonderful destination throughout the year. With its coastline, mountains, and desert landscape, it’s an incredibly diverse country that offers something unique that can be seen at any time of the year.
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January and February:
Despite its presence in the desert, Morocco can feel a little cold, especially in the surrounding Atlas Mountains. January is the wettest and coldest month, with the greatest temperature ranging from 50 to 60 degrees Celsius, but most days are sunny and mild.
The best part about traveling to Morocco at the beginning of the year is that you’ll get the best attractions in the country yourself. At the Riad in Marrakech, you lower their prices, and you won’t have to bargain too hard to get an excellent deal on the glamping trip to the Sahara desert.
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How do I get from Marrakech to Merzouga?
Merzouga is one of The best Tourism destinations, located in southeastern Morocco about 41 km from Erfoud city, to get from Marrakech to Merzouga desert, you can use The Sopratour bus, which always comes from Marrakech at 7:30 and it gets to Merzouga around 8:30 pm, or if you got a drive license you can rent a car that will cost you between 25 / 150 dollars depends on what type of car do you rent.
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