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Morocco Sahara Desert Tours from Fes

Marrakech Tour Company offers the best options to discover the Morocco Sahara Desert Tours from Fes toward the Merzouga desert and also to historical cities.

Find the Best Morocco Sahara desert tours from Fes that you looking for, we have the best trips to Morocco with origin and destination in the same city of Fes or another area to agree.

At Marrakech Tour Company we design the trip you are looking for by designing a Morocco desert Tours from Fes and include accommodation, private transport, English or Spanish-speaking driver and guide, and activities according to your preferences.

Our Fantastic Morocco Sahara desert tours from Fes are made out by a team of professional drivers and guides who speak English – French – Spanish, they have been dedicated to the tourism sector for years and pride themselves on showcasing the best of Morocco in terms of history, cultures, traditions, and adventures where you can spend a great tour full of fun and learn in the same time.

Our services include comfortable transport by minibus, or 4×4 vehicles for your off-road adventure: camel trekking to Erg Chebbi and Merzouga, Zagora, and many other high-quality services at fair prices. We’re ready to organize for you the best multi-day and day trips from Fes, so check out our Morocco Sahara desert tours and come to have your best experience with us!

2 Days from Fes to Merzouga Desert tour is the best way for people who come to Fes and have a short time to leave Morocco…


Enjoy a perfect way to discover one of the most beautiful cities of Morocco during this 2 Days trip from Fes to Chefchaouen…


Enjoy 3 Days tour from Fes to Chefchaouen while you discover amazing villages of the Rif Mountains with their landscapes.


The 3 days Fes to Marrakech Desert Tour is one of the most private desert tours from Fes that links the two imperial cities.


4 days Fes to Marrakech to appreciate the spirit of the desert, with an indescribable starry sky in the heart of Merzouga desert.


5 Days Fes to Marrakech desert tour will let you know an amazing experience, you will discover the middle Atlas Mountains…


Enjoy the Sahara desert in 6 days from Fes to Merzouga and ride camels through the sound dunes to see the beautiful sunset.


Enjoy this long tour that will take 8 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech to discover many beautiful places, Merzouga.


Our 10 Days tour from Fes To Marrakech will be a fantastic multiday tour while we discover the south of Morocco desert.



If these Morocco Sahara Tours from Fes don’t match what you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us and we will prepare the trip for your needs and requirements.

Shared Morocco Sahara desert tours from Fes

The Marrakech Tour Company proposes joint visits of the Morocco Sahara desert from Fes to allow groups of travelers to share the costs and spend the amazing groups and fantastic private tours. Our shared Morocco Sahara desert tours are limited to 17 people to maintain the quality of our services. the prices may look a little higher than the competition, but you get what you pay and maybe we will do more. Our Shared Sahara desert tours follow the same rules and philosophy as special tours without any problems, tourist traps, hidden loads, or flexibility. Booking is very easy and simple, and cancellation is even easier. Contact us and add your list, share the fun, and share the costs!

We understand that the use of animals is not necessary for some Travellers in the Sahara experience and may not be proportional to its values. Therefore, you can walk with phrases. We are happy to walk beside you or provide 4×4 transport to the camp. If you want to enjoying the quiete place and photograph animals in their natural environment, we can take you where you are likely to find them.

Enjoy Morocco Sahara desert tours from Fes, Fes is one of the major cities of Morocco with a rich heritage and history in its corners, hills, and valleys, with a population of about 1 million, according to statistics from 1999.

It became a central center of political, economic, and cultural activity, but its importance declined since the twentieth century when French colonialism abolished it as the capital and transferred the capital to Rabat. The city is located on the right and left banks of the river Fes, where in the past it was divided into two independent terraces. It was built in a stable location for the Moroccan Zanatta tribes, bursting from the river Fez, through which many springs pass, making it a rich water source.

Fes is the oldest of the four cities that occupied the capitals of Morocco in the past, located in the middle of a fertile valley of the river Fes surrounded by hills, with each of the two riverbanks separately: Eastern was founded by Idris I in 789 AD, Western was founded by Idris II in 809 AD, and later the two banks were united under the Marabitic State during the 11th century.

Around the axe are low hills on all sides, covered by forests full of trees, and there is extensive arable land around which vineyards, orchards, olive trees, and sheep, goats, and cows are common. The city of Fes is divided into three sections: A ballet axe, a new axe, and a new city.

Its atmosphere is marked by warm summers and cold winters, moderate autumn, and spring, with a high number of tourists arriving in these two seasons, and often the purpose of tourism is to witness the ancient monuments of Fes, its palaces and buildings, or to attend international events held to fight or address a particular intellectual issue.

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The city of Fes is divided into three sections. The first is Fes Al-Bali, the ancient city that is historically the most Iraqi, where Bani Jama Al-Qurayn (the oldest mosque in the Maghreb) and the attached University of Villagers (the oldest university in the world). The new Fes, built by the Marines during the 13th century, contains the royal palace of the Marinian era as well as the Grand Collector, located in the city’s old Jewish neighborhood, which was abandoned to Israel by its inhabitants in 1948. Finally, there is the new city, founded by French colonists in 1916, with a train station and most of the industrial facilities in the city.

What to see in Fes

Bab Boujloud:

Bab Boujloud is one of the most important gates of the fence surrounding the old Fes, and is the most famous gate of the Baali Faas, located on the northwestern side of the Baali Faas along with the Bagdadi Pasha Square. For many, this door is the main entrance to the ax of the ballet.

This is the most famous door in the city of Fez, located on the northwestern side of Fez along with the Bagdadi Pasha Square, and is considered by many to be the main entrance to the city of Fez.

• Called “Bab Bo Soldiers,” “Bab Abi Soldiers,” or “Bab Buglod,” it is not known exactly what the correct name is.
• This is an important part of the city’s activity. It is located at the centre of a burnt-out door – Boglod – Centre, which connects directly to the two main commercial streets (the Big Farm and the Small Farm). It is also one of the three doors from which the Fez trade is going through: (Bab Ajisa, Bab Fatouh and Bab Buab).

Socially, Boujloud’s Door is located in a popular neighborhood where vets, hotels, simple restaurants and cafes are frequent.
The Abbey Soldiers’ Door has the advantage of being the closest gate of the old fence to the new city of Fez, and of being close to historical landmarks such as the Village Collector, the Bowan School and other distinctive tourist sites in Fez.

Villagers Mosque:

Jama’b Al-Qawiya is one of the most important mosques located in the Maghreb, specifically in the city of Fas. This university was built in the holy month of Ramadan in 859 AD, specifically in November, on the order of the Holy King of Yahya I. Fatima al-Fahariya volunteered to build this university.

It is one of the expansions carried out by the Zanatians who belong to Abd al-Rahman al-Nasser. It is one of the oldest and most beautiful lighthouses in the Maghreb as a whole. The mosque contains a number of doors for about 17 doors, as well as two pavilions that are met at the ends of the plate in the centre of the university.

What is the difference between small group, private and luxury tours?

We offer a wide range of Morocco Sahara desert tours or Morocco Tours, which will help you to accept different possibilities, opinions, religions, customs, and interests. In order to meet the needs of our Clients, we have organized three types of Morocco tours; small group tours, private tours, and luxury tours.

The first one has the lowest cost and introduces you to other different cultures. how? Travel exchanges with small groups of tourists from all over the world. The second round is a private tour. You travel at your own pace. When choosing accommodation and campsites, you will stay in a full round like a deluxe tour.

The only difference is the quality of accommodation. The star rating is rated by the hotel. In other words, in luxury tourism, we provide you with unique luxury hotels and campsites in Morocco and provide unique offers. According to your budget and wishes, you can choose any round you want, let us do it together!

The Best selling Sahara Desert Tours from Fes

Explore the exclusive desert through the Morocco Sahara Desert tours from Fes, from the magical world of Casablanca to the Erg Chebbi and Merzouga deserts. We explored the charming camel desert and ochre villages in the Atlas Mountains, surrounded by lunar landscapes, charming valleys, and mud. Our desert tour also departed from Casablanca and passed through the Central Atlas Mountains to Merzouga.

Best Merzouga Activities you may be interested in after your Desert tours from Fes


Located on the edge of the beautiful Sahara desert in Morocco, Merzouga is a small dusty town in eastern Morocco. Although the town itself has little to offer to daring travelers (along with a handful of hotels and restaurants), it is known as the gateway to the large Chebbi Dunes. Here, high peaks of color change with the changing light of dawn and dusk. Camels create romantic shadow images, and Berber villages work as distant oases in an environment that has been unchanged for thousands of years.

Camping and Beauty

Life in Merzouga revolves around the nearby desert, and the most authentic way to experience it is on the back of sentences. Many operators have the opportunity to join Camel Safari in the sand dunes. Many of these tours include stays in a desert camp, or in a traditional barbarian village.

The first presents an unparalleled romance of the night under the canvas under the desert stars. While the latter allows you to taste food, music, and unique barbarian culture. Trips vary greatly in cost and comfort, so make sure you shop before you make the best choice.

Adventure Activities

Of course, the desert also provides considerable inspiration for a number of adrenaline-supported activities. If you’d rather excite the engine than walk Camel Trains in Merzouga, choose to drive a Quad bike.
Trips can last for a few hours or several days, but they all give you a chance to have some fun on rough roads. Those with steel plugs can try their hand at sand skiing or sand skiing – like traditional snowmobiling, too hot and without the comfort of a ski lift! Hot air balloon rides can be arranged on the dune sea.

Despite the price, watching the glamour of the desert from the perspective of a unique eye bird is an unprecedented experience in age.


how to get to Merzouga?

Merzouga is located 350 miles/560 kilometers east of Marrakech and is relatively distant. The nearest big city is Errachidia. If you want to avoid the long drive from Marrakech, consider flying to Moulay Ali Sharif Airport in Errachidia via the Royal Moroccan Lines instead. From there, the journey takes two hours to Merzouga. If you prefer to save money, both CTM and Supratours work on night buses between the cities of Fes and Merzouga, as well as a long bus from Marrakech to Merzouga.

Best Morocco Frequently Asked Questions

When Is the Best Time to Visit Morocco?

There’s no bad time to visit Morocco. Instead, there are simple travel times depending on what you intend to do and see while you’re there. For example, if your main priority is to see imperial cities like Marrakech or Fez at their best, the best time to visit is from April to May and September to November.

If you’re planning a trip to the Sahara desert, the most comfortable time to do this is during autumn or early spring. In this way, it will avoid deep dry landscapes and burning temperatures in summer (averaging about 115 ° F/45 ° C), and freezing night temperatures in winter. At any time of the year, temperatures tend to drop after dark, so it’s better to bring a warm jacket no matter when you plan to visit. Although spring is a good time to visit the desert, it’s important to remember that April in particular could bring sandstorms to the Sirocco winds.

Is Morocco Safe Country?

As an economy, Morocco relies heavily on tourism to balance its financial needs. In other words, the Moroccan government needs tourists to feel safe while spending holidays and money on their land. for this reason, it has invested a lot of resources, especially manpower, to ensure the safety of all tourists during their stay in Morocco; this includes tourist police and well-trained tour guides who have been trained and certified by the government. Regarding extremism and crime rates, we can say that this kind of behavior is the same as in many European countries, as many statistics show: low and rare.

What are the official languages of Morocco?

The official languages ​​are Tamazight and Moroccan Arabic, but French is a recognized language for business and higher education. Most Moroccans speak Tamazit. As we all know, the Amazigh originated in North Africa, including Morocco. Due to its proximity to the southern coast of Spain, many people in the northern region of Morocco speak Spanish, while English and German are often spoken in popular tourist destinations.

Will my cell phone work in Morocco?

As long as international roaming is enabled, calls from all over the world, BlackBerry, and iPhone can be answered. Please consult your service provider to avoid high fees and high bills. If you plan to use a Moroccan prepaid SIM card and GSM phone to make and receive calls during your stay in Morocco, you need to make sure to unlock your phone before leaving the United States, Canada, or your home country. You can do this by calling your provider (they will usually unlock your US phone within half an hour after you call). The general telephone system in Morocco is a modern system with all typical functions, but with a low density, only 7 fixed telephones can be used by 100 people. In 2007, mobile phone users reached 60%.

What airlines fly to Morocco?

Most major airlines offer services to/from Morocco. Popular airlines include:

Royal Air Maroc: operates direct flights from New York, Paris, Madrid, London, and most other European destinations.

Iberia: operates direct flights from Spain

Air France: operates direct flights from France

British Airways: operates direct flights from England

Ryan Air: First low-cost airline offering flights to major cities in Morocco from several European destinations.

What is the currency in Morocco?

The national currency is the Dirham (MAD).
The Dirham is officially designated as a closed currency, which means it cannot be exchanged or purchased outside Morocco.
Although it is illegal to withdraw dirhams from Morocco, the allowed currency import and export limit is 1000 DH.
The best exchange location is at an authorized bank or exchange office. -Hotels and many modern shopping malls accept credit cards, but cash transactions can get more favorable prices.
You must inform the credit card company and/or your bank of the date you traveled to Morocco to avoid rejection of your credit card abroad. Notify the sender and provide him with a “phone number where he can be reached from abroad.”
Traveller’s cheques are not recommended in Morocco, and they are becoming more and more useless; banks usually charge high fees to change them.

Can I visit Morocco during Ramadan?

Visiting Morocco during Ramadan is not a bad idea, because you think most cafes and restaurants are closed, but you can still buy your own food and do almost the same activities as the rest of the year. Ramadan or Ramadan is the holy month of Islam, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. Fasting means “without mouth” and includes food, water, and cigarettes. Ramadan dates change from year to year; see the dates for 2021 and 2022 below. Some local cafes and restaurants are closed during the day; however, tourists should not fast, and many cafes and restaurants are still open in tourist areas.

During Ramadan, it is best not to eat, chew gum, smoke, or drink (especially drinking) in public to show respect. You can dine at the cafe/restaurant recommended by the hotel or the tour guide. Your guide will organize lunch to facilitate your travel during Ramadan. During this month, you will find tourist attractions open at 9 in the morning and close at 3 in the afternoon. M. Ask employees to go home on time for breakfast. Shops often open late and close early. Your chance to go shopping.
Ramadan dates:
March 22 to April 20, 2023 / March 10 to April 09, 2024

Best Morocco day trips you may be interested in after your Morocco Sahara Desert Tours from Fes

The best Day Trips From Fes

At Marrakech Tour Company, we have designed a selection of  Shared / private day Trips from Fes, allowing you to explore the fascinating scenery and interesting attractions inside and outside Fes. Therefore, if you are looking for an exciting holiday destination away from the bustling city, we offer you the best Fes day trip. Let our team of local experts help you plan your dream day trip from Fes today!