6-days tour Fes to desert

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6 Days 5 Nights

6-days tour Fes to desert. The  most ranked tour in Morocco, the will help you to explore the south east of Morocco. Have more time in the Sahara desert of Morocco. Understand more about the life of the local Berbers in this quite part of the world.

6-days tour Fes to desert :


Day 1 : Fes – Ifrane –  Atlas mountains – Ziz valley – Arfoud – Merzouga

6-days tour Fes to desert. The first day of this traditional trip will set off by meeting you at you lodging in Fes to pick you up, start our exploratory trip by discovering the most neat and tidy city of Morocco name Ifrane, and nicknamed switzeland of Morocco, after that we will stop in the Morocco great forest to take pictures of funny ape monkeys, subsequently stop for lunch in the apple city, then cross the great Atlas mountain range and get to the dry side of Morocco to witness its Berber villages around vallies, oasises, and stop for pictures in the biggest oasis of palm trees in Morocco ( around 3 million palm tree) then get to the captivating sand dunes at the afternoon. overnight in the hotel.

Day 2 : Merzouga – Hassi labied – Khamlia – Nomad family – fossil Site – Tour of the dunes

This is the day of the desert, to explore evey important corner of the Sahara desert, with its short houses made of clay in one side of the dunes and black tents of nomads in the other side , enjoying the music with special dances of Morocco black skinned poeple originally from Ghana, and have a local food for lunch which is a big bread full of vegitables and meat with Moroccan spices. after that  you will start your camel adventure crossing the  dunes to admire the sunset of the desert, enjoying different night of life playing drums with locals under a starry sky around the fire, before sleeping in a Berber tent between the dunes.

Day 3 : Merzouga – Rissani – Todgha Gorge – Boumalne Dades

For the first time in your life to wake up early and find yourself in a gtent in the Sahara desert waiting the sun to rise from between the dunes, then ride your camels back to the start point, in order to start th journey of Dades Valley, passing by Rissani famous by its conventional souq of goats and donkeys (3 days/ 1week) then to the fossil town, before getting to Tinghir know as the Moroccan jewish capital, driving  to Todra Canyon which is the great canyon in Morocco for pictures then drive back by the Valley of life as it is called by locals, after that we will drive to our hotel in Dades valley.

Day 4 : Dades Valley – kelaat M’agouna – Skoura – Ouarzazate

This day is half road and half off-road in between  the high Atlas Mountain crossing little alive valleys and small Breber villages such as Botghrar village where we will have lunch, then head to Kalaa M’agouna the pink city with pink shops and taxis, because this little town is known by pink roses, after Tighrtm Nimgoune we will heat to Skoura to discover an obscure old building called Kasbah of Amridil, known by its attractive Berber architecture, full of its old stuff that was used anciently. after exploring this Morocco historical landmark, we will head to Ouarzazate, or the Moroccan city of cinema, know by its large cinema studios such as Atlas studio which is the largest one in Africa, and its museums, and kasbahs… Dinner and overnight in the accommodation.

Day 5 : Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah – high Atlas mountain – Marrakech

After breakfast we will start our journey by driving to explore another kasbah which is very old famous, its called Ait BenHaddou kasbah, it was a start point of caravans that export the salt from Morocco and import the gold from Tombocto in Mali, this old edifice was also an important spot for many international movies such as ( game of thrones, Gladiator….). after that we will continue our way ranging over the high Atlas Mountains via the T’ichka pass which is the highest pass in Morocco (2260m alt) Then get To your hotel inMarrkech to relax and get ready to explore this interesting city at the next day.

Day 6 : explore the traditional Marrakech

The last day of this trip will be specialized to discover this imperial Moroccan city with your local guide start by walking in the small roads of the old medina to admire its Palaces, mausoleums,  museums, schools, gardens….

Tour Details
Included :
  • Transport service in 4×4 / air-conditioned vehicles.
  • Best accommodation with dinner and breakfast in the hotel.
  • Camel on the desert and sleeping in a tent.
Not included :
  • Airfare not provided by us.
  • Lunch.
  • Drink.
Price :

The price of this trip depend on the season you are planning to tour with us in Morocco as there are a difference between high season like April december january … and summer ? and how many persons you are ? in addition to the kind of the accommodations and rooms you would preffer to include ?

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Couple Traveller

If you’re going to do a desert tour in Morocco, you NEED to do it with Ali. Don’t waste your time with any other company!

My boyfriend and I booked a 6 day desert tour starting in Fes and ending in Marrakech. We crossed the Atlas Mountains, slept in the Merzouga Sahara Desert, rode camels, and truly had the experience of a lifetime!

We met ALi at our Riad in Marrakech, he made us feel very comfortable and encouraged us to ask any questions we wanted. He took us to the most amazing places, and what I really liked was that I feel as though we saw the real Morocco, not the cookie cutter tourist version.
We opted to do a private tour for this very reason. We wanted to be able to go to places and do things that bigger tour companies don’t do. For example, we were driving past a beautiful scenery and at our request, Addi pulled over to the side of the road where we were able to take in the scenery & snap a couple pictures!

Our favourite experience was the camel trek to our desert camp where we spent the night. The desert camp was beautiful, clean and they really went over and above for us.

Throughout our 6 day tour, we formed a friendship with Ali. This was definitely the highlight of our 2 week trip in Morocco!

20 February 2019
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