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4-Days desert tour from Marrakech to Fes


These 4 day desert tour from marrakech to fes ,this  itinerary offers a balance of culture, adventure, and relaxation as you explore the valleys and surrounding Sahara desert towns. During this tour, you’ll experience traditional music around a desert campfire, meet a Berber family, and cross  the Ziz Valley ,  medilte (appel town ) and national park  before you arrived to Fez

The highlight of: 4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes

  • Enjoying  the charm of nature of hight atlas atlas mountains with the beauty of  berber village’ architecture 
  • Discover the unesco hetrige  kasbah ait benhaddou  also its a place famous for filming  
  • Ride to vallies and  explore sahara desert  
  • Explore  national park and barbary macaque monkeys


Itinerary: 4 days from Marrakech to Fes


    This morning, meet your driver riding to east into the desert, reaching the High Atlas mountains. Try to identify Mount Toubkal, the tallest peak at 4,167 meters. You’ll travel through numerous Berber settlements with characteristic mud-brick structures along the route. then visit the local Argan Oil Cooperative to learn how the local women collect this valuable oil, before continuing on the twisting route to the Tizi n’Tichka pass and stopping to take in the panoramic panorama. Stop for lunch in Kasbah ait ben haddou is one UNESCO heritage after lunchtime you have time to visit the kasbah ait ben haddou. Continue east to Ouarzazate, a desert center and movie destination. Join a movie studio tour to learn which of your favorite films were shot in the adjacent desert regions. Travel in the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs towards Boumalne Dades, passing through several small communities where traditional farming practices are still practiced. Keep an eye out for nomads caring for their livestock as you go through the fragrant Kelâat M’Gouna, or “Valley of the Roses.” You’ll finally arrive in Boumalne Dades, a significant town on the Dades River’s southern bank.


    Sahara Today, you’ll travel further east to your final destination: the Erg Chebbi Sand Sea outside of Merzouga. Stop in Tinghir along the way to view the river oasis that spreads on both sides of the town. The surrounding desert scenery has spectacular buttes, mesas, and plateaus. Nearby, you may visit the Todra Gorge, a 300-meter-deep valley created by the Todra River. Continue to Erfoud, a desert village. you’ll notice the beginnings of the huge dunes of Erg Chebbi towering on the horizon. When you arrive at Merzouga, change gears and transfer to your personal camel to begin your journey across the sand dunes to your Bedouin-style tent. Hike to the top of a local dune to watch the beautiful sun set, then relax by the fire with a warm supper and traditional music.


    Our dedicated staff will wake you up at the crack of dawn if you desire it, ensuring you don’t miss the mesmerizing beauty of the desert sunrise. As the brilliant colors of the sand create a beautiful contrast against the dunes, a mesmerizing palette of shadows is painted. After this lovely moment, you will eat breakfast. After breakfast, take some time to rest and unwind before starting on an exciting 4WD off-road excursion that will provide you with an immersive desert experience. Begin by meeting and engaging with desert nomads in their traditional tents to obtain an understanding of their distinct way of life. Then, travel over the stony desert’s high plateau, taking in panoramic vistas of the dunes and varied desert landscapes. Your tour will take you to Mifis, a beautiful “Ghost Town” where antique eye cosmetics like Kohl and quartz were formerly discovered. You may also come across amazing fossils of turtles, trilobites, ammonites, and orthoclase, which were once inhabitants of this ancient sea millions of years ago. Continue your tour by visiting Khamlia Village, a village inhabited by people originally from deep Africa. Immerse yourself in the distinct sounds of Gnawa music, played by locals who are ancestors of ex-slaves who traveled to Morocco along the Salt Route from Senegal and Sudan. Lunch will include a live performance of Gnawa spiritual music and a delicious baked Berber pizza. Your trip will take you to the oasis of Merzouga,There you may explore the communal gardens and the nomadic repository and get a sight of shooting stars, giving a touch of fantasy to your desert adventure.


    Begin your day early and go south towards Fez. Continue to Erfoud, which is famous for its date festival and fossil mining. Along the way, you’ll witness several fortified mansions known as ksars, which were designed to safeguard valuable products such as gold, salt, and spices. Continue across the Tizi n’Talremt pass and into the Ziz Valley, which is famous for its hidden oases and palm tree clusters, stopping for lunch in Midelt (the ‘apple city’), where you can take in the surrounding Moulouya River, You will ascend 2,178 meters over the Col du Zad pass and through the cedar trees of the Middle Atlas mountains along the route. Enjoy views of the native Barbary macaque monkey before reaching to fez you have breathtaking in The modern town of Ifrane was constructed by the French authorities in 1928 during the protectorate era for their administration owing to its Alpine climate, and drop you off in your accommodation.

Info: 4 days sahara tour from Marrakech to Fes

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