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4 days Marrakech to Fes Sahara desert tour

4 days Marrakech to Fes Sahara desert tour

4 days Marrakech to Fes Sahara desert tour

The 4 days Marrakech to Fes Sahara desert tour is an excellent way to travel between the red city and the oldest imperial city in Morocco while experiencing the country's deep south; the four days tour allow you to explore the Berber wolrd and it's cilture. Apart from the night in the desert and the camel ride, you will have the opportunity to visit many beautiful places and fascinating scenery: High Atlas mount, Ait Benhaddou Village, Ouarzazate, Valley of Roses, Dades Valley, Todra gorges, Ziz valley, the cedar forest and its playful monkeys, Ifrane town, and the Middle Atlas mountains.

What's included

Private transport 4WD car or minivan Pick up from Marrakech Drop-off in Fes Ait ben Haddou visit Accommodation for 3 nights Camel riding Luxury camp in desert Private tent in desert camp Dinners and breakfasts

What's not included

Lunch + drinks

Easy & felxible

You won't have to worry about changing your trip date, amount of participants, or even canceling your trip after you've booked your 4 days Marrakech to Fes Sahara desert tour. It's simple to work with us!

Hotel Pickup & Drop-off

Book your 3 nights sahara desert tour, email us your lodging information, then relax. We'll come pick you up and begin our adventure from there. The pick-up and drop-off locations are your choice.

Trip Itinerary

Day 1: Marrakech – High Atlas – Ouarzazate – Rose valley – Dades valley
Your 4 days Marrakech to Fes Sahara desert tour will depart from your Riad. Therefore, you travel to Ait Ben Haddou through Tizi-N-Tichka and enjoy landscapes. In Ait Ben Haddou, there is enough time to walk up the kasbah. It is an old kasbah that attracted UNESCO in 1986. We keep our way to Ouarzazate after you visit the Kasbah. It is a great chance to explore the Atlas studios now where famous movies are filmed, like Gladiator and Game of Throne. In the afternoon, we drive to another famous Kasbah of Amridil in Skoura. Further, we pass by the Thousand Kasbahs Road and enjoy many kasbahs aside the roads. Finally, you visit Rose Valley and drive to Dades Valley for a night. The guide stops for lunch and exploration of the world heritage site at Ait-Benhaddou after covering much of the Atlas mountain. Following Ait-Benhaddou, the next stop is Ouarzazate, a popular filming location for Hollywood directors. The journey will continue south to the picturesque Oasis in the Draa valley after exploring Ouarzazate. When the trip arrives in Zagora, you change the vehicle for sunset camel ride to reach the desert camp. Dinner, lodging, party, and breakfast will be provided by the camping site.
Day 2: Dades Valley – Todra gorges – Merzouga
We keep on our 4 days Marrakech to Fes Sahara desert tour after breakfast. We will head to Tinghir town where there is a natural oasis called Todra Gorges. It is a great place of high rocks where climbers take an adventure. After visiting this oasis, we visit the Berber cloth cooperative in Touroug and have local lunch. Secondly, you explore a traditional way of watering groves. Next, our tour will be in Erfoud and stops in the Merzouga desert. You spend a night in a Riad/Hotel and enjoy your time.
Day 3: Desert Exploration – Camel tour and night in the camp
Today, we will make a circuit around the desert. That is to say, you will explore the desert and meet nomads. Before that, we drive to Khamlia village to enjoy authentic Gnawa music. Besides, you explore the black desert behind the dunes. There, you visit the mines of Mifis, Nomads, and have Berber pizza for lunch. Later on, you visit the lake (if there is water) and drive back to your accommodation and get ready for the second experience. You ride camels to the camp and spend a night there. In the evening, you have dinner and play the drums around the fire.
Day 4: Merzouga – Ziz Valley – Ifrane – Fes
After you wake up for sunrise, you have a hot shower and breakfast. Thereafter, we drive to Fes via other attractions and towns. We drive you to Ziz Valley through Errachdia and enjoy a panoramic view of the Valley. And then, we stop in Midelt for lunch and drive to Cedar Forest. It is the largest forest in Morocco where to enjoy barbarian apes. Finally, you visit Ifrane, the Moroccan Switzerland. You will have free time here and drive to Fes. The 4 days Marrakech to Fes Sahara desert tour will end after we drop you off at your Riad or airport.

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Reviews

My boyfriend and I went on the 4-day trip from Marrakech to Merzouga to Fes with Rachid – 100% would recommend it! On top of experiencing the camel ride through the Sahara desert (which is amazing), the excursion gives you a chance to explore the real Morocco – how people are living today, the different landscapes, the taste of a home cook meal in a Berber village, and a 4-day history lesson with a guide that has endless knowledge (if you want to know and ask a lot of questions). We felt safe and the hospitality was amazing throughout the trip. You won’t regret it
Everything about Camel Excursions was amazing, the initial communication with Ismael, the pickup with Rachid, and the entire journey through Morocco! I took the 3 night 4 day trip from Marrakech to Merzouga (Erg Chebbi) to Fes. Ismael was very responsive through email. He answered all my questions about what the tour entails, where we will stay, and how to pay. Everything was detailed and very easy!
We were greeted with a smile by Rachid at our Riad in Marrakech. He carried our luggage to the car and we were off! Our first day consisted of visiting High Atlas Mountain, Ait Ben Haddou, Dades valley, and many small villages. Rachid knew everything about everything, it blew our mind! We learned so much from him on our car ride about animals, plants, Moroccan life. It was such a great experience with him. He would stop by areas away from tourists with views that were amazing!”
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Some places to see while doing our 4 days Marrakech to Fes Sahara desert tour

Erg Chebbi

Erg Chebbi is one of Morocco’s many ergs, large expanses of dunes formed by windblown sand. There are many other ergs, such as Erg Chigaga near M’hamid. Technically all of these ergs lie within an area of semiarid Presaharan steppes and are not part of the Sahara Desert, which lies some distance to the south. read more on wikipedia

The Moroccan nomads

The Moroccan nomads seem to be Imazighen / Berbers or descendants of Saudi Arabs. This is what distinguishes the Moroccan nomads. The tribes are differentiated from each other in order to distinguish themselves from other tribal groups. The culture of the Arab tribes is mainly patriarchal, while the Imazighen/Bereber culture is matriarchal. In short, the main role of women in these tribes is unmistakable. It can range from sexual object to agent and self-sufficient. Nomads are also culture-driven; nomads impose the cultures of their ancestors on their family members. You are not ours if you are not like us. In other words, in-group tribalism is extremely strong. The modes of thought associated with nomadism and tribalism are ingrained from childhood. The sense of belonging to a nomadic tribe and family has already been absorbed and instilled in them. Finally, despite their efforts to rebel against tribal and nomadic values and culture, the children of nomads fail to erase the memories of the past. This is not to say that tribalism is immune to their corrupting influence. However, it has become impenetrable, invisible and powerful.

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