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Sahara Tour from Casablanca to Fes 5 days

Sahara Tour from Casablanca to Fes 5 days

Sahara Tour from Casablanca to Fes 5 days

Sahara Tour from Casablanca to Fes 5 days is the ideal trip for you to discover Marrakech as well as the Sahara desert. It is a fusion of modern and traditional Moroccan elements. During the tour, you will have a guided tour of Marrakech's old Medina, as well as go through the high Atlas highlands, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, and Ouarzazate, as well as the path of the 1001 Kasbah through the Rose Valley and the Dades Valley. Visiting the Todra gorges and riding a camel in the Sahara desert. Spending the night under the stars before traveling to Fes via the Ziz valley and the Middle Atlas Mountains.

What's included

Private transport 4WD car or minivan Accommodation for 4 nights Guided visit of Marrakech Ait ben Haddou visit Camel riding Private tent in desert camp Dinner and breakfast

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 Sahara Tour from Casablanca to Fes 5 days. It's simple to work with us!

Hotel Pickup & Drop-off

Book your 5 days Sahara 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: From Casablanca to Marrakech
The first day of the Sahara Tour from Casablanca to Fes 5 offers a visit to the Medina. We will meet you at your accommodation and drive to the old Medina. You will walk through the Medina and have an insight into some tourist attractions, and then we take you to the Hassan II Mosque. It is the largest mosque in Africa where non-Muslim tourists can visit it. Thereafter, we drive you to Marrakech and spend a night in a Riad.
Day 2: Marrakech City Tour
On this second day of our Sahara tour from Casablanca, we offer a city tour in Marrakech. You will have a full day exploring Marrakech with our local guide. The visit starts with Koutoubia Mosque and Graden Majorelle that is designed by Jacques Majorelle. Also, you visit Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, and Menara Garden. Next, you move to the main square of Jemaa El-Fna and the old Medina to discover crafts. After all that, you enjoy the sunset on the terrace of a cafe that looks down in the square. A night is at the same Riad.
Day 3: From Marrakech to Dades Valley
After breakfast, we leave Marrakech to Ait Ben Haddou. It is an old Berber fortified village where you can walk up its adobe Kasbah. Many movies have been filmed here before on this unique and UNESCO site. Then, you visit another site where movies take place as well. it is the Atlas Studios in Ouarzazate. After that, we drive to Skoura village and stop in Rose Valley. In this Valley, you explore rose products and enjoy the valley. We finally end the day in Dades Valley for a night.
Day 4: From Dades Valley to Sahara desert
We start our Sahara tour from Casablanca this fourth day, we head towards the Sahara of Merzouga. Thus, we drive you to Todra Gorges after breakfast. It is a natural oasis in Tinghir town. After that, we have a visit to Touroug and Jorf villages. Secondly, we pass by Erfoud and stop in the Merzouga desert. There, you have mint tea rest for a while then ride your camels to the camp. You will enjoy the sunset in the middle of the desert and enjoy time at the camp. Local will entertain you with music around the fire. And you spend a great night under the starry sky.
Day 5: From Merzouga to Fes
Our team will wake you up early for a magical sunrise view. A hot shower and a delicious breakfast are at the camp. We then meet to resume our 5 days Sahara tour from Casablanca. We will depart to Rissani, Errachidia, and enjoy the Ziz Valley view. And we drive along the Middle Atlas Mountains. There, we visit Cedar Forest and Ifrane. Finally, we drop you off in Fes at your Riad or airport. Our Sahara Tour from Casablanca to Fes 5 ends here.

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Reviews

My daughter and I wanted to have a special journey together. We were excited and a little nervous once we decided on Africa as our destination. The best thing we did was to choose Camel Excursions Morocco as our guide. Ismail was wonderful from our first email inquiry as we began planning our trip. He replied promptly and made suggestions that relieved the stress of figuring out transportation and lodging. From the moment he met us at the airport in Casablanca we felt safe and were extremely pleased with the quality of accommodations and the personal touch he put on the sights we saw. His cheerful smile and friendly personality made the many miles we traveled sail by. He stopped often to point out view spots great for taking pictures and for stretching our legs along the way. The highlight was riding the camels into the desert and spending the night under the stars in the sand dunes of the Sahara. He made us fall in love with his country rich in history and diversity. We will never forget this trip and the time we spent with Ismail. It was the trip of a lifetime!
Our tour guide/driver (Shoutout to Mohammad, he was simply the best) picked us up from our hotel in Casablanca and eventually dropped us off in Fes right infront our hostel. He took care of everything during the trip and made sure we were as comfortable and safe as possible. Make sure to sit in the front with him, because while your lame friends sleep in the back he would tell your everything you need to know about Morocco. The accommodations are extremely comfortable. Make sure to pick the luxury camp in the desert, it's absolutely worth the price. After hiking sand dunes the best thing is a hot shower. There's power and wifi, although you should have plenty to look at in the night when the stars come out. Also, don't miss the Sahara sunrise. We spoke to people who traveled on the same route but with other tours, and their experience was nowhere as great as ours. It is absolutely worth it. Ismael is great at responding to questions and emails. Tell Mohammad Kevin says salaam sahibi
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Some places to see while doing our Sahara Tour from Casablanca to Fes 5 days

Majorelle Garden

The Majorelle Garden was planned by Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962), the son of Nancy’s Art Nouveau ébéniste (cabinet maker), Louis Majorelle. Jacques Majorelle, a young ambitious painter, was sent to Morocco in 1917 to recover from a serious medical ailment. After a brief stay in Casablanca, he traveled to Marrakech, where he, like many of his contemporaries, fell in love with the brilliant colors and street life. He eventually decided to reside permanently in Marrakech after traveling throughout North Africa and the Mediterranean.

Majorelle established himself as a prominent Orientalist painter during his career. The distinctive hue of vivid cobalt blue, bleu Majorelle—Majorelle Blue, was inspired by the colored tiles he had seen around Marrakech and in Berber burn-houses and was utilized widely in the garden and its buildings. Majorelle patented the color that bears his name before his death. [when?]

Majorelle purchased a four-acre parcel on the edge of a palm grove in Marrakech in 1923, just four years after his marriage to Andrée Longueville, and built a mansion in the Moroccan style. He commissioned architect Paul Sinoir to create a Cubist mansion for the land in 1931. He gradually acquired more land, increasing his stake by about 10 acres. Majorelle began developing a lush garden in the grounds surrounding the mansion, which became known as the Jardins Majorelle (Majorelle Garden). The garden became his life’s work, and he worked on it for nearly forty years. Continue reading

Koutoubia Mosque

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