Friday, December 2, 2022




TOUR FROM FES Through MARRAKECH IN 5 DAYS will begin in Fes and go to the Merzouga desert via Ouarzazate before crossing the High Atlas Mountains.

Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ouarzazate, sometimes known as “African Hollywood,” and take photos at Atlas, the continent’s second-largest studio.

Taourirt, Morocco, is home to a kasbah. Roses Valley is a town in Megna. Camel rides in Dades Valley lead to the Merzouga desert. Spend the night in the midst of the dunes in a Berber tent while on a trip to Erg Chebbi to meet Nomads.

Berber-controlled hamlets The Rissani Markt will be passed on the way to Fes. Erfoud’s Ziz Midelt Valley The Middle Atlas Mountains, Azrou’s Cedar Forest, Ifrane, and Marrakech will all be visited.




Day 1: Sightseeing trip of Fes with a local guide


Our skilled local guide will unveil the many aspects of this city to us. The medina of Fez is the largest in the Maghreb, with meandering lanes. We will take a day trip to thoroughly enjoy it, but we will also return after dark since it completely changes. It is a bustling metropolis during the day, with people wandering around the businesses, buying, or just observing, but at night, it takes on an other, more intense depth. Staying at Riad Dar Skalli or another such facility.


Day 2: Fes, Azrou (Cedar Forest), Medilt, Ziz Valley, and the Merzouga Desert.


After breakfast, we will journey to the Merzouga desert through the Middle Atlas Mountains, where we will observe spectacular and breathtaking nature. We’ll pass through Ifrane, commonly known as “the Moroccan Switzerland.” It is surrounded by cedar due to its height of 1630 meters; in fact, we shall penetrate the Cedar Forest and witness its “lovely” residents, the monkeys of Barbera. After traversing Azrou’s full volcanic geological region, the scenery progressively transforms, leaving behind trees and other flora and becoming desert. Our drive will next take us via the spectacular Ziz River canyon and valley, which is home to about 9000 palm palms. When we arrive, we will have a welcome tea at the riad in the midst of the desert, and the camels will prepare us to walk through the dunes to the tent camp. The desert changes color at night as the temperature drops. We’ll have supper to the accompaniment of Berber music, and a large fire will keep us company till bedtime. Tent accommodations with private facilities at your preferred Berber camp.


Day 3: Visit a Nomad family and see the Erg Chebbi Dunes.


Your camel guide will wake you up early in the morning so that you may see and enjoy the most amazing sunrise of your life. After breakfast, you’ll ride a camel back to your Merzouga hotel or riad, where your driver and guide will be ready to begin your off-road adventure excursion over the sand dunes. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about Merzouga. Begin your journey through Berber communities by visiting Khamlia, often known as the “black people” area. I was served a cup of tea as I was cordially greeted and listened to their contemplative Gnawa music. Experience nomad life as they live in tents with hundreds of camels and goats while viewing the breathtaking panoramic panorama of sand dunes. Explore some abandoned mines and a palm-fringed oasis. Go back to Merzouga. You are free to roam the streets of Merzouga at your leisure.


Day four: Merzouga, Rissani Souk, Erfoud, Todra Gorges, and Dades Valley.


Your day starts with a lovely dawn, followed by a filling dinner. Following that, you return to Merzouga to pick up your car and continue your adventure along the challenging Road of a Thousand Kasbahs to the spectacular gorges of Todra Gorge. For many years, Hollywood blockbusters such as Jewel of the Nile and The Last Temptation of Christ have utilized this location as a background. We may take in the spectacular panorama as we reach the Todra gorges, where water sources stream between the cliffs. For a short time, explore the Todra Gorge’s towering pink and gray granite cliffs that surround you. We’re back in the Dades Valley. Dinner and evening at a Kasbah hotel.


Day 5: Dades Oasis, Kasbah Taourirt, Ouarzazate, and Marrakech.


Today, go to Kelaa M’Gouna, often known as the Valley of Roses, a hub for Moroccan roses and floral goods. Then go to Ouarzazate through the Road of 1,000 Kasbahs, passing through the Skoura palm oasis. After lunch in Ouarzazate, continue on to the UNESCO-protected monument of Ait Benhaddou. Leave the kasbah and begin your journey towards the stunning Atlas Mountains through Tizi Tichka, the highest road pass in the region at 2260 meters, which gives amazing views of the surrounding valleys, mountains, and Berber towns. Arrive in Marrakech before the sun sets. Evening transports you to your hotel or riad.



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