4 Days desert trips from fez to Marrakech
Morocco Tours desert Trips from Fez invites you to participate on our onward journey to explore Morocco’s Saharan landscapes, Spend a night under Nomadic Berber tents or under the Shouting stars, Cross the biggest dunes by Camel and explore Ait ben Haddou Kasbahs, Taste freshly cooked Berber food and more…
Desert Trips from Fez aims to capture Morocco´s highlights which blend diverse natural landscapes with urban treasures, delicious gastronomy, exotic local customs and enough market and artisan visits to knock your socks off. Starting in the realms of Marrakech – North Africa´s most colorful marketplace, your tour rides through a diversity of landscapes including oasis like date palmeraies; the foothills of the mighty Atlas Mountain range and the sun swept vastness where the Sahara desert unfolds. There´s few riding tours that offer such an explosion of color, culture and landscape!
Our Fez Tours, Sahara desert camel back trip Tour can be designed to match your group, private group tours, couples, students, travelers, corporate and charity events, family tours… to match your group, your ability and your timeframe, Our Fez to Marrakesh desert excursions depart daily all year around from 2 participants and more.
- Superior Quality Riads/Kasbahs Hotel Styles.
- Fuel & highway tolls for the entire journey.
- English speaking guides during the tour.
- Accommodations Hotel, Kasbah, Riad & 1 night in luxury Nomadic Tent. Camel trekking
- Berber music and animation
- Breakfast daily
- Transfers to and from airport
- Pick up & Drop off at Hotels / Airport
- A very comfortable and air conditioned Late Model Vehicle
- Visit to Oasis Museum
- Real life experiences
- Flights & Travel insurance
- All Lunches – ( Dinners, See itinerary)
- Tips & gratuities for your guides and driver
- Extra monuments entrances
This morning after breakfast we set off in a comfortable private A/C Vehicle; for our circular 4 days journey through the Saharan landscapes of both the Hamada (stone desert) and Erg (dune desert). Our first visits include the cedar forest of the middle Atlas, chance to see macaque monkeys, Interesting route takes you across the Ziz valley gorge and palmery, Lunch in the middle of the road, arrive to Merzouga Erg Chebbi Sahara, Morocco’s most famous Saharan dune is just breathtaking and transforming to the soul. On foot or camel back you have the option to travel into the remote dunes until our Nomadic style camp hidden in the dunes. An evening sunset climb to one of the higher dunes is customary followed by a freshly cooked dinner and perhaps a campfire experience and Berber songs and storytelling can be arranged, and Overnight under the nomadic tent or Outside under the shouting star.
This morning after breakfast we have a final chance to climb the dunes before setting off on a scenic journey then brings us through southern Anti Atlas desert terrain where we may see nomadic camel herders crossing plains and witness the thriving date palm communities of this remote landscape – a truly fascinating day in cobra land! Visit to Todgha gorge, 400 m high, attraction place for rock climbers, walk across the canyon, Our final destination, the valley of roses in the Dades valley. Cozy accommodation in a comfortable hotel with optional ‘Hammam’ bathhouse experience this evening.
This morning after breakfast we set off through the Saharan landscapes of both the Hamada (stone desert). Our first visits include Ait Ben Hadou, where an ancient Kasbah once held treasures of the silk route in desert oasis terrain, followed by a visit to the spectacular to the Kasbah of Ait ben Haddou, world heritage site where Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia and more than 20 films were made.
Today we depart along the old Caravan route along the Ounila valley, followed by a visit to Pasha Glaoui Kasbah and drive the breath-taking pass of Tizni-n-Tichka over the high Atlas to Marrakech (approx. 4 hours). Our final day on tour and a chance to visit Marrakech and its famous souk (market place) with snake charmers, fortune tellers, acrobats and more. Breakfast included only / you are free to explore the many fine eateries of Marrakech and the Djemaa El Fna square.