8 Days Tour From Fez to Sahara Desert via Marrakech - 8 Days

8 Days and 7 nights from Fez to Sahara Desert via Marrakech

Day 1: Fez-Volubilis-Meknes-Rabat

8 Days Fez Marrakech Sahara Desert tour will start at 8 am from Fez, toward Rabat. Along the road, we will visit The Volubilis, Bab El Mansour at Meknes, where we will have lunch in a restaurant, then drive to a hotel in Rabat to spend the night in.

Day 2: Rabat-Marrakech

In our second day of 8 Days Fez Marrakech Sahara Desert tour, and after taking your breakfast, we will visit Oudaya Kasbah, La Torre du Hassan II, then drive to visit the biggest mosque in the world after Mecca ” Hassan II Mosque”, and finally Marrakesh where we will spend a night in a riad or a hotel.

Day 3: Marrakech sightseeing

We will spend another day and night of 8 Days Fez Marrakech Sahara Desert tour, in the Hotel or Riad at Marrakesh. Marrakesh is best known for Jemaa El Fna Square, where there are different kinds of fresh Juice and fruit, Myriad nightly food, Snake charmers, women applying “Henna”, and storytellers while visiting The Bahia Palace which means Palace of the beautiful, The Yves St Laurent “Majorelle Gardens”, which is famous for its beautiful shade of blue, The Quranic school of Ben Yusuf, a Medrassa which housed 80 Quranic students, The Koutoubia Mosque, and the Saadian Tombs.

Day 4: Marrakech-Ouarzazate

We will drive from Marrakesh to Ouarzazate in the morning.We will pass by the High Atlas Mountains, The mountain pass of Tizi-N-Tichka, and Visit Telouet Kasbah, which was belonged to the Glaoui, the wealthiest of the Atlas, but now it is totally collapsed after its last Pasha fled the country following the departure of the French, and Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, which is considered to have great importance, because of it being a Unesco World Heritage Site, and a setting for multiple famous Hollywood films. After arriving at Ouarzazate, we will visit the cinema Studio, while the night will be spent at a Riad or a Hotel.

Day 5: Ouarzazate-Dades Gorges

After having breakfast, we will visit Taourirt Kasbah, Skoura Oasis (where there are numerous totally devastated Kasbahs among the palm trees), The amazing Todra Gorges, The Valley of Roses at Kelaat M’gouna, known for the Rose Festival in May, and where we will see the cosmetic local handmade articles made from the abundant flowers, and which are known and valued throughout Morocco. After having lunch, you will enjoy the beauty of the views along the road, and the hostility of the Berber nomads families, while spending the evening and take a cup of Moroccan tea with one of them until arriving at Dades Gorges where we are going to stay the night.

Day 6: Dades Gorges-Merzouga

We will have a short walk to enjoy the charming beauty of Gorges, after taking breakfast, then, to Tinejdad to have lunch, Tafilalt oasis, Erfoud (known by the date festival), Rissani (The seat of the current king of Morocco), until the Bivouac at Erg Chebbi Dunes, where you will have an amazing evening, by taking a cup of Moroccan tea and a camel ride over the dunes, while spending the night in our Camp.

Day 7: Merzouga Desert-Midelt

We will drive to Erfoud after having breakfast and taking a refreshing shower, to see the locally found fossils which are used in forming artifacts and furniture, then to Errachidia, The Ziz Valley (known for its big palm trees), and where we will have lunch. We will spend the night, at Midelt, the Apple Capital which is situated at the peak of the Aiyachi Mountain.

Day 8: Midelt-Fez

We will drive toward Fez, as an end to 8 Days Fez Marrakech Sahara Desert tour, after having breakfast. Along the road, we will pass by Tizi-N-Talremt pass, The cedar forest, to see the Barbary apes of Azrou, where we will have lunch, before finally reaching Fez.

Tour include:

  • Comfortable transportation (4×4 toyota land cruiser – micro bus)
  • Driver-guide who speaks your language
  • Fuel
  • Hotels – riad with half board
  • Camel ride (camel each)
  • Overnight in desert camp

Not included:

  • Plane tickets
  • lunch
  • Drinks
  • Tickets of the Historical Monuments

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