4 Days Desert Tour From Fes To Marrakech
This 4 Days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech is common. On this tour, we lead our clients through many places. Thus, you will explore the south of Morocco, and you will enjoy Merzouga desert activities, like camel trekking trips. Firstly, you travel via Ifrane, Cedar Forest, Ziz Valley, and Merzouga. And then, you visit Todra Gorges, Dades Valley, and Ouarzazate. Finally, you discover Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah and end the tour in Marrakech
Day 1: Fes – Ifrane – Azrou Village – Midelt – Ziz Valley – Errachidia – Merzouga:
On the first day of our 4 Days tour from Fes to Marrakech is available in private. After breakfast, we will drive to Merzouga desert via Ifrane town. This is the Small Switzerland of Morocco and the most popular skiing area. Secondly, we continue to Azrou and Cedar Forest where you can see the small Macaque monkeys, climbing the trees. Azrou is also famous for its Sheep’s-wool carpets and cedar wood carvings. Thereafter, we continue to Midelt the Apples Capital, then cross the Ziz Valley which links the High Atlas Mountains with the Sahara desert. You enjoy palm trees and explore the charms of the ancient abandoned Kasbahs in Berber towns. After that, we arrived at the Merzouga desert. Dinner and overnight stay are in a Hotel.
Day 2: Merzouga Desert Tour 4×4 :
On the second day of our 4 Days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech, you will discover the region of Merzouga. Besides, you will begin by the village of dark skin people and you will have a cup of mint tea. Here, you will stop to enjoy the live Gnawa music which is played by those people.
Following that, you will learn about the nomad lifestyle as you cover them in their tents around the Erg Chebbi dunes. Moreover, lunch with locales in Berber village. In the afternoon, you ride out your camel, crossing the ocean of the dunes to spend the night in the heart of the dunes. Then, dinner and overnight under a nomad tent.
Day 3: Merzouga – Erfoud City – Todra Gorge – Boumaln Dades – Dades Valley:
On the third day of our 4 Days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech, you will wake up early to see the magical view of the sunrise over the dunes. Then, you return to the hotel for breakfast and a shower. After that, you will drive through the Saghro mountains. In addition, you will take a short walk through Todra Gorge before arriving at Boumaln Dades for dinner and accommodation.
Day 4: Dades Valley – Rose Valley – Ouarazazte – Ait Ben Haddaou – Marrakech City:
After breakfast, you will leave Ouarzazate along the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs. We then cross the palm groves of Skoura and continue to Ouarzazate and the Famous Kasbahs of Ait Ben Haddou. This UNESCO World Heritage site dates from the 16th century and has provided the setting for numerous Hollywood films such as Babel, the Lawrance of Arabia, The Secret of Sahara, and Légionnaire. After lunch in Ait Ben Haddou, we travel to Marrakech via the High Atlas Mountains. Finally, we ended our 4 Days tour from Fes to Marrakech.
Destinations Overview Of Our 4 Days Tour From Fes To Marrakech:
From the Imperial city of Fes, another outstanding itinerary trip starts. Fes is one of the best cities that tourists never hesitate to visit. More than that, it is the second-largest city after Casablanca city. Fes is famous for its historical monuments and cultural things to see. Furthermore, it is the starting point of the 4 Days tour from Fes to Marrakech. The ancient Medina is a worthy site to explore, as it is certified as a Unesco heritage. Thus, the medina is home to historical attractions. It gets busy with tourists, wandering and browsing the walled and narrow streets. Each corner of the Medina is lined with native handicrafts, such as leather and ceramic products. Moreover, Fes is home to the oldest university in the world, pointing to Al-Karaouine University.
From Fes City, the drive will go through the High Atlas Mountains itinerary. As the marvelous road to take on a ride, you pass through the small Switzerland of Ifrane city and the Berber city of Azrou. Therefore, Ifran city is one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco because of its special weather and natural virginity. Besides, it is a city of lion stone statues that a German soldier created. In addition to that, next to Ifrane you can admire the Azrou forest. It is the largest forest in Morocco and is a refuge for friendly apes. Not to mention, the road from Ifrane leads to the Merzouga desert. Its surroundings are always the desert destination for our stunning programs. Thus in this context, the 4 Days from Fes to Marrakech desert tour is characterized by this visiting station.
On the third day of the 4 Days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech, Dades Valley is the next station. Thus, along the way via Dades Valley city to Ouarzazat highlights the road of thousands of Kasbahs. A photographic view of the kasbah on both sides of the road is enough to amaze you. The valley comes from the stretching mountains of the High Atlas Mountains. It flows around 350 km southwest before it joins the Draa Valley. It offers magical sceneries that could attract some shots in movies. So, this Thousand-Nights-And-A-Night itinerary is an awesome panoramic one. Through it, you enjoy the incredible landscapes and nature’s virginity. Thus, tourists could pause whenever they want and take pictures. Furthermore, next it the valley, you can admire Ouarzazat. It is the Moroccan Holywood city or the city of movies.
The last day of the Fes to Marrakech 4 Days desert tour ends in Marrakech. It is the last the second imperial city to visit on this tour. It is also one of the most beautiful itineraries in Morocco where charm and history are exposed. Marrakech highlights most of Moroccan history. It experienced various dynasties that invaded and ruled Morocco. Therefore, on this tour, we provide you with a guided tour around Marrakech. The guided tour highlights all the attractions of the history of those dynasties. One of the most interesting attractions in Marrakech is Jardin Majorelle. It was designed by a French artist, Jacques Majorelle, for over 40 years. Marrakech is also home to Quranic schools, palaces, and the square time of Jamma El-Fnaa.