Tour Overview

  • Reference1258547
  • Contact nameAbdou tours
  • Contact phone+212 619 30 52 68
  • Cancellation policyfree cancellation up to 76h
  • TypeDesert tours
  • Contract Single
  • LocationMorocco / Merzouga Desert
  • Group TypeAdult groups, Student groups
  • Durations96 hours

Tour Description

Enjoy another moment of fun-filled trip; take a four days desert tour right from Fez to Marrakesh. Explore some time off while journeying from the Imperial city through the route of Ifrane, getting a nice view of the beautiful landscape of the Atlas Mountain, the scent of the desert sun, and lots more. We offer the best companionship to ensuring that you have the best time exploring Morocco.

Fez, which is the cultural capital city of Morocco, is well known for its tall walls, the elegant market places which are decked with rare and beautiful accessories from all around the country. The architectural design is almost typical of the Middle Age and the view of the city is nothing short of thrilling, it is the second largest city in Morocco.

From Fez, passing through the route of Ifrane is the view of the Atlas Mountain, a beautiful landscape and a sight to behold! Continue through the cedar forest – seeing the monkeys dangling around the tress, passing through the Berber villages – a settlement where the indigenous group of North Africa has been presiding for thousands of years, they are well known for their hospitality and their healthy food – the local delicacies cannot be over emphasized!Going forward, is the Sahara Desert, the largest desert in the world! It is surrounded by mountain ranges, and also famous for its sand dunes, sand seas, extensive plains, oasis and basins.

After which, we come upon the city of Midelt– a city well known for its beautiful stones and historic fossils, and continuing on the scenic route through the mountain, passing through the city of Rissani and the palm grooves of Tafilalet and the Kasbahs – one of UNESCO’s heritage site and moving towards Merzouga town in the Sahara Desert with a wide stretch of sand dunes. It is regarded as the gateway to Erg Chebbi dunes – here, you get to learn how to, and also ride a camel and watch amazing sunset in the dunes.


Up ahead lies Erfoud – an oasis town in the Sahara Desert famous for its fossils and dates, and then moving forward is the Todra Gorge, passing through the plateau separating the High Atlas mountain from the Anti Atlas (which is about 1340m high), through the Tamnalt hill before arriving at the Dades gorge – a series of irregularly shaped canyons carved out by the Dades river which takes its root from the high Atlas range of the Atlas Mountain.
South of the High Atlas Mountains is the city of Ouarzazate, which is also referred as the gateway to the Sahara Desert. It is one of the most beautiful and fragrant cities of the world, the air itself smells like roses and the eye-catching view of the huge Taourirt Kasbah and the landscape can make you speechless! Here in Ouarzazate, you’ll get to visit the movie studios and explore different sites where movies were shot.

Going forward, is the Sahara Desert, the largest desert in the world! It is surrounded by mountain ranges, and also famous for its sand dunes, sand seas, extensive plains, oasis and basins. After which, we come upon the city of Midelt– a city well known for its beautiful stones and historic fossils, and continuing on the scenic route through the mountain, passing through the city of Rissani and the palm grooves of Tafilalet and the Kasbahs – one of UNESCO’s heritage site and moving towards Merzouga town in the Sahara Desert with a wide stretch of sand dunes. It is regarded as the gateway to Erg Chebbi dunes – here, you get to learn how to, and also ride a camel and watch amazing sunset in the dunes.

Up ahead lies Erfoud – an oasis town in the Sahara Desert famous for its fossils and dates, and then moving forward is the Todra Gorge, passing through the plateau separating the High Atlas mountain from the Anti Atlas (which is about 1340m high), through the Tamnalt hill before arriving at the Dades gorge – a series of irregularly shaped canyons carved out by the Dades river which takes its root from the high Atlas range of the Atlas Mountain.

South of the High Atlas Mountains is the city of Ouarzazate, which is also referred as the gateway to the Sahara Desert. It is one of the most beautiful and fragrant cities of the world, the air itself smells like roses and the eye-catching view of the huge Taourirt Kasbah and the landscape can make you speechless! Here in Ouarzazate, you’ll get to visit the movie studios and explore different sites where movies were shot.

Along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakesh is the fortified Mud Brick city of Ait Ben Haddou, it is also a world heritage site of UNESCO, and is situated on the edge of the High Atlas Mountains.

From here, we approach the city of Marrakesh, previously the imperial city in Morocco. Here, you get to see new things and learn more about the culture and people of the city, exploring the legendary plaza is also one of the major highlights of this trip – seeing the Berber musicians, snake charmers and acrobats perform first-hands truly astonishing! It is guaranteed that this trip will be nothing short of fun and we can promise you a memorable experience which will be worth your while.

Services

  • Hotel Pick-up Possible Yes
  • Instant confirmation Yes
  • Skip the line Yes

Tour Includes

  • Audio guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Hotel pick-up and drop off
  • Lunch
  • Private tour
  • Professional guide
  • Special activities
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan

Meeting Point

Pickups from hotel/riad or airport

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