An unforgettable and exciting 3-day excursion
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Enjoy the most of your amazing 3-day, 2-night private tour from Fez to Marrakech, which includes exploring dunes, Berber culture, towering gorges, and old fortified kasbahs, such as Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Traveling in an air-conditioned minivan or minibus, you may explore Morocco at your own leisure with the individualized assistance of a private guide. This journey includes lodging at a lovely kasbah in Boumalne Dades Valley and Sahara Camp, along with a few meals.
Fes – Ifrane – Ziz Valley – Midelt – Merzouga
Our journey will commence in Fes and take us through Ifrane, a French-built winter ski resort from the 1930s modeled after a Swiss village. At Azrou, our next stop, we’ll get a chance to explore the famous cedar forest, home to the Berber apes. Our journey will commence in Fes and take us through Ifrane, a French-built winter ski resort from the 1930s modeled after a Swiss village. At Azrou, our next stop, we’ll get a chance to explore the famous cedar forest, home to the Berber apes.
During your trip, you will make a stop for lunch in Midelt, a town renowned for its fossils and rocks. We will continue our journey towards Merzouga along the road.
Crossing the Ziz River and passing by towering palm trees and fortified Kasbahs on your way to Erfoud.
Upon arrival at Merzouga, your guide will introduce you to your camel. They will then lead you on a 1-hour camel ride across the picturesque sandy dunes of Erg-Chebbi, where you will experience the breathtaking sunset. Upon reaching the desert camp, you will spend the night in a private traditional Berber tent. After a delicious dinner, and a berber music entertainment, spend the night stargazing before retiring to bed.
Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Dades Gorges
We’ll get an early start to see the Merzouga desert sunrise, then we’ll ride a camel back to the camp lodge in time for an early breakfast.
We will then depart for Tinghir in order to arrive at Morocco’s tallest and narrowest gorge, the Todra Gorge.
After lunch in the gorge, we’ll head on to the Dades Gorge, where we’ll see sand castles and the geological formations known as “Monkey toes/feet.” Here, we may pause to hike within the valley. We’ll stay the night in the Dades in your private room at the regular hotel, with breakfast and dinner on us.
Dades Valley – Ouarzazate – Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech
Following breakfast at the Dades Hotel, we’ll travel past the thousand Kasbahs (fortresses) en route to Marrakech.
We’ll make a stop at Kalaat Mgouna, the well-known rose plantation and hub of The Valley of Roses.
See how the employees blend distilled rose water to create aromas by visiting one of the cooperatives that grow roses.
Proceed with your trip to Ouarzazate, where you will meet your local guide who will give you an overview of the UNESCO-listed Kasbah Ait ben Haddou, its background, and the artwork it displays.
After stopping for a break and lunch at a neighborhood eatery, we’ll cross the Tizi-n-Tichka pass and travel through the Atlas Mountains, home to Berbers who have lived there for generations.
Returning to Marrakech will take place in the evening.