4 days from Fes to Marrakech
4 days from Fes to Marrakech
With our 4 days from Fes to Marrakech desert tour is one of our most booked tours. However, in these four days you will be discovering many different places with diffirent atmosphers.
Day 1: Fes to Merzouga
Our 4 days from Fes to Marrakech satrts from Your accommodation in fes headin to the desert of Merzouga. Firstly, we will take you to explore the city of Ifrane, the swetzerland of Morocco. Then, we will head to The Cedar forest, where you will have the chance to discover one of the best and cleanest forests in Morocco. Thereafter, we will continue our way traveling to the desert, the next destinations are Zaida and Midelt. Our journey is still on, this time we will visit the biggest source of dates in Morocco, Ziz valley. Finnaly, our last stop will be Merzouga desert. We do a lot of acitivites in this village such as a camel ride, night in desert camp and listening to Berber music under the starry sky.
Day 2: Merzouga Desert tour
Today, we will explore the most interesting places in the desert. First of all, we will start by visiting the Morocco National Auto Museum. Further, we will be heading to Khamlia where we will see and discover gnaoua people. In general, they will play you music and show you their moves. Our desert experience continues, this time we will be going to see a famous mine of kohl in the area, a place that was used by the France administration.Thereafter, we will travel to see another lifestyle, the Berber nomads life. However, you will be amazed by some families that consist of more than one wife and more than 8 members. The last destinations of today are the oasis of Hassi labied, the desert lake and many other places that our 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech offer.
Day 3: Merzouga to Gorges Dades
The third day of our 4 days from fes to Marrakech will start after having breakfast in the desert. Our first destination will be both Tinjedad and Tinghir, where we will stop by and have a look at the souks if it is needed. Ahead, we will be traveling through the rural villages to reach one of the best and unique places in Morocco, Toudgha canyons. The night will be spent in the Gorges Dades.
Day 4: Gorges Dades to Marrakech
After having breakfast, our 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech continues towards Marrakech. Today’s destinations are bit different because we will be driving through the High Atlas Mountains. Our first destination is Rose Valley, a place that is famous for producing cosmetic products. After, we will be visiting the Amrhidil Kasbah in Skoura. Because this latter is usually needs tickets to enter to, so we will have to wait till the kasbahs of Ait Ben Haddou. The next destination is Ouarzazate, where we will pass by the Atlas Studios, a famous place for making movies. Theafter, we will be heading to the famous fortified village of Ait Ben Haddou before heading directly to Marrakech passing by many other unique places such As Tizi n’Tichka.
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Ait Ben Haddou
Your first attracion to visit from Marrakech is Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. It’s one of the worlds heritage of unesco where berber touaregs used to trade and stay when coming from Tomboctou.
Ouarzazate is a city in Morocco located in the southern part of Morocco. Its name comes from a Berber phrase meaning “without noise” or “without confusion”, a city with a vibrant culture and artistic tradition.
Ouarzazate is a good tourist city in Morocco, which is ideal for tourism, with a large number of hotels. The population is about 38 thousand people. It is often a favorite stop for tourists on their way to the Sahara Desert. Most of them stop here to stock up on provisions for their onward journey to the Great Deserts.
Merzouga (Erg Chebbi)
The Sahara, one of Africa’s greatest natural wonders, is right in front of you, not just in a geography textbook. The white light of the desert and the dunes of various colors of yellow can now be seen beyond the horizon. Of course, the scale is impressive: the dunes appear to go on forever.
In the Sahara, you can only travel with a group, not on your own. This is done mostly for visitor safety. During the journey, you will sample traditional desert cuisine, listen to authentic Berber songs and music, and learn about their way of life and culture. The balloon journey, as well as the ride across the enormous dunes on quad bikes, skis, or snowboards, will be unforgettable! You can even spend the night in the desert in a unique tent, appreciating the light of the faraway stars.