4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes
4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes
The traveler will get the opportunity to visit some of Marrakech’s top sights during the 4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes. During these four days, you will see Marrakesh, festivals, desert tours, panoramic views, and Berber settlements. In the Merzouga desert, you will see sandboarding, camel trekking, and berber drumming around a campfire. The pricing is reasonable and well worth it for both solo four-day trips from Marrakech to Fes via the desert of Merzouga and smaller groups four-day trips.Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. Unbelievable sights include the Todra Gorges and Ouarzazate. The amazing sleeping on the dunes with golden sand at Erg Chebbi and a camel hike in the desert and the Atlas Mountains at night are not to be missed.
Day 1: Marrakech to Ouarzazate
In the Morning after breakfast on the first day of our 4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes, we will take you on a guided trip to the Kasbah of Pasha El-Glaoui, former Lord of War or Pasha of Marrakech from your hotel in Marrakech, through the Tizi N’Tichka Atlas to the typical Berber village of Telouet. Follow Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, the World History City of the fortified town of Ait Ben Haddou (Ksar). The first night we’ll be staying at the Ouarzazate hotels.
Day 2: Ouarzazate to Boumalne
On the second day of our 4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes, we will visit the Atlas Studios at Ouarzazate the next morning and will proceed along the Dades Gorge via the Skoura Palm and the Rose Valley “Kelaa Mgouna” to sell girls of perfuming roses in season. Take the main route at Boumalne Dades to the abandoned Kasbah plateau, to the valley gardens and to the mysterious Tamnalt Hill rock formations. We will stay at the hotel Boumalne Dades for the second night.
Day 3: Boumalne to Merzouga
4 days tour from Marrakech to Fes on the third day, will take you to Merzouga via Todra Gorge, Morocco’s highest gorge 20 meters wide and 200 meters long. Arrive on the edge and sleep at a nomad tent in a desert village, where your guide serves dinner under the stars or night in a bevouac, where you can go for a camel hike in Erg Chebbi (nomad berber tent).
Day 4: Merzouga to Fes
Wake up early for the sunrise and drive your camel back to Merzouga on last 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech. The Ziz Valley Gorge and cedar woods where Barbary Apes live following breakfast are departing to Fez – a fascinating path with a stop-by for lunch at a Berber cafe. Drop off in Fes at your lodging..
Tour includes and excludes:
Tours from Marrakech:
Tours from Fes:
Tours from Casablanca:
Tours from Tangier:
Tours from Agadir:
Ait Ben Haddou
The Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah is your first stop in Marrakesh. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site where berber touaregs used to trade from Tomboctou and still do today.
Ouarzazate is a Moroccan city in southern Morocco. The name is derived from a Berber phrase that means “without noise” or “without confusion,” referring to a city with a vibrant community and creative legacy.
Ouarzazate is a popular Moroccan tourist destination with a plethora of hotels. There are 38 thousand people living there. This is also a popular stop for tourists visiting the Sahara Desert. The majority of them are stopping here to store up for their journey to the Great Desert.
Ouarzazat Tourist Attractions
Ouarzazate differs from other Moroccan cities in all aspects. Its primary feature is Mohammed V, which begins at the city’s entrance and continues through Kasbah Tifultutte, a modern structure.
There are several good hotels in Ouarzazate, but very few gardens and restaurants. Another reason for their fame is the Atlas Film Studios, which are located 6 kilometers from Ouarzazate. It’s a large studio about 30 000 meters distant where you can occasionally see a film. Movies such as:
- Lawrence of Arabia.
- Gladiator from Star Wars
You’ll be in Ouarzazate, a Finnish oasis known for its exquisite Piss Ksour. It was constructed in the 18th century and was restored in 1994. The Taurirt Kasbah still stands here.
The famous El Mansour Eddahbi Reservoir was established in 1972 and is continually watered with palm trees and agricultural land. It is the primary source of electrical supply.
Ouarzazate has a Moroccan economy, but it is less expensive than in other Moroccan cities. It is worthwhile to see this intriguing town at least once.
Merzouga (Erg Chebbi)
The Sahara is a natural attraction in Africa, not simply a geographical textbook, there in front of you. The white sun is now visible, as are the desert dunes, which are all yellow and extend past the horizon. Of course, the scale is impressive: the dunes appear to be unending.
You cannot fly alone with a trip in the Sahara. This is mostly for the benefit of tourists. You can eat the desert residents’ traditional food, listen to the Berbers’ real songs and music, and learn about their life and culture during your journey. A journey in a balloon, quad bike, skateboard, or snowboard along the massive dunes would be a great experience! At night, you should sit in a particular desert tent and gaze up at the stars.