Get ready for an epic trip across Morocco! This 5-day Morocco tour from Marrakech to Tangier. There you’ll explore a giant marketplace called the Old Medina. Imagine tons of shops with spices, and souvenirs – it’s like a maze of cool stuff! On the first night, you’ll relax at a rooftop restaurant with amazing views, watching street performers under the stars.

Next, it’s desert time! We’ll cross tall mountains on our way to a place with massive dunes called Erg Chebbi. That’s where you ride a camel – just like a real explorer! After the camel ride, we’ll set up camp under a million twinkling stars and enjoy a yummy dinner.

Day 3 brings us to Fes, it’s a giant walking market with shops filled with leather stuff, colorful clothes, and spices that smell amazing. After exploring Fes, we head north to Tangier, where the adventure ends.

Between 8 am and 9 am.
Arrival and departure from lodging. A camel for every individual.
Berber tent lodging. A vehicle with gasoline.
Travel insurance.

5-day Morocco tour from Marrakech: FAQ

How far is Boumalne Dades from Marrakech?

Boumalne Dades is about 314 kilometers away from Marrakech. It would take roughly 5.3 hours.

How far is Merzouga from Boumalne Dades?

Merzouga is about 248 kilometers away from Boumalne Dades.

How far is Fes from Merzouga?

The distance between Merzouga and Fes is about 290 miles.

How far is Tangier from Fes?

The distance between Tangier and Fes is about 398 kilometers, Roughly 4 hours and 12 minutes.

Is it safe to ride camels in Merzouga?

Don’t worry, camel rides in Merzouga are cool! These chill animals are pretty safe for riding, completely like any other. Remember to listen to your guide’s instructions and you’ll have a remarkable time through the desert!

Is it necessary to tip the staff?

Tipping in Morocco it’s not mandatory. If someone gives you awesome service, a small tip is a nice way to show you appreciate it!

What type of cars is utilized for this tour?

The car you use for this tour depends on how many people are in your group. They usually have big Toyota Land Cruisers, vans, or comfy minibusses.

How do you pay to book this tour?

To hold your spot on the tour, you’ll need to pay a small deposit upfront. It’s easy – you can use PayPal or bank transfer. Then, on the first day of your adventure, you’ll pay the rest of the cost in cash directly to your awesome tour guide. They’ll accept euros, dollars, or Moroccan dirhams (their local money).


Day 1: Marrakech to Dades Valley

Get ready for an exciting adventure! We’ll pick you up in Marrakech and head through the High Atlas Mountains. Hold tight as we climb to a viewpoint at 2260 meters (almost 7,500 feet!) for stunning views. Next, we’ll stop at an argan cooperative, where you can learn about this special Moroccan oil.

In the afternoon, we’ll visit Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a famous fortified village where Berbers used to trade goods. Have you seen any movies filmed in Morocco? This place has been a backdrop for many films!

After lunch, we’ll stop by Ouarzazate, a city known for its Atlas Studios, where movies are filmed. Imagine all the famous actors who might have walked the same streets as you!

Finally, we’ll drive through the Rose Valley, famous for its rose products. This stop is especially recommended for anyone who loves beauty products! We’ll end the day relaxing at a hotel in Dades Valley.


Day 2: Dades Valley to Merzouga Desert via Todgha Gorges

Get ready for another adventure-packed day! This morning, we’ll head towards the Merzouga Desert, but first, we’ll stop at the Todgha Gorges, a giant canyon with cliffs reaching almost 1,000 feet high! A river runs through the gorge, making it a truly unique sight.

Next, we’ll visit a Berber cooperative, where you can try on traditional Berber clothes (for free!) and get a henna tattoo, a temporary design made with a natural dye.

In the afternoon, it’s camel time! We’ll ride camels for 1:30 hours more or less to reach the Merzouga Desert just in time to see the amazing sunset over the dunes. Then, our guides will lead you by camel caravan to a Berber camp, where you’ll spend the night under a sky full of stars.


Day 3: Merzouga to Fes via Ifrane

We’ll say goodbye to the desert this morning and head towards Fes. On the way, we’ll stop in Ifrane, a charming town nicknamed “the Switzerland of Morocco” because of its cooler climate and European-style buildings.

Day 4: Exploring Fes

Today is another day to discover Fes! In the morning, we’ll visit some highlights, like the King’s Palace and Borj Nord for those who want another look

You’ll have even more free time to explore the Fes medina In the afternoon. Maybe you want to find a hidden gem of a restaurant, practice your bargaining skills at a shop, or relax in a traditional Moroccan cafe and people-watch. Fes has something for everyone!


Day 5: Fes to Tangier via Chefchaouen (The Blue Pearl)

Get ready for a final dose of Moroccan magic! Today, we’ll take a detour to Chefchaouen, a small town in the Rif Mountains nicknamed “the Blue Pearl” because most buildings are painted in shades of blue. It’s a beautiful and very Instagrammable place! Take some time to wander the blue streets.

Finally, we’ll continue our journey to Tangier, where our trip ends. We’ll drop you off in the afternoon, with lasting memories of your Moroccan Tour!



Imagine a city nicknamed the “Red City” because of its cool red buildings! Bustling streets, a giant square with yummy food stalls, snake charmers, and acrobats – it’s like a real-life adventure movie!


NMerzouga is a small village next to giant dunes in the Sahara Desert. Ride a camel through the dunes, sleep under a million stars in a Berber camp, or try sandboarding! It’s perfect for relaxation and adventure.


Get lost (on purpose!) in the maze-like old city of Fes. Check out the colorful leather tanneries and a beautiful Koranic school. This is a shopper’s paradise for souvenirs like rugs, pottery, and jewelry.


Nicknamed the “Blue Pearl,” this mountain town is a feast for the eyes! Imagine a whole city painted in calming shades of blue. Explore the shops filled with cool crafts, grab a drink at a cafe, and soak up the peaceful atmosphere.
5 day Morocco tour from Marrakech

Tour Reviews

April 19, 2024

Amazing Morocco Adventure! Packed adventure! We saw stunning landscapes, from the Rif mountains to the Sahara dunes. The blue Chefchaouen and camel trek. The tour guide was excellent, informative, and friendly.

April 19, 2024

Great tour for experiencing Morocco’s variety. Explored Roman ruins, bustling souks, and the majestic Atlas Mountains. Comfortable transportation and delicious meals (mostly dinners) included. For history Ideal buffs and culture seekers.

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