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3 Days Tour from Marrakech to Fes

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On a 3-day tour from Marrakech to Fes, discover the allure of Morocco. The view is spectacular, spanning from the chilly Atlas Mountains to the Erg Chebbi sands’ shifting colors. Discover stunning verdant oases, granite canyons, and Berber Kasbahs with mud-brick walls. When you sit on the back of your camel and watch the sunset on your journey to your Merzouga desert camp, you’ll know this Sahara desert adventure was well worth it.

From Marrakech to Fes, this three-day tour offers an insight into Bedouin and Berber culture. Awe-inspiring views may be seen from the snow-covered mountains. To include all of your travel memories in your trip scrapbook, you can ask your driver to make periodic stops so you can take pictures while you’re driving.

What could be more wonderful than hearing about your group’s memories while seeing Berber settlements perched on mountains in the background? You’ll also visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou.

The Kasbah of Amardil, a wholly distinct and smaller kasbah, is accessible in the Skoura oasis. These kasbahs are the highlight of a desert journey because they are unlike any other in this country.

In Kalaat Magouna, in the Valley of Roses, you may get exquisitely scented organic cosmetics made from locally produced Damask roses. In the Dades Valley, you’ll spend the night in a lovely riad amidst Berber settlements. In Toudra’s little, towering gorges, you may also get some exercise or go for a stroll with a local guide.

You’ll go on your eagerly anticipated camel ride at dusk after enjoying a welcome cup of mint tea at the opulent desert tent. As a result, you can include pictures of your group standing in front of a sunset while wearing blue turbans.

You will be requested to join the Bedouins for an evening of Berber music around the campfire after dinner. Try out some drumming before going to sleep in a comfortable luxury tent close to the large dunes.

It’s worth getting up early the following morning to enjoy the sunrise as your 3-day Marrakech to Fes tour comes to an end after a restful night. Our Morocco excursions are very well planned out and have a wide range of interesting themes.

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  • Taking a trip to Kasbah Ait Benhaddou
  • Exploring Kasbah Taourirt and Atlas Studio
  • Camelback riding and desert camping
  • Taking in the High Atlas Mountains
  • Observing monkeys in the Azrou cedar forest.


Day 1: Marrakech to Ouarzazate

Day 1: Marrakech to Ouarzazate

The day starts early because we'll leave Marrakech before 8 a.m., and then our drive will take us into the High Atlas Mountains. You'll be captivated to the window of our minibus as it winds over the mountain roads as we pass by these peaks, taking in their rough beauty and height.

Before moving on to the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, we will have the opportunity to stop in one of the little Berber settlements along the way and take some pictures of the elevated environment. Even though it will take us a few more hours to get here, the beauty will be breath-taking the entire time.

A fortified settlement known as the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou is home to several market squares and merchant residences. We'll have a guide show us through this historic structure. Hollywood production firms and film crews frequently use Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou as a location, similar to Ouarzazate, which will be the next stop on this tour.

You'll understand why it works so well as a backdrop for several movies set in biblical times, old Arabic folklore, or thousands of years ago. The historical walled settlement of Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou was used in the films Sodom and Gomorrah (1963), The Man Who Would Be King (1975), and The Jewel of the Nile (1985). You will have lunch in the local hotel.

The next stop on your adventure-filled day is Ouarzazate, where you will have a tour and see the movie studios. Many film producers choose Ouarzazate as their preferred setting due of the historic structures, golden landscapes, and breath-taking vistas. While exploring the historic Kasbahs, which are golden clay structures, one gets the impression that they have travelled back in time. It is also not unusual to see Hollywood film crews filming here.

The Bond classic Living Daylights (1987), Lawrence of Arabia (1962), and The Last Temptation of Christ are just a few of the popular films that were filmed here (1988). You will drive back to hotel and stay night.

Day 2: Ouarzazate to Mergouga Desert

Day 2: Ouarzazate to Mergouga Desert

After breakfast, you will travel to the southeast of Morocco via the "Road of a Thousand Kasbahs." You will pass past Skoura Oasis en route to the Rose Valley, famous for its extensive rose cultivation, and then continue on to Dades. The latter features a number of tiny settlements along the road and is a wonderful verdant valley. You won't travel far from Dades to reach Todra Gorges, where you may take a stroll along its 300-meter canyon walls. Todra offers an impressive sight of freshwater gushing from a steep mountain and flowing through a lush valley.

After lunch, you'll travel through Arfoud, Morocco's fossil village, before arriving at Merzouga, where your real adventure starts. The months of spring through October are the ideal times to explore Merzouga. The weather in Morocco is typically a little better during these times, making intense outdoor activities more tolerable than they would be during the sweltering summer heat. Before arriving at a camp in the middle of the desert, you will board camels and ride across the enormous sand dunes of Erg Chebbi.

En route, you will stop to take in the magnificent sunset. It normally takes 30 minutes until sunset, so you'll have plenty of time to rest and snap as many shots as you like. Some local lads will perform a drum show around the campfire at night. You will like viewing the starry sky above since there are no lights in the area. Spend night in the desert.

Day 3: Merzouga to Fez

Day 3: Merzouga to Fez

On the final day of your 3-day desert journey from Marrakech to Fes. You get up early in the morning to admire the stunning dawn over the desert. Breakfast is at your leisure before you ride camel's back to Merzouga, where your driver is waiting.

After that, we depart the desert to go to Rissani Town, the former seat of Tafilalet government. A sizable souk in Rissani, which is still a significant trading hub in the area, is active on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. A trip around the souk in Rissani is followed by a visit to one of the petrified marble workshops in Erfoud.

Following that, we halt for a panoramic view of the Ziz valley as we travel along the Ziz River. Lunch time is unfettered in Midelt. The Barbary Macaques dwell in the cedar forest, which is where we next go. While exploring the forest, feel free to give them food.

Then you will travel to Ifrane, sometimes referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco due to its alpine-style homes, snowy landscape, and low temperatures. Then you will transfer to Fes, the city of great location to sample Moroccan food. The city, which historically served as Morocco's capital, is still widely regarded as the nation's cultural hub. Explore the gloriously chaotic medina's mediaeval walls to find towers of spices, traditional crafts, hammams, and tanneries.

Take a day or two to experience all the best things to do in Fes because the past is still very much alive here! In Fes, there are several excellent eateries. Finally, we deliver you to the Fes airport or your hotel. End of the 3-day tour from Marrakech to Fes.


  • Hotels & accommodation
  • Air-conditioned 4×4/minibus
  • A multilingual driver
  • Camel ride and desert camps
  • Fuel & parking
  • Local guides
  • Pick up and drop off from Airport/Hotel/Riad
  • 2 dinners in the desert
  • Breakfasts
  • Flight tickets & visa
  • Entrance tickets to monuments and museums
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips to guide and driver
  • Lunches

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