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Are you interested in a breathtaking adventure filled with stunning views and cultural experiences? Join us on a 6 DAYS TOUR FROM FES TO SAHARA DESERT AND MARRAKECH! During these unforgettable six days, you’ll have the chance to explore some of the most breathtaking natural landscapes that Morocco has to offer.

From the rugged terrain of the Sahara desert to the vibrant hustle and bustle of Marrakech’s souks, you’ll have the opportunity to delve deep into the heart of this fascinating country. Throughout the tour, you’ll be accompanied by an experienced guide who will help you to uncover the secrets of each new destination. In the desert, you’ll ride camels and spend an unforgettable night under the stars in a traditional Berber tent.

In Marrakech, you’ll wander through the twisting streets of the ancient medina, taste local delicacies, and discover the city’s many hidden gems. Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience! Join us on our 6-day tour from Fes to Sahara desert and Marrakech.

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Highlight of the Tour


  • Discover the ancient medina of Fes, a UNESCO site
  • Visit Bou Inania Madrasa and Al Quaraouiyine Mosque
  • Explore the tanneries and vibrant markets
  • Drive to Midelt, a town nestled between the Atlas Mountains
  • Explore Erfoud, known for its fossil industry
  • Camel trek into the Sahara Desert
  • Travel to Merzouga, gateway to the Sahara Desert
  • Overnight stay in a traditional desert camp
  • Drive through the Atlas Mountains
  • Visit Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO-listed fortified village
  • Stop at Todra Gorge en route
  • Visit Bahia Palace
  • Wander through colorful markets
  • Explore Djemaa el-Fna square

The first day of our 6 DAYS TOUR FROM FES TO SAHARA DESERT AND MARRAKECH will commence with a driver collecting you from the Fes airport and transferring you to your hotel. Depending on the time of your arrival, we may also transport you to some of Fes's most famous attractions.

This trip offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience the heart and character of Fes, as well as the chance to learn how to negotiate for a decent price and valuable items, spend the night in a hotel or riad.

Following breakfast, we will go on a journey to see the southeastern region of Morocco, via the middle Atlas. Our first destination is Ifrane, sometimes referred to as the "Moroccan Switzerland," known for its picturesque landscapes. Continuing our trip, we will make a stop at Azrou, renowned for its expansive cedar forest, which happens to be the biggest in Morocco. Here, we will have the opportunity to observe and interact with Barbary monkeys, a popular attraction in the area. Continuing our journey in a southerly direction, we through many cities, giving us the chance to see the presence of nomadic communities living in tents. Ultimately, our route leads us to the town of Midelt, where we will pause for a midday meal. We will go through the expansive expanse of the elevated desert, observing the gradual transformation of the landscape as subtle indications of the arid environment become apparent upon nearing the urban centre of Er Rachidia or imtghren. The expedition proceeds via the verdant Ziz Valley and the renowned Tafilalet date palm grove, which is recognised for its production of dates. This region serves as the historical birthplace of the Alaouite dynasty, which now holds the position of the governing royal family in Morocco. Upon reaching Merzouga in the late afternoon, guests will be greeted with a refreshing drink of mint tea prior to their check-in at the riad.


While enjoying brunch early in the morning, one views the sun emerge over the Sahara Desert.

Later of these unforgettable experiences, you'll ride a camel back to the hotel, where you'll check in and take a refreshing shower.

A 4x4 tour of the dunes will take you to the lake Dayate Sarji, which arises in the spring and attracts pink flamingos and other animals.

Observe the family of nomads picnicking in a shelter. Listen to the Gnawa's spiritual melody in the Khamlia settlement. At Merzouga, you will have supper.

After lunch, you will explore the oasis at the foot of the dunes and hear about the canal irrigation system.

Just remain in your hotel or riad the entire day and night, dining and showering in leisure.

An early morning wake-up call is essential if you want to truly appreciate the Sahara's magnificent grandeur and see the sunrise of a lifetime. Get back to the hotel and meet up with your driver by mounting the camels and making the trip back. As we go west, we'll pass through Rissani, a city that was once an important stop for caravans travelling between Morocco and other nations. Our best chance of seeing the biggest souk in the area is if we arrive on a Tuesday, Thursday, or Sunday, when that market is open. We continue our journey and arrive at Erfoud, a city known for its abundance of fossils. We leave for the beautiful Todra Valley, a lush oasis surrounded by historic adobe cottages, after driving through the gorgeous Atlas Mountains and attractive cities. After refuelling with a delicious meal in town, you may travel the about 15 km to the breathtaking Todra Gorges. Water cascades from natural springs, and the cliffs here reach heights of up to 300 metres. We'll continue on our adventure via beautiful Dades Valley, famous for its sandcastle-like rock formations and its unique rock formations, known as "monkey toes." Staying at a hotel or riad with a view of the Dades Valley is a perfect way to end the day.


After a hearty breakfast, we hit the road towards Ouarzazate, stopping at several interesting places along the route. The first place we go is to the infamous winding road, seen in many automobile commercials. The spectacular Dades Gorges are up next, and we can't wait to see them for ourselves. By leaving the usual road, we find ourselves at Boutghrar, a spot where the splendour of nature is in perfect balance with brilliant hues. It's a great place to meet nomadic people who live in caves and share a cup of tea with them. El Kalaa Mgouna, popularly known as Rose Town, is our next stop on our adventure. Every year, residents of this town gather over 400 tonnes of rose petals, which are then expertly transformed into rosewater, lotions, and fragrances at local cooperatives. In May, this lively town celebrates the arrival of roses with a celebration. Have a tasty meal before continuing on the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs to Skoura. The Kasbah of Amridil, built in the 17th century, is one of Skoura's most famous kasbahs. After passing through the verdant oasis of Skoura, we'll arrive in Ouarzazate, where we'll spend the night in a cosy hotel or riad before heading out into the next day's adventures.

Following an early morning meal at the riad, we embark on our expedition to reach the ksar, a walled settlement, known as Ait Ben Haddou. Our primary objective is to see the renowned Kasbah, which was officially recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. This remarkable stage has served as the backdrop for renowned cinematic productions, such as Gladiator, Obelix, The Mummy, The Jewel of the Nile, and Sahara with Penélope Cruz, among others.

After seeing the kasbah, our itinerary includes a visit to Marrakech, where we will have the opportunity to witness the Tizi Ntichka port, boasting an elevation of 2,260 metres, making it the highest point inside our nation. During our journey, we will have the opportunity to appreciate the scenic beauty of various landscapes from the overlooks along the route. Additionally, we will make intermittent pauses to get photographs of the berber villages. As the day draws to a close, we will go to our riad located inside the Medina for check-in. Staying overnight in a riad.

Customize Your Trip:

If you would like to customize your trip, let us know your preferences and we will work with you to create a tailor-made itinerary that meets your needs.

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