Fes desert tours 3 days To marrakech


This three-day, guided tour brings you face to face with the stunning desert landscape of Morocco and gives you the chance to learn more about this country's history and culture. Having driven out of Marrakech on the first day of this trip, you will then head for the High Atlas Mountains en route to Boumalne Dades. Visit the famous kasbah (fortress) of Ait Benhaddou along the way. Up next on the itinerary are the dunes of Merzouga. Take a camel for a ride through the desert before heading for your camp. See sunrise over the desert before heading back to the final destination. We will drive you back to Marrakech via Tazarin and Draa Valley at the end of this trip.

Departure Pick up from your accommodation .
Departure Time Pick up arround 7 Am
Languages English, French, Italian ,Arabic
  • 1 Bottles of water each person per Day
  • 2 Breakfasts and 2 Dinner
  • An experienced, English-speaking tour guide/driver.
  • night Accommodation as per the itinerary.
  • 1 night luxury camps and Camel ride ,4*4 ride in the duns
  • Transportation carried out by a private vehicle
  • Both international and domestic flights.
  • Lunch and other meals not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Entrance fees to the historical and other sites mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Anything mentioned optional in the itinerary.

Tour Timeline

  • 1

    We will pick you up at your hotel and set off for Merzouga, crossing the Middle Atlas and its cedar woods. This mountain range extends over 350 kilometers from the south-west to the north-east of Morocco. Along the way, you will pass by the Iframe village, also called the “Moroccan Switzerland” because of the architecture of its houses and because it is the most exclusive ski destination in the country. You will then stop at Azrou, one of the most famous Berber towns in Morocco. The day will continue with the visit of the Ziz Valley and the Ziz Gorges, where you will pass through villages like Midelt or Arfoud. From Arfoud, you will take a desert path to arrive in Merzouga. You will spend the night in a hotel near the dunes/ luxury camp

  • 2

    Wake up early today to see an incredible sunrise over the dunes. This might as well be the best sunrise you have ever seen in your life. Have your breakfast in our camp then take your camels back to your driver
    Before driving to dades George you can take a quad bike on a ride for about an hour through the dunes of Erg Chebbi. You need not be an experienced rider to enjoy this experience since your tour guide will help you with information regarding safety as well as handling and controlling the bike.
    Drive through the Anti-Atlas, also known as the Lesser Atlas, on your way to Ouarzazate. See Nkob village, known as the oasis with 45 kasbahs, en route. You can have your lunch at a restaurant in one of the kasbahs before continuing through the Draa Valley, past its date palms and its abandoned ksours and kasbahs.
    See a beautiful sunset from the Atlas Mountains before you reach Ouarzazate. Check into the hotel on arrival to dades George and enjoy your dinner.

  • 3

    Travel through the Oasis of a Thousand Kasbahs to Ait Benhaddou, Morocco's most known kasbah. Cross the Dades River and the Boumalne Dades. Stop in Kelâat M'Gouna to observe the rose bushes that line field parcels. Visit a rose cooperative to witness how rose leaves are converted into rose oil and water. Journey west to Ouarzazate and learn about how its surrounding regions have been portrayed in films like Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, and Black Hawk Down. It is possible to have a movie studio tour to discover more about the filming process and the history of the place.
    Visit the neighboring At Benhaddou. The ancient ksar, a UNESCO World Heritage monument, dated from the 11th century and played an essential role along the trans-Saharan commerce route. Climb to the ancient Granary for a great view of the kasbah and surrounding region. Fans of the series Game of Thrones may want to make the trip down to the river to visit the gates featured in the show.
    Continue the journey over the High Atlas mountains by leaving Ait Benhaddou behind. Mount Toubkal, the mountain range's highest peak at 4,167 meters, can be seen. Stretch your legs at the summit for a spectacular panoramic view of the mountains. Visit an Argan Oil Cooperative in Taddert to learn about and sample how olives are processed for various applications. The temperature and environment change dramatically as you descend the High Atlas. You'll soon be a part of the hustle and bustle of Marrakech.