The 2 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga itinerary is your opportunity to visit some of Morocco’s top attractions. We will travel through High Atlas mountains,Moroccan holy-wood and the walled town of Ait Ben haddou.
We’ll travel to the desert to ride camels and spend the night in a desert camp. The second day will be spent traveling to to Fes, passing through Erfoud, Midelt, ceder forest and Ifrane.
We will leave for Merzouga on the first day of our 2 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga and Fes. We’ll get you up in the morning and start out by traveling via the High Atlas Mountains. We’ll travel around the turns of Morocco’s famed Tizi Ntichka Pass (around 200km).
We’ll drive past some cooperatives that produce argan oil before stopping at Tichka’s highest point (2260m). Nonetheless, Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is the first significant stop. We’ll stop only for a panoramic picture this fortified settlement to see the Berber Mud Houses. We will continue to Ouarzazate and Rose valleys. Where will have lunch.
our 2 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga continue to Merzouga DESERT while passing through Igli, where we intend to stop for taking a picture with berebers cloths. Eventually, we will have arrived in Erg-desert. Chebbi’s A camel ride among the golden dunes will mark the beginning of our trip into the desert. The desert night with Berber drums and a campfire beneath a starry sky will thereafter be yours to enjoy.
We will drive to Fes on the final day of our 2 days Marrakech to fes desert tour. The largest source of dates in Morocco, Ziz Valley, is our first trip after Erfoud. We will then continue along the High Atlas Mountains, passing Midelt and Zaida en route to where we will eat lunch. The cedar forest is our next stop, where we’ll kill some time and look for the Barbary Macaque. In general, many different animals called the cedar forest home, but sadly, the majority of them are now extinct.
After there, we’ll keep exploring Ifrane, the eighth-cleanest city in the world and the Switzerland of Morocco. We’re going to make a stop in this city, go around, and see the Atlas Lion statue. The latter was created by a German prisoner who was held by the French; he built it for them in exchange for their release. continue to Fes drop you in your hotel end of our 2 days desert tour.
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