Our 6 Days Tour from Tangier to the Sahara Desert will begin with picking you up from your Hotel/Riad or even Airport in Tangier and travel toward Chefchaouen, Fes, Erfoud and Merzouga Sahara Desert. You will explore both Gorges of Toudgha and Dades, Ouarzazate and the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. Also a tour guide in the imperial cities of Fes and Marrakech.
During our 6 days tour from Tangier, our driver will meet you at your accommodation in Tangier, then drive through the RIF Mountains toward Tetouan city of what they call it the Dove city of Morocco. Then enjoying the views of the greeny mountains until we arrive to Chefchaouen the beautiful Blue Pearl town.
The old Medina of Chefchaouen has a square with Spanish style, surrounded by a lot of funky arts and boutiques. On the rooftop of restaurants or coffee shops where you can have lunch with the perfect view before we continue our journey to Fes, where you will spend the night.
After having breakfast, the day is special only to explore the city of Fes, which is one of the oldest imperial cities in Morocco. Fes was founded by the Sultan Idriss II. In city of Fes you will visit the center of the muslim-arabic culture for instant: The Mosque of the Andalusian, tanneries, pottery factory and Medina.
Lunch will be in a palace in the old Medina. After your lunch we continue to visit: the spanish and jewish buildings also the Medersas Nejjarine which means the school of artisanal.
Day 3: from Fes – Ifrane – Azrou to Merzouga Sahara Desert :
After finishing your breakfast, we drive to Ifrane the Switzerland city of Morocco and the coldeset city, then to Azrou cedar forest to see the Mackay monkeys and feed them with fruits then through the Middle Atlas Mountains.
Traveling across Tizi-N-talghamt and drive along the beautiful Ziz gorge that is carved into the volcanic rocks, you will enjoy the view of the landscapes in the Middle Atlas and the changing toward the atmosphere of the desert once you approach to the city of Errachidia. After lunch, we continue our trip through the valley of Ziz then to Erfoud, Rissani, and Merzouga Sahara desert.
When we will arrive they will welcome you with glass of mint tea and some sweets, you will leave your luggage in the hotel and enjoy the camel ride to the Berber camp in the heart sand dunes of Erg Chebbi, they are the largest sand dunes in North African continent. The camel ride takes around 90 minutes to the camp where you will find your luggage already their.
Meanwhile riding the camels you will have a magical view of the sunset in the top dunes to take memorial pictures, then you will spend the night in the Berber camp in the desert. The camp is equipped with mattresses, blankets, and pillows not to forget air conditioning as well. After dinner, you will gather with other tourists and the camp staff around the fire and enjoy the traditional Berber music by playing drums and singing under the unlimited stars.
Day 4: from Merzouga – Toudgha Gorges – Dades Gorges :
You will wake up early by the staff of the camp to enjoy a beautiful sunrise over the sand dunes near the camp and then have nice healthy energetic breakfast. After that take the camel ride back to the hotel where you will meet our driver. We continue the journey to the city Tinghir and Toudgha Gorges. Finally, arrive to Dades Valley where you will have dinner and spend the night in the hotel.
Day 5: from Dades Gorges – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech :
We drive through the Dades Valley toward Kalaat Meggouna and Ouarzazate. They call it the road of Thousand Kasbahs offering many of photography opportunities.
We will discover the Valley of Roses and the Skoura town, then continue driving to Ouarzazate or what they call it the Hollywood of Morocco. After that lunch is at the biggest famous Kasbah in Morocco called Ait Ben Haddou.
Afterward visiting this UNESCO heritage site, our trip continues via the majestic Tizi-N-Tichka curvy road with an altitude of 2260m, on the High Atlas Mountains. We stop to discover the Argan cooperative how women make and produce argan oil and other cosmetics. Then we drive to reach Marrakech in the late afternoon around 18:30.
Day 6: Full day of exploring Marrakech with local guide :
Today you explore Marrakech or the Red City. Our city guide will ensure you to visit all the sites with cultural and historical interest for example : Minaret Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadiies tombs, the amazing Bahia Palace, and the Ben-Youssef Quranic school.
Throughout the streets you will have the chance to see all the different craftsmen of the Medina, before arriving at the famous square of Jamaa El Fna. Lunch will be in a the rooftops of the restaurant near the place, meanwhile having lunch the guide will answer all your questions. And then in the afternoon visit the Garden Majorelle and Dar Bacha and a the Menara Garden.
After having dinner, you will have the chance to walk alone in the place where you can see magicians, storytellers and fresh food. By then our 6 days tour from Tangier to Marrakech with MoroccoTraveland will finish in Marrakech.
When you book this 6 days tour from tangier with our travel agency expect to see the most stunning, historical, and authentic views.
How many days do you need in Tangier?
Usually, one to two days are enough for a visit the city’s attractions. Despite Tangier’s less than stellar past, things have improved recently. Are you unsure of Tangier’s safety? It is equally as safe as any other city in the nation, or even the area.
Is 6 days enough for Morocco?
One of Morocco’s major areas may be explored in six days, with an additional day or two for a bonus activity or fast day excursion. The imperial northern cities may be coupled with a brief hiking expedition if you’re going in the warm summer months, or you can combine a desert tour with time in Fes.
Is 7 days enough for Morocco?
There is a lot to see and do in Morocco. There is enough time (seven days) to thoroughly tour the imperial cities as well as add a day for desert exploration or a second city, such as the frequently-overlooked Asilah or Essaouira.
How many days in Morocco is enough?
When it comes to the perfect length of time to spend in Morocco, ten days may just be the sweet spot. It’s easy to alter one of these weekly itineraries to include a few additional days in a location you love—and want to linger in—along the route. It’s enough time so you won’t feel hurried.