Take the best Morocco 7 days tour from Marrakech to Fes desert tour with the Top travel agency in Morocco. In the first 2 days, you will have sightseeing of Marrakech city with the best local guides of the city. Thereafter, on the third day, you will pass by many stunning sights, villages, and Kasbah such as Ouarzazate city and ksar of Ait Benhaddou, until you arrive at Boumalne dades where we spend our night.
The entire fourth day and the entire fifth day will be spent in Merzouga’s desert. You will go camping, ride camels, and enjoy the starry sky. Most importantly, you’ll have a discovery tour of the desert and go to encounter Gnawa and Berber Nomads.
You will journey to Fes in the coming days, passing by a number of other picturesque locations, and on your final day, you will visit the city’s top sights.
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Your arrival at the Menara Airport begins the seven-day tour. We’ll pick you up and take you to your relaxing lodging. We would visit some places in Marrakech if we had the time and you arrived early that day.
The 2gd day of our 7 days (a week) Marrakech to Fes desert tour itinerary,You are about to tour and explore the city’s top sights. After breakfast, our local guide will pick you up and take you through the streets of the city. Typically, we begin by touring the Majorelle and Menara gardens. You may learn about the past of these picturesque locations where most locals go to unwind here. For instance, Majorelle was established by a French artist who decided to live and work in Morocco.
After that, we take you to Bahia and El Badi Palace, two of the best specimens of Moroccan architecture. As the city was originally inhabited by Saadians, we will eventually take you there to discover how they were able to construct special tombs to protect their victims. The Koutoubia mosque, one of Morocco’s oldest and tallest buildings, is the next place you’ll go. Lastly, we will spend the entire evening exploring the well-known Jamaa El Fna square.
After breakfast today, we’ll head out in the direction of Boumalne Dades. First, the High Atlas mountains will be traversed during our journey. Morocco has been successful in creating a pass that enables you to reach the southeast and travel to the desert because the road is entirely made of mountains.
Up until you reach the tip of the High Atlas mountains, which is around 180 kilometers away, the route over this pass is fully curved. You will stop at the highest point of this twisted route after passing through the Tichka Pass ( about 2260m). One of the nicest panoramic views of the Atlas mountains may be found there. We will soon continue on our journey toward the Southeast, passing this time by Ait Benhaddou. You will have some time to cross the river and arrive to the enormous Ksar, which was formerly a crucial stopping point for camel caravans and traders.
We shall be traveling to the Hollywood of Morocco later in the day. The only city in the Southeast with an international airport is Ouarzazate. The main attractions in the city are the Atlas studios, which we will take you to see. They are the locations for filming, and occasionally directors will rent equipment from them. After that, we get back on the road and head to the cities of Kalaat Mgouna and Rose Valley, both of which are known for their cosmetics industries.
We’ll travel to Boumalne Dades at the end, passing through a few small Berber villages and valleys en route. You are dropped off, have dinner, and spend the night here.
On the third day 7 days tour from marrakech to Fes and desert tour, we’ll discover what’s likely to be the highlight of all Moroccan desert tours. Toudra or Toudgha Canyons, which are around 280 meters long and the ideal spot for climbers, are among the areas we will see before that. Also, travelling through towns like Tinghir and Tinejdad If we had more time, we might have stopped to explore the cities of Rissani or Erfoud.
We will have finally reached the Merzouga desert. The camel will be waiting next to the sand dunes, so we’ll go there first. You can ride the camel safely with the assistance of our team of camel guys. We proceed amicably across the golden dunes.
Even though we typically watch the sunset from our desert camp, if we find ourselves running a little behind schedule, we’ll watch it as we make our way there. You can go skiing and take the sand boarding when you get to the camp. You will be treated to a delectable Moroccan supper and Berber drum music under the stars at night.
The 5 days ( marrakech tours) of our 7 days tour from marrakech to Fes through Merzouga will be entirely devoted to exploring the desert environs. To start, you can get up early the morning of the trip and ascend the sand dunes to see the magnificent sunrise.
You can take a shower when you get back and have breakfast in the camp. In the end, you’ll get in a 4WD and go over the desert to meet the Berber Nomads and the town’s first occupants. They continue to reside in tents and make a living by raising goats and sheep and selling them in nearby souks, primarily in Erfoud or Rissani.
After that, we’ll go to M’Ifiss, where you can see one of the region’s oldest kohl mines. Then, we’ll drive you to Glb Nass, which translates as “the people’s heart” in English. This is one of the special panoramas that enables you to observe the endearing views of the desert from a different perspective.
We will go in a short while to the village of Khamlia in near by Merzouga. You’ll learn about a different way of living here. Indeed, the Gnawas are a significant factor in why a trip to Merzouga’s desert is worthwhile. These people hold a three-day festival each year that they refer to as the Gnawa festival.
They display their culture now and play various rhythms. We shall proceed to a location called Dar Gnaoua when we get there. You may learn about their history and enjoy their music here. After that, we go to the Emirati-owned Moroccan National Car Museum, where he displays a variety of vintage 44 automobiles.
On the 6 days tour from Marrakech to Fes desert tour itinerary, we will drivel to the cultural city where we are supposed to over the tour.
after enjoying breakfast at the hotel or camp. It will just take us 30 to 40 minutes to go to Erfoud, which is beside the desert. We will observe several fossil types in this city, which the region is renowned for. At some point, the journey will resume as we travel to the Errachidia dam.
The province of Errachidia and the entire arid region depend on it as their primary water source. The two lovely cities of Midelt and Zaida will be passed as we continue on our way to Fes. One of these two will serve lunch.
We shall resume our drive toward the cultural city after lunch. The lovely cedar forest close to the city of Azrou is the next stop. We’ll go on a trek to look for Barbary macaques in this latter. We will soon arrive at Ifrane, the “Little Switzerland” of Morocco, where you will go on a brief exploration of the city’s biggest attraction, the statue of the Atlas lion.
Finally, we will reach Fes, the final stop on our journey today. We’ll transport you to your lodging so you can rest up before exploring the city the following day.
You will tour Fes with a local guide on the final day of our Marrakech to Fes desert tour: Marrakech (7 days) one-week itinerary through Merzouga. Fes is one of the four Moroccan imperial cities and is well-known for having a rich past.
It goes without saying that you will visit the key sights on this tour. The largest of the three tanneries in Fes, the Chouara tannery, is the first place you’ll find it. These tanneries have a long history because that is where they primarily produced leather goods and painted their clothing.
We typically travel to the oldest university in the world after touring the tanneries. Fatima al-Fihri established the University of Al Qarawiyyin in 859, and it quickly became popular among students from over the globe. You will eventually be taken on a tour of the Jewish neighborhood known as the Mellah.
Next, you’re going to see Fes’s ancient medina and wander through its fascinating streets. Clearly, in addition to the city’s history, Fes has a variety of other sights that you can explore with a local guide. where our marrakech tour packages to fes ended