8 days tour from Marrakech to Fes

8 days

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Sightseeing of the 8 days tour from Marrakech to Fes Medina:

The 8 days tour from Marrakech to Fes via desert of Merzouga allows youto  know Where do you stop between Fes and Marrakech? so we are going to explore the High Atlas Mountains,  visiting Telouat Kasbah & ksar Ait Ben Haddou. Stop in Ouarzazate  near the “Atlas studio,” Roses Valley, and the Dades valley. Camel ride and overnight stay in camp in the Sahara desert.

Near by dunes, spend the night in Berber tents, then retrace our steps back to Fes. We’ll make stops in Erfoud, Ziz valley, Errachidia, Midelt, and Azrou in addition to Rissani’s traditional market. Before reaching Marrakech, we’ll visit in Meknes, Volubilis, Chefchaouen, Rabat, and Casablanca.

Itinerary program for 8day trip Marrakech to Merzouga and Fes:

Day 1: Marrakech to Dades twon:

In the morning, depart from your accommodation / airport on an 8 days tour from Marrakech to Fes via desert of Merzouga and go to Dades Valley. We will go into the High Atlas Mountains, winding around the famed Tizi N-Tichka pass, which is 2260 M high.


The Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, will be the destination of our roadside halt. It has appeared in a number of movies, including Gladiator, Kingdom of Heaven, Lawrence of Arabia, and others.

See stunning vistas with a variety of hues and little Berber villages. We’ll make many stops at overlooks so you can take pictures and look around. next travel to Ouarzazate, also referred to as “the doorway to the desert.”

After seeing the Kasbah Taourirt and the film studios, go to the Dades via the wonderful route of a thousand Kasbahs before spending the night in a traditional Riad or hotel in Boumalne Dades.

Day 2: Dades to Sahara desert of Merzouga:

After a typical Moroccan breakfast, we will leave Dades and travel to Todra Gorges. Take a stroll through the narrow Dades gorges and take pictures of the canyons, which are popular with mountaineers and are about 280 meters high. Next, proceed along the route of 1,000 kasbahs to the village of Tinghir and the Todra Gorge.

After that, the trip continues to the Merzouga Sahara Desert, where you will have time for lunch at a small eatery before reaching the Erg Chebbi dunes late in the afternoon.

To observe the stunning sunset from the top of the tallest sand dunes, trek into the desert for about an hour and a half on a camel.

After savoring a delicious lunch while dancing and listening to Berber drum music, spend the night in a Standard or Luxury Desert Camp under a starry sky.

Day 3: Merzouga desert tours:

The staff at the camp will wake you up early so you can see and enjoy the most beautiful dawn of your life. Your driver/guide will be prepared to start our off-road adventure expedition after breakfast.

May use opportunity to learn more about the Merzouga region. Visit the Khamlia village, also referred as as the Black People, to start your journey of Berber neighborhoods. Warmly welcomed with a cup of tea while listening to their wonderful Gnawa music.

Admire this breathtaking panorama of sand dunes and discover what it’s like for nomads to live in tents while tending to herds of camels and goats.

See a palm-tree oasis and several abandoned mines. Come back to Merzouga. You have some free time to go about Merzouga.

Day 4: Merzouga to Midelt city:

After an amazing off-road journey and several incredible interactions with nomads, we are departing the Sahara Desert today.

We will continue our 8-day trip from Marrakech to Fes to Midelt through Rissani and Erfoud after breakfast, where you may explore the authentic Souk and shop like a local. We go to Midelt, stopping occasionally to admire the expansive views of palm trees over the Ziz valley.

We’ll pass through the Rich Ziz Gorges, which were carved out of volcanic rock, after Errachidia. then to Midelt through the Tizi N Talghamt pass. When you get to Midelt, stay the night at your hotel for dinner, a bed, and breakfast.

Day 5: Midelt to Fes:

Continuing our 8 days Tours from Marrakech to Fes via Merzouga,After breakfast in your lodging today, we will depart for Fes from Midlet. In the Middle Atlas Mountains, we will be travelling through tiny, centuries-old Berber towns made of mud.

Before the tiny town of Azrou, we make a pit stop in the renowned Cedar forest to view and take pictures of the Barbarian apes (monkeys). Before arriving in Fes, proceed to Ifrane (Morocco’s Switzerland). Drop-off at your Fes riad or hotel.

Day 6: Touring Fes.

Starting our Marrakech to Fes desert tour: Marrakech (8 days)  itinerary via Sahara desert of Merzouga, With a local guide, you will explore Fes. 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.

Day 7: Fes to Rabat via volubilis and Meknes:

Take the Meknes-Fes road to Rabat after breakfast. We’ll make a pit stop along the way to the Volubilis archeological site to learn about Roman-era Moroccan life. This historic Roman city was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997.

We will visit the Bab El Mansour, the most famous gate in all of Africa, the Lahdim square with its spice market, and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, which used to be the only mosque in all of Morocco that welcomed visitors who were not Muslims.

Later, we’ll carry on to Rabat, the political and cultural center of Morocco, where we’ll see its crenellated red ocher walls, pay a visit to the Udayas Kasbah, see the famous Hassan 2 tower, and see the tomb of Mohamed 5. Spend the night at a riad in the Medina.

Day 8: Rabat to Marrakech via Casablanca city:

The last day of our 8 days tour from Marrakech to Fes and Casablanca via Merzouga. Leave Rabat in the morning and go through Casablanca to Marrakech. We will start our vacation by touring Casablanca’s beautiful Hassan II Mosque after breakfast. The mosque ranks second in Africa and seventh in the globe in terms of size. Its minaret is the second-highest in the world at 689 feet (210 meters). Before going back to Marrakech, where you started.

The rest of the day is yours to do as you like after you get there. To explore the well-known Djemaa el Fna square or to carry out any other Marrakech-related activities you had planned before to visiting Morocco.

Depending on your flight’s departure time, we will then take you to your hotel, riad, or airport. This is how our 8 day tour from marrakech to Sahara and the imperial cities, which began in Marrakech, finishes.

Atlas loin in the city

Note: Marrakech to Fes distance can let you enjoying the stunning landscapes during your Marrakech to Fes tour; that is to say if you have more time we can customize you a 10 days tour from marrakech, and if you have less time you can check this 6 days from marrakech to Fes.

Amazing Views

The scenery is magnificent during the journey. We will thus make an effort to stop at the best gardens and vistas while traveling. If you see anything interesting, ask our driver to stop and let you take a picture.
Pickup and drop-off at hotels.

Our journey will start in Marrakech with a pick-up from the airport, where our driver will be waiting with a card bearing the name of the company or your name. At the conclusion of our 8 day tour from Marrakech, we will drop you off at the airport as well.

Professional Guidance

One of our knowledgeable local drivers who is well-versed in the area will be your escorter. Also, we will make arrangements for you to meet a local guide in Marrakech and Fes.


Places to take pictures during Tour in Morocco from Marrakech

Morocco should be on your travel bucket list if you are a photographer because there are so many gorgeous locations. For instance, you will see the Erg Chebbi sand dunes, the biggest dunes in Morocco, when you tour with us. We’ll also take you to shoot Merzouga’s desert.

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How many days do you need in Fes Morocco?

To fully experience Fes and its surroundings, I would recommend spending at least 2-3 days in the city. Here are a few reasons why:

  1. Exploring the Medina: Fes is home to one of the largest medinas in the world, and it can take several days to fully explore this fascinating area. The narrow streets are filled with historic buildings, bustling markets, and numerous landmarks, including the University of Al Quaraouiyine, the oldest continuously operating university in the world.

  2. Visiting the Historic Sites: Fes is home to several historic sites, including the Al-Attarine Madrasa, the Bou Inania Madrasa, and the Dar Batha Museum, which houses a collection of traditional Moroccan art and artifacts.

  3. Day Trips: There are several day trips that you can take from Fes, such as a visit to the nearby Roman ruins of Volubilis, a trip to the picturesque town of Chefchaouen, or a hike in the nearby Middle Atlas Mountains.

  4. Local Cuisine: Fes is known for its unique and delicious cuisine, which includes dishes such as the famous Fes tajine, a slow-cooked meat dish with prunes and almonds. Taking the time to explore the city’s food scene is a must-do for any visitor.

In summary, while it’s possible to see some of Fes’ highlights in a day or two, I would recommend spending at least 2-3 days in the city to fully experience everything it has to offer.

Where do you stop between Fes and Marrakech?

There are a few different options for places to stop between Fes and Marrakech, depending on your interests and travel style. Here are a few suggestions:

  1. If you’re interested in history and architecture, you could stop in the city of Meknes, which was once the capital of Morocco and is home to impressive monuments like the Bab Mansour gate, the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, and the Heri es-Souani granaries.

  2. Another historical option is the city of Beni Mellal, which is situated in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains and is known for its traditional architecture and rich history. The city also offers opportunities for hiking and exploring the surrounding mountains.

  3. For nature lovers, a stop in the village of Ifrane could be a good option. Located in the Middle Atlas Mountains, Ifrane is known for its beautiful forests, lakes, and alpine scenery.

  4. If you’re looking for a more laid-back experience, the town of Azrou could be a good choice. This small Berber town is known for its handicrafts and traditional markets, as well as its nearby cedar forests, which are home to Barbary macaques.

Ultimately, the choice of where to stop between Fes and Marrakech will depend on your interests and itinerary. Consider what you want to see and experience on your trip, and plan your stops accordingly.

How many days in Marrakech is enough?

The amount of time you should spend in Marrakech depends on your travel style and interests. However, I would suggest spending at least 3-4 days in Marrakech to fully experience the city and its surroundings. Here are a few reasons why:

  1. Exploring the Medina: The historic Medina of Marrakech is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the city’s main attractions. There are countless narrow streets, bustling markets, and historic landmarks to discover, and it can take a few days to fully explore.

  2. Visiting the Palaces and Gardens: Marrakech is home to several beautiful palaces and gardens, including the Bahia Palace, the El Badi Palace, and the Majorelle Garden. Each of these sites is unique and well worth a visit.

  3. Day Trips: There are several day trips that you can take from Marrakech, such as a visit to the Atlas Mountains, a trip to the desert city of Ouarzazate, or a visit to the coastal city of Essaouira. These trips can take a full day or more, so it’s a good idea to plan for extra time in Marrakech.

  4. Local Cuisine and Nightlife: Marrakech is famous for its vibrant food scene, which includes everything from street food to fine dining. The city also has a bustling nightlife scene, with numerous bars, clubs, and live music venues to explore.

In summary, while it’s possible to see some of Marrakech’s highlights in a day or two, I would recommend spending at least 3-4 days in the city to fully experience everything it has to offer.

What is there to do in Marrakech in 7 days?

If you have 7 days to spend in Marrakech, there are plenty of things to do and see. Here’s a suggested itinerary:

Day 1: Explore the Medina Spend your first day exploring the Medina of Marrakech. Start at the iconic Jemaa el-Fnaa square, where you can experience the hustle and bustle of the city, watch street performers, and sample local street food. From there, wander through the narrow streets of the Medina, taking in the sights and sounds of this vibrant area. Be sure to visit the Koutoubia Mosque, the largest mosque in Marrakech, and the Bahia Palace, a beautiful example of traditional Moroccan architecture.

Day 2: Visit the Saadian Tombs and the Majorelle Garden On your second day, head to the Saadian Tombs, a beautiful and historic site that dates back to the 16th century. From there, visit the Majorelle Garden, a tranquil oasis in the heart of the city that was designed by the French painter Jacques Majorelle. The garden is home to a beautiful collection of exotic plants, as well as a museum dedicated to the history of Morocco.

Day 3: Take a Day Trip to the Atlas Mountains Spend your third day exploring the stunning Atlas Mountains, which are located just outside of Marrakech. You can hike through the mountains, visit traditional Berber villages, and take in the breathtaking views.

Day 4: Visit the El Badi Palace and the Mellah On your fourth day, visit the El Badi Palace, an impressive ruin that was once one of the most important palaces in Marrakech. From there, explore the Mellah, the historic Jewish quarter of the city. The Mellah is home to several historic synagogues and a vibrant market.

Day 5: Visit the Koutoubia Mosque and the Menara Gardens On your fifth day, return to the Koutoubia Mosque to take a closer look at this impressive structure. From there, visit the Menara Gardens, a beautiful park that is home to a large artificial lake and several historic buildings.

Day 6: Take a Day Trip to Essaouira Spend your sixth day taking a day trip to Essaouira, a beautiful coastal town located about 3 hours from Marrakech. The town is known for its beautiful beaches, historic fortifications, and vibrant arts scene.

Day 7: Relax and Explore the City On your final day in Marrakech, take some time to relax and explore the city at your own pace. Visit any sights you may have missed earlier in the week, or simply wander through the streets of the Medina and soak up the atmosphere of this vibrant city.

Of course, this is just one possible itinerary for a 7-day trip to Marrakech. You can always adjust the schedule to fit your own interests and preferences.

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