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Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech
We kick off our 7 Days Tour from Marrakech to Fes via Desert by your arrival in Marrakech. free day to take contact with the place: one of the four imperial cities of Morocco. Famous for having numerous monuments recognized as a world heritage site, and its famous square of Jemaa El Fna .You can visit its different and characteristic neighborhoods, the modern city: Gueliz Hivernage Palmeraie, Mellah (Jewish quarter) … or carry through the streets of the Medina, Jmaa El Fna Square , which was the scene of numerous outdoor activities : jugglers, musicians, fakirs, snake charmers , jugglers … to awaken all your senses with its multiple sounds, smells, flavors and colors that characterize it. Accommodation in Riyadh.
Day 2 : Marrakech Dades Gorges
We continue our 7 Days Tour from Marrakech to Fes via Desert. After breakfast we’ll take care of Marrakech Dades gorges.On the way crosses the mountains of the High Atlas mountains, crossing the Tizi n’Tichka, thread the way among many peoples of nomadic Berbers who live in the area .spectacular scenery that will take us up to the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou , famous for being the scene of more than two dozen films , including ” Babel” .Continue to Ouarzazate through the Valley of the Roses voyage, arriving at The Dades gorges, where begins the “road of the thousand kasbahs” .Dades Valley accommodation and dinner in the hotel.
Day 3: Dades Gorges Todra Gorge Merzouga
Breakfast at the hotel .We headed to the Todra Gorge, a place where you can take a stroll through its grand canyon walls more than 200 meters in height , to exit to the desert through the palm of Tafilalet. Arrival at the hotel on foot of the dunes, where you can walk by the fine sand of the Erg Chebbi, relax and enjoy the beauty of its landscapes .In the evening , savor a delicious Moroccan dish.The Night in the hotel room. Next day we head to Merzouga for our 7 Days Tour from Marrakech to Fes via Desert.
Day 4: Tour Merzouga Erg Chebbi Merzouga around:
After a hearty moroccan breakfast, up to 4 ×4 to start the tour in the dunes of the Erg Chebbi, populated region of the desert of sand: Among the many stops that we expect, we’ll find out how and where the traveller families living in the area, wild oasis in the middle of nowhere and the spectacular landscapes of the desert and in small villages, palm … Inevitable stop while passing through the village of Khamelia people originating in Mali, who will make us enjoy a good Gnawa music concert , while the delicious taste of the tea .return to the hotel, we expect the camels for more than an hour and a half , the path of threads between the dunes and in the heart of the desert to see the beautiful sunset . Wrapped by the large sand dune, and enjoying the music of drums, dinner and Moroccan tea , you can see the immense sky of stars and sleep in nomadic tents.
Day 5: Merzouga Rissani zigzag path to Exit Valley Middle Atlas Fez
We get up early in the morning , to see another great show in the dunes of the Moroccan Sahara : the spectacular sunrise. once more of his camel to another route back to the hotel. Breakfast and shower, and proceeded to Rissani. We walked to where it is known as the most authentic and traditional souks of Morocco, and the largest in the south of the country , where it is traded with all kinds of crafts, food, and the animals.we continue to Erfoud, the ancient gateway to the desert , is famous for the work of fossils, crossing the zigzag path to Exit breathtaking valley , with more than 18,000 palm trees, to arrive at Midelt was questioned for.stop for lunch and continue our way through Ifrane Fez (also known as the Switzerland Moroccan aesthetics of their buildings)arrive to Fez, and transfer to the hotel .
Day 6 : Fez Fez
Free day to explore the city Fez Another of the four imperial cities . In Morocco it is regarded as the religious and cultural center of the country. Its university, famous for the study of Arabic language and Islam, is a crossing point of many Moroccan students .You will have time to stroll and meet its different neighborhoods, the new area or Fez el-Jdid, where you find the Mellah (Jewish Quarter), the Ville Nouvelle (New Village) French area in the northwest of the city and , of course, the Fez of Bali, the old, within the limits of the walls .you can walk through the streets and feel transported to worlds in the past when the potters, blacksmiths, craftsmen and donkeys loaded with goods from different cultures live side by side with the tourists who pass through its labyrinthine alleys.
Also famous for the souk of the tanners, you will be able to participate in the medieval roots artisan process in which they are the bright colors of leather.
Day 7: Fez airport
Transfer to the airport for your departure flight (must be the last day of the trip) .
This concludes our 7 Days Tour from Marrakech to Fes via Desert
What’s included in this Desert Tours From Marrakech:
– Tour in 4×4 vehicle/Minibus with A/C
– Hotel/riad overnight stays (breakfast & dinner included)
– Camel Trekking & Night in Desert
– Camel Per person
– Turban each for the Camel trip in Desert
– Sandboarding in The Dunes
Not included :
NOTE : If the itineraries that we offer does not match what you’re looking for, contact us and we will prepare the trip to your needs and requirements.
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