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4 days-tour-from-fes-to-marrakech via desert

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    Roaming Morocco

  • Locations

    Merzouga, Morocco

  • Activities

    Adventure, Camel Riding Tour

  • Price
    From: €350 EUR per person
  • Duration

    52 h

  • Avg Distance

    900 km

  • Starting Location

    Fes

  • Price Includes

    pick-up/drop off air-conditioned 4×4 or mini-bus Guide/Driver 1 night in BomalnDades Camel trek in Merzouga 1 Night in a Berber desert camp 1 night in a Hotel in Merzouga

  • Notes

    The number of the poeple should be 4 or more tocinfirm the tour

Highlights

  • Cross the Erg Chebbi dunes on a camel for a beautiful sunset
  • Enjoy an authentic Moroccan traditional dinner under the stars in desert camp
  • Overnight stay at a Berber desert camp at Erg Chebbi

Trip Info

PROGRAM DETAILS :

1 DAY 1: FES – CEDAR FOREST – ZIZ VALLEY – MERZOUGA
After breakfast, your day begins with a drive to Merzouga. You will pass through the city of Ifrane, which is considered the coldest place in Morocco. Ifrane is also known as the Switzerland of Morocco because of the housing architecture and the snowfall. Continue your journey through the Middle Atlas Mountains to the cedar forest in Azrou, which is 3940 in elevation. Here you will have the opportunity to feed the endangered Barbary (Macaque) Monkeys. Continuing on you will pass through, the Ziz Valley, heading to Merzouga. When you reach Merzouga you will hop on your camel for an hour and a half. When you reach the Berber camp, you will have dinner and enjoy Berber Music. Here you will spend the evening enjoying the desert sites, sounds and stars. Distance: 466 km (289.559 miles)

2 DAY 2: EXPLORING MERZOUGA
This morning following breakfast, you will go off-roading to discover Merzouga, the same road used in the Paris-Dakar Rally. One of the stops along the way you will learn how the locals extract fossils from the heart of the earth. Continuing on you will visit the nomads who still live in tents made of camel wool. Here you will learn about nomad life while sipping on a warm cup of mint tea. After visiting the nomads you will continue crossing the desert capturing the different faces of the dunes and black volcanic rock. You will pass through small villages to the Khamlia Villages, where the locals from Africa practice their traditional Gnawa Music. Following the excitement of the music and dance, you will stop for lunch, experiencing Berber Pizza. After you have relaxed and had lunch you will continue to the lake of Merzouga. Explore the sites and sounds of the desert lake. After touring the lake you will return to your hotel for the evening.

3 DAY 3 : MERZOUGA – TODRA GORGES – BOUMALNE DADES
Early in the morning, you can walk over the sand dunes to watch the sunrise. After the sun makes its appearance you will hop back on your camel taking in the breathtaking morning colors of the dunes, as if you walked into a beautiful watercolor painting. Reaching your hotel you will enjoy a relaxing breakfast. After breakfast you will head towards the gorges, stopping in Rissani, the town where the Alouite Dynasty was established. Here you will visit the historic monument of Siijilmasa, many Kasbah’s, the mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif, and the large souk. Continuing the journey you will pass through the Ziz Valley and stroll the Todgha Gorge. Following the beautiful mountains and rivers of the gorge, you will relax in your hotel for the evening. Distance: 250 km (155.343 miles)

4 DAY 4 : BOUMALNE DADES – AIT BEN HADDOU – MARRAKECH
After breakfast, you will pass through the Valley of Roses, where the festival of Roses is celebrated at the end of May each year. The journey continues onward passing the Skoura’s oasis of palm groves and reaching the city of Ouarzazate. From here you will head to the city of Ouarzazate, which is known as the Hollywood of Morocco because of the Cinema Studios. Many famous movies were filmed here such as Cleopatra, Kingdom of Heaven, Gladiator, Kundun and Game of Thrones. Continue to the extraordinary Kasbah of Telouet. From here you will drive to the most famous Kasbah in Morocco, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. The fortified village and Kasbah are situated in the hills along the Ounila River. Ait Ben Haddou has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. Many films have been produced in the Kasbah including The Message, The Mummy, Alexander, and Babel. After the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah tour, you will stop for lunch. After lunch, you will make your way through the spectacular Tichka Pass in the Atlas Mountains, a great time to have your camera handy. Following the Tichka Pass, your journey reaches Marrakech. When you reach Marrakech you will relax for the evening in your Riad or Hotel. Distance: 300 km (186 miles)

Your adventure awaits!

Roaming Morocco

To introduce you my self, I am Mustapha KARRAOUI , I am an insured and fully licensed Official guide approved by the local authorities. And as members of various travel industry associations, I am held up to a high level of standards and practices. I am a Berber from the south east of Morocco. My family comes from a small village named Merzouga, a small village in the desert. My family works in tourism business since i was a boy, . I am graduated in English studies, my major was linguistics at university . My research paper was about the Berber Culture and how it was transferred from one generation to another. After getting my university degree , I went on to become a city & circuit tour guide. As a tour guide, my responsibilities include planning travel itineraries, familiarizing customers with the locality by vehicle or foot, and ensuring that the group remains safe at all times. I am also ought to stay up-to-date with new attractions that may be of interest to customers. And also helping visitors to see unfamiliar areas Skills • Being flexible and proactive. • Having good presentation skills. • Being enthusiastic and friendly. • Having good verbal communication skills. • Being able to interact with people from different backgrounds. • Having multiple language skills. • Being able to work with a team. • Having time management skills. • Being able to retain historical facts. • Having excellent knowledge about points of interest of specific cities

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