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Why not add to your cultural experience of your Moroccan holiday with this 3 days desert tour from Fes to Marrakech? The best part of this desert trip takes place in the most famous dunes of the Sahara Desert in Morocco, Erg Chebbi. The whole trip provides a golden opportunity to see this spectacularly diverse and beautiful part of Berber Morocco. First, you cross the majestic Middle Atlas, and you stop for a moment to observe the Barbary apes in the cedar forests. In the apple capital, Midelt, you will stop for lunch, and there is the possibility of buying fresh fruit from little boys on the side of the road. In the Valley of Ziz Valley, thousands of date palms in Morocco celebrate the date festival in November. At Erfoud, the fossil found in the region bears witness to an extraordinary geological history. Once in the desert at the Erg Chebbi dunes, you can board the "desert ship" the patient camel. It will take you on an unforgettable and exciting ride to the highest dune. From there, you can watch the sun slowly set beyond the horizon. A magical evening is inaugurated with Berber music and drumming around a campfire. Your luxury desert camp will provide you with an exotic tent so you can dream that you rally participates in 1001 nights. The desert tour from Fez to Marrakech continues with a wide range of landscapes and experiences. These are found in the famous Toudgha Gorge and the Dades Valley, full of Kasbahs and Berber villages. In the Roses from the valley of Damascus roses with a sweet fragrance, wonderful cosmetics are offered to you, Present at home. Skoura Oasis, with its countless palm trees and the fascinating Kasbah Amredhil, are typical examples of rural Berber life. You can observe the life of Berbers, and typical architecture during visits to the two most beautiful cities in Morocco.The famous kasbahs, Ait ben Haddou and Telouet. Both are located in the High Atlas Mountains, with the highest point being Tizi-n-Tichka, the highest pass in North Africa. Experience the trip of a lifetime with our 3-day desert tour from Fes to Marrakesh. Book your trip now and experience the true beauty of authentic Moroccan culture.


  • Drive through the Middle Atlas Mountains and observe Barbary Apes in cedar forests
  • Visit the fossil museum in Erfoud
  • Enjoy a camel ride at sunset in the Erg Chebbi dunes and take selfies with blue turbans
  • Spend time in the kasbah of AiT Ben Hadou and explore the Berber village
  • Share an evening of Berber music and drumming around a campfire
  • Spend a beautiful night in a luxury bivouac at the foot of the dunes
  • Walk in the Toudgha gorges and the Dadès valley along the river, or go hiking with a local guide
  • Off-road driving along the Valley of Roses and the Route of 1000 Kasbahs
  • Visit the small museum of Kasbah Amredhil


  • A/C modern Transport with experienced English / French speaking driver-guide
  • Pick up from your Riad/Hotel in Fez
  • Camel Rides
  • Night in desert camp in Erg Chebbi in Merzouga
  • Meals: vegetarian and vegan options available. breakfast & dinner
  • Free time to explore sites such as Ait Ben Haddou, Ounila Valley, Kasbah Amredhil, for walks, photos and tea/coffee breaks
  • Lunches
  • Drinks
  • Extra
  • Tips

Tour Plan


Departure from Fez at 8 a.m. passing through Ifrane, where the houses have sloping roofs, remarkable and unusual in Morocco. With the Berber geomorphological name, which means “stone” or “rock”, we can see Barbary apes in the oak and cedar forests of the Middle Atlas. From there, we drive along the N13 south over the Middle Atlas, passing by Timahdite (another Berber name, and since the word begins and ends with the letter “t”, it means it is feminine.) We reach Midelt, 1508M, which is called “the apple capital” of Morocco and is located at the foot of Ayachi mountain. The city serves as a commercial agricultural center for the surrounding areas and, is one of the main cities in Morocco for the extraction of several minerals, such as fluorite, vanadinite, quartz, and cerussite. Here where we will have lunch. We continue south through the Tizi-n-Talghemt pass known as the “camelle” pass. We are going down through the Ziz valley, particularly known for its palm trees and the length of the oasis. Along the road, there are numerous “ksars”, small villages of individual houses. From here we reach the mining town of Er Rachidia (copper and malachite for example) then Erfoud, famous for its date festival and fossils. It is fascinating to see how these millions of fossils have been transformed into artifacts and thus the shops are worth a visit. There is no obligation to buy anything! You continue towards Rissani and finally the famous Erg Chebbi red dunes in Merzouga. You will take a camel ride for an hour either, a departure from or towards the camp. There is also the possibility of taking the 4×4 to the camp. You dine and spend the night in a luxury camp with a private bathroom, king-size beds, beautiful Moroccan furniture, and lamps tastefully arranged to enhance your enjoyment of the silence and beauty of the dunes


If you wake up early enough, you can witness the spectacle of the sunrise, when the color of the dunes and the play of shadows is an impressive spectacle. After breakfast at the camp, we leave for Tinghir and the Toudgha Gorge. Along the way, you pass the water channels – “Khettarat” – in which you can descend to appreciate the architecture and genius of this form of irrigation which avoids evaporation in The heat of summer. The channels start at a higher gradient at one end until they finally emerge at the surface of the soil, where they are brought into the fields. You can learn more about these chains by reading Andrew Wilson’s work. In the gorge and valley, there are opportunities to walk beyond the gorge itself, or through the village gardens and fields before reaching it. Later, the route continues to the Dades Valley. The area, which now forms the Dades Gorge, lay at the bottom of the sea millions of years ago. Large amounts of sediments were deposited around the giant coral reefs and over time this material compacted into a variety of sedimentary rocks like sandstone and limestone. Finally, the movement of the earth the crust caused the region to rise above the sea, forming the Atlas Mountains and the surrounding landscape. The night is spent in a hotel or a kasbah.


After breakfast, the journey continues through the Valley of Roses, famous for its Rose Festival in May, and in front of the kasbahs of Skoura, where you can visit the interesting and intact small kasbah Amredhil, which once appeared on the 50 dirham note. From there, we continued to Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou is a World Heritage Site and the backdrop for many Hollywood blockbusters. He is the most famous Kasbah in Morocco. From there, we continue to Telouet, along the newly asphalted road. Telouet is located right in the middle of the mountains and was once the seat of the last Pasha of Marrakech, El Glaoui, from where the highest pass in Africa, Tizi-n-Tichka was controlled. In the late afternoon, we arrive in Marrakech. Your Moroccan desert tour from Fes to Marrakech comes to an end as the driver accompanies you to your riad


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