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Fes to Marrakech desert tour 2 Days /1 Night
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Fes to Marrakech desert tour 2 Days
2-day Marrakech Desert Tour

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Fes to Marrakech desert tour 2 Days /1 Night




From $147 per person

Fes to Marrakech desert tour 2 Days is an exhilarating 2-day adventure through the captivating landscapes of Morocco. Departing from Fes, You'll pass through picturesque valleys, ancient towns, and the majestic Atlas Mountains. Experience the thrill of riding a camel across the Sahara Desert, witness breathtaking sunsets, and spend a night under the starry Sky in a traditional desert camp. Engross Yourself in Morocco's rich culture, history, and natural beauty on this unforgettable desert tour from Fes to Marrakech.

program itinerary for Fes to Marrakech desert tour 2 Days

Day 1:

  • Depart from Fes in the morning and start the trip towards the Sahara Desert.
  • Drive through the Middle Atlas Mountains, passing scenic landscapes and charming villages.
  • Stop at Ifrane, known as “Little Switzerland” for its European-style architecture.
  • Continue to the cedar forests of Azrou, where you can spot Barbary macaque monkeys and enjoy a short hike.
  • Proceed through the Ziz Gorge and marvel at the dramatic canyon views.
  • Arrive at Merzouga, a village on the edge of the Erg Chebbi dunes.
  • Enjoy a traditional Moroccan lunch in Merzouga.
  • Experience a camel trek into the desert and witness a magical sunset over the dunes.
  • Arrive at a desert camp, where You’ll be welcome with mint tea and a delicious Moroccan dinner.
  • Spend the Night in a comfortable desert camp, sleeping in traditional Berber-style tents.

Day 2:

  • Wake up early to catch the mesmerizing sunrise over the Sahara Desert.
  • Enjoy breakfast at the desert camp.
  • Depart from Merzouga and start the tour toward Marrakech.
  • Drive through the scenic Draa Valley, known for its palm groves and ancient kasbahs.
  • Pass through small towns like Rissani and Tinghir.
  • Explore the dramatic Todgha Gorges, famous for their towering canyon walls.
  • Continue the trip through the breathtaking landscapes of the Atlas Mountains.
  • Make a stop at the Tizi n’Tichka Pass, the highest mountain pass in Morocco.
  • Arrive in Marrakech in The late afternoon or early evening, where the tour concludes.

inclusions and exclusions for Fes to Marrakech desert tour 2 Days

Inclusions for Fes to Marrakech desert tour (2 days):

  • Transportation: This typically includes a private or shared 4×4 vehicle with a professional driver for the duration of the Trip.
  • Accommodation: One night’s stay in a desert camp or a hotel in Merzouga. The type of accommodation can vary from basic tents to more luxurious options.
  • Meals: Most tours include breakfast and dinner during the Trip. Lunches may or may not be included, so it’s essential to check with the operator.
  • Camel trek: A guided camel ride into the desert to experience the beauty of the dunes and watch the sunset.
  • English-speaking guide: A knowledgeable Guide who will provide information about the places visited, local culture, and history.
  • Sightseeing stops: Stops at points of interest along the route, such as Ifrane, Azrou, Ziz Gorge, and Todgha Gorges.
  • Entrance fees: Some tours include entrance fees to specific attractions or sites visited during the tour

Exclusions for Fes to Marrakech desert tour (2 days):

  • Flights or transportation to/from Fes and Marrakech: The tour usually begins and ends in these cities, and Transportation to and from them is typically not included.
  • Lunches: In some cases, lunches may not be included in the tour package. You may need to budget separately for lunch expenses.
  • Drinks and personal expenses: Any additional drinks, snacks, or personal Expenses incurred during the tour are generally not included.
  • Gratuities: Tips for the driver, guide, and camp staff are not typically included, so it’s customary to tip them separately if you feel they provided excellent service.
  • Travel insurance: It’s Advised to have travel insurance to cover any unforeseen events or emergencies during the tour.