Anyone visiting Morocco knows that the major cities of Marrakesh and Fez are a must-see. Combining Fez and Marrakesh with a Marrakech to Fes desert tours is the absolute ultimate in trips – you get to experience the beauty and mystique of the great Morocco Sahara Desert tours and you’ll experience two of Morocco’s most beautiful cities.
Your English-speaking guide will pick you up from your riad or hotel in Marrakesh at 7:30 am. After that, we’ll begin our journey through the High Atlas Mountains via the Tizi-n-Tichka Pass. Firstly, you’ll make a stop at Ait Ben Haddou. In addition, you’ll make several stops along the way.
Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s famous thanks to several Hollywood blockbuster movies that were filmed here, namely, The Gladiator and Game of Thrones.
We’ll visit Taourirt Kasbah and we’ll pass through the Valley of Roses on our way to Boumalne Dades.
Subsequently, you’ll head for our boutique guest house in Dade’s Valley.
Our evening meal and overnight accommodation will be in Dade’s Valley.
After breakfast, we’ll travel along the road of 1001 Kasbahs as we journey to the Tinghir oasis. The scenery on this route is simply amazing. Especially after passing fortified villages. Incidentally, until the early 20th century, this place hosted camel caravans. On arrival at Tinghir, a city in the Drâa-Tafilalet region which, during the French occupation was a military post, we’ll change course and visit the oasis.
It’s always fascinating watching the local farmers taking care of their cattle as we stroll along the stream. You’ll be amazed at the beauty of Todgha Gorge, which is at the end of our walk. We’ll enjoy a leisurely lunch at one of the local cafes, then continue our journey on to Rissani.
Rissani, one of Morocco’s holiest towns, is the closest town of significant size to the largest sand desert in Morocco, the Erg Chebbi. Between the 14th and 18th centuries, Rissani was where the desert capital Sijilmassa existed, where slaves and gold were traded via camel caravans crossing the Sahara Desert all the way to Tombouctou. Today, Rissani consists of one square and a single street, but echoes of the past still remain in this fascinating town. After leaving Rissani we’ll travel across some rocky terrain to meet up with our camel caravan at Merzouga.
We’ll now enjoy camel trekking across the Erg Chebbi sand dunes to watch a magnificent sunrise, before trekking back to our secluded authentic Sahara Desert camp, tucked somewhere in the sand dunes. The evening will include entertainment by local nomads serenading us with the music of their drums, while we enjoy a Moroccan dinner under the stars, next to the campfire.
After enjoying a leisurely breakfast at our desert camp, we’ll start our journey to Fez. We’ll pass through Errachidia, the capital of the Tafilalt region; we’ll cross The Ziz Valley then continue on to enjoy lunch at Midelt. Traveling across the Middle Atlas Mountains, we’ll see the beautiful Cedar forests and pass through the fascinating Berber towns of Imouzzar and Ifran.
Finally, in the late afternoon, your Marrakech to Fes desert tours comes to an end when we arrive in Fez. Your driver will take you to your Riad or Hotel.
People that possess the US, Canadian, UK nationalities do not require a visa to enter Morocco as a tourist.
If you’re a citizen in one of the countries listed below, you do not need a visa to enter Morocco:
Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Denmark, European Union, Finland, Guinea, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Korea, Kuwait, Libya, Liechtenstein, Mali, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Niger, Norway, Oman, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, and Venezuela.
Your passport must be valid for at-least six months in order to enter Morocco. Please make sure that you stamp your passport once you’re in Morocco. That will allow you to stay for up to 90 days. Entry fees are not charged.
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Not camels, we’ve got plenty.
You may want to bring a pack to help you carry extra snacks and your bottled water. And, of course, a camera to make amazing moments immortal.
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