5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

Best 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech


A one-of-a-kind 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech That connects Fes and Marrakech via the Sahara desert. You will see a lot of amazing destinations in a short amount of time over these 5 days and 4 nights. The journey starts in Fes. We'll start out at Ifrane, Morocco's "Switzerland," and its nearby cedar forest. After having lunch in Midelt, we'll continue our journey along the breathtaking Ziz River. Then we continue on to the town of Merzouga in the Sahara. In the midst of the desert, where you may ride camels and stay in a five-star tent. And of course, the Sahara's sunrises and sunsets are unparalleled in their beauty. Also on the list are the village of Erfoud, which is known for its fossils, and the nearby medieval market of Rissani. Then you should travel to the Dades Gorges, the Todra Gorges, and the several Kasbahs such as Ait Ben Haddou and Amridil. Next, go across the High Atlas Mountains and the Tizi n'Tichka pass. Travelers will finish their trip in Marrakech.

Itinerary of 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

Day 1: Fes to Sahara desert passing by Ifrane, cedar forest, Midelt, and the Ziz valley. 

The first day of your 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech begins with an early morning pickup from the airport or your Fes hotel. After passing through Imouzzer, we arrive at Ifrane, sometimes known as the Switzerland of Morocco due to its Alpine-style architecture and refreshingly cool climate. The next stop is the cedar forest, home to the Barbary macaques. If you happen to come across any hungry woodland creatures while out exploring, feel free to offer them some food. We’ll be stopping for lunch in Midelt, and then we’ll be on our way back. The next stop is the Sahara, which we reach by crossing the Tizi-n-Tilghmt mountain and following the Ziz River into the desert.
We arrive at Merzouga, in the Sahara Desert, in the afternoon, and from there you will ride camels over the sand dunes. You will have the opportunity to pause and take in the breathtaking sunset from atop a towering dune. The next stop is the luxurious desert camp, where you may dance around the campfire to the sound of Berber drums while you take in the night sky. Campfire supper and bedtime

Day 2:  Explore the Merzouga desert.

From the midst of the desert, the second day of our 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech started. It is imperative that you wake early in order to see the breathtaking dawn. The morning breakfast is on me. After that, ride camels back to Merzouga, where your driver is waiting. We spend the day adventuring in the Merzouga area. There are sand dunes, a wild lake, mines, fossil locations, and beautiful oases in the region. They are perfect for a wide variety of outdoor activities.
We begin our adventure in Sahara desert by taking an off-road vehicle to an old eyeliner mine. Next, we go to the nomads in their woven-by-hand tents. Sip some Berber tea and educate yourself about their way of life. Our next stop will be at the hamlet of Khamlia, where you may see traditional Gnaoua music and dance. Mali, Sudan, and Niger are only a few of the nations in sub-Saharan Africa from which its people have emigrated. Time off for a leisurely restaurant meal. We then go for a walk through a grove of palm palms. Just a little distance farther down the road is the wild lake of Merzouga, often known as flamingos lake. Supper and bedtime At a hotel.

Day 3: Sahara Desert to Dades valley via Erfoud, Jorf, and Todra canyon.

After finishing breakfast our 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakech continues. We will go out of the desert and towards Rissani town, the former capital of Tafilalet. With a bustling souk on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, Rissani remains an important regional commerce hub.
We take a walk around the Rissani Souk and then go to Erfoud to see one of the fossilized marble factories there. Finally, we arrive at the Todra Gorges after passing through the palm groves of Touroug and Tinjdad. The Todra River’s path has formed a massive canyon through the mountains, resulting in a ravine lined by towering red cliffs. Rock climbers will love these gorges. Explore the gorges at your own pace and take in the stunning scenery. Time off for a leisurely restaurant meal. Through Boumalne Dades, we go to the Dades Valley. Trips to the “monkey fingers” rock formation are a must. And at a location high on a mountain overlooking the Dades Valley. At last, a motel for the night and a nice meal.

Day 4: Dades valley to Ouarzazate via Roses Valley, and Palm Groves of Skoura.

In the morning, we’ll refuel before continuing on to Kalaa Magouna, where we’ll spend the day exploring the Rose Valley. Every year in May, a festival dedicated to roses is held. Location where residents sell rose-related goods, such as fragrances, rose water, oil, and cosmetics. There’s time for a lunch break. To go to the Kasbah of Amridil, we have to travel via the palm groves of Skoura. We arrive at Ouarzazate, where many well-known films have been made and explore the city’s film studios and the nearby Taourirt Kasbah. Having supper and staying the night at a motel.
Ait Ben Haddou.

day 5: Ouarzazate to Marrakesh through the High Atlas Mountains, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.

On the last day of our desert tour, we’ll be heading to the world-famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. A fortified settlement that has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not only that but the Kasbah has been featured in several films including “Gladiator,” “Alexander,” “The Mummy,” “The Mummy Returns,” etc. Likewise, other television shows, such as Game of Thrones. After there, we’ll keep on driving to Marrakesh over the High Atlas Mountains and the Tizi-N-Tichka pass. We’ll break for lunch, and we’ll stop at photogenic places along the way. At last, you’ll be delivered to either the Marrakech airport or your hotel. Our 5 days tour from Fes to Marrakesh has come to an end.

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