3 days Morocco Sahara tour from Fes to Merzouga desert: Discover the rich cultural heritage of Moroccan Sahara. Travel along the route of the montane cedar woods of the middle Atlas Mountains and a charming ski resort – Ifrane. Admire views of the remarkable Ziz oasis and its stunning valley. Experience Camel trekking in the Erg chebbi dunes and overnight camping in the heart of Merzouga desert under an endless canopy of Saharan stars. Take a stroll in one of Morocco’s most popular natural sights, the magnificent Todra gorge.
Upon meeting your private English-speaking driver, depart Fes for Merzouga. Stop in Ifrane, a charming ski resort. Admire great views of tiny Berber villages since you begin to descend towards the Majestic Sahara desert. Along the way, view glimpse of Morocco’s nomadic tribes, travelling across the mountains and often staying in make shift tents as they head to their next destination.
After lunch in Midelt or near Errachidia, hit the road again for Merzouga. En route, stop at Ziz oasis for its magnificent panoramic view. As approaching the destination, pass through Erfoud, the gateway to majestic Moroccan Sahara, Furthermore, it’s well-known for its fossil and marble products (Dates, Fossils, … Etc). On arrival in Merzouga, you’ll then set off by camel for an hour trek out onto the Erg chebbi dunes to witness one of the best sunset ever with overnight stay in a well-equipped Berber Camp in the heart of the desert under an endless canopy of Saharan stars.
Wake up to enjoy an early morning sunrise just over a high dune of Erg chebbi near your Tent. After freshening up and breakfast, then take a half day tour around the Erg chebbi dunes by 4-wheel drive vehicle through the magnificent landscape on the edge of the Sahara desert dunes. Afterwards, stop at Khamlia village, enjoy some Gnawa music. Next, share a cup of tea with a nomadic Berber family in their tents, experience the nomadic lifestyle. After all that, make our lovely way to Todra Gorge near Tinghir region, a popular natural sight, the charm of Todgha lies in its changing colors as the sun slowly moves from east to west over the towering vertical limestone cliffs that reach heights of 987ft. Furthermore, it’s carved deep into the High Atlas Mountains.
Pass through Erfoud, famous for its marble products & Dates. Plenty of time to stroll around this sumptuous site and enjoy your lunch. Thereafter, check-in and free time to relax. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
After breakfast, take a long again however quite scenic drive, heading back to the North into the remarkable vast valleys and Middle. Once arrive at Midelt famed for its apple cultivation, Free time to enjoy your lunch in a local restaurant. Afterwards, continue along a beautiful route of small Berber hamlets towards the Cedar forest, a woodland area in the Middle Atlas Mountains range. Moreover, it’s home to Barbary Macaque, also known as Barbary ape. Eventually, drop off at your preferred location in Fes – End of Morocco desert tour – 3 days desert tour from Fes
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Recently, my friends and I visited Morocco. We had picked the 3-Day FES Desert Tour for our outdoor trip. It was a wonder experience. The 4WD was so convenient. Both the driver and our guide (Ibrahim) were very accommodating. The guide is so knowledgeable. He was very fluent in English. The accommodation for 3 nights were arranged in very good hotels. The stops for food and breaks were good as well. The experience at Merzouga was the best among all. Thanks to Morocco trip excursions for taking us on a wonderful journey of Morocco.