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Explore Morocco in a 4-day Trip from Fez to Marrakech , in this desert tour you will visit many interesting places in Morocco, merzouga dunes,Todra gorges, atlas mountains and More….

Overview of our Morocco Sahara desert private tour from Fes

Join Our  Amazing 4-day Trip from Fez to Marrakech, traversing the mesmerizing landscapes of Morocco, including the desert village of Merzouga and the picturesque Valley of the Roses. The highlight of the second day of our Morocco desert tour is a unique overnight stay in Desert Camp in the Erg Chebbi desert, complemented by a camel trek around the enchanting desert dunes.

On the following day, immerse yourself in the beauty of Tinghir and explore the stunning Todra Gorge. The adventure continues as we drive along the Valley of Roses towards Ouarzazate. In this historic city, a visit to the renowned cinema Atlas  studios and the iconic Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou awaits. This comprehensive 4-day desert trip from fes is designed for those seeking action and adventure, offering opportunities for hiking and camel trekking. It provides a deeper connection with the Berber culture and an exploration of the unique landscapes in the southern regions of Morocco. Departures are guaranteed daily, ensuring an unforgettable Morocco Travel  experience. 

Contact us to secure your spot and embark on a journey filled with cultural immersion and natural wonders.

Fes to Marrakech on a 4-day Morocco Sahara desert tour highlights

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4-day Trip from Fez to Marrakech Includes

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itinerary of Fes to Marrakech desert tour for 4 days

Day 1 : Fes > Atlas Mountains > Ifrane > Azrou Cedar Forest >Midelt > Hotel in the town

Commence your adventure with a pick-up from your Fes riad/hotel at 8:00 a.m. Your journey to Merzouga, home to the captivating sand dunes of Erg Chebbi, unfolds over 7 hours, leading you across the majestic Atlas Mountains to the expansive Tafilalet oasis. This region is marked by picturesque villages, palm groves, and two prominent Saharan towns, Erfoud and Rissani. 

As you traverse this diverse terrain, the 4 days Morocco travel  itinerary includes several stops to enhance your experience. Begin with the alpine town of Ifrane, then venture into the Azrou cedar forest, home to playful monkeys. Pause in Midelt for a delightful lunch before proceeding to the panoramic vistas of Ziz Valley, where the lush greenery stands in stark contrast to the surrounding Sahara.

Continuing your expedition, delve deeper into the desert landscape until the mesmerizing Erg Chebbi sand dunes emerge on the horizon. The journey is punctuated by the appearance of the dunes seemingly in the middle of nowhere. The day concludes with the option of an overnight stay in a hotel or a desert camp, tailored to your preferences.

Day 2 : Jeep Tour around merzouga Desert > Camel ride > Overnight Desert Camp

on the second day of our 4 days trip in Morocco.You will  go on a truly enchanting experience: as the morning sun bathes the dunes near the kasbah in a golden glow, you’ll witness a spectacular sunrise. Following a delightful breakfast, a 4×4 tour around the dunes awaits, offering a chance to visit nomadic Berber Families. Traverse a segment of the famed Paris Dakar Rally route to reach the Khamliya village, the vibrant home of sub-Saharan blacks, where you’ll be treated to traditional dance and soul-stirring Gnawa music.

Extend your exploration to include the fascinating French ruins, providing a glimpse into the remnants of the old French town. Amidst this historical excursion, a visit to a vast mountain is in store, where you can relish panoramic views that stretch across the landscape, offering a breathtaking perspective of the majestic dunes below. This addition to your Moroccan Tour itinerary promises not only historical insight but also a heightened appreciation for the stunning natural beauty of the surroundings.

 The day concludes with a unique overnight experience in a camp with Berber Desert Camp , nestled in the heart of the desert. Before settling in, enjoy a camel ride to reach the camp, adding a touch of adventure to your unforgettable desert adventure.

Day 3 : Merzouga Desert > Rissani > Erfoud > Todra gorges > dades Gorges

Following a satisfying breakfast and a refreshing shower at the desert camp In merzouga , we set out from Merzouga towards the captivating Dades Gorges, making a stop in Rissani along the way we will enjoy a short visit to its amazing local market. The 4 Days travel from fes to marrakeh continues to Erfoud, where a visit to a marble factory unveils the intricate craftsmanship of tables and handicrafts made from fossils. Our next destination is the stunning Todgha Gorge in Tinghir, offering a breathtaking natural spectacle. The day concludes with our arrival at the Dades Gorge, where you will spend the night in a guesthouse, providing a wonderful opportunity to share in the traditions of Berber families and immerse yourself in the local culture.

Day 4 : Dades Gorges > Roses valley> Skoura > Ouarzazate > Marrakech

the fourth day of our 4 Day private tour from Fes we will go on a scenic journey to Marrakesh, passing through the picturesque Valley of the Roses, renowned for its annual festival celebrating the blooming pink roses. Take the opportunity to witness various products crafted from these fragrant flowers. As you traverse the road of 1000 kasbahs, each telling its own story, the next stop is the oasis of Skoura, where the magnificent Kasbah of Amredil awaits exploration.

In Ouarzazate, dive into the enchanting world of cinema with a visit to one of the film studios. The 4 days Moroccan journey continues towards the captivating Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, an ancient marvel built in the 11th century and recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987. This iconic kasbah has served as a backdrop for numerous famous films, including The Mummy, Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia….

As the day unfolds, the route leads you to the vibrant city of Marrakech via the scenic Tizzi’n Titchka pass. Marvel at the breathtaking landscapes and cultural gems along the way, culminating in a memorable arrival in the lively heart of Marrakech,Where we woll dopp you off at your hotel.

4-day Trip from Fez to Marrakech
4-day Trip from Fez to Marrakech
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4-day Trip from Fez to Marrakech

Contact us to Book your 4-day Tour from Fez to Marrakech

    Feel free to reach out to us for additional details about this enticing 4-day tour from Fez to Marrakech. If you have specific inquiries about the booking process or would like to discuss customizations, we are here to assist you. Importantly, the tour is flexible and can conclude in Fes, accommodating those with departure flights from the Fes airport.

    Info about Some places that we will visit in Our desert tour of 4-day Trip from Fez to Marrakech via merzouga

    Middle Atlas Mountains

    Part of the greater Atlas Mountain chain, the Middle Atlas Mountains are a stunning range situated in central Morocco. This area is renowned for its varied topography, which includes attractive valleys, undulating hills, and thick cedar forests. Nestled among the Middle Atlas are several important cities and towns, like Ifrane and Azrou, which contribute cultural and historical value to the natural beauty.

    The Middle Atlas is known for its milder climate and tranquil rivers and lakes that make for a tranquil getaway. With chances for hiking, bird watching, and discovering the abundant biodiversity of the cedar forests, it’s a sanctuary for nature lovers. Due to the presence of traditional Berber communities, the area is highly significant culturally.

    Ifrane and azrou Cedar forest


    The charming Ifrane, also referred to as the “Switzerland of Morocco,” is a well-liked vacation spot for both locals and visitors because of its alpine-style architecture and milder climate. There are oak and cedar forests all around the town, adding to its verdant surroundings. Al Akhawayn University is located in Ifrane, which adds to the city’s lively and educated environment.


    Azrou Cedar Forest:

    Our private Morocco Tours includes a visit to Azrou, a place  situated near Ifrane, is famous for its stunning cedar forest, one of the last remaining cedar forests in Morocco. The forest is home to a population of Barbary macaques, or Barbary apes, making it a unique and enchanting destination. Visitors can explore the forest through hiking trails and encounter these playful monkeys in their natural habitat.

    Together, Ifrane and the Azrou Cedar Forest offer a perfect blend of cultural experiences and natural wonders. Whether you’re strolling through Ifrane’s charming streets or immersing yourself in the ancient cedar trees of Azrou, this region provides a memorable and diverse Moroccan journey.

    Ziz valley in Morocco

    Ziz valley, Nestled between the Atlas Mountains in eastern Morocco is the gorgeous and rich Ziz Valley. The Ziz River, which flows across the Middle and High Atlas regions and forms this valley, contrasts with the surrounding desert terrain by forming a lush, green corridor.




    Merzouga Sahara Desert

    Based in the southeastern corner of Morocco, Merzouga stands as the gateway to the awe-inspiring Sahara Desert. Its crown jewel, the Erg Chebbi dunes, with their towering golden peaks, create a mesmerizing and ever-shifting landscape. Transitioning seamlessly, visitors to Merzouga embark on camel treks, traversing the vast dunes and indulging in the magical experience of desert travel. Against the canvas of the desert, the dunes offer a spectacular backdrop for both sunrise and sunset, painting the sky and sands in hues of gold and red. Transitioning further into the immersive experience, traditional desert camps, adorned with Berber-style tents, provide an opportunity to immerse oneself in the tranquility of the desert night beneath a brilliant starlit sky. Beyond the visual splendor, Merzouga beckons exploration of nomadic Berber culture, fossil-rich landscapes, and adventurous activities like sandboarding and 4×4 excursions. The allure of Merzouga lies not just in its stunning scenery but in the profound connection it forges between travelers and the vast, timeless beauty of the Sahara Desert.


    Rissani, a historic town in southeastern Morocco, holds cultural and historical significance as the birthplace of the ruling Alawite dynasty. Situated near Erfoud and Merzouga, Rissani serves as a gateway to the Sahara Desert. Its lively souks, characterized by narrow alleys and vibrant markets, offer a glimpse into traditional Moroccan life. The town is known for its ancient ksar (fortified village), which adds to the architectural charm of the area. Visitors can explore the Mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif, a revered site that attracts pilgrims, and the nearby Ksar Ouled Abdelhalim. Rissani’s cultural richness, manifested in its architecture, markets, and historical sites, makes it a compelling stop for those venturing into the southeastern regions of Morocco.

    Todra gorges in Morocco

    Nestled in the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the Todra Gorges stand as a spectacular series of limestone river canyons, artfully carved by the Todra River. Revered for their dramatic and towering cliffs, these gorges have become a sought-after destination for both nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. Embarking on a journey through the Todra Gorges entails a serene walk along the riverbed, allowing one to marvel at the sheer rock walls that can reach impressive heights of up to 300 meters. Particularly awe-inspiring is the narrowest section, aptly named the “Todra Slot,” where the cliffs create a stunning illusion of reaching the sky. The Todra Gorges captivate with a mesmerizing interplay of cool shade within the canyon and the warm sunlight filtering through the towering rocks. This natural wonder not only provides a breathtaking visual experience but also beckons opportunities for rock climbing, hiking, and complete immersion in the unique geological formations that have gracefully shaped themselves over way todra gorges will be visited during of our 4-day Trip from Fez to Marrakech

    Ouarzazate & Atlas studios

    Located  in central Morocco and often acclaimed as the “Gateway to the Sahara,” Ouarzazate is renowned for its distinctive amalgamation of history, culture, and awe-inspiring landscapes. A standout attraction within this city is the Atlas Studios, an eminent film studio complex situated on the city’s outskirts.

    Transitioning seamlessly to cinematic allure, the Atlas Studios occupy a revered position in the world of cinema, having served as the backdrop for numerous iconic movies and TV series, including Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, and Game of Thrones. For visitors, the studios present an opportunity to actively explore various sets, intricate props, and gain an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the enchanting process of filmmaking in the heart of the Moroccan desert.

    Moving beyond the cinematic realm, Ouarzazate itself showcases historical treasures such as the Taourirt Kasbah, an impeccably preserved fortress that unravels insights into the city’s architectural legacy. Positioned strategically near the High Atlas Mountains, the city serves as a pivotal launchpad for myriad desert excursions.

    In harmony, Ouarzazate and the Atlas Studios create an enticing blend of cultural richness, cinematic history, and natural beauty, rendering it an indispensable destination for travelers embarking on a journey to explore the multifaceted wonders of Morocco.

    High Atlas Mountains& Tizzi Ntichka pass

    Our 4-day Trip from Fez to Marrakech includes visi to  The High Atlas Mountains, spanning Morocco, create a majestic and rugged mountain range that provides a stunning backdrop to the country’s diverse landscapes. Characterized by towering peaks, deep valleys, and traditional Berber villages, this vast mountainous region acts as a natural barrier between the Sahara Desert to the south and the more fertile plains to the north.

    Prominently featured in the High Atlas is Toubkal National Park, housing Jebel Toubkal, North Africa’s highest peak. The park beckons trekkers and climbers with challenging trails and breathtaking panoramas, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the rich cultural heritage of the Berber people as they experience their unique way of life in mountain villages.

    The Tizi n’Tichka Pass, a winding mountain route, offers a scenic drive through the High Atlas, connecting Marrakech to the pre-Saharan oases. As travelers navigate this mountainous terrain, they are treated to sweeping views of snow-capped peaks, terraced fields, and the traditional kasbahs that punctuate the landscape.

    The High Atlas Mountains stand not only as a natural wonder but also as a cultural and historical treasure trove, presenting a compelling destination for those in pursuit of adventure, cultural immersion, and the sheer beauty of Morocco’s diverse terrain.