5 Days Sahara Desert Trip From Marrakech To Fes city

Day 1: Marrakech – Tizi N’tichka Pass – Telouet – Ait Benhaddou Kasbah – Skoura Town

Today, we pick you up from your Hotel in Marrakech, and departure to Telouet over the mountains of high Atlas passing through the Tizi N’tichka pass (2260 m in altitude), visit the Kasbah of Pasha Glaoui in telouet and stop for lunch in a local restaurant. In the Afternoon we will drive to Ait Ben Haddou along the Ounila valley with its Berber villages. You will visit the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou then continue throughout Ouarzazate city. Dinner and overnight at the family kasbah.

Day 2: Skoura – Kelaa M’gouna – Valley of Roses – Dades Gorges – Boumalne – Tinghir town – Todra Gorges.

This morning after breakfast in the hotel, Leaving Skoura and drive throughout “Route of one thousand Kasbahs”. Later on, the journey continues to You visit the Dades gorges and see the rock formations. After that heading to Boulmane du Dades and have a break for lunch. In the afternoon we continue to Tinghir then to Todra Gorges to enjoy its marvelous views of Canyons. Dinner and overnight in Kasbah hotel.

Day 3: Todra Gorges – Tinejdad – Touroug town – Erfoud – Erg Chebbi (Merzouga).

This morning, you will walk around the Palm Plantations and enjoy the panoramic views of Todra River. Later on, we drive toward Tinjedad for a lunch meal on a local restaurant. Later you will pass by several villages such us Touroug (Berber village) and El-Jarf before reaching Erfoud. You will visit a local fossil craft workshop. After that you will continue to the captivating dunes of Erg Chebbi, these dunes are called also Merzouga Dunes. Arrive to the hotel and get ready for a camel trek for an hour and half to enjoy the sunset. While on the back of your dromedary, you will continue to the camp or an overnight in traditional nomad tent. Dinner and spend the night in a bivouac in the middle of the dunes.

Day 4: Tour Of Sand Dunes in the region of Merzouga

Aftezr you enjoy your lovely breakfast in the hotel kasbah, you are going set off in another great adventure touring around the area of Merzouga Sand Dunes visiting the Berber Nomad Families who are still living in such traditional life. and there will be chance to visit Khaliya which is Musician house where local musicians entertain the visitors with some interesting african morocan spiritual music. after that you will be taken through palm grove of merzouga town then drive back to your hotel for lunch and the rest of the day will be free. swimming, relaxing reading books or taking photos of the sand dunes.

Day 5: Merzouga – Erfoud – Errachidia – Midelt – Azrou – Ifrane – Fes

Wake up early morning to enjoy the sunrise on the top of the dune in the Sahara Desert then have your breakfast. After these beautiful moments, you will ride your camel back to the hotel where you can shower. You will depart to Errachidia via Erfoud, Aoufous and the valley of Ziz then stopping for a panoramic view of the oasis of Aoufous in the Tafilalte region. Continuation to Midelt across the pass of Tizi N’talghamt and have lunch break.

After lunch you will be driven to Fes (the medieval city) via the Cedar forest near Azrou and the mountain of the middle Atlas with the possibility to see the Barbary apes (monkeys). You may have a stop in Ifrane (the Switzerland of Morocco) before arriving to Fes. Drop off in Fes at your accommodation according to your plan.

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Prices:

2 people : 590 Euros per person

4 people : 380 Euros per person

6 people : 270 Euros per person

What is Included:

– Private Transportation with A/C (4×4 or Minibus according to number of travelers in goup)

– Driver / Guide

– Fuel

– Camel trekking in desert

– 3 Dinner and 3 Breakfest

– Night in Desert camp.

What is Not Included:

– Travel insurance

– Flights back to homeland

– Fresh drinks ( wine, soft drinks)

– Tips for driver, guide, camel guide.

Get In touch

+212 6 73 39 81 79

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Address Derb Ahmer – Laqsour – Medina 40000 Marrakech

Email berberwalk@gmail.com