Tour overview:

3 Days trip From Marrakech via Merzouga and Fes

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Very often, many tourists choose the 3 days tour from Marrakech to Fes, as their tour to discover Morocco. However, our tour allows you to explore the main highlights in the Southeast of Morocco. From the desert to the Atlas Studios in Ouarzazate passing by the cleanest city in Morocco.

Tour highlights

    • ⇒ Ait Benhaddou

    • ⇒ Dades Gorges

    • ⇒ Camping at a desert camp

    • ⇒ Camel ride

    • ⇒ Fes

Tour itinerary

Day 1: Marrakech - Tizi -n-Tichka - Ait Benhaddou - Ouarzazate - Dades Valley/Gorges:

Our 3 days tour from Marrakech to Fes starts by picking you up from your accommodation heading to Dades Gorges. At first, we will drive by the High Atlas Mountains where we will cross Tizi nTichka pass. Our first destination is the Fortified famous village of Ait Benhaddou. Then we would have lunch at this village or we could continue till the next destination that is Ouarzazate where we will visit the Atlas Studios. The night will be spent in Dades Gorges.

Day 2: Dades Gorges - Tenghir - Todra Gorges - Tinjdad - Erfoud - Merzouga(Night in desert):

Today, after having your breakfast, we will continue our way, driving to the desert. firstly, we will visit Toudgha valley, we will stop there and take some pictures after heading to Toudgha Gorges. The famous canyons that reach about 300m are one of the best places to take pictures in Morocco. Thereafter, we will drive through the rural villages on the way to Merzouga. We will reach the desert early in the evening, so we take the camels and drive in the golden dunes. The desert night is definitely an unforgettable night, you will have the chance to listen to Berber drums under the stars after enjoying a traditional Moroccan meal.

Day 3: Erg Chebbi Desert - (Merzouga) - Ziz Valley - Medilt - Ifrane - Fes:

The last day of our 3 days tour from Marrakech to Fes will begin by taking the camel back to Merzouga. After that, we will be heading to Fes passing by the biggest source of dates in Morocco, Ziz Valley. Then we will pass by both Midelt and Zaida. The next destinations are the Cedar forest and the cleanest city in Morocco and Africa. Our journey is still on, we will continue traveling until we reach our final destination, Fes where our 3 days tour ends.

Services included in price:



    • → Tour in 4x4 vehicle or minibus with A/C

    • → Driver/Guide

    • → Fuel

    • → 1 night in a desert camp (breakfast & dinner included)

    • → Camel ride


    • ⊗ Beverages

    • ⊗ Lunchs

    • ⊗ Drinks

    • ⊗ Tips

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    Place to visit in this trip

    A vibrant city,where there is a mixture of modernity, and staleness of the Moroccan style of life. It is also one among the four imperial cities in morocco along with Rabat Meknes and Fez. Marrakech is one of the most exotic cities in Morocco, and it is what really we are talking about. It has nicknamed as the pearl of the south, the red city and the city of the garden. Marrakech has two differentviews, the protected Medina with surrounding walls and Gueliz which offers the possibility of a modern city. Furthermore, Marrakech was a commercial center long time ago of the ancient Berber population who have ruled the south of Morocco. The Menara, the Jamaa Elfna Place , the Koutoubia Mosque, and Souks are the best spots you shouldn’t miss in your visit to this beautiful red city .

    Ait Ben Haddou
    Ait ben Haddou is an iconic village situated in about 30 kilometers away from the center City of Ouarzazate. The village is still a residential at the moments. Visiting AitBen Haddou is an opportunity to get closer to the Moroccans rural life, and also to get in contact with villagers, they are friendly and kind. At the other side n the foot hill, there is the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, it was standing there for more than 700 and it was only build with the available materials in the area, mud, straw and stones, the amazing inscriptions they creatively made on kasbah are breathtaking.

    The small version city of Marrakech, Ouarzazate is a very beautiful and clean city in the southeast of Morocco; it is considered as a crossingpoint and a touristic stop station for tourist heading From Marrakesh to the sand dunes of Merzouga, and vice versa. The City of Ouarzazate is known for its stunning views of the far Mountains of Saghro, and also for its palm tree oases. We cannot talk about Ouarzazate if we do not mention the great role it plays in movie making and cinema, it has three famous cinema studios, the Atlas Studios are the most known and commonly visited. In addition to the Kasbahs it has such as the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou and the Kasbah of Taourirt in the center city.

    Dades Valley
    The Dades Gorge in the valley of the roses provides some of the most spectacular scenery of the south of Morocco. It is fertile valley where roses bloom in profusion in the Skoura and El Kalaa des Magoun oases and where a large part of Morocco’s rose and rose water production occurs. The Dades Gorge runs from Ouarzazate and stretched 100 miles to the east to Tinghir oasis and the Todgha Gorge. It is a scenically beautiful section of the Dades River valley separating the Atlas Mountains from the Anti-Atlas. The Gorge is best known for mesmerizing scenery and the Kasbahs set precariously amongst it overlooking the river below. Gravity defying rock stacks in all shades of red look as though they’ll crumble in front of your eyes and are deeply cut by gullies created by the persistent action of the river and weather.

    Todgha Gorges
    The town of Tinghir has got more than the big palm tree oasis in the area, one of the most known places in Tinghir is the Gorges of Todgha, an amazing huge creature of massive rocks had their form long time ago,it has become a landmark that signifies the southeast of Morocco. Todgha Gorges is the right place for climbers and adventure lovers, the vertically rocky walls offers a good display for climbers who want to test themselves.

    Merzouga is effectively the end of the road in Morocco’s south east corner and is of interest primarily for the Erg Chebbi dunes, the most accessible large (160 meters high) sand dunes in the country. The dunes are accessible on camel back from the town, around 90 minutes away maximum, and offer desert camps for a night to remember. The best time to go to Merzouga is during the spring season and autumn, in summer the weather in Merzouga is burning. However, Merzouga knows flocks of tourists and Moroccan visitors who come for be buried in the hot sand of Sahara as a therapy. Besides, the desert of Merzouga has unpaved trails useful for cart and quad riders, as well as the high dunes offers a perfect place to enjoy sandboarding activities.

    Cedar Forests
    The cedar Forest in Morocco is a woodland area in the Middle Atlas Mountain Range. Home of the tallest and the oldest cedar tree in Africa, which unfortunately died since 2002, named as Gouraud Cedar, It has giving this name after the French general Henri Gouraud. This forest is located on National Route 8 between Azrou and Ifrane. The area where the cedar forest is has such a fresh air and good weather, an amazing place to go and trek, all you can see is hills covered by the cedar trees, and animals like the Barbarian Apes and wild boars. There is nothing relaxing more than trekking a calm forest, birds sang and stunning view of elevated cedar trees like skyscrapers.


    When I saw the dunes I remained speechless. Literarly. Fantastic people make you feel like at home, a must-do trip to the gold dunes for over night in a real nomadic tent with a real berber delicious supper and at last for the most stunning, a breath taking sunrise seen from the Biggest of all dunes. Go some 5 km further from Hassilabied to see Gnawa people who perform some traditional dance. Try to destinguish which one is the best among all the berber whiskey (green tea with mint and a looooot of sugar) you are offered anyway you go. Reliable, gentle people;clean cozy rooms and the most superb cuisine (oh how I miss their tajine!!!). I'll be back there for sure

    Chiu Kei T

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    Fully Recommended!


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