Tour overview:

The best 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech

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An itinerary for 4 days tour from Fes, Morocco’s cultural capital, to Marrakech, a popular tourist destination. You’ll take a camel ride and camp in the Merzouga desert. Then you’ll spend the night in Ouarzazate , and we’ll go to the kasbah of Ait Benhaddou.

Tour highlights

    • ⇒ Ifrane and Cedar forest

    • ⇒ Erfoud, the city of fossils

    • ⇒ Camel rides across the desert

    • ⇒ Overnight stay in a desert camp

Tour itinerary

Day 1: Fes-Ifrane-Azrou-Erfoud-Merzouga.

We will pick you up from your hotel in Fes to begin our 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech. Then we’ll travel via Imouzar, where we can have breakfast. Our first stop will be to the Atlas Lion Statue in Ifrane, which was sculpted by a German prisoner in exchange for his release from the French. After that, we’ll pay a visit to the monkeys in Azrou’s Cedar Tree Forest, where they’re one of the last remaining creatures.

After that, we’ll go across the Middle Atlas Mountains and into Midelt, the apple capital of the world. We may have our lunch and relax there. After there, we’ll travel again, this time across the Tizi Ntlghomt high atlas mountains, to the Errachidia dam. That is, the lake in which the government stores water for the Sahara.

After that, we’ll stop at Ait Chaker’s panoramic vista, a valley filled with thousands of dates palm trees. We’ll go to Erfoud, which is known for its international dates festival. It’s also a well-known city for its fossils. As a result, we’ll go to one of the museums and the dates souk.

We will eventually arrive in the Merzouga Erg Chebbi sand dunes. Before taking you to a hotel in the city center, we will stop for an overview.

Day 2: Merzouga desert tour.

A complete visit to Merzouga is included in our 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech. When you are ready, our driver will arrive at your hotel and take you on an expedition to completely discover the Sahara. As a result, he will transport you to Khamlia, where the Gnaoua people will perform traditional African music. After that, we’ll take you to the Mifis Mine, where they used to mine mascara and salt. Then we’ll take you to meet the nomads, who live in tents. We’ll show how they live in tents and where they store their herd, among other things. Later, we’ll see Hassi Labied’s oasis and Merzouga’s agricultural.

Finally, we’ll transport you on camels over the Erg Chebbi sand dunes, where you’ll get a taste of nomadic life at our Berber luxury camp, the pinnacle of our 4-day trip from Fes to Marrakech. After supper, our Berbers will play drums there. Then, since it is safe, you may hike up the dunes for a glimpse of the stars.

Day 3: Merzouga-Rissani-Todgha Gorges- Dades Gorges.

You will return to Merzouga by camel in the morning. Then our driver will take you to Rissani, the Alaouite dynasty’s first capital. We’ll next travel to the wells where Berbers utilized an ancient irrigation system to irrigate their oasis. After that, we’ll stop at the Todgha gorges, which are 300 meters high and have a river running through them.

We’ll take the road to Dades. There, we’ll see the monkey toes mountains, as well as the Tissdrine, bends. They’re also the highlight of our four-day trip from Fes to Marrakech. There will be a motel there for the night.

Day 4: Dades-rose valley- Ouarzazate- Ait Benhaddou- Marrakech.

On the fourth and last day of our 4 days tour from Fes to Marrakech. We’ll go to several historical sites. To begin, we will go to the Kalaat Mgouna rose cooperative, where the Moroccan queen of rose followers is chosen. Then we’ll travel to Ouarzazate, where we’ll stop to see one of the Atlas studios where movie portions were created. Take, for example, Lawrence of Arabia and Gladiator. The city is also known for having Africa’s largest solar power plant.

Ait Benhaddou, the Berber castle established by the Glaoui family, will be our next site. There, we will go trekking for about an hour and show you where they shot parts of the movie Gladiator and other well-known films.

After that, we’ll go to Marrakech through the High Atlas Mountains, stopping at the highest point of 2260 meters. We’ll also make a pit stop at an argan oil cooperative. Finally, we’ll drop you off at your Marrakech hotel, bringing our 4-day vacation from Fes to Marrakech to a close.

Services included in Fes Desert Tours 4 day to Marrakech:


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

    • → Driver/Guide

    • → Fuel

    • → Hotel overnight stays (breakfast & dinner included)

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

    • → Camel ride


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  • ⊗ Lunchs

  • ⊗ Drinks

  • ⊗ Tips

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    Things to see in Morocco

    Ait Ben Haddou
    Ait Ben Haddou palace with its unique and attractive architecture has been a natural décor that has attracted international directors to shoot films and series, the most famous of which is “Clash of Thrones”, but many fans of these works do not realize this and do not know that this studio already exists.Ouarzazate (Morocco) – The historic Ait Ben Haddou Palace in the South-East Morocco with its buildings erected in what looks like a fortified castle, to the natural décor of the filming of many international films and series, perhaps the most famous of which is the famous series “Game of Thrones”, after maintaining its architectural authenticity on the heights overlooking the valleys.Although many of the houses of The Ait Bin Haddou Palace in Ouarzazate province have been transformed into shops showcasing traditional industry products, it has preserved its unique and attractive architecture to embrace the depiction of historically or legendary works such as Lawrence of Arabia.
    Cedar forests
    The vast forest in this vast forest, whose visitors are constantly in the winter and summer settling the monkey of Morocco or the endangered Atlas monkey, approach the visitors cautiously, takes from them what fills his hunger inthe unconcerned phones aimed at him to take pictures with him for the memory established in 2004 and with an area of 125,000 hectares, the park is rich in 48,000 hectares of Atlas rice trees, making it the largest area of the world.These trees are clustered in the Mediterranean Sea, accounting for a quarter of the world’s area of Atlas rice and one third of the national area of this type.

    The mountain cedar forests of Ifrane remain areas tourists’ favorites, especially in winter;it’s beautiful, enchanting and elegant for nature lovers.The perennial Gouraud cedar tree, despite the diseases that snort from the inside, continues to raise high towards the sky and its roots are clinging to the ground, in a scene in which it seems to tell the surrounding bushes as well as visitors’ memories of the glory of the past and a long history.The effects of those who passed by and those who had left in turn remained a witness to an era in which man and nature lived in harmony and harmony.
    The city of Ouarzazate is known as the door of the desert and is characterized by its picturesque nature it is surrounded by the Atlas Mountains and oases filled with palm trees and although it is a small city for Tangier and Marrakech it is the largest city in the Moroccan desert and has gained international fame due to the filming of international films. The word ouarzazate is originally an Amazigh word in the sense of noise and it is calledIt also has the name Bab desert and Hollywood Africa and the city is historically famous for having an important strategic location due to its commercial place between the South and the North as it is a site to meet different cultures.The Tawrirt Kasbah is located in the middle of Ouarzazate and occupies an important strategic position in the middle of a junction caravan roads, created in the 17th century A.D., and “Hamadi Al-Kalawi” expanded and built the kasbah of clay and building and has wonderful geometric designs.The  AmridilKasbah dates back to the 17th century AD and is one of the special places where filming is filmed.It is one of the most important villages in the city and is a small village characterized by beautiful landscapes and we advise you to visit it if you visit the city to enjoy taking souvenirs amid the landscape and to get to know the villagers and buy souvenirs from them.  The FintOasis, the city of Ouarzazate is famous for its many oases and is considered the oasis of Al Fant it is one of the most important oases and tourists from everywhere go to enjoy its nature and learn about the simple aspects of life in it.


    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

    Amazing Experience!…MOHA is a True Guide and Better Human Being…He Makes Really The Difference to Enjoy a Remarkable Experience!

    Fully Recommended!


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