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Tour through Fez, Merzouga desert and Marrakech

AVAILABILITY: Trips from Casablanca are available throughout the year. Contact us in advance for the best available prices.

CUSTOMIZE: It is possible to customize our Tours in Morocco depending on your budget and travel plans.

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Upon arrival at the airport, we will greet you and drive to Casablanca and then to Rabat. In Casablanca you will see the Hassan II Mosque, the largest outside of Mecca and experience the coastal Cornish coastline. Next, we will go to Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Next, you will see the Hassan Tower, the Kasbah Oudaya. Travel through Volubilis in Meknes, another significant imperial city in Morocco. Known as the Ismaili capital of Morocco, you will also visit the famous Bab Mansour gate, the Sahrij Souani Bassin and Mulay Ismail Mausoleum. After lunch, the journey continues to Volubilis, the Roman ruins. Arrive in Fes at the end of the afternoon. Dinner and accommodation in the riad.


Explore the architecture, culture, and heritage of one of Morocco's most vibrant cities on this full-day private tour of Fez. Follow your personal guide through the narrow streets and bustling souks of the UNESCO-listed Old Town of Fez. Observe the work of traditional Moroccan potters in their kilns and take in panoramic views of the city from the Borj Sud. Discover the Zaouia Moulay Idriss II, a shrine dedicated to the 9th-century ruler Moulay Idriss II. Soak up the atmosphere at the souk el-Attarine and admire the traditional pottery and brassware at the Dar Batha museum.


We head south to cross the Middle Atlas Mountains until we reach Ifrane, also called "the little Moroccan Switzerland" because of its great resemblance to that country. One of the animals that used to live here was the Atlas lion. Lunch in Midélt and from here the land becomes arid and full of spectacular geological formations and deep green valleys, such as the Ziz Valley. After an hour after Erfoud we arrive at the impressive Dunes of Merzouga and after the Hospitality Tea, we will leave the bags in the rooms and go up to the first dunes that are next to the hotel and take the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful sunset. In the afternoon, mount your camel, guided by our experienced guide to explore the sand of the golden sea of ​​Merzouga, return for dinner in front of the tent, where you will spend the night. The camp is equipped with toilets.


Early today in the morning we will watch the sunrise from the high dune and continue camel trek to our hotel in Merzouga. After breakfast and shower we continue our private tour of Morocco towards Rissani and Erfoud where we can visit the fossil marble factory and shops. We then pass through Tinjdad, Tinghir and our next destination will be Todra Gorge. It is a paradise for climbers and you will have free time to discover it for yourself. In the afternoon we continue to the Dades Gorge Valley where we will have dinner and spend the night in a local riad / hotel.


Leaving the Dades Gorges valley after breakfast, drive to Ouarzazate, Moroccan Hollywood, a backdrop of many famous movies, we will visit the cinematographic museum, then UNESCO protected sites of Ait Benhaddou, the most impressive kasbah and well preserved fortress in Morocco. Many movies were filmed here, such as gladiator. Then we leave Ait Benhaddou and start heading towards the majestic Mount Atlas. We will cross the High Atlas through the highest mountain road in Morocco, Tizi n'Tichka pass, 2260m altitude, offers stunning views of valleys, mountains and many of the nearby Berber villages. We will arrive in Marrakesh.


Hotel transfers and private trips in a comfortable vehicle

Dinners and breakfasts according to itinerary

Experienced local driver

Camel ride Erg Chebbi desert

Accommodation in hotels, camping

Plane tickets

lunches and drinks

Tickets to attractions, museums