5 days private trip from Fes to Merzouga desert

Moroco Fes

5 days private trip from Fes to Merzouga desert

About This Trip:

Five-day tour from Fez to Merzouga from the old imperial city of Morocco, through the mountains of the Middle Atlas via Ifrane Moroccan Switzerland,Azrou where we will explore the cedar forest, Midelt and Merzouga desert, round the dunes of the Erg Chebbi .Camel trekkin and overnight in the berber tent , Rissani markt . oasis of palms . we will explore also Dades gorges , Dades Valley or Asif N’dades in Berber , Roses valley , Ouarzazate and the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou , Tizi N tichks pass and the end will be in Marrakech.

Highlights :

  • Stop at Azrou cedar forest and see Barbary Apes
  • Panoramic aspects of Erg Chebbi dunes
  • Experience Camel ride in Merzouga Sahara
  • Watch Sunset over the sand dunes
  • Do Sand Boarding activity
  • Hearty dinner and party around campfire (Berber Drums)
  • Overnight Camping at Merzouga Desert Camp
  • Merzouga explore tour & a visit to a nomad family
  • Visit Atlas Studio & Taourirt Kasbah in Ouarzazate
  • Visit the UNESCO world heritage of Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah
  • Spectacular views of the Atlas Mountains landscapes



  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Well-maintained 4WD, van or bus for transportation including fuel
  • Official art historian guide
  • Professional driver
  • An experienced & multilingual driver/guide


  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Lunches

Tour Plan

Day 1 : Fes – Azrou – merzouga

We will begin our vacation in the southeast, passing through the Middle Atlas via Ifrane, Morocco’s “Switzerland,” and then on to Azrou, where we will visit the famed cedar forest, Morocco’s largest, to see and play with Barbary apes. . We keep heading south from here, passing through several cities and having the opportunity to see nomads living in tents on the road to Midelt for lunch.After lunch we will continue our voyage through the Atlas Mountains. You'll spend most of the day exploring beautiful forests, springs, jagged rock faces and Berber settlements all the way to Errachidia, the gateway to the desert, and finally Erfoud.

Day 2: Merzouga_Nomad family desert gnawa music

After breakfast in the riad. You’ll go to the Gnawa people, who were originally brought from Sudan as slaves, to learn about their culture and music. The Merzouga Lake, with its diverse bird population, is not far distant. In the afternoon, you will mount your camel and be taken by an experienced camel man through Merzouga’s sand-sea. Dinner will be served in the berber tent where you will spend the night. The camp is equipped with western bathrooms for your convenience.

Day 3: Mrzouga Erfoud Dades Gorges

Your camel guide will wake you up early in the morning to see what could be the spectacular sunrise of your life.You will get into the village of Merzouga after the morning. The beautiful sand dunes of the Erg Chebbi, that change with the light during the day, are not to be missed along the way.

We will visit the Markt in Rissani, a traditional village that was the origin of the reigning dynasty in Morocco and the meeting location of the Caravans trading as far as Timbuctou in Mali, after breakfast in your riad. The Todra gorges – Morocco’s tallest and narrowest gorges – are home to many hooded males and veiled women. After lunch in the restaurant,

Day 4: Dades Gorges Ouarzazate

After breakfast at the hotel, we head towards Kalaat Mgouna and Ouarzazate through the Dades Valley, or Asif N'dades to Tamazight (Berber).The path through the Dades valley is known as the Thousand Kasbah path, and it offers many opportunities to capture some of the best photos of your trip.

We’ll make a pit stop in Kalaat Mgouna, dubbed “the Rose City,” to buy rosewater, which will keep your linen smelling fresh long after your trip is ended. Continue to Ouarzazate via the Amridil Kasbah, home to many Glaoui people and one of the last Berber chieftains in the 18th century. Ouarzazate is where you will spend the night.

Day 5: Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou Atlas mountain Marrakech

Following an early breakfast in the riad, we set off on our journey to Ait Ben Haddou’s ksar (fortified settlement), where we will see the famed Kasbah (declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986). Gladiator, Obelix, The Mummy, The Jewel of the Nile, and Sahara with Penélope Cruz have all been filmed on this magnificent stage. Following our visit to the kasbah, we will travel to Marrakech over the Tizi Ntichka pass. This is our country’s highest point, at 2.260m. At the end of the afternoon, we’ll check into your riad within the Medina, taking in the lovely scenery from the overlooks along the way and stopping to photograph the berber settlements. Staying at a riad for the night this is the end of our 5 days tour from Fes to Merzouga

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