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10 Day Tour in Morocco from Fes

(3 Reviews)
  • 3 Days / 2 Nights
  • 1+ People
  • Breakfasts & Dinners Included
  • Comfortable Vehicle
  • 1000 Km
  • Pickup & Drop Off Included

Tour Details: 10 Days Morocco Desert Tour From Fes

Cross Morocco along the way and experience life outside the bustling cities on this 10-Day tour from Fes. Enjoy the stunning views of the Atlas Mountains and travel through the fertile Ziz Oasis, Todra, and Dades gorges. Ride a camel through the desertic dunes and stay overnight at a nomadic tent in the heart of the desert under the stars.

Discover Berber villages along the thousand Kasbah road and explore the fortified castle of Ait Ben Haddou before passing Tizi n’Tichka pass the gate to Marrakech city

Departure & Return Location

From Marrakech to Fes

Departure Time

Depart from Marrakech at 8 am

Price Includes

  • Comfortable Car
  • 1 Night in Luxury Desert Camp & 8 Nights in Hotel
  • Camel Ride in Sahara Desert
  • Breakfasts & Some Dinners
  • Fuel

Price Excludes

  • Monument Fees
  • Lunches
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Tips to Drivers & Guides
Highlights of 10-Day Tour from Fes to Imperial Cities
  • Visit the Archeological Site of Volubilis
  • Visit the Hassan 2 Mosque in Casablanca
  • 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
Travel Itinerary of the 10 Days Desert Tour from Fes

Day 1 Arrival to Fes » Transfert to the Hotel/Riad

Your driver will meet you at the airport at your specified time and transport you to your accommodation. Overnight in a Riad/ Hotel.

Day 2Explore Fes with a local guide

After having a delectable breakfast at the riad, we began our 10-day tour from Fes in the new part of the city, where we approached the royal palace, the Jewish Quarter (Mellah).

Then we’ll go to a viewpoint where we can see all the medina from the south tower and the few mosques. We’ll navigate the Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, by foot.

The bustle of people will transport you back centuries in its labyrinthine streets, structured by guilds of potters, dyers, etc. You will notice that it is a medieval town and that time has stopped the clock. Dinner and overnight in a riad.

Day 3Fes » Volubilis » Moulay Idriss » Meknes » Rabat [207 km]

After breakfast, A UNESCO World Heritage Site is the first destination On the third day of the trip, we will travel to Volubilis, the land of the Roman ruins, which are the largest preservation of Roman influences in North Africa. Volubilis retains detailed, spectacular mosaics in spite of the disastrous earthquake of 1755.

The Roman town preserved its beauty despite damage and disasters. However, Meknes is our next station; it is the city that was the major origin of the Roman Empire. In addition, it was known as Miknasa because of the 10th Berber settlement. After that, it became one of the imperial cities.

In a magical journey, we will delve into the ancient, authentic part of old Meknes. It is an exciting tale about history, the past, glory, and magic. After that, we are going to move to Morocco’s current capital, Rabat. In Rabat, we are going to visit a series of landmarks, such as Hassan Tower, Mohammed V Mausoleum, and the Kasbah of Oudaias.

Day 4 Rabat » Casablanca » Marrakech [323 km]

Today in the morning, we will continue our journey by visiting the Hassan II Mosque, which is the largest mosque in Morocco, the second-largest in Africa, and the 5th largest in the world. With its interior and exterior decorations, the mosque represents the craftsmanship of Moroccan craftsmen and the aesthetics of Islamic architecture.

As we finish exploring the mosque, we will go in the early afternoon to Marrakech. As the train approaches Marrakech, we are getting—by ourselves—closer to discovering other aspects of Moroccan culture. Once we reach them, we will directly stretch our legs by exploring Jemaa el Fna, which is a square and marketplace in Marrakesh’s old medina.

The origin of its name is unclear, for some narrations claim that Jemaa el Fna is the place where Sultans used to execute their enemies, while other narrations suggest that the name of the place can literally mean “The Mosque at the End of the World,”  a name that has a religious connotation. Nowadays, the place attracts many Moroccans and tourists because it offers entertainment and gathers different facades of Moroccan cultures.

Day 5Day To Explore Marrakech with Local guide

We will have a special guided tour of the city with an official guide from Marrakech. First, you will explore the beauty of Marrakech by visiting the famous Koutoubia Mosque and the old Medina with its charming traditional souks.

Also, we will be part of the Ali Ben Youssef Koranic School before visiting a number of places that characterize the city of Marrakech, such as the Saadian, the Bahia Palace, and Majorelle Gardens. At night, we will head back to a Riad in the old Medina to have dinner and some rest.

Day 6Marrakech » Ait Ben Haddou » Ouarzazate » Dades Valley [325 km]

We will leave the red city of Marrakech for the High Atlas Mountains, which we will cross at 2260 meters of altitude over the Tizi n´Tichka pass.

On the way down the other side, passing quite a lot of traditional Berber villages that line the riversides, we will take one of the side roads that lead to a hidden treasure; Kasbah Telouet. This building may not look much more than a ruin until you see the incredible internal rooms, This was one of the residences of the governor, or “Pacha” of Marrakech, and has very beautiful and intricate work in its tiles, plaster, and cedarwood.

We continue our 10-Day tour from Fes along the valley to another Kasbah, this one is better known as a film set location and has been on the world heritage list for UNESCO since 1987. Ait Benhaddou is a fortified ksar on the banks of a river, this is also on the original trade route to the Sahara and Timbuktu with salt-laden camels.

After lunch in a nearby restaurant, we will drive to Ouarzazate and on to the magnificent palm grove of Skoura with its hidden kasbahs. You will also enjoy the drive along the Valley of Roses on the way to Dades, where we will spend the night. 

Day 7Dades » Todra Gorges » Er rissani » Merzouga Desert [269 km]

After breakfast, we’ll drive through Dades Valley to see the amazing rock formations and take a break in one of the nice spots of the gorges, Leaving the Dades Valley, towards Tinrghir and the Todra Valley we will see the panoramic views of the old mud Berber villages, with its palm groves overlooking the valley,.

Arriving at the Todgha Gorge, you’ll walk under a high red cliff raised up to 300 m at its narrowest point. Continuing on to Erfoud and Rissani, once called Sijilmassa (the foundation of the Alaouit dynasty, the current ruling family), lunch will be on the way.

Afterward, we’ll leave for Merzouga on our arrival, you will be very welcomed with a warm cup of tea before having your night in a hotel/riad.

Day 8Merzouga Tour: Berber Nomad Families & Black Desert [45 km]

Today, we’ll start exploring the Merzouga desert area, We will begin by visiting the seasonal lake of Merzouga (Lake Sirji) toward the village of dark-skinned people (Khamlia), originally from Mali, to enjoy their music and the way they live.

After that, we will drive to Meffes Mines to explore how they work over there before getting behind the dunes in a full desert with charming views, where we will sit for a cup of tea with the Berber bedouins (living in tents). You will be introduced to family members and get to know about their way of life.

Before returning to the hotel, after getting ready, your local guides will teach you how to mount and dismount and other handy camel-related safety tips. Then, you begin exploring the mysterious sand sea of the Erg-Chebbi for 1h–1h:30m. Overnight in a Berber tent. 

Day 9Merzouga » Erfoud » Ziz Valley » Azrou » Ifrane » Fes [467 km]

After coming back with the camels from the desert and taking a shower, we´ll leave for Rissani, the first imperial city of Morocco.

Then we´ll pass through Erfoud, a village related to the fossils, passing through the Ziz Valley with its panoramic views of palm groves and gorges, and Tizi-n-Talghomt port. We´ll arrive at Midelt, for lunch.

We´ll leave by highway to the cedar forest, obligated to stop to see the monkeys in freedom. Then we pass by Ifrane (called the Moroccan Swiss) and arrive in Fez, the cultural capital of Morocco. Dinner and overnight at the hotel. 

Day 10Fes » Transfer to Airport

On the last day of your tour in Morocco, you will have breakfast at the Riad. You will have a free morning to walk in the medina of Fes. Following, we will transfer you to the airport of Fes. at the end of our 10-day tour of Fes to Imperial cities and Merzouga Sahara. 

Additional info about the 10-Day Tour from Fes to Marrakech
  • 1. At the accommodations, you will be staying in a private room of your preferred type
  • 2. At the desert camp, you will be staying in a private tent of your favorite type
  • 3. A vegetarian option is available, please advise at the time of booking if required.
  • 4. Kids must be accompanied by an adult.
  • 5. Comfortable shoes for walking and sandboarding; sports sneakers, for example. Long sleeves and long pants or skirts are appropriate for the camel trek.
  • 6. Quad bikes & buggies in the dunes can be included as an extra.
  • 7. Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • 8. Your booking confirmation will be received at the time of booking.
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FAQ of the 10-Day Tour from Fes to Imperial cities and Merzouga

Are meals included in the 10 day tour package from Fes?

Our 10 day trip to Morocco from Fes includes breakfasts and dinners. It does not include lunches.

Is it necessary to book the trip to Morocco in advance?

It’s recommended to book in advance, especially during peak seasons, to secure your spot and ensure a smoother travel experience

 What should I pack for the 10 day tour from Fes?

Pack comfortable clothing, a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, a camera, and a light jacket for cooler evenings. Don’t forget essentials like your passport and any necessary medications.

Is the camel ride suitable for everyone?

Yes, a camel ride is generally suitable for most people. However, if you have health concerns, it’s advisable to consult with your guide beforehand.

3 Reviews
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Jack P

Family Traveller

Really good trip the guides for the camels were really friendly and good and the quad biking was also good but they stop halfway round to try and sell you pictures but overall a really good experience

June 10, 2024

Anthony C

Couple Traveller

Fabulous experience! Muhammad took us on our ride and stopped to take several photographs of us and a video . Then after we had a mint tea . Highly recommend this experience with very friendly staff .

May 12, 2024

Andrew S

Family Traveller

What an amazing experience. We were picked up at our arranged time and taken to the park just outside the city. We were given a thousand welcomes and commenced our tour. The guide was excellent and made us laugh for the whole duration of the experience. He took some excellent photos of us and passed on some local knowledge as well! We finished off the tour with some lovely mint tea and had a great chat with our new friends.

November 22, 2023
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