Fez Merzouga Marrakech 4 days Tour via Cedar forest on Middle Atlas Mountain, Tafilalet oases, villages and desert dunes of Merzouga (camel ride includes), Todra canyon, Dades valley, kasbahs, and High Atlas Mountains.

Fez Merzouga Marrakech 4 days tour

1st day :

picking you up from riad, airport or any other places in Fez to Ifran, cross the biggest cedar forest on middle Atlas Mountains where you can see Barbary apes, continue to Tafilalet oases of Palm trees (about 50 km long), continue to Erfoud fossils if you are interested, and arrive to your hotel in Merzouga.

2nd day :

Driving along dunes and villages of Merzouga via Khamliya village in which to see to what extent its people are culturally different from the rest of people in the area. Then driving back to the hotel for having some rest with tea as well as getting ready for the next enjoyment of the camel ride on dunes to Berber tents; This starts before sunset. Overnight in camp.

3rd day :

Being back by the camels during the sunrise to the hotel where you will have the shower as well as the breakfast, then we driving to Todra green valley, and we visit Todra canyon. We continue to Dades valley in which there is your hotel.

4th day :

departing from Dades valley at 8:30 to the valley of roses, visit Amridil kasbah (more beautiful), see the 17 century Kasbah of Taourirt in the center of Ourzazate, and visit The film making studio (if you are interested) where some international films took place like “Gladiator”, “Lawrence of Arabia, etc. Next, we stop to see UNSCO world heritage building of Ait Ben Haddou whose history steps back to camel caravans traders in Middle Ages and then we cross the high Atlas Mountains at an altitude of 2260 m to Marrakech.

 

What is included in your private tour:

  • Private transportation, mostly by AC and comfortable 4×4 vehicle.
  • hotels and one night camp amongst dunes
  • points of interest
  • speaking and experienced driver
  • Breakfasts and dinners

What is not included in your private tour:

  • Lunches, drinks, admission fees, travel insurance, and tips

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