Fes to Marrakech 4 Days 3 Nights Desert Tour Itinerary is a great way to experience the beautiful scenery of the South part of Morocco's kingdom, crossing the Middle Atlas Mountains , see the cedar forests and monkeys (Barbay apes), enjoying the Ziz gorge and Valley, camel trek in Erg Chebbi dunes with a local desert guide (camel man) to watch the sunset and sunrise in the next morning, dine under the stars and listen to drums music and spending a night in a nomad tented camp. You will see also Todra gorges, Valley of roses, Visit the kasbah of Ait benhaddou, and cross the high Atlas mountains to reach Marrakech. While we have planned the following trips according to our favorite travel spots and added some adventure, we are happy to accommodate your tastes and schedule should you like to modify an itinerary.
After a light breakfast, you will have the option to hike for an hour within the valley, where you will meet local Berber families and learn about their cultures and geography or simply relax by the pool in the hotel. Then you will leave towards merzouga via the small town of Erfoud to learn about the local fossils, and Errissani to visit an inhabited Ksar (Berber village) and to taste the medfouna for lunch, a delicious local Berber pizza, it’s a lively town with a frequent market days. In the afternoon, your private driver will take you into the Sahara desert, There, you can wash up at the hotel and after some rest, you will mount your camels for a beautiful trek to your desert camp, enjoying Berber music and dinner (cooked by your camel man guide) under the stars and spend the night in nomadic tent.
In the morning of the final day of your tour, you will leave towards Marrakech through the Rose Valley of Kelaa M’Gouna witch is known for its rose agriculture and distillation. Today is also the day of thousand Kasbahs where you will explore a few on your own or with a guide. Once in Ourzazate, you will have the option of Visit the Kasbah of Taourirt, former property of the ruling Glaoui tribe before Morocco took independence from the French in 1956, or Africa’s Hollywood, where Gladiator, Star Wars, and Game of Thrones has been filmed, and visiting the famous Kasbah of Ait Benhaddo, who is considered to be one of the best preserved Kasbah village in Morocco which is now classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, after lunch drive through the spectacular Tizi n’ Tichka Pass before descending past charming mountains and Berber villages towards Marrakech .drop off in Marrakech in the afternoon.