3 DAYS To the DESERT Trip



1st Day: Marrakech to Dades

The trip from Marrakech to Fes has just started. The first point is transferrig you from your presidency at 07h30 am. The second event is get to the castle of AiT Ben Hadou using the pass of Tishka. A number of optional and necessary of stops are made on the way to the castle. Ait Ben Haddou is fisrstly visited, a UNESCO world heritage site. The next point is Ouarzazate. Later on, the visit entails the castle of Taourirte prior to having lunch. The driving lasts to check in Boumalne Dades through the rose’s valley. Overnight and dinner are served in Dades Valley presidency.

2nd Day: Dades to Merzouga

The program of today starts with the road of one thousand and one Kasbahs/castles until Tinghir. Upon checking in Tinghir the visit chooses a road-off to the oasis. Here, nature and green space collides with mountainous area. People are looking after their cattle without a lot of expenses. It grants fabulous scenes to the area and on the visitors. Lunch is waited on at a café. Later on, the destination is the town of Merzouga. In this town, you relish a camel-riding along with Erg Chebbi dunes. This is to see a fantastic sunset, prior to returning back to the camp. Overnight and dinner are served there.

3rd Day: Merzouga to Fes

Today’s program is the following.  The destination is Fez. We drive through Errachidia/Imtghrn to get Midelt. Here, lunch is served. Among the most fabulous scenery are the forests and Berber countryside of Imouzzar and the city of Ifran. Fes is reached this afternoon. We forget not to say good bye after the arrival in Fez.

Included Elements:

  • Transportation using 4×4 vehicles with A/C.
  •  Driver /Guide available every day of the trip and Vehicle fuels.
  •  Accommodation on half board (dinner and breakfast) in hotels or Riads.
  •  Camel ride through the desert and sleep in tent, or
  •  Tent in an Oasis with the Berbers

Not Included:

  • . Airline tickets.
  •  Noon meals. (Possibility of picnic or restaurants)
  •  Drinks at meals.
  •  Entrance fees.
  •  Tips and personal expenses