2 Days Travel from Fes to Merzouga Sahara
2 Days travel from Fes to Merzouga on morocco, we are thorough in atlas mountain with a pass in collocation the valley in a way to Merzouga Sahara desert.
-The old historical city of fes.
-Cross high & middle atlas mountains.
-Experience Camel trek.
2 Days Travel from Fes to Merzouga :
- Duration: 2 days / 1 nights
- Departure time: 7/8 am
- Starting point: Your hotel or raid/ Airport / Harbor in fes
- Ending point: Your hotel or raid / Airport / Harbor in fes
Day 01 : Fes – Midelt – Erfoud – Merzouga Desert
In the early morning, our driver will pick you up from your hotel/riad in Fes and cross the Atlas mountains, to reach Cedar forest (Azrou). Then we drive to Midelt, famous for its minerals and apples. We’ll explore Todra Gorges, and we walk in a narrow canyon, famous for hikers. We continue passing by Ziz valley to reach the city of Erfoud, famous for its fossil products. Then we drive to Rissani to visit the local souk and later today we reach Merzouga desert. We prepare for a camel ride in the Sahara desert, guided by an experienced camel guide. We will watch the desert sunset in Merzouga. Once we reach the desert camp we will enjoy Berber dinner, and drums music at the campfire in Merzouga. We will sleep in traditional nomadic tents.
Day 02 : Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Fes
Our private 2 days travel continues we’ll ride camels back from Merzouga desert camp to the village. After having breakfast we’ll drive towards Rissani, Erfoud, and Errachidia. We will visit the city of Midelt, famous for its mineral products and apples. We’ll continue to Azrou, visit the cedar forest, then we’ll drive to Fes which will be our ending point.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off where you want
- Private English Speaking driver
- Air-conditioned Vehicle (4×4 , minivan …)
- dromedary per person
- overnight in a desert camp
- Entrance to monuments
2 Days Travel from Fes to Merzouga Sahara, we will through atlas mounties and ait ben haddou to Merzouga Sahara desert, we take experience ride camel to camp in erg Chebbi.
The official languages of Morocco are Arabic, Berber, English, and Spanish. You will also speak French often in Morocco.
The best time to visit Morocco is either in the spring or from March to May or in the fall between September to October. Other months can also be pleasant if you prefer it to be hot and sunny or don’t mind the cold.
There is a public transit system in Morocco that uses 4×4, … Small private and group tours will typically use large vans, and Medium to large motor coaches are used for larger travel group holidays.
Morocco is a great vacation for the family and friends with plenty of all ages to enjoy travel of morocco. Take a ride in Marrakech, explore the Ourika Valley, ait ben Haddou,… ride a camel in the Sahara Desert in Merzouga or Zagora, explore the colorful medina in Fez, and best travel from Casablanca, with tangier, as more.
Even if some touristy merchants will accept Euro instead of the local money, it will be difficult for you to use only Euros or Dollars, Restaurants, Taxis and most shops accept only the local currency the Moroccan Dirham (MAD).
In a word, delícious. Servings of mixed flora are indefectible new, succulent vegetables presented with light vinaigrette as an afterthought. Harira is the Moroccan word for a thick vegetable haze. An especially heavenly bone contains a chuck dumpling. Principle courses are generally one of the accompanyings barbecued meat on sticks regularly presented with French feasts; couscous, either vegan or meat with vegetables; and Tagine, the Moroccan stew, typically meat, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, and flavors. Moroccan culinarians use a mélange of flavors, for illustration, cumin, turmeric, paprika, saffron, and pepper for unobtrusively enhanced food.
In the Sahara, you can discover Berber pizza. This is a twofold caked pie loaded up with meat, hard-bubbled eggs, almonds, and flavors. In some cases rather fiery, Berber pizza is stylish eaten with glass after glass of hot, sweet, mint tea. Each seaport has lately gotten fish arranged by the gillers on or close to the docks. Try not to miss this treat! The new organic product is served for cate; Pomegranates melons, bananas, apples, oranges, and dates all delivered in Morocco and all overflowing with flavor. One progressing advantage of the French occupation is the new loaves accessible nearly each over the place. Ignited goods both French and Moroccan are accessible in the multitudinous confection shops of 4 days stint from Marrakesh to Fes via Merzouga desert.