8 Days Grand Travel from Fes to Imperial Cities
8 Days Grand Travel from Fes to Imperial Cities of Morocco, full of adventure, includes guided tours around the famous imperial cities, the Atlas mountains, and the Sahara desert of Merzouga, and spend a night in camp on Erg Chebbi with experience came to ride Sahara desert.
- Explore all the imperial cities of Morocco ( Marrakech, Fes …)
- Visit the blue city of Chefchaouen
- Spend a night in a camp in the Sahara desert
- Camel riding experience
- The fabulous Todgha gorges
- Dades valley
- UNESCO site of Ait Ben Haddou
Day 01: Fes Sightseeing Tour
Visit the oldest imperial capital Fez with a local guide: the ancient city “Fes El Bali” and its souks, the Karaouine mosque, and the Medersa Attarine. You can also admire the fountain in the square Nejjarine. Visit the new city “Fes El Jadid”, and visit the Royal Palace (outside) and the potters’ quarter. And stay the night at your Riad.
Day 02 : Fes – Ifrane – Midelt – Merzouga desert
Pick up from your hotel in Fes very earlier and depart for the south of Morocco. You will have a stop in Ifrane, known as the Switzerland of Morocco to enjoy its beauty and to have memorable photos. After that, you will head toward Azrou to see the monkies in the cedar forest. Continuing to Midelt for a lunch meal in a restaurant. In the afternoon, we will cross the pass of TIZI N TALGHAMT to reach Errachidia while admiring the views of Ziz gorges. Later on, you will have a stop for a panoramic view of Ziz valley. The drive continues to Erg Chebbi Dunes passing by Aoufous and Erfoud (the last is famous with fossils and dates) where you may want to visit a local fossil craft workshop. After that you will continue to the captivating dunes of Erg Chebbi, these dunes are called also Merzouga Dunes. Arrive at the hotel where you will spend the night. Dinner and breakfast in the hotel.
Day 03: Merzouga – Khamlia – Nomad Family – 4×4 Excursion
This morning after breakfast in the hotel. You will have a tour of the dunes on 4×4 allowing you to visit the black volcanic rocks of fossils, visit a nomad family living intent, visit khamlia village and entertainment of their spiritual music of Gnawa, and visit the lake Date Sarji that forms in springtime which attracts pink flamingos and wildlife. Then you will have a break for lunch in Merzouga or Hassi Labied. After lunch, you will see the canal irrigation system and have a walk on the oasis located at the foot of the dunes. Continue to your hotel for relaxing. Arrive at the hotel and get ready for a camel trek for an hour and a half to enjoy the sunset. While on the back of your dromedary, you will continue to the camp for an overnight in a traditional nomad tent. Dinner and spend the night in a bivouac in the middle of the dunes.
Day 04 : Merzouga – Todra gorges – Boulmane Dades
Wake up early morning to enjoy the sunrise on the top of the dune in the Sahara Desert then have your breakfast. After these beautiful moments, you will ride your camel back to the hotel where you can shower. We depart towards Tineghir passing by Erfoud and Tinejdad to have a break for lunch. In the afternoon, we will continue to Todra gorges via Tineghir. Stopping along the way for photos and admiring the views. Arrive at Todra Gorges to enjoy its marvelous Canyons views while hiking on foot. Later on, we drive to Boumalne du Dades and stop for a panoramic view of Dades valley. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 05 : Dades Gorges – Boutghrar – Kalaat M’Gouna – Ouarzazate
This morning after breakfast in the hotel, We depart to Ouarzazate via Boutghrar, Kalaa M’gouna, and Skoura. visit the Dades gorges with their beautiful rock formations. Later on, take the piste that leads to nomad families living in caves. Have a break to visit a nomad family and Sip a cup of tea in their shelter. Later on, we cross the piste and drive along the valley of roses to reach Kalaa M’gouna where you will enjoy your lunch. In the afternoon, we drive to skoura and visit the 17th-century Kasbah of Amridil. The journey ends in Ouarzazate. Dinner and overnight in a hotel.
Day 06 : Ouarzazate – Atlas Mountains – Marrakech
Today after breakfast in the hotel. You will have time to visit the kasbah of Taourirt and then another photo stop near the atlas film studios. After that, you will visit the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou and stop for lunch in a local restaurant in the village. In the afternoon we will drive to the kasbah of Telouet and stop for a visit then we continue to the red city of Marrakech over the mountains of high Atlas passing through the Tizi N’tichka pass (2260 m in altitude). Arrival in Marrakech and Drop off in your accommodation
Day 07 : Marrakech – Essaouira
Leave Marrakech at 08:00, ready for a 3-hour journey to the beautiful Essaouira on the Atlantic Coast. Once you arrive at the port city, formerly known as Mogador, you will have time to enjoy the charming sights of Essaouira, including its ocher-colored walls, the beautiful Moulay El Hassan square, and the souks, as well as the little streets of the city’s old Medina. Enjoy a lunch of fresh fish in a local restaurant. During your trip, visit an association of Berber women producing argan oil, see the local markets, and marvel at the gems in the jeweler’s quarter. You will return to Marrakech at the end of the afternoon, arriving back in the “Red City”.
Day 08: Marrakech Guided Tour
Discover the city of Marrakech in this enlightening full-day tour. Immerse yourself into the history, art, and culture of this magnificent walled pink city. Photograph the magnificent Koutoubia mosque with its great square tower and shining copper globes. Stroll along the bustling alleyways and see the mosques, traditional bakeries, old lodging houses, and fountains carved of wood. Visit the Madrassa ben Yousef as one of the largest theological colleges in North Africa. Walk through the alleys of the Medina and visit the most interesting handicrafts quarters, see an enchanting display of arts and crafts in the colorful souks before you relive the atmosphere of a glorious age in the exquisite rooms. End of your 8 days trip adventure.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off where you want
- Private English Speaking driver
- Air-conditioned Vehicle (4×4 , minivan …)
- Excursion Around Erg Chebbi by 4×4
- dromedary per person
- overnight in a desert camp
- Entrance to monuments
8 Days Grand Travel from Fes to Imperial Cities in Morocco Sahara desert, we will start tours from tangier a the pass for atlas mountain and collation of village in away via Merzouga, and we are explored Morocco Sahara desert, with visiting the top destination tours of Morocco like Marrakech, Fes… then you will take experience ride camel of Merzouga to camp (tent), you will spend a night in erg Chebbi, you will discover, 8 Days Grand Travel from Fes to Imperial Cities.
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.