4 DAYS TOUR FROM FES TO MERZOUGA – MODA CAMP MERZOUGA

4 DAYS TOUR FROM FES TO MERZOUGA

Tour overview:


The best 5 days tour from Fes to Merzouga guided by locals

8 Day

+1 Travelers

4WD

Camel ride

The only difference between our 4 days tour and our 3 days tour from Fes is that you will spend one day exploring Merzouga. That is, you will pay a visit to the nomads and see their way of life. Then, by staying at our camp, you will be able to live the experience.

Tour highlights

    • ⇒ Ifrane and Azrou

    • ⇒ Camel riding in Mezouga

    • ⇒ Camping at Berber tents

    • ⇒ Merzouga discovery tour

Tour itinerary

Day 1: Fes- Ifrane- Azrou- Rich- Todgha gorges:

We’ll begin our 4 days tour from Fes to Merzouga by heading to the Todgha Gorges. There’s a lot to see and learn along the route. To begin, we will pay a visit to the lion monument in Ifrane, Morocco’s cleanest city. We’ll then travel through a cedar grove. There, we’ll stop to see the Barbary Macaque, one of the few remaining wild creatures in the Atlas.

We’ll drive via Midelt, the apple-growing city, where we may stop for lunch. After that, we’ll go to Todgha Gorges Canyons, which provide a stunning view of a valley through the rocks at a height of around 300 meters. Then, on the first day of our 4 Days Tour Itinerary From Fes, we’ll transport you to spend the night in a hotel there.

Day 2: Todgha-Tinjdad-Rissani-Merzouga:

We will continue  our 4 days tour itinerary from Fes to Merzouga, which is one of the most popular Morocco excursions. However, there are other sights to view along the road. To begin, we will visit historic wells where Berbers used an ancient irrigation system to nourish their oasis. Then we’ll go to Erfoud, which is known for its date fruits. As a result, we’ll take a stroll around the souk and sample them. After that, we’ll go to Rissani, the king’s birthplace. There, if we’re fortunate enough to be there on market day, we’ll visit the donkey and sheep park. We’ll also have lunch there, where the natives produce a delicious variety of bread known as Medfouna or pitta bread.

Later, we’ll travel to Merzouga, where we’ll take you to one of the local hotels to unwind.

Day 3: Merzouga- Khamlia- nomads-Camping:

Today is the nicest day of our 4 days tour Itinerary From Fes to Merzouga since we will see and encounter the nomads. To begin, our driver will arrive at your lodging in the morning in a 4×4 car. Then you’ll go to Khamlia, the town of Gnaoua, where they’ll entertain you with music. After that, we’ll drive to see the nomads, who live in tents and wander with their herd from one location to the next. After that, we’ll go to the Mifis Mine, which is one of Morocco’s mascara and salt mines. However, it is no longer operational; it is a relic of the past.

We’ll return to Merzouga, where you’ll prepare to ride camels that will be waiting for you near the sand dunes. Then, on Erg Chebbi, our camel men will take you on a camel trip to our Berber tent. Our Berbers will perform drams for you as well as ignite fire. Then you may take a hike up the dune to observe the stars.

Day 4: Merzouga- Erfoud- Errachidia- Ifrane- Fes:

This will be the last day of our 4 days tour from Fes to Merzouga. As a result, we’ll camel trek you back to Merzouga over the dunes. Then we’ll travel through Erfoud again, stopping at one of the fossil museums. We’ll next go via Ziz Valley, where Erfoud obtains his date harvest. We’ll come to a halt there for a panoramic view of Ait Chakir. We’ll travel across the high and middle Atlas mountains again later. We’ll arrive in Fes eventually, drive you to your hotel, and that’ll be the end of our journey.

Services included in price:

 

Includes

    • → Tour in 4x4 vehicle or minibus with A/C

    • → Driver/Guide

    • → Fuel

    • → 1 night in a desert camp (breakfast & dinner included)

    • → Camel ride

Excludes

    • ⊗ Beverages

    • ⊗ Lunchs

    • ⊗ Drinks

    • ⊗ Tips

Testimonials

When I saw the dunes I remained speechless. Literarly. Fantastic people make you feel like at home, a must-do trip to the gold dunes for over night in a real nomadic tent with a real berber delicious supper and at last for the most stunning, a breath taking sunrise seen from the Biggest of all dunes. Go some 5 km further from Hassilabied to see Gnawa people who perform some traditional dance. Try to destinguish which one is the best among all the berber whiskey (green tea with mint and a looooot of sugar) you are offered anyway you go. Reliable, gentle people;clean cozy rooms and the most superb cuisine (oh how I miss their tajine!!!). I'll be back there for sure

Chiu Kei T

Amazing Experience!…MOHA is a True Guide and Better Human Being…He Makes Really The Difference to Enjoy a Remarkable Experience!

Fully Recommended!
Cheers

Xabi

Read more reviews

error: All rights reserved !!
WhatsApp WhatsApp us