6 days tour via desert, fes and casablanca from Marrakech

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About this tour

Fes Casablanca 6 Days Tour Morocco has seen a long history of: Berbers, Roman invasions, Islamic conquests and European colonization, all of which have left their mark on the food, architecture and traditions. Explore the medieval alleys of Fez, the Cyclopean mosque of Casablanca.

The whims of Marrakech, the Unesco casbahs in Ouarzazate, the palm oases and an unforgettable night in the desert under the stars, camel ride; the smell of orange blossom and the kaleidoscope of carpets, scarves and leather in the tanneries. The Atlas Mountains, dotted with tiny villages and the great dunes of the Sahara Desert.


  • Visit the main highlights of Fes and Casablanca
  • Explore the spiritual capital of Morocco; Fes: Najjarine fountains and museum, Quaraouyine university, tanneries, medrassa bouanania,...
  • Visit the largest Hassan II mosque in Casablanca
  • Explore the labyrinthine souks/markets in the old medina of Fes and enjoy the colors and aromas and discover the artisan shops.
  • Take the back roads through Dades Canyon
  • Cross the High Atlas Mountains
  • Cross the dunes of the Sahara desert on the back of a camel
  • Discover the spectacular gorges of Dadès and Toudra.
  • Live a unique experience in the desert of Merzouga.
  • Enjoy a beautiful sunset and sunrise over the golden sand dunes
  • Meet the locals and learn about their culture


  • Pickup service from your accommodation in Marrakech
  • Fuel included
  • Private transportation with an A/C vehicle
  • Professional Italian speaking driver
  • Overnight in the desert, dinner and breakfast included
  • Local guide to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah
  • Sunset and Sunrise camel ride (one camel each)
  • Half board accommodation in selected hotels and riads or Kasbahs (breakfast is included)
  • Official art historian guide in Fes
  • Drop-off service at your accommodation in Marrakech
  • You can stop anywhere to take pictures
  • Entrance tickets
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and tips
  • Lunches and drinks
  • Airline tickets to and from your home country
  • Anything not mentioned in the program


Day 1: Marrakech – Tizi-n-Tichka Pass – Ouarzazate – Dades Gorges

Your private tour begins with a view of the Atlas Mountains as we cross the Tizi-n-Tichka pass to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Ben Haddou, famous on the big screen for films such as Gladiator and the famous series HBO Game of Thrones. We will then continue to Ouarzazatte to visit the Atlas Film Studios and a Kasbah located in the city and later on to the Rose Valley famous for its annual Rose Festival. Then, we will drive to Dades Gorges where we will spend this night in a hotel with free dinner and breakfast.

Day 2: Dades Gorges – Todra Gorges – Rissani – Merzouga Desert

Here we will continue our 4×4 tour and visit Todra Gorge, a narrow and colorful canyon famous for outdoor lovers. Then we will cross the Ziz valley to reach Erfoud, an oasis city known as the gateway to the Sahara desert and recognized for its unique fossils. There we can visit a local factory which produces crafts and home decorations made from fossils, there is also a local shop where you can buy items such as souvenirs. From there we will continue to Rissani where we will visit the local souk and then drive to the desert to reach Merzouga. Arrived at a checkpoint we leave the vehicle and begin our camel ride in the desert dunes, accompanied by expert guides, arriving at the Merzouga Desert Camp where we will spend the night in Berber tents. This spectacular night will be made unforgettable by an exclusive and traditional Berber starlit dinner, accompanied by tribal music around a bonfire in the desert.

Day 3: Merzouga desert

This day will be dedicated to the exploration of the desert of Merzouga. You will have the option to 'do your own thing', with the option of camel trekking or exploring in the comfort of a 4×4. We will also visit the village of Khamlia famous for its traditional music. We simply cannot miss the opportunity to appreciate the sunset behind the dunes of the staggering Sahara Desert. Our evening will be completed with local music and traditional Berber food around a bonfire.

Day 4: Merzouga – Midelt – Fes

After leaving early to watch the sunrise in the desert, we will ride camel back to a nearby local hotel where you will have a chance to refresh yourself. After breakfast, at the hotel, we will pass through Rissani and Erfoud until we reach Midelt in the Atlas Mountains. There, we can stop for lunch before driving to Fes where we will stay overnight in a local hotel.

Day 5: Fez – Casablanca

We will start the day by exploring the oldest city in Morocco, meandering through its alleys and narrow streets. Fes consists of three distinct parts; Fes el Bali (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is the oldest of the three with more than 9000 narrow streets and alleys fortified by a large wall, Fes-Jdid "new Fez" (home of the Jewish quarter) and the "Ville Nouvelle", the new sector of Fez created during the French occupation. During the day we will go to Rabat and then to Casablanca. We will also visit the tanneries, the Attarine museum and the Moulay Idriss mausoleum. After lunch you will visit many different co-ops and then experience a wonderful panoramic view over the entire Medina of Fes before driving to Casablanca where we will spend the night.

Day 6: Casablanca – Marrakech

Today we visit the main attractions and monuments of Casablanca, including the Hassan II Mosque, before concluding our tour in Marrakech.

Frequently asked questions

Marrakech, the unsurpassable | Office National Marocain du ... Between tradition and modernity, Marrakech is the promise of incomparable sensations. En déambulant sur la place Jemaa El-Fna et dans les souks aux couleurs chatoyantes et aux odeurs orientales, la ville rouge répond d'un claquement de doigts à vos envies de dépaysement.

The Sahara can be visited all year round, except for the summer months of July and August when it gets too hot. Expect temperatures of around 40-55 degrees Celsius in the summer. Temperatures drop below freezing at night during the Saharan winter (and especially in December and January).

The Sahara Desert is a major destination for travelers visiting Morocco. Most will come to Merzouga to see Erg Chebbi dunes or M'Hamid for Erg Chigaga dunes.

However, we recommend that you avoid traveling between the months of May and the end of September when the desert is extremely hot and uncomfortable. It can exceed 45°C.

The most popular countries to visit the Sahara are Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt - these countries have an extensive tourist infrastructure and are relatively safe

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