4 days Tours of Fes – Merzouga – Ouarzazate – Marrakech
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The first stop will be in Azrou, where we will enjoy a discovery walk to enjoy the forest and the barbarian apes. We will reach Midelt which is a beautiful and clean little village famous for the production of apples. We will cross the Ziz valley which has many oases along the road. The second stop is at Errachidia, famous by Kaser Souk which is a traditional market and it is the oldest place in this city. Meet the local people with a mixture of different cultures between Berber and Arab. We will stop for lunch in this town before hitting the road. Leaving Errachidia and crossing a fascinating landscape, we will pass by a wide land and a splendid road with many Oasis palm trees. Passing through Aoufouss and then Erfoud to see the different types of mountains that look very different from those you have seen in Morocco. We will reach Errissani, a beautiful and welcoming town where we will visit Moulay Ali Cherif, which is a mausoleum with a quiet and beautiful garden. Our last stop on the first day will be Merzouga, ride a camel to head to the Erg Chebbi dunes and meet the local nomads with an excellent welcome, enjoy the night with a beautiful landscape of traditional nomad instruments and dance. Then spend a wonderful night under the dark blue sky in the vast Moroccan desert.
Depart from Merzouga with a great time in the morning and with a delicious breakfast and sunrise. The trick will prepare a camel ride for you to reach Merzouga. And with a greeting, we will leave this beautiful and incredible place. We will pass from Errissani to visit the traditional souk then we will drive to Errfoud where you will have a visit to the fossils and learn more about the very old objects of this village. Taste Moroccan gastronomy while enjoying your lunch in one of the good restaurants on the road. Discover the oasis of Tafilalt until you arrive at the Todra Gorge, be amazed by the calm and wide nature of this place, and also enjoy taking some photos between the two gorges. Then head to Tinighir which is a small Berber village, learn more about Berber culture and spend a night in one of the cozy riads with a delicious dinner.
Wake up in the morning, relax and enjoy the quiet village while enjoying a delicious breakfast in the riad, get ready to hit the road to another adventure. Passing from Bomalen Dades to see the other beautiful gorges, be amazed by the beautiful shape of the mountain and the calmness. Our next visit will be rose valley, amazing place every April and May, 3000-4000 tons of wild flowers are harvested in rose valley, and if you are lucky you will come across this event to enjoy with the local population . Arrive in Ouarzazate observing the changes of the landscape on the road, discover the city with our driver, we will visit the international cinema studio which is famous by the production of many historical films such as The Game of The Thrones and more, live a movie set inside this place, then we will head to Ait Ben Haddou to enjoy a half board stay with a delicious dinner.
Wake up and relax, enjoy the delicious typical breakfast in your hotel, our next visit will be the famous Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, UNESCO World Heritage Site, a spectacular and well preserved Kasbah fortress in Morocco. Many films have been filmed here, such as Gladiator, Game of Thrones. After lunch, we will head to Kasbah Telouet to learn more about the heritage of this place and also to learn more about the era of Kasbahs in Morocco. We cross the High Atlas Mountains via the highest road pass in Morocco Tizi N Tichka Pass 2260m high offering breathtaking views over the valleys with open views of the mountains to the traditional Berber villages of the High Atlas. Taking the road and crossing beautiful landscapes, we will reach Marrakech which will be the last destination of our tour filled with incredible moments that you will never forget Morocco.