8 Days from Marrakech to Merzouga

8 Days from Marrakech to Merzouga and back to Marrakech, our team will takes you to discover Marrakech with its famous square and medina and explore the best of southern Morocco through the beautiful high Atlas Mountains with Berber villages, centuries old Kasbahs, Gorges, Grand Canyon, Palm Groves, drink tea with Berber nomad in middle of the desert and camel trekking in the desert.


Pick up at the Riad or Airport in the direction Ouarzazate crossing the High Atlas and reaching the incredible port of Tizi n’Tichka at 2260 meters high. A great mountain range full of extraordinary landscapes that we will cross admiring the Berber territory with small typical villages, fortresses, etc.

We will continue our route by tracking through various Berber villages and reaching the magical village of Ait Ben Haddou, the best-preserved ksar, and enjoying the status of a World Heritage Site. Declared by UNESCO, its highly ornamented adobe houses agglutinate within a strong defensive wall and reinforced by turrets. This spectacular kasbah, built with mud and stones miraculously remains standing as in the time it was inhabited. Raised on a hill and surrounded by the desert landscape of the Anti Atlas is without No doubt one of the most magical places in Morocco.

We will reach the Dades Valley in the middle of the afternoon. Where the valley opens and its landscape value is spectacular, with great architectural value, various ksur. And its numerous kasbahs, many of them in ruins and dotted along the narrow valley. The special charm and is really a must-stop that you will surely fall in love with. Dinner and accommodation in Hotel or Riad


After a good breakfast, our route continues in TINGHIR direction to divert to the famous TODRA GORGES of more than 100 meters high, with its houses carved in the stone, a magical place of vertical rock walls caused by the erosion of water and air For centuries, a perfect place for climbers. Surrounded by a river with little flow but with crystal clear water we can enjoy this stop to take a leisurely stroll. We will continue our way to ERFOUD where we will have the possibility of visiting the fossilized marble factory and the Museum of fossils and minerals where they house a collection of unusual fossils.

Our journey continues towards RISSANI finally arriving at the foot of the wonderful dunes of ERG CHEBBI. Where we will have a welcome tea while we rest and prepare the camels that will take us to the foot of the Great Dune. During the journey of an hour and a half, we will be able to take photographs. An experience that without a doubt you will like. At nightfall, you can see that the desert takes a very different color. And the weather changes since it refreshes a lot depending on the time you go. At the rhythm of the timbales singing and playing dinner will serve us, and as not the great bonfire will keep us company until the time to go to sleep. So without any worries, the best thing is to enjoy this magical and authentic night under the starry desert sky. Dinner and accommodation in Haima.


Without any doubt, one of the greatest spectacles of the desert is to see how it dawns, so today it is time to get up early to contemplate the wonderful sunrise, do not miss seeing the changes of colors that the dunes are taking as the sun rises over the horizon. A visual spectacle that you will not forget.

The camels await us to return to the Riad and give us a good shower and a traditional Moroccan breakfast, our adventure continues and our first stop will be RISSANI very famous for its market, this city shows with dignity and takes pride in being the last commercial stopover before desert, the atmosphere that is breathed walking through the souks of Rissani is not found anywhere else in Morocco, a penumbra due to roofs that filter the sun’s rays, an explosion of colors and smells that stand out to the combination of spices so well known.

8 Days from Marrakech to Merzouga

We will continue the route to FEZ, passing through the Valley of ZIZ one of the hidden treasures of Morocco where the river feeds the Palmera de Tafilalet that extends winding along the channel, about 20 km of the palm grove and infinity of palm trees that make it the largest in the world and that we can enjoy during our route.

Azrou will arrive at an important Berber population located in the interior of the Middle Atlas and known for its forest of cedars that surround it where we can admire the many monkeys that live in full freedom in this forest. We will pass by IFRANE, a small mountain village that will captivate you for its cleanliness and its good condition also called ‘The Switzerland of Morocco’, a holiday destination for the wealthiest people in the country.
In the afternoon we will arrive at FEZ.

Day 4: FES – FES

Today we will spend all day visiting this great city, the oldest, richest, cultural, religious, spiritual, and mysterious of the four imperial cities of Morocco, where you can see that has not suffered the passage of time.

The visits that define Fez are:

Tannery Chouwara: is the most extensive and known of the four traditional tanneries that continue with life in the heart of the Medina of Fez.

Al Karaouine Mosque: The most important and with one of its greatest architectural complexes.

Bab Bou Jeloud door; The most important gateway to the Medina, the oldest and most charming area of ​​the city.

Royal Palace of Fez: From the 14th century it is one of the largest and oldest in Morocco, although it is not possible to visit it is worth visiting to contemplate its seven doors.

Mausoleum of Mulay Idrís: Sanctuary dedicated to Mulay Idrís, king of Morocco between the years 807 and 828, one of the founders of Fez.

Seffarine Square; Located in the heart of the Medina, and where one of the oldest trades of Fez, that of the artisan boilermakers.

Medusas; Ancient Koranic schools, where students sometimes resided, and in Fez, there are three, the only one that can be visited is the Medersa Cherratine, which differs from the others by its little ornate functional style.

We will eat at a typical Median restaurant on behalf of the client and we will end the visit of the city, afternoon free to walk through this city, dinner, and accommodation in Hotel or Riad.


Today after breakfast we will leave for Volubilis an ancient Roman city founded in the third century BC, this largest Roman settlement in the country and with the best-preserved ruins of North Africa and, declared a World Heritage Site, still maintains the layout of the streets and houses and even all the rooms are distinguished, some of them with precious and perfectly preserved mosaics.

We will continue the route to MEKNES, one of the three imperial cities and with a Heritage rich in monuments. Its huge square that separates the imperial city from its old city recalls the well-known Marrakesh square ‘Fnaa el Jmaa’ but much quieter.

After lunch, we will go to Rabat where we will arrive in the middle of the afternoon. Accommodation in Hotel or Riad.


Today and after breakfast, we will visit the city of RABAT, a modern city with residential and totally western neighborhoods but still retains at the same time places like the Medina and the Kasbah anchored in time. It is a city of contrast: modern and elegant areas and at the same time poor and backward neighborhoods.
The medina is one of the oldest parts of the city, a huge market aimed both at nationals and tourists and always very active.

We will visit the exteriors of the Royal Palace and its gardens, and the guided tour of the medina will be at the hands of our local guide, the Tower of Hassan II very well walled with its interior palm trees will be another visit that we can not miss. In the afternoon we will continue to Marrakech where we will arrive in the middle of the afternoon.


Today we will visit the great city of Marrakech from the hands of a local guide to discover it. Fascinating history through the famous Koutoubia, the Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs, and the Menara Gardens.

We will eat at a typical restaurant in the medina on behalf of the client and the afternoon. Will be free to discover for yourself the charms of this city that means walking through the streets of the medina. Getting lost in its immense souk, or savoring the traditional Moroccan food in the Djemma el-Fna square. Visiting this city means being able to observe the Moroccan essence, always in constant change. The ancient beauty of the city is still preserved today. With its smell of fresh mint, the tastiest spices. And the sound of snake charmers or the bustle of its impressive souk, the largest in Morocco. All this and much more is Marrackech, the capital of the south and the epicenter of tourism and crafts.

8 Days from Marrakech to Merzouga

The main point of this city is the medina, the souk, and its beautiful Djemaa-el Fna square. Getting lost in the medina is very common. But this, unlike medinas as big as that of Fez, does not involve any risk. When lost through its alleys, the traveler will find shops of the most varied products. As well as food stalls where they serve the traditional snail soup. Or attracted by the intense smell of mint, will come to some herb stand.

The Djemma el-Fna square is the square to which the alleyways of the Medina lead. It is a very busy square that can overwhelm those who visit it for the first time. But without doubt, it is a magical place, in which it is difficult to stop a short time. In the morning the square is full of juice stands and nuts. At night jugglers, magicians, snake charmers and storytellers gather in this square recently declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Accommodation in Hotel or Riad.

Day 8: MARRAKECH – Airport

After breakfast, transfer to the airport depending on the departure time of the flight.

INCLUDED: 8 Days from Marrakech to Merzouga

  • A comfy Transportation with A/C and fuel costs.
  • An English-speaking driver/guide.
  • One night in a Berber tent. “On Half Board”
  • Camel ride to the desert camp,
  • Dinner & Breakfast

EXCLUDED: 8 Days from Marrakech to Merzouga

  • Lunches, Drinks & Tips