6 days Desert Tour from Rabat

This 6 days Desert Tour from Rabat, will take you to South Morocco’s magnificent Sahara Desert, where you may indulge, immerse yourself, and have an unforgettable experience. You may go on camel treks, sleep under a sky filled with bright stars, and explore high gorges and deep valleys in the Sahara Desert, one of Morocco’s wonders. This 6-Day Tour Will Definitely Impress.Admission fees.

Day 1: Rabat – Meknes – Fez

Tour This 6 days Desert Tour from Rabat, after leaving Rabat, we set out early for Meknes, where we stop for lunch. Meknes is an imperial city that is very similar to Fez; its Medina is flirtatious and orderly, which makes it much easier to walk through; and it is very traditional, with winding streets brimming with market stalls for food, dining establishments, and cooperative craft projects.

We also go to the Bab Mansour gate, was opened in 1732 and is the biggest gate in Africa and Morocco. The Roman city of Volubilis, which has the most spectacular and well-preserved remains in all of Morocco and was designated a World Heritage Site in 1997, will be our next stop. We will be led throughout this hour and a half excursion by a knowledgeable guide. The Middle Atlas, tucked between mountains with its light-colored dwellings are visible in the distance, will be our next stop on the way to Moulay Idriss. Arrival in Fez for the night at last. Dinner and lodging are provided by the hotel or riad.

Day 2: visit Fez

After breakfast, we’ll travel to Fez, the oldest city in Africa and the cultural hub of Morocco. With more than 9400 winding streets, the Medina of this city is its biggest. Since the medina is the largest pedestrian area in the world, visiting Fez is like going back in time to a time when neighborhoods were divided into guilds and there was no way to get around the city other than by foot while dodging loaded donkeys carrying goods. Finally, we will have a breathtaking view of the entire city of Fez from the Merenid remains beyond the Medina. Dinner and lodging are provided by the hotel or riad.*

Day 3: Fez -Ifrane – The Middle Atlas – Erfoud – Merzouga

After a hearty breakfast today, we’ll go to Merzouga through Ifran, which is also referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco. Additionally, we will stop in the forest of Azrou where we can enjoy watching the little monkeys climb the cedars before continuing via the Middle Atlas mountains, the Ziz river and its gorges, and Errachidia. You will keep going till you reach Erfoud, known as the fossil capital of the world. Merzouga to Lledaga Hostel stay close to the sand dunes.

Day 4 : Merzouga – Erg Chebbi – Nomads – Merzouga

After breakfast, you’ll begin your grand tour of the dunes, traveling through a number of desert towns. One of them is Khamlia, where you’ll pause to listen to Gnawa music before continuing on to the haimas of the desert nomads, where you’ll experience a different way of life. You will ride camels into the dunes under a haima nomad in the late afternoon to spend the night there.

Day 5: Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Todra Gorges – Ouarzazate

You’ll get up early to watch the gorgeous sunrise and climb the dunes, then ride camels back to the lodge for breakfast before continuing on to Ouarzazate via Rissani, where you’ll stop briefly to visit what is thought to be the largest traditional souk in all of southern Morocco. From there, you’ll head to the Todra Gorges, the Dades valley, the valley of the Roses, and the oases of Skoura. Hotel accommodations and arrival in Ouarzazate.

Day 6: Ouarzazate – Kasbah Ait benhaddou – Marrakech

You will explore the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou after breakfast before continuing on to Marrakech. Many movies, including Sahara, Kingdom of Heaven, Cleopatra, and Gladiator, were filmed here. Continue on to Marrakech by passing via the Tizi N’tichka pass in the high Atlas Mountains. On the mountainside, you will witness Berber settlements and farmland. Afternoon arrival in Marrakech. The six-day journey from Rabat comes to a close with a transfer to your accommodation. Finishing up our services.

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