2 Days Trip from Fes To Marrakech Desert Tours
Experience the scenic beauty of the Middle Atlas Mountains and Sahara Desert on a 2-day tour from Fes to Erg Chebbi. See Berber villages on the sides of the mountain and ride a camel to spend the night at a Berber camp in the desert. 2 Days Trip from Fes To Marrakech Desert Tours
|Pick up time:
07h00 Local time from your hotel
|Return the last day:
19h30 Local time to your hotel
DAY 01: FES – MIDELT – ZIZ VALLEY – ERFOUD – RISSANI – ERG CHEBBI CAMEL TREKKING
After an early breakfast, you will begin your Short Tour To across the Middle Atlas Mountains. Most of the Day will be spent winding your way through beautiful lush forests, and Berber villages as you cross the Atlas Mountains and begin to descend towards the Sahara Desert. Half way, you will stop for lunch, famous for its fossils and rocks. We continue on Mountain roads overlooking the wide flowing Oued Ziz. Passing through Kasbahs and Palm Groves we head towards the adobe colored city of Errachidia before arriving in the late afternoon at Merzouga Erg Chebbi, a city from which we set out for our Tour of the Sahara Desert. Then later in the afternoon, saddle on your camels for your journey across the Desert during a beautiful Sunset for about 1/30 hours, to reach your camp for the night by the Sand Dunes. Overnight in the Nomadic tent, under a night sky full of stars, Berber music and delicious food prepared for you by your guide.
DAY 02: MERZOUGA – ALNIF – NEKOB – AGDZ – OUARZAZATE – MARRAKECH
After A lovely Sunrise over the swelling Dunes of the Sahara Desert before returning to your Hotel.Then you will visit the ancient City of Rissani, the place from which Arab dynasties first Came To Morocco and men wearing the indigo blue robes distinctive of the Saharaine people. Then head towards the volcanic Mountains of Sorrow dramatic rock formations and Gorges with superb Landscape. You will meet the largest Oasis of Morocco Named Draa Valley, lined up by many palm trees. Then on to Agdz, the first village in South Draa Valley before making your way to the UNESCO protected site of Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, one of the most impressive Kasbah and well-preserved fortress in Morocco. Many Movies were filmed there such as the Gladiator. Leave Ait Benhaddou and start heading towards the majic High Atlas Mountains. Cross the High Atlas Mountains via the highest road pass in Morocco Tizi-n-Tichka at an altitude 2,260m, offering impressive views of valleys, mountains and many Berber villages nearby. Drop off at your Riad/Hotel late evening, End Of Our Service.
✅ What’s Included
Tour by 4WD vehicle with air conditioning
Fuel for entire journey
English speaking guide (you can specify other languages)
Inside visit to Ait Benhaddou Kasbah
All nights accommodationCamel trekking
Berber music and animation
Dinners and Breakfasts during the tour
Real life experiences
❌ What’s Not Included
Beverages & Bottled Water
Map of 2 Days Trip from Fes To Marrakech Desert Tours
We can provide service in English, Portuguese. Spanish, Italian. French, Arabic and, of course, Berber.
Our tours are private. Your guide travels with just you, or with your family or friends if you book as a group. We do not add others to your trip. If you are spending a night at the camp in the dunes, it’s possible that others will also be staying there. You will, however, have a private tent.
Your tour includes hotels or, if in the dunes, camp accommodations. It also includes transport by 4×4 (or camel where applicable), as well as breakfasts and dinners. You are responsible for covering the cost of your lunches and drinks.
Prices depend on accommodations. We can arrange for luxury accommodations at 4-star hotels or for something simpler if you’re on a budget. Call or email us with your preferences and we’ll give you a price. If you wish to arrange a trip around Christmas or New Years, please contact us early because some hotels may fill up and we’ll have less flexibility.
Tipping is completely optional. If you feel your guide has provided you with excellent service, tips are appreciated, but never expected.