3 days tour from Fes to Marrakech 

You will cross the Middle Atlas Mountains and the Moroccan little Switzerland Ifrane and drive to the amazing south of Morocco; learn about the Berber culture, their hospitality and their lifestyle in the villages also visit the most fabulous Sahara Desert of Merzouga (Erg Chebbi), enjoy the camel ride for sunset in the Desert and drive through the beautiful palm groves oasis and gorges. You will cross the High Atlas Mountains, one of the most beautiful roads of Morocco towards Marrakech city.


  • Cross the Mountain ranges of Morocco (The Middle Atlas, The High atlas, The Anti-Atlas).
  • Visit the Sahara Desert dunes of Erg Chebbi.
  • Sunrise over the highest dunes of Erg Chebbi in Merzouga, which is one of the best lifetime experiences.
  • Ride the camel for sunset.
  • The Gorge of Todgha and the green palm grove.
  • Learn about the Berber culture.
  • Drive along The road of 1000 kasbahs and the colourful Berber villages
  • Visit The UNESCO world heritage site “Ait Benhaddou village”, the fortified ksar with its beautiful Kasbahs.
What is Included:
  • Private English speaking driver / Guide for 3 days
  • Private A/C Toyota land cruiser 4*4 Car or Minivan with Fuel for 3 days
  • Accommodations for 2 nights on Half board
  • Camel ride for sunset
  • All the visits as mentioned in the itinerary
What is not Included
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Filght tickets
  • Drinks
  • Lunchs
  • Entrance tickets to monuments
  • Tips for hotels, guides and driver
<strong>Day 1: </strong>

<strong>Fes to the Merzouga Desert</strong>

  • You will drive to the Saraha Desert of Merzouga by crossing the Middle Atlas range. Today your first stop will be in the Moroccan little Switzerland which is known for the lion sculpture and its European architecture style. We continue to cross the biggest green cedar forest in Morocco and get a stop opportunity to see the free Barbary apes in the forest. You will have lunch in Midelt town, which links the High Atlas Mountains and the Middle Atlas range. After the lunch break we depart towards the second largest palm grove oasis in Morocco, the Ziz oasis here is the last stop before the most beautiful and fabulous sand dunes of Merzouga (Erg Chebbi), 150 meters high. Up on arrival to the hotel, you pack a small bag for the night in the camp, your luggage stays at the hotel and starts your camel ride to capture magical sunset in the middle of the dunes and spend the night at camp with tents.
Day 2

<strong>Merzouga Desert to the Dades Gorges </strong>

  • You will wake up early this morning to catch the spectacular sunrise at the top of the dunes before you ride the camels back to the hotel, where a breakfast and a deserved nice hot shower await. We will leave to hotel to visit the local Market of Rissani (Sunday; Tuesday; Thursday) and cross the most mysterious Anti-Atlas Mountains towards the Toudra gorges. Here you will face one of the most impressive oases in the country, and sense a beautiful contrast of the landscapes. you are going to walk through the spectacular gorge where rocks toweling above 300m, while the passage is only 30m wide; famous for rock climbing. After the walk we take The Road of thousand Kasbahs to reach Dades gorges.
Day 3
  • From Dades Gorges you will drive to the rose valley which is known for its roses that get blooming from April to May. After then we take The Road to Skoura, a small oasis of palm groves and olives and Ouarzazate city the gateway to the desert and Hollywood of Africa, where you can visit the film studios. We continue forwards to the fortified Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the birth place of numerous films, including: The Mummy, The Gladiator, 7 Days in Tibet, Lawrence of Arabia, Alexander the Great and Babel. Here you will have a nice walk to the fortified Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, and we continue our way through the High Atlas Mountains towards Marrakech via Tizi n’Tichka pass 2260m, one of the most beautiful roads of Morocco. There will be some stops for nice panoramic pictures along the way.