2 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga desert. During this trip, we will discover the Merzouga desert. We will give you the day to day itinerary. And we will give you an idea of this trip from Fes to the Sahara. Discovery the Merzouga. As well as the activities that you will enjoy during this trip from Fes to desert. camel ride and night under stars in Merzouga dunes…

2 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga desert

Day 1 : Fes – Midelt – Erfoud – Merzouga

Our private tour begins with a drive towards the Atlas Mountains stopping to visit the villages of Azrou, and Ifrane, where we’ll get a chance to explore the famous cedar forest, home of the Berber apes. We’ll continue from there to Midelt, travelling through the Tiz Ntalghamt Mountain Pass and the Ziz Gorge (here we can stop for pictures and some local mint tea). Then we’ll travel across the Ziz Valley, Erfoud, and Rissani; an oasis we’ll stop by just before reaching the Sahara desert. Once we arrive at the Erg Chebbi desert dunes, we’ll trade in the 4×4 for camels (optional) and ride towards our desert camp. Upon arrival there we’ll be served a complimentary traditional dinner, and enjoy some music around a campfire under the star and moonlit desert sky.

Day 2 : Merzouga – Midelt – Fes

On your last day, we’ll catch an early start to watch the sun rise over the dunes, and then from there ride on camelback (optional) to the village and enjoy a complimentary breakfast in a hotel. Then it’s back on the road towards Rissani and Erfoud, where we’ll make a stop once more before continuing on to Ifrane and then finally, Fez.

Included your private tour :

  • Pick up and drop off in Fez (to/from your hotel, the airport or any other desired location)
  • Private transfer via a comfortable and A/C 4×4 vehicle
  • Experienced English speaking guide / driver
  • Camel ride in the desert
  • Overnight at the campsite
  • Breakfast and dinner

NOT included on your private tour :

  • Lunch / drink
  • Plane ticket to and from Morocco
  • Entry fees to monuments / museums.
  • All that isn’t mentioned in itinerary.