3 DAYS FES TO MERZOUGA CAMPS (2 NIGHT)

Experience a one-in-a-lifetime journey from Fes to the Sahara Desert and Camel Trek with All Morocco Tours.

3 DAYS FES TO MERZOUGA CAMPS (2 NIGHT)
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3 DAYS FES TO MERZOUGA CAMPS (2 NIGHT)

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 3 days fes to merzouga  Morocco’s Merzouga Desert is a sought-after location for its abundance of valuable minerals and fossils. A nomadic Berber family, still living in a tent in the middle of the Sahara, will be our hosts for our tour of the desert. Travelers will ride camels from Merzouga to the Ziz valley, where Morocco’s second-longest river begins. Ifrane, sometimes known as “Morocco’s Switzerland,” is where we want to take a break. Azrou’s Cedar Forest is where apes are known to be loose.

The first day will take you from Fez to the Atlas Mountains, the Cedar Forest, Errachidia, Erfoud, and Erg Chabbi (470 km). 7 Hours

At 8:00 a.m., our driver will pick you up from your Fes hotel, and the two of you will travel together via the Middle Atlas Mountains and on to the Merzouga Desert, where your three-day excursion will begin. We’re going to have a great day exploring some classic Berber villages.

Visit Azrou’s famed cedar forest to observe macaque monkeys, the scenic city of Ifrane (known as the “Moroccan Switzerland”), and the town of Midelt for lunch.

The next day, we’ll take a lovely drive through the Ziz Valley on our approach to Erfoud, a town known for its abundance of fossils and its annual date festival and market. The beautiful Erg Chebbi sand dunes are waiting for us. We’ll get there in the late afternoon and spend the night in Merzouga.

On the second day of the trip, you’ll go camel riding in the oasis of nomads in Merzouga (also known as Khamlia) (50 km).3 hours

After breakfast, we’ll go in a four-wheel-drive vehicle for a day of exploring the area around the Erg Chebbi dunes. Our first visit will be to the oasis of Hassi Labied, known for its canals and area used for agriculture. We will next go south to Sriji Lake, a seasonal body of water (if it has water in it).

Travel to the village of Khamlia to hear the Gnawa music of people of African descent who were brought to Morocco as immigrants and used as slaves more than a century ago.

After everything is completed, we will go to the M’ifis mines. Moreover, the Merzouga desert is a sought-after location for its abundance of valuable minerals and fossils. A nomadic Berber family, still living in a tent in the middle of the Sahara, will be our hosts for our tour of the desert in Merzouga 44. They should have some mint tea and talk about their adventures in the desert. We

We will make many photo stops at stunning lookouts along the way. We are going to go into town for lunch and then go back to the village. The Berbers will be waiting for you at our camp in Merzouga, which you will reach by riding camels from here. A camel ride may last anywhere from two hours to thirty minutes, with an additional two and a half hours on top of the dunes for sightseeing, sunset viewing, sandboarding, or whatever else takes your fancy. Then,

Following these once-in-a-lifetime adventures, you’ll retire to camp for some tea and rest before supper. After dinner, people can relax in a nomadic tent and look up at the stars while listening to traditional Berber drumming music.

The third day of your trip will take you from Merzouga to the Ziz valley, Errachidia, Midelt, Azrou, Ifrane, and Fes (470 km). 7 Hours

On the third day, after viewing the dawn over the dune near the camp, you’ll have a delicious breakfast and a refreshing wash at the camp before riding camels back to your starting location (or taking a 4WD transfer, if you prefer).

From there, we’ll go toward Fes by way of the Ziz Valley, where Morocco’s second-longest river begins, and the Middle Atlas Mountains, where we’ll have a scenic break and a delicious meal.

After that, we left for Fes in the afternoon.

Our group is planning a trip to Azrou’s Cedar Forest, where apes are known to be loose. I was just taking the camera on a stroll in the woods. Ifrane, sometimes known as “Morocco’s Switzerland,” is where we want to take a break. After three days exploring the desert village of Merzouga, we’ll return to Fes and drop you off at your accommodation.

3 days fes to merzouga itinerary includes and excludes:

INCLUDES :

  Pickup drop-off service.
 English /Spanish speaking driver.
 Vehicle with fuel (4X4 car , van , mini bus).
 Accommodation.
Breakfast.
Dinner.
Camel for each to see the sunrise or sunset

EXCLUDES :

×  flights ticket.
× Lunches.
× Drinks.
× Monuments  fees.
× Tips.

3 days fes to merzouga notes

Please note: 

  • ask us about additional options like riding dunebuggys or quads in the desert or visiting Merzouga Lake, home of the wild flamingos. 

  • Vegetarian food options are available.

  • Your private luxury tent will have electricity, beds, and a private bathroom with a shower. If you would like a Royal tent (larger and with air conditioning), please contact us.

  • The camel ride is 1.5 hours. 

  • Ages 3 to 60 have enjoyed this tour in the past. Children under a certain size will ride with a parent. Contact us if you have questions at Info@AllMoroccoTours.com.

What do I need to bringin this 3 days fes to merzouga ?

  • Wear long pants for the camel trek.

  • You will bring one small overnight bag on the camel trek to the camp.

  • Bring a bottle of water with you for the camel trek.

  • Got any other questions? Contact us.

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