Tours from Marrakech


Camel Trek through the Sahara Desert from Marrakech in Morocco. Our tours from Marrakech to the Sahara Desert camel trek highlights include:

See our options below to book online or contact for custom tours and questions. Prices below are based off of double occupancy and luxury camps in the Sahara Desert — discounts are available for 3+ travelers. Learn more about our camel treks. 

Private and group Marrakech desert trips may be designed to meet your specific needs.

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The most popular trips depart from Marrakech. As a rule of thumb, a tourist is a tourist. Marrakech is a must-see while visiting Morocco. If you’re looking for the finest bespoke group and private desert tours from Marrakech, we’re here to help. Our crew has accumulated a wealth of knowledge over the years and has developed a number of popular travel itineraries. We tried to include the Sahara desert in most of our custom-made tours from Marrakech since it is often thought to be the best thing to do there.

highlights of desert tours departing from marrakech: learn more about the sahara desert by tours from marrakech.

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Group and individual journeys from Marrakech to the Sahara Desert will be unforgettable. Merzouga is a very different place when you arrive. So that we don’t miss the breathtaking sunset, we usually come late in the afternoon or evening. We ride the camel across the emerald dunes. The view from the back of a camel is breathtaking as the colors of the Sahara shift.

Our camel men will do everything they can to make your camel ride an unforgettable one. On the way to camp, they’ll snap some photos for you to remember the trip by.

When you arrive at the camp, the desert night begins. Our camp staff will greet you and provide you with a cup of Berber whiskey to begin your stay (mint tea). Relax and take in the stunning vistas of the Sahara desert while you’re there. You’ll also have a traditional Moroccan meal for dinner that night. Our camel men will be making fire and getting their drums ready at the same time. It’s time to relax by the campfire after dinner, and the music begins.

Explore Marrakech:

The Berber phrase for Marrakech (Amor N Okoch) means “Land of God,” and the city’s name is derived from that.

In general, the city of Rabat is one of Morocco’s most attractive. In this royal metropolis, you’ll find a lot to do and see. The Jamaa el Fna area in Marrakech is a popular starting point for travelers. Most people congregate here to display their talents, share their experiences, and make money by selling their wares. However, if you want the greatest views, you’ll have to go up to the rooftop and sip mint tea. It’s really worth it to see these beautiful sights. 

Another well-known site may be seen only a few feet away from the main plaza.Marrakech’s biggest mosque and one of the city’s most distinctive minarets As if that wasn’t enough, the crimson city boasts a number of additional attractions to see, including the Majorelle and Menara gardens.

Our Marrakech desert trips will take you to the Atlas Mountains:

On one of our private or group desert tours from Marrakech, you’ll be able to see one of the world’s most iconic mountain ranges. The High Atlas mountains and the Tizi Ntichka pass are always on our list of places to visit when designing a personalized vacation. This one, on the other hand, has one of the kingdom’s longest curving roadways. 

There are several little Berber settlements carved into the mountains in this area. We do, however, often visit the Argan oil cooperatives, where many women get together to make cosmetics. We’ll also make a photo stop at the pass’s highest point (2260 m), where you can get a better view of the road’s bends. It’s also possible to explore the Middle Atlas Mountains on an end-of-tour trip from Fes.

Visit the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah:

Many fortified villages may be visited on our planned group and individual tours from Marrakech. Indeed, the castle of Ait Benhaddou is the most frequented in all of Algeria. This picturesque town may be found between the Sahara and Marrakech in the southeast of the country. It’s a popular pit stop for those looking to unwind and take in the scenery. 

Our tours take you over the river and up to the top of the town to get a bird’s-eye view. Ait Benhaddou is also one of Morocco’s 12 Unesco World Heritage Sites. To put it simply, this walled town is a hot spot for moviemakers and tourists alike. This is where movies like Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia were filmed.


As a gateway to the Sahara Desert, Ouarzazate is known as a “city without noise.” On our desert trips from Marrakech, we may also take you to the Moroccan Ouallywood. The world’s largest solar power plant is located in this city, making it one of the most prominent cities in the nation. Furthermore, there are a number of Atlas studios where they have contributed to a wide range of films. Some Game of Thrones and Prison Break episodes were also filmed there. In addition, a new international airport was constructed just for the performers’ convenience. A well-known kasbah called Taourert is only a few miles away from this amazing place.

Our Marrakech desert excursions will take you to a variety of valleys, including:

In Morocco, you will find a nation that is rich in culture, history, and natural beauty. On one of our Marrakech desert trips, you’ll see the most beautiful valleys and palm rivers. The Ounila Valley, which stretches from Telouet to Ait Benhaddou and is noted for its pomegranate production, is the first valley to be mentioned. However, the Daraa valley, which stretches from Ouarzazate to Tagounite, is the longest at 1,100 kilometers. 

Furthermore, as you go along the route, you’ll pass through a variety of tiny and large valleys. The Ziz valley, for example, is situated just north of Errachidia. As a result, the region produces so many dates that it has become the country’s leading date producer. A worldwide festival of dates is held every year in Erfoud, which attracts tourists and locals alike. Dates from all across Morocco and the rest of the world are brought to this location.

Tours from Marrakech will allow you to take a vacation to the desert:

-When it comes to Marrakech tours, the desert trip is the most popular. As a result, you’ll get a glimpse into the everyday lives of Moroccans. In general, it is possible to get a glimpse into the everyday lives of Moroccans. Camel rides or 4×4 drives are the two most common ways to travel through the desert in general. Most visitors opt for a 4×4 adventure in order to see more of the country. The camels, on the other hand, are popular with adventurous tourists. We’ll focus on the 4×4 tour because it’s the most popular.

 Picking you up from your camp or hotel and driving you to the Berber nomads is the norm. This group of people who still live in tents is sure to leave you in awe with their simplicity and purity. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to see their herd of goats and sheep. These adorable animals are adored by many visitors to our farm. Some Beber Nomads have seven to ten children, while others have more than one wife and have a large family.

-After finding the Nomads, we travel to M’ifiss to investigate its mine of kohl, passing various panoramic vistas. The French empire colonized and exploited this kohl mine… Some local residents reopened the mine after France left, after which it was shut down for a while. 

Next, we’ll visit a Berber burial ground. You can tell right away whether a top is for a woman or a man just by looking at it. Tombstones for men will have their rocks aligned so that they are facing each other. If the tombstones are arranged differently, it indicates that the deceased is female. After a peaceful stay, we’ll move on to learn about the Gnawa way of life.

With our guided desert tour from Marrakech, you can go on a trip to Erfoud and Rissani.

Our Marrakech-based individual and group trips will take you to the country’s two most important desert towns in the south. Rissani, a city that served as a starting point for Tomboctou caravans in the past, is the first place we normally visit. The classic souks of this city will be on your itinerary while you’re here. Until recently, Rissani was the go-to shopping destination for residents of the city on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays. We often drive right past the arid city of Erfoud. In addition, there is an annual international festival of dates that attracts people from all over the globe. For one thing, Erfoud is the area where fossils from a wide variety of species may be found.

Take a stroll around Ifrane's cedar forest:

All tour from marrakech , including those departing from Marrakech, will take you to one of Morocco’s oldest woods. The ancient cedar trees, some of which are over 400 years old, were formerly home to a wide variety of creatures. Sadly, the majority of these species are now gone. The Barbary macaques now call it home. Typically, we visit this location to take in the scenery and feed the macaque monkeys. Ifrane is another one of our stops. A trip to the eighth-cleanest city on the planet and the cleanest city in Africa is well worth it. 

We’ll see the famed Atlas Lion Statue while we’re here. Many people believe that a German prisoner built it. The French built up a military post in Ifrane during their colonization of Morocco, and it was one of several around the nation. They once detained a German detainee. To liberate him, they asked him to do a deed worthy of his release. As a result, he was able to gain his freedom by creating the Atlas Lion Monument.

Fes will be on the itinerary of our Marrakech desert trips :

Most of our desert journeys from Marrakech culminate in Fes, the cultural capital of Morocco. A must-see trip in recent years, this royal city has grown in popularity. To make the most of your time in this city, we offer a wide variety of excursions. First, we take you to the largest tannery in Fes, Chouara. It dates back to Fes’s first medina sector, when it was constructed in the 11th century. The Chaoura tannery, in general, is where leather goods are made. Some of these goods are even being sold outside of Morocco. Handmade and painted organically using spices and other natural items, they’re really one-of-a-kind.

When it comes to education, the Madrasa Bou Inania is one of the city’s oldest educational institutions. As a first step, the building was intended to be used for educational reasons. So it became the subject of lessons in religion. This area is unique in that it welcomes individuals from all around the globe, regardless of their nationality or ethnicity. Upon entering, you will be awed by the Moroccan architecture’s ethereal splendor. 

We’ll also visit the oldest institution in the world, Al Qarawiyyin University, according to Unesco. Fatima Al Fihri, also known as “Umm al-Banayn,” was the lady behind the construction of the latter. It is possible that we will also visit Fes’ historic Medina and the city’s most famous entry gate, Bab Boujloud. After Fes Eljdid, there are many more, such as Zaouia Moulay Idriss 2.

Meknes is definitely worth looking into.

Our desert tour from Marrakech will take you to one of Morocco’s oldest towns. In the seventeenth century, the city of Meknes was designated as Morocco’s capital by the British. There are a lot of interesting sights to see and things to do in this city. The first stop is Lhdim, a little plaza that is quite similar to Jamea el Fna. 

Take a stroll through the square and discover the storytellers, snake charmers, and many other performers that populate it. We’ll also visit Meknes’ largest gate, Bab Mansour, which is located only a short distance from the plaza. Lhri and Shrij Soani are next on our itinerary. These two locations are situated right in the middle of the city, making it easy to get around. We’ll have to take the automobile and travel through Medina’s ancient city to get there. Shrij Souani Lake will be our first destination. 

Many people believe that there was a royal family in this area, and that the king was in love with his wife at the time of his death. She once told him that she would prefer to live somewhere with a beach (ocean) so that she could enjoy the views from their current location. In honor of her, he ordered the construction of the lake of Shrij. 

We’ll then visit a prison in Morocco that’s a little out of the ordinary. Nearby landmarks include Lhdim Square and Bab Mansour. In general, this jail is claimed to go under the city of Meknes all the way to Fes. Anyone who enters this maze-like structure will get disoriented. As a last step, we’ll take you to see a variety of additional attractions, including the city’s historic educational institutions and museums.

Our Marrakech desert trips are a great way to see the "blue city."

Chefchaouen, often known as Chaouen, is a vibrant Moroccan city. This jewel’s blue walls have made it one of the most popular destinations in recent years.In order to witness the greatest of Moroccan beauty, you must visit Chefchaouen.

There are two basic hypotheses as to why this city is blue. It’s also claimed that it’s merely for mosquito control. On the other hand, others argue that the Jews choose blue because it symbolizes God’s sky, putting them closer to Him than those who use red.

In general, the city has a plethora of fascinating attractions to see and learn about. Chefchaouen is the place to go if you’re a photographer or a fan of pictures.

Take a trip to Tangier!

Discover Tangier on one of our desert adventures from Marrakech. One of the nicest places to visit in Morocco is the “North Bride,” as the locals call it. The city of Tangier has had a significant impact on the history of Morocco and the rest of the globe. It became a historic city because of its role as a gateway and a hotspot. 

As a result of this, Tangier became an essential port of call for many ships. The city’s cultural variety was enhanced by the arrival of new civilizations. Not to mention the fact that Tangier was the site of the country’s first residential development. 

Tangier’s major attractions are all within easy reach on one of our guided trips. Consider the Grand Mosque, which was once a Roman temple until the Portuguese invasion transformed it into a church. Once it became a mosque, it went through a series of further modifications.

Visit Casablanca on one of our desert tours from marrakech:

On one of our marrakech dessert Excursion , you’ll get a taste of Morocco’s economic heartland. The word “casablanca” translates to “white house” in Spanish. Casablanca was formerly known as Anfa, the Berber name for the city, which it shares with the rest of Morocco. It is often regarded as the country’s biggest metropolis and the economic hub of Morocco. On tall Morocco tours, it is possible to see the most important sights and landmarks in Morocco, like Hassan II Mosque. One of the world’s biggest mosques The majority of it is on the seashore. We’ll also take you to the Museum of Judaism. Paintings and an exhibition depicting Jewish culture in Morocco’s past are on display here.

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