Tours from Fes

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OVERNIGHT FES TO MERZOGA TOURS

Our Fes tours return to Fes after visiting the Sahara Desrt or end in Marrakech. Highlights of the tours include:

See our options below to book online or contact Info@AllMoroccoTours.com 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.

based on individual and shared- fes desert tours in Morocco:

fes chefchaouen

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3 DAYS • 2 NIGHT • 5 STARS

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fes to marrakech and desert tours from Marrakech

fes desert tours

tours from fes

3 DAYS • 2 NIGHT • 5 STARS

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Tours Multi-DAY

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fes chafchaouen

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4 DAYS • 3 NIGHT • 5 STARS

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fes Chefchaouen

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5 DAYS • 4 NIGHT • 5 STARS

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Fes to marrakech:

Tours from Fes , both individual and in a group, are particularly popular on our Morocco vacations. In terms of Moroccan cities that tourists fly to, in this case, we’re discussing Fes and Marrakech, two important cultural centers in Morocco. So our tour operator company, “TIM,” has come up with a number of itineraries based on the wishes of some long-dead clients. Feel free to get in touch with us if you’d want to make special arrangements to visit other cities or locations on your trip. For couples, families, and small groups, our fes desert tours  are ideal. Even better, we can arrange a one-on-one tour for you.

There are a variety of options for Fes desert tours

As our excursions begin in Fes, you will have the opportunity to spend a full day in the city before embarking on your desert adventure. Fes is home to a plethora of fascinating sights and sounds. As the country’s cultural capital, it’s no surprise that it’s referred to as such. Morocco’s capital city, Rabat, is also located here.

Here are the top things to see in Fes that you’ll see on one of our tours:

  • Fes’s most renowned tannery district, the Chouara Tanneries, is also the city’s biggest. When they refurbished the building in 2016 to make it appear like it had been there since the 17th century, many were surprised. When you arrive, the neighboring balconies provide the ideal vantage points for taking in the scenery. Not to add that the dried earth holes look their best when visited early in the morning when they have been freshly cleansed and painted. Choose a terrace of a high-quality leather store for this purpose. Numbers 10 and 64 on the street are popular choices for tourists. If you’re not interested in buying, you may just disregard the sales pitch since there are so many of them around. To acquire what you need at a reasonable price in Morocco, you’ll need to do some bargaining.
  • A school in the Moroccan city of Fes known as the Madrasa Bou Inania has been named after Faris al-Mutawakkil al-Mutawakkil, the son of the Prophet Muhammad. Talaa Seghira or Talaa Lekbira are the only two options to go to this Madrasa. Dar Al Magana is located on the other side of it. A highly opulent mosque with elements of Moroccan design. The Madrasa is said to have been constructed by the same architect.
  • Please keep in mind that these are only a few of the city’s most notable highlights. For further information, please contact us.

Chefchaouen may be discovered on one of our excursions departing from Fes:

Chefchaouen, sometimes known as the “blue pearl,” is a stunning Moroccan city located in the north. With its blue walls and gorgeous mountains, it draws a large number of visitors.

There are a lot of beautiful things to see and do in this area.

Our two-day trips from Fes to Chefchaouen will take you to the following destinations:

  • Chefchaouen’s old city and Medina provide a variety of retail options. Tourists often consider purchasing some trinkets after strolling through the city’s vibrant streets. Unlike the souks in Marrakech and Fes, the souks in this little town are highly distinct. In contrast to the bustling streets, it has a calming atmosphere. It’s worth noting that, as a point of reference, this city is known for its leather goods, from shoes to coats.
  • Once you’ve had your fill of beautiful Chefchaouen, there is a stunning region called Akchour that you should definitely check out. The beautiful waterfalls in Akchour are a popular tourist spot that is only 30 minutes from the city center.
  • The Kasbah Museum: The gardens, which are in the middle of Medina, are a popular place for tourists to visit. The Kasbah Museum may be found inside of them. A beautiful location with a gallery of fine paintings. Consider paying a visit there if you’re curious about the people or history of this charming city.
  • This is the Plaza Uta al-Hammam in the city of Hammam, like almost every other Moroccan city. The Uta el-Hammam is a nice location to unwind in the heart of Chefchaouen. To get the most out of your trip, you’ll need to be open to eating street cuisine.
To see Ifrane, take a journey through the Moroccan desert with us from Fes.

sahara tours from Fes to Ifrane are available in both private and group formats. To begin your journey to Ifrane, you must first go from Fes across the Middle Atlas Mountains. Last but not least, it’s the most beautiful city in Africa and the seventh most beautiful in the world. The City Garden is the most popular tourist attraction in the city.  

A white lion monument, carved by German prisoners of war during WWII, in a lovely green environment. As previously indicated, Ifrane was formerly a military prison camp, and the monument was sculpted by a German prisoner of war in exchange for his release in 1945. As if that wasn’t enough, Ifrane is home to one of the country’s largest colleges, where students can be seen on the streets outside the palace. 

Skiing is another thing you’d like to do. Considering that Ifrane is the coldest city in Morocco, it receives snow throughout the winter months. So many ski clubs and businesses exist to help you have the time of your life. Alakhaouin University is the name given to it by those who are not native to the area. 

Our individual and group desert trips departing from Fes will take you to the Ziz Valley, where you'll encounter the following:
ThZiz Canyon in Morocco is one of the most beautiful valleys in the country. 
Our Fes desert trips include visits to Ifrane and the High Atlas Mountains before arriving in the Ziz Canyon. 
Erfoud is around 50 kilometers away, and it is one of the country’s largest date sources. 
This place is on the radars of lot of photographers because of the opportunities it offers. 
It’s often referred to be an oasis by locals. 
To learn more about our Desert trips from Fes, including private and group options, feel free to contact us.

Discover Erfoud on one of our group or individual desert tours from Fes:

The city of Erfoud is one of the numerous highlights of our Fes desert tours to Merzouga. Merzouga in the Sahara Desert may be reached in about 40 minutes. Erfoud is recognized as the city of fossils, attracting many archaeologists to explore its buried jewels. It is said that a million years ago, the whole stretch of desert between Erfoud and Merzouga, as well as nearby communities, was covered by a sea. 

That explains why there are so many fossils in the mountains around the last listed city, as well as in the city itself. It is also notable for its enormous oasis of date palm trees. Many kasbahs have stone extraction professionals, so you can watch them chisel on fossils if you’re curious.

During the third week of October, a date festival is traditionally conducted to celebrate the fruit’s peak season. The souk in Rissani may be visited via Erfoud. It’s also known as the sahara street market since it was the first of its kind in the area, according to locals.

Fes desert tours, you may enjoy glamping and camel treks.

Camel treks and a night in a Berber tent are highlights of our Morocco desert trips from Fes, which take place in the Merzouga region. The Erg Chebbi desert is 40 minutes away after seeing everything from Ifrane to Erfoud. The sand dunes of the Erg Chebbi rise up to 150 meters above the city of Casablanca and the Lake of Srij. 

When you arrive in Merzouga, our team will make you feel welcome and offer you a cup of tea made from Berber herbs to help you recharge. Afterwards, you’ll be transported to the camel-riding location. 

In the middle of the Erg Chebbi desert, the camel guy or leader will transport you for around an hour and a half to arrive at your well-equipped tent. At one of the sand dunes, you’ll be able to take in the stunning sunset. At the camp, you may participate in a variety of activities, such as sandboarding.

A day trip to the Merzouga Desert

Many visitors plan a day excursion to explore the desert the next day. Merzouga’s top sights may be explored in style on a 4×4 tour.

Your first discovery is the Hassi Labied oasis, a collection of agricultural fields near the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. Residents of Hassi Labied rely on aquifers to irrigate their gardens and farmland. Also on the itinerary is a visit to the country’s Citizen Auto Museum, which is owned by a wealthy UAE national. You’ll do some exploring before making your way to the settlement of Khamlia. In the hamlet described, you will meet the Touareg people, who have migrated from Gabon, Mali, and other African countries.

You’ll visit the M’Ifiss territory, where there is mining for Kohl and Baryte rocks, after seeing a performance of their traditional music. It was also a possession of the French government in the sixteenth century. After that, you’ll go back to the nomads. Tents fashioned of camel skin are their only means of habitation. Apart from that, each family has its own herd, which is typically tended to by one of the women in the family.

 When you visit these families, you’ll see how they live, how they raise their children, and many other fascinating things. Driving after meeting the nomadic people, you’ll arrive at one of the area’s most popular sights. Afterwards, you’ll return to the Touareg village in time for lunch. When arranging a solo or group fes desert tours to Merzouga, these are the key sights to look forward to.

Desert trekking on camels exclusively in merzouga :

As previously indicated, camel trekking is a popular alternative to Jeep tours for seeing Merzouga’s sights. As a result, we include a full-day camel ride as an option on all of our Fes desert trips, both individual and group. The Jeep trip begins with a camel ride to the last listed sights. Weld Ma, or the Berbers pita bread maker, is the next stop on your tour of Morocco.

 Your camel guy will make sure to stop for rest and scenic vistas along the trip. When you get there, you’ll learn how the Berbers pizza is produced for the first time, brew tea, and have a delicious lunch while seeing merzouga sand dunes. You may either return to your accommodation in Merzouga by taking the same route, or  opt to you spend the night at the tents.

Todgha Gorges is a must-see on every private or small-group Fes desert tours.

The Dades and Todgha Gorges in the south are two of Morocco’s most renowned  and beautiful gorges.You’ll want to go to Tinghir, sometimes known as the “city of dates,” after wi nessing the stunning irrigation systems in Fezna. because of the Todgha Valley, which is one of the country’s largest suppliers of dates. There are several scenic vistas to take in before you begin your journey into the gorges.   
The majority of visitors begin by strolling around.Todgha is a popular destination for families, climbers, and tourists alike.  In  addition, there is a lovely subterranean river in the area. There are also nomads who come with their vehicles to get water from the well. The route used by automobiles  in the region may lead to various towns and little  Berberic villages for those looking to discover more of the High Atlas mountains’ hidden beauties. To inquire about climbing or book one of our private, group, desert tours fom Fes to Marrakech, please contact us.

 

Visit T'issdrin curbs and Dades valley:

Boumalne Dades is around a half-hour drive from Todgha Gorges. 
There are several kasbahs in the area noted for their stunning vistas, making 
it a popular tourist destination. 
It’s a lot like Todgha when it comes to talking about valleys. 
Counting from the gorges to the city’s outskirts, the Dades Valley extends for around 80 kilometers (5km). 
The High Atlas mountain range is home to the Dades Gorges, a group of harsh Wadi Gorges. 
For those who book a Fes desert tours to Marrakech, our crew will ensure that 
you experience all of the sights in Boumalne Dades.  The greatest kasbahs may also be reserved for you as a place to stay. 
You begin by visiting the monkey fingers hills, which are referred to as such by locals.
 You’ll snap some photos at the summit 
because it resembles a pair of monkey fingers. Then you’ll go to T’issdrine curves for some more. 
Finally, a route that might be challenging for non-professional drivers to reach the summit of the Gorges is discussed. 
The Gorges and valleys may be seen from atop a hotel with a stunning outlook.

From Fes to Marrakech, you may take a tour via Rose river.

Ouarzazate may be reached through the Roses Valley or K’laat Megouna after a visit to Boumalne Dades. 
The Valley of the Roses is a little village famed for its beauty and tranquility. 
Most of the town’s jobs are provided by tiny rose water cooperatives centered in the downtown area. 
There is a hill west of the city called M’egoun that bears its name. 
In addition, they have a rosefestival in May, which attracts visitors from all over the world to enjoy 
the many rose seasons.
Fortunately, if you’re interested in learning more about the process of making rose water, our guides on our Fes desert tours can point you in the right direction.

Explore Skoura Amridel Kasbah :

You get into the Kasbah of Amrhidil after visiting the Roses Valley through Skoura. Built in the 17th century, this is one of the most impressive kasbahs in Morocco. The Kasbah Amrhidil rises above the surrounding fortifications after a short trip to the Skoura River. It’s unique in that they’ve preserved a vintage 50 MAD inside. There are also relics from the days when people lived in mud huts, so it’s more like a museum.

The Oasis may be seen from the top of the steps if you make it all the way to the top. This is a great opportunity to view the tribe’s lodging.

The Kasbah’s owners, the Nassiri family, built a modest hotel to supplement their income, and it can be found immediately adjacent to the Kasbah for those who like to spend more time admiring it. In addition, a renowned movie scene was filmed against the building’s sand-colored walls (Lawrence of Arabia).

Tours from Fes to see the sights of Ouarzazate:

Tours from Fes to see the sight In African Hollywood city Ouarzazate, , the journey of a thousand kasbahs begins after the visit to Skoura’s kasbahs.

Kasbah Taourirt is the biggest in Morocco and is located in the city of Ouarzazate. It’s right in the heart of town, after all.

It was held by Thami El Glaoui in the 19th century, and its walls are made of mud and mimic Moroccan style architecture, making it a kind of labyrinth.

The Atlas studios in Ouarzazate, which were created in the 20th century and have been used in several films and television shows, are the second sighting in the Moroccan city. Examples include Game of Thrones and Gladiator.

Fans will be happy to know that their hotel offers a selection of the studio’s classic films for guests to enjoy. Ouarzazate ts:

kasbah Village and ksar Ait Ben Haddou, Morocco :

On our Fes desert tours, you may see Ait Ben Haddou, the biggest and oldest kasbah in Morocco. Many people believe it has been there since the Glaoua family lived there in the 11th century. The Kasbah’s founder, Ben Haddou, is said to be buried in the hills beyond Ait Ben Haddou, where he founded the settlement. Once you arrive, you will be stunned by the length of the Ounila Valley, which is estimated to be in the neighborhood of 50 kilometers.

There is only one way to get to the summit, and that is up the steps. On the journey, you’ll learn how the Kasbah is painted in an old-fashioned manner (mixing green tea with sugar, then burning the paper). Film and television studios are more like the Kasbah. In addition, several Hollywood productions, like Gladiator, were filmed there. And don’t forget about HBO’s Game of Thrones. The magnificent Jewish mosque and the Ounila Valley may be seen from above. If you’d like to learn more about the history of AitBenHaddou, we offer journeys from Marrakech to the region.

Fes to Marrakech, take fes desert tours

Fes to Marrakech  may be done in two ways: on a Marrakech tours or fes desert tours that ends in Marrakech. 
Our travels often conclude with a stop in Marrakech after seeing  everything along the route from Fes. 
From gardens to squares and mosques, this city has a lot to offer. 
To begin, you’ll visit the Bahia Palace or the Gardens Palace with the help of your guide. 
Late in the 19th century, it was renamed the “Brilliance” building. In addition, it’s a garden set. 
Second, we’ll visit the garden of Majorelle, which is situated near  the French Museum of History.
 All of the construction took Jack Majorelle forty years to complete. 
You’ll have to pay a price to get in, but it’s worth it. 
Our third destination will be Koutoubia and Menara Gardens. Toward the conclusion of the tour, you will be able to have a  stroll around Jamaa Lefna’s plaza 
and see the snake charmers,  dancers, and so much more.

Discovering everything that Meknes has to offer:

The cultural center of Marrakech is not far from Meknes. 
So, as part of our tours from Fes, we include a visit to the city with a local guide in the itinerary. 
The first stop on your tour will be Bad El Mansour Laleuj, one of Morocco’s biggest gateways. 
Right in front of Morocco’s most renowned plaza, Lehdim, you’ll find it. 
The Isla Mulay’s formal gate was erected. 
In addition, it and Meknes‘ ancient city are also designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 
The second location you’ll see is Hri-es Souani, a grain storage facility. 
Volibilus, or the Roman ruins, is a Unesco World Heritage Site that dates back to the third century B.C. 
and is located outside of Meknes. 
Fourth, you’ll see Kara Jail, Morocco’s only prison without a door.
 Hundreds of individuals have entered, but no one has been able to go out or find their way out of the place. 
It’s been there since Moulay Ismail’s reign in the 18th century.

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