2 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga Desert

2 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga Desert

This desert tour takes long journeys and long drive but is ideal for the people who are in Fes and desire to explore the Sahara desert but don’t have much time. As Morocco is a big country with lot of things and places to explore, we recommend 3days and 4days desert tour to see many things, and enjoy so much your trip.

If you are in Fes and desire to explore the vast Sahara desert, please feel free to contact us and we will be glad to plan your best itinerary, and please know that the itineraries can be edited according to your needs and requirements.

Overview & Highlights:

  • See Moroccan Switzerland, the beautiful city of Ifrane.
  • Visit the wild monkeys in the cedar forest.
  • Explore Midlet and Zaida; two beautiful Berber towns in the middle atlas.
  • Take in the scenic views as you cross the Atlas Mountains.
  • Enjoy a luxurious drive along Ziz valley, the largest valley in morocco.
  • Experience camel trekking in the Sahara desert.
  • Watch spectacular sunset in the Ergchebbi
  • Spend an unforgettable night in an authentic Berber camp.
  • Visit Rissani and explore its local market.


Day 1: Fes – Ifrane – Atlas Mountains – Ziz valley – Merzouga desert.

2 Days Tour From Fes To Merzouga Desert

Our wonderful desert tour starts from Fes toward the Sahara desert. We will pick you up from your accommodation, making our journey to the south east enjoying the scenic views of the fertile Saiss plain with olive groves as far as the eye can admire, we will pass by Imouzzar, a small beautiful town in the middle atlas which is home of an annually festival of apples.

As we come to pass it we will make a coffee stop in Ifrane, a small ski resort town that is also known as the Swiss village due to its alpine-style architecture. Here you will see yourself transferred to Europe at short notice, in fact here live Austrians, French and wealthy Moroccans, and it’s the most expensive soil in Morocco apart from the big cities.

From there we will drive through the largest cedar forest in Morocco, where you will always find the wild monkeys but they are used to humans and they are happy to be fed, and surprisingly well mannered. The drive continues to Zaida where you will make stop for lunch, enjoying fresh barbecue in one of the many streetside restaurants.

After a quiet stay you will take in the scenery as you cross the Atlas Mountains and enjoying the lush green date and almond trees filling the gorge in Errachidia. Then drive through the luxurious way along Ziz valley, the largest valley in morocco, enjoying panoramic views of the contiguous palm oasis. To Erfoud city, known by its palm trees plantations and fossils expositions.

In the evening we will eventually arrive to the Erg chebbi desert, one of the best Morocco’s highlights, where you will be welcomed by Berber mint tea and homemade Moroccan cookies before meeting your camels for trek into your desert camp, on the way you will enjoy a spectacular sunset in the desert before getting to the camp where you will take some time to relax before enjoying a delicious dinner and live Berber music around camp fire under an amazing starry sky.

Overnight in the Sahara desert.

Day 2: Merzouga – Rissani – Errachidia – Midlet – Azrou – Fes.

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In the morning wake up early if you would like to watch a wonderful sunrise over the dunes, and then take time for a hot shower and traditional Berber breakfast in the camp. After you will ride back your camels to the village or maybe embark on an SUV if one camel is enough.

From there we will start our journey leaving the Sahara desert taking the way back to Fes, making stop to see the old town of Rissani where you can visit the mausoleum of Moulay Ali-Cherif, the final resting place of the current king’s great grandfather and the founder of the current dynasty. The intricate decor on the entrance gate is reminiscent of the Bab Mansour in Meknes, while the interior courtyard has many flowers and date trees.

There you can also explore the local market, which is much more local-oriented than that of Fes and Marrakech. You will find blacksmiths and woodworkers, mountains of olives and spices, and everything from house wares to electronics.

After quiet stay we will continue and pass by Erfoud and Errachidia through the lush Ziz valley and cross the high and middle enjoying the beautiful views until Midlet where you will have lunch, then continue to Azrou, beautiful Berber town known by its market and handicraft cooperatives. In the evening will eventually get to Fes and drop you off in your accommodation where our services will end.



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