3 days tour from Fes to Merzouga

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Tour overview

This 3 days tour from Fes to Merzouga is an excellent way to experience Morocco‘s natural beauty and cultural richness. You’ll take scenic drives through the Atlas Mountains and the Ziz Valley, stopping at interesting places along the way, and enjoy traditional Moroccan hospitality, including delicious meals and local entertainment. You’ll be able to ride camels, explore the desert, and learn about the nomadic way of life in Merzouga. Overall, this tour provides a well-rounded and unforgettable experience for those looking to see the best of Morocco in a short period of time.

Tour itinerary

Day 1: Fes to Merzouga

The first day of the tour will begin early in the morning with a departure from Fes for the desert town of Merzouga. You’ll pass through several interesting and scenic areas along the way, including the Atlas Mountains, Ifrane, and the Ziz Valley.

You’ll be able to stop and take photos at various points along the way, as well as enjoy the stunning natural scenery of the area. Before continuing on to Merzouga, you’ll stop for lunch in a local restaurant.

When you arrive in Merzouga, check into your hotel or camp and take some time to relax and refresh. Before retiring for the night, you’ll enjoy a traditional Moroccan dinner and a local musical performance.

Day 2: Merzouga Desert Tour

The second day of the tour will be spent exploring the desert around Merzouga. The morning will begin with a camel ride to the top of the sand dunes to watch the sunrise over the desert.

You’ll then return to your camp or hotel for breakfast before embarking on a desert tour. You’ll visit nomad settlements, oases, and other interesting sites in the area, as well as meet locals and learn about their way of life.

You’ll eat lunch somewhere local or in the desert before continuing your exploration until late afternoon. You’ll return to your camp or hotel in the evening for dinner and another night in the desert.

Day 3: Merzouga to Fes

After breakfast on the third and final day of the tour, you’ll depart Merzouga and begin your journey back to Fes. You’ll stop at several interesting places along the way, including the Todra Gorge, the Dades Valley, and the Skoura Oasis.

After lunch, you’ll continue through the Atlas Mountains until you arrive in Fes in the late afternoon or early evening. The tour concludes with a drop-off at your hotel or another location in Fes of your choice.

Overall, this 3-day private tour from Fes to Merzouga is an excellent way to experience Morocco’s natural beauty and cultural richness. It’s an experience you won’t soon forget, with a knowledgeable guide, comfortable accommodations, and plenty of opportunities for adventure and relaxation.

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Amazing holiday in a wonderful place

Visiting Morocco was a wish on my bucket list and with the help of Said Ouattou this wish was made easier. The itinerary was planned very well and each day was filled with different activities which made this experience an unforgettable one. Hicham, the driver, was best driver that anyone could have. He was friendly, gave us information about the places that we were driving through and when we asked for something, for example a restaurant, to take us to a particular place, wanted a tour guide to take us around Marrakech, etc. he always made sure to accommodate us. Moreover, it was value for money, the amount paid was worth it because we had a very relaxed holiday, all planned well from the very start. Most of the hotels were clean and reflected the Moroccan culture. Moreover, most of the hotels provided delicious breakfast and sometimes dinner as well. I high recommend going to Morocco and using the services provided by Said.

Janica S

Fun holiday

We really enjoyed our holiday in Morocco thanks to the great service offered by Said and his team. Special thanks to our driver who was very helpful and extremely patient and knowledgeable.
The campsite was comfortable, however the camps were too hot even with the windows and door opened, a fan would be nice. The hotel air conditioning did not function and it was extremely hot and stuffy in the rooms. We were supposed to have sepeatete rooms however the hotel was fully booked and we had to share a room with friends. However this seems to be the laid back way of the locals. Breakfast and dinner were average, however the staff was very accommodating. Highly recommend the service, since the trip was planned out very well.

Mary S

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