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Eight Days Tour From Fez To Fez

1st day: Fez-Rabat

The program usually begins at 8 am as we depart from Fez towards the Roman ruined city Volubilis and the imperial city Meknes after that. The ultimate stop of the day will be the capital city: Rabat. There, we will spend the night in hotel.

2nd Day: Rabat-Marrakech

 After breakfast, we will go to explore Rabat. The program includes visiting Oudaya Kasbah and the Hassan Tower. Then, we will drive to visit the Hassan II Mosque at Casablanca, which is open to non-Muslims.  The next destination is Marrakesh. Night and dinner are going to be served there.

3rd Day: What is Marrakech?

The day’s program is about exploring the Red City. We will pay a visit to most significant places in Marrakesh, such as Jemaa El Fna, The Bahia Palace, Majorelle Gardens, The Quranic school of  Yusuf Son of Tashfin, The Koutoubia Mosque, and the Saadian Tombs.

4thDay: Marrakech-Ouarzazate

The program starts as we depart from Marrakesh to Ouarzazate at 8 am. We get there via The pass of Tizi n’Tichka. Later on, we pay a visit to Telouet Kasbah. The next  Kasbah is of Ait BenHaddou, which is a world heritage site according to UNESCO. We will visit some of the studios that gained Ouarzazate its reputation as the Hollywood of Morocco. Then, we will go to a nice hotel.

5th Day: Ouarzazate-Dades Gorges

After breakfast, we will pay a visit to Taourirt Kasbah, Skoura Oasis, Dades Gorges, and the valley of Roses. After lunch, we will visit some nomads to share a glass of tea with them. Then, we will spend the night in a hotel at Dades.

6th day: Dades Gorges-Merzouga

The program starts by exploring the amazing valleys and gorges of Dades and Toudgha. Then we will go to some Tafilalt towns like Tinjdad and Erfoud before we finally stop at Merzouga. Then, we will take the camels towards the dunes of Erg Chebbi. We will spend the night in camp with the nomads who are going to entertain us with their music.

7th Day: Merzouga –Midelt

 After breakfast and shower at the hotel, we will visit Erfoud to check some fossils and buy souvenirs. Then, we will go to Midelt for lunch. We will spend the rest of the day at a nice hotel in this town.

8th Day: Midelt-Fez

 The last day of our tour will take us back to Fez. We will drop you wherever you want to go.

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Our tours depend on your location. Wherever your location is, you are going to be welcomed by our special team to take care of you during the tours. If you are traveling by car or by bus or even on foot, our professional team is always there to keep an eye on you to enjoy the nature and landscapes.

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“The Moroccan Trips” company is a very experienced enterprise in the domain of tourism and organizing trips. The company provides its clients with unlimited services and facilities. We organize tours using camels, cars, minivan, bus, and other means of transportation.
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INCLUDED IN PRIVATE TOUR FROM FES:

  • Pick up from your hotel in Marrakech
  • Modern air conditioned 4×4 vehicle or Minibus
  • Local guides for camel trek in Merzouga
  • Sunrise and sunset camel treks
  • Desert tents at a desert camp
  • Breakfasts and dinners
  • Accommodation in hotels / riads
  • Airport / Train station / Bus station transfers to your hotel

NOT INCLUDED IN PRIVATE TOUR FROM FES:

  • Personal purchases
  • Lunches during Morocco tour
  • drinks
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