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Merzouga Sahara Tour

Visit Fes As most important cultural city in Morocco

Camel ride in desert


We will meet you at the Casablanca airport and drive you to Casablanca and then to Rabat. The Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca is the largest mosque outside of Mecca. Before checking into your overnight accommodation in a riad in the heart of the Medina, continue to Rabat, Morocco's capital. You'll see the Hassan Tower and the Oudaya Kasbah.


We will travel to Chefchaouen via Asilah after breakfast in your riad. The majority of the journey will be along the coast. Our first stop will be in Asilah, where you will have time to explore. Asilah is known for its annual art festival, with famous artists from all over the world painting most of the Medina's walls. The Skalla fortress is included in your tour, and it offers a spectacular view of the Medina and the sea. You will take a drive through Tanger if time allows to get a feel for the city. After that, you'll continue to Chefchaouen via the Rif Mountains' foothills. Stay in a traditional Moroccan riad for the night.


You will begin your exploration of Chefchaouen, Morocco's "blue city," after breakfast in your riad. Chefchaouen, with its white washed walls and blue doors and windows, is a beautiful unique city situated at the foot of two higher mountains. Chefchaouen, unlike many other parts of Morocco, was occupied by Spain, and as a result, there is a strong influence of Spanish civilisation and Moorish architecture. You will have free time in the afternoon. This gives you the freedom to wander around unguided or simply enjoy some alone time. In the same riad for the night.


After breakfast in your riad, you'll depart for Fes via Ouazzan and Volubilis, a Roman city. After a few hours of driving, you'll arrive in Volubilis, the well-preserved Roman empire dating from 225 BC, where you'll find some of Morocco's most beautiful mosaics dating from the 3rd century BC. You will be given a guided tour of the site and will learn a lot about the Roman Empire while doing so. After that, we travel to Meknes, Morocco's Ismaili capital. In Meknes, we see the Sultan My Ismail's fascinating gate Bab Mansour, as well as the granary and the Sahrij Souani, which are used for irrigation and plantation. The Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail is also included in your visit. We then proceed to Fes via the highway. In the medina, spend the night in a posh riad.


After breakfast in your riad, you will begin your exploration of Fes, Morocco's "Spiritual City." You will spend the entire morning exploring the Medina and its alleyways, visiting most of the cultural and historical sites of interest, such as the famous Al Karaouine Mosque and University (the world's oldest), the Medrasa Bouanania, the Tanneries, and the Najjarine fountain. We'll take you outside the Medina after lunch to see the Royal Palace gate, walk through the Jewish quarter "the Mellah," and then visit a pottery cooperative. In the afternoon, we'll take you to one of the fortresses for a breathtaking panoramic view of Fes' entire Medina. The same riad will be your home for the night.


After breakfast in your riad, depart for Merzouga via Midelt and Errachidia in the southeast. Your first stop will be in Ifran, also known as "Morocco's Switzerland," before continuing to Merzouga via Midelt and the Ziz Valley. You'll get glimpses of the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains on this journey. Stopping at the famous cedar forest, Morocco's largest, where you may see Barbarian apes. As you approach Errachidia, you'll notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert. Following lunch in Midelt, your journey continues along the lush Ziz Valley, with stops along the way for panoramic views. We'll travel to Erfoud via welcoming Berber villages, and then to Rissani, the birthplace of Morocco's current ruling royal family, the Alaouite. When you arrive in Merzouga late at night, you'll be greeted with a glass of mint tea before checking into your riad.


You will begin your exploration of the area after breakfast in the riad. You'll go to the Gnawa people, who were originally brought from Sudan as slaves, to learn about their culture and music. After that, we'll drive through the desert, where you'll have the chance to meet and learn about nomad families who still live in Berber tents. Today's lunch will be a Berber pezza (local dish) prepared by a local family. You can also go to the souk in Rissani, a traditional town that was the birthplace of Morocco's ruling family and the meeting point for caravans trading all the way to Timbuctou in Mali. There are a lot of hooded men and veiled women here. In the afternoon, you'll embark on a guided camel ride through Merzouga's sand sea, led by an experienced camel man. You'll spend the night at our desert camp, where you'll eat your dinner. The camp is equipped with flush toilets for your convenience.


Your camel guide will wake you up to witness what could be the most beautiful sunrise you've ever seen. After that, you'll trek back to Merzouga, stopping along the way to take in the unique beauty of the spectacular Erg Chebbi sand dunes, which change with the light as the day progresses. After breakfast in your riad, depart for the Dades Valley, where you will visit the Todgha Gorges. After lunch in the valley, you can go on an optional hour-long hike through the fields to see an old mud village, meet locals, and learn about the culture. Continue on through Dades Valley, where you will be able to see majestic sand castles and the incredible "monkey toes" rock formations. Overnight in a hotel with a view of the Dades Valley.


You will travel through the Dades Valley to Kalaa M'gouna and Ouarzazate after breakfast in the hotel. The route through Dades Valley is known as the "Kasbah Road," and it offers numerous opportunities to capture some of your best photographic moments of the trip. Today, you'll have the chance to meet Berber nomads in their caves. Then you'll get to see the lush Rose Valley and the interesting rock formations along the way. We'll make a pit stop in Kalaat M'gouna, or "rose city," to buy rosewater, which will keep your linen smelling fresh long after your trip is over. Following that, you'll visit the Kasbah Ameridil, a well-preserved kasbah in the area, followed by some light hiking in the valley. We will stop for lunch at a traditional Moroccan restaurant with a view of the entire valley. Today you will have the opportunity to meet nomad families who live in caves and learn about their way of life. After lunch, we travel to Ouarzazate, dubbed "Africa's Hollywood" because of its geography and beautiful landscapes, which has attracted many world-class film producers. The night will be spent in a traditional riad.


You will travel to Marrakech via the dramatic Tizi Ntichka Pass after breakfast in your riad. Today you'll visit Ait Benhaddou's famous Kasbah. T-hami El Glaoui, one of the last Berber chieftains, built the largest Kasbah in Morocco at the end of the 19th century to be one of his stops on his long trading routes to Timbuctu in Mali. Many members of the Glaoui family now live in the Kasbah. Your journey will continue through the majestic Tizi n'Tichka in the high Atlas mountains before arriving in Marrakech after visiting the Kasbah. In the oldest medina, spend the night in a Riad.


After breakfast in the riad, you will begin your exploration of Marrakech, Morocco's "Red City." Your guide will make sure you see the majority of the historical and cultural highlights, such as the famous Jemaa El Fna square, the Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian tombs, the Palace of Bahia, and the Ben Youssef Coranic School. Lunch at a restaurant near the square, followed by a visit to the Majorelle Gardens and a short tour of Marrakech's new city. The same riad will be our home for the night.


The hustle and bustle of Marrakech quickly slips away as you travel to and enter into the peace and beauty that is Essaouira. This ancient city on the West Atlantic coast of Africa literally means “wall” in the Berber language, and you’ll soon discover why. Travelers from all over the world come here to experience the very special weather, and explore its diverse and unique history.As we leave Marrakech, we drive through lush valleys filled with orange groves, ancient olive trees and working farms on the drive to the coast. After a short while, we arrive in Chichaoua, where we can take a short break for a coffee or snack . Once you have had the chance to refuel a bit, we will continue on, soon coming upon our first signs of the Argan trees. These special trees are valued for their nutritive, cosmetic and numerous medicinal properties.  After all of your morning travels, you arrive in Essouira, where you have the chance to wander the ancient streets and can imagine what life existed here in the past. The streets have a genuinely Portuguese feel, after they renamed the city in the 16th century and used it as a port city of their own. Overnight in authentic riad.


Breakfast at the riad , then start our explorative journey of the city. You’ll visit the Skala Fortress; see Thuya wood carved by artisans; walk through the alleys of the medina and view hundreds of handicrafts. Today you will have lunch in a Moroccan way, freshly bought fishes ‘cooked to order’. In the afternoon, you will have some free time to wander around , go to the beach and enjoy time to yourselves. Essaouira is also referred to as The "City of the Wind" and it attracts surfers from all over the world. Essaouira knew many civilisations - including the Portuguese occupation, which affects much of its architecture - however, it remains a small village with much history. We stay overnight in Essaouira riad/hotel.


We will drive you to the airport for your departure flight after breakfast in your riad. Your tour comes to a close at the airport.


Visit Ait Benhaddou and Ouarzazate's film studios.

We explore Todgha gorges with optional trekking (if time allows)

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Reservation / Contact

Years of experience as an English-speaking driver/guide

Transport in a air-conditioned 4x4 car

We will pick you up and return you to your hotel.

Tips and what's not mentioned

Flights to and from Morocco

Beverages and lunches


Your overnight stay in the Sahara desert includes dinner and breakfast.

Accommodation in a hotel or riad, or in desert tents in a desert camp.

Camel ride to the desert camp (1 camel per person)

Morocco Excursions 4x4 provides economical private tours from Casablanca that do not sacrifice excellent service, trustworthy transportation, or pleasant accommodations. We do not provide "low-cost" holidays, but we may arrange an economical tour from Casablanca for singles, couples, small or large groups. Our itineraries are designed for the mid-level budget traveler, however we may modify certain alternatives for those on a tighter budget or seeking a more premium experience.

Tell us what you're looking for, and we'll work with you to plan a vacation that matches your goals and fits within your budget. Your private tour from Casablanca includes hotels, breakfasts, and most meals, as well as the services of an English-speaking local driver. Lunches, snacks, and any other costs, such as entry or tipping, are not included in the price.

Cost for Tour from Casablanca will vary based on:

The time of year in which you travel

The number of individuals who travel - the greater the number of people who travel, the cheaper the cost per person.

The number of days you would want to spend on tour from Casablanca.

We typically reserve 3 and 4 star riads and/or mid-range hotels, although luxury or budget accommodations can also be arranged.

Round journeys are less expensive than one-way travels.

Payments for Tour from Casablanca

Tour reservations from Casablanca are confirmed upon receipt of a 25% payment. Upon your request, we will send you an invoice with payment details for your desired Tour from Casablanca.

Direct bank transfers, PayPal, and Western Union are all acceptable methods of deposit.

Receipts will be mailed once the deposit is received. The remaining amount can be paid to the driver in cash (Euro, Dollars, or Moroccan Dirham) before the start of the tour.

You can pay the balance with a credit card or a direct bank transfer, but there will be a 4% fee.

When calculating the total cost of your Casablanca Tour, please refer to the tipping information.

For cancellation policy for this Tour from Casablanca click here.


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