Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ouarzazate, sometimes known as “African Hollywood,” and take photos at Atlas, the continent’s second-largest studio.
Taourirt, Morocco, is home to a kasbah. Roses Valley is a town in Megna. Camel rides in Dades Valley lead to the Merzouga desert. Spend the night in the midst of the dunes in a Berber tent while on a trip to Erg Chebbi to meet Nomads.
Berber-controlled hamlets The Rissani Markt will be passed on the way to Fes. Erfoud’s Ziz Midelt Valley The Middle Atlas Mountains, Azrou’s Cedar Forest, Ifrane, and Marrakech will all be visited.
Itinerary : 3 DAYS FROM FES TO MARRAKECH
Day One: Fes, Ifrane, Cedar Forest, Midelt, Ziz Valley, and Merzouga.
Today we begin our 4-day travel from Fes to Marrakech over the Sahara desert, departing from Fes for Merzouga. You’ll pass through a beautiful cedar forest and through the Middle Atlas Mountain range to the mineral-mining city of Midelt, where you’ll stop for lunch. The path continues through the beautiful Ziz valley, known for its length and diversity of palm palms. All the way down the route, there are many ksars, or little communities with individual dwellings. We next proceed to Erfoud, which is famous for its fossils and date festival. After around 7 hours of driving, you will arrive in Merzouga Sahara Desert, your last destination. Dinner and evening at a Kasbah hotel.
Merzouga (Erg Chebbi) > Todra gorges » Dades Valley Day 2
Your day starts with a lovely dawn, followed by a filling dinner. Following that, you return to Merzouga to pick up your car and continue your adventure along the challenging Road of a Thousand Kasbahs to the spectacular gorges of Todra Gorge. For many years, Hollywood blockbusters such as Jewel of the Nile and The Last Temptation of Christ have utilized this location as a background. We may take in the spectacular panorama as we reach the Todra gorges, where water sources stream between the cliffs. For a short time, explore the Todra Gorge’s towering pink and gray granite cliffs that surround you. We’re back in the Dades Valley. Dinner and evening at a Kasbah hotel.
Day 3: Dades Valley, Ouarzazat, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, and Marrakech.
After breakfast in your accommodation, we will journey via the Dades Valley to Kalaa M’gouna (the city of roses) and Ouarzazat. The “Way of a Thousand Kasbahs” path through Dades Valley gives several opportunities to snap some of your trip’s greatest images. The biggest Kasbah in Morocco, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, was built in the early 1900s by T-Hami El Glaoui, one of the last Berber chieftains. It was once one of his stops on his long trek from the Sahara to Marrakech. Visit the Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. After lunch, we’ll switch directions and drive via high Atlas mountains with panoramic vistas and charming Berber communities to Marrakech, where the 4-day adventure from Fes to Marrakech across the Sahara desert concludes.