3 Days / 2 Nights tour from Marrakech to Fes via Merzouga (Erg Chebbi)

Day 1 Marrakech - Ouarzazate - Ait ben haddou - Dades valley

We will pick up you at 08am at your hotel/riad then we travel to the south of High Atlas Mountains via Tizi-n-Tichka(2260m).A spectacular road of red mountains and berber villages.We will visit Ait ben-Haddou(listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO 1987),the most famous berber village of making movies in Morocco such as Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiators, Prince of Persia….We Cross the oasis of Skoura to carry on to valley of roses, the only place in Morocco where we harvest Damascus rose of which we extract some products like rose water and rose oil best for skin treatment and anti-wrinkles. Deep in Dades Valley will be the last thing to see for today as it has a beautiful formation of rocks which looks like a natural sculpture. Spend the night in Local Hotel by the river .Overnight in Dades Valley.

Day 2 Dades valley - Todra gorge - Rissani - Merzouga dunes

Today after breakfast we continue our trip to Toudra valley. It is considered as one of the old valley in Morocco for caravans trading and where the first Moroccan money was made out of silver. A beautiful valley of 15 km of date palms ends up with a spectacular Gorges, mainly used for rock climbing and picnics. There are many oases on the way to Merzouga for instance Eljerf where an old underground system of irrigation is still used in there dry lands. Besides, Arfoud where you will see the fossil’s factory. These fossils are witnesses of an era of 5 hundred million years ago. Next place will be Merzouga where you can go for a camel ride and enjoy sunset in the amazing red dunes of Erg Chebbi. Overnight in berber camp.

Day 3 Erg Chebbi - Merzouga - Midelt -Ifrane - Fes

Rise early to greet the new day and, after mint tea and breakfast, return across the desert on your camels to shower and depart. Transfer direct from Merzouga to Fes along the Ziz Valley Gorge and via Azrou and the cedar forests.

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