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Moroccan Desert Odyssey:

A 8-Day Tour of the Sahara's Natural Wonders, Ancient Traditions, and Hidden Treasures

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8 days


  • Dependent on time of year and on your needs and interests. Contact us for a tour price.
  • We offer reductions of the tour price for children under 12 years.

Tour Includes

  • Transportation with English speaking driver (bottle of water available in the car)
  • 7 nights in hotel and riad
  • Camel ride in the Sahara
  • Daily breakfast
  • Guided tours in Fes and Marrakech
  • Dinner in Merzouga and Boumalen Dades
  • Entrance fees to monuments as per itinerary
  • Portage at the hotel
  • All taxes

Not Included

  • Services not mentioned above
  • Lunches
  • Dinner in Marrakech, Fes, Casablanca
  • Tips


Day 1

Casablanca Airport to Hotel

Our representative will be awaiting your arrival at Casablanca International Airport. Please look for him in the arrivals hall. He will be holding a placard with your name on it. He will escort you to your private vehicle. And drive to Marrakech via highway  for overnight at a Marrakech hotel/riad. 

Day 2

Marrakech (City tour)

An exciting day awaits you as Marrakesh’s heady sights and sounds will dazzle, frazzle and enchant. Our morning city tour will include: Bahia Palace and the Dar Si Said are a riot of tile work and intricate floral painted-wood ceilings. Then, learn about the Berber culture, and follow their steps along the trade routes from North Africa to the Sahel at the Tiskiwin Museum, its displays range from authentic Berber tents and carpets to fine basketwork and ancient jewelry. Continue to Dar El Bacha considered one of the most beautiful palaces in the red city. Visitors can discover the ceiling with multicolored mosaics and Berber-style architecture.  After taking time to go to the Jamaa L’Fna square and witness the astonishing spectacle of Djem find juice stalls, water sellers, and snake charmers by day and dancing boys, storytellers, and magicians by night. Overnight at the hotel.

Day 3

Marrakech – Todgha Canyon

We leave early in the morning from your hotel or riad in Marrakech on the way to Skoura Valley, we cross the high atlas with 2260 meters of height always with an incredible natural landscape until the Kasbah of Aït-Ben-Haddou one of the oldest and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We will visit this site with a local guide and we will lunch nearby.

The Kasbah is a group of several small fortresses, or (Kasbahs), arriving to have ten meters in height each one. Most of the city’s inhabitants now live in a more modern village on the other side of the river; however, eight families still live in the old Kasbah, and making this visit is like stepping into the back of a movie as it has been filmed there several famous films including Lawrence of Arabia, The Mummy, Gladiator, Alexander, and Prince of Persia.

After lunch, we take the road to The Dade’s Valley between the High Atlas Mountains and the Jbel Saghro range at the south.  The area provides one of the largest oases and several Kasbahs.  In fact, a nickname for the region is “Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs” due to the many located throughout the valley.

As one moves through Dade’s Valley it is possible to reach the Dade’s Gorge and the Todgha Gorges (Canyon)

The Grand Canyon area of Todgha gorge is one of the most famous nature landscapes in Morocco, the imposing canyon walls make this place one of the most stunning rock formations in all of North Africa.

There is a road that runs the length of the gorge, the walls are smooth and rise impressively on both sides. Sunlight struggles to reach this part of the valley, and the river water is ice-cold.

In this impressive place, we will stay for the night and have dinner at riad.

Day 4

Todgha Canyon – Merzouga

Breakfast at your hotel with incredible views of the Dade’s Valley.

We drive from Todgha to visit the grand Moroccan canyon. Lunch on the canyons region before returning on the road to Merzouga.

After lunch, we continue driving to Merzouga and we will stop to see some old tunnels made in the desert that served to capture water from the underground rivers around the 14 century then continue to Erfoud the last city before Merzouga.

Arriving in Merzouga we will have your camels ready to take you on a 1 hour ride to your camp.

You will have dinner in the desert after you can enjoy joining the barbers and listen the music by the fire before you go to rest in your private berbere tent.

Day 5

Merzouga – Fez

Wake up early in the morning to see the sun rising at the top of a sand dune then have your breakfast and enjoy one more hour camel ride back to our car in Merzouga.

Our final destination will be the city of Fez but until then there will be a day full of good experiences and fantastic landscapes.

On our way to the north we will do a short stop in Midelt, the great charm of this small town lies in its location between the Middle Atlas and the Grand Atlas. It is surrounded by mountains and has a fantastic Atlas landscape.

Soon we will arrive to Ifrane city, On the outskirts of the city there are three protected natural areas: The Ifrane National Park, to the northwest, the Cedar Forest to the south, and the Ifrane Game Reserve to the northeast. Located at an altitude of 5,460 feet above sea level in the Middle Atlas region, this small hill town has a Swiss alpine feel to it.

Due to the high altitude, snow is abundant in winter and has cool summer weather which may be an “exotic touch” to our trip.

In the landscape arise forests of giant cedars and colonies of monkeys similar to those that populate the rock of Gibraltar.

We will arrive in Fez city in the end of the day and will drop you of in your hotel.

Day 6

Fez (City tour)

Welcome to Fes, the most monumental of the Imperial Cities. The medina of Fès el-Bali (Old Fez), a World Heritage site, is an assault on the senses, a warren of narrow lanes and covered bazaars bursting with aromatic food stands, and craft workshops, mosques, and an endless parade of people. We will walk along narrow, uneven alleyways, with daylight filtering down from above high gray walls, flanked by tables heaped with spices, dried fruits, fresh fish or silk, and leather garments. Residents of Fez have been selling goods and working metal by hand in the medina since medieval times, and today’s generation works in the same stalls their ancestors once did. And everywhere, there are cats, scrounging, prowling, and sleeping – the mascots of the medina. Here, in the heart of Fez, the old and the new constantly collide – the man driving the donkeys and mules is likely to be chatting on his mobile phone, while the ancient skyline is punctuated equally with satellite dishes and minarets.

The city tour will include; Bab Boujloud, Mellah, and Jamaa Al-Karaouine the oldest continually operating university in the world. Founded in 859, virtually every surface of its quiet inner courtyard is decorated with highly detailed, delicately carved geometric patterns. Entering this graceful place hidden in the medina lifts a veil on an ancient culture that once kept outsiders at arm’s length. The Medersa Bouanania complex is the spiritual heart of Fez & Morocco. The Chaouwara tanneries are the city’s most iconic sights (and smells), offering a unique window into the pungent, natural process of producing world-class leather by methods that have changed little since medieval times. Time permitting, we will also visit clay workshops, artisan quarters, the souks of the largest and oldest medina in Morocco, and Batha Museum (a former Royal Palace converted into a museum in 1916 with over 6,000 collections).

Day 7

Fez to Casablanca

Today after breakfast we will drive to Casablanca via highway.

Casablanca, or ‘Casa’ as the locals call it is the largest and most populated city in Morocco; it is also the busiest port and its economic and industrial capital accounts for more than half of the country’s industrial output. The atmosphere is more cosmopolitan than in other parts of the country, with Western dress and fashions predominating. Start discovering Morocco’s largest city and economic capital, Casablanca is the best representation of the modern nation. A brief highlight tour will cover include those at Pl Mohammed V, and new public buildings include the Grand Theater de Casablanca. The city’s handsome Moresque buildings, which meld French-colonial design and traditional Moroccan style, are seen best downtown area, the Quartier Habous and in the beachside suburb of Ain Diab, and The flamboyant building of Hassan II Mosque (interior). If you only visit one place in Casablanca, make it the Hassan II Mosque, sitting in a picturesque location on the sea. Inaugurated in 1993, its minaret is the tallest structure in Morocco and the tallest minaret in the world. While the exterior and surrounding area are impressive, what makes this mosque unique is that it is one of the few mosques in the country that non-Muslims can enter. Continue to your hotel overnight.


Day 8

Departure day

Today, we will assist you to Casablanca airport for your return flight.

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