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2 day Fes to Marrakech Sahara tour is in our humble opinion the better way to use 2-day Fes to Marrakech desert tour than by traveling through the majestic, the marvelous, and magical Morocco. We make sure to gather the most important, including Fes, Merzouga desert, Todra gorges, and plenty of villages and grieves to relax. After camel trekking experience and a night spent in Berber camp, you will feel Moroccan in no time.
A private driver from Viajes Morocco company, will pick you up from your hotel/riad in the morning to start your 2 Days Desert trip Fes to Marrakech, drive to Merzouga Sahara Desert through the Middle Atlas mountains, where the first stop will be in Ifrane, known as Morocco’s Switzerland, which was established by the French in 1930, and Azrou, where we’ll get a chance to explore the famous Cedar forest, home of the Berber apes.
We’ll continue on Mountain roads overlooking the Ziz Valley, passing through Kasbahs as well as palm groves, head toward Erg Chebbi. Upon arrival, we will start our camel ride to the desert camp, after stops in the middle of the golden sand dunes, enjoying watching the beautiful sunset, continuing to the camp, where after a traditional dinner we will spend the night in the night in the middle of dunes.
On your second day of Fes to Marrakech 2 day Morocco tour, you will wake up early to enjoy the incredible image of the sunrise over the dunes of Merzouga. After that, ride the camel back to the hotel for a delicious breakfast. Then, be ready for an amazing drive to Marrakech passing by Todra Gorges, Kelaat Mgouna, Dades valley, Skoura, and Ouarzazate, where we will have lunch. On a full stomach, we will have a stop in the famous kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou or quick visit depending on the season, then start crossing the impressive High Atlas mountains through Tizi-n-Tichka pass, while enjoying superb views and authentic Berber villages on the way. Arrival to Marrakech in the afternoon/evening, drop you off at your accommodation where our 2-day from Fes to Marrakech via Sahara desert ends.
Additional info about the 2 day fes to marrakch sahara tour
How to book?
Basically send us a booking demand through our booking structure, we will reply back under 12 hours, in case you don’t get noticed from us, you should check your trash inbox or resend us a text message / call us.
How to pay for the tour?
To confirm the 2-day from Fes to Marrakech via Sahara desert or activity, we require a small deposit to be paid over PayPal to our account, the balance is due in cash at the pick-up, to be paid to your driver in Dollars or equivalent in Euros or dirhams.
Is it possible to pay the total with PayPal?
Normally we ask for the balance payments in cash because PayPal also has many transaction fees and operational delays since it’s an international institution. We can in some cases accept the full payment via PayPal however a 5% fee will be applied to cover the extra transaction charges. In case you are considering this method, it is best to arrange the payment before the tour.
For a full refund, cancel at least 15 days in advance of the start date of the experience.
Everything was great with Viajes Morocco. The guide, the tour…it all was an incredible experience! I really hope I can do it again.
Booked our private tour with Viajes Morocco. It was an excellent trip from start to finish
One of the best trips so far! My brother, his girlfriend, and I took a 7-day tour with Viajes Morocco. I can’t recommend it enough. Our guides were very nice, and helpful.
What an amazing experience! If you want a great authentic experience, go with these guys! We loved Yussef and Moha! Moha was so knowledgeable and really taught us a lot about the Berber culture. (…) I’m already planning my next trip and I’ll definitely be contacting them!
We felt like family with Ahmed and his crew of great hosts. We were picked up in Marrakech and spent a wonderful two days and one night in the desert, with splendid views of the Atlas Mtns and the Sahara and everything in between. (…). Highly, highly recommended 🙂