Sahara desert tour from Fes, Fes to Merzouga 2 days trip
A 2 days Sahara desert excursion departing from Fes is available via Morocco Expedition (Fes to Merzouga 2 day trip).
About This Tour
Trip from Fes to Merzouga in 2 days includes and excludes the following activities:
On a 2 day excursion, these are the top points of the itinerary:
2 Days trip from Fes to Merzouga itinerary's overview:
Because of its proximity to the Sahara, the country of Morocco attracts a large number of visitors each year. Merzouga is a highly renowned site where you may ride camels and enjoy a night at the desert camp. As a result, we’ve put up a trip that works for groups of every size, whether you’re a pair, a family, or a group of friends. Furthermore, we will be given the privilege of making adjustments as needed.
The Fes to Merzouga 2-day journey opens the door for visitors to see the Sahara desert and the towering sand dunes of Merzouga. In addition, we’ll meet you in Fes at your hotel, airport, or other place of lodging. We will go to many exciting places, including the magnificent African metropolis of Ifrane. There are also traditional Berber homes, which are reminiscent of Moroccan architecture. Also, the valleys and rivers are beautiful sights to see. When you reach the beautiful town of Merzouga, you may ride camels and see a breathtaking desert sunset.
Before returning the same route to Fes, you will spend a wonderful night beneath the stars listening to Berber music.
The schedule for a two day excursion from Fes to Merzouga:
The first day involves traveling from Fes to the desert of Merzouga through the cities of Ifrane and Erfoud.
At your convenience, we may meet in Fes at any central location to begin our two-day Sahara desert excursion. Setting off towards Morocco’s largest desert.
Beginning in the center of the Atlas Mountains, we will first begin to sketch our route to Ifrane. The green mountains of this range are well-known, as are the expansive vistas of the surrounding Berber communities. Additionally, Ifrane is often referred to as “small Switzerland” or “the Switzerland of Morocco.” Because it’s the best city in Africa and the seventh best in the world. There will be plenty of time for strolling about and getting acquainted with the neighborhood after you arrive.
Midelt, well known as the “city of apples,” is our next stop on our grand trip. In addition, this is the first city in all of Morocco to cultivate apple orchards on a large scale. Your driver will next take you over the high Atlas Mountains, where you may get some great photos.
After passing through Erfoud, the city in the valley of Ziz will be your third point of interest before reaching the desert of Merzouga.
Upon arrival at Merzouga, you will be greeted with mint tea before embarking on your camel ride. Additionally, around 40 minutes before sunset, your camel driver will take you to the greatest panoramic view site in the area. After shooting some stunning photos, you’ll reach the camp, where you may try your hand at sandboarding and other fun sports.
When it’s time for supper, the crew will build a fire and set the scene with some lively Berber tunes while you dine beneath the stars.
Traveling from the desert of Merzouga to the city of Fes through the valley of Ziz and the city of Ifrane on Day 2:
Our second day of exploring the Sahara desert will begin at around 8:00 am when we depart Fes. The counselors at the camp will rouse you to see the dawn. The latter group will either be at the campsite or the inn. The first step of our adventure will be to leave the breathtaking Merzouga Desert in the Sahara. In addition, we visited most of the interesting sights on the first day. Return stops are customizable depending on your preferences. Your driver will also plan pit stops at other interesting locations along the way.
When our two-day Sahara desert trip from Fes comes to a close, your driver will drop you off at your hotel.
Reviews for a 2 day trip from Fes to Merzouga:
Tour of the Merzouga Desert
Friends of ours just got back from a trip to Morocco. This was an amazing adventure. Instead of a one-night, two-day tour with Touring In Morocco, we opted to stay three nights in the desert, and we think it was a fantastic decision. The luxurious, fully-equipped camp in the heart of the Erg Cheddi sand dunes. Additionally, the rooms are great, the mattresses are really soft, there are side tables, a pouf, drink, and fruit, and there is a fruit bowl. The restroom was spotless and well-stocked. Bathrobes, toilet paper, shampoo, soap… There were a variety of places to unwind, such hammocks, swings, reading nooks, card tables, and even a snowboarding section. Breakfast and supper were both really tasty and filling. I had a wonderful day and no complaints. Incredibly appreciative of your kind reception and for providing us with the opportunity to have such a memorable adventure.
An exciting camel ride for the whole family
Aziz was our fantastic driver; he disproved the stereotype that Moroccans are terrible motorists by driving as safely, if not safer, than Italians. Amazing journey; saw many stunning locations; not only in the Desert. From the Grand Canyon to the Grand Gorge, from the Atlas Mountains to a palm tree-filled oasis: Morocco has it all. What a fantastic nation, and our guide was excellent, suggesting not just the greatest places to eat, but also the best spots to take pictures and participate in other activities (like feeding the monkeys). This tour company and itinerary is one that we would recommend to everyone.
Absolutely fantastic two-day excursion
Our two-day excursion to Fes and Merzouga was unforgettable. Our tour guide Aly was excellent in every aspect; she was kind, knowledgeable, and accommodating during the whole trip, and she was always prompt and prepared to answer any questions or address any concerns that arose. If you don’t want to drive yourself and don’t have a lot of time, this is the perfect tour for you.
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2 days Sahara desert trip from Fes locations’ overview:
Ifrane, sometimes known as the “little Switzerland of Morocco,” is where you will begin your 2 days excursion into the Sahara desert after departing from Fes.
It is located in the Meknes-Fes area and serves as the capital of the province of Ifrane; in 2014, the population was around 73,782 people.
Ifrane is often regarded as the best city in all of Africa and the sixth best city in the world. In addition to this, it is the city in Africa with the lowest recorded temperature, which was -28 degrees Celsius in the winter.
After a two-day journey beginning in Fes, you will finally arrive in Ifrane, where you will be transferred to a location known as the Garden city. renowned for the statue of the white lion.
Ifrane served as a concentration camp for incarcerated people during the second world war. It was a requirement that a German soldier sculpt the statue of the white lion in order to earn his release.
In addition, King Mohammed VI of Morocco lives in the region and has a palace there; he often visited the city because of its beautiful scenery in the past.
There are a number of different ski clubs available to anyone who like skiing in Ifrane. Taking everything into consideration, Ifrane receives the most snowfall of any Moroccan city during the winter months.
Cedar forests in the Azrou region:
One of the most extensive cedar woods in Morocco may be found at Azrou. It may be found in the center of the Atlas Mountains, not too far from Ifrane.
You will go to the cedar forest, which is home to the Barbary macaque monkeys, if you take any of the Sahara excursions from Fes that are 2 days, 3 days, or 4 days long.
They become really excited when people come and offer them treats like nuts and other things, so you will definitely feed them.
Palm groves may be found in abundance in Morocco. As a result, the breathtaking Ziz valley will serve as your first stop after departing from Fes on your two-day trip of the Sahara desert.
In the Kingdom of Morocco, it is regarded as one of the most important suppliers of dates, and it is also the place where desert characteristics first begin to emerge.
A river that flows through the valley also goes by the name Ziz. Approximately 200 kilometers in length, it continues on till it reaches Erfoud.
Ziz valley is unquestionably a wonderful location to go to if you are interested in taking some breathtaking photographs.
During our two-day trip of the Sahara desert that departs from Fes, one of the towns that we will take you to after the Ziz valley is Erfoud.
Because this city is so well-known for the fossils extracted from the surrounding mountains, a large number of archaeologists have traveled here to search for the city’s buried treasures.
It is up to the traveler to decide whether or not they want to go to one of the fossils extractors firms after they have arrived in the city before entering the Merzouga desert.
They argue that during the Paleozoic Era, which occurred around 380 million years ago, the Moroccan Sahara (also known as Rissani) was the bottom of a significant ancient ocean. To put it another way, the region around Erfoud is home to vast areas that are covered with fossils.
There are many different kinds of fossils, including ammonites, goniatites, and many more, that may be found at the headquarters of the firm.
Camel trekking in the desert of Merzouga and staying at a Bedouin camp:
Because it is the first desert that visitors in Morocco see, Merzouga is without a doubt the highlight of the two-day Sahara desert trip that departs from Fes.
It is possible to reach heights of up to 150 meters in what is known as Lala Merzouga in the Erg Chebbi desert, which is situated in the southeast of Morocco. This expansive sand desert is known as Erg Chebbi.
Every one of our excursions in Morocco may take you to Merzouga, where you can explore its landscapes and participate in a wide variety of sports, such as sandboarding at the camp and quad riding.
The majority of travelers who visit Merzouga choose to take the camel ride that begins in the hamlet and continues all the way to the camp, where they will spend the night. Along the way, they make a pit break to take in the breathtaking sunset and some stunning photographs of the camels and sand dunes.
Other travelers decide to extend their stay in order to participate in a town tour of Merzouga, which is included in the 4 days excursion. They begin by exploring the National Auto Museum, which houses vintage automobiles, and then go to the town of Khamlia, where they meet members of the Gnaoua people and get familiar with their music. After all is said and done, they give Berber pizza a shot, and then they are taken back to their hotel to spend the night.
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