Marrakech To Fes Glamping Tour
This Morocco desert tour is the best way to go from Marrakech to Fes and at the same time enjoy a unique luxury desert camping experience in Erg Chebbi dunes (Merzouga). Drive through the breathtaking Tizi n’Tichka Pass. Make important stops along the way, especially at Glaoui Kasbah and Ait Benhaddou Kasbah. Visit the amazing palmeraie of Skoura. Take photos in the most exotic natural and cultural spots. Travel through real authentic Morocco. Stretch your legs in the canyon of Dades Gorge. Meet the Berber people and share with them a unique moment. Ride a camel to the sunset in the big dunes of Erg Chebbi. Sip a cup of tea prepared by our family team. Experience a unique culinary trip through the Moroccan nomad cuisine. Sleep in the most luxurious desert camp in the middle of the dunes. Discover Ziz Valley. Stop in the cedar forests to feed and play with the Barbary macaques.
The El Glaoui Kasbah, also known as Kasbah Telouet, is a historic fortress located in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. This impressive structure, once the residence of the influential Glaoui family, served as a symbol of their power during the 19th and 20th centuries. The kasbah features intricate Berber architectural elements and stands as a testament to Morocco's rich cultural and historical heritage. Its location amidst stunning mountain scenery makes it a popular attraction for tourists exploring the region.
Ait Benhaddou Kasbah is a renowned UNESCO World Heritage site situated in the Ouarzazate region of Morocco. This ancient clay-brick fortress is a striking example of traditional southern Moroccan architecture, featuring a series of interconnected earthen buildings within its walled city. Its well-preserved kasbahs, or fortified homes, have served as a backdrop for numerous films and TV series, making it a popular destination for movie enthusiasts. Ait Benhaddou's picturesque setting on the edge of the desert and its historical significance as a stop along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech make it a must-visit destination for travelers exploring Morocco's rich cultural heritage.
Skoura Palmeraie is a lush palm oasis situated in the Skoura region of Morocco, between the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert. This idyllic palm grove is famous for its serene gardens, traditional kasbahs, and abundant date palm trees. Travelers can explore historic kasbahs like Kasbah Amridil, relax in peaceful gardens, and experience the authentic rural life of Morocco while enjoying the picturesque scenery of Skoura Palmeraie.
The Dades Gorge is a stunning natural wonder located in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Carved by the Dades River over centuries, the gorge is characterized by dramatic rock formations, deep canyons, and steep cliffs that create a breathtaking and picturesque landscape. Visitors can explore the winding roads and hiking trails that offer panoramic views of the gorge, making it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and photographers.
Erg Chebbi Dunes, situated in the southeastern part of Morocco, are among the most iconic and captivating sand dunes in the Sahara Desert. Towering up to 500 feet (150 meters) in height, these golden-hued dunes offer an otherworldly landscape with endless waves of sand that stretch as far as the eye can see. Travelers often visit Merzouga, a nearby village, to embark on camel treks and experience the remarkable sunsets and starry nights that the Erg Chebbi Dunes are famous for, creating an unforgettable desert adventure.
The route from Marrakech to Dades Gorge takes you from the bustling streets of Marrakech through the mesmerizing landscapes of southern Morocco. As you leave the city, you'll ascend into the High Atlas Mountains, winding through steep mountain roads offering panoramic views of Berber villages and terraced fields. The journey continues through the Draa Valley, the historic town of Ouarzazate, and the lush Valley of Roses, eventually leading to the striking Dades Gorge, with its towering red cliffs and the Dades River, creating a dramatic and memorable passage through Morocco's diverse scenery.
The route from Dades Gorge to Merzouga is a mesmerizing drive that takes you from the dramatic landscapes of the Gorge to the awe-inspiring Sahara Desert. As you leave the Dades Gorge, you'll traverse the arid and otherworldly terrain of the Dadès Valley, passing through small oases and traditional Berber villages. Your journey culminates in Merzouga, the gateway to the Erg Chebbi dunes, where the vast sea of golden sands welcomes you to the heart of the Sahara, offering an unforgettable desert experience.
Your day in Merzouga begins with a mesmerizing desert sunrise, as the first rays of sunlight paint the towering sand dunes with hues of gold and orange. After breakfast, you can embark on thrilling activities like camel trekking, taking you deep into the dunes, or exploring the desert on a 4x4 adventure. In the afternoon, enjoy a traditional Berber lunch and immerse yourself in the tranquil solitude of the Sahara, with opportunities for sandboarding and capturing the ethereal beauty of the desert before another magnificent sunset.
The route from Merzouga to Midelt is a picturesque journey that takes you from the Sahara Desert into the heart of the Atlas Mountains. Leaving Merzouga, you'll pass through the captivating Tafilalt Oasis, known for its date palm groves. As you travel northwest, you'll gradually ascend into the High Atlas Mountains, offering breathtaking vistas and a transition from the arid desert landscapes to cooler and more mountainous terrain, eventually leading you to the town of Midelt, nestled in the central Moroccan plateau.
The route from Midelt to Fes traverses Morocco's captivating Middle Atlas region. Departing Midelt, you'll journey through a landscape characterized by cedar forests and rolling hills. As you continue, you'll arrive in the historical city of Fes, renowned for its intricate medina, medieval architecture, and rich cultural heritage, offering a fascinating contrast to the highland vistas of the Middle Atlas.
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