Merzouga desert tour from Tangier

Enjoy 5 days tour from Tangier to Merzouga desert dunes via Fes and excellent trip from Tangier to explore South Morocco including camel trek in Merzouga.

Tour from Tangier including camel trek in merzouga

5 days tour from Tangier to Merzouga

Day 1: Tanger | Chefchaouen | Fes
  • Meeting at your hotel in Tanger and drive to Chefchaouen in the Rif Mountains.
  • Visist the Chefchaouen medina. Habe lunch.
  • Continue our way to Fes
  • Dinner and Overnight at the Hotel.

5 days tour from Tangier to Merzouga

Day 2: Exploring Fes
  • Spend all the day in exploring Fes, especially his medina.
  • Dinner and Overnight at the Hotel

5 days tour from Tangier to Merzouga

Day 3: Fes | Erg Chebbi Desert Dunes
  • Departure from Fes towards Ifrane and Azrou in the heart of the middle Atlas Mountians. (N.B: Early departures required for winter time to enjoy sunset in on the dunes Erg Chebbi).
  • Crossing the cedar forests to reach Midelt where we will stop for lunch.
  • Driving along Ziz River known for its fortified Ksours and palm groves to Merzouga dunes our starting point of camel riding tour.
  • Enjoy a camel trek through wonderful sand dunes of erg Chebbi and watching a spectacular sunset on the dunes.
  • Dinner and Overnight in the camp.

5 days tour from Tangier to Merzouga

Day 4: Erg Chebbi Sand Dunes | Boumalne Dades
  • Optional early wake up to enjoy the sunrise.
  • After breakfast, leave sand dunes of Merzouga to Todra gorges via Rissani.
  • Enjoy an amazing trek in Tinghir oasis and Todra palm groves. Have lunch.
  • Road to Boumalne dades.
  • Dinner and Overnight at guest house in Dades gorges.

5 days tour from Tangier to Merzouga

Day 5: Dades gorges | Marrakech
  • After breakfast, drive to Kelaat M’gouna
  • Reach the oasis of Skoura, where we will visit the Amridil Kasbah.
  • Visit the Taourirt Kasbah and Film studios in Ouarzazate.
  • Drive to UNESCO World heritage village of Ait Ben Haddou. Visit the old village and have lunch.
  • Continue to Marrakech by crossing the High Atlas Mountains.