2 Days Tour From Fes To Marrakesh

2 Day Tour From Fes To Marrakesh


2 Days tour from Fes to Marrakesh is your chance to enjoy, traversing the enchanting landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Morocco. This carefully curated itinerary seamlessly combines historical exploration, scenic beauty, and immersive cultural experiences, ensuring a delightful adventure from start to finish.

Day 1: Fes to Merzouga

  • Explore Ifrane.
  • Journey through the Middle Atlas Mountains.
  • Pass through Ziz Valley.
  • Reach Merzouga.

Day 2: Merzouga to Marrakech

  • Visit Ait Ben Haddou.
  • Drive through the High Atlas Mountains.
  • Arrive in Marrakech.


Your two-day journey from Fes to Marrakesh through the enchanting desert begins with a pick-up from your riad in Fes. Departing for the Sahara desert of Merzouga, your first stop is the picturesque city of Ifrane, often referred to as the Switzerland of Morocco due to its cooler climate. Following the road through the Middle Atlas Mountains, you’ll pause in a cedar forest, where glimpses of Barbary monkeys amidst the trees await. A delectable lunch will be served in a charming restaurant along the route.

Continuing your adventure, you’ll traverse the scenic Ziz Valley, a lush oasis adorned with palm trees. Take a moment to absorb the breathtaking panoramic view of the valley before embarking on the final leg of your journey to the desert. As the afternoon unfolds, you’ll arrive at the gateway to the dunes, where your camel companions eagerly await to guide you through the mesmerizing landscapes to your luxury camp.

Arriving at the campsite in the late afternoon, you’ll witness the captivating hues of the desert sunset from atop a majestic dune. Upon reaching your private tent, the attentive staff will ensure your comfort, providing a space to relax and refresh with a well-deserved shower. As evening falls, savor a delightful dinner prepared with local flavors, followed by a traditional tea ceremony. The atmosphere will be further enhanced as a bonfire is lit, casting a warm glow over the surroundings. Immerse yourself in the cultural rhythms of the desert night as Berbers showcase their musical talents through drumming and singing.

Driving a total distance of approximately 500 km, this captivating journey spans approximately 7 hours and 30 minutes, promising a seamless blend of natural wonders and cultural richness. Stay tuned for the second day, where the adventure continues from the heart of the desert to the vibrant city of Marrakesh.


On the second day of your captivating Fes to Marrakesh desert journey, it is recommended to rise early, allowing you to witness the tranquility of the sunrise. After indulging in a delicious breakfast, the next leg of your adventure begins as you bid farewell to the desert camp, embarking on a 4×4 journey towards the town of Merzouga.

Your extensive voyage to Marrakesh unfolds, with several scenic stops dotting the route. One such pause occurs at Ait Benhaddou, offering a panoramic view of Morocco’s most renowned Kasbah. This fortified village has played a starring role in numerous blockbuster movies and TV series, including The Mummy, Prince of Persia, and Game of Thrones, earning UNESCO’s recognition as a World Heritage Site since 1987.

Immerse yourself in the historical charm of Ait Benhaddou, capturing its essence through photographs before venturing onward. The route then guides you through the majestic High Atlas Mountains, known for their awe-inspiring beauty (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Atlas). Take a moment to marvel at the panoramic views as you traverse this mountainous terrain.

The final stretch of your two-day desert expedition leads you to Marrakesh, where your guide ensures you have the opportunity to relish some additional panoramic vistas. After a drive covering approximately 560 km and spanning approximately 9 hours, your Fes to Marrakesh desert journey culminates as your guide drops you off at your hotel or riad in Marrakesh. Reflect on the memories of this enriching adventure, carried in the golden hues of the desert and the vibrant landscapes of Morocco.


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