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9 days Morocco Imperial cities from Fes to Marrakech via Merzouga

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– Visit Fez, Chefchaoune, Sahara desert of Merzouga, Gorges Dades & Todgha, Ait Ben Hadou, Ouarzazate and Marrakech.
– Camel Ride in Sahara Desert of Merzouga.
– Night in Berber Camp inside the Dunes of Erg Chebbi with dinner and breakfast


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This 9 day Morocco Tour from Casablanca to explores Morocco’s rich geographic and cultural diversity including Morocco Sahara desert trip and Morocco Imperial cities, Atlas Mountains, Berber villages.
9 Days
14+ Age
Morocco Imperial Cities Tour
Tour price
2 -> 1000€/person 3-5 -> 890€/person 6-10 -> 790€/person 11-14 -> 690€/person 15-17 -> 590€/person
.Airport Transfer
.Pick up from your accommodation
.A/C modern minibus
.English speaking driver
.Tickets for monumental entry

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 20 × 10 × 42 cm

Imperial cities of Morocco



Departure Time:

08:00 AM

Return Time:

Approximately 06:30 PM

Dress Code:

Causal, confortable, athletic clothing, hikings shoes, hat and light jacket.

Tour Plan

Day 1. Arrival in Fes airport. Accommodation in Chefchaoune.

Distance Fes-Chefchaoune 196 km (3h 30 min)
Arrival in Fès. Our local guide will wait for you with the minibus prepared in front of the airport and take the group to Chefchaoune..
Drive through the breathtaking landscapes of the fertile coastal plains. Continue the road until you arrive in the region of the Rif Mountains which is the heart and location of the quiet blue and whitewashed city of Chefchaouen.

Day2. Chefchaoune

After breakfast, Visit Chefchaoune the “blue city”.
Start your tour with the Kasbah museum in the medina. The kasbah of Chefchaouen belongs to the early 18th century and was built by the legendary ruler Moulay Ismail. It is fairly simple without architectural surprises however it is surrounded by gardens on the interior and exterior. Inside the Kasbah, you can visit the ethnographic museum containing antique weapons, musical instruments, and photographs of the old town.
Exploring the Medina
We lose in the narrow streets of the Medina and we make pictures with all possible blue nuances you will be fascinated by this small town, perhaps the most photogenic city, Chefchaouen is much quieter than any other Moroccan town. Instead of vendors inviting you to their shops, you’ll find quiet men waiting for you to ask them about a price. Streets are be filled with locals enjoying their days and echoing laughter from the children playing ball. You can definitely try to get lost and observe local life and many kittens in Chefchaouen. Accommodation in Chefchaoune.

Day 3. Fes

After breakfast, we will return to Fes.
Fes is Morocco’s cultural and spiritual capital and one of Morocco’s top attractions
You will explore the medina’s narrow streets lined with local shops and stalls of fresh fruit, mounds of spices, intricately woven Berber carpets and many other Moroccan handicrafts.
Lunch at a Moroccan Restaurant in Fes – Menu: Entrée: Varied Salads, Main Course: Tajine of Chicken With Preserved Lemon & Tajine of Beef With Prunes. Desert: Seasoned Fruit. Accommodation in Fes.

Day 4. Fes- Merzouga

Distance 480 km- 7 h
After breakfast, departure to the Merzouga desert. We will cross the Ziz Valley and Ziz Gorges in the province of Errachidia. Stopping at the famous and the largest cedar forest in Morocco, then your journey continues along the luxuriant Zis Oasis, stopping for panoramic views along the way and driving through the welcoming Berber villages getting to Erfoud, then Rissani, the foundation of the Alaouite dynasty- the current ruling royal family in Morocco. We arrive in the desert to catch the best light for the photos at sunset. We stop at the traditional clothes store scarves, and we’ll be teaming up for the Sahara. After relaxing a few minutes in Merzouga, we go on the camels who are waiting to take you on an adventure in the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi. It’s a good opportunity to see a wonderful sunset.
We will spend the night in the desert, admire the sky covered by the millions of stars (amazing!), And dinner will be prepared by a Berber chef. We will enjoy the traditional food and listen to live a special show, we will sing, dance around the fire made in the middle of the desert.
At night we sleep in especially Berbers tents.

Day 5. Merzouga-Todra Gorges-Dades Valley and Gorge

Distance 271 km 3h 55 min
We wake up at 6 o’clock, we take breakfast, we make the most beautiful pictures at sunrise,
We will go on the camel for about 2 hours, then we take the minibus to Dades. We visit Tinghir village and Dades Gorges. The road passes through Tinejdad and the Todra Valley. This stunning area affords plenty of opportunities to walk as long the rover through the gardens or up the road on the other side of the Gorges. We will take the lunch in Todra Gorges. Later we will continue to the Dades Valley and the Dades Gorges before spending the night in a hotel. Accommodation in Gorges du Dades.

Day.6. Dades Valley-Rose Valley-Skoura-Ouarzazate-Ait Benhaddou-Atlas Mount-Marrakech

Distance 325 km 5h 50 min
After breakfast we will go through the villages of this charming areas, passing fields cultivated by the Berbers women’s, with the peaks of the High Atlas as a fitting backdrop. Our journey will then continue toward Ouarzazate, along the Valley of the Roses and past the Kasbahs of Skoura Oasis. Ouarzazate became famous when it’s nearby Kasbah; Aït Benhaddou appeared in the 1962 film Lawrence of Arabia. This spellbinding quiet town is the perfect home base for exploring the southern region of Morocco which is comprised of ancient Kasbahs. Walk outside the Kasbah’s lush terraced gardens and witness the same desert scenery that used in Gladiator and Alexander the Great of Tamdaght.
Aït Benhaddou is located 32 km from Ouarzazate lies the picturesque village. Orson Welles used it as a location for Sodome and Gomorrah; and for Jesus of Nazareth, the whole lower part of the village was rebuilt. In recent years more controlled restoration has been carried out under UNESCO auspices.
From here start crossing the highest pass in Africa, Tizi n’Tichka. In the evening we will arrive in Marrakech. Accommodation in Marrakech.

Day.7. Marrakech

After breakfast, we will visit the fascinating Marrakech. It’s gorgeous madness all over the medina and the Djemma El Fna Market: from Cobre and coworkers who want to paint with henna to shoppers and dancers. Rarely, you get together so many flavours and colours. Your guide will then help you navigate through the labyrinth-like streets and alleys of Djemma El Fna Square. Enjoy the aromatic streets, taste the fresh-squeezed orange juice and venture into the souks (shops) specializing in Berber carpets, silver jewellery, artisan workshops, handmade shoes, tanneries, etc.
Enjoy a three-course lunch consisting of fresh salad, tajine and fruit at one of Marrakech most delectable restaurants. Accommodation in Marrakech.

Day 8. Essaouira

Day trip to Essaouira
Distance 191 km 2h 38 min
Essaouira is a small Moroccan port city that conquers you through its simplicity; Essaouria is a fun-filled and relaxing day trip from Marrakech. To the ocean on our way we will see “goats in the tree” we will stop we take pictures, then we start to feel the ocean breeze.
Visit this eighteenth-century sea-side medieval town that boasts lovely white-washed and blue-shuttered houses, colonnades, thuya wood workshops, art galleries and mouthwatering seafood. Place Prince Moulay el Hassan and the Skala du Port, the fishing harbour offers breathtaking views of the Portuguese ramparts. Explore the ramparts and the spice and jewellery souks.
To the ocean on our way we will see “goats in the tree” we will stop we take pictures, then we start to feel the ocean breeze. Accommodation in Marrakech

Day 9. Transfer to Marrakech Airport.

Places for visit

Fes city is the historic, cultural and spiritual city from Morocco. According to documents, there are 13 000 historic building, 11 madrasas, 320 mosques, 270 traditional hotels, and more than 200 hammams.

Chouara Tannery was built in the 11th century. In spite of smell (you can use de mint) is a tourist destination that you should not miss. The colours are obtained from natural ingredients, blue comes from indigo, red from paprika, yellow from saffron or mix of turmeric and mimosa.You will be impressed by the view and the work done by those there. You can also buy leather jackets, belts, slippers, bags and other leather goods.

Madrasa Bou Inania right at the entrance of the Old Medina – Madresses are higher education schools hosted by mosques. Marinid architecture, only madrasa with a minaret, was founded in AD 1351-56 by sultan Abu Inan Faris. In the 20th century, it was restored by Sultan Mulay Sliman and tiled decoration with Islamic geometric patterns.

Merenid Tombs monumental tombs during the Marinid dynasty (13th-15 the centuries). It is a tourist spot that allows a beautiful view over Fes at sunset, and history lovers will be challenged to learn more about the mysteries of this place.

Exploring Fes medina –known as Fes el-Bali is a Unesco World Heritage.

Dar el Makhzen or Royal Palace of Fes is a royal Palais of Alaouite sultan built in 17 th century. The documents say that it covers 80 hectares and includes gardens, mosques and ancient Madrassa. Even if it is closed to the public, you will be impressed by the beauty of its yellow gates, ornamented with zellige tilework and carver cedar woods.

It is currently the residence of the King of Morocco, when in Fes.

Al Quaraouiyine Mosque describes in some sources as a university, built-i 859 AD by Fatima al-Fihri with an associated madrasa, now is incorporated into modern state university Moorocco system.

Al-Attarine Madrasa built in the 14 th century, built by Marinid sultan Uthman II Abu Said. It is an example of intricate Islamic architecture, and its name comes from the spices and perfumes market, Al-Attarine.

Dar Batha Museum in the middle of Fes medina. was built by Moulay el Hassan in the late of 19 th century like a beautiful palace of Arabo-Andalusian style pottery and ceramics collections and many other things that reflect traditional Moroccan art are on display here.

Place el-Seffarine is one of the most pleasing areas in Fes. A lot of metalworkers bashing out pots and utensils for culinary use and decorative.

1 review for 9 days Morocco Imperial cities from Fes to Marrakech via Merzouga

  1. Eduard Mihai

    I came back from Morocco with the most beautiful memories! I recommend this agency! Thank you!

    • Abdou

      We also thank you for choosing our agency

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