Our most famous tour is the best time to visit Morocco! With culture and style, explore all that Morocco has to offer. From Fes and Marrakech’s ancient medinas to a night in the Sahara dunes. Your English-speaking driver has been hand-picked to show you the real Morocco Sahara desert tours. Imagine sipping mint tea when looking out over the 1200-year-old Fes Medina or taking a cooking class from a Moroccan chef.
Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech – Transfer to Hotel
This is the best time to visit morocco our driver will pick you up from the airport, and you’ll have the rest of the day to relax while exploring the souks and the main square, Jemaa el Fnaa.
The second day is referred to as the day. A Full Day in Marrakech.
Today, there will be an optional private guided tour of Marrakech Medina with a Marrakech official guide. You’ll visit the famous Koutubia Mosque, the Medina and its souks, and learn about some of Marrakech’s hidden gems, including the Ali Ben Youssef Koranic Academy, the Saadian the Bahia Palace and Majorelle Gardens, and a night in a Medina Riad.
Marrakech – High Atlas Mountains – Kasbah Ait Benhaddou – Ouarzazate – Dades Valley on the third day
We will leave Marrakech about 8:00 a.m. for Dades Valley, crossing the Tizi-n-Tichka pass with far-reaching views across the mountains, and visiting traditional High Atlas Berber villages, before continuing to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, where you will have lunch near the Kasbah, and then continuing to Ouarzazate, where you will visit Atlas Studios and the Kasbah Taourirt.
4th Day : Dades valley – Toudra Gorges – Erfoud – Merzouga (Erg Chebbi Desert)
Drive back through the valley after breakfast to see the incredible rock formation “the monkey toes” and the still-standing 19th century Kasbah of Ait Yul. As you leave the Dades valley and head towards Tineghir and the Todra valley, you’ll see panoramic views of the valley’s old mud Berber villages. When you arrive at the Gorge, you’ll walk under a 300-meter-high red cliff, where many rock-climbers come to practice their favorite sport. We’ll continue our journey to Touroug Village for lunch, then to Erfoud, Rissani, and finally to Merzouga, where you’ll be greeted with a glass of mint tea before checking into your accommodations.
5th Day : Merzouga – Berber Families – Merzouga (Camel Ride)
After breakfast in the hotel, you’ll begin your exploration of the area by visiting the Khamlia village, which was established by former Sudanese slaves… to get a taste of their music and way of life You may also want to pay a visit to the nomad wire building, where you can find many Berber handicrafts at lower prices than in the big cities. In the afternoon, you can ride a camel with an experienced Camel man to explore the Erg-mystical Chebbi’s sand-sea. You’ll spend your first night here under the stars, or in a traditional Berber nomad tent if you prefer. Dinner will be served in the tent where you’ll be sleeping. Dinner and a bed.
6th Day : Merzouga – Rrissani – Alnif – Nkob – Agdz – Draa Valley – Ouarzazate
After seeing the sunrise in the desert and breakfast, we return to Merzouga on camels and begin our journey to Ouarzazate through Berber villages. We will spend the night in Ouarzazate after visiting Alnif, Tazarine, Agdz, and the Draa Valley.
7th Day: Ouarzazate – High Atlas Mountains – Marrakech
After visiting studios in Ouarzazate, we will cross the High Atlas Mountains via Tizni Tichka, Morocco’s highest road pass at 2260 meters, which offers spectacular views of valleys, mountains, and many Berber villages nearby, and arrive in Marrakech in the evening.
8th Day: Marrakech – Day trip to Ouzoud Waterfalls
We will leave Marrakech early in the morning for Ouzoud Waterfalls, which are about 170 kilometers northeast of the city. You will see stunning 110-meter-high waterfalls and a beautiful landscape full of birds and monkeys. On arrival, you can see spectacular 110-meter-high waterfalls and a beautiful landscape inhabited by birds and monkeys; if you wish, you can hire a local guide to take you on walks or hikes at a height of 1068 meters. We’ll return to Marrakech in the evening.
9th Day: Marrakech – Day trip to Essaouira
We will begin our day trip from Marrakech to Essaouira in the morning, departing from the Riad/hotel in Marrakech and driving to Essaouira, a city on the Atlantic coast year-round temperatures in the C20s. Windsurfers love the long stretch of golden sand. The port serves famous fresh grilled seafood, and in the medina, thuja wood carvers and silver crafters work underneath the old Portuguese ramparts that protect the city from the sea. One of Morocco’s most beautiful and walkable medinas. We will return to Marrakech in the evening, and it is recommended all year, particularly in the summer when it provides a welcome respite from the heat of Marrakech.