1st day: Casablanca – Fes:

We will meet you at the Casablanca airport and take you on a short tour of morocco’s desert excursions largest city, which is the center of trade and industry. You will visit the Hassan II mosque, which is built on the water alongside the Atlantic Ocean, before continuing on our journey to Fes.

2nd day: Fes:

You will begin your journey to see the most amazing places in Fes after breakfast. Taking a tour of the medina (old city) and its ramparts and alleys. Take a look at the well-known medieval tanneries. Discovering the Karaouine Mosque, which was built in 859 by Fatima Al-Fihri and is considered the city’s most magnificent and historically significant religious attraction. There will be a lunch break. Later on, you’ll come across the Merenid tomb, which is located on the valley’s bottom. Exploring Bou Inania Medersa’s magnificent architectural masterpiece, then Attarin Medersa’s ornate architecture, and the Neijarin Fountain. View The Fondouks, a meeting spot for donkeys and their owners. Also, go to the souks, where you can buy handcrafted products, edibles, copperware, and pottery. In the riad, stay the night and have breakfast.

3rd day: Fez – Azrou – Midalet – Errachidia – Ziz valley – Erfoud – Merzouga:

After breakfast, we’ll depart Meknes for Merzouga, passing through Ifran, Morocco’s Switzerland, and Azrou, which is renowned for its green tiled roofs and beautiful cedar forests, which are home to monkeys. After that, we’ll take you to Midelt, where you can have lunch. Continue driving through the Middle Atlas Mountains, seeing the nomadic people who live there. You’ll also be mesmerized by the views of volcanic rock, and in nearby Errachidia, you’ll find the high cliffs and palm-fringed Ziz Valley. The next stop, Erfoud, offers the opportunity to visit a marble industry with a wide range of ornaments. After that, we’ll travel to Merzouga, the day’s final station. Overnight stay in the riad with breakfast and dinner

4th day: Merzouga – Erg Chebbi Dunes – Tamrdanite – Khamlia – Hassi el-bied:

After breakfast, your excursion will depart from the hotel and take you through the sand-sea dunes along the Algerian border, where you will have the opportunity to photograph the black volcanic rock and meet nomad families to learn about their way of life. Before reaching Khamlia, you’ll pass through small Berber villages like Tamrdanite. In Khamlia (a small desert village), you can listen to spiritual Gnawa music performed by the village’s black residents. On our way to the hotel, you’ll be enchanted by the view of Ait Sareji Lake, which attracts pink flamingos and a variety of other birds (especially in the springtime). Returning to the hotel to relax and prepare for an adventure (camel trekking) in the desert. The stunning sunset will be visible through the dunes as you make your way to the bivouac. You will relax and unwind while eating Berber food, listening to the drums on a starry night, and sleeping in a traditional tent (camel hair tent).

5th day: Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Tinjdad – Todra Gorges – Boumalene Dades:

The camel man (trekker) will wake you up early in the morning so you can see the beautiful sunrise in the desert before returning to the camp for breakfast. Following that, the camel man will take you back to the Auberge for a shower to clean your body. We drive to Rissani via Tafilalet’s Ksours and Kasbahs. Visiting Moulay Ali El-Zaouia, Charif’s the founder of the Glaoui dynasty’s mausoleum and taking a stroll through Rissani’s local market and traditional souks. After that, we’ll drive to Tinghir via Erfoud and Tinjdad, where you’ll have lunch before continuing on to Tinghir, where you can take a stroll among the beautiful oasis palm trees. You will spend the night in a Kasbah include Dinner and breakfast.

6th day: Boumalne Du Dades – Kelaa M’gouna – Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou -Tizi N’tichka Pass – Marrakech:

We depart for Ouarzazate via Skoura this morning after breakfast in the hotel. Stopping for a panoramic view of the kasbah of Taourirt before moving on to the Atlas Film Studios for another photo break. After that, you’ll go to Ait Benhaddou’s Kasbah and have lunch in a nearby restaurant in the village. We’ll travel to Marrakech in the afternoon, passing through the Tizi N’tichka pass in the High Atlas Mountains (2260 m in altitude). In Marrakech, you will be dropped off.

7th day: Marrakech:

After breakfast on this day, you will embark on a full-day tour of Marrakech. By immersing yourself in the red city, you will visit the most beautiful palaces and monuments of Marrakech, such as the 19th century Bahia Palace, the 16th century Saadian Tombs, the Koutoubia Mosque, and the Majorelle Garden, and will have lunch in the Medina during your trip. You’ll also go to the popular Souks, where merchants sell everything from leather to carpets to clothing to spices and kaftans.

8th day: Marrakech:

After breakfast, we will transport you to the airport in time for your flight.