If you’re arriving in Morocco through Tangier, our exclusive 7 days tour from Tangier to Marrakech via the Merzouga desert offers an incredible opportunity to explore diverse landscapes and iconic attractions. You’ll uncover the medina of Fes, Meknes, and Marrakech, witness the enchanting blue-hued beauty of Chefchaouen, traverse Authentic Berber Villages, ancient kasbahs, Gorges, Oasis, and the majestic High Atlas Mountains. Additionally, our itinerary includes a camel trek through the Erg Chebbi Dunes and an overnight stay in Merzouga at a desert camp. We’re excited to have you on this unforgettable 7 days trip through Morocco from Tangier to Marrakech.
Today marks the beginning of our tour in morocco from Tangier in 7 days. Our driver will collect you either from the airport or your lodging. Our journey commences towards Chefchaouen, famously known as the “blue city,” traversing the Rif mountains and Tetouan city, offering picturesque vistas of majestic mountains. In Chefchaouen, immerse yourself in exploring its key attractions. Your first night will be spent at a riad or hotel nestled within the captivating charm of Chefchaouen.
After enjoying breakfast at your accommodation, our private trip commences as we head towards Volubilis, passing through Ouezzane and other captivating Rif villages. At Volubilis, we’ll explore Morocco’s remarkably preserved Roman ruins, delving into the archaeological narrative of Moroccan history. Following this visit, our path leads to Meknes, a heritage city from the 17th century. Here, we’ll pause for a lunch break, marveling at the grandeur of the historical medina walls, including Bab El Mansour and the Moulay Ismail Tomb. Once we’ve explored Meknes, our journey continues directly to the city of Fes, where you’ll spend the night.
After breakfast, we pick you up from your Fes lodging to see the city. The city becomes Morocco’s cultural and religious point and is regarded as one of the imperial cities.
at the start of this day. We will go to the Royal Palace gate in the morning. Next is the superbly preserved ancient Medina, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The entrance to the ancient Medina is known as the Blue Gate, or Bab Boujloud. You will be with a local guide to go through the Medina and see the Quaraouin mosque and university, which is the oldest university in the world, as well as the Medrasa Bouanania, the Najjarine Fountain, and the tanneries. We next go from Medina to explore “the Mellah,” the Jewish neighborhood. After that, we take a trip to an old fort to get sweeping views of Fes and the Medina. Next, go back to your riad.
The 7 days Sahara Morocco trip heads south via Imouzzer after breakfast. to go to Ifrane, a town popular for its snowy weather, low temperatures, and homes built in the alpine style. It makes sense why it is referred to as Morocco’s Switzerland. Next, we go into the Cedars Forest, home of the Barbary macaques. While exploring the forest, feel free to give them food. We will continue to Midelt later, where we shall eat lunch according to our style. Next, we make breaks for magnificent views as we go through the Ziz valley and the Tizi-n-Tilghmt pass.
We arrive in Merzouga, in the Sahara desert, in the afternoon. At this point, you transfer on camels and ride into the sandy desert. Take time to see the sunset on the top of the dune. Next, leave for the camp, which combines the comforts of a hotel with the traditional nomadic tents. where you may dance around the campfire while listening to the sound of the Berber drums with a wide open sky full of stars. stand overnight in the same camp.
We plan to spend the day exploring the Merzouga area after breakfast. There are lots of amazing places in the region, such as sand dunes, a wild lake, mines, fossil locations, and a magnificent oasis, which are perfect locations for a wide range of outdoor activities. We go off-road to an old eyeliner mine near Merzouga to begin our adventure. Next, we visit the nomads in their tent, which is woven by hand. and sip Berber tea while learning about their way of life.
We’re going to the Khamlia village next, where there will be Gnaoua music and dance performances. Mali, Sudan, and Niger are among the sub-Saharan nations from which their people originally came. time to spare for a meal at a restaurant. We then go through the grove of palm trees. After that, we will drive to see the untamed Merzouga Lake, often known as the “lake of flamingos.” And lastly, get back to Merzouga. Dinner and the rest of the night inside a hotel
It’s important to get up early in the morning to take in the beautiful sunrise, and you will have time for breakfast. Next, we go from the desert and travel to Rissani Town, which was Tafilalet’s former capital. Rissani is still an important point of trade in the area. has a sizable souk that is active on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. We visit one of the fossilized marble workshops in Erfoud after taking a walk through the Rissani Souk.
Next, in order to get to the Todra Gorges, we travel via the palm groves of Touroug and Tinjdad. The Todra River has carved a vast canyon through the mountains. Climbers will love this red-sided canyon with steep cliff walls. You are welcome to explore the gorges and take in the breathtaking scenery. Time-free for eating at a restaurant After that, we pass via Boumalne Dades to reach the Dades valley. Stops at the “monkey fingers” rock formation and atop a peak with a view of the Dades valley are unavoidable. Dinner and stay at the hotel in Dades
We resume our 7 days Sahara Morocco trip after breakfast, traveling from Dades Valley to Kalaa Magouna to see the Rose Valley. Every year in May, there is a Rose Festival during which residents sell anything from smells to rose water, oil, and cosmetics. After that, we take a drive through Skoura’s palm plantations and stop at the Kasbah of Amridil. Next, we arrive in Ouarzazate. Here, we go to the Taourirt Kasbah and the film studios where popular films were filmed.
After that, we depart for the recognized Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. A fortified city classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. In addition, the Kasbah has appeared in a number of films such as Gladiator, Alexander, The Mummy and others, as well as TV shows such as Game of Thrones. We next go to the Telouet Kasbah. Next, we cross the High Atlas Mountains and the Tizi-N-Tichka Pass on our way to Marrakesh. We’ll pause for lunch and snap photos at remarkable locations. Finally, we leave you off at your Marrakesh Riad lodging. The end of the itinerary in Morocco.
IMPORTANT!: Please keep in mind that the 7 Day Desert Tour from tangier to marrakech is just a suggested itinerary; if it does not fit your needs, please get in touch with us. Depending on your interests and the length of your stay, we will put up different itineraries. We provide personalized, customized tours and excursions around Morocco.
The cost of the tour is determined by the number of person on this tour, more number person decrease the price per person. Given that the cost of transportation is determined, the cost will be split based on the quantity of passengers. The quality of the lodging has an impact on the cost as well. For a precise quote, please contact us.