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Embark on a thrilling of 2 days tour from Fes to sahara desert. . it will take you from Fes to Merzouga, passing through the scenic Middle Atlas Mountains, and cedar forests. additionally, Experience Ifrane, the “small Switzerland of Morocco,” and explore mineral-rich Midelt.
Moreover, Enjoy a camel ride through the Erg Chebbi sand dunes and spend the night under the starry sky in a desert camp.
Afterward, enjoy a breathtaking sunrise view, followed by a camel trek back to the starting point. after that, a Journey through the High Atlas mountains, stopping at charming towns like Rissani. next to Erfoud, Errachidia, and Midelt. Capture pictures of indigenous monkeys amidst the Azrou Cedar trees before reaching Fes, where the adventure concludes.


  • Ifrane the Switzerland of Morocco 
  • Azrou 
  • Merzouga desert 
  • Camel trekking 


Day 1: Fes -Ifrane- Azrou – Midelt – Merzouga desert
Our journey begins in Fes. You will experience a remarkable change in landscape. We will travel through the Middle Atlas Mountains, cedar forests, and desert. 
On our way to Merzouga, we will visit Ifrane. Known as the small Switzerland of Morocco. Visit Midelt, famous for its minerals and apple harvests. 
At Merzouga, you will ride a camel through the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. Next, you will spend the night in a desert camp under the starry sky
DAY 2: MERZOUGA – ARFOUD – Ziz Valley – Fes
To relish the beauty of the sunrise from the Chebbi sand dunes, it is highly advised to rise early. Moreover, following that, a refreshing shower awaits you. Next, you will savor a delightful Berber breakfast at the Merzouga desert camp. Once you had breakfast, you can embark on a camel trek back to the starting point, where your driver will be waiting.
Afterward, the journey toward Fes commences. we will drive you through the captivating High Atlas mountains. Along the way, you will pass by Rissani, Erfoud, Errachidia, and Midelt.
Moreover, before arriving in Fes, we’ll make a stop for lunch. As you will have a chance to capture pictures of the indigenous monkeys amidst the Azrou Cedar trees. Finally, upon reaching Fes, we will drop you off at your riad or hotel.

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Our Morocco travel packages can be modified and designed according to your requirements and needs. Feel free to contact us.  

Frequently Asked Questions:

Dear guests, before you go to Morocco. You may ask and looking for some information to help you during your tour in Morocco. Here are some information and instructions we think that are important to know.

When is a good time to visit Morocco?

You can travel to Morocco any time of the year. However, there are better and recommended periods to visit Morocco rather than any time else. Morocco is at its best in spring (mid-March to November) when the heat of summer has eased.

At other times don’t underestimate the extremes of summer heat and winter, particularly in the high Atlas Mountains, where snowcapped peaks persist from November to July. If you are travelling in winter, head for South, although be prepared for bitterly cold nights. Morocco’s Mediterranean coast and Rif Mountains are frequently wet and cloudy in winter and early spring.

Apart from the weather. It is the time of ‘Ramadan month’; the traditional month of fasting and purification, which is another important consideration. During Ramadan some restaurants cafes are closed during the day time and general business hours are reduced.

What Languages are spoken in Morocco?

There are number of languages in Morocco, but the two official languages that practiced in Morocco are: Modern standard Arabic and ‘Tamazight’ (Berber). The languages that used by Moroccan associations and administrations are: ‘Classical Arabic’ and ‘French’. Majority of Moroccans speak French language, due to the colonization. There are several Moroccans who speak Spanish as well, and educated people can speak English.

What is Moroccan Currency? How much is 1 Euro (€) in Moroccan Money?

‘Moroccan Dirhams’ is the currency of Morocco. The plural form is pronounced darahim, although in French and English “dirhams” is commonly used. Its symbol is “MAD”. The dirham is issued by the Bank Al-Maghrib, the central bank of Morocco. 1 Euro = 10,70 MAD. You can change Euros in many and different places among Morocco country.

How to pay to confirm the tour?

To confirm any tour with us, the deposit will be required to pay by PayPal or Western Union and the rest of the payment will be settled in cash during the trip. You can pay us either on Euros, USD or Moroccan Dirhams. For the exchange information, you can use website above

Is the price of private tour same if I am alone, 2 or more?

The Price for any of our private tours depends on number of persons who will take such a tour. The price gets lower if more people shared the tour.

Is it ok if I photograph people in Morocco?

Moroccans are differs from one to another, some local people don’t like to be photographed. Whereas, some others it’s very normal to take picture to or with. So, it will be better to ask the person first to take him/her picture. Some people may ask you for fee if you want to take a photo, especially snake charmers, artists, and sellers in the street. Well, we recommend you to ask for permission before taking pictures to the people.

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