Day 1: Fes –Ifrane –Azrou -Ziz Valley &Merzouga
This is your fist day, you will leave Fes city driving towards Merzouga with our Morocco safaris tour guide, but first passing through IFRAN This city known as Switzerland of Morocco, nearly to FEZ city, IFRANE means caves in AMAZIGH. Ifrane attracts many visitors with its waterfalls, green nature, and European character they may come to skiing or sniping, it’s a beautiful mountain villag. Our thrilling trip continues, but this time through the Cedar forest to Azrou that situated in the heart of the Middle Atlas, for about 89km south the city of Fez, Azrou is named due to the word AZROU, an AMAZIGH word that means STONE, this explains the existence of three stones that made the cities of Atlas a tourist city par excellence, we mention: Stone of the city of Azrou, it is in the entrance of the city, overlook and control, at its summit a large crown that appears from afar. This stone is also known as AKASHMIR. You can also, visit the cedar tree (the largest) Strategic, geographic location Butterflies and rare birds. Afterwards taking the way to Midelt, that is famous on producing apples, we will discover its monuments enjoying its charming weather continuing our way to visit the monstrous Tiz Ntalghamt pass and the Ziz Gorge, amused the view of the High Atlas Mountains. Until we reach the city of Errachidia that we are going to have a lunch in enjoying Berber hospitality. Moreover we will pass through the rich Ziz Valley, stopping at various stations to relish the view and take pictures en route to Erfoud and Rissani; ERFOUD the capital city of fossils that organize the DATES SEASON yearly, and RISSANI, Sijilmassa once upon time. In the evening, we will find ourselves at Merzouga Desert, where we will be welcoming by a glass of mint tea before leaving to your riad.
Day 2:Merzouga – Sahara Desert & Camel Trekking
In the second we will find ourselves exploring MERZOUGA village, the earth of Middle Eastern. Merzouga made desert people specially, and Moroccan popularly discover the cultural diversity of their town, you will start this day by riding on camels early to go catching the sunrise in one of the highland sands, a romantic look, with warm weather , where we can see sun of gold and sky colorizing by a yellow gold, After we will visit the Gnawa individuals, initially from Mali, Senegal and Sudan in their village Khamlia, where we can enrich our knowledge about their music and their way of life in the SAHARA. Furthermore, we will drive across the desert area to meet nomad families, talking them an learning about their lifestyle, how they live, how they are fighting life and for eat… the lunch of the day will consist of a historical and traditional Berber junket (Berber pizza). On the same, we will have the opportunity to visit the old city of Rissani which is surrounded by for about 360 ksar, nearly village that is not in the center of this small city. Once to Sijilmassa the city of AL ALOUIIN, that built in his hand the civilization of the Moroccan country, was a gathering point for the MALAH traders, afterwards will drive back to Merzouga, where we will ride on camels for 90 minutes to investigate the most highest sand dunes in Morocco, and to see the sundown. A caricature pictures of the magic nature. Finally, dinner will be eaten in the tent upon a rhythm of BERBER Gnawa music. Night will be required there.
Sleep in our luxury camp in the Sahara desert under the stars!
Day 3:Merzouga -Todra Gorges &Dades Valley
Today, we will wake up early to observe the sunrise over the largest dunes in Morocco. Later we will trek back with our camels to the village of Merzouga. On the way we will be able to appreciate the beauty of the spectacular Erg Chebbi sand dunes. Changing shapes with the light as the day progresses. After breakfast and hot shower, we will drive to Rissani, Tinghir and Todra gorges. In fact they are the highest, narrowest gorges in Morocco. Then after lunch in the heart of the gorges we will drive through the Dades Valley, visiting all the majestic sand castles and the amazing rock formations known as “monkey toes”. In the night, we will stay at a fancy traditional guesthouse with the views of the Dades valley with dinner and breakfast.
Day 4:Dades Valley –Boutaghrar -Skoura&Ouarzazate
Today we will pass across DADES Valley , enjoying the charming beauty of the nature, towards KALAA MGOUNA that is famous on producing flower and water of flowers, also it is known on organizing the competition of the Miss QUEEN flower until we reach BOUTAGHRAR; its one of the best touristic pot in AMGOUN town, it is situated in an amazing and important stratedy spot upon the banks of MAGOUNA VALLEY, it is named as Littl France not afar from Dades Valley, about 15km through a rouute named TELTAFRAOUT that is direcly led to one of the famous KASBAH; it is KASBAH OF TIGHMEERT NMOUHDACH. BOUTAGHRAR is an encaustic completely landmarks;overlap what is done by the nature and what is done by people, Continuing to SKOURA and the bird’s VALLEY, SKOURA which is situated in the Overelaborate Middle side, this town consist of concaves and convexes, it is a hilly city, and the Mountains of TICHOKT is the highest one for about 2796m, this city replete with important wealth water such us KIKO VALLEY, AMDAZ VALLEY, AIN TADOUTH…, in tourist this city is rich with MARZ WATERFALL, TAFERDOUST place, TAGHROUT site, a mosque that was built before FEZ city for about 40 years that has very rerecords arriving to Ouarzazate where we will have lunch. It is a city that established in 1920, known as Hollywood Africa where many famous movies filmed there, Visit the studios, containing props utilized as a part of motion pictures, for example, The Mummy, Gladiator and the Last Christ. Finally stay overnight in a riad with supper and breakfast.
Day 5:Ouarzazate -Ait Ben Haddou& Marrakech
After taking breakfast we will continuing our journey starting by Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, which is the largest one in Morocco, it is a genetic place, was classifying as a World Heritage site which is a several traditional building that built side by side you will be grateful to have some chances to take some. Phonographic pictures, The Kasbah has magnificent views of the surrounding palms, before heading to Marrakech via the majestic tizin’tichka pass through Rif’s mountains to Tetaouen the “white dove” city with an Andalusia character located in the northwestern part of the kingdom of Morocco where the Artisanal School is. And we’ll stop to visit the town of Telouet and its ancient 17th century Kasbah then we’ll continue exploring the tIzin’tichka road especially its great landscape of Berber’s villages; lunch will be taken there under magician weather. The afternoon will find us in Red city of MARRAKECH where we will drive you to the airport for your departure flight time