Morocco Desert Safari Tours

Imagine a stay in the Moroccan desert, this Morocco Desert Safari Tours is a marvelous way to discover the beauty and mysticism of the Sahara desert, visiting the South cities like Marrakesh, "the Pearl of the South", travel to Morocco through the beautiful and impressive landscapes of the Atlas Mountains to Ouarzazate, continue to Merzouga, the last big settlement before the endless sand sea of the Sahara desert, then proceed to Fez the religious capital of Morocco


Day 1: Marrakech airport / Marrakech
Arrival at Marrakech airport, welcome by All Tours Egypt staff. Assistance and transfer to your hotel for check-in, we start our visit by the Majorelle Garden, then we drive along the Ramparts with the Atlas as a backdrop, the shade of olive grove around Agdal garden and the charm of Menara basin. Overnight at the Diwane hotel located in the middle of the city

Day 2: Marrakech / Ouarzazate / Boumalne
Breakfast, departure to Ouarzazate, nicknamed the door of the desert. Ouarzazate is located at an elevation of 1,160 m. The town is chiefly inhabited by the Berbers who constructed many of the prominent Kasbahs and buildings for which the area is known. Ouarzazate is an important holiday destination in Morocco as a point start of excursions across the Draa Valley and into the desert. The fortified village (Ksar) of Aït Benhaddou west of the city, is a UNESCO world Heritage Site. The Ouarzazate area is also a noted film making location with Morocco’s biggest Studios inviting many international film companies to shoot their films. We travel over the High Atlas Mountains via the Tizi-n Tichka pass. During the journey, we will enjoy many beautiful scenes of the Berber villages, elevated views of the Mountains. Lunch at leisure is expected at the restaurant riad Maktoub ( in the opposite side of the Kasbah Aït Benhaddou. Continuation to Ouarzazate for the visit of Kasbah Tifoultout and Ouarzazate, then we leave to Boumalne through the Kelaat Megouna. The town of Kelaat M'Gouna in the Souss-Massa-Draâ region of the province of Tinghir and is most likely best known for the Festival of Roses which celebrates the rose petal harvest in May each year. Kelaat M'Gouna, also known as El-Kelaa, is home to the country's largest rose water and rose oil manufacturers – products which are used extensively in fragrances, beauty products and the traditional cuisine of Morocco. Visitors to the manufacturers can purchase rose water and other rose-scented products, bearing in mind that it takes up to three tons of rose petals to produce one liter of rose water. Overnight at the hotel  
Day 3: Boumalne / Todra Gorges / Erfoud / Merzouga
Breakfast, early departure to Merzouga via Todra Gorges We admire many Kasbahs in vicinity of gorges with defence purposes. We may encounter the Nomadic still living between the Mountains and the desert. After lunch at leisure in Erfoud at the hotel la Kasbah xaluca (, we continue our route to Merzouga, this will be the starting point for an unforgettable ride in the desert. After check-in at the hotel Tombouctou ( then you will be taken on a camel ride to see the sunset over the dunes. Overnight at the hotel 
Day 4: Merzouga / Erfoud / Midelt / Ifrane / Fes
Breakfast, early departure to Fes via the Mountains and the Cedar wood of the middle Atlas passing by Ifrane, a charming Ski resort and Azrou, an important handicraft centre We travel also through the Ziz valley dotted with palm trees, which are the source for the yearly date Festival in Erfoud. Overnight at the hotel Mounia hotel

Day 5: Fes
The whole day is devoted to the city-sightseeing of Fez, the religious capital of Morocco: the medieval Medina with its Attarine and Bou Anania Medersas, the Nejjarine fountain, the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, and the Karaouine mosque, lunch at leisure in the Medina, afternoon, visit of Fez Jdid. Overnight at the hotel

Day 6: Fez / Beni Mellal / Marrakech 
After breakfast, departure to Marrakech passing by Immouzer El Kandar and Azrou, through the wooded and mountains region of the middle Atlas, arrival to Beni Mellal, lunch at leisure in Beni Mellal and continuation to Marrakech. Overnight at the hotel Diwane

Day 7: Marrakech 
Breakfast, the day will be devoted to the visit of Marrakech, the second oldest imperial city known as the “Pearl of the South” with the Saadian tombs, the koutoubia, and the Bahia Palace. Lunch at leisure afternoon, exploration of the souks and the Djemaa El Fna Square

Day 8: Marrakech / Marrakech Airport 

Breakfast, the transfer to the airport of Marrakech for return flight home

  • Meet and assist in Marrakesh Airport
  • Accommodation on bed & breakfast at the hotels 
  • Transportation by an air conditioned Mini Bus 8 seats with an English Speaking driver  
  • Entrance fees to the monuments
  • Local guides in Marrakech & Fes
  • Services and Charges

  • Air fare
  • Travel insurance
  • Drinks & personal expenses
  • All meals


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