7 Days tour from Marrakech

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7 Days tour from Marrakech


Trips For Morocco recommends this 7 days tour from Marrakech to anyone who have enough time in Morocco. The Marrakech desert tour will allow you visit many destinations around Morocco from old medinas to the Atlas mountains, deserts and imperial cities. Our 7 days tour from Marrakech will offer you opportunities to discover different Moroccan cultures and lifestyles.

Tour highlights:

  • Passing by the Atlas mountains.
  • Discover the Unesco world heritage site of Ait Ben-Haddou kasbah.
  • Discover Dades and Todgha gorges.
  • Passing by Ziz valley.
  • Camel ride in Merzouga desert.
  • Overnight in the desert camp.
  • Visit Cedar of monkeys and Ifrane.
  • Visit Fes ,the oldest city in Morocco.
  • Be in the blue pearl Chefchaouen.
  • Explore the economic capital of Morocco, Casablanca.

Itinerary of 7 days tour from Marrakech:

Day 1: Marrakech to the Atlas mountains, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, and Boumalen Dades

Our 7 days tour from Marrakech starts from your accommodation in Marrakesh early morning. We take the road via Tizi nTichka port of 2260m high, stop at the top to enjoy landscapes and old Berber villages. We cross the High Atlas Mountains towards the Kasbah Ait ben Haddou, a UNESCO world heritage site since 1986, and a location for filming some parts of many movies and series  (Gladiator, Game of throne, and The Mummy…). After lunch, we drive a long passing by the large Skoura palm woods, then the roses valley. After we go directly to Dades valley.
Dinner and overnight in a local hotel or riad.

Day 2: Dades gorge towards Todgha gorge, , Ziz valley, and Merzouga desert

After breakfast we will go to Todra gorges canyon, walk under this 300m high cliffs. Next stop will be in Berber cooperative of Clothes where the locals dress you the main clothes of the Sahara and make Moroccan Henna for you and all this for free because people want to share their traditions. After this we get back to the road and pass by the palm groves of Jourf and Erfoud then finally reach Merzouga. Where you will ride camels with a local camel man to the heart of the desert. In your way  you will enjoy the shinning sunset in a high dune, then get to the camp. after dinner, the locals will play drums for you and dance around the campfire in a starry night.
Overnight in your Berber camp.

Day 3: 4×4 Merzouga desert excursion and Khamlia

We wake up you early in order not to miss the golden sunrise. After breakfast, we start an adventure by 4×4 vehicle crossing the dunes towards the nomads who still live in old tents, we will have a cup of tea with them and know more about their daily life. Next we visit Mifis village. Then  we will drive until we see the borders of Algeria. After that we drive back few minutes to Khamlia village, its people are originally from Mali and Sudan, they will play Gnawa music for you. We may have lunch with them. Then get you back to your riad/hotel to relax. 
Dinner and overnight.

Day 4:  Merzouga towards Rissani, Ziz valley, Midelt, Azrou and Fes

We begin our 7 days tour from Marrakech by a tasty breakfast, then drive about 45 kilometers to Rissani. We stop there to discover its traditional markets of spices, turbans and vegetables. Later on we take the road crossing by Erfoud, Aoufos, and  have a stop in Ait chaker where you will see a panoramic view of palm trees and old villages. 
We continue driving via Ziz valley and crossing by Errachidia then midelt, the capital of apple. After lunch and renewing the energy, we drive towards the cedar forest near Azrou to watch and play with barbarian apes. Next we drive to Ifrane known as Switezerland of Morocco. After we go to Fez city. Dinner and overnight in your riad.

Day 5:  Fes cultural day tour

The fifth day of our 7 days tour from Marrakech  we will dedicate it to discover Fes with a local guide. After breakfast we walk in narrow streets of the old medina. then we go to visit the oldest university in the world, university of Al Quaraouyine, next we visit Royal palace gate, then Moulay Idriss mausolem. After lunch we go to see the Tanneries, where they make leathers. We go to the Jewish quarter. We will pick up you to see the city from above in a stunning panoramic view.
Dinner and overnight in your riad.
Day 6:  Fes towards, Rif mountains and Chefchaouen
After breakfast, our 7 days trip from Marrakech direction will be Chefchaoun crossing by the Rif mountains full of landscapes and olives trees , until we get to  the blue city, a magic city covered by the blue color. We will walk in its streets and take photos. As we will make sure to pick up you to see a panoramic view of the city from the Spanish mosque.
Dinner and overnight in your hotel.
Day 7:  Chefchaouen to Casablanca and Marrakech
Our final day starts with a Moroccan breakfast, then take the road towards Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco. We will visit the Hassan II Mosque, the second largest functioning mosque in Africa, and the first one in Morocco, its minaret is about 210m. After lunch, we drive to the red city of Marrakech, where we drop you in your accommodation (airport, hotel, riad…).  
End of our 7 days tour from Marrakech.

Tour includes:

  • Pick up/drop off at your accommodation in Marrakech.
  • English speaking driver/guide.
  • Private A/C transport during the tour.
  • Camel ride per each in Merzouga desert.
  • Overnight stays during the tour.
  • Overnight stay in Merzouga desert camp.
  • Diners and breakfasts during the tour.
  • 4×4 desert excusion.

Not included:

  • Lunches and soft drinks.
  • Entrance fees to monuments.
  • Other personal expenses.

Important note

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Frequent Asked Questions

Both Zagora and Merzouga are popular tourist destinations in Morocco, known for their desert landscapes and opportunities for camel trekking and experiencing the Sahara Desert. However, determining which one is better depends on your personal preferences and what you are looking for in your desert experience.

Zagora is located in the Draa Valley region and offers a more accessible desert experience compared to Merzouga. It is closer to major cities like Marrakech, making it a convenient option for travelers with limited time. The desert in Zagora is still impressive, with beautiful dunes and picturesque sunsets. However, the dunes in Zagora are smaller compared to those in Merzouga.

On the other hand, Merzouga is renowned for its stunningly large dunes, including the famous Erg Chebbi. These dunes are among the highest in Morocco and offer a more dramatic and immersive desert experience. Merzouga is located in southeastern Morocco, close to the Algerian border, and a bit farther from major cities. This can make it a slightly longer journey to reach, but many travelers consider it worth the effort for the breathtaking dunes.

Can you do a day trip to the Sahara Desert from Marrakech?

Yes, it is possible to do a day trip to the Sahara Desert from Marrakech, but it is a long journey and involves a significant amount of travel time. The Sahara Desert is located quite far from Marrakech, so keep in mind that it will be a long day with limited time to spend in the desert itself.

Yes, Merzouga Desert is indeed part of the Sahara Desert. The Sahara Desert is the largest hot desert in the world, covering a vast expanse of North Africa.

Merzouga is a small village located in southeastern Morocco, near the border with Algeria. It is renowned for its towering sand dunes, including the famous Erg Chebbi dunes. These dunes are part of the larger Sahara Desert, which extends beyond Merzouga into other parts of Morocco, Algeria, and neighboring countries.

The desert landscape in Merzouga showcases the typical characteristics of the Sahara, with its golden sand dunes, vast open spaces, and arid climate. It offers visitors an opportunity to experience the beauty and tranquility of the Sahara Desert in Morocco.

Can you camp in the Sahara desert?

Yes, camping in the Sahara Desert is a popular and memorable experience for many travelers. There are several options available for camping in the Sahara, including both organized camps and independent camping.

Whether you choose an organized camp or independent camping, spending a night under the starry desert sky is a unique and enchanting experience. The silence, vastness, and beauty of the desert make it a memorable part of any journey to Morocco. Just remember to follow guidelines and respect the environment to minimize your impact on the delicate desert ecosystem.

The Merzouga Desert, located in Morocco, is generally considered safe for visitors. 

It’s recommended to hire a local guide or join a reputable tour company when exploring the desert. They are familiar with the terrain and can provide valuable guidance. Or travel in groups: If possible, travel in a group, especially when venturing into remote areas of the desert. This can enhance safety if any issues arise.

The desert environment can be challenging, with extreme temperatures during the day and potentially cold nights. Be prepared with appropriate clothing, sun protection, and sufficient water supplies.

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