7 days tour from Tangier

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7 days tour from Tangier


Arriving to Tangier by plane or ferry and would love to spend some time in Morocco? Our 7 days tour from Tangier will give you opportunities to visit the main attractions of Morocco. The 7 days Morocco tour from Tangier starts from Tangier and finishes in the melting pot Marrakech. Book our 7 days tour from Tangier and discover Morocco from North to South.

Tour highlights:

  • Explore Chefchaouen , the blue pearl.
  • Visit Fes.
  • Feed monkeys in the famous Cedar forest.
  • Cross the Ziz valley.
  • Enjoy desert and  camel ride to the camp.
  • Pass by Draa valley.
  • Visit Ait Ben Haddou kasbah.
  • Thousands of Kasbah in the road.
  • Be in Tizi N Tichka high altitude of 2260 meters .
  • Explore Marrakech , the red city.

Itinerary of 7 days Morocco tour from Tangier:

Day 1: Tangier to Chefchaouen

Our 7 days tour from Tangier begins from Tangier, where we pick up you from your location. We drive towards Chefchaoune, we will explore this blue colorful city. it is famous of its blue color which made to be called named as the “Blue City” or “the Blue Pearl”. we will take amazing pictures, and  make sure to take you to a high place where you will see the whole city from above. Overnight in your hotel.

Day 2: Chefchaouen to Volubilis, Meknes and Fes

After breakfast, we will drive to visit Volubilis, the Roman ruins, sited as UNESCO world heritage site. We discover its historical buildings. Next We cross by the city of Meknes, where we will visit Lahdim square, Bab Mansour, and the Shrine of Moulay Ismail. After lunch, we drive to the imperial city of Fes. Dinner and overnight in your riad.
Day 3:  Fes cultural day tour
After breakfast, we start our 7 days tour from Tangier in which we will explore the imperial city of Fes with a local guide. You will explore the Old Medina with its narrow streets and discover its structure, then go to the University of Al Quaraouyine, the oldest university in the world, then visit the Tanneries, where they made traditional leathers by hands, you will pass by the golden door of Royal palace, and the Moulay Idriss Mausoleum. Dinner and overnight in your  riad.
Day 4: Fes to Ifrane, Azrou, Midelt and Merzouga
We start our new day by breakfast, then head to Ifrane city, “the Moroccan Switzerland”, then next Cedar forest of Azrou, where you will watch Barbarian apes and feed them. We drive via the Middle Atlas Mountains  crossing the Tizi nTlghemt pass, then reach the capital of apple, Midelt city. After lunch there, we take the road passing by the long oasis of Ziz valley, we will stop to enjoy the panoramic view of the palm trees and old Berber villages. Next we drive crossing by Erfoud, known as the location of dates and fossils, then Merzouga where we will find our camels are waiting. We ride them towards the heart of the desert. You will enjoy the golden sundown from above of a high dune, then get to your camp. while having dinner, the locals will make the fire to gather around it and listen to drums and dance around the bonfire in starry night and peaceful weather, and they will teach you how to play like them as well.
Overnight in your camp.
Day 5: Merzouga desert tour with 4×4
The staff camp will wake up you early to catch up the best sunrise ever from a high dune. Then we will ride our 4×4 vehicle to explore Sahara desert and Erg Chebbi, first by visiting Khamlia village, its locals were brought as slaves from Sudan and Mali. We will listen to their Gnaoua style of music. Later on we go to say hello to a nomadic family who still live in old tents far away from modernity and technology. After having a cup of them and discuss about their daily life. We go to explore the Erg Chebbi dunes, and visit the abandoned village of Miffis then get back to your hotel/riad. Dinner and overnight there. 
Day 6: Merzouga to Rissani, Erfoud, Todgha gorge and Dades gorge
 After breakfast we take the road again with new energy towards Rissani city, we will visit its traditional market(Souk). Next we take the road to Todra Gorge, a high Canyon of 300meters with its enormous proportions. After lunch, we drive via the Dades valley towards your riad/hotel in Boumaln Dades. Dinner and overnight.
Day 7: Dades to roses valley, Ouarzazate, Ait Ben Haddou and Marrakech
After breakfast, we drive crossing the route of Thousand Kasbah, Kalaat Magouna(the Valley of the Roses), we pass by the Palm grove of Skoura then get to Ouarzazte city which described as the Hollywood of Africa. Where we will visit Taourirt kasbah, used to be the residence of Glaoui or Pasha of Marrakech. Next we go to visit the UNESCO world heritage site, the fortified Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, it was chosen as a location to film some part of international movies and series among them Gladiator, Game of throne, Indiana Jones  and so many others. After lunch, we move crossing the high Atlas Mountains via the high pass of Tizi nTichka, a pass of 2260 m in its altitude, where we will take a pause to enjoy the landscapes and a panoramic view. Next we drive to Marrakech to your accommodation(airport, hotel, riad…). End of our 7 days tour from Tangier.

Tour includes:

  • Pick up from your accommodation in Tangier.
  • Drop off in Marrakech.
  • English speaking driver/guide.
  • Private A/C transport during the tour.
  • Camel ride per each in Merzouga desert.
  • Overnight stays during the Morocco tour.
  • Breakfasts and diners.

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.

We have extensive knowledge of the destination you’re visiting. We can provide valuable insights, recommendations, and access to hidden gems that you might not discover on your own. Our expertise can enhance your travel experience and help you make the most of your trip.

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