Best in Morocco tours in 10 Days from Fes


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This epic journey of 9 days and 8 nights will take you to many great locations. First, you will go on a guided tour of Fes, then to Morocco’s Switzerland, Ifrane, and the cedar forest. Then take a scenic drive along the Ziz River. Then we arrive at the Merzouga Sahara desert. Where you may ride camels and spend the night in a luxurious tent in the desert. In addition, experience the Sahara’s magnificent sunsets and sunrises. In addition to 44 journeys exploring the Sahara desert. You will also visit the historic market of Rissani and the fossil town of Erfoud. Then proceed to the Todra gorges, Dades gorges, and Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.

Cross the Tizi-N-Tichka pass and the High Atlas Mountains. Sightseeing in Marrakech and Essaouira. Visit Casablanca, Morocco’s biggest city, and Rabat, the country’s capital. Then there’s Meknes, one of the imperial cities, Volubilis’ Roman remains, and Chefchaouen, the blue city. Finally, the journey comes to a close in Tangier.

Highlights :

  • Immerse in the heart of Morocco, exploring Fes’ historic Medina, UNESCO World Heritage sites, and panoramic views of the city.
  • Embark on a scenic journey southwards, experiencing Ifrane’s alpine charm, the cedar forest with Barbary macaques, and culminating in a magical camelback ride through Merzouga’s golden dunes.
  • Encounter nomads, delve into Khamlia’s Gnaoua music, and witness the breathtaking landscapes of Merzouga, including a visit to the mesmerizing Flamingo Lake.
  • Traverse the vibrant Rissani Souk, discover fossilized marvels in Erfoud, explore the dramatic Todra Gorges, and savor the beauty of Dades Valley.
  • Explore the UNESCO-listed Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, drive through the stunning High Atlas Mountains, and capture the essence of Morocco’s diverse landscapes.
  • Discover Marrakech’s imperial treasures, from the Bahia Palace to the bustling souk, ending the day at the iconic Koutoubia mosque.
  • Head west to Essaouira, witness the famous Argan tree goats, explore the fishing port, and unwind in the historic Medina by the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Explore the grand Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca and discover the historic charm of Rabat, visiting landmarks like Hassan Tower and the Kasbah of the Udayas.
  • Enjoy the picturesque Kasbah of Oudaya in Rabat before venturing north to the enchanting Blue City of Chefchaouen, nestled in the Rif Mountains.
  • Stroll through Chefchaouen’s captivating alleys and conclude your journey with a scenic drive through the Rif Mountains to Tangier, bidding farewell to Morocco.



  • Private 4×4 vehicle or minibus with A/C.
  • English-speaking driver.
  • Accommodation
  • Camel ride.
  • Breakfasts & dinners
  • Lunches & drinks.
  • Entrance fees to monuments if any.

Tour Amenities

Accepts Credit Cards
Car Parking
Outdoor Seating
Smoking Allowed

Tour Plan

The 9-day Morocco tour begins with a pickup from the airport or your hotel in Fes. The next day, we devote the day to seeing the highlights of Fes with a local guide. In addition to being the cultural and religious heart of Morocco, the city is considered one of the imperial cities.

To begin the day, we go to the Royal Palace gate. Then there's the well-preserved medieval Medina, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will go to the Blue Gate, also known as Bab Boujloud, which is the gateway of the ancient Medina. You'll enter the Medina to see the Medrasa Bouanania, the Najjarine Fountain, and the Tanneries. Finally, the Quaraouin mosque and university, the world's oldest institution. Following that, we depart from the Medina to explore the Jewish district, commonly known as "the Mellah." We travel to a historic citadel in the afternoon for a panoramic view over the Medina and the city of Fes. Finally, make your way back to your Riad.

As the sun rises and bathes the desert in a warm morning glow, savor a hearty breakfast that energizes you for the day's adventures. Our journey unfolds as we head southwards, first visiting Ifrane, a city renowned for its alpine-style architecture, cool temperatures, and snowy landscapes, often earning it the moniker "the Switzerland of Morocco." Its charming houses and picturesque surroundings make for a delightful stop on our route.

Continuing our exploration, we venture into the cedar forest, a haven for Barbary macaques. Here, you'll have the chance to interact with these fascinating creatures, perhaps even offering them a treat while meandering through the forest. After an eventful morning, we'll make our way to Midelt, where you can indulge in a leisurely lunch at your own pace.

Our journey then leads us to Merzouga, nestled within the Saharan desert, and we take in the scenic beauty along the way. As we navigate the Tizi-n-Tilghmt pass and trace the contours of the Ziz valley, we'll pause at strategic points to relish panoramic views that stretch as far as the eye can see.

In the afternoon, we arrive at the stunning Sahara desert of Merzouga. Here, the landscape transforms into a sea of sandy dunes, and it's time to embrace the desert experience. You'll transition to camelback, and with the gentle sway of your trusty companions, you'll traverse the golden sands. The highlight of this desert adventure unfolds as you reach the summit of a towering dune to witness the breathtaking sunset over the Saharan horizon.

Our journey leads to a unique desert camp, where you'll enjoy a blend of traditional nomadic tents and the comforts of a hotel. As the night descends and the sky comes alive with a multitude of stars, you'll be serenaded by the enchanting rhythms of Berber drums. Around the campfire, under the vast expanse of the open sky, you'll relish a sumptuous dinner. This is a truly magical desert experience that will leave you with lasting memories of the Sahara. It's here that you'll retire for the night, immersed in the tranquility of the desert.

Getting up early in the morning is essential if you want to see the lovely sunrise in the midst of the desert. Breakfast is optional. Then you return to Merzouga on camels, where the driver awaits. We plan to spend the day exploring the Merzouga area. There are other wonderful features in the region, including sand dunes, natural lakes, mines, fossil places, and spectacular oasis. Which are perfect locations for a variety of outdoor sports.

To begin our tour in Merzouga, we drive off-road to an old eyeliner mine. Then we pay a visit to the nomads in their handwoven tent. Learn about their way of life while sipping a cup of Berber tea. The Khamlia village is our next stop, where you will experience Gnaoua music and dance performances. Its residents come from Sub-Saharan African nations such as Mali, Sudan, and Niger. Lunch at a restaurant is optional. After that, we go for a walk in a palm tree forest. Then travel a few kilometers to witness Merzouga's wild lake, commonly known as Flamingo Lake. Dinner and an overnight stay In a hotel room.

On the fourth day of our cultural Moroccan tour, we leave the desert behind and explore various fascinating destinations, each with its unique cultural and natural highlights.

Our journey starts after a delicious breakfast in Merzouga. We bid farewell to the captivating Sahara as we head towards Rissani, an ancient city that holds historical significance as the former capital of Tafilalet. Rissani remains a significant trading center in the region, especially on its bustling souk days (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays).

In Rissani, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the Rissani Souk. This market offers a glimpse into local daily life, and you can browse for unique souvenirs and witness the age-old trading traditions of the region.

Our adventure continues to Erfoud, a town famous for its fossilized marble. Here, you'll visit a local workshop to witness how these geological treasures are transformed into beautiful decorative items. It's an opportunity to appreciate the craftsmanship and skills that have been passed down through generations.

As we journey through the palm groves of Touroug and Tinjdad, we'll follow the course of the Todra River. This river has carved the breathtaking Todra Gorges, a remarkable canyon featuring towering red cliffs. The gorges are a haven for rock climbers, and even if you're not an enthusiast, you'll be in awe of the dramatic beauty of this natural wonder.

A leisurely lunch at a local restaurant follows, allowing you to refresh and savor local cuisine. The next leg of our journey takes us through the captivating Dades Valley. Our route leads to Boumalne Dades, a picturesque town in the valley known for its "monkey fingers" rock formation and stunning vistas.

We conclude our day's adventures with a comforting dinner and an overnight stay in a well-appointed hotel, providing you with a peaceful night's rest.

We continue our journey to Kalaa Magouna after breakfast to view the Rose Valley. In May, there is a Rose Festival. Where locals sell rose items such as fragrances, rose water, oil, and cosmetics. We then travel through Skoura's palm groves. Later, we arrive at Ouarzazate, commonly known as the Desert Gate. We'll go to the studios where renowned movies were made.

We leave for Ait Ben Haddou's famed Kasbah. A fortified settlement designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Furthermore, the Kasbah has featured in several films, including Gladiator, Alexander, The Mummy, and others. And TV shows like Game of Thrones. Then we go to Marrakesh. Driving across the High Atlas Mountains and the Tizi-N-Tichka pass. Stops will be made for lunch and photographing fascinating locations. Stay in a Riad in Marrakech for the night.

We will be seeing the top attractions in Marrakech with a local guide after a hearty breakfast. The city is regarded as one of Morocco's four imperial cities. The Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs, and the Ben Youssef Quranic mosque are all included in the tour. and a walk through Morocco's biggest traditional souk.

Lunch break in the vicinity of Jemaa El-Fna plaza. Later on, you go to the Majorelle Garden and the biggest mosque in Marrakech, the Koutoubia mosque. Lastly, make your way to your lodging.You are welcome to explore Jemaa El-Fna on your own.

Bid farewell to Marrakech and set forth on a journey to the coastal gem, Essaouira, celebrated for its seafood delights, stunning beaches, and medieval allure. The day begins with a scenic drive westward, revealing the picturesque landscapes that showcase Morocco's rich cultural tapestry.

En route, witness the famous Argan tree goats, a captivating testament to the harmonious relationship between nature and Moroccan traditions. Upon arriving in Essaouira, formerly known as Mogador, delve into its history and distinctive atmosphere.

Explore the vibrant fishing port, where the lively activities of local fishermen and their colorful boats paint a vivid picture of Essaouira's maritime heritage. The ancient ramparts, adorned with iconic cannons, unfold tales of the city's strategic significance.

Wander through the historic Medina, a treasure trove of vibrant souks offering an array of local handicrafts and unique products. Immerse yourself in the charm of Essaouira before retiring to your hotel for the night, surrounded by the city's cultural richness and natural beauty.

Following breakfast, we continue the 9-day Moroccan adventure as we depart from Essaouira, taking a scenic coastal route towards the bustling city of Casablanca, Morocco's economic hub. In Casablanca, we explore the magnificent Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco, offering a blend of architectural grandeur and spiritual significance.

We also take in the picturesque views along the Casablanca Corniche. After some free time for lunch, we proceed to Rabat, the country's capital, where we'll spend the night. Rabat, with its rich history and modernity, offers a unique blend of old-world charm and contemporary Moroccan life. It's a city graced with splendid architecture, including the iconic Hassan Tower, the grand Mausoleum of Mohammed V, and the enchanting Kasbah of the Udayas overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

Following a delightful breakfast, we delve into the charms of Rabat, one of Morocco's imperial cities and its present-day capital. Situated on the northwest Atlantic coast, Rabat boasts a captivating blend of history and contemporary life. Our exploration takes us to the city's prominent highlights, including the iconic Hassan Tower, a historical minaret, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, a grand monument of royal significance, and the picturesque Kasbah of Oudaya, a fortress with breathtaking views.

With some free time for lunch, we then embark on a journey northward through Ouazzane, leading us to the enchanting Blue City of Chefchaouen, nestled in the scenic Rif Mountains. Known for its distinctive blue-painted buildings and winding alleyways, Chefchaouen offers a unique and picturesque ambiance. Here, we will spend the night, surrounded by the town's captivating beauty.

You'll have some free time on the last day of your 10-day Moroccan trip, enabling you to slowly meander around the enchanting lanes of the Blue City, Chefchaouen, soaking up the last moments of its wonderful atmosphere.

Depending on your flight schedule, you'll next travel via the picturesque Rif Mountains to Tangier, where you'll be dropped off at the airport, capping up your unforgettable Moroccan trip.

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