MOROCCO CAMEL TREKKING Fez to Fes 3 days / 2 nights

1st day: Fez – Azrou – Midalet – Errachidia – ziz valley – Erfoud – Merzouga (440 km)

After breakfast we will leave Fez toward Merouga passing by Ifran that is known as the Switzerland of Morocco, then Azrou which is known with its green tiled roofs and beautiful cedar forests that are the residence for monkeys. Next we take you to Midelt where you can enjoy your lunch. Continuing the road through the Middle Atlas Mountains and observe the nomads that live there. Also you will be mesmerised with the views of volcanic rock and nearby Errachidia you will notice the high cliffs and Ziz Valley that is surrounded with palm trees. In the next station Erfoud you will have the opportunity to visit a marble industry that is full of a variety of decorations. After that we will head to the final station of the day Merzouga. Overnight with Dinner and Breakfast in a Hotel.

2nd day: Merzouga - Erg Chebbi Dunes - Tamrdanite - Khamlia Hassi el-bied.

In the morning after breakfast your excursion will start from the hotel taking you through the sand-sea dunes near the Algerian border where you can have the chance to take photos and see the black volcanic rock, also you may meet a nomad families and see their nomadic lifestyle. Next you will pass close to tiny Berber villages like Tamrdanite before you reach Khamlia. In Khamlia (very little village in desert) you will enjoy moments of spiritual Gnawa music that is played with black people whom are the inhabitants of this village. In our way to the hotel you will be enchanted with the view of the lake of Ait Sareji (especially In springtime) which attracts pink flamingos and many others birds. Back to the hotel for rest and getting ready for an adventure (camel trekking) in the heart of the desert while heading to the bivouac, you will see the spectacular sunset through the dunes. You will enjoy Berber food, listening to the drums in a starry night and sleeping in a traditional tent (camel hair tent) in calmness and tranquillity.

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3rd day: Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Ziz Valley – Azrou-Fes

The camel man (trekker) will wake you up in dawn to see the spectacular sunrise in the desert, later you will return to the camp to have your breakfast. After the camel man take you back to the Auberge to have shower to refresh your body we drive to Rissani through the Ksours and kasbahs of Tafilalet. After that we transfer you back to Fez.

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• 3 Days Transportation in private Toyota Prado Land-Cruiser with A/C Or New Mini-Vans with A/C

• 2 Nights Accommodation in a Moroccan Authentic Riads

• English, French, Or Italian - speaking driver / guide for the entire trip

• English - speaking city guides in Marrakech and Fes

• Camel trekking to spend the night in a "Berber Tents" in the middle of Sahara desert of Erg Chebbi Dunes

• All Other Taxes


• Lunches

• Airfare (Flight Ticket)

• Beverages (Drinks)

• Tips for guide, drivers

• Travel insurance

I felt like a family member visiting from America rather than just a tourist
I have traveled twice with tour groups to Morocco, the first time with a tour group on a bus and most recently with Mohammed and his team from Trips To Morocco. The former experience pales in comparison to the latter. While I enjoyed my first trip I had no idea of just how much of Morocco I had missed. Touring Morocco with Mohammed engaged all the senses and Mohammed and his team of drivers/guides made this a journey of a lifetime. We were a diverse group of women ranging from extremely experienced travelers to novices and everyone had an incredible time. At no time did we feel unsafe. We always had someone with us as we ventured out into the cities, medinas, souks and dessert. We thoroughly enjoyed the local guides chosen my Mohammed. Their range of knowledge covered history, anthropology, sociology, geology. They were funny and personable. Furthermore, they enjoyed sharing their knowledge and had remarkable patience as they were peppered with questions. Mohammed ensured that we saw the Moroccan spectrume of religions, ethnicities, cuisine and music. During our nine day tour we enjoyed a cross-section of regions and natural wonders; snow-capped mountains, dessert, river valleys and gorges. The tour included accommodations which were astonishing! Two riads, luxurious camping in the dessert and a hotel. We were taken to many restaurants and food venues, also all beautiful, which clearly had safe food handling procedures since none us fell ill. Mohammed and his guides were attentive and provided a very personalized experience. The ratio, guide to traveler was 1:4. In contrast, on my first trip I traveled by bus with 30 travelers and did not enjoy the same depth of experience of the Moroccan landscape and culture. My vocabulary of superlatives cannot express how amazing, fantastic, awesome, fabulous, joyful this vacation was.

roxanah490 - Tripadvisor User

February 2020

If you are considering a trip to Morocco - look no further for a tour guide! These guys are the pros you are looking for
I traveled to Morocco with 16 women on a 10 day tour of Morocco this past February. Mohammed, along with his co-workers, could not have planned a better trip or taken better care of us. Having never been to a muslim country I was excited but a little nervous too. Our guides were professional, knowlegable, flexible, dependable, organized, and kind hearted. Traversing our way across a country where the culture was so different and where not one of us spoke the language seemed daunting but it turned out to be the best trip I have ever taken. We felt safe at all times and learned and experienced the treasures of Morocco. They were so good I want to go back and do another tour and take my daughter and husband!

Kristylovesmorocco - Tripadvisor User

February 2020