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 6 days from Marrakech to merzouga desert. Deserts aren’t rushed. Discover the lifestyle of the nomads who live there, enjoy the sunset over the dunes, and see stars like never before.

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Take a VIP 6-day journey from Marrakech. Your personal skilled and authorized guide will help you enjoy South Morocco. Our private day trips and activities let you explore Morocco’s beauty.

Tour Plan :

Day 1: Arriving at the Marrakech Airport:

the beginning of your tour in Morocco that will last for six days. From Marrakech:
We will be waiting for each other at the airport when our respective flights land. Transfer to your accommodation in the Medina Regarding Marrakech You will have the day free to explore one of the imperial cities, during which time you will go to the famed Jemaa el Fna, where you may participate in a broad choice of outdoor sports.

Musicians, snake-handlers, and those willing to execute beautiful henna tattoos on young people are some of the things that you are likely to come across.
You are welcome to go through the many different artisan booths and look at the leather work, ceramics, and other items.

You could also be interested in visiting one of the city’s more well-known areas, such as Gueliz, Hivernage Palmeraie, or Mellah (the Jewish Quarter).
You also have the opportunity to snap photographs at the Koutoubia Mosque, which is widely regarded as one of the city’s most iconic landmarks.
Lodging options in the city of Riyadh.

Day 2: Marrakech Fez:

After finishing our breakfast, we set off in the direction of Fez, traveling via the several valleys that make up the Middle Atlas, including Ifrane, Azrou, Khénifra, and Beni Mellal.

Along the journey, we have the option of making a stop at a location that is home to a population of monkeys that we may photograph and feed.

Transfer to the hotel or riad.

Free time in the afternoon to get started with the gathering, which will take place in the area that is regarded as the spiritual and cultural core of the nation.

Day 3: Fes Sightseeing Tour:

There is the opportunity for a guided tour. You will have time to see the Royal Palace as well as its surrounding neighborhoods, including the Mellah (Jewish Quarter), La Nouvelle Ville (Villa Nueva), and Fez – el- Bali, a historic neighborhood located within the walls of the medina. You are going to have to stroll through its twisting lanes where donkeys are the sole mode of transportation for loading goods.

You’ll get an up-close look at the work of potters, smiths, tanners, weavers, and other artisans in their respective fields. There is hardly a shadow of a doubt that you will be taken back in time. You will discover that it is said to be the oldest university in the world, and that the study of Arabic and religion are at the heart of its mission.

Additionally, it is home to some of the most stunning architecture you could ever imagine being found in the middle of that globe. This encounter is definitely unique.

Day 4: Fez Volubilis Meknez Rabat:

Departure for Meknes, where you will get to see the remains of the ancient Roman city of Volubilis.

It was included on the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1997. They will have lunch in Meknes, also known as the Imperial City, and then continue on the route to Rabat, passing via Meknes, Fez, and Marrakech on the way. Imperial City, which is also known as the City of Gardens, is another name for the city. Administrative capital of Morocco.

For instance, the Mausoleum of Mohamed V, which is located in the courtyard of the Hassan Tower, is open to visitors. It is the location of the tombs of the King and his two children. Within the context of traditional Moroccan art, it is distinguished by its use of a timeless Arab-Andalusian style.
You may also learn about its medina, where you can see the peaceful cohabitation of Jews, Europeans, and Arabs on a daily basis.

Known for its mostly blue and white color scheme and its elevated position, from which one can see the Atlantic Ocean.
Riyadh Lodgings and Overnight Stays

Day 5: Rabat – Casablanca – Marrakesh:

After breakfast at the riad, we continue on our adventure to Casablanca, which got its name from one of the most famous movies to come out of Hollywood.

And if we are going to speak about notoriety, we will go to the Mosque of Hassan II in Morocco, which is the only religious temple in the country that welcomes tourists. The tallest temple in the world and the second biggest in the world after Mecca may be found on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean.

It has the capacity to hold around 80,000 people on the outdoors, and roughly 20,000 within the prayer hall.
The city of Casablanca is the biggest in Morocco and home to the country’s primary port.
It is widely regarded as the country’s most important economic and commercial hub.
Arrival in the city of Marrakech. Transfer to the hotel or riad.
Time left over for any last-minute purchasing.

Day 6: Airport Transfer at the Time of Your Flight:

Airport Transfer to the scheduled flight departure.
Your Morocco Tour From Marrakech Comes to an End Here.


  • Private AC Vehicle Throughout The Tour + Fuel.
  • Experienced English-Speaking Driver (Guide).
  • Breakfast And Dinner.
  • Camel Trek With Professional Guide (Desert Tours).
  • 1 Night Stay With Breakfast At Desert Camp
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities/Tips
  • Personal Expenses
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