6 Days Tour from Marrakech to Tangier Via Desert

The 6-day tour from Marrakech to Tangier via the Desert is highly recommended due to the diverse array of captivating destinations that one will see along the way. 

These include the exploration of Berber villages, Kasbahs, valleys, dunes, cities, and the ocean. During this 6-day period, participants will have the opportunity to partake in the culinary delights and cultural experiences of the Amazigh people.

What are the reasons for choosing to book the Marrakech to Tangier Desert Tour for a duration of 6 days?

This itinerary has been specifically curated for the enthusiastic traveller seeking to delve into the cultural and geographical wonders of the kasbahs, Berber settlements, Atlas Mountains, oasis, and the Sahara desert in the region of Merzouga. This trip is ideal for those seeking to immerse themselves in the visual and auditory aspects of Morocco within a limited timeframe. The Marrakech to Tangier desert trip, spanning 6 days, is designed for the adventurous traveller who is comfortable with extended periods of driving.

  • You may leave daily.
  • The Atlas Mountains are stunning.
  • Ait Benhaddou Kasbah is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Walk through the stunning Dades gorges.
  • Desert camel riding at Merzouga.
  • Camping out in the desert beneath the stars.
  • Sunset and dawn over the dunes are stunning.
  • Sahara Desert: Sleep beneath the stars among towering dunes.
  • sandy dunes.
  • Moroccan Grand Canyon’s Todra Gorge is breathtaking.
  • rock formations.
  • Drive through Ziz valle palm groves.
  • Local drummers play campfire music.
  • Drive through Draa valley palm trees.
  • The trip has an English or Spanish guide.
  • Hike from a rural Berber settlement to the breathtaking High Atlas Mountains.
  • The Atlas Mountains, the tallest mountain range in North Africa, provide stunning landscapes.
  • Visit Ouarzazate, Morocco’s Hollywood, and see the Atlas Cinema Studio.
  • the world’s biggest film studio, with its deteriorating sets amid the harsh desert climate.
  • Spend some time in Azrou’s Cedar forest to see and photograph Barbarian apes.
  • The inexpensive trip provides high-quality services.

How you will spend these 6 days tour in Morocco?

Morocco Days Tour company offers a suggested schedule for a 6-day tour in Morocco. This day-by-day plan is intended to provide you with an overview of how you will spend your time throughout the tour. The proposed trip schedule has the flexibility to be modified in order to align with the preferences of the individual, so allowing for a customised experience tailored to their specific requirements.

6 Days Tour from Marrakech to Tangier Via Desert

Our company driver will pick you up from your accommodation in the morning and then depart Marrakech in the direction of Dades Gorge. ascending the high Atlas Mountain range through the Tizi-in-Tichka pass (2260 m), with stops along the way for panoramic vistas and once-in-a-lifetime photos of Berber communities and their stunning surroundings.

The Kasbah of Ait Ben-Haddou,  a UNESCO-protected world heritage site and location for numerous worldwide motion pictures, including Game of Thrones and Gladiator, will be our destination by the afternoon. It is one of Morocco's most renowned and historic places.

We go to Ouarzazate to visit the Atlas Film studio after eating lunch at one of the local eateries in the Kasbah, where a number of well-known films, including Lawrence of Arabia, The Jewel of the Nile, The Mummy, Kingdom of Heaven, Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra, etc., were filmed. Take a quick stroll around Morocco's most spectacular fortification, the Kasbah of Taourirt.

After that, we take a path via the Skoura Valley, also known as the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs and Roses Valley," which is well-known for its rose water and artisanal distillation facilities, to get to the Dades Gorges. We will arrive at Dades Valley in the late afternoon, and you will stay overnight there in a hotel.

You will now have time to explore the stunning Dades Valley after breakfast in the morning before we keep driving to the Sahara Desert. We'll travel through the Dades Valley, a verdant haven dotted with farmers and palm trees. Toudgha Gorges, the renowned canyons that rise about 300 meters above the ground, will be the first stop in Tinghir.

It is regarded as a well-liked location for rock climbers, and Moroccan families take picnics by the river there. Before we carry on our journey, you will have the chance to stroll along the canal and snap some pictures. For lunch, the pit stop will be in Tinjdad. We'll continue on to Jorf village, where you can explore the subsurface irrigation system after that.

Then to the fossil-rich city of Arfod. The Merzouga Desert will be our next stop after that. Along the way, you will pass by the spectacular Erg Chebbi sand dunes, which are the tallest dunes in North Africa. You are never able to stop marveling at their sudden ascent from the arid floor. You will ride your camel across the tall Erg-Chebbi dunes once you've reached the desert.

On top of a tall dune, you will witness a breathtaking sunset. Before you go to the desert camp, you'll have time to view the sunset and take pictures. After a great dinner, local nomads will perform Berber music for your enjoyment under a bright sky. At the camp, there will be an overnight stay.

You should get up early today to appreciate the splendor of the desert sunrise. You will saddle your camel back to Merzouga after breakfast. where you will meet and depart for Fes with our driver. The Risani market will be the first destination, where locals may purchase and sell produce, livestock, and ethnic clothes.

You'll get the opportunity to visit the neighborhood here. We will then travel to Erfoud, which is well-known for its fossilized marbles. Before going to Ziz Valley, where we'll stop to snap pictures of its panoramic views, we'll stop at the cooperative fossils. Midelt will have lunch on time.

We'll travel on to Azrou later to photograph the untamed monkeys that live in the Cedarwoods jungle. travel to Fes via Ifrane (the Switzerland of Morocco). Our driver will drop you off at your accommodation in Fes Medina.

Your tour today will be devoted to learning about Morocco's spiritual capital with a native guide. You will meet your local guide after breakfast and begin your tour of the old medina from the outside. admiring the magnificent vista of Medina from the Merenid tombs.

Continue your exploration of the neighborhood after visiting the city's most significant locations by admiring the city's beautiful fountains, the mosaic Nejjarine Fountain, and touring the Medersas (Korean schools), which date back to the 13th century.

taking in the blue ceramics of the Bab Boujloud entryway, the Jewish Quarter'sMellah," which dates back to the 14th century, the Royal Palace Gate, and famous mosques including the Quaraouiyine Mosque, erected by Fatima el Fihri in 859, and the Andalusian Mosque, which dates back to 860.

After that, you'll wander through the winding lanes dotted with intricately woven Berber rugs and a variety of other Moroccan arts and crafts. You'll also see traditional Moroccan crafts at the ceramics cooperative, large tanneries in Chouara, and the Medersa Seffarin, where metal and other ornately decorated architectural masterworks are made. Stay the night at your riad.

The day officially starts after we meet our driver and depart for Chefchaouen. We will travel through the Rif Mountains and Ouazzan, stopping frequently to enjoy the wide-open vistas, breathtaking landscapes, and clean air.

We're going to have to travel for around four hours to get to the blue city. Chefchaouen is found in the north. It is known as ''The Blue Pearl" because of the towering, gorgeous, blue-painted walls that surround it. The origins of this shade of blue date back to the 15th century, when Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition invaded Chefchaouen.

You'll need to traverse the city's winding, sharply descending streets, where photo opportunities abound. Plaza Uta El-Hammam, located in the heart of Medina, will be your first destination. a tranquil setting surrounded by cafés and restaurants There, you can view the artistic creations in newly opened galleries.

You will also be able to see the Grand Mosque, the Ras Elma River, which runs through the old city, and the Ethnographic Museum, which houses musical instruments, images of the historic city, and other cultures. After walking across the entire blue city, check into your hotel for the night.

We'll leave after breakfast for Tangier. We will pass through Tetouan, which Jewish and Muslim exiles from southern Spain founded in the fourteenth century. UNESCO has designated Medina as a World Heritage Site. You want to stroll around its stalls and white buildings. The unique tile work of the city may be found on the flooring, pillars, and dados, indicating that the architecture of Sevilla, Andalusian, and Cordoba cities reflects the Moorish influence.

Later, we continue our journey to Tangier by crossing the Rif mountains, which are just a few kilometers from the sea. This provides the option of stopping to admire and photograph the unique and wonderful environment.

We'll visit the famed Hercules Cave and Cap Spartel, where the Mediterranean and Atlantic oceans meet, before we drop you off at your accommodation. This will be the end of our services.



Please If the itineraries we offer do not meet your needs, please contact us. and tell us about your ideas, and one of our experts will contact you to help you create a one-of-a-kind trip…

What to take on your Morocco Tour?

It is very advisable to use suitcase locks that are authorised by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for securing your bags. Additionally, it is recommended to personally carry expensive items while onboard the aircraft.
A significant number of our excursions include many relocations of our operational centre, hence we strongly advise minimising the weight of your belongings while packing. It is essential to acknowledge that there may not consistently be an individual accessible to provide assistance in transporting one’s belongings. Consequently, it is advisable to limit the amount of luggage to a manageable load that can be carried alone.

  • To respect the culture of the destination
  • Travelers should dress modestly and avoid tank tops, low cut shirts, and short shorts.
  • Headscarves are optional.
  • Hiking clothing and shoes (may become muddy).
  • Bathing suit.
  • Comfortable walking shoes.
  • A lightweight jacket/windbreaker (Essaouira is windy).
  • Bring a thick jacket (Note: The High Atlas Mountains may be chilly from November to March).
  • Be prepared for frigid winter nights.
  • Power adapter for 220v, 50 Hz (rounded two-prong outlets).
  • Toiletries.
  • Sunscreen, sunglasses, hat.
  • Prepare a first-aid pack containing lip balm, aspirin, band-aids, muscle cream, Imodium pills for moderate diarrhoea, and any other prescription medications.
Travel Documents
  • A valid passport, together with accompanying photocopies.
  • The provision of travel insurance, together with the inclusion of photocopies.
  • Airline tickets, accompanied by photocopies.
  • Are there any entrance permits or immunisation certificates that are required?
  • In terms of payment methods, individuals have the option to use credit cards, debit cards, or cash.
  • Specifically, credit cards from MasterCard and Visa are often used.
  • The most often used payment methods are American Express and Maestro cards.
  • The use of the product in Morocco presents challenges.
  • The aforementioned document, which has been printed.

It is recommended to get sufficient insurance coverage prior to the scheduled departure date as a precautionary measure against unanticipated events. The scope of coverage should include potential issues such as damage or loss of luggage, aircraft delays or cancellations, and other related matters.

Mohamed Nogot

Mohamed Nogot is the founder and owner of Morocco Days, providing exceptional travel experiences and tours for those who crave adventure. With over a decade of experience in the tourism industry, Mohamed's passion for travel and exploring the hidden gems of Morocco has led him to establish a company that offers personalized and tailored tours, ensuring that every traveler has an unforgettable experience. Morocco Days allows guests to immerse themselves in the local culture, explore some of the country's most breathtaking landscapes, and indulge in traditional cuisine. Mohamed's focus on eco-tourism and sustainable travel creates an opportunity for travelers to give back while improving the lives of local communities. When you join a Morocco Days tour, you're not just a guest; you become part of a family that's passionate about showcasing the beauty of Morocco. Mohamed and his team of professionals strive to create memories that will last a lifetime.
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