8 DAYS TOUR FROM tangier

Please On the off chance that the agendas we offer don’t address your issues, kindly get in touch with us. furthermore, inform us regarding your thoughts, and one of our specialists will reach you to assist you with making an exceptional excursion…


8 Days Tour from Tangier to Marrakesh through the Imperial Cities of Morocco (Fes, Marrakesh, and Meknes) over the course of 8 days in the desert. Take in the sights of Volubilis and the Middle Atlas Mountains. The vacation also includes a camel ride, desert camping, and a visit to the Merzouga Sahara. Take a trip to the High Atlas Mountains, Ouarzazate, and Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.
Through visits to imperial Morocco’s grand palaces, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, mazelike medinas, and buzzing souks, this 8-day itinerary will give you a fascinating glimpse into the country’s storied past.
The attractions of the two imperial towns, Fes and Marrakech, will be revealed on the included guided excursions. You may find several original riads in the center of each imperial city, adjacent to the most popular sights. Along with spending the night in a Berber tent in the middle of the magnificent Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga, Sahara.


  • Take enjoy the Rif Mountains’ beautiful scenery.
  • Trip to Chefchaouen, Morocco’s “Blue City”
  • Go check out the ancient ruins. Volubilis, a Roman city
  • With a knowledgeable guide, you can see the best of Fes and Marrakech.
  • Become Acquainted with Ape-Like Barbarians in Azrou Forest of Cedars
  • Views from afar of the Erg Chebbi sands
  • Experience Desert adventure on a camel in Merzouga, Sahara
  • Enjoy the evening as the sun sets over the beach dunes.
  • Participate in a Sandboarding Event
  • Campfire feast and celebration (Berber Drums)
  • Spending the Night in a Desert Camp in the Merzouga
  • Travel to Ouarzazate to see the Atlas Studio and Taourirt Kasbah.
  • You must see Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, a World Heritage Site.
  • Gorgeous panoramas of the Atlas Mountains


To reach Chefchaouan, one of the most beautiful towns at the base of the Rif mountains, we will travel today via the Rif highlands and Tetouan city, taking in the breathtaking mountain scenery along the way.
The central plaza of the Chefchaouen medina was built in the form of a Spanish plaza, and it was flanked by unique shops selling arts and crafts, restaurants with rooftop seating, and cozy cafés where you could spend the evening taking in the fresh air and the scenery.

Our 8-day desert journey from Tangier to Marrakech begins with a hearty breakfast at the riad before heading off for the Volubilis crossing through Ouazan and other Rif settlements. The Roman remains at Volubilis are an important part of Moroccan history, and they’ll be explored during our trip.
After lunch, we’ll continue our journey to Meknes city (the 17th-century legacy), where we’ll explore the ancient walls of the medina, bab el Mansour, and the revered Moulay Ismail mausoleum. We depart for Fes city in the late afternoon, where we will spend the night.

Subsequent to having a luscious breakfast at the riad, we started our 10-day visit from Fes in the new area of the city, where we approach the regal royal residence, barium Jews (Mellah).
Then we’ll go to a perspective where we can see all the medina from the south pinnacle and the couple of mosques. By foot, we’ll explore the medina, an UNESCO World Legacy Site.
In its overly complex roads organized by organizations of potters, dyers, … and so on, the clamor of individuals will ship you back hundreds of years. You will see that it is a middle age town, and that time has halted the clock. Supper and short-term in a riad.


We will leave your accommodation in the morning for the drive to Merzouga via Errachidia and Erfoud. The Ziz Gorge and the Tiz Ntalghamt pass are two of the most interesting areas you’ll see on your journey. As you get closer to Errachidia, the landscape will start to change, revealing glimpses of the desert. This is where you’ll stop for lunch and experience the warm hospitality of the local Berbers.
After that, we’ll drive down Ziz Valley on route to Erfoud (a well-known fossils city) and Rissani, pausing for scenic vistas along the way (with its famous souk). A drink of mint tea awaits us upon our afternoon arrival in Merzouga, followed by a camel ride into the desert, where we’ll spend the night listening to Berber music and trying our hands at sandboarding.

We get up early to see the sun rise over the Erg Chebbi sand dunes, then ride camels back to the hotel. After I eat and clean up in the morning.
The journey out of the desert will include driving via the Saghro mountains and hiking through the Todra Gorge before we reach Dades Valley, where we will spend the night. We slept the night at a riad/hotel in the Dades Gorges.

After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, you’ll depart for Kalaa M’gouna and Ouarzazate through the Dades Valley. The path of a thousand kasbahs leads through Dades Valley. Ouarzazate, Morocco’s “Cinema City,” and T-Hami El Glaoui’s massive Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah are all on our itinerary (the UNESCO heritage site).
After that, we’ll take a road trip into the High Atlas Mountains, stopping along the route to take in the breathtaking scenery and see some quaint Berber communities before finally arriving in Marrakech, where we’ll spend the night at a hotel.

We will have an extraordinary directed visit through the city with an authority guide from Marrakech. In the first place, you will investigate the magnificence of Marrakech by visiting the well known Koutoubia Mosque and the old Medina with its beguiling customary souks.
Likewise, we will be essential for the Ali Ben Youssef Koranic School prior to visiting various spots that describe the city of Marrakech, for example, the Saadian, the Bahia Royal residence, and Majorelle Nurseries. Around evening time, we will make a beeline for a Riad in the old Medina to eat and some rest.


Depending on the time of your flight, you will be taken today to the airport.

What is Included
What is Excluded
Seraphinite AcceleratorBannerText_Seraphinite Accelerator
Turns on site high speed to be attractive for people and search engines.