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A 7-Day Trip from Marrakech To Tangier via Chefchouen

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7-Day Desert Trip: Marrakech to Tangier via the Sahara:

Begin an unforgettable journey through Morocco’s breathtaking landscapes with our 7-day desert tour from Marrakech to Tangier. Explore the Blue Pearl of Chefchaouen, discover the historical city of Fes, traverse the majestic High Atlas Mountains, and visit ancient Kasbahs and green valleys along the way. Experience camel trekking in Erg Chebbi and enjoy an overnight stay at a nomadic campsite under the starlight Sahara sky.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to create lasting memories on this remarkable 7-day desert tour from Marrakech with Morocco Road Trips.

Marrakech to Tangier via Sahara Highlights:

  • Explore the Blue Pearl of Chefchaouen
  • Explore the cultural richness of one of Morocco's former Imperial Cities.
  • Full day sightseeing in Fes
  • Stop at the amazing cedar forest and wild monkeys of Azrou
  • Explore the Ziz Valley
  • Camel trekking in the Merzouga Sahara Desert
  • Overnight stay in a nomadic desert camp
  • Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Todgha and Dades Gorges
  • Visit most of Morocco's UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Traverse the scenic beauty of the High Atlas Mountains.

7 Days Marrakech to Tangier itinerary:

Starting from Marrakech, we traverse the Tizi ‘n’ Tichka pass , and Berber villages charm. The highlight of the day is the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO site heritage before continuing through Ouarzazate. En route to Dades valley, we pass the Road of the Thousand Kasbahs, Roses valley and stop at Kalaat Mgouna famed for roses. Arriving in Dades Gorge, overnight in a traditional hotel.

Leaving Dades valley, we venture to Tinghir and Todra valley, admiring mud Berber villages along the way. At Todra Gorges, we stroll beneath towering cliffs, popular among rock climbers. Continuing to Merzouga, we're greeted with mint tea before embarking on a camel ride into Erg Chebbi's sands. Overnight in a luxury desert camp or under the shimmering desert stars.

Following breakfast, the day begins with an adrenaline-pumping 4WD excursion over the majestic dunes of the Sahara. Feel the thrill as you traverse the undulating sands, the rugged terrain offering a taste of adventure like no other.
Discover the rhythms of Gnawa music with the Khamliyya tribe and connect with nomadic families in their desert tents. After lunch at a local restaurant, opt for heart-pounding adventures like quad-biking or sand-boarding before returning to the hotel for some relaxation and overnight and traditional dinner.

Leaving the Sahara Desert behind, our journey to Fes unfolds amidst the picturesque landscapes of the Ziz Valley and the enchanting Cedar forest in Azrou. A brief stop in Ifrane provides a glimpse of Morocco's diverse beauty before we continue onwards. Arriving in Fes by evening, we conclude our unforgettable desert adventure, enriched by the myriad experiences along the way

Following breakfast, your local guide will lead you through Fes, Morocco's oldest Imperial City. Explore the ancient medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site, where narrow alleys unveil bustling souks, ornate mosques, and hidden courtyards. Visit landmarks like the Al-Qarawiyyin Mosque and University, founded in 859 CE, steeped in history dating back to the 9th century. Experience the vibrant aspects of the Chouara Tannery, which has been in operation since medieval times. Catch glimpses of the majestic Royal Palace, constructed in the late 19th century, offering insights into Morocco's regal past before returning to the hotel for the overnight.

After an early breakfast, we will embark on our journey from Fes to Chefchaoun and Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Next, we'll drive to Chefchaoun, famously known as the blue city for its unique white and blue washed walls. Explore the medina, wander through the markets, and admire the local handcrafts, all while capturing stunning photos of the Rif Mountains in the background. Overnigh in Chefchouen.

Our journey from Chefchaouen to Tangier begins with a delightful half-day visit to Chefchaouen, known for its charming blue-washed buildings set against the backdrop of the Rif Mountains. Wander through the medina and Kasbah, which have stood since the 15th century, before continuing through Tetouan en route to Tangier. As we traverse the scenic route, we'll soak in views of the Moroccan countryside, rich in history dating back centuries. Upon arriving in Tangier, founded in the 5th century, where our 7 days trip from Marrakech comes to an end.


The Cost Includes

  • English-speaking driver and air-conditioned mini-van or 4X4 jeep
  • Pick up and drop off at your accommodation
  • Guided tour in Fes
  • 5 nights in authentic, stylish accommodation
  • Breakfasts during the trip
  • Dinner and breakfast in Dades Hotel and Merzouga camp
  • Sunrise and sunset camel treks
  • Overnight in luxury desert camp
  • Exploration of the Sahara Desert in a jeep or 4X4
  • Different stops along the way to visit important attractions

The Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare
  • Visa Charges
  • Your travel and medical insurance
  • Personal Expenses such as shopping, bar bills, laundry, titbits etc
  • Services not mentioned or not promised by the agent/agency


What should I wear in Morocco?

This depends on where you are in Morocco! In the very modern, city areas, there is less of a need to worry about what you are wearing. However, to be respectful of the culture, it is probably appropriate to dress more modestly- for men and women, this means having the shoulders and knees covered. This is especially important in smaller, more local communities outside of the bigger cities.

What should I wear in the desert in Morocco?

During the spring and summer months it will be hot during the day and at night- long, loose layers that will cover you and protect you from the sun, and something to cover your head are important. In the winter it gets colder at night, so some warmer layers might be necessary to keep warm when camping. If you are camel trekking, shorts are never a good idea- chaffing is never pleasant!

What is the best time of year to visit Morocco?

Probably the best time of the year to visit Morocco is in the spring- March, April, and May. The temperature at this time is usually very pleasant, and nowhere near the scorching heat of the summer. During the winter months it can be nice during the day, but you might expect some rain (or even snow!), and it gets much colder in the evening.

Is it safe to travel to Morocco?

In general Morocco is an extremely safe and hospitable country, the tourism is one of the main economic domains for our country moreover Moroccan are the most hospitable people in the world.

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A 7-Day Trip from Marrakech To Tangier via Chefchouen