1st Day : Marrakech – High Atlas Mountains – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah – Ouarzazate – Dadés Valley

the first day of 3 days from Marrakech, you will explore the High Atlas Mountains via Tizi N’Tichka pass from Marrakech at 8 am. Take in panoramic views and snap photos of Berber villages before visiting the UNESCO-listed Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.  It is famous for appearing in movies. Enjoy free time for lunch before heading to Ouarzazate. it is also known as “The Gate of the Desert”. Then, we visit the Taourirt Kasbah which is one of the most impressive ksars in Morocco. Next, we visit the Rose Valley through the Skoura palm grove. It is home to over 700,000 palms and kasbahs. This valley is famous for its damascene roses which are used for cosmetics, Besides, the city hosts the annual Rose Festival in May which is an essential cultural event in Morocco.

Finally, we reach the Dades Valley where you spend the first night, the dinner and breakfast are included.

2nd Day: Dadés Valley – Todra Gorges – Merzouga – Camel Trekking and overnight in Berber camp

Today, you are going to wake up with stunning views of the Dades Valley after breakfast from a strategic lookout in the mountains. You admire many Kasbahs and unique scenery. Later, we drive to Tinerhir City and visit Todra  Gorges. After some stops for the spectacular view of palm groves,  we will reach the Todra Gorges. Local people live in the area and can be seen in their adobe villages. Thanks to its rock sides with many uneven surfaces, these Gorges are famous among rock climbers.

After a brief stroll through the Todra Gorges,  you enjoy some free time for lunch in Tinejdad or Touroug. Then, we will travel to the stunning Merzouga dunes. There, you embark on a one-hour camel ride to reach our nomad camp in the heart of the Erg Chebbi dunes. You will witness the sunset from the top of a dune before dinner.  Then, you spend the night in a tent under a spectacular starry sky. Furthermore, you will have some funny moments after dinner, such as music Berber (drums) …or steering at the clear sky with the shining moon.

3rd Day: Merzouga Desert – Ziz Valley – Midelt -Cedar forests – Ifrane  – Fes

On this 3 days tour from Marrakech, you should not miss the opportunity to Wake up early for a stunning desert sunrise in some mountain sands to attend this gorgeous activity in the heart of Erg Chebbi. After that, returning to your camp to have your delicious breakfast is awaiting you. later, when you have done, you have two possibilities to come back to meet your driver guide, either by camel ride or by private transport of the camp. You start your new day traveling north through the world’s largest Tafilalet palm grove and stop in Ziz Valley for panoramic views of the town of Aoufous. Before reaching Midelt city you are going to enjoy the views of the way for sure we make some quick stops. The lunch will be in apple city or Boulaajoul,  depending on our scheduled time.

After that, we continue driving through Cedar Woods where monkeys live. You will take some quick pictures and we drive to Ifrane. It is the cleanest city for its building the houses and clean urban development. It is  Moroccan Switzerland that offers gardens, and sky resorts in the Middle Atlas mountains. Finally,  we are going to arrive at Fez around  18:00 pm and we transfer to the hotel. Then, we end 3 days from Marrakech services.

Note: If 3 days desert tour from the Marrakech program does not suit your needs and requirements, We can customize it according to your request. We are also organizing tours and excursions from different cities in Morocco. 


  • What is included 

Pick up and drop off services
3 days exclusive services of a vehicle with AC
3 days services of an English-speaking driver/guide
1 night en accommodation
1-night nomad in luxury camp under the stars
Camel ride for each to a nomadic camp
Sandboarding in the dunes
2 dinners and 2 breakfasts
1 bottle of water at your arrival time
Stopping in some panoramic views between the cities

  • What is not included :

❌Ticket airplane
❌Half meals
❌Tips are always optional
❌Entrance to the monuments