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

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, famous for appearing in movies. Enjoy free time for lunch before heading to Ouarzazate, also known as “The gate of the desert”, to see the Taourirt kasbah, one of the most impressive ksars in Morocco. Then, visit the Rose Valley through the Skoura palm grove, home to over 700,000 palms and kasbahs. This valley is famous for its damascene roses, used for cosmetics, and hosts the annual Rose Festival in May, an essential cultural event in Morocco.

Finally we reach the Dades valley where we´ll spend the night.

2nd Day : Dadés Valley – Todra Gorges – Merzouga – Camel Trek and overnight in berber camp

Enjoy stunning views of Dadées Valley before heading to Todra Gorges, popular for rock climbing and home to adobe villages. After lunch, journey to Merzouga desert for a one-hour camel ride to a nomad camp and sunset viewing atop a dune. Sleep under the stars in a tent.

3rd Day : Merzouga Desert – Ziz Valley – Cedar forests and monkey troupes of Azrou – Fes

Wake up early for a stunning desert sunrise atop a dune before returning to Merzouga by camel for breakfast. Then, travel north through the world’s largest Tafilalet palm grove and stop in Ziz valley for panoramic views of the town of Aoufous and the valley fed by the High Atlas mountains.

Stop in Midelt for lunch before continuing through Cedar Woods where monkeys can be spotted. Visit Ifrane, known as the ‘Moroccan Switzerland’ for its clean urban development, gardens, and ski resort in the Middle Atlas mountains.

About 6 pm we arrive at Fez, transfer to the hotel, and end of our services.