Day 1: Fez – Toudra Gorges
Leaving Fez in the morning, passing through Ifrane to arrive to the cedar forests of Azrou where the wild monkeys are located. It will be good opportunity to take photos of wilderness in Morocco. Lunch in a small Berber village of Zaida. We continue the way through the Atlas Mountains enjoying the landscapes of Medilt to arrive to the small town of Rich. Here ,we turn right to pass through the famous town of Imilchil before arriving to Toudra Gorges where well spend the night in a hotel.
Day 2: Toudra Gorges – Merzouga
After breakfast, we say good bye to Toudra gorges on the way to the Sahara desert of Merzouga/Erg Chebbi. Berber villages are scattered along the way. Well pass through Tinjdad, Jorf and Erfoud in which well feel the beginning of the Saharan oasis of Tafilalet. Lunch in Rissani, and then continue to Merzouga, where well find our camels waiting for us for the camel trekking in the dunes of erg Chebbi, which are considered as the highest ones in North Africa. It is a great experience to imagine yourself riding a camel in erg chebbi where the silence of the desert is the dominant. Dinner is served under a Berber tent if it is cold and in an open air if it is hot. Your camel man will do his best to make you enjoy your camel trekking with a fire and Berber drums.
Day 3: Merzouga – Fez
While you arrive from the camel trekking, you well have breakfast and take a shower. Well start the trip back to Fez. Well take the national route 13 passing through Ziz Valley in Errachidia. We change the route in Zaida to go through Boulmane to arrive to Fez Our guide will make sure you reach your chosen Riad or Hotel.
- Private tour, there will be no more people in the group. You can stop whenever you want
- Pick up at hotel, riad, airport or wherever you want
- Tour in 4×4 vehicles/ Minibus With A/C
- Guide/driver (english speaker)
- Fuel , tolls and all associated expenses.
- Hotel (breakfast & dinner included)
- Night in bivouac including dinner and breakfast
PRICE: depending on season and number of travelers