When you go on a holiday, it’s nice to have something out of the ordinary to do as well as explore your destination. The Moroccan desert tours are perfect for doing just that, away from the busy streets but with enough interesting things going on. Make your next trip an extraordinary one by hiring a guide and taking part in tours like dune driving and trekking that take you to the most remote places around. Here is everything you need to know about the Agadir desert tour and Fes to Marrakech desert tour in 3 Days.
Best 3 Days Agadir Desert tour
This 3-day Agadir desert tour will take you to the mesmerizing sand dunes of Merzouga. You’ll have plenty of time to explore the area and enjoy the stunning views. Agadir desert tour includes the camel ride through the sand dunes and lunch at one of the Berber villages along the way.
After a long day of traveling, it feels great to finally reach the camp and see the tents set up in the sand. You walk over to your tent, and as you enter, you are amazed by how luxurious it is. There’s a comfortable bed, a private bathroom, and even air conditioning.
I would highly recommend spending a night at a desert camp in Merzouga. It is an amazing experience to watch the sunset and rise over the sand dunes, and the camp staff is incredibly friendly and welcoming.
3 Days Fes to Marrakech desert tour
A 3-day tour from Fes to the desert and Marrakech is a great way to see some of the most beautiful and diverse scenery in Morocco. You’ll travel through the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara Desert, and the Anti-Atlas Mountains, and you’ll get to see everything from ancient villages to bustling cities. This tour runs daily and is led by a friendly, bilingual guide. We started our trip in the Atlas Mountains with an amazing overnight stay at a Berber-style guesthouse. Moroccan Desert
Take a journey through the vast, unending sands of the Sahara on a camel, stopping off at traditional Berber villages for a traditional lunch. This unforgettable Desert trip from Fes to Marrakech will take you through the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, the windswept Sahara Desert, and the rocky Anti-Atlas Mountains. Moroccan Desert