Sahara Desert Tour From Rabat

Rabat Desert Tour To Marrakech 7 Days

The Sahara Desert Tour From Rabat through Marrakech will take you to the city’s major attractions, including the Kasbah of Oudaias, the Hassan Tower and its 200-column remains, the Chellah Necropolis, the Mohamed V Mausoleum, and the medina. Chellah: or Sala Colonia is a necropolis and complex of ancient Roman Mauritania Tingitana and medieval remains located on the outskirts of Rabat. It is the oldest ancient human habitation on the Bou Regreg River’s mouth. get the most excellent Rabat desert tour To chefchaouen and rabat morocco travel guide, as well as other information, At Morocco Travel Holidays, we provide the finest private Rabat tours to Marrakech and luxury rabat desert tours through Marrakech Merzouga desert, as well as the best Rabat Desert Tour To Marrakech 7 Days, all of which feature outstanding services and Rabat excursion day tours activities.

Note: Also, We offer 3 days shared tours from Fes To Marrakech & Morocco Sahara Desert on small group tours, please note that you will only share the transport if you are interested in best sahara desert tours from Rabat to Merzouga Desert private or shared trip ending in marrakech or fes with best prices please feel free to contact us.

Sahara Desert Tour From Rabat – Detail :

  • Duration – 6 Nights and 7 Days.
  • Skip the Line
  • theme: rabat Marrakech tours
  • Rabat desert tour
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  • Live Guide –(Optional)
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Pick-up service – Pick-up from fes airport or I in your accommodation in hotel

What You’ll Do on Rabat Desert Tour To Marrakech 7 Days:

  • ⚑ Rabat excursions
  • ⚑  explore Chefchaouen and Fes medina
  • ⚑  Camel ride in Merzouga desert
  • ⚑ A night in desert camp
  • ⚑ Excursion to Dades valley
  • ⚑ Visit Ait Benhaddou

7 Days Morocco Tour From Rabat – Included:

  • ✓ Vehicle, Comfortable car
  • ✓Fuel tank
  • ✓Sunset &Camel trekking in Erg chebbi dunes
  • ✓Berber music at night around the fire under stars in Erg Chegaga luxury desert camp
  • ✓Sandboarding in Erg chebbi dunes
  • ✓Driver
  • ✓Pick up &Drop off

– NOT INCLUDED

During The Rabat Tours 7 Days You Will Need To Pay For Your :

  • ✗Entrance fee
  • ✗Tips
  • ✗And items of personal nature

Rabat Desert Tour To Marrakech 7 Days Itinerary Option1:

We recommend this grand Morocco 7 days rabat desert tour to Merzouga desert and Marrakech to everyone who wants to discover and experience the best things to see and do in Morocco travel attractions. That is to say, it is a great trip that match the 3 Moroccan imperial cities (Fes,meknes, Marrakech ). Experience desert camel ride and overnight stay at Merzouga luxury desert camp. Visit Dades valley and Ait Benhaddou Kasbah Ouarzazate. You will be amazed and leave Morocco with a suitcase full of amazing memories and experiences.

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Day 01 : Rabat - Meknes - Moulay Idriss - Fes

“Morocco Travel Holidays” welcomes you to see Morocco with a private rabat tour 7days  (you will meet our driver for the first time in Rabat). Morning departure for Meknes, Sultan Moulay Ismail’s Imperial City, with excursions to the Medina, or old city, and Bab el Mansour, the city’s magnificent gateway and major entrance. Then, on your route to the hamlet of Moulay Idriss, the holy founder of Morocco’s first indigenous Islamic state, stop at the Roman remains of Volubilis, the greatest archaeological site in the country, with its mosaics, temples, and triumphal arch. Continue to Fes, where you will check into your hotel (breakfast).

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Day 02 : Fes Sightseeing Tour

We will pick you up from your accommodation and take you on a tour of Fes, the world’s oldest imperial city. Visit to the mellah (Jewish district), medina, mosque outside, Koranic school Al Boaunania, and university El Karaouine. Lunch at a traditional medina restaurant. Visit to the Andalous mosque and the tomb of Moulay Idriss from the outside. A bird’s eye view of the metropolis. Dinner and lodging are included.

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Day 03 : Fes - Ifrane - Azrou - Merzouga desert

After breakfast, we will pick you up from your hotel and travel south via the Middle Atlas highlands to Ifrane and Azrou. You’ll stop along the route in cedar woods to see Barbarian Apes in their native environment. As you reach the city of Errachidia, you’ll witness vistas of the Middle-Atlas plateau and the landscape shifting to show glimpses of the desert as you go over the Tizi Ntalghamt pass to Midelt and through the beautiful Ziz Gorges formed from volcanic rock. After lunch, we’ll continue our trip via the Ziz Valley to the Merzouga hotel, where you’ll leave your baggage in a secure room and then ride a camel to a Berber camp in the heart of the Erg Chebbi Dunes, North Africa’s tallest sand dunes. The camel journey to the camp takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes. Mattresses, blankets, and pillows are included with the tents. Following supper, you’ll gather around the fire to listen to traditional Berber drumming under the stars. Dinner and lodging are included.

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Day 04 : Exploring Merzouga

Early morning camel rides to the edge of the Sahara desert and to the tallest dunes in North Africa, the Dunes of Merzouga, to watch the sunrise. Consider riding a camel and taking in the Saharan scenery. Additionally, we will get the opportunity to hear Gnawa music at the hamlet of Khamlia. Then continue through date palm fields to the ruins of Sigilmassa, a medieval city. Tonight, we’re having a supper of regional cuisine. (Dinner/breakfast).

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Day 05 : Erg Chebbi - Erfoud - Todra - Dades

Begin the day in Erfoud, stopping to view the foggaras (old fifteenth-century pipes), the Tinhgir palm grove (the biggest in Morocco), and finally the Todra Canyon. Lunch is provided at the Canyon’s base. You’ll pass via the town of Boumalne and the Dades valley on your way to the Dades canyon, where you’ll spend the night at an inn.

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Day 06 : Dades - Roses valley - Ouarzazate

Taking the route through the Valley of Roses to the Thousand Kasbahs and arriving in Ouarzazate, Morocco’s Hollywood, stop at the Kasbah Taourirt. In Ouarzazate, spend the night in a hotel.

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Day 07 : Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou kasbah

Leaving Ouarzazate behind, we go to Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site where famous films like as “Laurence of Arabia”, “Obelix”, and “The Mummy” were filmed. Return to the route to Marrakech with pauses for breathtaking views of the High Atlas, then cross again to continue on the way to Marrakech, but not before going over the magnificent mountain pass of Tizi n’Tichka (2260m alt), which is a sight to see. Our services have concluded.

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7 Days tour from Rabat  Itinerary – Option 2:

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Day 01: ARRIVAL at Rabat airport

Arrival at Rabat airport, welcome and transport to Fes, where you will have supper and stay overnight.

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Day 02: FEZ - UNESCO HERITAGE SITE

Today, after a hearty Moroccan breakfast, you will have the day free to explore this magnificent city, the oldest, wealthiest, cultural, religious, spiritual, and mystical of Morocco’s four royal capitals, where most of it has remained untouched by time.

The following are the perspectives that characterize Fes:

Chouara Tannery is the largest and most well-known of the four ancient tanneries that remain in the heart of Fez’s medina.

The most significant and one of the largest architectural complexes in the city is the Karaouine Mosque.

Bab Boujloud; the most significant entrance to the Medina, the city’s oldest and most beautiful.

Although the 14th-century Royal Palace cannot be seen inside, it is worth going to ponder its seven gates.

Moulay Idriss Mausoleum: A shrine dedicated to Moulay Idriss, king of Morocco from 807 to 828 and one of the city’s founders.

Seffarine Square: Located in the center of the Medina, this square is home to one of Fez’s oldest professions: metalworkers.

Madrassas; Old Koranic schools that occasionally house resident students; there are three in Fez; the only one open to the public is the Medersa Cherratine, which is distinguished from the others by its functional style that is slightly ornate.

Dinner and accommodation are included.

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Day 03: FEZ - CEDAR FOREST - Ziz VALLEY - MERZOUGA DESERT - CAMEL TREKKING AND NIGHT IN THE DESERT

Today, after a hearty Moroccan breakfast, you will have the day free to explore this magnificent city, the oldest, wealthiest, cultural, religious, spiritual, and mystical of Morocco’s four royal capitals, where most of it has remained untouched by time.

The following are the perspectives that characterize Fes:

Chouara Tannery is the largest and most well-known of the four ancient tanneries that remain in the heart of Fez’s medina.

The most significant and one of the largest architectural complexes in the city is the Karaouine Mosque.

Bab Boujloud; the most significant entrance to the Medina, the city’s oldest and most beautiful.

Although the 14th-century Royal Palace cannot be seen inside, it is worth going to ponder its seven gates.

Moulay Idriss Mausoleum: A shrine dedicated to Moulay Idriss, king of Morocco from 807 to 828 and one of the city’s founders.

Seffarine Square: Located in the center of the Medina, this square is home to one of Fez’s oldest professions: metalworkers.

Madrassas; Old Koranic schools that occasionally house resident students; there are three in Fez; the only one open to the public is the Medersa Cherratine, which is distinguished from the others by its functional style that is slightly ornate.

Dinner and accommodation are included.

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Day 4: DESERT - RISSANI - TODRA GORGE - DADES GORGE

We leave after a hearty breakfast for Rissani, where we will see the market and its renowned donkey parking lot. It is a unique location where all of the desert’s tribes and nomads congregate to stock up on supplies. After Rissani, we’ll go to Erfoud, where we’ll visit one of the fossil workshops, where we’ll see specimens dating all the way back to 380 million years ago. We’ll continue on to the renowned Todra Gorge, a favorite of rock climbers and trekkers alike. Our trip concludes at the Dades Valley. Dinner and accommodation are included.

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Day 5: DADES GORGE - VALLEY OF ROSES - OUARZAZATE - AIT BENHADDOU - MARRAKECH

We’ll take the “Route of the Thousand Kasbahs” to the Dades Valley. We’ll travel through the Valley of the Roses, where locals make lotions, soaps, and rose water from the region’s many Damascus Roses. The road is bordered with adobe kasbahs and winds beside the river, creating a very beautiful area. We will travel via Ouarzazate and see the renowned Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou as the scenery changes (declared a World heritage site by UNESCO). Numerous films have been shot in this magnificent site, including The Gladiator, Obelix, and Western Sahara, starring Penelope Cruz. Our trip next ascends through the High Atlas Mountains, over the Tizi n’Tichka pass (2.260m in elevation), and descends into the lowlands and the red city of Marrakech. Dinner and accommodation are included.

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Day 6: MARRAKECH WITH LOCAL GUIDE

Today is your free day to explore this beautiful city on your own: here are some of the city’s most fascinating attractions:

The Menara Grounds are a reflection of the Muslim Paradise on earth. This tranquil park is ideal for strolling and its beauty is concentrated in the center region surrounding a large artificial pond. According to tradition, the sultans frequented these gardens for dating.

The Saadian Tombs, one of Marrakech’s most popular attractions, opened to the public in 1917, the year they were found. Within the same garden, more than 100 mosaic-adorned graves include the remains of Saadian dynasty slaves and soldiers.

The Bahia Palace is a palace and gardens designed to be the largest palace of all time and the home of the previous Vizier. It has a courtyard with a central basin and apartments around it.

The Koutoubia Mosque; one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks, it stands out due to its 69-metre-tall minaret, making it the city’s tallest structure and most recognized landmark.

Djemaa El Fna Square; its vast proportions will astound you, despite its location in the heart of the Medina, surrounded by a labyrinth of tiny alleys and lanes. You’ll also be amazed when the plaza transforms from a magnificent souk during the day and into a swarm of food booths at night, with people congregating for supper and lodging.

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Day 7: MARRAKECH - AIRPORT

Transfer to the airport at the scheduled departure time and conclusion of our vacation and services.

7 Days Morocco Tour From Rabat Prices :

• The Rabat Tours 7 Days Price from 950€ per person (the price changes depending on the number of travelers and season)

 

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