8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech

8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech

8 Days / 7 nights
4x4 / minivan
Tour Type:
Imperial Cities, Desert Tours
Group size:
2 /20
Desert Camp, Hotels & Riads
English, Spanish

Uncover Morocco’s allure in 8 days! Discover the Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat, and Marrakech on a private journey from Agadir. Experience the best of both worlds with our Imperial Cities & Agadir Desert Tour. Book now for a personalized and enchanting adventure.


Highlights: 8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech

→ Over night in a Camp in the erg chebbi Dunes → Camel trekking in Merzouga Desert → Visit of Roses Valley → Visit the Todra Gorges → Visit of the kasbah of Ait ben haddou
→ Visit of the medina of Fes & Marrakech with local guide → Visit of the cedar forset & ifrane city → Visit of the Roman ruins of Volubilis → Visit of Rabat & Casablanca Mosque Hassan II

Schedule: 8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech









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Tour Overview : 8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech

The 8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech tou offers a remarkable opportunity to explore a substantial portion of Morocco, all while immersing yourself in an unforgettable desert adventure and savoring the breathtaking landscapes along the way. Throughout this 8 days desert & imperial cities journey, departing from Agadir and concluding in Marrakech or Agadir, you will have the chance to experience the authentic desert lifestyle. This includes camel rides through the enchanting Erg Chebbi dunes, comfortable nights in a well-equipped desert camp, the melodic rhythms of Berber music, thrilling sandboarding, and the serene spectacle of sunsets atop the tallest dune. Additionally, you'll be able to gaze up at the starry night sky and a splendid galaxy.

Furthermore, our itinerary won't overlook the captivating Thousand Kasbahs road, which promises one of the most enthralling experiences, especially for those eager to gain a deep insight into Morocco. As you follow this route, you'll encounter both renowned landmarks and hidden gems. Your journey will unveil exotic paradises and offer insights into the Berber way of life. Throughout the tour, savor the delectable flavors of Moroccan cuisine, from aromatic tagines to sweet pastries, and immerse yourself in the warm hospitality of the Moroccan people. Our Imperial Cities Tour promises an unforgettable experience in Fes, Meknes. Rabat and Marrakech, where the past and present converge to create memories that will last a lifetime.

What to expect in the 8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech Tour

  • Agadir: Bask in the coastal allure of Agadir, where sun-drenched beaches, vibrant promenades, and a modern seaside ambiance beckon travelers to relax and unwind by the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Ouarzazate: Begin your adventure in the "Hollywood of Morocco" and visit the historic Kasbah of Amridil.
  • Dades Valley and Sahara: Explore the stunning Dades Valley, Todra Gorges, and spend a night in the Merzouga Sahara desert.
  • Rissani, Erfoud: Discover the traditional market in Rissani, the fossil town of Erfoud, the alpine-style town of Ifrane, and the cedar forest home to Barbary macaques.
  • Ziz Valley: Journey through the breathtaking Ziz Valley, where the lush oasis contrasts with the arid surroundings, offering a picturesque landscape that captivates with its palm groves and the meandering Ziz River.
  • Ifrane: Nestled in the Middle Atlas Mountains, Ifrane offers a unique Alpine experience with its European-inspired architecture and serene landscapes, providing a refreshing contrast to Morocco's traditional cities.
  • Fes: Lose yourself in the labyrinthine medina of Fes, a UNESCO World Heritage site, where the echoes of ancient craftsmanship and the rich aromas of exotic spices create an unforgettable sensory experience.
  • Meknes: Step into the imperial past as you wander through the monumental gates of Bab Mansour and explore the grandeur of Moulay Ismail's granaries in the captivating city of Meknes.
  • Rabat: Discover the modern and historic charm of Morocco's capital, Rabat, where the Royal Palace and the ancient Kasbah of the Udayas await your exploration.
  • Marrakech: known as the "Red City," boasts a mesmerizing blend of ancient traditions and vibrant modernity, with its bustling medina, historic palaces, and colorful souks.

Itinerary: 8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech

Day 1: Agadir - Taroudante - Taliouine - Ait ben Haddou- Ouarzazate.

Around 8 am our guide will pick you up at your hotel or riad in Agadir to start our 8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech tour, after about an hour drive we will reach the city of Taroudante (known as the little Marrakech), where we will stop to enjoy and photograph the impressive wall that surrounds the city of Taroudante. We will continue our journey to Taliouine, known as the city of saffron, is the heart of the saffron growing area in Morocco and we will have the opportunity to visit a local saffron producing cooperative. We will continue our route to Ait Ben Haddou, located 30 kilometers from Ouarzazate. We will visit the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, the largest and oldest of all the Kasbahs of Morocco. Declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, the Kasbah is a large fortification built in adobe that is located within the route of the thousand kasbahs. We will continue our excursion to Ouarzazate, known as the Gateway to the desert or the Hollywood of Africa, as the city has one of the largest film studios in the world, where many famous movies have been filmed that you have surely seen as "Gladiator", "The Jewel of the Nile", "The Sahara", "Babel".... In the afternoon-evening, we will arrive at our accommodation in Ouarzazate, a typical riad with charm where we will have dinner and spend the night.

Day 2: Ouarzazate - Valley of the Roses - Todra Gorges - Merzouga - Dromedary ride - Night a berber camp.

After breakfast at the riad, we will start this second day of our 8 days tour from Agadir. We will begin our journey to the Sahara desert through the "Route of the thousand kasbahs" the fascinating fortifications and adobe villages that will accompany us in the landscape throughout the tour. We will make a stop in Kalaat M'gouna, "The city of the rose", this village located in the Valley of the Roses is known for the production of roses and for its annual festival held in May during the spring harvest of this beautiful flower. We will continue the excursion to the Dades Valley and Tinghir where we will visit the Todra Valley. Along the way we can enjoy and photograph the breathtaking panoramic views of the ancient Berber adobe villages that dominate the valley. In the Todra Gorges, we will stop to walk under the 300 meters high reddish cliffs that form this impressive natural site, where many climbers come to enjoy their favorite sport. After this stop, we will continue our journey to Rissani where we will have time to have lunch and relax before continuing our excursion to one of the highlights of our eight days tour from Agadir and the most sought after destination for visitors to Morocco, the Sahara desert and the impressive Merzouga Dunes, we will head to the meeting point where we will change vehicles and exchange our vehicle for the backs of your private camels that will be waiting for you for a pleasant camel ride of about an hour between the magical dunes of Erg Chebbi and explore the mysterious sands of the Sahara while watching the spectacular sunset between the dunes. Back at the Berber camp, we will have time to stretch our legs and relax with a welcome tea. We will have dinner under the stars and then enjoy a live Berber drumming show. We will spend the night in an authentic Berber Camp until dawn the next day.

Day 3: Merzouga - Erfoud - Ziz valley - Atlas mountains - Ifrane - Fes

the third day of our Moroccan Adventure starts in the morning, we will come back with our camels to take the vehicle, we leave for Rissani, Morocco's first imperial city, then we pass again through Erfoud & through the Ziz Valley with its panoramic views of palm groves and gorges, We return to the Atlas to cross it again, but this time through the port of Tizi-n-Talghomt, we arrive at Midelt where we will have lunch, after this break, we will continue to the Azrou forest where we will find the famous native monkeys living in the wild. We continue our journey to Ifrane or Moroccan Switzerland. We continue our way to the city of Fes, where we will arrive in the afternoon.

Accommodation in Riad in the medina of Fes on a bed and breakfast.

Day 4: Guided Tour of Fes

After breakfast, we will make a tour of the old city of Fes and its medina one of the famous Imperial Cities of Morocco, the largest and most famous medina in the Arab world, we pass through the Jewish quarter, entering through the Boujloud Bab, the most famous gateway that leads us to Dar Batha, visit Bou Inania, the madrasas or the Koranic school of Fes. The tour continues through the Suke Chouara tannery to discover the fascinating process of leather making. Then we will pass by the Karaouiyine Mosque, founded in the 9th century.

Accommodation in Riad in the medina of Fes with breakfast.

Day 5: Fes - Meknes - Rabat

In the morning we depart to Rabat, on the way we will pass through Meknes and head to visit the Roman ruins of Volubilis; an ancient Roman city.
In the afternoon we will arrive at Rabat, the capital of Morocco, we will see the historical monuments, Mohamed V and Hassan II Museum, Kasbah Oudayas, Kasbah chella.

Accommodation in Riad in the medina of Rabat with breakfast.

Day 6: Rabat - Casablanca - Marrakech

After breakfast, Departure to Casablanca or the economic city of Morocco, here we will visit the Hassan II mosque and the corniche... Later, transfer to Marrakech via highway.

Bed and breakfast Accommodation in a riad in the Medina of Marrakesh.

Day 7: Guided tour of Marrakech

We will spend the day discovering the red city of Marrakech with its 17 gates and the great wall that borders the medina. Visit the Souks, Saadine Tombs, Dar si Said, Bahia and Badi Palace... Lunch and return to the riad to rest a little.

Free afternoon

Accommodation in Riad in the medina of Marrakech with breakfast.

Day 8: Transfer to the Airport of Agadir or Marrakech.

At the indicated time, transfer to the airport and end of the 8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech trip and our services.

Included: 8 Days from Agadir to Merzouga Desert, Fes, Rabat & Marrakech

  • Private vehicle in comfortable 4x4/minivan with heating/air conditioning.
  • English-speaking driver at your disposal throughout the tour.
  • Fuel.
  • Accommodation in riad in Ouarzazate with half board (dinner and breakfast).
  • Accommodation in Berber camp in Merzouga desert with half board (dinner and breakfast).
  • Accommodation in Riad in Fez with breakfast (2 nights).
  • Accommodation in Riad in Rabat with breakfast.
  • Accommodation in Riad in Marrakech with breakfast (2 nights).
  • Dromedary ride to/from camp.
  • Guided tour of Fes with official local guide.
  • Guided tour of Marrakech with official local guide.
  • Pick up and transfer to Agadir/Marrakech airport.

Not included:

  • Midday meals.
  • Drinks.
  • Dinners in Marrakech, Fez and Rabat.
  • Entrance fees to monuments and personal expenses.


  1. What is the best time of year to visit the Sahara Desert?
    • The best time to visit is during the cooler months, from October to April, to avoid extreme heat.
  2. Are there any age restrictions for the camel trek?
    • Most tours are suitable for all ages, but it's essential to check with the tour operator for specific age requirements.
  3. What should I pack for a trip to the desert?
    • Essentials include sunscreen, sunglasses, comfortable clothing, and a good pair of walking shoes.
  4. Is it safe to travel to the desert of Merzouga?
    • Yes, it's generally safe for tourists, but it's advisable to follow the guidance of experienced tour guides and stay hydrated in the desert climate.