“Our Medina streets were narrow, dark, and serpentine-filled with so many twists and turns that cars could not enter, and foreigners could not find their way out if they ever dared to come in.”

Fatema Mern

With these words, the Moroccan writer describes Fez’s Medina in her book “Dreams of Trespass,” a true labyrinth of narrow streets that haven’t lost their original charm with their wooden balconies, old buildings, mosques, madrasas (religious schools) and the famous tanneries. The Medina of Fez – the biggest one in the world with 9000 narrow streets – was the first site of Morocco to be recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

The cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco, here we find one of the oldest universities in the world, Fez lost its political capital status to Rabat in 1912.

With 2 days available, from Fez, you can enjoy, even just for one night, the peace and tranquility of the desert: Merzouga awaits you.

To reach Merzouga, we’ll cross the Middle Atlas mountain range, where beautiful cedar forests alternate with areas of scarce vegetation, creating evocative landscapes. We’ll cross various villages and small towns, and we’ll stop to visit a few, according to your wishes and interests.

Once reached Merzouga, you’ll leave the car at the edge of the desert to reach by dromedary riding the campsite where you’ll spend the night, after relishing the sunset on the desert.

The following day, we’ll return to Fez retracing our steps from the day before.

The Tour Includes

  • Private transportation by 4WD or minivan

  • Pick up at the hotel, riad, airport, or as agreed upon

  • Multilingual driver

  • A night at the campsite

  • Dinner

The Tour Does Not Include

  • Arrival and Departure flights

  • Lunches

  • Monuments’ Entry Tickets

  • Tips and personal expenses

Write and tell us what you have in mind, we will suggest the perfect itinerary for you based on the dates of your trip!