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Small-Group Full-Day Meknes and Volubilis Tour from Fez
$40.00 per adult
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Volubilis and Meknes day trip from Fez
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Excursion Meknes Volubilis
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Full-Day Volubilis and Meknes Private Tour from Fez
$118.63 per adult
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Marrakech to Fez via Merzouga Desert - 3 Days Desert Tour
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Marrakech to Fez via Merzouga Desert - 3 Days Desert Tour

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Marrakech and Fes are the major cities everyone visiting Morocco can’t miss. Combining the Sahara desert with Fes and Marrakech will make your Morocco desert tour as rich as it can be. For that reason, and with increasing inquiries, we decided to suggest a Marrakech to Fes desert trip for you to take advantage of and combine the Sahara desert with the two amazing cities of Marrakech and Fes.<br><br>Tour highlights<br><br>– Cross the High Atlas Mountains driving past one Berber village after another<br><br>– Visit Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou considered a world heritage site by the UNESCO<br><br>– Visit Ouarzazate and its Kasbah Ait Ben-Haddou<br><br>– Drive along the Valley of the roses &amp; the road of 1001 Kasbahs<br><br>– Walk in Todra oasis to Todra Gorges &amp; visit a Berber village<br><br>– Ride a camel in Erg Chebbi<br><br>– Spend the night under the stars at your Sahara desert camp<br><br>– Drive along Ziz Valley and cross the Middle Atlas Mountains with its cedar forests to Fes
$142.35 per adult
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Xenia wrote a review Aug 2020
Haarlem, The Netherlands117 contributions27 helpful votes
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This place is an absolute must-visit for those who love the history of ancient times! I visited Volubilis with my boyfriend as a part of our stay in Fes. Originally we were aiming mostly on Fes and the visit to Volubilis was rather spontaneous. And I am very glad we did it because it happened to be the best part about our stay in Fes and one of the main highlights of our trip to Morocco. We visited Volubilis on a rainy day in November but it still was a great experience. It was so peaceful there and with very few other tourists. We grabbed a map and were just wandering around the ruins with a feeling that we time-travelled thousands of years back in history. The mosaics are in excellent condition, and we enjoyed examining them. We didn't hire a guide or join any tour because we like exploring such places in our own rhythm. We did hire a car, the driver waited for us while we were exploring. Important! Check out the weather before you go and take an umbrella with you in case it is going to rain. There is only 1 shop next to the ruins and they use their monopoly position to make the prices ridiculously high! I was offered a standard umbrella for something like 15-18 euros, and the guy didn't want to take the price down at all. Luckily, we already had an umbrella with us so we just shared it.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Martina M wrote a review Apr 2020
Legnano, Italy17 contributions4 helpful votes
If you loved The Gladiator, you can't skip this. Try to be there at dusk or dawn, just magic! You can get a guide on site, and explore every corner in the best way.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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FatTireDrifter wrote a review Mar 2020
Saratoga, California23 contributions3 helpful votes
Visited while riding my bicycle around Morocco, this UNESCO World Heritage site was one of the specific points of my itinerary. Some of the structures are well preserved. Expect to spend a couple of hours walking through.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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iamface wrote a review Feb 2020
hong kong1,334 contributions207 helpful votes
must visit if you visit fez as just 1.5hrs drive. big and impressive ruins. although it is quite hot as no much shelter but totally worth it is quite beautiful esp for the Mosaics. good for spent 2-3 hours for detailed visit this place
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Date of experience: January 2020
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marftrip wrote a review Feb 2020
Kernersville, North Carolina239 contributions153 helpful votes
Much of the history and info on this site are in the previous reviews, so let me add this. Guide books (several years old and in need of an update!) led me to believe signage was poor. That is not the case! All signs, including in the museum, are in French, English and Arabic. I found it very easy to wander around on my own and understand what I was seeing. Granted, I’m a historian and studied Roman history and town planning - but, with help from Google, you can certainly do this on your own and take your time. I enjoyed not being rushed, just being able to absorb the site’s atmosphere. And of course, there are guides available at the entrance. As others have said, you can simply hire a driver at your hotel, then a guide here if you choose. But this site is a really treat - to see so much of a Roman city still on site. Yes, parts of it have been reconstructed, but that’s normal at archaeological sites, the important point is that they acknowledge the reconstructed parts. This is well worth a visit, don’t rush!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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