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Fes Morocco Desert Tours

Fes, Morocco
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About Fes Morocco Desert Tours
Fes Morocco Desert Tours is dedicated to providing high-quality travel experiences that introduce our guests to the many cultures of Morocco. By working closely with our customers, we are able to design unique vacations that match their interests and schedules. Our specialty customized private tours to a wide range of Moroccan imperial cities and landscapes, from mountains to desert of Morocco.
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Fez medina Half day Guided walking tour

Fes is the oldest and longest-running imperial city. It is divided into three parts: Fes el Bali, Fes el Jedid and the New City. It is known as the religious, spiritual, intellectual, and cultural center of Morocco.

It is located between the fertile land of the Middle Atlas Mountains and the Classified World Heritage Site (1981), Fez is the third largest city in Morocco.

 It consists of Fez el Bali, the historic heart (between the end of the late 8th century and the beginning of the 9th century). Fez el Jadid, the imperial city of Merinid.

 - Bab Boujloud, main entrance to Fez medina

 - Royal Palace of Fez (Dar el Makhzen)

 - Mellah, the Jewish district

 - Fes Pottery The traditional ceramic and pottery

 - Merenid Tombs 'great view of the city'

 - Museum - Art, Craft and History

 - Medina tanneries

 - The walls of Fez medina.
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3 to 4 hours
from $30.01

Fes to fes 2 days desert tour via Merzouga sahara including camel ride

Fes to Merzouga 2 Days / 1 Nights & come back to Fez

 Itinerary is a great way to experience the beautiful scenery of the South part of Morocco's kingdom, crossing the Middle Atlas Mountains and high atlas Mountains, seeing the forests and monkeys (Barbay apes), enjoying the Ziz gorge and Valley, camel trek in Erg Chebbi dunes with a local desert guide (camel man) to watch the sun and sunrise in the next morning, dine under the stars and listen to drums music and spending a night in a nomad tented camp.

While we have planned the following trips, we are happy to accommodate you.
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2 days
from $266.77

day trip to volubilis, Moulay driss and Meknes from Fez

your private driver will meet you for your first time in front of you the first stop on this day will be in front of the largest lake in the beginning of rif mountains.

Then he will take you to your home or to an official professional local guide to the ancient Roman colonization, where you will spend the morning exploring the 2000-year-old ruins who was.

 After VOLUBILIS, you will continue to the city of Moulay Idris, the founder of both ISLAM and the idriside dynasty in Morocco in 789.

After lunch, your private driver will take you back to Morocco's third Imperial city - Meknes who was the capital of Morocco under the reign of Moulay Ismail (1672-1727), including the famous square lahdim, Bab Mansoor, Moulay Ismail mausoleum and the stable of 12000 horses. You will return to Fez in the evening from another different road.
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5 to 8 hours
from $78.49

Fes to Marrakech 4 days desert tour via Merzouga

Fez to Marrakesh 4 Days 3 Nights Desert Tour Itinerary is a great way to experience the beautiful scenery of the South part of Morocco's kingdom, crossing the Middle Atlas Mountains, seeing the forests and monkeys (Barbay Apes), enjoying the Ziz gorge and Valley , camel trek in Erg Chebbi dunes with a local desert guide (camel man) to watch the sun and sunrise in the next morning, dine under the stars and listen to drums music and spending a night in a nomad tented camp. You will see also Todra gorges, Valley of roses, Visit the kasbah of Ait benhaddou, and cross the high Atlas mountains to reach Marrakech
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4 days
from $680.23

fez to chefchaouen 1 day trip

In the morning early, your Moroccan Chefchaouen or Chaouen who was founded in 1471 as a small fortress by Moulay Ali Ben rashed. It is known as "blue city" for its indigo blue walls and colorful narrow streets and traditional buildings. It was under the Spanish occupation and was emancipated in 1956, that's why when you'll be in touch with a huge Spanish influence in the culture, and architecture.

You will see yourself in the famous place (OUTA HAMMAM) and you will not be disappointed. you will see a very old (Kasbah).
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8 to 10 hours
from $100.97
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Alexandra I wrote a review Feb 2020
Casablanca, Morocco1 contribution
We had a wonderful time with khalid, our guide, beside explaining us the monuments, he was friendly and made us feel part of the city. He took into consideration our requests and brought us to local shops to buy souvenirs. The experience was great thanks to him.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Lori S wrote a review Jan 2020
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This tour was one of the highlights of our trip to Morocco. We did not have a great deal of time in Fez and wanted to be sure we got the most out of the visit that we could. Our guide was precisely on time to meet us at our Airbnb, was extremely friendly and incredibly informative. He encouraged us to take our time at the different sites we visited and we never felt rushed or hurried. He also made sure to let us know all of our choices as to things to do and see, and let us determine the priorities rather than sticking to a pre-set itinerary. One of the best guided tours I've ever had and worth every penny - highly recommend!!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Clare B wrote a review Dec 2019
St. Albans, United Kingdom31 contributions14 helpful votes
We paid extra to do a private half day tour and airport transfer as we were short on time in Fes. Adil was an excellent tour guide and we were very impressed with his general knowledge. He rang us whilst we were still in England to understand our requirements and tailored the tour to these. He was also excellent at keeping time which was very reassuring as we had to catch a flight home but wanted to fit in as much sightseeing as possible beforehand. We started the tour with our driver Jamal taking us to the Blue Gate (where we also got to sample fava bean soup), Royal Palace, Jewish district, up to the fort outside the city for great views over it and to Mosaic & Pottery de Fes where we had a nice tour. Then he drove us back to the medina and Adil took us on a walking tour to see the key sights which included the blue alley, various souks, the women’s cooperative, University of Al-karaouine, the Al-Attarine Medrassa and the tanneries. There were options to shop along the way but no pressure to buy. Adil also offered to help us if we wanted to buy anything in the souks. Once the tour was finished Adil asked Jamal to stop off at a patisserie on the way to the airport so I could buy some high-quality pastries for my dad for his birthday. Overall it was an excellent tour and a great way to see the highlights of Fes in a limited amount of time. Adil and Jamal were great and very helpful – having Adil with us gave us reassurance so that we could shop without being hassled or getting lost! We would thoroughly recommend this tour.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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J D wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom3 contributions
Excellent intro to Medina of Fez, it is very easy to get lost, so a guide is essential. Ours was great there were just the 2 of us, we covered all the highlights, stopped for good coffee. His English was perfect, no pressurising to buy carpets, he judged it well.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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likexin wrote a review Oct 2019
Toronto, Canada12 contributions2 helpful votes
We booked a walking tour at Fez as we heard of the confusing medina alleys. I am very glad we had Adil as our tour guide. He was very easy going and had explained many of the history and culture backgrounds of Fez to us. He kept telling us that it was our tour so he can accommodate our interests on the tour as we go. It felt like we became the locals walking around the medina with a friend. He even shared some of the fruits that he got at the food market with us!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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