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Marrakech to Fes via Merzouga Desert - 3 Days Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fez
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Marrakech to Fes via Merzouga Desert - 3 Days Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fez

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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
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Ed C wrote a review May 2020
Arlington, Virginia711 contributions162 helpful votes
Our tour group stopped for about an hour to tour this kasbah. We had a local tour guide who took us through restored areas of the old palace. Like all of the other kasbahs / palaces I have visited the rooms were bare. Our guide explained that there was not furniture used - just many rugs on the floors. He also explained that the restored rooms reflected their original appearance. This was what I found most interesting about this kasbah. As can be seen in the pictures I have included, the wall and ceiling decorations were very interesting.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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PALTravel wrote a review Apr 2020
Portland, Oregon1,526 contributions757 helpful votes
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This sight of historical interest is the former el Glaoui palace, now the Taourirt Kasbah and was along a major caravan route. Built in the 19th century, the palace has close to 300 rooms and within the kasbah were more than 20 riads, or houses. You can only enter the former palace from the main entrance and you pay a small fee for a guided tour. Our guide was very funny and entertaining. Views from upstairs affords fabulous views of the remainder of the kasbah and offers wonderful picture opportunities. There is a small shop on the mezzanine level where local artists show their work. I like to support local talent, so purchased a unique painting in mixed media.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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soulefultraveler wrote a review Mar 2020
1,699 contributions504 helpful votes
Take a guided tour. There is no furniture or furnishings, but you really get an idea of how the extended family lived here. You can just imagine the caravans of camels coming in for the night. Quite a few steps.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Melania R wrote a review Feb 2020
Geneva, Switzerland21 contributions20 helpful votes
Taourirt Kasah is a worth visit if you have time because there are others Kasbahs much bigger and more authentic. This is Kasbah represent some history of Thami el Glaoui and his famly how the family used to control the area but not is opned for public.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Abeda H wrote a review Feb 2020
Nairobi, Kenya146 contributions12 helpful votes
An 18 th century Kasbah, still standing . Majestically built . A historic site and if you have never seen a Kasbah than pay a visit to this one . The road from erfoud to Quarzazate is called “ the road of a 1001 Kasbah’s” but all are in a sense of neglect and mostly in ruins . This one has stood the test of time .
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Date of experience: February 2020
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