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Marrakech to Fes desert tour
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sahara desert tour from Marrakech
desert tours from Marrakech

Morocco Sahara Merzouga Tours Your Travel Agency In Morocco For city tours and desert trips

About Morocco Sahara Merzouga Tours:

Morocco Sahara Merzouga tours is a travel agency in the southeast of Morocco that organizes the best Moroccan tours. We organize wonderful trips for single travelers, couples, families, and groups of friends. Our trips can start from a variety of cities such as (Marrakesh, Casablanca, Fes…). That is to say, we can pick you up wherever you land.

At Sahara Morocco Merzouga Tours, we have a well-experienced team who are ready to make your tour amazing and unforgettable. Most importantly, our team of drivers speaks many languages (English, French, Spanish, Italian….). Therefore your trip will just be as fun as you want it to be.

You are going to travel comfortably either in 4 by 4 vehicles or a minibus, and you will explore the genuine beauty of Morocco and see new lifestyles and meet new people. We will make sure you have the best experience ever by booking you in the best hotels / Riads, taking you to the best destinations/landmarks, and we will make sure your Morocco tour will be informative and explorative as you really want it to be.  


Morocco Sahara Merzouga Tours Best Destinations.

Best destinations where you can start your Morocco desert trip.


Marrakech the fourth largest city in the kingdom and it is known as one of the imperial cities of Morocco. It is located at the foot of the High Atlas mountains ( southwestern of Morocco). Historically, the city was founded by Abu Bakr ibn Omar in 1062, but before that, the region was inhabited by Berbers. and it was once known as the “red city” for its red walls. Marrakech is one of the cities that you can’t miss while you are visiting Morocco because it is full of historical and worth visiting places.

The first one is the famous Jamaa Al Fana square, and it is lovely and more interesting by the night time. Not to mention it’s beautiful gardens ( Jardin Majorelle, Jardin secret ). Also, you can explore the Bahia place, the Saadian tombs, and El Badii Palace. Also, you can do some activities while you are there such a taking a cooking class or quad biking, air balloon, camel rides.  And it will take you almost three days to visit all these attractive destinations.



Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and the economic and business center of the country. It is one o the st important cities in Africa.  Due to its important position, as a port city, it has been controlled by Berber, Roman, Arab, Portuguese, Spanish, French, British, and Moroccan regimes. Its Berber name is Anfa which means the hill. The name Casablanca came out of the influence of the Spanish occupation. It is located near the Atlantic ocean.

The city has so many wonderful places to explore such as the Hassan second mosque. The latter is open to non-Muslims, and you can book a tour in advance to visit the largest mosque in Morocco. Also, Casablanca has an old Madina where you can walk around. Casablanca’s corniche and the beach is one of the best places that attract people. Not to mention that you can spend some time with local fishermen, and walk around Mohammed 5 square.

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Fes is one of the cities you can’t while you are visiting Morocco. Also, it is one of the imperial cities of Morocco. It is located in the northeastern part of the kingdom, and it is the second-largest city in Morocco after Casablanca. Historically, the city was founded during the Idrissid dynasty’s rule. In the 8th and 9th centuries C.E. And After, the downfall of the Idriss dynasty, and particularly in the 11th century. Yusuf Ibn Tashfine, the Almoravid Sultan. Rebuilt what is nowadays Fes El Bali.

One of the landmarks of Fes is Madrassa Bou Inania. Which was built between 1350 and 1357 by the Merinid Sultan? Bou Inan; and it was a religious school; that was functioning up until the 1960s. The Madrassa is a complex of buildings and a sumptuous architectural gem and one of the most fascinating old buildings in Morocco. In addition to, Madrassa Bou Inania.  has a lot to offer its visitors such as the Mellah, a historical quarter, and Tannerie chouara.

Morocco Tours From Marrakech

Marrakech Desert Tours / Marrakech Desert Trips

Morocco Tours From Casablanca

Casablanca desert tours / Casablanca desert trips

Morocco Tours From Fes

Fes Desert Tours / Fes desert trips

Our Morocco Day Trips

Day trips from Marrakech / Day trips from Fes

Why to choose our Morocco desert trips?

We know our country extremely well. With that being said, we know things about Morocco, and where the best spots are that only the locals would know. That is why we encourage you to enjoy Morocco with Sahara Merzouga Tours.

With our Morocco tours, we hive you the opportunity to customize your Moroccan tour. Also, it is easy to book a tour with us, you just need to pick up a tour and send us 100 euros deposit. With Sahara Merzouga Tours, we make sure there are no hidden fees and you will know exactly what you are paying for.

Frequently asked questions about Morocco

Answers to some common questions about Morocco Sahara Merzouga Tours

What is the best time to visit Morocco?

Regarding the temperature of Morocco. It is believed to be moderate but also disparate. And, it varies according to where you are. For instance, in the interior of the country including the southeastern part. The temperature gets colder during winter and hotter during summer. The further you are from the ocean the more cold and hot temperature you’ll experience. Both in winter and summer. Therefore, a bunch of visitors who come to Morocco choose to be here during spring. Generally from April to May and autumn season from September to November. At this period you can enjoy various activities in Morocco.
That is, you’ll find it neither very cold nor very hot.

What are the best places to visit in Morocco?

Morocco is a fantastic country situated in the northern part of Africa. It is widely known for it’s Berber and Arabian population, which makes it culturally diverse. Not to mention, the foreign influence of foreign cultures on the inhabitants of Morocco due to the flow of visitors from different parts of the world. There are many exquisite places throughout the country. The first one that you should visit when you come, is Marrakech because of its building, architecture and it is a mix of European, African, and Middle  Eastern cultures. Also, Merzouga is one of the best destinations that you can’t miss while you are in Morocco. Not to mention, the cultural city Fes, the bleu pearl Chefchaouen, and Essaouira. These are the most visited places in Morocco.     

How many days needed to visit Morocco?

15 days will be enough to visit and see everything in Morocco. More specially, the most attractive destinations of the Kingdom.

What is the official language of Morocco?

Actually, multilingualism is an inherent feature of the Moroccan society. Classical Arabic is the official language of Morocco, and the majority of the population speaks the Moroccan Arabic dialect (Darija) though, and many Berber speakers use a local Arabic dialect. French and Tamazight became also Moroccan official language recently, French became an official language after morocco has its independence, and Tamazight has recently become the third official language.

What is the official religion in Morocco?

Islam is the official religion of Morocco, and it is the most practicing religion in the country. Besides, they are other minorities who practice their own religion freely, in morocco you can practice any religion you as long as you provoke others in practicing their religion. Judaism and Christianity religion are still practiced nowadays in morocco.

Will I have internet access in morocco?

Since morocco has focused on the technological field, the flexibility to access to the internet is getting better and better. Where ever you will have access to the internet, in hotels, camps, almost everywhere. Or you can buy a local sim card from some locals at the airport. The sim card will cost you only 3 euros.

Can I drink tap water in morocco?

The Moroccan authorities are concerned about providing the population with clean water, the tap water is filtered especially in hotels to provide guests and tourists with good quality of which is considered safe to drink.

What is the capital of Morocco?

Rabat is the national capital of Morocco; it is situated in the northwest of the country on the Atlantic Coast.

Where is morocco on the map?

Morocco is located on the northwest of the African continent and just south Europe; it is only a few miles away from Spain. Bordering Algeria to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Mediterranean Sea to the north and Mauritania to the south

What clothing is appropriate in morocco?

The way people dress in Morocco is very stylish, it is influenced by the European and Arabic style. For tourists, any type of clothes is permitted to be worn. However, It also well known that Morocco is a conservative country.

What kind of foods Moroccan eat?

The Moroccan cuisine is varied and they have perfect techniques to prepare delicious dishes. The famous dishes are couscous, which is prepared weekly in every Moroccan home especially on Fridays, couscous with seven vegetables is one of the most popular version. Moroccan Bastilla layered within crispy warqa pastry with an herb-laden omelet and fried almonds scented with orange flower water, it is traditionally made with chicken, pigeon, or seafood. Tagine is another Moroccan famous dishes, it is a slow-cooked Moroccan stew eaten with small pieces of bread. Moroccans have creatively transformed ground meat from boring to fabulous in a mean called Kafta Meatballs Tagine made with cumin, paprika, herbs, and ground lamb or beef. Raffissa and Harira (the Moroccan soup) are not an exception in Moroccan cuisine.

Do I need to speak Arabic?

Moroccans learn Standard Arabic as a language. It is not spoken at home or on the streets. Standard Arabic is frequently used in administrations, schools, and mosques. Tourists don’t need to speak Arabic because a huge number of the population speaks French and English instead which are taught at different levels in school.

Are local people whose villages and homes visited happy about tourism?

Of course, the villagers are totally happy about tourism and they are warmly welcoming tourists as they contribute to increasing the local economy. Some Moroccan villagers’ income relies on tourism.

Do they cater for vegetarians in Morocco?

Moroccan is considered about their vegetarian visitors and tourists, so finding vegetarian foods is not a big deal, tagine with vegetables for instance is one of the most served dishes for vegetarians; prepared with a variety of vegetables. Couscous is other staple vegetarians shouldn’t miss. Restaurants are daily open to serve their vegetarian clients with beautiful meals

Can you buy and drink alcohol in morocco?

Alcohol is available in many liquor stores, bars, restaurants, hotels, tourist resorts, and Riads. Morocco imports a lot of alcohol drinks outside the country and it lakes it’s own in the capital of alcohol in Meknes. However, drinking at the public is strongly forbidden like in the street, outside terraces, etc.

Can I negotiate the price of everything in Morocco?

Yes, you can negotiate the price of everything in morocco, and one among the pieces of advice given to tourists is to negotiate the price in the shopping stores and even with the cab driver. But they are no way to negotiate fixed prices like in the supermarkets.

Can a couple kiss in public?

It is well known that morocco is a conservative country, the thing which indicates that Moroccan does not kiss in public. Never ever. as for tourist, it is not appropriate to kiss in public, but Moroccan may accept it understandingly because they know that tourists have different cultures which permit them to kiss in public.

Can you use Euros or Dollars in Morocco?

Definitely yes, you can use euros and dollars to save time bringing cash to convert to Morocco’s currency. The shopping stores, the malls, and even taxis always accept dealing in dollars and euros.

What is the currency f Morocco?

The Moroccan dirham is the official currency of the kingdom of Morocco (MAD).

What Morocco is known for?

Morocco is known for its vast beaches, deserts, and high mountains. Furthermore, it is known for its cool weather, camel riding and golden sand dunes. If it is your first time visiting Morocco, you will find out how welcoming its people are,. Delicious dishes and handcrafted carpets are one more thing morocco is known for. Actually, there are a million things morocco is known for which cannot be all mentioned but certainly, you will discover them in your visit to it.

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