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Student Desert Tours From Fes


A Fes Student Trips To Marrakech guarantees your students an exotic and educational touring experience that you will never forget.will Traveling through the historic souks of Marrakech, gazing at the snowy peaks of the Atlas Mountains, or riding across the vast dunes of the Erg Chebbi Dunes. if you are Group of student or teacher with his group of students is a perfect  idea, the weather is usually ideal to enjoy the kingdom of Morocco.Also, we provide The shared student tours from Fes To Marrakech including camel Ride Desert Trips and overnight in the luxury/Standard camp



After breakfast , we will meet you at your accommodation and start travelling south to Merzouga   via Midelt and Errachidia.

Your first stop will be at Ifrane city, named as “the Switzerland of Morocco” and then to Merzouga via Midlet and the Ziz Valley .

During this journey you’ll experience glimpses of the Middle Atlas and Higher Atlas mountains. Stopping at the famous cedar forest – the largest one in Morocco – where you will have chance to see Barbarian Apes.

You’ll notice how the scenery changes to reveal hints of the desert as you approach the province of the southeast: Er-Rachidia city.

After lunch in Midelt, your journey continues along the fantastic Ziz Valley , stopping for panoramic views along the way. We will drive through Berber villages to Erfoud,the foundation of the ALAOUITE dynasty – the current ruling royal family in Morocco.

Arriving in Merzouga at the end of the day, you’ll be welcomed with a glass of mint tea before you you ride your camel. the camel ride desert tour will take around 1hour to reach the camp where you will spend the night.

Dinner & Breakfast Included

2nd Day Of Student Trips From Fes To Marrakech: Sahara Desert Tour - Dades Valley

Early in the morning, your camel Man will wake you up to capture the magical sunrise and the golden sands of an endless Sahara.

After that will have breakfast and a warm relaxing shower. Next on our Fes to Marrakech Student Tours, we will leave Merzouga towards Rissani, the home founder of the Moroccan Ruling dynasty, we would introduce you to its colourful Souks and ancient culture. We continue towards Todra Gorges, to get stunned by the remarkable orange cliffs, making a perfect destination for climbers and adventure lovers.

We would also take you through its authentic mosques, colorful lanterns and famous textiles. The last stop on today’s Sahara Tours would be Dades Valley, a little green paradize hidden in the bare Moroccan desert. We will have our local dinner, and spend the night in a little hotel across the river.

3th Student Trips From Fes To Marrakech: Dades Valley - Ait Ben Haddou –Marrakech


 After breakfast in the Hotel\riad will drive via the beautiful valley. Next,  we will leave towards Ouarzazate via Skoura, and its magnificent Kasbah of Amridil and enjoy a tempting Local lunch.

Upon our arrival to Ouarzazate, we will be walking through the colorful old Souks and authentic ancient mud streets. Our team will take you through the magnificent International Film Studio, to see where some of the greatest Hollywood movies and Series were made as: Game of Thrones, Gladiator, Babel, The Jewel of the Nile.

Later on, we will continue to the remarkable Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, discovering ancient Royal Palaces, as you have a close glimpse on the real authentic Moroccan architecture. We will have a delicious lunch in a traditional Berber restaurant, to taste the most delicious combination of Moroccan flavors. Then drive through the adventurous roads of Tizi’N Tichka Pass.

Our final stop for the day would be Marrakech, Morocco’s Red city. 

And The End of our Student Morocco Tours 


All Tours & Trips Organised by Sahara Holiday Tours can be customized according your travel plans and budget.

We offer group discounts for Student Moroco Tours. Price depends on season you want to travel,Group Size and type of accommodation – standard or luxury.

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  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
  • Vegetarian option is available

1.Make copies of your passeport:

Better safe than sorry, and making a copy of your passport is good for two reasons:

If you lose your passport, at least you have a copy.
Some accommodations may require a copy. While most places have a copier, there are some instances,

2. Always carry amount of cash with you:

This way, if your ATM card doesn’t work, you can always use your cash and exchange it into the local currency. It’s also a good idea to carry a bit of the local currency with you in case you go to a restaurant or shop that doesn’t accept credit cards.

3. Pack a travel adapter:

Of course, a travel adapter is necessary for when you arrive in a new country, but many airports have space to plugin now.

4. Check the weather at your destination:

Now that you can see the forecast at least 10 days in advance, you should have no trouble packing for your trip.
This way, you can decide wheather those extra layers or a raincoat are necessary.

5. Check the restrictions on carry-on and checker luggage:

Every airline is different, so make sure you are not nickeled and dimed at the check-in counter, especially if you’re traveling on budget airlines.

6. Double-check the dates for your reservations

As with most of the advice in this guide, this tip comes from one of our mistakes.

7. Give a copy of your itinerary to a friend or family member:

In the event of an emergency, it’s wise to have someone at home know your whereabouts.
This also puts your family’s minds at ease knowing what parts of the world you are in.

8:Buy travel insurance:

For most people, this is really only necessary if you are traveling outside of your home country.

  • Experience The Desert Tours
  • Camel Ride 
  • Sandboarding 
  • Meet The Local People
  • Visit The Old Kasbahs 
  • Visit The Souks 

If you wish to cancel your Student Morocco Tours, we must receive a confirmation via e-mail. Cancelation is possible within the following conditions:

  • 45 Days or more before you’re the start date of your Trip: 100 % refundable.
  • 2 weeks : 50% refunds.
  • 1 week or less: not refundable.

Can we Book our Student Trips From Fes To Marrakech when we are already in Morocco?

Yes sure you can book what ever you want when you arrive to Morocco.

you can contact us via whatsapp (212666955165) or email

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I want to visit Morocco, but is it safe?

you do not have to worry about safety, the government in Morocco is very strict when it comes to tourists safety, since Tourism in Morocco is one of the biggest contributes to the economy, so to answer your question, if any ofthe trips not safe the government automatically shuts it down for us to get permissions for the trips, so if it is not safe we can’t even book it for you, if we book it for you it means its totally safe

Do you need a special Clothes for Student Morocco Desert Tours?

At the time of booking you will be advised what you must bring with you, for the excursion to Morocco in particular, we recommend that you bring Sport shoes and a jacket or a sweatshirt depending on whether your stay is during the winter or during the summer.

What are the booking and payment methods for the Tour ?

To book and Confirmation your Reservation firstly , the Company will sendyou the PayPal Invoice to pay the deposit of 30% of the Total Amount. the balance will pay it when you Arrive to Morocco. then you can pay it to the driver by cash en Euros or Dirhams.

Moroccan SIM Card:

In Morocco , one of the most common ways for travelers to connect to the internet is to use public WiFi or some other WiFi hotspots in places like coffee shops, your hotel room, shopping centers, and even at some train stations. However, the problem with public WiFi is that it is only available in certain areas, usually a login is required, and because of many users sharing, the connections might be slow. If you would like to have internet access wherever you go and whenever you need it, it might be a good idea to considering getting pocket WiFi or a SIM card. But, what are these and which option might work better for you?

How to Request a Tour Price?

Prices for our Sahara holiday Tours with pre-existing itineraries are available on Request.Prices vary according to the numerous factors involved in a tour. For example, the number of guests in your party, the time of year you are travelling, and any additional experiences you might wish to incorporate into your package . All of these variables make it unrealistic for us to list specific prices in advance.For this reason, we ask that you please contact us regarding the tour you are interested in so that we can quote you an accurate and fair price.Contact us:

If you are from any of the countries below, you will not need a visa to visit Morocco. If your country isn’t listed.Please check with the embassy of your country to make sure if you need a visa or not.
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