Morocco invites you from the moment you arrive In Marrakech: Marrakech is full by unfamiliar spices tickle nostrils, the brightness of the sun which cames from the atlas mountains, and the voice of shrill hawkers are heard everywhere in Marrakech. Take Morocco private tours and let yourself discovering an ancient souk or sample delicious Moroccan food with a friendly local guide.
Very few places can be compared to what you’ll see on your Marrakech Desert Tours 2 Days. The incredible landscapes of the desert will infuse your heart with a blissful feeling.
Running along Morocco’s eastern border, the Sahara Desert is the largest hot desert in the world. It covers an area that’s roughly the size of the U.S. The Sahara serves as the main reason for many tourists visiting Morocco. And it’s pretty obvious why people like the desert this much.
During our Marrakech Desert Tours 2 Days, people have asked us many questions. Today, we’ll answer frequently asked questions that are desert-related.
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“Can I visit the Sahara on a day trip?” Says Aksel from the U.K
It depends on where you are. Contrary to popular belief, Marrakech and Fes are a long way from the desert. To get to the desert from Marrakech or Fes, you’re going to need at least 8 hours of driving. Of course, the scenery along the way makes the drive worth it, but in turn, makes it a little too challenging to go to the desert and back in one day.
However, if you choose accommodation in Erfoud or Merzouga, then visiting Erg Chebbi shouldn’t be troublesome. If you’re looking to explore Erg Chigaga, then you’re going to want accommodation in either Foum Zguid or Zagora.