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Fes, Berber and Middle Atlas Day Trip

Product ID: 217554
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Escape the bustle and hassle of Fes with this full-day tour to Berber and Middle Atlas. An occasion to enjoy the beauty, the cool air, the fabulous views, and memorable photos.
About this activity
Valid 1 day
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live guide
English, French, Arabic
Wheelchair accessible

Pick-up service

Pickup from accommodation in Fes.
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • Have an enjoyable excursion filled with good memories and total satisfaction
  • Visit Imouzar, cedars forest, Ifrane, Azrou, Dait Aoua, and the Berber families
  • See the last of the Barbary monkeys
  • Visit where Berber families still live in caves
Full description
Start your day heading out to explore the Middle Atlas. First stop is Imouzzer, a small village known by their apple festival. See where Berber families still live in caves. Stop at Dait Aoua, a famous lake in the region. Admire the beauty of the surrounding oak trees and cedar. 

Ifrane is a small unique city established by the French in 1930, visit the various highlights of this community. Gaze upon the Lion Stone in seasonal conditions, glistening in snow by winter, and baking in summer. Enjoy some free time to find a delicious.

Track down some barbary apes (Barbarian Monkeys), after lunch you will head to the cedar forest. Explore the Azrou a Berber village, as the men lead their flocks, grind flour and practice their trades. While here, witness a few of the Berber families that live in caves, as you learn about the culture and history of these people. This tour concludes by dropping you back at your hotel in Fes.
Includes
  • Transportation (air-conditioned vehicle)
  • Pickup hotel
  • Drop-off point hotel
  • Professional English and French speaking driver
  • Mineral water
What’s Not Included
  • Professional Guide
  • Lunch
  • Entrance fees to historical sites
  • Personal items