5 days to discover the real morocco, the berber and local life, old Kasbahs, the Sahara Desert, and more!
Day 01: Marrakech – Ouarzazate – Roses Valley
Departure in the morning over the High Atlas mountains through Tizi n’Tichka (alt 2260 m). On the road you will visit the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou and later continue to Ouarzazate, where you will visit the Studio films and the Kasbah of Taourirte. Then carry on the road via the road of Thousand-Kasbah through Skoura where you will stop to see a beautiful Kasbah named Amredhyle. In the evening you will arrive at Kelaat M’gouna the capital of the Roses. Spend the night near the valley of the roses.
Day 02: Roses Valley – Todra Gorges – Merzouga
After breakfasts you will continue through Roses Valley in order to join Dades Valley. We’ll set off towards Todra Gorges for lunch. Carry on the road to Merzouga across to the town of Erfoud where we’ll visit the workshop where they produce marble fossils. Arrive at the impressive dunes of Merzouga. Have dinner and spend your night in a hotel near the dunes.
Day 03: Merzouga-Erg Chebbi-Merzouga.
Take advantage of this day to discover the region of Merzouga. We will begin by the local village and have a cup of mint tea and enjoy the live Gnawa music. On your 4×4, you’ll discover the nomad’s lifestyle around the Erg Chebbi dunes. Next, enjoy lunch with locals in Berber village. In the afternoon, you’ll ride out on your camel to spend the night in the heart of the dunes. Have dinner and spend the night under a nomadic tent.
Day 04: Merzouga – Rissani-Alnif-Tazarine – Nkob – Agdez
Depart in the morning towards the vast palm of Tafilalet through the town of Rissani (the origin of the Alaouite dynasty and the ancient capital of Sultans Alaouite). Continue to Alnif for lunch. Carry on the road via Tazarine, N’kob and Tansihkt. From here we’ll continue and cross the Draa Valley and see its procession of palms. Have dinner and spend the night in Agdez
Day 05: Agdez – Ouarzazate – Marrakech
After breakfast departure to Ouarzazate througvia the Tizi N’tnifift pass and then cross the Tizi N’tichka Pass.
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