General

Camel Trek in the moroccan desert 4days

Our ultimate aim is to help to discover the true Morocco with camel trek Morocco tours, and desert tours, to get in touch with the authenticity of the kingdom, the beauty of the Moroccan landscapes and make you live unforgettable moments in the rhythm of its Berber inhabitants. Our team awaits for you to live the journey that you will exceed all expectations, wishing to remain worthy of your confidence. We are always at your disposal for a stay with family or friends.

Itinerary Camel Trek in the moroccan desert

Day 1: Marrakech – Ouarzazate – Dades Valley :

Meeting at 8h00 a.m with your driver at your Marrakech riad / Hotel, take you to the 4×4 and depart from Marrakech to Dades valley, through the Tizi- N-Tichka pass (2260m) in the High Atlas Mountains. From Marrakech to Ouarzazate, you will enjoy the scenic road, beautiful landscapes with different colors and the Berber villages along the way. You will have free time here to visit the old Kasbah of Ouarzazate “Taourirt Kasbah” and have lunch. Afterwards, you go further south east to the green Dades valley and the city of roses via the fascinating Skoura palmery. Dinner and overnight in Dades valley.

Day 2: Dades – Todra Gorges – Merzouga Dunes (Erg Chebbi):

After breakfast, departure from your hotel in Dades valley at 8 a.m., taking the road of 1000 kasbahs drive around the colorful Berber villages of the Dades valley. 45 km further, you will get to Tineghir with it’s beautiful palm grove and Jewish quarter.

You continue to Todra Gorges (Todgha), free time to go on trek along the canyons of about 300m high, a favorite place for rock climbers.

Sunset camel ride to get to the oasis where the camp is located. Spend the night in the bivouac at Merzouga Sahara dunes under nomadic tents or outside under the shooting stars. Play drums with the camel drivers. Dinner and overnight in Merzouga Sahara desert camp.

Day 3: Merzouga – Tazarine – Agdez – Ouarzazate :

Early morning, you will wake up to enjoy the sunrise over the dunes of Erg Chebbi, followed by breakfast in the camp the camel trek back to the hotel at the dune line for a quick shower. We drive to Rissani, a small Saharan town in southeast of Morocco, here we can stop to visit a fossil workshop before we continue to Agdez and Draa valley junction where we head north to Ouarzazate after crossing the small volcanic Atlas Mountains.

  • Overnight in Ouarzazate.
Day 4: Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou – Telouet – Marrakech :

After breakfast, we can enjoy a visit of cinema sets & studios located in Ouarzazate which is known as Hollywood of Africa.

Afterwards we will visit the universal Heritage Site of Ait Benhaddou Kasbah as it has been named by UNESCO in 1987. Ait Benhaddou is the World Heritage site that has been used as a backdrop for more than 20 films including “Gladiator” “Indiana Jones” and “Lawrence of Arabia”. Enjoy a walk to explore the traditional Moroccan style of architecture in which the Kasbahs are built. We continue our way to Marrakesh through the High Atlas Mountains and Tizi n’Tichka pass. Break for lunch in the middle of the Atlas Mountains.

  • Drop off at your Marrakech Riad/Hotel.
  •   I booked a last minute trip with these guys after my other biking company was a no-show and I'm so happy I did. The guide, Mohammad, was great and clearly... read more

    Johno E
    8/12/2019
  •   Allthough he came 1 hour late, Rachid was the best guide we could imagine. The ride started with a climb. One chain of the 7 bikes broke during the climb... read more

    Hendrik V
    6/25/2019
  •   We stayed for a night in the mountains at this place. Rachid was very friendly to us and cooked us a nice dinner. Both the surroundings and the people at... read more

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    6/20/2017
  •   We followed the route to Toubkal. Everything was very good. Guide told us a lot about mountains. He waited for everyone and gave us a lot of advices.

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    3/11/2018
  •   I went for a 2 days trekking with Rachid and it was great and professionell. He was very helpful and I would recommend his services for everyone

    MonikaJ3
    3/12/2020
  •   I spent three days with Rachid and couldn't be happier with my experience in the Atlas Mountains. He got me safely to the summit of Mount Toubkal and we spent... read more

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    10/04/2017
  •   Just a couple of days before arriving to Imlil I realised that a guide is obligatory. I found this company online. The guide, Mr. Rachid. had arrived punctually and we... read more

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    3/31/2019
  •   We had an amazing trip with Our local guide Rachid, Everything was good, The trail we followed with landscapes of the Atlas and berber village, We had a good bikes... read more

    said i
    7/01/2019
  •   I had a ride with this company in the Atlas Mountains i really liked the views and the guide was so friendly you should bring your camera to have some... read more

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    11/02/2018
  •   We took our three young children (5,4, and 3) on a days trek (accompanied by a mule) in the Atlas Mountains. Rashid, our guide, was so helpful, patient and knew... read more

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    7/09/2017

 

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marrakech

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Atlas mountains

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What's included

Included:

4×4/mini-bus with English speaking driver
1 night in a hotel at Dades Gorges
Camel ride on the dunes
Breakfast and dinner on trip

What's not included

PERIOD:
Year round
DURATION:
4 days/3 night
GRADE:
Easy

Not included:

Travel Insurance
Soft/alcoholic drinks
Tips and personal expenses
Lunches
Entrance fee (Monuments visits) s
PAYMENT
Prices quoted are per person, based on sharing a twin room/2 person tent (unless otherwise stated)
Payment: can be made in € / $ / £ or MAD by cash

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