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discover the moroccan desert and atlas mountains (7 days)

During this 7 days trip to the desert, you will have chance to visit many amazing places at a very relaxing pace; no rush! discover the moroccan desert and atlas mountains (7 days)

day 1: day: Arriving to the airport in Marrakech.

Move to Hotel or riad. Free time during the day. Dinner and sleep in the Hotel Ali.

days 2: After having breakfast in the hotel,

we will go towards Ouarzazate by 4 X 4. There are more or less 200 kilometers from Marrakech to Ouarzazate, and the way goes by the High Atlas with a mountain port which is almost (2300m) and it’s called T’Zin Tichka.We will pass through the Valley of the Ounila River, and will visit the most famous Kasbah ;d’Aït Benhaddou. Lunch in Ouarzazate. We will also visit the Kasbah Taourit.In the afternoon we will visit some of the most beautiful Kasbahs in Shoura. Arriving to the Gorges of Dades. Dinner and sleep in the hotel.

days 3:After breakfast we will continue with the route of the Kasbahs till we reach the town called Tinerhir.

It is here where we will accede to the Gorges of Dades. The walls are really impressive, they are more than 200 meters long. We will continue easterly till the Saharan dunes. After we reach Rissani, the capital of Tafilalet, we will be at the doors of the desert. Lunch in the way.We will have time enough to see the sunset and arrive to the Erg Chebbi (dunes in Merzouga), where there are lots of dunes with a length of more than 300 meters. We will have dinner and sleep in a comfortable hotel in Merzouga. There is also the option of sleeping in the dunes of the desert in traditional Khaima

days 4: In the morning we will enjoy the marvelous sunrise.

After having breakfast and continuing the Anti Atlas from its southern part, we will arrive to N’Kob.We will go on in order to reach the Valley of Draa. Lunch in the way long. We will cross the Anti Atlas from the south in T’zin Tiniffifft (1600 m). Dinner and sleep in the hotel in Ouarzazate.

days 5: After having breakfast we will departure towards atlas mountain.

We are leaving Marrakech back. Arrive to Imlil passing through Asni. Imlil is the most important town in the valley of the River Aït Mizane. This name corresponds to the Berber tribe living there. It is also Imlil the very last town where one can go by transport in order to reach later on the Toubkal Mountain. In the afternoon we will visit the different towns in the valley. Dinner and sleep in Berber houses.

days 6: After having breakfast we will go back to Marrakech.

Free time. Dinner and sleep in the Hotel or riad in Marrakech.

days 7: After having breakfast we will move to the airport in Marrakech.

Available departures

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marrakech

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Jemaa el-Fnaa

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Sahara Desert

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Atlas mountains

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What's included

  •  A local guide
  •  accommodation
  •  camel riding
  •  Food
  •  Transportation

What's not included

  •  Airport transfers
  •  Entrance fees to monuments
  •  Mineral water
  •  Mule for luggage
  •  Sleeping bags
  •  Soft drinks
  •  Tips