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Option 1: Marakech to Marrakech 3 days and 2 nights

Day 1 : Marrakech, Atlas Mountains to Ouazarzate and the Road of a Thousand Kasbahs and the Dades Gorge. 370 km

The road to Ouazarzate passes through various villages, typical of the northern slopes of High Atlas Mountains climb the winding road of the Tizi N' Tichka the highest pass in Morocco.

The geography offers you different colors and landscapes, the road leads to the territory of the powerful Glaoua tribe. where a number of ancient Kasbahs and fortified granaries can be seen.

Stop at Telouet to see the great dilapidated Kasbah the residence of the Glaoua chieftain and Pacha of Marrakech , it was greatly enlarged and luxuriously appointed by Elhadj Thami El Glaoui abandoned when the lands of last of the Lords of the Atlas was confiscated at 1956.

We continue through the Ounila valley to reach Ouarzazate and see Kasbah Taourirt .then drive on through the Valley of the Roses .Overnight in the Dades Gorge.


Day 2 : Dades Valley, Todra Gorge, Tinjdad ,Merzouga and the Sahara desert

After a generous breakfast we drive to the highest oasis valley gorge in Morocco Todra Gorge . Arrive in the desert where your guide and camels will be waiting to carry you across the sandy dunes of the Moroccan Sahara. Camel trekking as the sun sets across a desert landscape, for approximately 2 hours to reach your desert camp and home for the night: a traditional nomad tent, with Berber music for entertainment.


Day 3 : Merzouga (Sahara Desert) Marrakech

After breackfast you have to wash down the Sahara dust before returning back to the road. We will turn left to follow the unmetalled road to Alnif a modest village which attracts fossil collectors. Morocco is high up on the fossil hunter's list, famous for its Trilobites. Stop at Ouarzazate for lunch before returning back to follow the Tizi N'Tichka Pass back to Marrakech.


Option 2: 3 Nights and 4 days Marakech and back to Marakech

Day 1: Marrakech, atlas mountains, Ouarzazate road of thousands and one kasbah, Dades gorges

The road to Ouazarzate passes through various villages, typical of the northern slopes of High Atlas Mountains climb the winding road of the Tizi N' Tichka the highest pass in Morocco.

The geography offers you different colors and landscapes, the road leads to the territory of the powerful Glaoua tribe. where a number of ancient Kasbahs and fortified granaries can be seen.

Stop at Telouet to see the great dilapidated Kasbah the residence of the Glaoua chieftain and Pacha of Marrakech , it was greatly enlarged and luxuriously appointed by Elhadj Thami El Glaoui abandoned when the lands of last of the Lords of the Atlas was confiscated at 1956.

We continue through the Ounila valley to reach Ouarzazate and see Kasbah Taourirt.then drive on through the Valley of the Roses. Overnight in the Dades Gorge.


Day 2: Dades Valley toudra gorges, Tinjdad Merzouga Sahara desert

After a generous breakfast we drive to the highest oasis valley gorge in Morocco Todra Gorge. Arrive in the desert where your guide and camels will be waiting to carry you across the sandy dunes of the Moroccan Sahara. Camel trekking as the sun sets across a desert landscape, for approximately 2 hours to reach your desert camp and home for the night: a traditional nomad tent, with Berber music for entertainment.


Day 3: Full day in Sahara desert

Savor the quiet and stillness of the desert and the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi swirling and changing shape with the winds and changing color with the angle of the sun. explore the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi and travel back to ancient times taking mint tea with nomads in their tents. The highlight of the afternoon is a camel safari. by far the best way to experience the dunes. After taking you into the village to buy a proper head scarf to protect you from the sun, you'll be mounted on a camel and led off into the desert.Overnight in Berber tent around fire a very good tagine will be cocked especially for you.


Day 4: Merzouga -Marrakech

After breackfast you have to wash down the Sahara dust before returning back to the road. We will turn left to follow the unmetalled road to Alnif a modest village which attracts fossil collectors. Morocco is high up on the fossil hunter's list, famous for its Trilobites.

Stop at Ouarzazate for lunch before returning back to follow the Tizi N'Tichka Pass back to Morocco.