4 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga

4 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga explore :morocco desert

4 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga

Day 1 MARRAKECH – AIT BEN HADDOU – OUARZAZATE – DADES GORGES

After picking up customers, we will make us southbound towards Ouarzazate. By the way cross the stunning scenery of the Atlas by the amazing port of 2,260 meters Tizi N Tichka.

Halfway we will arrive to the Kasbah of Ait ben Haddou, the most striking fortified city of Morocco, plate of movies like Gladiator or the Kingdom of heaven. Continuing the route reaching Ouarzazate, where you will see the Kasbah of Taourirt.

Taking the road of the thousand Kasbahs Skoura, and here we cross the Valley of roses to finally reach the Dades Gorge, where we stay.

Day 2 GORGES OF DADÈS – TODRA GORGES – MERZOUGA

After breakfast we will get underway towards the Dades Valley and cross the

incredible gorges of Todra, where we will remain until lunchtime.

With answers energy, take direction to Merzouga and cross the Palm Grove of Jorf (where are the best dates) and Erfoud, a small village where you can visit a marble workshop.

Once in Merzouga leave the 4 X 4 to get into the desert on the backs of a camel in search of the camp where we spend the night. Here, in the silence of the desert, we will enjoy a dinner more authentic of all Morocco.

Day 3 MERZOUGA

Free day to rest or perform various activities.

Day 4  MERZOUGA – RISSANI-ALNIF-TAZARINE – DRAA – AGDEZ – MARRAKECH VALLEY

If there is something unforgettable in the desert is the dawn. After contemplating this time we will again take camels to go to a hotel where we can shower and breakfast.

Passing the Tafilalet Palm Grove and the town of Rissani (origin of the dynasty Allawi) we arrive at Alnif, where we will take the road which crosses the Anti Atlas mountains. Amazed by the mountainous landscape reach Tazarine (important Berber village), N’kob, and finally to the Draa Valley and its amazing Palm Grove.

After crossing the Anti Atlas by port Tizi n’Tnifift (1660 meters) reaching Ouarzazate, where we stop to eat. After lunch continue the road to Marrakech.