KASBAH Ait Ben Haddou
This fortified village classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, includes towers decorated with geometric motifs in the form, and it is considered one of the finest in this region of Morocco. Visit the ruins of this ancient Kasbah which are being restored. Many films have been shot in the kasbah.
A day trip from Ouarzazate to enjoy the scenery and discover the Atlas Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou and the Télouet, across a variety of landscapes and terraced villages along the valley of 'aounila.
Starting on Tinghir across the road miles kasbahs, the beautiful Dades Valley and El Kelâa M'Gouna famous for its annual festival of roses. Arrival at Tinghir oasis famous for its palm and its myriad ksours and kasbahs. This is one of the most beautiful and largest in Morocco, a former military post where it manufactures silver Berber jewelery. Continue to the Gorges of Todra, impressive red walls carved by nature. Optional lunch. Free time and return to Ouarzazate.
DADES GORGE AND THE VALLEY OF ROSES
Morning departure to Ouarzazate by 4x4 to the Oasis of Skoura (crossing the track to see all kasbahs, the palm ...) continue by road to reach El Kelaa M'Gouna (stop to visit the manufactures of roses) and take the trail that crosses the Valley of Roses (known as the Thousand Kasbahs Route )to reach the Dades Gorge, lunch at the foot of the gorge, walk along the river back in the afternoon through Boulmane Dades Valley, return to Ouarzazate End of our services.
ZAGORA AND DRAA VALLEY
After breakfast,We cross the jebel Saghro via Tizi N’Tinifift (1700m) pass enjoy the draa valley on the way to zagora.continuation towards the dunes of Tinfou.(possibility of a camel ride around the dunes). Visit of the library of Tamegroute containing ancient and illuminated books of Koran dated on 12 ème century,Back to Ouarzazate with a stop to visit the Tamnougalte Kasbah near Agd'z .retour to Ouarzazate. End of our services
Fint Oasis Excursion
A half day trip to Fint oasis is 12 km far away from Ouarzazate, this trip requieres a 4WD vehicle to cross the rocky off-
Ouarzazate is chiefly inhabited by Berbers, who constructed many of the prominent kasbahs and buildings for which the area is known.