Day 1 -
Departure from Marrakech at 8 am by 4x4. We travel over the Tizi n'Tichka Pass(2260m) while enjoying superb views of the mountains and of the Berber Villages on the way. Stop for lunch and tour in the World heritage site of Ait Benhaddou.(This famous kasbah was used as a backdrop for more than 20 films). We will pass through Ouarzazate and continue towards the Valley of Roses and the Dades valley, the valley of a thousand Kasbahs and the Dades Gorge and we stay night at a hotel.
Day 2 -
Breakfast at the hotel. Depart to the Todra Gorge: a massive fault, rising to 300 m in a narrow valley thickstudded with palmeries and Berber Villages.. You will have lunch in the Gorge, travel further into the desert to the tiny village of Merzouga, where you will camel trek into the beautiful Erg Chebbi Dunes. You will spend the evening in a bivouac (camp), enjoy a Moroccan dinner, and sleep in traditional Nomad camel hair tent.
Desert Tour in Merzouga Desert.
Day 4 -
After breakfast we visit Kasbah Taourirt in the town and which belonged to the Glaoui family, the Pashas of Marrakesh. Driving north, you leave the main road and take a side road to Ait ben Haddou, which also belonged to the Lords of the Atlas, the Glaoui family. This is the most famous Kasbah in Morocco and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is also well-
Day 5 -
After breakfast there will be a visit to the Kasbah itself before returning to Ouarzazate, via the mountain (1660m). Once in Ouarzazate, we visit the Kasbah of Taourirt, originally the residence of the Pasha of Marrakech and a symbol of the feudal period of the lords of Atlas. Lunch in somewhere .Enjoy Lunch and continue the journey to Marrakech via the Pass of Tizi n’Tichka over the High Atlas Mountains stopping along the way for Cafe or Tea and to enjoy the beautiful, picturesque scenery.
What is included in Marrakech to desert tour :
Tour in 4x4 vehicle/minibus with A/C
Driver/Guide , Fuel
Hotel overnight stays (breakfast & dinner included)
Camel ride and 1 night in desert camp
What is not included :
Lunch , Drinks
The village is known for its proximity to Erg Chebbi, a Saharan erg, and it is for this reason a part of the itineraries of many tourists visiting Morocco.
Ouarzazate is chiefly inhabited by Berbers, who constructed many of the prominent kasbahs and buildings for which the area is known.