Day 1: Marrakech-Ouarzazate Ait Ben Haddo
Pickup about 8:30 am in the morning at the hotel where they are staying or Riad in Marrakech, went out into the High Atlas through the Tizi stops N’Tichka with panoramic views. Visit Argan oil cooperative, where we discovered the process of completion and will explain the many benefits it has to the human body. Continuing southward turning off a 6km track that will take us to the village of Ait Ben Haddou, visit its Kasbah (declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO). In this spectacular setting movies were filmed Gladiator so renowned as the Jewel of the Nile or Lunch in the town and continue to Ouarzazate. Considered the door of the great desert. Dinner and hotel accommodation as selected category.
Day 2: Ouarzazate, the Draa Valley-ALNIF-Merzouga dunes
After breakfast drive to the valley of the Draa, which highlights one of the longest rivers in Morocco. Stops to admire the charming adobe Kasbahs and Berber villages that dot the route and the wonders of the Draa Valley. After lunch at ALNIF, route two hours to reach the impressive dunes of Merzouga, where we take a hospitality tea while we rest a little trip. We left our bags at the hostel and we will not use in the desert and set off in a caravan of camels in a half hour to take us to the foot of the Great Dune, tucked behind the beautiful desert sunset. Dinner at the camp and night in a tent in the heart of the desert under the spectacular canopy of stars.
Day 3: Merzouga-Khamlia-Visit The Nomads-Merzouga
We woke up before dawn to watch the sunrise. Return to the lodge camel. Shower and breakfast. We went out to surround the Erg Chebbi desert expanse of sand where the Great Dune of Morocco, over 250 meters high, connecting on track with part of the route followed by the former Paris-Dakar, with mountains that limit Algeria background. Stop at the oasis of Tissardmin and continue to a nomadic settlement where we will learn some secrets of their life and customs. Later stop at a vantage point where you can see the Erg Chebbi together. Stop in Khamlia, indigenous people of Mali, where relax with a tea while enjoying a small concert of Gnawa music. Return to the lodge, lunch and afternoon free to climb the dunes and take advantage of a romantic sunset. After dinner, we expected a show Berber drums. Dinner and hotel accommodation as selected category.
Day 4: Merzouga, Todra Gorges – Dades Gorges
Drive to Rissani and Erfoud to visit fossilized marble factory before continuing on to the palm of Touroug and Tinjdad. Reach one of the strengths of the South: the Todra Gorges. The Todra River channel has formed a gorge walls of enormous proportions and great beauty, is a paradise for climbers and unique. Lunch on site and one half-hour walk to see the Gorges calmly. In the afternoon continue to the Dades Valley via Boumalne. Arrival in the Dades Gorge. Dinner and hotel accommodation as selected category.
Day 5: Valley of Dades-Skoura, Ouarzazate-Marrakech
After breakfast we went on a road dotted with Kasbahs, all different. After several stops we head towards the path of a Thousand Kasbahs, the Valley of the Roses, the Skoura palm forest. Arrive in Ouarzazate, visit the Kasbah of Taourirt which was formerly the residence of Glaoui or Pasha of Marrakech. Lunch on site. We left the mountain pass Tizi N’Tichka with stops to enjoy the spectacular views it offers. Arrival in Marrakech on 17h. Transfer to hotel and end of our services.
- Pick up at hotel, riad, or airport (both outward and return)
- Transportation by 4×4 with driver / guide throughout tour
- One night accommodation in Haima Berber dinner included
- Fuel, tolls and all costs associated with transport
- Noon meals
- Travel Insurance
- Tips and tickets to monuments
- Anything not described in the previous section