3 days from Marrakech to Merzouga desert
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This tour is better than the 2 days from Marrakech to Zagora tour. For the reason that, Merzouga has big Erg Sand dunes and also servces camel trekking. In addition, the 3 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga includes a visit to Todgha valley and Dades valley.
Day 1:Marrakech to Dades Gorges
The first day of our 3 days from Marrakech to Merzouga desert tour will start from your accommodation. Firstly, we will drive throw the high atlas mountains, we will stop twice, at the cooperative of argan and at the top of the Atlas mountains. The reafter, we will arrive at the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, wander around it for an hour and leave to Ouarzazate
We will make a stop at the rose velly before we leave to Dades Gorges. However, we will make a stop at the monkey toes and one at Tisdrin curves.
Day 2: Dades Gorges to the Sahara desert of Merzouga
On the second day of our 3 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga, we will be driving to the sahara desert. Before, we will make a stop at Todgha Gorges, it’s a river between the conyons that represents the power of water among the rocks. Moreover, we will visit one of the berbers clothes cooperative, you will be able to dress locally and get henna all for free.
On the way to Merzouga, we will make a quick stop near the dunes of Erg Chebbi before leaving to the center. Thereafter, you can leave you luggage with the driver and hop on the camels. You will stop on the dunes to see the sunset before you arrive to the camp.
Day 3: Merzouga back to Marrakech via Agdez
You will see the sunset from the camp before we take the camels back to the center of Merzouga. We will drive back to Marrakech throw Ait Saouen curves. Firstly, we will stop at Alnif and Agdez to have coffe and lunch.
After lunch, we will drive throw Ouarzazate and Tichka curves to Marrakech. Our service of 3 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga ends here.
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Ait Ben Haddou
Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah should be your first stop after arriving in Marrakech. The area where Berber Touareg used to trade and remain after leaving Tomboctou is one of Unesco’s World Heritage Sites.
Morocco’s southernmost region contains the city of Ouarzazate. It is a city with a thriving cultural heritage and creative legacy, and its name is derived from a Berber expression that means “without noise” or “without confusion.”
With a significant number of hotels, Ouarzazate is a great tourist destination in Morocco. There are roughly 38 thousand people living there. On their journey to the Sahara Desert, travellers frequently make it one of their favorite stops. The majority of them make this stop to resupply before continuing on to the Great Deserts.
The Sahara, one of Africa’s top natural wonders, is right in front of you, not just in a geography book. The horizon-extending yellow sand dunes and the desert’s white sun are now both visible. The scope is stunning, and the dunes appear to go on forever.
In the Sahara, only tours are allowed; independent travel is not permitted. The safety of tourists is the main reason for doing this. You will experience the authentic music and melodies of the Berbers, sample some of their traditional cuisine, and learn about their way of life on the tour.