5 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga

5 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga

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5 days +1 Travelers +7h/day

Tour overview:

Our 5 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga  There are several highlights. During this journey, you will have a taste of true desert life by riding camels through the desert, staying in well-equipped Berber tents, listening to Berber music, playing Berber drums with Berber men, and admiring the magnificent evenings filled with stars and a gorgeous galaxy. The kasbah ait ben haddoudades gorgestodra gorgesberber village atlas mountainsziz valley Ifrane(known as the Moroccan Switzerland) and more will be discovered along the way of this tour. Traveling from Agadir to Merzouga is the greatest way to see a large chunk of Morocco while having a once-in-a-lifetime adventure in the desert and taking in the scenery along the way.

Tour highlights

Tour itinerary

Day 1: Agadir – Ouarzazate

Plan a 5 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga to explore the Sahara desert with knowledgeable local guides. We travel to Taroudant to see the city, which is one of Morocco’s oldest. We settle into a modest riad in Ouarzazate and have dinner.

Day 2: Ouarzazate – Merzouga Desert

We visit a movie studio in Ouarzazate today after breakfast, then travel to Skoura and Kalat m Gouna, which are famous for their yearly rose festival. We visit Dades Valley and its gorges, then Todra Gorges, before driving to Erfoud, which is famous for its dates and fossils. We spend the night at a Merzouga desert hotel, which includes meals.

Day 3: Merzouga desert tour, Ride Camel

The guided 5 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga continues, with visits to Khamlia town, Hassilabiad, and sand dunes in a 4×4 comfortable vehicle. We appreciate native Gnawa music in Khamlia. We ride camels to Merzouga, a desert camp deep in the sand dunes, in the afternoon. This night, we slept in a Merzouga-equipped Sahara camp. We’ll have a typical Berber supper while listening to local drumming. We spent the night in Merzouga Nomad tents after watching the sunset in the desert.

Day 4: Merzouga – Ouarzazate

We ride camels back to Merzouga hamlet after viewing the sunrise in the Merzouga desert. After breakfast, we continue our 5 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga, passing through Rissani, Agdez, and the Draa Valley on our way to Ouarzazate, where we will spend the night and dine in a local riad.

Day 4: Ouarzazate – Agadir

On the last day of our Agadir vacation, we visit “Ait Benhaddou,” Morocco’s most famous Kasbah and a Unesco landmark. We drive to Agadir after lunch. Thank you for selecting “Trips around Morocco” as your preferred provider of 5 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga.

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Testimonials:

My girlfriend and I took a trip to Morocco with Trips Around Morocco, and everything went perfectly. We did a 5 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga, and Mohamed was our driver, and he made it even better than we expected. He is a true gentleman, and he gives us plenty of time to stop and explore the sights. Mohamed lives as a nomad, and he took us to lunch with his family, and everything was delicious. We will do it again with you guys!!

Caty M

April 2019

We did a 5 days tour with Trips Around Morocco from Agadir to Merzouga, and it was the best experience that we could have had; my friends and I thoroughly enjoyed the tour with Mustapha as our guide, who thoroughly explained the Berber and Arabic cultures to us, making us feel as if we had visited Morocco; highly recommended. 

Ilina K

March 2019

Highlights overview

Agadir

Agadir, Morocco’s regional capital, is located in the Atlas Mountains to the south. “Agadir n Irir” is a shortened version of the Berber term “Agadir n Irir,” which means “fortified granary.” It is a renowned tourist site due to its modern construction and spacious grounds. The beaches are tranquil and suitable for water sports. You can relax and enjoy wonderful Moroccan hospitality at a number of resorts.
This name’s actual origin is uncertain. Agadir Geschiedenis However, there may be a link to a fort built north of town in the year 1505 by a Portuguese trader. It was eventually purchased by King Manuel I of Portugal, who transformed it into a garrison city. Agadir’s harbor was an important seaport serving Sudan and Guinea at the time. In 1541, the Irish Saad captured it. During Agadir’s golden period, it was ruled by the Berber Kingdom of Souss in the 17th century and subsequently conquered by Moulay Ismail. Sisi Abdellah Mohammed closed the port and constructed a new Essouira, which never recovered its former glory. Following the Agadir Crisis between France and Germany in 1911, France established a protectorate over Morocco. The 15 seconds on February 29, 1960, at midnight, when an earthquake devastated the entire city, killing hundreds, were the city’s darkest moments. The old Kasbah was completely destroyed.

Ourzazate

Ouarzazate is a well-connected Moroccan city with a large number of well-designed hotels for tourists. Here’s a look at the city’s history and must-see sights if you’re planning a visit… With a population of roughly 105,200 inhabitants, Ouarzazate is unlike other Moroccan cities of its size. The Avenue Muhammed V, which begins before the city and runs alongside modern buildings, including the Tifoultoutte Kasbah, until it ends after Ouarzazate, is its focal point. Ouarzazate is well-established and geared for high-volume tourists, with a huge number of high-quality hotels but few eateries. Ouarzazate has a strange and lonely feel to the town, except in the heart, where a traditional Moroccan market reigns supreme. Ouarzazate’s history Ouarzazate is a Moroccan city located in the south of the country. Its name is derived from a Berber phrase that means “no noise or confusion.” Frequently, tourists traveling through on their way to the Sahara Desert stop here. Before moving on to the wide deserts, the majority of them take a pit stop to refill their supplies. If you’re planning a trip like this, you should consider stopping in Ouarzazate for a day or two; it’s well worth it. Many travelers are awed by the magnificent and spiritual moments of life in this metropolis before continuing to the virgin Sahara.

Merzouga desert tour

If you ask me which African country has the most diverse landscapes and unparalleled cultural attractions, I will tell you that Morocco is the only one that meets all of those requirements. This North African country has a lot to offer tourists, including a wide choice of intriguing tourist attractions. Merzouga has become a well-known tourist destination in Morocco. This is a lovely and wonderful setting, full of mystery and allure. Because of the government’s well-developed infrastructure, getting to this location has never been easier. Many consider Merzouga to be the jewel of the Sahara, so make sure to include it in your travel plans so you can witness the charm for yourself. Merzouga should be quite easy to get to these days. This small Moroccan community in the southeast is around 35 kilometers away from Rissani. It’s about 20 kilometers from Algeria’s border. It may take longer to reach there due to the 45-kilometer distance between Erfoud and this settlement. Sadly, in 2006, this wonderful village was devastated by devastating flash floods. Not only had the disaster claimed some lives, but it had also forced 1,200 people to flee their homes. This village has successfully recovered and reclaimed a major role in the tourism business of the country. Merzouga has grown in popularity as a tourist destination in Morocco, receiving tens of thousands of people each year. Merzouga will provide enough entertainment for all guests. Merzouga is recognized for having the country’s largest natural body of water, as well as for its Erg Chebbi. A wide range of ethnic groups has found a home in this village. Not only will you find Berbers in this village, but you will also find Arabs. Visitors are always welcomed by the people of this town. Every visitor to Merzouga will be treated with respect. As a result, many visitors may spend days in the area.