7 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga
7 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga
Trips Around Morocco organize 7 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga. For the best PRIVATE TOUR Departure Agadir pricing. Agadir Tours with a Guide Erg Chegaga Tours is an Agadir adventure company. We can tailor your Private Morocco Tours to your specific interests and budget. For your private Morocco Tours, we also offer group rates. The cost of this vacation is determined by the season you wish to visit and the type of lodging you require (budget, standard, or high class).
Day 1: Agadir – Essaouira
Today, at 8 p.m., our 7 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga departs from your hotel and travels to Essaouira to Sidi Kaouki, where we will have lunch and a rest before continuing to Essaouira Mogador, where we will stay and have breakfast.
Day 2: Essaouira – Marrakech
After breakfast, we’ll transport you to Marrakech to see the city’s highlights; the travel from Essaouira will take around 3 hours. After arriving in Marrakech, we will meet our Local Guide who will show us around the ancient sites and landmarks such as the Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, Majorelle Garden, and the old Medina. Our Tour Guide will stop at 5 p.m. and will transport you to your hotel.
Day 3: Marrakech – Dades Gorges
We will depart from your riad after breakfast and go to the Dades Valley through the Tizi n’Tiichka mountain pass. We stop at Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for filming Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, and Alexander. We’ll travel to Ouarzazate to see the Taourirt Kasbah and the local movie studio. Then, on a private 7-day tour from Agadir to Merzouga via the Roses Valley, passing through the Berber settlement of Kalaat M’Gouna, proceed to the Dadès Gorges. Following that, we will spend the night in a local riad/hotel, where we will be served a typical Moroccan meal and breakfast.
Day 4: Dades Gorges – Merzouga
After breakfast, we will travel to the Sahara Desert to spend a memorable night under the stars, but first we must visit some important places such as Boumalnee Dades, a small town that grew from a very humble beginning. Then it’s on to the Todra Gorges, which are particularly lovely in the evening when the Rocks are painted in bands of bright sunlight and dark shade. We will stop for lunch somewhere in the beautiful Gorges, and we will arrive at our destination around 4 – 5 pm.
Day 5: Merzouga desert tour
Our private 7 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga continues with a sunrise over the dunes, followed by a camel ride back to the hotel for showers and breakfast. We then visit some of the Merzouga area’s oasis before continuing to explore the nomad life, lunch in Khamliya village, and relaxing dinner and breakfast included.
Day 6: Merzouga – Ouarzazate
We continue our Morocco tour to Ouarzazate after breakfast, going through Alnif, Tazzarine, and Nkob. We arrive at Ouarzazate late in the afternoon after going through the Draa Valley. This evening, we will stay in a small riad/hotel and have a typical Moroccan meal and breakfast.
Day 7: Ouarzazate – Agadir
Taroudant and Tazenakht are included in our 7 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga. Taroudant is known for its red-brown crenelated walls. It is sometimes referred to as “Marrakech’s grandma” or “Marrakech’s elder brother,” but it is really just a half-cousin. It does, however, share some of the qualities of its more well-known neighbor across the Tazenakht Though much of the town is to the northwest of the route, the test pass, stop, and lunch in Tazenakht is at an important crossroads. On Fridays, you will visit the market and a variety of carpet chops before arriving in Agadir late in the afternoon.
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Agadir, Morocco’s regional capital, is located in the Atlas Mountains to the south. “Agadir n Irir,” which means “fortified granary” in Berber, is shortened to “Agadir n Irir.” It is a well-known tourist site due to its modern construction and wide grounds. The beaches are tranquil and suitable for water sports. You can relax and experience great Moroccan hospitality at a number of resorts.
This name’s origin is uncertain. Agadir Geschiedenis However, there may be a link to a fort built north of town in 1505 by a Portuguese trader. It was later seized by King Manuel I of Portugal, who transformed it into a garrison city.
Agadir’s harbor was a major seaport at the time, servicing Sudan and Guinea.
The Ouarzazate region was once the starting point for the oasis routes and the Thousand Kasbah walk. People from the high Atlas and sub-Saharan tribes used it as an economic and cultural nexus.
The Amazigh were the first known inhabitants of this country. The region became home to Africans, Jews, Arabs, and Europeans after the French occupation in the 1930s. The unique ambiance of Ouarzazate is the result of a mix of nations and cultural backgrounds.
He is well-known in Moroccan and Maghrebian Hollywood. Many films have exploited its beautiful natural surroundings and opulent Kasbah as a backdrop, including “Lawrence of Arabia,” “A Picnic in the Sahara,” “Gladiator,” “Game of Thrones,” and others.
Merzouga is a tiny Moroccan town located 35 km southeast of Rissani, 55 km south of Erfoud, and 50 km south of the Algerian border. The town is well-known for its proximity to Erg Chebbi, a Saharan erg, and as a result, it is included in many travelers’ Morocco itineraries. The largest natural underground lake of water in Morocco is located in Merzouga. Hassilabied (4 km), Tanamoust (3 km), Takoujt 1.5 km, Khamlia (7 km), and Tisserdmine are some of the lesser-known towns near Erg Chebbi’s dunes (15 km).