4 Days MERZOUGA Adventure from Marrakech
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We organize tours from Marrakech available every day. We meet you at Your local hotel/riad before we start your desert tour.
Providing Morocco’s best guided desert Tours in comfortable 4×4 A/C cars and minibuses to explore best destinations from Marrakech.
Join us on our desert tour from
Marrakech to explore the south-est of the country with professional and experienced local guides.
4 Days 3 Night MERZOUGA Adventure from Marrakech
Day 1 : Marrakech – Ouarzazate – Skoura – DADES GORGES
The tour starts from Marrakech after being picked up from the Hotel/Riad and the Marrakech Desert Experience chauffeur will take you towards the Atlas Mountains. We visit the famous Telouet Kasbah and Ait Ben Haddou, classified by UNESCO. After lunch in Ouarzazate, we visit the cinema studios then continue to Skoura and the Gorges of Dades We stay here for one night in the hotel with dinner.
Day 2 : DADES – Todra Gorges – Merzouga Arg Chebbi
Today we set out in the morning to the Todra Gorges and then explore Erfoud and its excavations before reaching the Merzouga Dunes desert. Transfer by Camel ride to camp where you spend a night in a great campground. A night under the stars by a campfire and listening to Berber music.
Day 3 : Arg Chebbi Desert – AGDZ
Coming out of the Merzouga sand dunes, our 4 day Marrakech tour continues into the Sahara desert towards Zagora via the 45 kasbah village of Nqoub, then we walk all the way. Draa Valley with lush vegetation is a very barren desert rock. Climb the path up to Agdz to enjoy the village of the land, with very authentic and hospitable people. Agdz is known for the beauty of her stump. Overnight in Agdz in the Kasbah with dinner.
Day 4 : AGDZ – Ouarzazate – Atlas Mountains – Marrakech
On the last day of our 4 day tour of Marrakech to the Sahara Desert we depart from Agdz to reach the Bouaffer Mines in the Altas Mountains. beautiful rock landscape stratification. This area has many fossils and geology that makes it an open book about the history of the Earth. This cycle is due to be extended from two to three days.