Enjoy unforgettable tour to Merzouga desert with endless gigantic sand dunes.
Starting and finishing point: Your Riad or Hotel.
Marrakech : or Marrakesh, the city of tales and land of wonders that inspires all those who visit it; and leaves overwhelming impact inside them, it offers them a unique sensation of time-travelling since it has an incredible mix between history and modernity, its Old Medina is nothing less than a precious piece; with narrow alleys all painted in light-red and craft shops decorated with colorful carpets, curtains, and internally filled up with rare traditional art works, as you wonder in its corners you get pleased by smells of the freshly baked bread or a variety of delicious dishes when you come close to a restaurant, the permanent smile in people faces over there will definitely make your day and will give a lesson that simplicity is priceless and happiness is absolute.
Ait ben Haddou : is an unraveling example of traditional southern Moroccan architecture, a number of buildings some are like small castles; surrounded by fortified walls gathered together in a hill creating a breathtaking view of traditional pre-Saharan habitat. Some of the buildings date back to the seventeenth century
At the foot of the hill flows the wadi Maleh, which means “salt river”.
Tinghir : settles in the center of one of the most beautiful oases in southern Morocco with a lush palm grove that extends for about 30km following the Wadi Todgha.
Merzouga : is so popular among local and foreign visitors, they come here to discover its rich cultural background, and enjoy the more than 20km-high dunes.
The favorite activities of vacationers coming here is definitely riding a camelback on dunes and enjoying the breathtaking landscapes around them, and why not use the opportunity to watch the exquisite sunset beyond those massive dunes.
After an early departure from the closest point to you in Marrakech, we will hit the road to the first station in our tour through the incredible views of the High Atlas, the village of Ait Ben Haddou, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is famous for its Kasbah and fortified village.
Enjoy a free time to discover the area and explore the village and its kasbah, before we head to Ouarzazate, known as Sahara-gate, then the Boumalne Dadès, admiring the scenic views of the route that leads to Tinghir where you will enjoy a dinner and an overnight stay.
After breakfast, we will go to the spectacular Todgha Gorge, having some free time to explore the canyons and have lunch at a local café.
Pursuing Merzouga to catch your camel caravan so you can explore the massive dunes of Erg Chebbi and use the opportunity to watch the unraveling sunset from there before we reach your camp in the desert and enjoy an authentic Moroccan dinner under the stars.
Local nomads will cheer you up by playing some music and why not learn some basics to play Tam Tam drums.
Enjoy dinner and a stop for the night.
After waking up early to watch the sunrise before breakfast (optional), head back to the main road by your camel again where you find your driver waiting for you and go back to Marrakech, make a stop in Ouarzazate to have lunch.