Tours 3 Days From Marrakech
Day 1: Marrakech – Ait Ben Haddou – Ouarzazate – Rose Valley – The Dades Gorges
After breakfast, departure to the south, from the village of Ait Ourir, the road narrows and begins to climb until crossing the port Tis-in Tichka of 2260 meters. We will be able to observe villages that cross the rivers such as: Tighremt and Irhem N’Ougdal. In our tour we find a jewel of the region, Ait Ben Haddou, declared World Heritage by UNESCO, one of the best forts in the region, Kasbah Glaul. We continue until we reach Ouarzazate, visit the city, we follow and discover the village of Skoura, we will make a walk through the palm groves, which has a spectacular view, we continue to the Dades Gorges through Boulmane, city that is located on the banks of the Dades River, along the river we observe vegetation and almond trees, from this point, the road climbs for about 25 km through the rocky plateau, where camels graze. The path is full of Ksour, oasis and palm trees, until you reach the Dades Valley.
Day 2: Dades Valley – Todra Gorges – Erfoud – Merzouga (desert)
After breakfast we continue to Merzouga, through the Todra Gorges, the largest in Morocco, where climbers enjoy climbing, we continue to Erfoud, we continue to Merzouga, where we change transport, enjoying a tour on camels, which will be waiting for us, to enter the heart of the desert and observe the wonderful sunset. Dinner and overnight in Berber tent, you will have the opportunity to spend a dreamed evening, around a bonfire, to the rhythm of drums under a starry sky that captivates.
Day 3: Merzouga – Erfoud – Valale del Ziz – Errachidia – Midelt – Azrou – Ifrane – Fez
This day we wake up early to admire the sunrise, from the sand dunes of the beautiful Sahara. After breakfast, we head towards the famous forest of cedar trees, the High Atlas, where live variety of species of monkeys, we continue to Azrou, important center of handicrafts, specializing in cedar wood works. We continue to Ifrane, a city of great charm and beauty. We arrive in Fez, where our service ends.