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4-days Desert tour from Marrakech


 This itinerary 4-days Tour desert from Marrakech to explore the Sahara desert and the beauty of Berber architecture, offers a balance of culture, adventure, and relaxation as you explore the valleys and surrounding Sahara desert towns. During this tour, you’ll experience traditional music around a desert campfire, meet a Berber family, explore the Sahara desert market (Rissani), and cross the landscape back to Marrakech

The highlight of: 4 days Sahara Desert tour from Marrakech

  • enjoy the views of the high atlas mountains and the hollywood of Africa  (ouarzazat ) 
  • Discover  beautiful valleys and landscapes 
  • Explore sahara desert  , adventure and visit berber village
  • Explore the market of sahara desert  ( Rissani )
  • Explore  architecture of kasbah  ait ben haddou and kasbah Taourirt

Itinerary: 4 days Marrakech to Sahara Desert


    This morning, meet your driver and leave the bustling city behind as you continue east into the desert, reaching the High Atlas mountains. Try to identify Mount Toubkal, the tallest peak at 4,167 metres. You’ll travel through numerous Berber settlements with characteristic mud-brick structures along the route.then visit the local Argan Oil Cooperative to learn how the local women collect this valuable oil, before continuing on the twisting route to the Tizi n’Tichka pass and stopping to take in the panoramic panorama..Continue east to Ouarzazate, a desert centre and movie destination. Join a movie studio tour to learn which of your favourite films were shot in the adjacent desert regions. Travel in the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs towards Boumalne Dades, passing through several small communities where traditional farming practises are still practised. Keep an eye out for nomads caring to their livestock as you go through the fragrant Kelâat M’Gouna, or “Valley of the Roses.” You’ll finally arrive in Boumalne Dades, a significant town on the Dades River’s southern bank.


    Sahara Today, you’ll travel further east to your final destination: the Erg Chebbi Sand Sea outside of Merzouga. Stop in Tinghir along the way to view the river oasis that spreads on both sides of the town. The surrounding desert scenery has spectacular buttes, mesas, and plateaus. Nearby, you may visit the Todra Gorge, a 300-meter-deep valley created by the Todra River. Continue to Erfoud, a desert village. you’ll notice the beginnings of the huge dunes of Erg Chebbi towering on the horizon. When you arrive at Merzouga, change gears and transfer to your personal camel to begin your journey across the sand dunes to your Bedouin-style tent. Hike to the top of a local dune to watch the beautiful sun set, then relax by the fire with a warm supper and traditional music.


    Watch the dawn before renting a sandboard to put your talents to the test. Leave the dunes and travel to the west to enter Rissani through a spectacular gate. Rissani, a market town, has a cattle auction and a “donkey parking lot. Visit a craft workshop in this town. It was a distinct kingdom known as Sijilmassa from the 8th through the 14th centuries. A wealthy caravan route commencing in Mali’s capital Tombouctou and leading to several Moroccan cities such as Marrakech and Fes built a flourishing market there. The market still exists today. It is unique in that it is not a tourist souk, but rather serves the locals. It doubles in size three times a week (Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday) when farmers and nomads gather to sell their livestock, vegetables, dates, and other commodities, known as a sight worth (hearing) and experiencing. Pass through the acacia woodlands, which have umbrella-shaped trees. We’ll continue to Draa Valley, passing via Alnif, Tazarin, and N’Kob on the way. Then join the Draa Valley, which is bordered by palm trees.


    Explore the kasbah ait ben haddou and Taourirt . Continue discovering the kasbah Taourirt, The Imzwarn, a strong local family, erected the kasbah in the 17th century. At its peak in the late 9th century, the kasbah had a strategic position at the junction of many river basins, notably the Draa and the Dadès, which served as Saharan trade routes. Exploring Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is thought to originate from the 11th century when it maintained an important position along the trans-Saharan trade route between Marrakech, Ouarzazate, and the southern desert. Follow the small lanes up to the Granary for a panoramic view of the surrounding countryside. Ascend the High Atlas mountain range, keeping an eye out for the highest peak, Mount Toubkal 4,167 m, drop you off in your accomandtion.

Info: 4 days trip from Marrakech to Desert

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