8 Days Great South Morocco Tour From Marrakech

Day 1 : Marrakech – Tizi-n-test – Taliouine:

Early departure to Taliouine across the Berber village of Asni, the valley of Ouirgane, the High Atlas and the Tizi-n-Test (2260 meters), reached Taliouine and visit the village. Overnight at hotel.

day 2 : Taliouine – Taznakht – Foum Zguit – Iriki – Chegaga:

Morning departure for Foum Zguit via Taznakhte, lunch at Foum Zguit. In the afternoon we reach Chegaga, you will make a visit to the nomads living in tents, and crossing the dry lake of iriqui and desert plateau full of acacias. Arrive late afternoon to Cheguagua dunes to watch the sunset. Dinner and overnight camping in tents.

Day 3 : Chegaga – Mhamid – Tamgrout – Zagora:

Wake up early to watch the sunrise over the dunes, after breakfast, track to M’hamid by crossing the sacred  Oasis. Lunch at M’hamid afternoon, departure to Tagounite, Tamgroute (visit Zaouia; old Koranic library, the makers of pottery and a Kasbah underground). Continue to Zagora, for dinner and overnight at a hotel.

Day 4 : Zagora – Draa valley – Tansihkt – Nkob – Tazarine – Alnif – Rissani – Merouga:

After breakfast, departure to Zagora through the Draa Valley to Tansikht and N’kob where you cross beautiful Saharan landscapes and Berber villages. Lunch at Alnif, then departure to impressive dunes of Merzouga through Rissani (cradle of the dynasty Alaoui). Arrive late afternoon in Merzouga. Dinner and overnight at the inn.

Day 5 : Merzouga – Erg Chebbi – Merzouga:

After breakfast, you will make the grand tour through the dunes: the two oasis of Merzouga, the wandering deposit, KHAMLIA village (village of the blacks), mines MIFISS, the desert plateau, the meeting of the Berber nomads the desert, the oasis TISSARDMINE. Back at the inn to 15 hours for the start of your camel caravan to watch the sunset in the dunes. Spend the night in a wild oasis located 2 hours walking in the desert. Dinner and overnight in tents.

Day 6 : Merzouga – Erfoud – Ziz valley – Errachidia – Goulmima – Tinjdad – Tinghir – Toudra gorge:

Wake up early to watch the sunrise over the dunes. Back to camel at the foot of dunes. After breakfast, departure to the vast palmgrove of Tafilalet through by the city of Rissani (former capital of the Alawi sultans and grand bazaar in the south) and the town of Erfoud to continue toward the Ziz valley, lunch in the heart of the valley. After noon, we reach Tinghir via Goulmima and palmgrove of Tinjdad. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 7 : Toudra gorge – Boulmane – Dades valley – Dades gorge – Roses valley – Kelaa Mgouna – Skoura – Ouarzazate:

Morning, departure by the road to explore the Todra Gorge and Dades. Lunch to the latest gorge. After lunch we take a trail through the valley of roses and leads to the capital of roses Kalaa M’gouna. Then you reach the palmgrove of Skoura, the Kasbah of Amredhyle and Continuation to Ouarzazate. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 8 : Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – Kasbah Telouet – Marrakech:

After breakfast, visit of Ouarzazate including the kasbah of Taourirt and the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Continue to Telouet the most difficult track of our journey, crossing two river beds and mountains. Visit of the kasbah Telouet, former residence of the Pasha Glaoui, one of the most influential families in the region. Lunch en route. Continuation to Marrakech via the Col du Tizi’N’Tichka to 2260 m altitude. End of our services.

Included :

 Transportation in 4×4 vehicles with A/C.
 Driver/Guide available every day of the trip. ( English Speaking )
 Vehicle fuels.
 Accommodation on half board (dinner and breakfast) in hotels.
 Camel ride through the desert and sleep in tent
 Tent in an Oasis with the Berbers.

Not Included :

 Airline tickets.
 Noon meals. (Possibility of picnic or restaurants)
 Drinks at meals.
 Entrance fees.
 Tips and personal miscellaneous expenses.

 

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