We travel in the morning from Marrakech to Essaouira, a comfortable town 3 hours from Marrakech, a UNESCO World Heritage Site – a protected city. The walls of the town of Essaouira and the walled city of the 16th century offer stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean of Morocco. After lunch, there is a time to visit the most prominent Essaouira, dinner, and night at the hotel.
Leaving Essaouira After breakfast, you can follow the southern coastal road with endless views of the Atlantic Ocean, often hitting the rocks and sending a picturesque spray as it beats against them. We stop in Agadir for lunch. In the afternoon, a continuous itinerary in Taroudant where you spend the night.
We travel from Taroudant to Ouarzazate, passing by Taliouine (the heart of the Saffron cultivation area in Morocco) and Taunachte where we stop for lunch. Later, we continue at Ait Ben Haddou’s fort to visit before arriving at Ouarzazate at night.
After breakfast, you will continue to the south to Agdez, the president of the valley of Dry, where you can visit the oldest Kasbah in the valley of the “Tamnougalte.” A little south in Taznakht, it turns east and follows a long line of built mountains towards the dunes of Merzouga. We stop for lunch in the hollows.
Later we pass through the villages of Tazzarine, which appeared in the film “Babel” and Alnif and Rissani, and access to bivouac in Merzouga. Here, you will be welcomed with a cup of tea.
After you have settled a little, you take a walk to watch the sun descend on the dunes of the Shabby race, followed by dinner and night at the Bedouin tent.
In the morning, three hours of beauty are scheduled to cross the fabulous dunes and through the desert stone and stop preparing lunch among the sand dunes.
In the afternoon, riding the camels is programmed for another three hours to reach the dunes of the scythe to watch the sunset from the top (250m).
After sunset, the night will be spent in the Bedouin tent, which is also a place for dinner.
If you wake up early enough, you can see the sunrise scene, when the color of the dunes and the play of the shadows is a beautiful sight. Returning to the hotel to get a shower on the back of the camel, after breakfast, the itinerary is still to Gorges Todra, passing Erfoud, famous for its dates and history festival in October.
It is also known for the countless fossils found in the neighborhood. Todra Gorges, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking along the river through the gardens or on the road on the other side of the frogs. We have dinner and spend a night at the hotel.
After breakfast, we started departing north to Tumtoshet and to the mountains south of Imilchil, the famous city where there is a wedding festival in September. The road here is pretty unique but it is slow and windy. Winter snow may make it difficult. We get to Tadla’s Kasbah on the main road from Marrakech to Fez and is located on the left bank of the river Um el-Rabi.
A short time after the Kasbah of Tadla lies Bani Mellal, where you visit the waterfall of Ein Sardoon, the water supply is the source of irrigation for the surrounding villages. The falls are set in a well-designed and beautifully designed garden and from the “castle” above there is a wonderful view of the city and a fertile plain under the full of olive and orange trees.
Back in the High Atlas, I visited a beautiful lake from Ben Al Ouedan where the mountains descend into the water! Here you can take a walk to enjoy the peace and green of the area and watch any hunter try his luck! Later you can continue to the Ouzoud Falls for a night at a hotel.
After breakfast, you can visit the falls, which make up one of Morocco’s most beautiful natural beauty. The surrounding countryside offers red slopes, highlands, and canoes.
If you are lucky, you will catch a glimpse of some barbarian monkeys. A short stroll will bring you to the top of the fall, from where you can see the river stretching away from the magnificent fall.
On the road to Marrakech in Dimant, we drive six kilometers to Emei-Evry, which means “cave door” in the local dialect.” It is a natural rock bridge formed by an underground cave collapse system. Three more hours will bring you back to your hotel in Marrakech.
At the price is included 4×4, driver, fuel, and camel ride. Breakfast and dinner except for drinks, but water in the desert is included. The driver speaks English, Spanish and French.
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