Morning departure from Agadir to Ouarzazate through Taroudant, known as “Little Marrakech,” Tallinn and Taznakht. From here, the road continues to Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou. This is the most famous Kasbah in Morocco, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which we visit after lunch.
In the afternoon, a visit to the Atlas Film Studios (where dozens of these films were shot and still intact groups: Gladiator, Kingdom of Heaven, Asterix and Opelix, the game of thrones) is scheduled, before continuing to Ouarzazate where you can spend a night at the hotel.
The morning departure takes us from Ouarzazate to Todra Gorges via the Oasis of Skoura, and off-road travel to see all the Kasbah, some unfortunately in a state of degradation but perfectly placed among the palm trees.
The main road passes through the Valley of roses and Wadi Dades to Todra Gorges, where we stop for lunch. In the afternoon, our journey to the dunes of Merzouga fur continues to ride camel hour to reach the dunes of Erg Chebbi (250m).
From the top of the sunset, dunes are spectacular. Here, we would have dinner at the Cheb Sweat and spend the night at the campground.
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 wonderful sight.
Back to the hotel in Merzouga for a shower on the camel’s back again, after breakfast, and continue the itinerary to the Dra’a Valley through the villages of Rissani, Alif, Tazzarine, and Naqab where we stop for lunch.
In the afternoon, the trip takes us to Tanasikht, where you drive the old convoy road in the Dra’a Valley, with huge palm trees and old villages. At the end of the afternoon, Agdez offers dinner and the rest of the night.
After breakfast, we depart north from Agdez to Taznakht, famous for its barbaric gleams and carpets. Later, we continue to Agadir, which passes through the Tizi-e-Xsan and Tizi-Tegatin passageways. We stop for lunch in Taliouine (the heart of the saffron cultivation area in Morocco). In the afternoon, the road takes us to Taroudant and then to Agadir, which we reach by the end of the afternoon bring your Agadir to Merzouga deser tour to an end.
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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