Morning departure at 8 o’clock from your hotel or riad in Marrakech to cross the High Atlas Mountains. After the Tichka pass, you leave the main road and take a side road to the Telouet Kasbah.
This Kasbah belonged to the Lords of the Atlas, the Glaoui family, which now stands in ruins after the last Pasha fled the country following the departure of the French. From there, you continue for lunch at Ait Ben Haddou along the newly asphalted connecting road.
This is the most famous Kasbah in Morocco and is a UNESCO World Heritage site, which we visit after lunch. Then we continue the short distance to Ouarzazate, where you spend the night.
After breakfast, the trip continues to Agdez, where you stop to visit Kasbah Tamnougalte, the oldest Kasbah in the Dra’a Valley, before taking the ancient caravan road between the river and the mountains.
On the way, we pass many villages and gardens to gain a better idea of the way of life along the oases. Once in Zagora, we stop for lunch in a charming riad.
In the afternoon, we drive to M’hamid, the gate to the desert. Here a one to two-hour camel ride leads to the highest dune to enjoy an unforgettable sunset and to spend the beauty of the night in a nomad tent close to the dunes of Erg Lihoudi.
We Trek by camel for three days and three nights to discover the most beautiful desert in Morocco and the vast dunes characterized by different characteristics of the desert, “erg.” “Reg”, “Hamada”, oases.
We arrive in the afternoon of the following day in the famous Chagaga dunes where you can climb the dunes to watch the sunset from above. We have dinner and spend the night in Bedouin tents among dunes.
Note: The walking time takes about five hours a day (two and a half hours in the morning, and again in the afternoon). However, it is also possible to ride beauty. There is another beauty to carry equipment. Guides and beauty lifts prepare meals and tents.
After breakfast, the road takes us through another 90km of the desert with varying scenery; Lake Iriqui, the mountains, and fossils. Lunch will be in Foum Zguid, the first village after the desert, where it is also possible to freshen up with a shower.
From here, the drive back to Marrakech is along paved roads via the village of Taznakht, famous for its Berber carpets and rugs. From there, we cross the High Atlas again to reach Marrakech at the end of the afternoon.
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