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4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech

4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech

4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech

4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga is the best itinerary for people who love to discover little of everything like cities, mountains, villages, valleys, gorges, and the Sahara desert. During this tour, you will enjoy what the South-Est of Morocco has to offer. Book your tour and let yourself lead you to the most charming and profound places of Morocco.

What's included

Private transport 4WD car or minivan Ait ben Haddou visit Accommodation for 3 nights Camel riding Private tent in luxury camp Private tent in desert camp Dinners and breakfasts

What's not included

Lunch + drinks

Easy & felxible

You won't have to worry about changing your trip date, amount of participants, or even canceling your trip after you've booked your 4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech. It's simple to work with us!

Hotel Pickup & Drop-off

Book your Morocco desert tour from Marrakech 4 days, email us your lodging information, then relax. We'll come pick you up and begin our adventure from there. The pick-up and drop-off locations are your choice.

Trip Itinerary

Marrakech – High Atlas – Ouarzazate – Dades valley
Our 4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech start (at 08:00 morning) from Marrakech to Dades Gorges. Across the Tizi-n-Tichka Atlas pass, with far-reaching views across the mountains, to the traditional High Atlas Berber villages and we continue our way to visit Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah (UNESCO World Heritage Site), a spectacular fortified village. Moreover, we lunch at Ait Ben Haddou or Ouarzazate and continue to Dades valley via the thousand Kasbahs road, we will spend the night in a riad/hotel in Dades valley.
Day 2: Dades valley to the Desert via Todra gorges
On the second day of the 4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga, we go from Dades Valley to the Sahara desert of Merzouga. Berber villages are scattered along the way. Therefore, we’ll pass through Tinjdad, Jorf, and Erfoud in which we’ll feel the beginning of the Saharan oasis of Tafilalet, and we continue to Merzouga to the camels who are waiting to take us on an adventure in the sand dunes. We will spend the night in an equipped camp with drums music in the middle of the Sahara desert, this is a great opportunity to take lovely pictures of the sunset and sunrise, we will spend the night in the desert camp tents.
Day 3: Merzouga Desert to Ouarzazate via Draa valley
On the third morning of our 4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga, we enjoy the sunrise then we eat breakfast. We take our camels back to the meeting point to start our journey through the huge palm grove of Rissani. The way towards Alnif (lunch on the spot), Tazarine Oasis, N’kob, and the Draa Valley. Next, way to Ouarzazate via the small Berber villager named Agdez and the mountains of the Anti-Atlas.
Day 4: Ouarzazate – Marrakech
We leave Ouarzazate in the morning and, start our tour heading towards the majestic Atlas Mountains. however, we cross the High Atlas Mountains via the highest road pass in Morocco Tizi Tichka 2260m high offering impressive views of valleys, mountains, and many Berber villages nearby. Finally, we arrive in Marrakech around 16:00. End of the 4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech Merzouga.

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Reviews

I agreed to go to this excursion without any idea of what I had signed up for. We were dropping my daughter for her study-abroad semester in Europe and our travel friends, who were accompanying us, suggested Morocco as a place to stop on the way there. They told us about sleeping in the desert and having to drive there. I didn’t think much about it and just said yes. I am so glad I did because it was truly a magical experience. Spending the night in the desert overnight, riding the camels, and seeing the sunset and sunrise was simply spectacular. We got up in the middle of the night and clearly saw the Milky Way in all of its greatness. Our trip was long all the way from Fez but Ismael found a way to make it manageable..
I was admittedly worried about traveling with 4 children ages 3 -11 through Morocco. We were planning to do it all on our own. In researching our trip I’d come across camel excursions Morocco and sent an email with many questions to Ismael. He responded within 15 minutes and answered every question I threw his way. He answered all questions with great information but without any pressure to book through their company. Ultimately, I chose to go with them because of his kindness in correspondence, and willingness to help me find the best fit for my family without making me feel pressured. That is priceless to me…
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Some places to see while doing our 4 days Morocco desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga

Amazigh people (the Berbers)

The Berbers are an ethnic group indigenous to North Africa west of the Nile River. Berber culture extends back to prehistoric times, more than 4000 years ago! Their long-recorded presence influenced business by establishing trade routes between West African and Sub-Saharan Africa, where they moved products from beyond the Sahara desert to Northern Moroccan settlements. Indeed, Berber identity extends beyond language, craft, and ethnicity to include the entire history and geography of North Africa and Morocco.

Many old Berber communities can still be seen in the Moroccan mountains today. Although Berbers do not reside entirely in rural areas, these villages provide an interesting glimpse into Berber tradition and history.

Rose valley

The village of Kelaat M’Gouna in Morocco’s Souss-Massa-Draâ area is most likely best known for the Festival of Roses, which celebrates the rose petal harvest in May each year. Kelaat M’Gouna, also known as El-Kelaa, is home to the country’s largest rose water and rose oil producers — goods that are widely utilized in fragrances, beauty products, and Moroccan traditional food. Visitors to the factories can purchase rose water and other rose-scented products, but keep in mind that one liter of rose water requires up to three tons of rose petals.

Erg Chebbi

The enormous sand sea of Erg Chebbi is exceptionally picturesque, spanning 28 kilometers from north to south and reaching heights of 160 meters. As the sun sets, the rose-gold dunes rise dramatically over a pancake-flat, grey hamada (hard-packed rocky desert) and become gorgeous colours of orange, pink, and purple.

Draa valley

The Draa Valley is a beautiful oasis with Berber communities, magnificent Kasbahs, streaming sand dunes, lush green plains, snow-capped Atlas Mountains, limitless expanses of palm palms, and Morocco’s biggest river, the Draa. Despite their rich history, culture, and fame, the Berbers of the Draa Valley continue to live in ways quite similar to their forefathers. They ride donkeys, wash their clothing in the river, and build their houses out of clay. When you’re there, you’ll feel transported back in time, and it’ll be difficult to imagine that the cosmopolitan city of Marrakesh is only a few hours away.

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