Day 1: Agadir – Marrakech
Our driver guide Our driver will pick you up at your hotel. The private tour of 8 days will start to Marrakech. When you arrived, you ill have a guided visit to the red city. You will visit the historic Menara: a magnificent pool surrounded by flower beds, which reflects the image of a beautiful Moorish building, the circuit has several notorious monuments, including Majorelle Gardens and Koutoubia Minaret (identical to the tower of the Giralda in Seville), Spain) and the Saadian tombs, which represent Moorish architecture at its best. The tombs, which include several mausoleums of the sixteenth century, were still unknown behind the walls until 1917. This tour will also include a walk in the alley of different parts of the souk. You can end your day with a drink at sunset, watching the lively Jamaa ElFna square. The night will be at your Riad.
Day 2: Marrakech – Ait Benhaddou – Ouarzazate
Today is the first day of your “14 days Marrakech Morocco tour”. Once arrived in Marrakech, we will leave for Ouarzazat by borrowing the famous Tizi Ntichka pass (2260 m), above the High Atlas Mountains, where the snow peaks most of the year; enjoy the beauty of the landscape on the winding road through the Berber villages. We arrive at the village of Ait Ben Haddou, where is the famous Kasbah, built by the last Berber chief El Glaoui Ethami, late 19th century. The Kasbah is recognized as a UNESCO heritage site, now home to many members of the Glaoui family.
Lunch near the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou and continuation to Ouarzazate, “the Hollywood of Africa”, where you will have the opportunity to visit and see many accessories used in movies that you may have already seen, such as Gladiator, Kondon and Alexander the Great. The mummy, Asterix … The nights will be in a hotel in Ouarzazate.
Day 3: Ouarzazate – Kalaat Megouna – Gorges du Dadès – Gorges du Todra
Departure from Ouarzazate Passing through the oasis of Sekoura, we visit the Amredil Kasbah, then the valley of roses and the route des Thousand Kasbahs Kalaat M’gouna, famous city for the annual festival of roses (see an eraser natural products extracted from the roses), then you continue towards the valley and the Dades gorges, one of the most beautiful oases of Morocco. At the end of the day, you arrive at Todra Gorge (you will have a walk in the gorges bordered by high cliffs). The night will be in your hotel in the gorges.
Day 4: Gorges du Todra – Tinjdad – Erfoud – Rissani – Merzouga
Departure from the Todra Gorge to Merzouga via the town of ERFOUD in the ZIZ valley (a town known by the Marmar factory for making fossils), then by the city of Rissani, an economic center of the region and known for its market, its kasbahs and its Alawite monuments. Once the market visit is over, you will continue towards Merzouga. The night will be at the hotel near the dunes of Erg Chebbi (you can take pictures of the sunset on the dunes).
Day 5: Merzouga
Today, we learn more about the life of the Nomads during our off-road tour in the beautiful Erg Chebbi, where we will visit nomadic families who migrate and live in tents, attend a dance show of African folk music. in the village of Khamlia and walk. In a desert oasis where we discover the irrigation system of the region. At the end of the afternoon, you will ride camels (camel ride) to spend the night at the bivouac under a traditional Berber tent.
Day 6: Merzouga – Oasis M’haresh – Zagora
After breakfast, you will leave Merzouga towards ZAGORA. You will take the road and pass the oasis of M’haresh. Lunch will be at the inn in the desert, then continue to Zagora towards Daraa valley. Visit the Berber village and kasbahs. The night will be at the hotel in ZAGORA.
Day 7: Zagora – Tamagroute – M’hamid
After breakfast, you will go to M’hamid crossing the Daraa Valley. Before arriving at M’Hamid, you will cross the village of Tamergroute, famous for its potters’ cooperative (making karts on kiosks and kasbahs, as well as the prestigious Zaouia Naciriya.) Zaouia Nacririya is an Islamic university center of the 17th century. Century built par Muhammad aBou Nasri and made Tamergroute the most important settlement in the Draâ Valley.
Visit the library of Zaouia where you can see illuminated Korans, animal skins, and books on mathematics, medicine and history of the twelfth century. After your departure, you will arrive at M’Hamid in less than a few hours. Spend the evening being acquainted with the small administrative center of M’Hamid, then get ready for a night adventure in a Berber tent under a sea of stars in the Sahara Desert.
Day 8: M’hamid – Chegaga dunes – Tata
After enjoying the most fascinating dunes, we will drive to Tata via Lake Iriqui and we will head to Tata through the small village of Tisint where we will have lunch. We will continue our route to the small town of Tata located in the Sahara plain, southeast of Agadir. In the anti-Atlas mountain at the foot of Jbel Bani. The night will be in the riad.
Day 9: Tata – Tafraoute
After breakfast, departure for the Tafraoute through the beautiful landscapes of the anti-atlas telling their granaries, perched fortresses overlooking fields of wheat and villages. We continue the tour along the valley of Ait Mansour with its millions of palm trees. Gradually, the landscape becomes sterile and the green disappears. Arrival in Tafraoute in the heart of a surprising landscape of an invaluable valley. This region is famous for its almond trees, its argan oil. This is an opportunity to enjoy the lifestyle and culture of the people and discover the Berber villages of the valley. The night will be at the hotel.
Day 10: Tafraoute – Tiznit – Agadir
Departure from Tafraoute through Tiznit, a city celebrated by the jewels of money and a good way to discover a typical village and the Kasbah. We continue to Agadir. The night will be at the hotel.
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