4 Days Tour from Marrakech to Merzouga Sahara
The 4-day tour from Marrakech to Merzouga Sahara is a popular itinerary that takes you on an adventure through the stunning landscapes of southern Morocco One-Day Excursion from Marrakech to Ait Ben Haddou in Morocco. The tour is a perfect blend of culture and history, we will journey through the High Atlas Mountains, explore ancient Kasbahs, visit traditional Berber villages, and experience the thrill of riding camels across the golden sand dunes of the Sahara Desert (erg chabbi) to camp in middle dunes.
- Explore the scenic High Atlas Mountains and its beautiful landscapes, including the Tizi n’Tichka pass and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ait Benhaddou.
- Visit the stunning Todra Gorge, a deep canyon carved by the Todra River, and take a leisurely walk through the palm groves.
- Experience a camel trekking adventure into the Sahara Desert and witness the breathtaking sunset over the golden sand dunes of Erg Chebbi.
- Spend an unforgettable night under the stars in a traditional Berber camp, enjoying a delicious dinner and traditional music around the campfire.
- Visit the fascinating Draa Valley, which is the longest valley in Morocco and offers stunning views of palm groves, Berber villages, and Kasbahs.
- Discover the charming town of Ouarzazate, which is known as the “Gateway to the Sahara” and is famous for its film studios and movie sets.
- Enjoy traditional Moroccan meals and experience the warm hospitality of the local people throughout the tour.
4 Days Tour from Marrakech:
- Duration: 4 days / 3 nights
- Departure time: 7/8 am
- Starting point: Your hotel or raid/ Airport / Harbor in Marrakech
- Ending point: Your hotel or raid / Airport / Harbor in Marrakech
Day 01: Marrakech - Ait Ben Haddou - Roses valley - Dades valley
Our “4 Days Tour from Marrakech to the Sahara Desert ” starts from Marrakech and then departs towards the High Atlas Mountains with stops to see special stunning Berber villages and magnificent sceneries. Afterward, we will be in one of the oldest and most famous villages in Morocco which is Ait Ben Haddou where many international films have been filmed such as The Babel, Kingdom of Heaven, and Gladiator. we will have a chance to visit that village and then drive to Dades Valley where we will spend our night.
Day 02: Dades Valley - Todra Gorges - Merzouga desert
After breakfast, we’ll drive to Tinghir where you’ll have to stop to see the Jewish quarter and one of the most beautiful valleys in Morocco which is Todra Valley. Then, continue to Todra gorge, where you will walk inside cliffs of 300 m. Afterwards. Then, we’ll leave for Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga stopping in Erfoud (the capital of fossils). finally, we’ll arrive at Merzouga where you will ride camels and cross the highest sand dunes in Morocco with stops to see the beautiful sunset that you have never seen in your life. Finally, you’ll arrive at the luxury camp, where you will have dinner and surround the campfire to listen to Berber music in the middle of the Sahara.
Day 03 : Merzouga - Rissani - Draa valley - Ouarzazate
Early morning, you will wake up to enjoy the sunrise on the top of a dune near your camp then ride the camels back to the hotel at the dune line to have a shower and breakfast. Afterward, we’ll drive to Rissani, a small Saharan town in the south-east of Morocco, here where we may stop to visit one of the biggest local markets in the area if it is a day market( Sunday -Tuesday- Thursday). Then, we’ll continue to Ouarzazate via Draa Valley and Anti Atlas Mountains.
Day 04 : Ouarzazate - Atlas mountains - Marrakech
After breakfast, you may visit the Cinema sets & studios located in Ouarzazate, which is known as the Hollywood of Africa. Then, We’ll continue our way to Marrakech through the High Atlas Mountains and Tizi n Tichka Pass and have a break for lunch in the middle of the Atlas Mountains. Drop off at your riad/hotel.
The official languages of Morocco are Arabic, Berber, English, and Spanish. You will also speak French often in Morocco.
The best time to visit Morocco is either in the spring or from March to May or in the fall between September to October. Other months can also be pleasant if you prefer it to be hot and sunny or don’t mind the cold.
There is a public transit system in Morocco that uses 4×4, … Small private and group tours will typically use large vans, and Medium to large motor coaches are used for larger travel group holidays.
Morocco is a great vacation for the family and friends with plenty of all ages to enjoy travel of morocco. Take a ride in Marrakech, explore the Ourika Valley, ait ben Haddou,… ride a camel in the Sahara Desert in Merzouga or Zagora, explore the colorful medina in Fez, and best travel from Casablanca, with tangier, as more.
Even if some touristy merchants will accept Euro instead of the local money, it will be difficult for you to use only Euros or Dollars, Restaurants, Taxis and most shops accept only the local currency the Moroccan Dirham (MAD).
In a word, delícious. Servings of mixed flora are indefectible new, succulent vegetables presented with light vinaigrette as an afterthought. Harira is the Moroccan word for a thick vegetable haze. An especially heavenly bone contains a chuck dumpling. Principle courses are generally one of the accompanyings barbecued meat on sticks regularly presented with French feasts; couscous, either vegan or meat with vegetables; and Tagine, the Moroccan stew, typically meat, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, and flavors. Moroccan culinarians use a mélange of flavors, for illustration, cumin, turmeric, paprika, saffron, and pepper for unobtrusively enhanced food.
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Why 4 Days Tour from Marrakech to Merzouga
The 4-day tour from Marrakech to Merzouga Sahara is a popular itinerary for travelers who want to experience the best of southern Morocco. The tour covers a distance of approximately 930 km round trip, starting from the bustling city of Marrakech, crossing the High Atlas Mountains, visiting ancient Kasbahs, exploring breathtaking gorges, and finally reaching the vast Sahara Desert of Merzouga, providing travelers with a taste of Morocco’s diverse landscapes, cultural heritage, and the best hospitality in the Sahara desert. The tour with camel trekking, sleeping under the stars in a traditional Berber camp, tasting delicious Moroccan cuisine, visiting the traditions of the local people
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