DAY 1 : MARRAKECH – ATLAS MOUNTAINS – AIT BEN HADDOU – OUARZAZATE
Our path will eventually arrive. To reach Ait Ben Haddou, traverse the High Atlas and Tizi n Tichka (2260 m), have lunch there, and then stroll for an hour to explore the area's natural beauty and historic Berber architecture, go to Kasr Ait Ben Haddou. A typical pre-Saharan habitat is a ksar, which is a collection of clay structures encircled by high walls. Within the defensive walls, the homes are crammed close and corner towers provide additional protection. Since it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, At Benhaddou has served as the backdrop for several movies. then continue on the journey to "Ouarzazate," also known as African Hollywood, and spend the night there. As with most of the Sahara, Ouarzazate is a popular site for filming.
DAY 2 : OUARZAZATE – SKOURA – VALLEY OF ROSES – DADES VALLEY
We will go via Skoura, stopping at the Skoura Oasis and an ancient Kasbah named "Kasbah Amerhidil," before continuing our journey to Roses Valley to have lunch there. Morocco's High Atlas Mountains meet the Dadès Valley at its base, creating the Valley of Roses. The Asif M'Goun River and Kelaat M'Gouna, the village's center, provide irrigation for it. There are two separate geographic regions where roses are grown: the first is about 10 km from the village of Kelaat M'Gouna and extends for another 10 km until coming to an end not far from the town of Boumalne Dadès. after a meal with exotic roses from throughout the world. We'll head in that direction to the Dades Valley to spend A memorable stay in a rustic motel next to a river and some farms.
DAY 3 : DADES VALLEY – TODGHA GORGE – ERFOUD – MERZOUGA ERG CHEBBI
After a restful night's sleep, you will have a delicious breakfast while taking in the village's natural surroundings. Next, we will explore the Dades Gorges before continuing on the route to Merzouga by passing through the Boumalne Dades and stopping at the 300-meter-high Todgha Gorge in "Tinghir." the Todgha gorges The Todra Gorge, located in Morocco on the east side of the High Atlas Mountains, is renowned as one of the most breathtaking gorges. lunch on the road, a visit to the historic irrigation system, and then on to Merzeouga "desert dream," where you'll spend the night in a hotel.
DAY 4 : MERZOUGA – MERZOUGA
After visiting an old berber village with gnaoua music and the saint lake, you'll have a typical breakfast and then head back to the hotel for some downtime before getting ready to ride camels to a camp in the middle of the desert between sand dunes where you'll spend the night in a berber tent under the stars ( Or you have a choice to stay in your hotel to relax until evening then go to the camp ).
DAY 5 : MERZOUGA – TAZZARINE – NKOB – ZAGORA
We will go to Zagora by a scenic route through the Draa Valley. Along the way, we can see the lovely Ksours Sleek. The driver will stop so you can take lovely photographs and have lunch along the way. after arriving in Zagora, staying the night there. Zagora is a town in the Souss-Massa-Draâ region of southeast Morocco, which is located in the valley of the Draa River. The Zagora Mountain, from which the town derives its name, flanks it. Its original name, "Tazagourt," which is Berber meaning "twinpeaks," referred to the mountain's shape. Despite the fact that the town itself was just constructed in the 20th century, Zagora Mountain is already marked on antique European maps.The actual position of the previous Almoravid mosque is still up for debate, however there are still visible remnants of an Almoravid fortification on top of the Zagora mountain. A well-known sign at the town's border reads, "Tomboktu 52 days," which is how long it is said to take to travel by camel or on foot to Tomboktu, Mali.
DAY 6 : ZAGORA – AGDZ – ATLAS MOUNTAINS – MARRAKECH
We take the road back to Marrakech with delight and satisfaction in your own transportation after experiencing unforgettable moments throughout our vacation.