Your adventure begins from Marakesh to Ouarzazat via Tizi N’Tishka pass. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the eye-catching sights from the summit of the High Atlas Mountains and discover small villages where local Amazigh people live and to stop in one of the side-road restaurants to taste some typical Amazigh food. Then, your trip continues towards one of the UNISCO’s world heritage ‘Ait Ben Haddo’; a fortified old Kasbah on a hill by a superb river. Ait Ben Haddo has attracted so many film producers to take it as a dropback for their films including Lawrence of Arabia, Jewel of the Nile, The Mummy and Gladiator.
Then, your trip will take you to the city of roses ‘ Kelaa m’gouna’ and enjoy the vast fields of roses and the Dades Valley; known as ‘ the Valley of One Thousand Kasbahs’ and then spend a night in a hotel or a Kasbah by the river of Dades.
After having your breakfast and visit the small city of Boumaln Dades and Dades Gorges, your next destination will be towards the fantastic Tinghir Gorges where you will see one of the most eye-catching Gorges in the world. Then, your trip will also take you to Merzoga, the Sahara desert, where you will have a night stop to enjoy camel riding, discovering the beautiful sand dunes of Erg Chebbi and spending a night in Bivouac.
Waking up to the fabulous sunrise that peacefully invades the dunes creating a wonderful mixture of colors, you will be trekking back on camels to visit the small city of Erresani and discover another rich aspects of Moroccan Architecture by visiting some old palaces ‘ ksour’ and Kasbahs that were built in the middle of Tafilalt palm oasis. Will also have a chance to visit the Zaouia of Moulay Ali Sherif (Mausoleum of the dynasty’s founder). Then the journey will head towards Ouarzazat passing by Alnif, Tazarine, Daara valley and Agdz and have an opportunity to visit some old Kasbahs on the way. You will stay a night in one of the Kasbahs in Ouarzazat.
Enjoy the breakfast in Ouarzazat and continue your journey to Marrakesh. You will have one more chance to enjoy the beauty of the High Atlas Mountains and the tricky pass of Tizi N’Tishka, and enjoy a Moroccan meal in one of the side-road restaurants.