This 3-day Marrakech to Merzouga Desert Tour is the best quick getaway to the desert. You will visit the towns, the Kasbahs, and the gorges. A camel ride also awaits you on this tour!
We begin by taking you up from your lodging or a designated meeting location. You’ll be passing across the Atlas Mountains. The first sight you will see is the Tizi nTichka pass (2260m), where we will stop and visit some Argan oil cooperatives.
Later, we’ll continue on to Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site noted for being a fantastic location for filming due to its unusual towers and clay brickwork.
Following lunch in Ouarzazate, we visit the Atlas Studios, where movies are made. Numerous well-known television shows and films have been filmed there. The finest examples are Game of Thrones and Prison Break. Next, we’ll go to Boumalne Dades to stay overnight in Dades Gorges.
We’re going to the Telouat Valley. Later, we’ll travel to visit Todgha, one of Morocco’s greatest and most unusual destinations, with its gorges reaching 300 meters high. We will proceed through Tinjedad and Tinghir to have lunch and relax.
We’ll take you to the Merzouga desert for an incredible desert night. Our nighttime adventure will begin with a camel ride across the shimmering dunes to our luxurious tent. Along the journey, we’ll stop to watch the sun set.
Once we arrive at our Berber camp, you’ll have a memorable evening complete with a sumptuous traditional Berber feast. In addition, our camp crew will build a fire and perform drums under the stars.
We will ride the camels back to Merzouga after breakfast in our deluxe camp. We will have to depart early, about 8:00 a.m., since we’ll be returning to Marrakech.
We’ll take a different route, traveling through Alnif and stopping for lunch at Nkob. The Ait-Saouen pass will thereafter be our route as we drive straight to Marrakech. Ultimately, we will drop you off in Marrakech, where our 3-day Desert Tour will come to a close.
Join this quick 3-day Marrakech to Merzouga Desert Tour to discover the Moroccan Sahara desert! Feel free to contact us when in need of more information.