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    5 Day
    Departure time: 08:00 am


    In Our Tour from Marrakech to Sahara Desert you will Discover the Best part of Morocco; Mountains, Kasbahs, Berber villages, Sahara desert and valleys. There are so many things to see and do besides Camel Ride Desert Trips and Spend the unforgettable

    Night In the Desert Camp. At the rose valley, you will hike through the berber villages to meet locals working in their fields, drink and enjoy a cup of tea with them and see some nomads living in the Tent, wander with a local guide in palmary or Walking in Todra gorges, spend more time in the most interesting sites.our Desert Tour package from Marrakech are daily


    1st day of Marrakech Desert Tour Packages: Marrakech To Dades Gorge

    Our driver will pick you up from your Hotel/Riad in Marrakech in the morning, crossing the High Atlas mountains via the Tizi n’Tichka (2260m), to reach Ait Benhaddou village, the fortified ksar with its beautiful Kasbahs. ait Benhaddou has served as a natural scenery for many movie producers. After lunch, we will head to Dades Valley via Ouarzazate and palm grove of Skoura and Valley of Roses, where we will spend the first night.

    2nd day of Marrakech Desert Tour Packages: Dades To Sahara Desert Tour

    In The Morning and after breakfast we will continue our Sahara desert tour, taking the road of 1000 kasbahs to drive around the colourful Berber villages of the Dades valley. to get to Tingher with its beautiful palm grove. We will continue to the Gorge of todgha , where we go on a trek along the canyons of about 300 m high, a preferred place for mountain climbers. Afterwards, we will head to Erg Chebbi dunes in Merzouga Sahara Desert and you will have time for lunch on our way. Once you arrive at the dunes of Erg Chebbi. Will check-In to your lovely hotel.

    3th day of Marrakech Desert Tour Packages:Erg Chebbi Tours-Camel ride

    After breakfast, you will make a short Excursion of Merzouga and Khamlia village (village of the Gnaoua) mines of mifiss, the plates desert with the meeting of the Berber nomads of the desert, in the late afternoon will ride the camel ride to your camp, in Your way will have the chance to take the pictures of one of the best sunset in the world. you will have a private tent and a delicious dinner.

    4th Day of Marrakech Desert Tour Packages: Merzouga – Draa Valley – Ouarzazate

    After a quiet and memorable night in the dunes of Erg Chebbi Dunes ,you can watch the sunrise over the dunes and breakfast  then take the worm shower, then travel Rissani to explore the tourist area including the Mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif and the palm grove as a part of your exploration. Lunch in Nkoub, then continue to Ouarzazate through the Draa Valley, one of the biggest palm Grove of Morocco. Dinner and overnight at the Riad/hotel in Ouarzazate.

    5th Day Of Marrakech Desert Tour Packages: Ouarzazate To Marrakech

    In the morning and after breakfast will drive to Ait Benhaddou village, and visit the World Heritage Site, one of Morocco’s most spectacular ksours (fortified villages). Continue to Marrakech with a detour to the traditional High Atlas Berber village of Telouet and visit the Kasbah el Glaoui and crossing the high Atlas mountain. and the end of our Sahara Desert Tour Package.

    Tour details

    Price Includes

    • Private and modern vehicle driven by a Professional English and French-speaking driver
    • Professional driver English speaking
    • Accommodation in Dades Valley Dinner and breakfast included
    • Camel Trekking Tour
    • Overnight in the Desert Camp Dinner and breakfast included
    • Accommodation in Merzouga Desert Dinner and Breakfast included
    • 4WD Tour Of Erg Chebbi
    • Hotel In Ouarzazate dinner and breakfast included
    • Pick-up and drop off

    Price Excludes

    • Any private expenses
    • Drinks and Lunchs
    • hotel in marrakech
    • Quads


    • Not recommended for travellers with back problems.
    • Not recommended for pregnant travellers.
    • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions.
    • A minimum of 2 people per booking is required.
    • Vegetarian option is available


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    December 25, 2021