3 days desert tour from Agadir to Merzouga info:
3 days desert tour from Agadir to Merzouga overview:
You will take a camel trek in the Merzouga sand dunes, pass through the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara, spend the night in a Berber camp, watch the sunset over the Erg Chebbi Dunes, and then travel through the gorges to Agadir on this 3 days desert tour from Agadir to Merzouga.
3 days desert tour from Agadir note:
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3 days desert tour from Agadir to Merzouga itinerary:
Day 1: Agadir – Taroudant – Aoulos – Ouarzazate:
The 3 days desert tour from gadir to Merzouga and back, Begins at 8:00 a.m. Our driver/guide will pick you up at your hotel, airport or wherever you are staying in Agadir. On The first day will drive around 373 kilometers. Today we will make some stops, and discover some places. firstly we will stop at the orange groves and Argan trees on your route to Troudant.
Also, we will stop to visit the ‘rebel stronghold’ erected in the 11th century when Taroudant was still a tiny kingdom. Here, we will see the Ramparts, the site Assarag, and the medina. Then we’ll contunue driving to Taliouine. it is where the greatest Moroccan affron is produced. After visiting Taznakht town, we will travel to Ouarzazate, Morocco’s Hollywood. Here, we will see the Atlas studios. Spend the night in a riad.
Day 2: Dades valley – Tinghir – Erfoud – Merzouga desert:
On the second day from the 3 days desert tour from Agadir to Merzouga, we will start our adventure at 8:00 a.m. First of all, we’ll visit the Kasabah Taourirt. The old Glaoui home where scenes from Bernardo Bertoucci’s “The Sheltering Sky,”. Also, “L Lawrence of Arabia,” and other films were filmed here. Our next destenation will be the Valley of a Thousand Kasbahs in Skoura.
We will make another stop at El Kelaa Mgouna, where a rose festival is held in the springs. After that, we will continue on to Todra Gorges through Boumaln Dades. Not to mention that, many stops will be made along the route to the todgha Gorges and Tinghir.
the latter is where you will take a 20-minute walk inside the Gorges to appreciate the views of the high cliffs. Then you’ll drive through numerous small Berber Ighrman on your way to the desert. Travel through Erfoud and Rissani to the Merzouga sand dunes, stopping for lunch along the way.
Also, you will be greeted with a traditional Moroccan tea and given 15 minutes to unwind before riding the camel into the sand dunes. After that, you will be spending the night in a Berber tent in the middle of the sahara desert.
Day 3: Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – High atlas – Marrakech:
It is so lovely to witness the dawn while in the desert that it is best if you get up 20 minutes before the stuning sunrise. Not to mention hike up one of the sand dunes t have a better view. After the sunrise, you will have breakfast and take a shower. Next your camel guide will return you to the hotel. From here we be heading to Agadir.
This day is determined on where you choose to end the journey. You may end it in Fes by driving via the high, medium, and middle atlas, the cedar forest, and Ifrane, and finally Fes. If you like, you may end it in Marrakech by driving back to Ouarzazate and then via the winding route of the Tizi n’Tichka pass (2260 M height) to Marrakech. The end of ur 3 days desert tour from Agadir.
Highlight of the 2 days tour from Fes to Marrakech:
With 3 days desert tour from Agadir to Merzouga, you will xplore Merzouga desert:
Taking a camel ride through the impressive dunes of Merzouga is one of the most memorable experiences you can have in Morocco. This excursion is ideal for those who are free to travel in the area and want to experience the slow and cadent passage of the dromedary through the Sahara sands. The excursions are varied, and there are numerous options.
The most basic is a two-hour walk through evocative Saharan landscapes, which will also appear in the most exotic photos in your photo album. They will be photographs to remember, so we recommend that you dress appropriately for the occasion and as closely as possible to the Bedouins or Berbers, avoiding clothes that are too westernized, sports, or bright colors. There is no mandatory label in the desert, so it is a clear suggestion.
Visit the kasbah Ait Ben Haddou:
With our 3 days desert tour from Agadir, you will visit Ait ben Haddou. A Moroccan fortress is the Kasbah. Ait Ben Haddou and other fortresses of this type are adobe and mud structures with defensive towers in the style of medieval castles.
These kasbahs were once large Berber settlements in the Moroccan desert, walled and built to protect the homes, crops, and palm groves that grew along their rivers. These peoples established large agrarian and mercantile societies based on an Islamic vision.