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Explore Berber Villages In Morocco (8 days tour)

Day 1: Marrakech : Arrive at the Marrakech airport from where the guide will accompany you to your hotel. Next day, you start the journey to explore Berber villages in Morocco.
Day 2: Jbel Toubkal : Early morning, set out for the giant Toubkal, 60km from Marrakech. Muleteers from the village of Imlil will accompany you in this place. The ride upstream the river of Amssakrou will begin after breakfast. Arrive at Bivouac situated at a height of 1, 500m after walking for 3 hours.
Day 3 and Day 4: The valley of Imnane : Find your way through the beautiful valley of Imnane and discover several new villages, when you explore Berber villages in Morocco. You will meet many friendly faces like Amssakrou, Ikis, Tameguiste, and Tacheddirt, situated at 2,300m. Spend the night in tents. Approximate Walking Time: 3 hours
Day 5: The valley of Imlil : One needs to cross the Col of Tamatert at 2,279m to reach the valley of Imlil (1,750m). The journey continues to the Aremd village at 1,950m. Transit accommodation provided for the night. Total walking time is around 4 hours.
Day 6: The Tizi Mzik : Reach Tizi Mzik at 2,490m through a mule path. Cherish the snow covered paths of the Tazarart plateau and the exotic villages with hanging terrace cultivation following the hillside. Accommodation for the night will be arranged in the Assif N’Azadene valley. Approximate walking time is 4 hours.
Day 7: The valley of Assif N’Azadene : Early morning, you have to leave the valley of N’Azadene, the most beautiful one you would come across when you explore Berber villages in Morocco. Follow a small Col to reach the village of Imi Oughlade from where, you can go back to Marrakech by a private vehicle.

Day 8: Marrakech : You will be transferred back to the airport for your journey back home.

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Marrakech Saghro & Sahara (13 days tour)

Tours From Marrakech To Sahara Help You Explore Morocco Visiting Morocco’s Saghro region and the Sahara desert is a great way to escape the wet and grey weather at home. The Sahara and Anti-Atlas have wonderful landscapes to explore. Tours from marrakech to sahara also allow you to enjoy the cool days and warm nights in Morocco.
In your tour, you can use camels and mules on the basis of the terrain. The trip offers you a unique opportunity for experiencing the vastness of the great Sahara desert.

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Day 1: Marrakech : Welcome to the beautiful country of Morocco. On the first day, you reach Marrakech. From the airport, you reach a hotel where you spend the night. The hotel is located at the town’s centre, and you may enjoy the evening at the Djemma-El-Fna Square by yourself. It is a bustling and cheerful place.
Day 2: Ouarzazate : Today, you head for the Anti Atlas Mountains. You stop for lunch at Quarzazate, which was originally a place for resting of the African traders in the ancient times, when they travelled to Europe. Now, the place is famous for film studios, which has formed the set for numerous famous movies like “The Living Daylights”, “The Last Temptation of Christ” and “Alexander the Great”. During your drive, you can find many picturesque places like the Dades Valley, Boumalne du Dades and a small village named Tagdilt. In Tagdilt, you would meet the trekking team and stay in a local house at night.
Day 3: Jbel Saghro : On this day, you start trekking in the rugged and dramatic terrain of Jbel Saghro, which have formed by volcanic mountains and have taken millions of years to form. The region has great natural beauty as the ancient Kasbahs of dusty red hue stand against the green oases of date palm and the volcanic mountain peaks of red-black color. Tourists can get numerous photo opportunities here. You would set up a camp at Imi-n-ourag, which is a truly relaxing place. Here, you can taste the traditional Moroccan food prepared by your cook and served fresh.
Day 4: Aït Atta Berbers : This is an incredibly tall pinnacle of rock. The name Bab-n-Ali means “Gates of Ali”. The surrounding landscape is quite bizarre, formed of red black peaks of volcano, rocky outcrops and limestone pinnacles. Camping here for a night is thrilling.
Day 5: Bab-n-Ali : The rough terrain of the land may make it uncomfortable for you to trek, but the awesome scenery will compensate for it. You will reach the Toubkal refuge for lodging at night which is the final resting point before you start hiking Toubkal Summit. Several other trekkers will give you company here.
Day 6: Taoudachte River : Your trekking adventure would be full of cultivated valleys and ancient Kasbahs. Then, you would reach Sarhro, which is a large village, and have lunch there. Then, you would head for the beautiful river named Taoudachte. You would stay in a camp at night amongst the palms, beside the river.
Day 7: Draa Valley : Have some rest from the trekking and head for the Zagora town in the Draa Valley. Here, the river banks are full of green palms, which stand contrastingly against old Kasbahs and colorful dusty rocks. You would have lunch at Zaouite Sidi Salh and then you would travel through the desert to the dunes of Megag. You can camp near the dunes for the night.
Day 8 and Day 9: The Sahara : On these days, you would explore the Sahara Desert stretching from the Red Sea Coast to the High Atlas Mountains. You would be trekking across windblown golden dunes surrounded with date palms. The region is a stony expanse with tamarisk trees and oasis. The vastness of the desert and its solitude is really amazing. You would visit an ancient village named Bounou and the Megag Necropolis in your trip, before arriving at Ouled Driss on the 9th day.
Day 10: Ouarzazate : On this day, your holiday’s trekking part would end. After having breakfast, you can go for a wonderful drive to the Draa Valley for visiting the date palm oasis. In the drive, you would also visit the Tinifift pass surrounded with hills and canyons. You can stop for visiting the Koranic library in Tamegroute and a pottery village. Then you would return back to Quarzazate and spend the night here in a hotel comfortably.
Day 11: Aït Benhaddou : Explore the amazing place of Quarzazate, before heading for the famous Aït Benhaddou, which is a ‘fortified city’ located between Marrakech and the Sahara in the former caravan route. The place is an ancient Kasbah situated in the Atlas region. Some Kasbahs in the region were formed in the 16th century and have been granted the listing of UNESCO World Heritage. Many films have been shot in these Kasbahs, such as “Gladiator” and “Lawrence of Arabia”. Return back to Marrakech in the evening.
Day 12: Marrakech : Enjoy the day by visiting some prominent places of Marrakech like the splendid central square or Djemma-El-Fna and the beautiful Koutoubia mosque. The Djemma-El-Fna is a colorful place and a feast to your senses with its fortune tellers, snake charmers, traders and spicy aromas. You can shop some beautiful and unique stuff from the souks here, and have a delicious dinner in the bustling square.
Day 13: Marrakech : Your tour ends after having breakfast.

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Moroccan Camel Rides And Trekking In Marrakech

We invite you to find out the Sahara desert, located in the southern parts of Morocco. We, present the magic of the desert with camel rides in Marrakech. You will have the chance to watch vast sand dunes, visit kasbahs, and lush abundant oasis. The huge panorama, solitude and peace of the desert create mystifying powers which will bring peace to ruffled human soul. You will forever remember the romantic nights spent under wandering tents, sharing stories and music with the local guides and watching the illuminating starry night. Atlantic Coast Desert Tour
We merge modern and ancient modes of voyage: camel riding and 4X4. Travel by camel into the desert, experience the enthralling Saharan dunes at night. You can also visit the Road of One Thousand Kasbahs, the Moroccan Hollywood, the Rose Valley and the UNESCO world heritage site of Ait Benhaddou.
Camel trek On the boundary of Morocco, the desert occupied by the tribes of the Ait Atta du Sahara constitutes the first oasis accessible from Timbuktu following sixty days of camel convoy. This is a region where guides were required to pass the warrior Berbers and Touaregs. Marrakech camel trekking expands to the enormous sand dunes of the L’oued Drâa, an atmosphere which holds memoirs of the centuries of human survival required to cross this link connecting North and South. Immerse in the enormous isolation of the desert, and watch the implausible lucidity of the constellations and stars which radiant up the nights.

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Desert Trips in Morocco

Day 1: Leave Marrakech and trek over the stature of the Atlas Mountains through Tizi-n-Tichka pass. You will have options to pause and immerse in the impressive landscapes, take a break to drink coffee and fresh orange juice. Use up the afternoon tripping the UNESCO world heritage site of Ait Benhaddou. This village full of Berber Kasbahs has been used as most vital fortress strongholds on old salt road where slaves were brought by caravans along with ivory, gold and salt from the Saharan Africa to Marrakech and beyond. You will go through Ouarzazate and the Valley of Roses, renowned for supple Persian rose oil. After visiting Tamnalt hills, you will stay for a night in Dades Gorge.
Day 2: After breakfast, take a small tour to stroll through an enormous crypt dividing the Todra Gorge, the High Atlas Mountains, sheer rock walls which ascends to 300m in its narrowest part. Then lead to Erg Chebbi, an ocean of sand where you will venture deep into the desert scene until the dunes emerge on the horizon. Your mid-afternoon aim is the Auberge to meet your camel guide and then ride to the bivouac (camp). Authentic dinner is served under the dusky stars shining luminously in the clear night sky. Ascend the dunes and observe the shooting stars and moon rise prior to retiring to your bed in a traveler tent.
Day 3: Come back by camel and gaze at the sunrise above the dunes back to the Auberge for shower and breakfast. The remaining day is spent driving back to Ouarzazate, where you will stop for lunch and visit the old Glaoui Kasbah Taourirte, before crossing the High Atlas back to Marrakech.

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Camel trek along the Atlantic coastline (8 days)

Morocco is celebrated for a number of things like the imposing Atlas Mountains, the rich Arabic and Berber cultures and the exotic souks of Marrakech. A less renowned place is the stunning Atlantic coastline. Our tranquil one-week tour tracks coastal trails to the gorgeous city of Essaouira. Along the way of your Marrakech camel trekking, you go by quiet fishing townships, Argan tree orchards, abandoned sandy beaches and rocky cliff tops. As an invariable attendant, you will have the grand sea sights and the growl of the deafening Atlantic waves. The trip is headed by one of our most experienced local guides, aided by the camp and cooking teams. Convoy of camels will carry our baggage. Conclude the journey with soothing free time in both Essaouira and Marrakech.
Day 1: Arrival in Marrakech Meet our employees’ team at the air terminal and transport to the hotel (half board accommodation).
Day 2: Marrakech – Tafdna Transport by minibus, Land Rover or coach to Tafna, going through Chichaoua and Ounara. Lunch stop en route. Then carry on through the Haha region, the Argan tree center, arriving at the fishing harbor of Tafna where you will meet with your camel-drivers. “Test day” for practice of camel rides in Marrakech. Evening bivouac on sandy seashore in Tafna.
Day 3: Tafna – Hamad Saeih Once caravan is loaded, start your journey crossing over Cape Tafelny through the plateau and then stop by the beach of Sidi Hamad Saeih, where you will pitch tents for the night stay.
Day 4: Hamad Saeih – Sidi Mbarek The journey through camel rides in Marrakech, goes on to trail the coast, either beside the beach or across the elevated plain (depending on wind conditions). Camp around Marabout Sidi Mbarek.
Day 5: Sidi Mbarek – Sidi Kaouki The coast stretches away to the horizon. Three linked beaches will lead you to Sidi Kaouki. A fishing port and meeting place for wind-surfers. Spend the night camping on the seaside.
Day 6: Sidi Kaouki – Essaouira Start the day toward Sidi Kaouki, journeying the confined fishing village and the sea fissures of Cape Sim. The town of Essaouira appears in the distance around Cape Sim,. Afternoon arrival is most predictable to have a well-deserved rest and use the nighttime in a relaxed hotel.
Day 7: Tour an ancient Portuguese port, the town of Essaouira, followed by lunch at a dockside eatery to collect all sorts of selfish and fish. Afternoon shift to Marrakech and nighttime in a hotel. Marrakech camel trekking also allows you to discover the Medina at sunset and shop in the souks.
Day 8: Marrakech Move to the airport for your return journey.

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Day Trip With Beautiful Mountain Vistas In Morocco

The Jbel Toubkal is the highest mountain of North Africa, 4,167m above the seal level and with this tour you can make a climb to this mountain to make your holiday exciting. You will get a glimpse of some of the most exotic sceneries like the beautiful mountain vistas in morocco. You can make the trip through the Berber villages, where natives use the terraces of the steep hills for work. The lodging for night stay will be hospitable and warm. Awel- deserved stay will be arranged at the Riad in Marrakech where you will be exposed to the bustling life of the Marrakech inhabitants and enjoy a relishing evening meal. For entertainment, you will visit the Djemma El Fna Square, famous the world over.
Day 1: Marrakech : A hearty welcome to the land of Morocco! As soon as you land in Morocco, you will be taken to a hotel in the central part of the city. You can enjoy the first evening at Djemma El Fna Square which is bustling with life.
Day 2: Tizi Oussem (1,850m) : As you depart from Marrakech in the morning, your experience will take you to a breath-taking landscape view of the Imin-Oughland of the Atlas Mountains, which will act as the trekking adventure’s starting point. Here you will get acquainted with the team including the cooks who will ride on sturdy mules to give company to you for the coming 5 days. North Africa’s highest mountain range, The Atlas, with several 4000m above peaks, offers amazing scenic views. The Tizi-n-Tach pass offers a winding path, ideal for lunch break. Post lunch you will cover Tizi Oussem, a valley with pictorial value. You will night stay in one of the rustic Berber houses.
Day 3: Aglzim (2,800m) : This day will take you through the Tiziane Valley, trekking along the river route to reach Azib Tamsolute and crossing the Berber goat herders, walnut groves and cultivated fields on the way. Before you climb over the Aglzim mountain passes, stop to visit the waterfall in the pathway for scenic beauty.
Day 4: Toubkal Refuge (3,200m) : The rough terrain of the land may make it uncomfortable for you to trek, but the awesome scenery will compensate for it. You will reach the Toubkal refuge for lodging at night which is the final resting point before you start hiking Toubkal Summit. Several other trekkers will give you company here.
Day 5: Toubkal Summit! (4,167m) : Since Toubkal is the highest peak in North Africa, it is important to start early to be able to reach the peak before it is midday. The route is straightforward but the steep slopes make the hike a challenging one. At the peak, take rest and have your lunch. Here you will get a panoramic view of the Atlas. You will have to return to the point for spending the night at Timlilte village.
Day 6: The Descent : This morning, begin your final leg of our trek. You will make the steep descent down rocky paths, through almond groves and across flood plains. On your way down, pass by the tiny settlement of Sidi Chamharouche, with its Muslim shrine and the village of Aroumd. After lunch it’s time to bid farewell to your trekking team and head back to Marrakech. You will be back in time for dinner and some well deserved rest and relaxation!
Day 7: Explore Marrakech : Make the most of your free day to enjoy exploring Marrakech and its exotic sites including architectural beauty, the Koutoubia Mosque and the central square with world fame, Djemma el-Fna. Spicy and colorful aromas, snake charmers, fortune tellers, traders, all form part of this Square.
Day 8: Marrakech : With breakfast ends your splendid Morocco trekking experience

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Discover Djebel Siroua Day Trip

The Jbel Toubkal is the highest mountain of North Africa, 4,167m above the seal level and with this tour you can make a climb to this mountain to make your holiday exciting. You will get a glimpse of some of the most exotic sceneries like the beautiful mountain vistas in morocco. You can make the trip through the Berber villages, where natives use the terraces of the steep hills for work. The lodging for night stay will be hospitable and warm. Awel- deserved stay will be arranged at the Riad in Marrakech where you will be exposed to the bustling life of the Marrakech inhabitants and enjoy a relishing evening meal. For entertainment, you will visit the Djemma El Fna Square, famous the world over.

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Day 1: Marrakech : A hearty welcome to the land of Morocco! As soon as you land in Morocco, you will be taken to a hotel in the central part of the city. You can enjoy the first evening at Djemma El Fna Square which is bustling with life.
Day 2: Merzouga - Todra Gorges-Dades Gorge : Wake up early to catch the sunrise over the dunes then take back to merzoga . then start travel to Erfoud ,you set out behind the High Atlas Mountains by passing on nomad people , you will take a walk up in the towering Todra Gorges (600 feet high). The picturesque river valleys make for a beautiful journey towards the southeast of Morocco. Then continue your journey towards another impressive gorge Dades passing the strange rock creation of Tamnalt Hills night in heart of Dades Gorge
Day 2: Tizi Oussem (1,850m) : As you depart from Marrakech in the morning, your experience will take you to a breath-taking landscape view of the Imin-Oughland of the Atlas Mountains, which will act as the trekking adventure’s starting point. Here you will get acquainted with the team including the cooks who will ride on sturdy mules to give company to you for the coming 5 days. North Africa’s highest mountain range, The Atlas, with several 4000m above peaks, offers amazing scenic views. The Tizi-n-Tach pass offers a winding path, ideal for lunch break. Post lunch you will cover Tizi Oussem, a valley with pictorial value. You will night stay in one of the rustic Berber houses.
Day 3: Aglzim (2,800m) : This day will take you through the Tiziane Valley, trekking along the river route to reach Azib Tamsolute and crossing the Berber goat herders, walnut groves and cultivated fields on the way. Before you climb over the Aglzim mountain passes, stop to visit the waterfall in the pathway for scenic beauty.
< Day 4: Toubkal Refuge (3,200m) : The rough terrain of the land may make it uncomfortable for you to trek, but the awesome scenery will compensate for it. You will reach the Toubkal refuge for lodging at night which is the final resting point before you start hiking Toubkal Summit. Several other trekkers will give you company here.
Day 5: Toubkal Summit! (4,167m) : Since Toubkal is the highest peak in North Africa, it is important to start early to be able to reach the peak before it is midday. The route is straightforward but the steep slopes make the hike a challenging one. At the peak, take rest and have your lunch. Here you will get a panoramic view of the Atlas. You will have to return to the point for spending the night at Timlilte village.
Day 6: The Descent : This morning, begin your final leg of our trek. You will make the steep descent down rocky paths, through almond groves and across flood plains. On your way down, pass by the tiny settlement of Sidi Chamharouche, with its Muslim shrine and the village of Aroumd. After lunch it’s time to bid farewell to your trekking team and head back to Marrakech. You will be back in time for dinner and some well deserved rest and relaxation!
Day 7: Explore Marrakech : Make the most of your free day to enjoy exploring Marrakech and its exotic sites including architectural beauty, the Koutoubia Mosque and the central square with world fame, Djemma el-Fna. Spicy and colorful aromas, snake charmers, fortune tellers, traders, all form part of this Square.

Day 8: Marrakech : With breakfast ends your splendid Morocco trekking experience

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