Marrakech Desert Tour 6 days
Day 01: Marrakech – Ouzoud Waterfalls – Bin el Ouidane – Imilchil
After your morning meal, we meet you in your convenience in Marrakech and withdraw for the Ouzoud falls in the Middle Atlas Mountains. This 110 meters high three layered cascade is very dynamite and potentially a standout amongst the most delightful in all of Morocco. The daylight over the splash from the falls makes multi layered rainbows and you can take a pontoon ride to the base of the tumbles to encounter its marvel and the intensity of nature. There are additionally guided strolls to investigate and find this excellent area. You may well observe the indigenous Barbary monkeys that come to bolster here. Lunch can likewise be taken in full perspective on the falls and obviously there are numerous photograph openings. After the visit to the falls, we drive over the forested landscape in the Atlas to the pleasant Bin el Ouidane lake and afterward crosswise over to the town of Imilchil where we go through the night with half board.
Day 02: Trekking in Imilchil – Visiting the Lakes
The story goes that the youthful darlings Tislit and Isli, unfit to wed on account of their fighting inborn families and not wishing to live without one another, chose to suffocate themselves in two adjacent lakes, in spite of the fact that legend says it was their tears that filled the lakes. Be that as it may, even in death they stayed separated as a mountain isolated their lakes and consequently kept their spirits from gathering in the afterlife.If you are feeling brave, you can take multi day trek and walk the 7km between these two lakes and envision the sentimental yet deplorable story. We can compose a cookout lunch and a get on the off chance that you get excessively worn out. In September there is a yearly celebration of marriage where nearby clans meet up and the ladies get the opportunity to pick their accomplice.
Day 03: Imilchil – Mesmrir – Dades Gorge
After breakfast, we leave Imilchil and drive south to the Dades Gorge; we go through Berber towns and dazzling field where local people are neighborly as they approach their every day undertakings. At the crossroads at Agoudal, we take the choice for the Dades Gorge. This is a noteworthy scene with some astounding dissolved developments and rose hued mountains. The stream valleys are brimming with old adobe kasbahs and rich farmland. We go through the night here in a neighborhood guesthouse with half board.
Day 04: Dades Gorge – Todra Gorge – Merzouga
After breakfast, we leave this magnificent crevasse and find another further along the valley. In Tinghir, we take the street up to the Todra Gorge; a most loved spot for universal shake climbers as it flaunts a 300 meter vertical issue with a crystalline frosty stream going through it. This pink tinted ravine is just 10 meters wide at its tightest point and was shaped by icy action. Travelers can be seen with their jackass topping off water compartments. After a mid-day break here, we proceed with south going through palm forests and Berber towns with adobe kasbahs until the scene changes and the Sahara sands welcome us to the Erg Chebbi rises and Merzouga. Here after an appreciated mint tea, we will appreciate the sun setting on a camel ride over the rises to our roaming style camp where supper and nearby music are served up under a star filled sky.
Day 05: Merzouga – Nkob – Agdz
In the event that you get up early enough, you can appreciate the enchantment of a desert dawn; an extraordinary time and an encounter you will dependably recollect. We return by camel to the lodging for breakfast and to spruce up. Our experience proceeds as we find the market town of Rissani, and the desert towns of Alnif and Nkob with its wonderful kasbahs. We will stop for lunch here and toward the evening take the rough terrain choice to meet the forceful Draa Valley with its immense palm desert garden and old way of life. In the ksar of Agdz we will go through the night with half board.
Day 06: Agdz – Ouarzazate – Ait Benhaddou – Marrakech
From Agdz, in the core of the palm forests of the powerful Draa Valley, we drive north, with the Saghro Mountains to our right side and the Atlas Mountains in front of us. We achieve the Hollywood of Africa; Ouarzazate, home to the film studios and well known film sets for motion pictures like the Mummy and Cleopatra. We go off the street at that point to visit the different renowned shooting area; Ait Benhaddou, where the Gladiator was made. This adobe fortification ksar is a significant fortress on the old convoy courses that exchanged salt right to Timbuktu. We will eat here and take a short visit. We roll over the High Atlas Mountains crossing the 2260 meter high go at Tizi n’Tichka before sliding to the fields of Haouz and the medina of Marrakech.
|Nbr persons||1 -> 4
||5 -> 8|
|Price per Person||645 €||480 €|
DepartureMain Square, Old Town
Departure TimeApproximately 8.30AM
Return TimeApproximately 7.30PM
Dress CodeCasual, comfortable and light
Included5 Star AccommodationAirport TransferBreakfastPersonal Guide
Not IncludedGallery TicketLunch