3 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga
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3 days desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga Overview:
The most popular plan for Marrakech desert trips is a three-day journey. A highlight of the trip is passing through the Merzouga desert on the way from Marrakech to Marrakech. The High Atlas Mountains and their vistas, as well as Berber settlements and the Agan oil cooperative, will all be explored as a result. In addition, you will visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, the movie studio, and go on a camel trekking excursion to complete your itinerary. In the Anti-Atlas Mountains, you will also come across the biggest rive in Morocco. Our 3 day desert trip from Marrakech to Marrakech concludes with a drive across the High Atlas Mountains, with a final destination of Marrakech as our last destination.
Highlights of our 3 days tour from Marralech to Merzouga:
Itinerary of 3 days desert tour from Marrakech:
Day 1: Marrakech – Ait Ben Haddou – Ouarzazate – Boumalne Dades
The first day of your 3 days desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga will depart from your Raid. We’ll stop at some of the area’s most notable tourist attractions on our way to Boumalnes Dades. Our voyage will begin with a crossing of the Atlas Mountains, going through Tizi n’Tchka and on to Ait Ben Haddou. Nonetheless, you’ll take a break to see the breathtaking views of the highlands and Berber villages.
In addition, we pay a visit to the Argan oil cooperative. Our second stop will be Ait ben Haddou, which will be our third stop. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the biggest Kasbah in Morocco in terms of size and architectural style. Furthermore, Ouarzazate will be the last destination on our private desert excursion. It is also known as the “Cinema Capital of the World,” since it is the location of several films, including Game of Thrones and Gladiator. As a result, you will get the opportunity to see its movie studio.
Last but not least, we will travel through Berber communities on our way to Skoura village. As a result, we pay a visit to the Amerhidil Kasbah before heading to Rose Valley. Following our exploration of the valley, we will proceed to Boumalane Dades, where we will check into our accommodations. Overnight
Day 2: Dades Valley- Todra Gorges- Merzouga:
We’ll begin our 3 days desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga after breakfast. Today, we will get the opportunity to visit some unusual locations. To begin, you’ll go to Telouat Valley and then to Tundra Gorges. It’s one of the most fascinating locations, having towering cliffs for climbers and a canyon in between.
After that, we’ll halt at Tougoug village. It’s a Berber community with cooperatives selling Berber clothing. In addition, we stop at the irrigation system in Fezna after driving through the palm tree oasis. After that, we’ll travel to Erfoud, a fossil city, and then to the Merzouga desert.
Finally, in the desert, we shall be greeted with mint tea. After that, you’ll go on a camel trekking adventure. The finest thing you will be impressed by is the stunning sunset vista in the midst of the desert. Drum music will be played around the fire after supper at the camp. And you’ll be able to spend your night beneath the stars.
Day 3: Merzouga – Draa Valley – Marrakech:
The third and last day of the 3 days tour from Marrakech to Merzouga Desert will take a different route. We’ll resume our journey once you’ve enjoyed the dawn and brunch. As a result, you will pay a visit to Rissani town, which is the seat of the Alaouite dynasty. We will also pass via Alnif and the Tzarina oasis. After that, we stop for lunch at Nkob hamlet and visit the Draa Valley, Morocco’s biggest river.
We also travel around the Anti-Atlas Mountain, taking in the scenery of the sprawling mountains.
Finally, we’ll go to Marrakech across the High Atlas Mountains. Then, after dropping you off at your hotel, our 3-day adventure from Marrakech to Merzouga will come to a close.
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The 3 days desert tour from Marrakech to Merzouga is full with stunning sights to visit. As a result, we’d like to provide you with an outline of what you’ll see and experience during your trip with us.
One of Morocco’s most famous architectural landmarks is Ait Ben Haddou. The 3-day vacation begins with a trip from Marrakech to Merzouga, a desert oasis. Once you leave Marrakech and go across the High Atlas Mountains and Tizi N Tichka, you will be able to see some of the most historic Berber communities. From there, you’ll continue via Telouet and arrive at Ait Ben Haddou. It is inhabited by Berbers. Moreover, the Kasbah draws thousands of visitors each year who come to experience its history and beauty.
To get to Ait Ben Haddou, you must take the bridge to learn about Ait Ben Haddou’s plan. Many of the tour guides will try to educate you on the history of Kasbah.
The colorful stores you may discover in your nation will be liked after you’ve used the bridge.
Ait Ben Haddou is known for his wise men painters, who employ their unique style to decorate the whole Kasbah.
For a panoramic perspective, take the route all the way up to Kasbah and the Ounila River. There will be a lot of security for the tribe when you reach the highest top.
In the eighteenth century, the founder, Ben Haddou, was the leader of the local tribe. At the present, you may still find him at the cemetery behind the town.
A lot of filmmakers choose to use Ait Ben Haddou as part of their films. For example, The Gladiator, Alexander, the Message, and the well-known Game of Thrones.
A 3 days excursion from Marrakech to Merzouga, Ouarzazate’s second destination. The desert port, as it is known, is beginning to exhibit symptoms of the huge Sahara. This lovely village is known for its Atlas studios, which have drawn thousands of tourists over the last 20 years.
The popular Gladiator, Alexander and Cleopatra, and Game of Thrones were all filmed. To be sure, in a scene from the TV show Prison Break, several rounds were fired in the area.
Taourirt’s kasbah, commonly known as the desert labyrinth, may also be observed. It is difficult to visit without a local guide since there are approximately 300 rooms. We urge that you accompany them and see the tribe’s architecture, fudge walls, and unique quarters.
The world’s biggest solar panel, the Noor, is also situated in Ouarzazate. It is owned by a Moroccan solar power firm and costs $9 trillion to build.
The 3 days tour from Marrakesh to the Merzouga desert continues from Ouarzazate to Skoura. A halt may be made depending on the time. We’ll visit Amrhidil’s Kasbah before heading to the Rose Capital. There are many different varieties of roses in the valley. People form Rosewater cooperatives, and the majority of them do so to make a living.
Your guide may make a pit stop at one of the cooperatives, which sell a variety of rose-related items, as well as skincare and other cosmetic products.
Every year, a rose festival is conducted, which attracted 320,000 visitors in 2015.
Taxis are pink to represent how much people love and cherish flowers.
After seeing Kalaat Megouna and one of the cooperatives, our next destination would be Boumalne Dades. This city is known for the Dade Gorges, and it is a must-see on any Morocco vacation.
Many travelers like to stay here before going on camel rides in the Sahara Desert. The valley is also known for its panoramic vistas from several Riads and Kasbahs.
Tissdrine is a must-see site in Boumalne Dades. You, too, refer to it as “Donkey Road.” The person who offered the route map to the mountain’s summit. It’s also known as the curve stealth road by others.
It is not advised that you go to Monkey Finger’s mountains. Where can you find strange mountains shaped like monkey toes?