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#Marrakech to #Merzouga 3 days #desert tour

Spend 3 days #desert #safari & #camel #trek from #Marrakech by exploring the #Draa #Valley and experiencing nomadic life in the #desert. Trek on the back of a #camel after visiting areas such as #Ouarzazate and the #Kasbah. With breakfast and dinner provided, as well as your accommodations, you will have an incredible journey. Discover the peace and tranquility of life in the #Sahara on this private. See Africa’s #majestic #Atlas #Mountains and watch the sun rise and set on the back of a #camel.

Highlights

3 days desert #safari &#camel trek, the #Dadès Valley and #Erg #Chebbi from Marrakech
Take a camel trek from #Merzouga to #Erg Chebbi and enjoy dinner under the stars at a Berber desert camp
Traverse the High Atlas Mountains via the magnificent #Tizi-n-Tichka pass
Visit the #UNESCO #World #Heritage site of #Aït #Benhaddou #kasbah with a guide
Admire the Todra Gorge and follow the #Dadès #River to #Boumalne du #Dadès
Tour includes some meals and round-trip travel from #Marrakech
Discover lush palm groves in the desert at #Skoura
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This amazing 3 days #desert #safari & #camel trek is ideal for intrepid travelers hoping to explore #Morocco away from the hustle and bustle of busy Marrakech. Visit #UNESCO-listed sites and relax to traditional Moroccan music beneath star-lit #Sahara #Desert skies.

Day 1: #Marrakech#Tizi -n-Tichka – #Ait Benhaddou – #Ouarzazate#Dades Valley

Depart approximately 8:00 am, your driver will pick you up at your hotel or from the nearest parking area if you are staying at a riad in #Marrakech. Direction to dades valley crossing the High Atlas mountains through Tizi n’Tichka. The driver will make various stops so you may attain beautiful views including one at the top of the pass will arrive just after in #Ait #Ben Haddou #Kasbah by the trail to visit the famous ksar – registered by UNESCO.After crossing Ouarzazate we will reach dades valley trough the #Magoun and #Skoura. We will spend the night in #dades valley.

Day 2: #Dades #Gorges#Tinghir#Todra #Gorges – Tinjdad – Erfoud – Merzouga

After seeing Dades gorges to the erg chebbi Sahara desert in #Merzouga we’ll take the road through #Tinjdad and #Jorf. Route in the afternoon to reach the dunes of #Merzouga through typical villages. You will join the #bivouac by #camel ride and go to a high sand dune to see the sunset. You will have a perfect view ! Tonight you will stay in Berber camp and enjoy a wonderful stars view.

Day 3: #Camel #Trekking in #Merzouga#Rissani#Ouarzazate – Marrakech

Watch an early sunrise before riding the camels to board your vehicle. Begin your return to Marrakesh, making stops along the way through Rissani. Visit the Taourirt Kasbah in #Ouarzazate, old residence of the pasha Glaoui. Have lunch on the road as you continue to Marrakech by the Tizi N’Tichka pass. Arrive in Marrakech by the end of the afternoon your driver bring you back to your Hotel in Marrakech around 7 pm. With this amazing tour you have enjoyed the 3 days desert safari & camel trek.
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2 days #tour from #Marrakech to #Zagora #desert

Discover the #peace and tranquility of life in the #Sahara on this private 2 days tour from #marrakech to #Zagora #desert . The 2 days desert #camp & #camel ride #safari let you sleep in a nomadic #desert #camp, pass through #Berber villages, see #Africa’s majestic #Atlas #Mountains and watch the sun rise and set on the back of a camel. Visit the #UNESCO World Heritage Centre Aït #Benhaddou, plus the towns of #Ouarzazate, #Zagora and #M’Hamid El #Ghizlane. Also, visit the #Draa #Valley (to witness Morocco’s longest river), the #Tinfou #dunes and much more. Accommodations, lunch and dinner around a campfire are also included.

Highlights

Enjoy a private, 2-day #safari in #Morocco with #camel #trek and #desert camp
Take the Tizi-n-Tichka pass through the High #Atlas #Mountains with a guide
Cross the dunes of the #Zagora Desert on camel back and enjoy a spectacular desert sunset
Visit the ancient settlement of #Ouarzazate
Discover the UNESCO World Heritage site of #Aït Ben Haddou and the #Drâa Valley
Spend the night in a #Berber desert camp among the sand dunes
Visit the ancient settlement of #Ouarzazate
Tour includes select meals and round-trip travel from #Marrakech
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This wonderful 2 days desert #camp & #camel ride safari is ideal for travelers keen to step off the beaten track and discover the real #Morocco.

Day 1: #Marrakech – High #atlas #mountains#Ait #Ben #Haddou #Kasbah#Camel trek & overnight at #Tinfou sand dune:

Depart from #Marrakech at 7h30 am and head towards #Tizn’t #Tichka. At an altitude of 7,414.7 ft (2260 meters), it is the highest mountain pass in North Africa. Passing through beautiful Berber villages, you can discover the colors of the High #Atlas #Mountains. See the #UNESCO world heritage classified Ait #Benhaddou #Kasbah.
Served as a natural decoration for many movies producers since 1960’s. Once you get to the village you take a walk with a local guide to go on explore the village. After having lunch you will continue to “Agdez Village” stating the famous Tamnougalt Kasbah. You will reach #Zagora via #Draa Valley. After arriving to #Tamgroute #village you will join the #Tinfou #sand #dune where you will take the camel for 1 hour to see the sunset and reach the #camp.

Arriving to the camp you will enjoy the overnight in a private desert tents.

Day 2: #Tinfou #sand dune – #Ouarzazate#Marrakech

Wake up early and have the unique experience of watching the sun rise over the dunes. After breakfast ride your camel back to #Tinfou, where you can take a hot shower in the local hotel. The return route will take you back through #Zagora and #Agdz, with a free time for lunch and visiting the famous #Kasbah of #Taourirt. lunch break and a guided visit of the cinema studios (optional) in #Ouarzazate. Arrival back in Marrakech around 6pm. With this tour you have enjoyed the 2 days tour from #marrakech to #Zagora desert.
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#Imperial cities tour from #Casablanca

Explore #Morocco’s stunning imperial cities on a 8 days #morocco #imperial cities tours from #Casablanca, and experience the country’s most striking landscapes, #architecture and #traditional #cultures. Walk through millennia-old ruins and discover #Morocco’s historic capitals; visit #Fez’s imposing monuments, then immerse yourself in the thriving life of the medieval #medina. Bask in the bustle of the #Jemaa el Fna square, step into royal palaces, and slip through ancient tombs and vivid gardens. End your trip in #Casablanca, where #historic souks about modern streets, and well-used cannons still line the weathered seawall.

Highlights

#Family friendly
Ideal choice for families
Get inside tips from a local
Small group ensures personal service
8 days #morocco’s imperial cities tours from #Casablanca
Day 1: Welcoming in #Casablanca airport

Pick-up from airport and transfer to your hotel.

Day 2: #Casablanca#Rabat

After having breakfast visit Hassan II Mosque, the Corniche, Mohammed V place, #United Nations place, law court, the prefecture, central post office than departure for #Rabat, arrival and historical guided visit: Kingdom Palace, #Mausoleum of Mohammed V the grandfather and father of the present king are buried here, Hassan Mosque, a wonder of the medieval Moorish world with its great minaret left unfinished when its founder died in 1199 the Chellah necropolis, #Kasbah #Oudaya.

Day 3: #Rabat#Meknes#Volubilis#Fez

After breakfast, departure to #Meknès, the 16th century capital whose ruler, Moulay Ismail, modeled himself on France’s ‘Sun King’, Louis XIV: historical guided visit of #Meknès, and The Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city was built with 20 gates, more than 50 palaces and 15 miles of surrounding walls. Following lunch, stop at the remarkable Roman ruins of Volubilis, with its mosaics and temples. Night in Fez

Day 4: #Fez#guided visit of Medina

All day devoted for visiting #Fez, the oldest of the #imperial cities, home to the world’s first university dating from the 9th century and one of the most complete medieval cities in existence, founded in 790 A.D. Seeming to exist somewhere between the Middle Ages and today, the Soul of Morocco stimulates the senses with its visual details, haunting sounds and rich aromas. Guided visit of medieval Medina, Quaraouine University, Medersa Attarine, Kingdom Palace, Ben Denane synagogue, souks.

Day 5: #Fez#Beni Mellal – #Marrakech

Depart after breakfast for Marrakech across the Middle #Atlas #Mountains, stopping in #Beni-Mellal, the largest town in the #Middle Atlas, for lunch. Giant cedar forests, volcanic mountains, strings of lakes and plains producing oranges, olives and sugar cane line the road. Along the way, visit Ifrane, a ski resort full of Alpine chalets with red-tiled roofs.

Day 6: #Marrakech#Guided city tour

Surrounded by almost intact medieval walls little has changed and in the central square #Jemaa el Fna is one of the world’s greatest spectacles, which is classified by #UNESCO as an oral heritage of humanity. Guided historical visit: #Bahia Palace, #Badii Palace, #Saadian #Tombs, the #Koutoubia #Mosque, #Majorelle #Garden, #Souks.

Day 7: #Marrakech#Ourika #Valley#Marrakech

Spend your morning relaxing in the pool or shopping. Afternoon, explore the natural sights of the #Valley of #Ourika at the foot of the #Atlas #Mountains and discover the charm of a #Berber #village. Garden bloom among green terraced fields, villages are filled with ocher stone houses, and the clear water of the #Ourika River trickles by.

Day 8: Airport transfer

According to your flight’s departure either to #Casablanca or #Marrakech airport.

End of your amazing 8 days, #Imperial cities tour from #Casablanca

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Imperial #cities tour from #Casablanca

Explore #Morocco’s stunning imperial cities on a 8 days morocco imperial cities tours from #Casablanca, and experience the country’s most striking landscapes, architecture and traditional cultures. Walk through millennia-old ruins and discover #Morocco’s historic capitals; visit Fez’s imposing monuments, then immerse yourself in the thriving life of the medieval medina. Bask in the bustle of the #Jemaa el Fna square, step into royal palaces, and slip through ancient tombs and vivid gardens. End your trip in #Casablanca, where historic souks about modern streets, and well-used cannons still line the weathered seawall.

Highlights

Family friendly
Ideal choice for families
Get inside tips from a local
Small group ensures personal service
8 days morocco’s imperial cities tours from #Casablanca
Day 1: Welcoming in Casablanca airport

Pick-up from airport and transfer to your hotel.

Day 2: #Casablanca#Rabat

After having breakfast visit Hassan II Mosque, the Corniche, Mohammed V place, United Nations place, law court, the prefecture, central post office than departure for #Rabat, arrival and historical guided visit: Kingdom #Palace, Mausoleum of Mohammed V the grandfather and father of the present king are buried here, Hassan #Mosque, a wonder of the medieval Moorish world with its great minaret left unfinished when its founder died in 1199 the Chellah necropolis, #Kasbah #Oudaya.

Day 3: Rabat – Meknes – Volubilis – Fez

After breakfast, departure to Meknès, the 16th century capital whose ruler, Moulay Ismail, modeled himself on France’s ‘Sun King’, Louis XIV: historical guided visit of Meknès, and The Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city was built with 20 gates, more than 50 palaces and 15 miles of surrounding walls. Following lunch, stop at the remarkable Roman ruins of Volubilis, with its mosaics and temples. Night in Fez

Day 4: #Fez#guided visit of #Medina

All day devoted for visiting Fez, the oldest of the imperial cities, home to the world’s first university dating from the 9th century and one of the most complete medieval cities in existence, founded in 790 A.D. Seeming to exist somewhere between the Middle Ages and today, the Soul of Morocco stimulates the senses with its visual details, haunting sounds and rich aromas. Guided visit of medieval Medina, Quaraouine University, Medersa Attarine, Kingdom Palace, Ben Denane synagogue, souks.

Day 5: Fez – #Beni Mellal – #Marrakech

Depart after breakfast for #Marrakech across the Middle Atlas #Mountains, stopping in Beni-Mellal, the largest town in the Middle Atlas, for lunch. Giant cedar forests, volcanic #mountains, strings of lakes and plains producing #oranges, #olives and sugar cane line the road. Along the way, visit #Ifrane, a ski resort full of #Alpine chalets with red-tiled roofs.

Day 6: #Marrakech#Guided city tour

Surrounded by almost intact medieval walls little has changed and in the central square Jemaa el Fna is one of the world’s greatest spectacles, which is classified by #UNESCO as an oral heritage of humanity. Guided historical visit: #Bahia Palace, #Badii Palace, #Saadian Tombs, the #Koutoubia Mosque, Majorelle Garden, Souks.

Day 7: #Marrakech#Ourika Valley – #Marrakech

Spend your morning relaxing in the pool or shopping. Afternoon, explore the natural sights of the Valley of #Ourika at the foot of the #Atlas #Mountains and discover the charm of a #Berber #village. Garden bloom among green terraced fields, #villages are filled with ocher stone houses, and the clear water of the #Ourika River trickles by.

Day 8: Airport transfer

According to your flight’s departure either to #Casablanca or #Marrakech airport.

End of your amazing 8 days, #Imperial cities tour from #Casablanca

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MOROCCAN SOUKS

#Moroccan souks..Never understand what you might find in the souk. From Art Deco gems in Marrakesh’s collectibles market to a 1950s food processor in #Casablanca’s junk market, a fascinating array of items washes up in these bastions of the unexpected. Weekly markets, to which farmers and their families flock, are awash with livestock, fruits, vegetables, spices, and nuts, as well as scented oils, repurposed paint-can buckets, and all manner of animal feed. Next to the baked-clay crockery and fluorescent-pink and green popcorn, the apothecary stalls dispense dried chameleons, split rocks with fossils inside, and fragments of meteorite. Look more sport some antique Berber jewelry wedding blanket. Moroccan markets, souks, and bazaars buzz with life.
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