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Beautiful and Romantic Boutique Hotel in Marrakech

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MERZOUGA 3 Days

MERZOUGA
1st day : Marrakech / dades gorge

Depart Marrakech and travel over the Tizi n'Tichka Pass 2260 m while enjoying superb views of the High Atlas Mountains and of the Berber villages. You will visit the exotic Kasbah of Aït Benhaddou, One of the most impressive Kasbah in the South of Morocco, enjoy lunch. continuation toward Ouarzazate, then You will continue towards the El Kelaa M'gouna (Valley of the Roses), and the Dadès Valley (Valley of One Thousand Kasbahs) Situated between Djebel Saghro and massif of the high Atlas. Stay overnight in a hotel right by the Dadès Gorges and enjoy the evening with a Moroccan dinner.

2nd day : dades gorges / merzouga

After breakfast you will depart for Tinghir the Todra Gorges. One of the most beautiful landscapes in Morocco, rich in colours, You will be impressed by the height of gorges (300 m), The narrow valley is lined with palmery. enjoy lunch in the gorges. next you will continue toward Merzouga where you will camel trek (2h) into the beautiful Erg Chebbi Dunes. You will spend the evening in a bivouac (camp), enjoy a Moroccan dinner, and sleep in traditional Nomad camel hair tent.

3rd day : Merzouga / Ouarzazate

Wake-up to a spectacular sunrise over the dunes and enjoy breakfast. Bivouac trekkers will return by camel to merzouga. depart toward ouarzazate over the road of a thousand Kasbahs. enjoy lunch in the Kasbah and return to Marrakech via the Pass of Tizi n’Tichka.

Interest : Total travel is approximately 1200 km/. If more time is available in your schedule, we suggest the 4 day/3 night itinerary for a more enjoyable excursion. in this case: 3rd night in Ouarzazate:

4th days : Ouarzazate / Marrakesh:

Enjoy breakfast and continue the journey to the centre where you can visit the cinematography Atlas Studio, the cinema museum and Tourirt Kasbah. enjoy lunch. and return toward Marrakech via the Pass of Tizi n’Tichka over the High Atlas Mountains.