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Tour Details

High Atlas, palm groves, oases and desert are at the rendezvous for this 5-day circuit in the south combining exceptional natural landscapes including the beautiful dunes of Chegagga, the sea of sand, and other places of culture, such as the village of Taliouine, the No. 1 producer of Safran in Morocco or that of Tazenakht known for the manufacture of its Berber carpets. In this tour, we will drive through the Tizi n’Test, a magnificent road that leads to the pass of the same name with its breathtaking view of the Souss plain, while further on, we should not miss a stop at Tinmel, a mosque built in the Almohad period: a plunge into the history of a dynasty to whom we owe the rise of Marrakech.

Circuit only in 4X4

Departure & Return Location

John F.K. International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Air fares
  • 3 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
What to Expect

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Itinerary

Day 1Marrakech - Telouet - Ouarzazate

Departure from Marrakech in the morning via the Tizi n’Tichka pass and its Berber villages clinging to the hillside. Visit of the Kasbah of Telouet then old track of the Ounila valley until Aït Benhaddou, Kasbah dating from the 11th century classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Continue to the Oasis Fint, a magnificent green setting lost in a no man’s land of rocks and conifers. Walk in the Oasis and its typical Berber villages still protected from mass tourism. Return to Ouarzazate. Dinner and overnight (Nature lovers? accommodation in Oasis Fint possible rather than in Ouarzazate).

Day 2Ouarzazate - Draa Valley - Zagora

Departure at 08h00 direction Zagora by the pass of Tizi n’Tiniffift and its semi lunar landscapes. In Agdz, detour to join the track to Rabat / Aslim (former kasbah of Agdz) Taliouine, dotted with pretty adobe villages at the foot of Mount Kissan. Stop in Tamnougalt for a visit of its famous kasbah dating from the 16th century and short walk in the palm grove of Mezguita if the weather permits. Continue to Afra, Tamdakht by the tracks of the Draa Valley along the wadi of the same name, a succession of adobe villages and lush oases to Timsla to recover the national. Arrival in Zagora. Departure in camel trekking (about 2 hours), sunset, meal and night in bivouac in the dunes at Nekhla or accommodation in a kasbah.

Day 3Zagora - Tamgroute - Mhamid - Chegagga

Return by camel ride to the vehicles (if bivouac option). A few kilometers from Zagora, stop at Tamgrout, the underground city and its potters known for the manufacture of the famous green ceramics. Visit also the Koranic library holding the oldest copy of the Koran written on gazelle skin. After crossing the pre-Saharan provinces, past the dune of Tinfou, a natural formation resulting from a fault in the mountains, continue towards M’Hamid, the last town once a stopover for caravanners and today, the end of the tarred road before plunging into the Sahara. Tracks direction the sacred oasis for a stop before reaching the dunes of Chegagga (the sea of sand) Sunset, dinner and overnight in bivouac.

Day 4Chegagga - Foum Zguid - Taliouine

After sunrise, departure by Lake Iriqui to Foum Zguid, a vast oasis surrounded by pre-desert landscapes with sandy soil and arid vegetation. From time to time we will see nomads and camel caravans. Continuing to Tazenakht village known for the manufacture of Berber carpets by women and finally Taliouine, the first saffron producing town in Morocco. Visit of the cooperative and walk on the site to discover the Anti Atlas. Dinner and overnight on site.

Day 5Taliouine - Aoulouz - Tizi n'Test - Marrakech

Departure towards Aoulouz and crossing vast fields of almond and argan trees, characteristic of the Souss region. Then ascent of the pass of Tizi n test, one of the most impressive roads of Morocco. Stop at the pass for an exceptional view of the valley if the weather is clear then stop again for a visit to the Tinmel mosque, contemporary of the Koutoubia in Marrakech and departure of the Almohade movement in the 12th century. Arrival in Marrakech in late afternoon after passing through the villages of Ouirgane and Asni where we can stop. End of our services.

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