8 days Journey starting /ending in Marrakech
Day 01: Arrival in Marrakech
Depends on your arrival time at Marrakech airport, our driver guide will be waiting for you then transfer to your riad in the Medina. You’ll have a chance to relax on this day prior to our welcome dinner. Overnight in your Riad/Hotel.
Day 02: Marrakech - Ait Benhaddou - Rose Valley - Dades valley
You will start your journey southward to Dades valley via Tizi n’Tichka pass. you will visit the Berber village of Ait BenHaddou, it was established in the 11th century, its position on the main Marrakech to the sahara route, meant it was an ideal stop off for traders taking salt across the desert and returning with goods such as gold and ivory. After lunch you will continue to Dades valley through the rose valley. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.
Day 03: Dades valley - Todra gorges - Sahara Desert
Depart in the morning to Sahara desert via Todra gorges, where you will take a walk to exploring this magnificent and narrow gorges. After lunch, continue to Erfoud city for a visit to a local fossil craft workshop. Continuing to the fascinating dunes of Erg Chebbi. Where you will ride camels attending the sunset and spend the evening in a desert camp, enjoy a Moroccan dinner, listen to Berber music, you can join by drumming and dancing. Overnight in a private tent.
Day 04: Merzouga – Khamlia – Rissani - Merzouga
Wake-up to a spectacular sunrise in the desert, have breakfast in the camp then you will start an amazing trip alongside the dunes while passing by the oasis, visit Khamlia village to listen Gnaoua musicians, then short drive will take you to Rissani to experience the authentic local market, lunch in Rissani and return to Merzouga. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 05: Merzouga desert – Draa valley - Ouarzazate
Today we will travel to Ouarzazate via Drâa Valley and Agdz. After lunch we will continue through the Anti Atlas Mountains. Overnight in Ouarzazate.
Day 06: Ouarzazate - Marrakech
Enjoy breakfast and continue the journey back to Marrakech via Tizi n’Tichka pass over the High Atlas Mountains, lunch along the way, arrive in Marrakech early evening.
Day 07: Explore Marrakech
Today you will have a guided tour of Marrakech Medina including: Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Minaret, The Medina and Souks. In the afternoon we will visit the dynamic Djemaa el fna square where you will get to see the famous snake charmers, singers, acrobats, dancers and storytellers that frequent the area. Overnight at the same riad.
Day 08: Marrakech (airport transfer)
After breakfast at the riad, transfer to airport depends on your flight departure time.
- Transportation in a comfortable A/C vehicle.
- Experienced English speaking driver guide or a driver and English speaking tour guide.
- Entrance fees.
- Half board accommodation all the tour in nice Moroccan Riads (dinner, bed and breakfast).
- Local guide in Marrakech.
- Camel ride and overnight stay in a desert camp.
- Visits to local women cooperatives and workshops.
Lunches, drinks, alcohol, gratuities and travel insurance.
Travel insurance is required
$1,210 US per person based on twin share
Single supplement is $160 US Dollars.
Minimum 4 participants.
$ 1,095 if paid by check or Zelle
Deposit - $500
Deposit is Non-Refundable
Travel Insurance is required for this tour. You will be asked to provide your Travel insurance information after your booking is confirmed. It must cover cancellations, medical expenses, evacuations, flight loss or delays and 24/7 assistance.
As much as we want for this trip to go exactly as planned, we can't predicted complications that may arise; due to inclement weather and/or closures due to uncontrollable circumstances like Covid-19. We will do our very best to make onsite scheduling adjustments as needed, but please note that all listed and intended activities are weather permitting. No refunds will be given if an activity has to be pulled. Additionally, the tour is listed as a package, and no price adjustments will be given if someone wants to "opt-out" of an included activity
Not liable to any losses, damages, accidents, injuries, death, or sickness during your trip. The same applies to any changes in trip schedule due to weather, strikes, or any other force majeure. Service providers reserve the right to change routes, schedules, and itineraries if needed because of weather, road conditions or should the necessity arise because of unforeseen reasons or circumstances.