|1||City of origin-Morocco||-||Hotel|
|3||Taroudant-Parco de Sous Massa-Sidi Ifni||-||Hotel|
|6||Erg-chegaga - Dakar-Oasi Ramlia Rally tracks||-||Hotel|
|7||Oasi Ramlia-Gran Erg Chebbi-Tent in the desert||-||Haima|
|10||Morocco-Registered city of origin||-||No|
- Transfer from the airport
- 4×4 vehicles (4 to 5 people in one vehicle)
- Guide to visit the medina of Morocco
- Dromedary (1 per person)
- Meals and lodging shown in the table.
- Entrance tickets
- Travel Insurance
- Everything that is not included in the program.
City of origin-Morocco
Reception at the Moroccan airport and transfer to the hotel located in Jamaa el Fna.
After breakfast we will head south towards Taroudant, a town known as the little Marrakech.
On the way we will visit some Berber villages and make a detour to Imlil, at the foot of Jebel Toubkal, the mountain that with its 4,180 meters, is the highest in the country.
Crossing valleys full of vegetation and mountains overlooking the southern plains you reach Taroudant, located 223 km southwest of Marrakech. The area is known for its olive oil, wooden boxes, cutlery and carpets.
Hotel accommodation, dinner and overnight.
Taroudant-Parque de Sous Masa-Sidi Ifni
After breakfast, we will visit Taroudant with its imposing walls and colorful souk. We will continue visiting the Massa National Park and the small Ethnographic Museum where you can see a sample of the flora and fauna of the area.
Afterwards, we will take a Jeep along the Park’s dirt roads to admire the white oriezes, ostriches and other animals of the area.
We will end with a visit to the mouth of the river Massa, where it is sometimes possible to meet pink flamingos.
The park has a diverse coastline, ranging from endless sandy beaches to cliffs, from harmonious coves to caves where fishermen live.
We will continue through Sidi Ifni, a city located at the gateway to the Great South.
Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight.
The morning will be dedicated to discovering the Atlantic coast. We will arrive at the city of Sidi Ifni, a city founded by the Spaniards in 1476 that became the capital of the former Spanish colony of Western Sahara.
We will continue to the beach of Legzira, famous for its rock formations. The rock arch is a wonder created by nature. Then we will move through a track that runs along the coast between the sea, sand and rocks.
In the afternoon we will return to the city and after seeing Guelmin Tafraoute, dinner and overnight at the hotel.
After breakfast, we will head towards Tata, crossing the “Valle Encantado” (Enchanted Valley); a deep canyon where the passage of time has not changed the medieval aspect of the villages. The road crosses rocky walls in an almost unreal atmosphere.
Then we will make a long journey in which we will cross one of the most impressive desert areas of Morocco. In Foum Zguid, begins the track that crosses stretches of stones and sand that crosses the Draa and L’erg el M’Hazil to end in Chgaga, a village near the desert.
Arrival at our camp, dinner and accommodation.
Erg-chgaga – Tracks Dakar Rally – Oasis Ramlia
We will visit one of the tracks used in the Paris-Dakar Rally.
We will spend the whole day in the desert until we reach the Ramlia Oasis. Dinner in a hotel located in the middle of the desert.
Oasi Ramlia – Gran Erg Chebbi – Tent in the middle of the Desert
We will continue along the Paris-Dakar rally route, crossing very beautiful desert landscapes. We will cross a track that will take us to Grand Erg Chebi.
We will leave the 4×4 to go with the camels that will take us to the heart of the desert. There we will admire an unforgettable sunset.
Dinner and overnight in the desert in Haimas (Berber tent)
Merzouga-Rissani-Todghra and Dades Gorges
We will get up early to see the sunrise over the dunes of Merzouga, also known as Erg Chebbi’s “Gate of the Dunes”, where the horizon creates a beautiful landscape.
Climbing the dunes and watching the sunset and sunrise, are some experiences that will certainly not leave us indifferent.
After a good breakfast, we will head towards Rissani to visit its legendary market. Rissani is an important commercial center frequented by desert people. An old market where we will find craftsmen of the wood, sellers of cattle, merchants of spices … We will be able to see the curious Parking of Donkeys, where animals are kept and it is also a place of purchase and sale of them. In the center of Rissani is the Ksar AbouAm completely inhabited.
In the afternoon we will head towards Alnif. There begins the track of the Todra Gorges, near the town of Tinerhir, at the end of a valley of palm trees and adobe villages, surrounded by steep and barren mountains. They are one of Morocco’s most famous natural attractions: 300 metres long, one mile high.
From here we will go to the Dades Gorges. The Dades valley starts from the High Atlas and narrows to form gorges in which, according to the local population, there are about a thousand Kasbah hidden.
Dinner and overnight in a hotel in the Gorges.
Breakfast and departure to the Dades Gorges to see their gorges and canyons. Along the route we will pass through authentic Berber villages, such as Skoura and Boutaghar, located in the heart of the valley of the palm.
The Dades Gorge is a deep gorge of the Dades River, between the towns of Boumalne Dades and Msemrir. Along the valley you can find several towns whose nucleus is Boumalne Dades. The area is largely populated by members of different imazighen (Berber) tribes.
To the north of Boumalne, rock formations combined with the traditional architecture of Ksares. Adobe and kasbah seem to be born from the same rock and show a particular beauty.
Before reaching Boumalne, in the Tamlat gorge, the rocks take on curious forms due to wind erosion and are popularly known as “Monkey Fingers”.
In the afternoon we will continue along the path of the High Atlas Mountains to Marrakech, the city of the Thousand and One Nights.
Arrival at the hotel.
Morocco-City of origin
After breakfast, we will visit the famous Jamaa el Fna square and the entrance to the Medina.
Morocco, located in the south of the country, is one of the most important cities. It possesses numerous monuments declared World Heritage that make it the country’s main tourist attraction. Morocco, the pink city by the color of its buildings, the predominant colors in the environment, is at the foot of Atlas. In 2001, UNESCO declared the oral square Djemaa el Fna as a World Heritage Site.
In the distance, looking at the scene of the square, you can see the oldest monument of the Almohad city, the Katubia. In the north of the square Djemaa el Fna is the souk, with each sector has the name of the main type of goods offered (clothing, spices, leather, slippers, carpets, wool, wood, ceramics, etc..) or the name of craft laboratories (dyers, carpenters, blacksmiths, etc..). The souk carpet is the area of the old slave market. Northeast is the tanners’ souk of the district, which stretches along Bab Debbagh Street. This street takes this name as it ends towards the door that bears the same name.
The Medina is the old town, protected by a cordon of red earth embankments enclosing a labyrinth of alleys and palaces, markets and mosques, domes and miranets. The Medina of Marrakech was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985 and is now one of the must-see sites. Morocco is the heart of the great Djemaa el Fna square.
At the agreed time, transfer to the airport and end of the trip.