2 Day Desert tour from Ouarzazate to Merzouga and back
Day 01 : Ouarzazate – Dades Valley – Todra Gorges – Erfoud – Merzouga dunes :
Departure from your Riad headed to Merzouga Through the road of Thousand-Kasbah, we are to going Skoura palm grove and the city of roses, Kelâa M’gouna, Valley of Dades Todra Gorge to address a great place to walk and to explore its beauty .lunch in the restaurant, then continue to Erfoud: famous for its fossilized marble, where the workshop production of fossil marble .We headed Erg Chebbi sand dunes, which signify the beginning of the mighty Sahara Desert. Its here where a trip starts by a camel through the dunes of an overnight to reach a camp, where you will enjoy local food and an evening of entertainment under the shining stars and the moon with African music.
Day 02 : Merzouga dunes – Alnif – Tazarine – Daraa Valley – Ouarzazate :
Getting up early to watch the spectacle of sunrise and the color of the dunes changing, affected by the sun and the play of shadows are an awesome sight.Arriving to hotel for breakfast and shower. Then continue to Ouarzazate via Rissani, leave for a while to visit traditional Souk, which is considered the largest in southern Morocco, set off to the beautiful Draa valley with its huge number of palms. In the afternoon arrive to Ouarzazate and check in to hotel.
What is included in the Tour:
- Tour in 4×4, vehicle or minibus (with air-condition).
- Driver -guide , fuel.
- Hotel overnight stays (breakfast & dinner).
- Camel ride and 1 night in desert camp.
What is not included :
1 Day excursion from Ouarzazate to Skoura Oasis :
The palm grove of Skoura is about forty kilometers from Ouarzazate downstream of the Dades Valley to 1188 m altitude between Atlas, Anti-Atlas and the Dades Valley, famous for its olive and its oil. Foggaras bring water from the mountains to irrigate the palm offers the cool oasis, a maze of lush gardens in the shade of date palms, pomegranate, fig, almond, checkered cereal. Among the many kasbahs of the oasis, and those of Ben Ameridil ‘s worth a visit.