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5 days from Marrakech to Nomadas and Valleys


A 5-days journey from Marrakech to Nomadas and Valleys. Have you ever envisioned embarking on an expedition to traverse the vast and mountainous terrains of Morocco? Envision navigating the rugged topography while riding a camel, journeying over the High Atlas Mountains, and setting up tent under the celestial expanse of the starry sky among the gilded sand dunes. This aspiration may be transformed into a tangible experience during a 5-day expedition from Marrakech to Nomadas and Valleys.

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5 days from Marrakech to Nomadas and Valleys Itinerary:

1st Day : Marrakech – Telouat Kasbah – Ait Ben Haddou – Ounila Valley – Ouarzazate

Our 5 days from Marrakech to Nomadas and Valleys will start with A private 4×4 car will pick you up from your Marrakech hotel at 8:30 am and drive you to Ouarzazate over the High Atlas highlands. Our path will lead us to Tizi Ntichka port, the highest point in our nation at 2.260m. While traveling, we will stop to snap photographs of Berber communities and enjoy stunning vistas from overlooks. Next, we’ll take a little road to Telouat Kasbah. Visitors to the kasbah will have opportunity to eat local cuisine in town. In the afternoon, continue through the Ounila valley, passing by berber villages and adobe houses, to reach the fortified village of Ait Ben Haddou, home to the UNESCO-designated Kasbah. This stage has hosted several famous film shoots, such as Gladiator, Obelix, The Mummy, The Jewel of the Nile, and Sahara starring Penélope Cruz. After viewing the kasbah, we will visit Ouarzazate, often known as “The gate of the desert”.Dinner at the hotel where we’ll stay overnight.

2nd Day : Ouarzazate – Draa Valley – Merzouga Desert – Camel ride and night in the Berber tent

Following breakfast, we will go to the Draa Valley, home to one of Morocco’s longest rivers. We pause to snap photographs of the roadside kasbahs and berber communities and the Draa valley. After a lunch break at Nkob or Alnif, we will drive to the Merzouga dunes after two hours. Powdery sand dunes desert. We will switch from motorized conveyance to animal traction to explore the desert. We stay in camel-hair tents like nomad families at the camp. Under the stars, dinner and night in the berber tent.

3rd Day : Merzouga Desert – Nomads Families – Tisardmin Oasis – Khamlia Village – Erg Chebbi

Complete a desert day with a “date with the sunrise.” Wake up early in the desert to see the best sunrise from a dune near the tent. Return to Merzouga on camels for a sumptuous meal. Skirt Erg Chebbi, a large sandy desert with Morocco’s 250-meter Big Dune. The old “Paris-Dakar” road terminates in the Agelia mountains. Visit Tissardmin oasis for fossil quarry and nomad dwellings. Enjoy a panoramic view of Erg Chebbi before visiting Kamilia Village for tea and a Gnawa spiritual music event. Transfer to your hotel and spend the afternoon exploring the town or dunes for sunset. Dinner and motel overnight.

4th Day : Merzouga Desert – Rissani Market – Erfoud Fossil’s – Todra Gorges – Dadés Valley

Leave the desert after breakfast to see Erfoud’s fossilized marble industry and Rissani market (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays). Continue to Touroug and Tinjdad palm plantations before reaching climber-friendly Todra Gorges. Enjoy lunch and a short stroll to see the scenery. Stop at “monkey legs.” at Boumalne Dadés to reach the Dadès valley in the afternoon. Dinner and sleep in Dadès Gorges Riad for the fourth day of 5 days from Marrakech to Nomadas and Valleys.

5th Day : Dadés Gorges – Roses Valley – Palm Groves of Skoura – High Atlas – Marrakech

Indulge in brunch and take in the breathtaking views of Dadès valley from a strategic vantage point in the highlands. Experience the beauty of the kasbahs that line the tourist route, such as the Skoura palm grove and the Roses Valley.

Visit the Kasbah of Taourirt in Ouarzazate, which was previously the residence of the Marrakech pasha. Additionally, there is an optional tour of the cinema studio and museum. After a meal in the city, we will return to Marrakech by way of the Tizi Ntichka mountain pass, where we will make several photo stops. Arrive in the city by 6 p.m. and conclude services.

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Important! This is a planned tour itinerary; if it does not meet your needs, please contact us. Based on your preferences and the length of your stay, we will develop a bespoke schedule. We provide bespoke Morocco excursions. As more individuals join the tour, the cost decreases. If the payment is fixed, transportation expenses will be proportional to the number of passengers. The standard of lodging affects its price. Please contact us for a quote.

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    FAQ about Marrakech desert tour

    Arabic serves as the designated language of communication; however, a prevalent Moroccan dialect known as Darjia is often used. French is prevalent as a result of historical connections, whereas certain regions may also have some Spanish presence.

    Overall, Morocco is considered to be a secure and politically stable country. Tourists should exercise caution over petty thievery, fraudulent schemes, and unwelcome advances, since they are the prevailing criminal activities.

    It is recommended to dress in a conservative manner, particularly for ladies. It is mandatory to wear clothing that covers the wrists and ankles while visiting mosques.

    The Moroccan Dirham (MAD) serves as the official currency of Morocco. It is advisable to have cash for smaller markets and taxis, since they could not take credit cards.

    Spring, which occurs from March to May, and autumn, which occurs from September to November, are optimal seasons characterized by agreeable weather conditions.

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