7DAYS MARRAKECH DESERT TOUR DESCRIPTION :
this 7 Days Morocco Tour from Marrakech is for those who wish to explore Morocco in 1 week
Key Details of this7 Days Desert Tour From Marrakech
- Duration – 7 Days 6 and Nights
- Skip the Lines
- Instant Confirmation
- Available – Fill Booking Form to Reserve
- Live Guide (optional )
- Departure Location From Marrakech Airport or Accommodation.
What You’ll Do in 7 Days Morocco Tour From Marrakech
- Enjoy Marrakech, Atlas Mountains, Valleys, and golden dunes of the Desert in 7 Days.
- Ait Benhaddou World heritage Sightseeing
- Morocco Sahara Desert Sightseeing – Camel Ride, luxury Desert Camp.
- Let an experienced tour guide explain the glorious culture of these cities.
- private Transportation on your whole tour.
Itinerary of the 7days Marrakech desert tour :
Day 1: Marrakech - Ait Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate - Agdez.
Departure from your Marrakech hotel or Riad. The Tichka pass allows you to cross the High Atlas Mountains. Along the way, stop at many Kasbahs, including the Kasbah of Telouet. She belonged to the Glaoui family, revered as the Lord of the Atlas, and was now in ruins after the flight of the country's last Pasha and the departure of the French. Continue on to Ait Ben Haddou through the Ounila Valley to see Morocco's most popular Kasbah. Take a stroll through the Atlas Mountains' winding streets. Continue south to Agdez and the Draa Valley's entrance.
Day 2: Agdez - Zagora - Lmhamid - Chegaga.
Along the way, you'll pass through villages and gardens. Continue to M'hamid, the entrance to the Sahara Desert, stopping for lunch in the stunning Erg Lihoudi dunes. Camel travel through the blazing desert sands, then 4x4 through the Cheggaga dunes, continuing our path away from civilization, you've arrived in the desert, where the quiet and vast expanses of sand are daunting. Spend the night in a nomad tent, experience desert life for yourself.
Day 3: Cheggaga - Taznakhte - Taliouine - Taroudant.
Above the stony desert and dry Lake Iriqui, cross the Sahara. Switch north to Taznakht, which is known for its Berber rugs, once you hit the edge of the desert at Foum Zguid. Continue to Taliouine, which is located in the heart of Morocco's saffron culture area, for lunch before continuing to Taroudant for a night in a Riad or Hotel.
Day 4: Taroudant - Agadir - Taghazoute - Essaouira.
This morning, you can visit Taroudant, a small town known as "little Marrakech" because of its ramparts and medina. Continue along the Souss River Valley, passing through the important argan oil industry's argan forest. The road climbs from Agadir along the coast of the Paradis Valley, passing through Taghazout, a fishing village, with the mountains as a constant backdrop. When you arrive in Essaouira, take your time to explore the city and the medina, and relax in the bohemian shops and cafes. Take a stroll along the waterfront, which is lined with new seafood restaurants and blasted by the Atlantic Ocean.
Day 5: Essaouira - Marrakech.
Enjoy the morning free time to stroll around Essaouira and collect last-minute memories. Then, in the afternoon, head to Marrakech.
Day 6: Marrakech City Tour Day.
Marrakech, sumptuous and beautiful, appears as a mirage at the foot of the snow-capped peaks of the High Atlas. It is known as the "red city" because of its red and ocher walls. The Kingdom of Morocco is named after the prestigious city of Marrakech. Koutoubia: an outside look at one of the Muslim East's biggest mosques, and perhaps the most beautiful in its harmonious unity. The Bahia Palace was built at the end of the 14th century and is surrounded by an 8-hectare garden. It houses a disorganized series of lavish secret apartments with patios. Saadian Tombs: In the 18th century, several mausoleums were constructed to house the remains of thirteen sovereigns of the Sade dynasty.Marrakech's stunning souks: tucked away in the heart of the city, the typical economic turbulence of life, where everything is secret but also visible. Chance of the Medina's avenues, artisans, and more artists are built by corporations: jewelers, dyers, blacksmiths, carpenters, and others ...Djemaa El-Fna is a fascinating place where intense animation, a theater full of dancers, snake charmers, teeth pullers, monkey baths, acrobats... It's a performance that will go on indefinitely.
Day 7: Departure.
After breakfast, you'll head to the airport to catch your flight home. Bislama!
Included in the tour :
- * Airport transfers;
- * Safe and comfortable air-conditioned vehicle;
- * English speaking professional driver/guide;
- * 6 nights accommodation in a double/twin room with breakfast;
- * (2) Dinner in the Sahara and Valley;
- * Camel trek in the desert;
Not included in 7 days Marrakech tour :
- * Airfare;
- * Travel Insurance;
- * Lunch and beverages which can be purchased locally;
- * Dinner unless otherwise indicated;
- * Gratuities (driver/guide, city guides, servers etc).