6 Days from Marrakech to Merzouga

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Morocco has been the most visited nation in North Africa in recent years, and it is one of the safest countries in the world, with over 10 million tourists in the past few years. Generally seen as a secure destination and the terrorist attacks are thankfully rare in Morocco compared to France, Belgium, and the UK. As a traveler, you are unlikely to be assaulted or seriously hurt because there is a low level of crime, and the Moroccan government has raised infrastructure investment and security measures to attract more visitors and provide more security

There is really no time of year when you wouldn’t enjoy your trip to Morocco; although you should keep in mind that it tends to get a little too crowded with tourists during the winter holidays season. Then it’s up to you to decide what season suits you the best to come to visit, according to your schedule and preferences. The weather in Morocco is more on the mild side during Spring and Autumn (from March to May and from September to November respectively).

For these reasons, the temperatures could be ranging anywhere from 11° to 32°C. Winter usually lasts from December to February, with a relatively low-temperature range (7° to 21°C). You should also expect to see snowfall in Morocco’s mountainous regions. As for Summer (from June to August), temperatures can land anywhere between 19°C and 40°C in the middle of the day.

Yes! The tours our company offers are all completely private. This will allow experience Morocco the way YOU want to. In addition to that, you will of course be always welcome to request stops along the way during the tours, in order to take memorable photographs (or whatever other reason you want!).

In case you are interested in booking a group desert tour, please go ahead and contact us so as to make a suitable group tour for you.

If you can’t find the exact tour you are looking for withing our tours page, you may check the website’s map or contact us, and we will create a customized Moroccan tour.

The price for each individual person participating in the tours goes lower the more people there are in the group participating.

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6 days from Marrakech to Merzouga

Enjoy the benefits of the VIP treatment by booking a private 6 days from Marrakech to Merzouga. The best method for you to experience the South of Morocco is with your very own certified and accredited professional guide. You may take advantage of the wonders of Morocco with the help of our private day trips and activities. Enjoy your exploration!

The best 6 days from Marrakech to Merzouga will start at 8 am, and we leave Marrakech traveling to Ouarzazate. On our way, we go through the Atlas Mountains crossing the fascinating Tizi N’Tichka pass which is 2,260m over high over the High Atlas Mountains. During the journey, we will visit the Kasbah of Pacha Glaoui in Telouet traveling through several Berber villages until we reach Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. It is the largest one in Morocco, and it was built by Ethami El Gloui in the 18th century.

Many movies have been shot in this Kasbah such as Gladiator and The Kingdom of Heaven. When we arrive at Ouarzazate, where you will have dinner and spend the overnight at the hotel, we will visit Movies Studios.

Visiting Touarirt Kasbah is the first thing we do after having breakfast. The journey continues traveling through the Zagora mountains of the Anti Atlas through the breathtaking port of Tizi Tinifift which is 1600 high over Draa Valley. On our way, you will be able to enjoy seeing several Berber villages and Kasbahs from their interior. Before we reach Mharech Gorges where you will spend the overnight at a hotel, we will leave behind N’kob, Tarazine, and Alnif.  A large number of these areas are to be crossed during the Dakar Rally.

The third day of the trip continues alongside Dakar Vally’s track passing over the oasis and dunes of Ouzina, people solitary, and dry river beds. Before reaching  Erg Chebbi (the largest desert in Morocco) where we will have a Saharan Pizza for lunch with Berber, we will visit a few Berber villages on our way. Leaving the hotel with the required equipment, we will head to camp in the middle of the Sahara desert where will have dinner and spend the night.

On this day, you will watch the brilliant sunrise over the dunes in the early morning. After that, we will be going back to the hotel to have breakfast and a refreshing shower. The journey continues to explore the Erg Chebbi whose dunes’ altitude is more than 250m. We will cross the old track of the Dakar Rally.

On our journey, we will visit Tissardmin’s oasis before we observe the lifestyle of nomad people in their tents. Khamlia will be also visited. It is a village where Gnawa people, who have their roots in Mali, live. After having mint tea with one of the families and enjoying listening to the unique Gnawa music, we will go back to the hotel where we will have lunch. Your afternoon is free for a beautiful sunset and a stroll over the dunes. Dinner will be at the hotel where you will spend the night.

On the day number of your trip, you will visit Rissani (an Alouite dynast and the first imperial city in Morocco)  after having breakfast and a shower at the hotel. After exploring Rissani where the largest Souks (traditional markets), we will head to Erfoud where you will visit the interesting work-shops fossils before we reach the Palmeral of Tafilalet. Todra Gorges are the next place we visit before we arrive at Dades Valley where you will have dinner at the hotel.

We will travel through the Road of Thousand Kasbah after leaving Dades Valley. The tour proceeds to visit Kalaat M’Gouna which is also called the Valley of Roses. Skoura’s palm groves are where the well-known kasbah is located. After we finish visiting this area, the destination will be Marrakech. On the 6th day, the tour comes to an end when you are at your accommodation.

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