4 Days tour to M’harech

Lingua Arabic, English, French, Spanish
Prezzo 152 USD per escursione
Numero di partecipanti Qualsiasi numero di persone
Durata 4 giorni

Day 1: Ouarzazate – Draa Valley – Zagora

After breakfast, drive to Agdez through the Anti-Atlas (with an altitude of 1660m) then continue to Zagora through the Draa Valley with its palm processions through many typical Berber villages before reaching Zagora where we will have lunch. In the afternoon, we visit an old Koranic library, the pottery craftsmen and dunes of Tinfou to see the sunset before returning to Zagora for dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 2: Zagora – M’harech

After breakfast, we continue our journey along the road of the Paris-Dakar, M’harech leading to the village where we stop for lunch before going through the pass of Tizi-N-Tifilalet, the hamadas and desert plateau that runs along the border with Algeria. Dinner and overnight in a simple but acceptable inn.

Day 3: M’harech – Ramlia – Ouzina – Taouz – Khamlia – Merzouga

After breakfast, we leave to the sand Oued Ghris, passing through the villages that are lost in the desert and Ouzina Ramlia (lunch on the way). Then we will go for it rock engravings Taouz with the village called Khamlia Gnawa before following the path of the amazing dunes of Erg Chebbi in Merzouga.

we will change our vehicle for camels to admire the sunset and spend the night among the dunes. Dinner and overnight at bivouac tents.

Day 4: Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Tinghir – Todra gorges – Boumalne – Kalaat Mgouna – Skoura – Ouarzazate.

We get up early in the morning to see the sunrise behind the dunes before returning camel for breakfast. Our tour continues through the huge palm grove of Tafilalet going through the city of Rissani (ancient capital of the Alawite sultans and the big souk of the south) passing the town of Erfoud to take the road of Todra Gorges where we have lunch. Then we will go through the palm groves Tinjdad via Boumalne and Skoura Kalaat M’gouna including a visit to the kasbah of Amredhyle before driving to Ouarzazate where our journey ends.

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