7 days Marrakech tour to Atlantic and desert Overview :
Day 1: Marrakech – Ait Ben Haddou – Ouarzazate – Agdez.
starting your 7 days Marrakech tour to Atlantic and desert from your hotel or Riad in Marrakech, we cross the High Atlas Mountains by the Tichka pass. We stop at several Kasbahs along the road including the Kasbah of Telouet. Today in ruins, after the flight of the last Pasha of the country, and after the departure of the French, she belonged to the Glaoui family, known as the Lord of the Atlas. We continue for Ait Ben Haddou along the valley of Ounila to discover the most famous Kasbah in Morocco. Stroll through the winding streets of the Atlas Mountains. Continue south to Agdez and the entrance to the Draa Valley.
Day 2: Agdez – Zagora – Lmhamid – Chegaga.
After breakfast, take the old caravan route, passing through the Saharan villages and gardens along the way. Do you live the local way of life while driving through the oasis? Continue to M’hamid, at the gateway to the Sahara Desert, stopping in spectacular Erg Lihoudi dunes for lunch. Camel ride through the sands of the flaming desert, then continue by 4×4 through Cheggaga dunes, continue our route away from civilization, you are now in the desert, where the silence and the vast expanse of sand are overwhelming. Spend the night in a nomad tent, experience desert life for yourself.
Day 3: Cheggaga – Taznakhte – Taliouine – Taroudant.
Cross the Sahara above the stony desert and dry Lake Iriqui. Once you reach the edge of the desert at Foum Zguid, turn north to Taznakht, famous for its Berber rugs. Continue to Taliouine, in the heart of the saffron culture region of Morocco, stop for lunch before continuing to Taroudant for a night in a Riad or Hotel.end of the 3d day of your 7 days Marrakech tour .
Day 4: Taroudant – Agadir – Taghazout – Essaouira.
This morning, you can explore the small town of Taroudant, known as the “little Marrakech” for its ramparts and the medina. Continue along the Souss River Valley passing through the argan forest that supplies the essential argan oil industry. From Agadir, the road climbs along the Paradis Valley coast, passing through the fishing village of Taghazout, with the mountains as a constant backdrop. On arrival in Essaouira, explore the city and the medina, at your own pace, and soak up the relaxed atmosphere in the bohemian shops and cafes. Walk along the waterfront, lined with fresh fish restaurants and whipped by the wild Atlantic Ocean.
Day 5: Essaouira – Marrakech.
Enjoy the free time in the morning to walk Essaouira picked up last-minute memories. Then transfer to Marrakech in the afternoon.
Day 6: Marrakech City Tour Day.
on the 6th day of your 7 days Marrakech tour , Sumptuous and haunting, Marrakech stands like a mirage at the foot of the snowy peaks of the High Atlas. Surrounded by red and ocher walls, it is nicknamed the “red city”. Prestigious Marrakech has given its name to the Kingdom of Morocco. Koutoubia: external visit of one of the largest mosques of the Muslim East, and perhaps the most beautiful in its harmonious unity.
The Bahia Palace: Built in the end Emme 14th century surrounded by a garden of 8 hectares, it shelters a disordered succession of luxurious secret apartments open on patios. Saadian Tombs: Several mausoleums were built in the 18th century to house the remains of thirteen sovereigns of the Sade dynasty. The beautiful souks of Marrakech: tight in the heart of Marrakech, the traditional economic turbulence of life, where everything is hidden and yet everything is seen. Chance of the streets of the Medina, artisans and more artists are installed by corporations: jewelers, dyers, blacksmiths, carpenters … The fascinating Djemaa El-Fna: Where intense animation, a theater full of dancers, snake charmers, teeth pullers, monkey showers, acrobats … It’s really a permanent show.
Day 7: Departure.
en off your 7 days Marrakech tour . Maa salama !
7 days Marrakech tour : The the7-day/ 6-night private tour to Merzouga Desert from Marrakech is the best way to go back in time and explore the country’s rich history.