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This is a magical trip that combines the Moroccan desert and the magical Atlantic Ocean. During this adventure, you will discover the old Berber culture and the nomads’ lifestyle. You will literally have a look into the past and feel and smell what a simple and virgin culture is like.

You will fall in love with the food, the people, the simplicity, and the friendly behavior.

The dry desert landscape will be transformed into beautiful beaches, stunning landscapes, and warm weather all year round. Have a look at the detailed itinerary for more information.



Day 1: Departure

depart from Marrakech: visits Telouat Kasbah Ait Benhaddou, Ouarzazate

Kasbah Telouet is our first cultural visit after a drive of two hours driving through the pass of the Atlas mountain heights. The landscape changes along the way, and we’ll make stops for pictures and to take in the views from the panoramic views before arriving at Kasbah Telouet.

Later, we’ll arrive at the famous kasbah Ait ben hadou (fortress), a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After passing by ouarzazat, we’ll arrive at Skoura village which contains one of the Kasbahs in Morocco.

You’ll have an opportunity to walk around the palmary and see the old Kasbah before spending the night in a hotel.


Day 2

Skoura to Merzouga

Start your journey through valleys, villages and ancient castles. It has a street called 1000 Kasbah. Discover the diversity of landscapes and Berber cultures on the way, passing Kalaat Magouna, Boulmane Dadis and visiting the Todra Gorge, from where we leave the road to our destination Sahara, stopping at Tenjidad for lunch or refreshments as needed. After our lunch break, we continue our journey south, stopping to visit an ancient interconnected aqueduct (Al Katara).

After that, we continue through Erfoud , Desert Gate and Fusil LAND. Optional visit to the Fusil workshop where handicrafts are made. For everyday use or decorative purposes. Whether we stop or not, we continue to the desert land of Merzouga. Take a car break, then ride a camel to base camp, watch the sunset, photograph the dunes of the Sahara desert landscape, get there, put your luggage in the tent, and have free time before dinner in the Sahara desert. After dinner, people gathered around the fire pit and the base camp team began to sing Berber songs on their instruments.

Overnight in a cozy tent.


Day 3

Merzouga to Agdz

After seeing the sunrise in the morning, we had breakfast as soon as we were ready. Once done, we’ll pack up and leave camp around 10:00am. We start our journey to Agdz, a Berber village located in the Dara valley.

On the way we passed the southern ancient city of Rissani, then we swept the road to ALnif, Tazarin and Ankoub. We drive through flat desert country and Anti-Atlas hillsides and villages, stopping on the way for refreshments or photos and lunch if needed.

We arrive at Agdz in Daraa Palmary and find the hotel where we will spend the night. After rest and shower, we will take a walk to explore the area and interact with some of the local Berbers. This is beyond everyone’s expectations.

Overnight in Agdz, Dinner at your accommodation as well the breakfast


Day 4

Agdz to Agadir

We’ll start our day driving south and crossing the Anti-Atlas mountains. We’ll pass by Tasnakhat, known for its beautiful carpets, Taleouin (where the best saffron in Morocco is cultivated), and Taroudant city. The stops along the way are optional, depending on what you’re interested in seeing.

We’ll arrive in Agadir city in the afternoon, which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean. You’ll have some free time in the evening to explore on your own. We’ll spend the night in Agadir at a hotel.


Day 5

Agadir to Essaouira

The journey starts at 10 in the morning as we take in the fantastic views of the Atlantic Ocean. We’ll ride through the Argan trees forest until we reach Essaouira.
On the way there, we’ll pass by a fisher’s village that would make for a perfect spot to have a picnic. It’s called Tafadna beach and it’s before Essaouira. If not, we’ll head to the blue city where you’ll spend your 5th night. After you arrive at your hotel, you’ll have some free time to explore the city.
You’ll spend the night at a hotel in Essaouira.


Day 6:


At midday, we’ll set off from the blue city and make our way to red city Marrakesh.

The journey will take approximately 2 and a half hours. You’ll arrive in Marrakesh city at the end of the six day travel tour.