Marrakech Zagora desert 2 Days

Marrakech Zagora desert 2 Days

Marrakech Zagora desert 2 Days ideal to vist Draa Valley – Zagora


 Program: Marrakech Zagora desert 2 Days


Day 1: Marrakech – Ait Ben Haddou – Draa Valley – Zagora

We leave Marrakech on the Tizi-N-Tichka Pass (2,260 m), where you can spot the traditional Berber villages with their inhabitants working and chatting along the road. Shortly before the Ouarzazate of the desert, you can visit the famous Kasbah Aït-Ben-Haddou, the fortified clay city with its many ksars and kasbahs, where several famous films such as Gladiator, Kingdom …
After crossing the Anti-Atlas, you come to the green and peaceful valley of Draa, famous for its enormous groves of dates and henna fields.

Now it’s time for the desert! Zagora is the last town before the beginning of the true wilderness. Upon arrival, you will meet your camel driver and head towards the desert above your friendly camel as the sun sinks below the horizon. Just before dark, you will arrive at the camp of the Sahara desert where you can settle in your private tent. A traditional dinner is served and you can spend the night watching shooting stars or dancing around the campfire to the rhythm of desert drums.

Day 2: Zagora – Draa Valley – Ouarzazate – Marrakech

Today, you can get up early to enjoy the first rays of sunshine on the desert. Enjoy your breakfast in the camp and follow your camel back to Zagora.
Returning to the Draa Valley in the direction of Marrakech, we will stop in Ouarzazate for lunch and the trip to the Kasbah Taourirt or to the film museum. The city of Ouarzazate with its cinema studios hosts many international film productions. Then we head towards Marrakech.

End of your trip Marrakech Zagora desert 2 Days.

Included:
• Private tour with local guide (English / French)
• Transport in a comfortable 4×4 car incl. fuel
• Dinner and breakfast in the desert
• Camel trail to / from the camp (approximately 1 hour each way)
• Night in a traditional tent

Not included:
• Lunch, drinks
• local guides
• Tips for your guide