Moroccan Sahara Discovery Tour Morocco

Traverse the mesmerizing landscapes of the Sahara Desert, where golden dunes stretch as far as the eye can see. Delve into the heart of Berber culture with visits to traditional villages, savoring authentic cuisine, and experiencing warm hospitality along the way. Marvel at the starlit skies during a magical night in a desert camp, complete with Berber music around a crackling bonfire. This immersive adventure promises unforgettable memories and a deep connection to Morocco's rich heritage and natural beauty.

Moroccan Sahara Discovery Tour Deluxe Camp & Riads

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Tour Info

DestinationMorocco, Marrakesh...
Hotel5 stars

Tour Features

Private transportation with a driver is available for airport trips.
All breakfasts, lunches, and dinners will be served as listed.
Hand-picked, top-notch boutique riads
A tour of Marrakesh with a guide
Village trips, walks, and meeting people from the area are all enjoyable activities.
A deluxe camp in the Sahara Desert
We offer customized pre-departure packets and our committed, one-on-one help.

From $3279

Tailored pre-departure packages and our dedicated, personalized support
Add-on activities include cooking classes, food tours, and excursions to Chefchaouen, the Atlas Mountains, and Essaouira. We do not include flights, insurance, tips, monument fees, and beverages

Arrive in Marrakesh (or Casablanca) on the first day.

Dinner and a ride to the airportWe will pick you up at the airport in Marrakesh and take you to your riad, a lovely hotel in the old medina. Today is your day to rest and take it easy. Jemaa el-Fnaa, the center of Marrakesh life, is a great place to start your explorations.

Day 2: Go on a guided tour of Marrakesh.

Private tour with a guide, breakfast and lunchYou have a private tour of Marrakesh today with a guide. The tour lasts from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and includes lunch. You can talk to him about the places you want to see most now that you know more about them after reading our Marrakesh travel guide. You should give your guide some freedom so that they can show you the best of the Red City and give you lots of memories to take home with you.

Day 3: Ait Ben Haddou to Ouarzazate and back via Skoura (5 hours of travel), breakfast, and dinner.

At 9 a.m., you leave Marrakesh to start your tour of the Morocco Desert in the south. The Tizi n’Tichka Pass, which is a gem of a road building and stands 2260 meters above sea level, will take you through the Atlas Mountains. Before the French constructed the road in 1936, camel trains used a path as the only means of crossing the High Atlas. The road’s winding path shows how hard that would have been. Along the way, you’ll stop for lunch and have the chance to see the World Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou, a beautiful red-mud and straw town that has been the setting for many Hollywood movies and the last few scenes of the third season of the hit TV show A Game of Thrones. Ouarzazate is also a great place to visit. The wealthy Glaoui family, who made a lot of money by charging camel caravans traveling between Marrakesh and Timbuktu, once owned the beautiful Kasbah Taourirt.

Day 4: Travel to Tinjedad through the Sahara Desert (6 hours), breakfast, and dinner.

Next, you’ll go to the beautiful Dades Valley, where you can see the area’s amazing rock formations and Berber towns. After that, you’ll keep going through Tinjedad, where you should stop for lunch at a Berber culture museum. After that, we’ll go to Merzouga, which is where the golden dunes start. You can store your bags at this hotel on the edge of the dunes while you pack an overnight bag to bring with you. After getting to know the camels for a short time, you’ll be off on an hour-long hike through the desert to your tent camp. You can ride your chosen camel or walk next to it at a steady pace. At night, they eat outside under the stars and then sleep soundly in a Bedouin-style camp.

Day 5: Explore the Sahara Desert (4×4)Get there (3 hours), eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

You’ll get up with the sun this morning to see what we hope is a beautiful sunrise over the dunes. That’s why our trips to the Moroccan desert are so important: to do things like this. First, you’ll have breakfast. Then, you can take a quick shower and get in your 4×4 to start exploring the area. From an outpost for the military to a remote town where you can enjoy a lunch made by the locals, Then, before returning to Merzouga, you’ll have the opportunity to meet a family who lives on the road. You’ll have the afternoon to rest before dinner tonight.

Day 6: Breakfast, dinner, and a six-hour ride from Alnif to the Draa Valley on Agdz.

Today, you take a different route back to Agdz, passing through Alnif. This gives you a taste of the Draa Valley. Agdz, whose name means “resting place,” is on the old caravan path that ran from Marrakech to Timbuktu.

day 7: Return to Marrakesh by bus (6 hours);

breakfast As you head back to Marrakesh today, you’ll see the Tizi N. Tichka Pass and the High Atlas Mountains from the other direction. You’ll have the evening to look around Marrakesh’s souks, smell the spices, and see the sights. It would be nice to have a special dinner tonight before you leave tomorrow.

Day 8: Depart from the airport in Marrakesh (or Casablanca).

You are leaving Morocco today, and we hope you had a great trip with our group.

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