4 days tours from Marrakech to M’hamid and Chegaga
Marrakech zagora 4×4 desert tours
Day1: Marrakech – Ait Ben Haddou – Zagora
Today, we will drive from Marrakech to discover Tizi N’ Tichka pass (2260m altitude) and its many landscapes to Ait Ben Haddou, where stands the famous Kasbah, built by the last Berber chief El Glaoui Ethami (late 19th century). The Kasbah is recognized as a UNESCO matrimonial historical site since 1987, now a house of many Glaoui family members and where many movies are and still turned Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia, the mommy…). Lunch will in Ouarzazate. Afternoon, you will continue towards Zagora. We crossed the Atlas Mountains by the Tizi N’tanifeft pass (1660 m altitude). When you arrive at Agdez, you will take the track leading to the Kasbah Alkaid Ali in Tamnougale; Visit of the kasbah. Then you take the track across the Draa Valley to Zagora. Dinner and night will be at the hotel.
Day2: Zagora-Tamegroute – Mhamid
After breakfast, departure to Amezrou to visit the ancient kasbah of Jews and jewelry manufacturer. Then you continue to Tamegroute to visit green pottery making, the kasbah underground, and the Koranic library. Lunch will be at Oulad Driss where you will have camel trip to the dunes of Erg Lihoudi in M ‘Hamid. The sunset will on the dunes. The Dinner and night will be under nomad tent or under the stars.
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Day 3: M’hamid – Chegaga
After breakfast, you will take ride 4×4 on sandy track to reach the Oasis Mid-Slah. The will be lunch in the shade of palm trees. In the afternoon back to the track to Chegaga. Arrival at Bivouac you attend the sunset, dinner and night in tents or under the stars.
Day4: Chegaga – Marrakech
Early wake up to watch the sunrise over the dunes, then you will have breakfast and departure for FOUM ZGUID by visiting the nomads who live in their tents at IRIKKI Lake passage, and the desert plateau dotted with acacia trees. Arriving at the village FOUM ZGUID, you will take the paved road to TAZNAKHTE where you will have lunch and you continue to Marrakech via the Tizi-N’Tichka/.
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