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3 Days from Ouarzazate – Todgha Gorges – Erg Chabbi

3 Days from Ouarzazate – Todgha Gorges – Erg Chabbi

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Embark on a journey through the path of a thousand Kasbahs on this remarkable tour. Traverse the vivid red Atlas Mountains, charming Berber settlements, verdant valleys, lush palm groves, and enchanting rose-filled landscapes. Each village boasts its own terracotta-hued kasbah or ksar, accompanied by a mosque. Marvel at the mountains adorned with striking “finger-shaped” rock formations and explore vast, awe-inspiring canyons. Navigate a brief section of winding roads while passing through picturesque date-filled valleys.

Delight in the towering sand dunes of the Sahara as you experience a camel ride into the sunset, culminating in a restful night spent at a serene desert camp.

Tour’s Highlights:

Tinghir: settles in the center of one of the most beautiful oases in southern Morocco with a lush palm grove that extends for about 30km following the Wadi Todgha.


Merzouga: is so popular among local and foreign visitors, they come here to discover its rich cultural background and enjoy the more than 20km-high dunes.

The favorite activities of vacationers coming here are definitely riding a camelback on dunes and enjoying the breathtaking landscapes around them, and why not use the opportunity to watch the exquisite sunset beyond those massive dunes?

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  • Included
    Airport Transfer
    Camel Ride
    Dinner And Breakfast
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    Visits Tickets

Tour Plan


Day 1: Ouarzazate - Skoura oasis - Kasbahs - Rose valleys - Dades Gorge - Todra Gorge

Departure at 9 am, when the driver/guide picks you up at your hotel or riad.On the way, you pass the beautiful oasis of Skoura with many ancient Kasbahs standing amongst the palm trees. We continue through the Valley of Roses to the village of Kelaa M’gouna. We stop for Berber tea and refreshments in front of the valley view. We continue the drive along the valley of the thousand Kasbahs towards Dades Gorges. The landscape is sensational, going through the red Atlas mountains, Berber villages, and green valleys with palm groves and pink rose gardens (in springtime). Each village has its red-colored Kasbah or ksar and a mosque. The Dades Gorges is amazing with its “finger-formed” rocks. This is a very picturesque part of Morocco. We stop for lunch in a local restaurant on the way. After lunch, there is time for a walk along Boumalne Dades Valley, before we drive to a guesthouse in Todra Gorge to spend the night. The canyon of Todra Gorge is massive. A 300-meter-deep vault splits the orange limestone into a deep ravine. Driving through the Gorge gives you an amazing sight.

Day 2: Tinghir - Gorges du Todgha - Merzouga

After breakfast, we will go to the spectacular Todgha Gorge, having some free time to explore the canyons and have lunch at a local café. Pursuing Merzouga to catch your camel caravan so you can explore the massive dunes of Erg Chebbi and use the opportunity to watch the unraveling sunset from there before we reach your camp in the desert and enjoy an authentic Moroccan dinner under the stars. Local nomads will cheer you up by playing some music and why not learn some basics to play Tam Tam drums? Enjoy dinner and a stop for the night.

Day 3: Draa valley - Rissani - Tazzarine - N'Kob - Ouarzazate

Early morning rise, you return by camel to the hostel in Merzouga for a shower and breakfast.We continue in our 4×4 car to the Draa Valley, famous for its dates, and further to Ouarzazate. We pass the villages Rissani, Alnif, Tazzarine (appearing in the film «Babel»), and the old village N’Kob on the way. Lunch in N’Kob. After lunch, we continue along the palm trees in Draa Valley and follow the former road for caravans. We pass many ancients Kasbahs, and one of the most well-known is Tamnougalte. At the town of Adgz, we turn into the paved road. After crossing the Anti-Atlas mountains and the Tizi n Tinfifite (1,660 m) we arrive at Ouarzazate at the end of the day.
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