- Tour Plan
- 10 Nights Accommodation Dinner and breakfast included in Marrakech Just Breakfast
- A Cook to prepare your meals
- Accommdation: Riads and Camps
- Airport Transfer
- All the food during the trek
- Bottle of water / day / person
- Camels to carry your luggage
- Kitchen equipment
- Qualified desert Guide
- Ready tents and mattresses during the hike
- Transport from Marrakech and back
- Dinners of Marrakech
- Items of a personal nature
- Tips and what's not listed on the Included list
- Travel insurance
You will Take on an incredible trekking adventure through Morocco’s deepest desert, where you will encounter striking Saharan scenery. The flaming dunes will give way to the blue-black mountains of the Zireg Circus, making this a unique walk in Morocco’s desert. Starting from the massive dunes of Merzouga, this lovely journey through the Zireg desert takes place in one of the most isolated parts of southern Morocco. We will travel with our wadis camels, Ziz and Rheris, to the dunes of Erg Chebbi, where we will meet our nomadic camel drivers. Next, our trip will lead us to Zireg, one of the most arid areas of southern Morocco, along the hamada of Guir. There, we will see a massive, orange-sanded, shale blue-black desert circus.
- A look at the nomads Known for their fierce warrior lifestyle, the Aït Khebbach tribe was involved in trans-Saharan trade, connecting Africa with the Maghreb.
- Take a stunning desert hike in the Zireg, which is located in one of southern Morocco’s most remote areas.
- Discover a remarkable range of colors, including flamboyantly colored plateaus, sand-covered hills, magnificent circuses, regs, bluish black mountains, and arid wadis.
- Explore the valleys of Dades and Todra’s thousand Kasbah.
- Take in the starry nights spent in Morocco’s desert.
- Savor the breathtaking views of the high Atlas while traveling to the desert.
- Day 1
- Day 2
- Day 3
- Day 4
- Day 5
- Day 6
- Day 7
- Day 8
- Day 9
- Day 10
Marrakech Airport – Hotel
Marrakech - South Moroccan & The Palmeraie De Tinghir
Traveling southward over the High Atlas via the 2,260-meter-high Tizi N'Tichka Pass to Ouarzazate, where we will stop for a lunch. After that, we'll travel the Route of a Thousand Kasbahs, which passes through the Dades Valley and the Skoura palm grove on our way to the Tinghir palm grove and the Todra Gorge. Dinner and spending the night in the hostel.
Tinghir - The Oasis Of Merzouga
We traverse the palm of Tafilalet this morning in order to reach the oasis of Merzouga, a vital hub for the trade in gold between Sudan and Guinea as well as a meeting and exchange site for Arabs, Berbers, and Africans.
Getting to know our camel men. We depart in loaded dromedaries in the direction of Erg Chebbi's south. Here, the most exquisite dunes in Morocco are patterned by the Harmattan "desert wind" that blows over the Sahara. Its sand's crimson hue is evocative of Namibia's stunning Soslusvei dunes. barbecue. Tent in the sand dunes.
Merzouga - The Dunes Of Erg Chebbi
A breathtaking journey through this majestic dune massif, where we sail across waves of sand, occasionally passing through passageways between the tall dunes and other times along the ridges of erg. The lunch halts close to a well where we may interact with nomads who visit to drink from their animals. We travel across a trail in the afternoon to reach Erg Znigui's stunning dunes. Encampment.
Erg Chebbi Dunes - The Dunes Of Douifa
We set off on foot across a rocky plateau. Next, we'll traverse the Ouad Ziz to arrive at the Douifaa dunes, which are attached to the base of the bagel Originate. Encampment.
Dunes of Douifa - The Djebel Ougnate
Our journey continues down the Djbel Ougnate, between massive dunes and sandstone peaks, at the leisurely pace of the camels. We shall find evidence of human habitation in this area during the period of a vast savannah by means of rock engravings that we will find during our tour. Set up camp at the sand dunes' base.
Camp after six hours of walking.
The Djebel Ougnate - The Dunes Of Ouzina
We cross the highlands with a cape-shaped peak, a sentinel rock that runs along the Hamada du Guir and is bounded to the west and east by Wadi Rheris and Wadi Ziz. The Tafilalet, Morocco's largest oasis with over a million palm palms, is nourished by these two wadis. You will travel over significant dunes, black shales, and marble outcrops in addition to stony terrain. Camp among Ouzina's stunning sand dunes.
Ouzina Dunes - The Dunes Of Remlia
Before crossing the Guir hamada, we leave the dunes and head toward the final Saharan village. The Berber tribes of Ait Atta and Gnaoua, who are descended from former Sudanese slaves from Saadian times, have lived there for a very long period. We travel on across the Wadi Rheris, whose winter floods are frequent enough to fertilize the alluvial plain that the Ait Khebbach tribe, who are nomadic, farm. the chance to encounter nomads. Our camp will be set up in the dunes overlooking Remlia's terracotta homes.
Remlia – Marrakech
We will travel via the Todra valley, the valley of the roses, and the Gogres dades after breakfast on our way from Ramlia to Marrakech. After making a stop to see the Kasbah Ben Haddou Ouarzazate, proceed through the tichka's neck to Marrakech. Upon arrival and setup at your Marrakech lodging.
Marrakech - Transfer to Menara airport
Those of you who chose to prolong your vacation will stay to enjoy the weather and the various activities on offer; those departing will be taken to the airport via their pre-arranged pick-up. Depending on the time of your flight, you may choose to spend some downtime at the hotel.