Tour Casablanca to Desert 3 days
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Tour Casablanca to Desert 3-Day, you will enjoy Erg Chebbi Camel Trek, and visit the kasbahs, gorges, and palm groves.
Day 1: Travel from Casablanca to Ouarzazate
The Tour Casablanca to Desert start from your hotel To Ouarzazate via Marrakech city. We will stop for coffee, and visit the jame el fena square. Then we will continue to Ouarzazate. We cross the high Atlas mountaines, and enjoy the beautiful panoramic views. Discover the berber villages near the road until arriving at Ait Ben haddou village, famous for his historical kasbah. classed Unesco world eritage. Then we will stop near Atlas movies studio to take someone’s photos. After that we drive to Ouarzazate where we spend this night in lovely riad.
Day 2 : Ourzazate to Merzouga
After a good breakfast, the Tour Casablanca to Desert continue towards the desert of Merzouga via the palm grove of Skoura, the Dades valley, the Todra gorges, Tinjdad and Erfoud. Along this road, you will explore the magnificent landscapes and discover the authentic Berber villages. You enjoy the photos stops until arriving at Erg Chebbi dunes, where you will ride a camel to join your camp in the dunes. Admire magical sunset, and spend a fantastic night in a camp in the desert with a delicious dinner.
Day 3 : Merzouga to Casablanca via Fes
After your breakfast, we return to Casablanca, we explore the Ziz valley, the Cedar forest in Azrou, we visit Fes and Meknes, then we continue to Rabat, arrive in Casablanca at the end of the day, drop off your hotal. the Tour Casablanca to Desert ends.
- Transport 4×4, Fuel, Driver guide
- Night in hotel.
- Night in desert camp.
- Dinnes and Breakfasts
- Camel ride in Sahara dunes.
3 Days Casablanca to Merzouga Desert
It was a great experience all around. Top notch business. Travel to Morocco Tours was very accommodating and flexible and “Nourdine”. The desert experience was top notch and we even did ‘camel trekking’. The desert trip includes much more than the desert, like visiting a Swiss village in the mountains and feeding monkeys. I would highly recommend them for all your trips to Morocco