Meet your Driver at lobby of your Hotel/Riad and Drive to Sand Dunes of Merzouga across the cedar forest in the middle Atlas Mountains. On the way you will stop at beautiful city of Ifrane One of the ski resorts in the country. You will see the Berber monkeys who live and frolic in the cider forests in the town of Azrou. before descending to the Ziz Valley and stop for lunch the apple city Midelt. From the city of Erfoud you will continue through the" Hamada" to get to the highest dunes of Merzouga, where you will meet our camel team members and exchange your 4 WD for Camels and ride over the ocean of sand for about 1 & 1/2 hour ride to get to the camp in a oasis where you will spend the night. Enjoy the silence around the campfire with the music and Moroccan food. You will be mesmerized by the desert night sky. You can sleep in a nomadic tent or under the stars.
You will wake up early and walk across the sand dunes to see the beautiful sunrise. After having a breakfast you will pack your gear, ride back to your car and drive across the desert landscapes to see many fortified villages in the magnificent palm gardens of the South. Lunch stop will be at the heart of the spectacular Todra Gorge, with its huge, breathtaking red cliffs. It is a paradise for mountain climbing you will take a small hike through the canyons and explore the area. In the afternoon, you will continue to Ouarzazate via the "Road of One Thousand Kasbahs", the Roses and Dades Valleys. Arriving into Ouarzazate, check into the hotel.
In the morning, you will visit the old part of the town and the beautiful pasha Glaoui Kasbah of Taourirte. After a short visit of the film studio of the Hollywood of North Africa you will continue to the famous village of Ait Ben Hadou declared as the firs site of a UNESCO in the south of Morocco. It also used as the main place for many movies such as "Lawrence of Arabia" and "the Jewell of the Nile»and Gladiator Have lunch at the Kasbah Restaurant. In the afternoon you will head toward Marrakech driving through one of the highest passes in the country, the Tizi-n-Tishka, which is 2260 meters high. On the way, you will see the traditional Berber farmers using the terraced style of planting on the mountainsides. Arriving in Marrakech, the end of the Trip.