4 Days


Our private 4-day Morocco Sahara tour from Marrakech to Merzouga desert dunes and Zagora is the perfect opportunity for travelers to explore the majestic Sahara Desert. You’ll follow the path of the ancient camel caravans as you travel through the beautiful Draa Valley, with its oases surrounded by fortified Kasbahs and thousands of date palm trees. Then, cross the massif of volcanic origin, the Anti-Atlas Mountains. Interestingly, its highest summit ranges at 3,304 meters. In addition, you’ll experience riding like a nomad as you become part of a camel trek in the Erg Chebbi sand dunes, the Valley of Roses, and you’ll travel the route of 1001 Kasbahs. And perhaps best of all, you’ll visit the simply magnificent Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddow!
  • Visit the winter ski resort of Ifran and the Berber village of Azrou
  • Visit the UNESCO world heritage site of Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou
  • Visit Skoura oasis
  • Drive along the road of 1001 Kasbahs and the Valley of the Roses
  • Walk in Tinghir oasis and visit the Gorges
  • Ride a camel in Erg Chebbi assisiting to a dramatic sunset and sunrise scene
  • Spend the night in a Berber desert camp in the middle of nowhere
    From 195 EUR
    / Adult
    • Unbeatable Value Assurance - ( Discover extraordinary adventures )
    • Effortless Reservation Process - ( No booking hassles )
    • Transparent Pricing, Zero Surprises - ( No hidden costs )
    • Expertise Beyond Measure - ( Team of seasoned experts )
    • Your Joy, Our Priority - ( Happiness Commitment )
    • Transportation by private 4x4 care or a min-van
    • Professional Driver / guide
    • 3x Breakfast
    • 3x Dinner
    • Accommodation included: 3 nights
    • Camel trek
    • Sand-boarding


    Embark on a mesmerizing 4-day journey as we whisk you away from the bustling streets of Marrakech to the enchanting Dades Gorges. Our adventure kicks off in the morning with a seamless pickup from your hotel/riad/bus station. Traverse the Tizi-n-Tichka Atlas pass, where panoramic vistas of the majestic mountains unfold. Pause at the timeless Berber village of Telouet before delving into the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ait Benhaddou. This breathtaking fortified village, or Ksour, is a testament to Morocco’s rich history. Indulge in a delightful lunch at Ait Benhaddou or Ouarzazate before continuing our odyssey to the captivating Dades Valley. Unwind in the evening at a charming riad/hotel nestled in the heart of Dades Gorges.

    Awaken your senses with a delicious breakfast, setting the tone for a day filled with wonders. Traverse the rugged landscapes from Dades Gorges to the Erg Chebbi Sahara desert in Merzouga. Pass by Berber villages, each a mosaic of culture and tradition, including Tinjdad, Jorf, and Erfoud. Feel the allure of the Saharan oasis of Tafilalet as we approach Merzouga. Upon arrival, embark on a camel ride into the dunes, where Nomad Berber tents await, draped in the magic of the Sahara. Capture the breathtaking sunset from the high dunes, serenaded by the rhythm of drums. Immerse yourself in the unique experience of spending the night in nomad tents, creating memories that will linger long after the stars have faded.

    Greet the day with the splendor of a Sahara sunrise before returning to Merzouga on camelback. After a revitalizing breakfast and a refreshing shower, our expedition takes us through the captivating Berber villages of the Atlas Mountains (Alnif, Tazarine, Agdz, Draa Valley). Absorb the diverse landscapes and cultures as we traverse this picturesque route. As evening approaches, we find ourselves in Ouarzazate, a city steeped in cinematic history.

    Bid farewell to Ouarzazate as we embark on our return journey. Traverse the High Atlas Mountains, reaching the zenith at Tizi n Tichka, 2260 meters above sea level. Be captivated by the awe-inspiring views of valleys, mountains, and Berber villages dotting the landscape. As the sun dips below the horizon, we arrive in Marrakech, bringing a conclusion to an enchanting odyssey filled with cultural riches and natural wonders.

    This meticulously crafted itinerary promises an immersive experience, blending adventure, culture, and the allure of the Sahara, creating memories that will forever linger in the tapestry of your travel adventures.


    Do I Need To Have A VISA To Enter Morocco?

    People that possess the US, Canadian, UK, Australian and Europian nationalities do not require a visa to enter Morocco as a tourist.

    What Do I Need To Wear?

    You can wear clothes that are adequate for each season in Morocco. – You can check the information about the weather in Morocco.

    What's Your Cancellation And Refund Policy?

    Up to 24 hours before the departure free cancellation and full refund,

    How Far Is Agafay Desert From Marrakech?

    Agafay Desert is about 40km from Marrakech Via R 212.It can take up to 40 minutes to reach Agafay desert From Marrakech.

    What To Do In Agafay Desert?

    You can enjoy the sunset, can do quad biking and Camel riding, see the Berber villages and experience their lifestyle first hand.

    What Is The Difference Between Agafay And Sahara Desert?

    It is often considered as an alternative to the Sahara Desert because you can explore the Agafay Desert in One day but for Sahara, you need a minimum of 3 days. Also, Agafay is not Sandy-like Sahara. It is Rockier and more barren but you may find white Sand dunes-like hills which may remind you of the Sahara Desert.

    How Long Is Agafay Desert Sunset Camel Ride?

    You can spend up to an hour riding your camel in Agafay desert while enjoying sunset.

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