Arrival at Marrakech airport. Reception and transfer to your hotel or Riad.
Visit of the ocher city (depending on arrival time), the second imperial city in Morocco, and which fascinates with its historical richness and its gardens of international reputation, many monuments can be visited to understand the history of this charming city , for example: the Majorelle Gardens and its Berber museum which belong to Yves Saint Laurent, the Menara Gardens, the famous Koutoubia mosque, the tower of the ramparts, the Medina, Bahia Palace, Jamaa el fnaa, Anima Garden which belongs to Austrian artist André Heller.
Breakfast at the hotel. Depart for the city of Ouarzazate, founded in the 20th century, the small Moroccan town of Ouarzazate is a caramel-colored oasis highlighted by the cloudless azure of the North African sky. It is not really of tourist interest, however it has been attracting the film industry for several years. Alain Chabat shot his Asterix in Ouarzazate, in the Atlas studios. An international film school has opened in Kan Zaman studios. The city nevertheless has some points of interest. The Taourirt Kasbah is a model of its kind, restored by Unesco and the Center for the Conservation and Rehabilitation of the Architectural Heritage of the Atlas and Sub-Atlas Zones (CERKAS) of which it is the headquarters. The ksar, which extends around the kasbah to the Ouarzazate wadi, presents a tangle of alleys and stalls. Ouarzazate is at the crossroads of the tourist routes of southern Morocco.
Breakfast at the hotel and departure for Tinghir: built along the Todra wadi, this large town of more than 11,000 inhabitants is planted in the middle of a superb palm grove of surprising density. At just over 1,000 m above sea level, it enjoys an exceptional location. Its palm grove is one of the most beautiful in Morocco, the vegetation is really lush and the crops abundant. The possibilities for walks are numerous. You can get lost and cross the 25 km of palm groves that lead to the Todra gorges. It is also in this beautiful site where you are expected for lunch. On the edge of the palm grove, you must visit the Kasbah of the Senegalese and the Kasbah of the Jews, which offer superb views. On the heights is perched the old kasbah of Glaoui. The best time to walk is late afternoon. The light is then extraordinary. Reddened by the sun in the foreground and gray on the horizon, the mountains form a striking contrast with the green of the vegetation. In the city center, touts and other guides are numerous to offer the visit of the gorges, it is enough to simply decline. The souk is worth it; it is behind rue Hassan-II and place Zaïd-Ouhmed.
Breakfast at the hotel and departure to Erfoud via: Tinejdadou Afrekla. It is located in the Drâa-Tafilalet region about 20 km from Goulmima and 52 km from Tinghir. Continuation to Erfoud. Around Erfoud, it is possible to visit impressive fossil workshops where you will discover unique specimens. You'll find ammonites, nautiluses, crinoids, trilobites, and more, as well as fossils of fish, crocodiles, and even dinosaurs. Erfoud is also known as the gateway to the Sahara desert because it is very close to the Erg Chebbi dunes.
Installation at the hotel & dinner and accommodation.
Early in the morning, departure for a 4X4 excursion to watch and admire the sunrise over the Dunes of Merzouga. Return to the hotel for breakfast, departure to the city of Ouarzazate via the city of Agdz, a city that requires taking the time. Moreover, Agdz in Berber means "place of rest". So we take the time to sit down, have a tea, watch and listen to the stories we tell you. Few tourists stop on the road between Zagora and Ouarzazate, and many pass through Agdz thinking that it is all about the central square of the Green March. The mosque dates from the time of Mohammed V. The Kasbah of Caïd Ali also deserves that you spend a few minutes listening to its owners tell the story of the place. Agdz marks the beginning of the Draa Valley and its palm groves with a thousand kasbahs. From a geographical and tourist point of view, its main attraction lies in the surprising Jebel Kissane which overlooks the city at an altitude of 1,569 m. Continuation to Ouarzazate.
Breakfast at the hotel. Continuation to the ocher city: Marrakech, crossing Tizi N'Tichka; which is a pass at 2,260 meters above sea level located on the road between Marrakech and Ouarzazate. The full name of the locality therefore literally means the "pasture pass".
Breakfast at the hotel.
Tourist discovery of the city of Marrakech.
To end the circuit in style, a dinner-show worthy of a folklore festival with the Fantasia at the restaurant chez Ali. In the heart of the palm grove of Marrakech, sheltered by Berber tents, you will enjoy a dinner composed of a multitude of tasty authentic dishes such as the traditional harirra soup with dates and lemon, the steamed lamb mechoui, the country chicken couscous with seven fresh vegetables, and to finish you will be served a cream pastilla followed by tea and Moroccan pastries.
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Marrakech airport.Days : | Nights : 7
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