Day 1 : Marrakech - Ait Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate - Skoura Palm - Valley Of Roses - Dades Gorges. (D)
Your departure from Marrakech is a 07:30 am. In order to reach the Dades Gorges you will cross the Atlas Mountains, from Marrakech to Ouarzazate. You will enjoy scenic road, beautiful landscapes with different colors and Berber villages along the way. Your first stop will be ‘Aït Ben Haddou Kasbah’ classified since 1987 by UNESCO as a human international patrimony. Of all the remaining Kasbahs in Morocco, the walls and interior of this area are the most intact. Aït Ben Haddou Kasbah has been used in many film and television productions like Gladiator, Laurence of Arabia, Kingdom of Heaven, Games of Thrones, etc.. Then you will head to Ouarzazate and you will have free time to visit the old Kasbah of Ouarzazate "Taourirt Kasbah". Then, you will hit the road towards the Roses Valley, through the Skoura palm grove to the Dades Valley. You will arrive at Dades Gorges around 5 pm where you will have dinner and spend the first night in a typical Moroccan hotel.
Day 2: Dades Gorges - Toudra Gorges - Erfoud - Merzouga Dunes. (D)
After a traditional Moroccan breakfast, you will leave your hotel in Dades Gorges at 8 am and reach the road to Toudra Gorges. After arrival you will have a free time to walk around and enjoy amazing canyons of about 985 ft (300m) high. Your trip will be continued to to the Big Dunes of Merzouga where you will experience a 1,5-hour camel ride and ydiscover one of the most stunning view of the world: unforgettable sunset in the desert. Then you will have dinner and get settled in a nomad tent in the middle of the desert.
Day 3: Merzouga Dunes - Tazarine - Agdaz - Marrakech
On the last day you will be woken up half an hour before the sunrise to enjoy that magical view. You will see the sunrise and then return to Merzouga by dromadary ride. You will have a shower and breakfast and then come back from Merzouga to Marrakech via Tazarine and the Draa Valley which is a fascinating oasis, home of Berber villages, Kasbahs, streaming sand dunes, lush green plains and palm trees. anFrom the Draa, which is the Morocco’s largest river, you will enjoy the view of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. On the way you will have free time and then you will continue to Marrakech where you will arrive around 7 pm.