Tour on 4˟4 “8 days and 7 nights”:
1st day: Starting in the morning from your hotel in Marrakech to Ouarzazate by crossing the High Atlas Mountains and Tizi-n-Tichka pass (2260m). Passing from the village of Telouet and the Kasbah of Glaoui family, then we continue by the Ounila valley to arrive to the famous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou for having lunch. In the afternoon we visit the Kasbah and we continue driving to reach the hotel in Ouarzazate.
2nd day: Departure after breakfast from Ouarzazate, crossing the Anti Atlas Mountains to arrive the Draa valley (famous with its huge palm trees along Draa River, around 200 km). We leave Draa River to the right and we drive to the North-est to N’Qob and Alnif for having lunch. In the afternoon we continue to Er-Rissani (the ancient city of caravans for trade exchanging), we reach Merzouga by the end of afternoon to take camel ride and spend the night in the campsite.
3rd day: If you wake up early you can see the beautiful colors of the sunrise on the dunes, and take camel back to the hotel to have breakfast and take shower. Later we drive off-road to the city of Erfoud (Tafilalte valley famous with the quality of its Dates and the international festival of Dates each year after recolts, it is known also with the Fossils). We cross many villages to reach Tinghir city and its famous Gorges Todgha Gorges. After lunch we visit the gorges and walk around the palms near the gorges. Then we drive via Boumalne Dades to arrive Kelaat M’gouna for spending the night.
4th day: After breakfast we leave Roses valley, few kilometers we leave the road and we take an real off-road that lead us to discover an authentic life of Moroccan nomads who still live in tents and caves, it is possible to have glass of tea with nomads. Later we drive to Dades valley for having lunch. In the afternoon we continue through Dades valley and it special road digging in the mountains. We visit Dades Gorges and we continue our trip to M’samrir or the valley of Apples for night.
5th day: Departure in the morning after breakfast we drive to the village of Agoudal n’Ait Brahim then the village of Ait Amer, where the tribes of Ait Hdiddou celebrate each year after recolts the Festival of Marriage near the Marabout of Olmghani. After that we continue by crossing the villages of Ait Hdiddou with its beautiful buildings of mud to reach the village of Imilchil for having lunch and spending the night. The afternoon is free to walk in the fields in the valley.
6th day: After having Berber breakfast on the terrace, we drive to the north just few kilometers outside Imilchil we could take small off-road to discover the famous Lakes of Isli and Tislit at around (2200m) of altitudes. We cross again the High Atlas Mountains with its beautiful forests of Pins and Holm Oak, it is possible to have lunch with one family nomad or you can take picnic with you. The road here is especially beautiful but slow and windy. In the winter the snow may make it impassable. We reach Kasbah Tadla on the main road from Marrakech to Fes and lies on the left bank of the Oum Er-Rabia River. Shortly after Kasbah Tadla we reach Beni Mellal for spending the night.
7th day: Starting in the morning after breakfast, you visit the Ain Asserdoun Waterfalls which provide drinking water and are source of irrigation for the surrounding villages. The falls are set in a well-kept and prettily designed park and from the “castle” just above there is a wonderful view of the town and the fertile plain below full of olive and orange trees. Back in the High Atlas you visit the lovely Lake of Bin El-Ouidane, where the mountains come down to the water! Here you can take a walk to enjoy the peace and the green of the area and watch any fisherman trying his luck! Later you continue to the Ouzoud Waterfalls for the night in the hotel.
8th day: After breakfast you can visit the falls, which constitute one of the most spectacular natural beauty spots in Morocco. The surrounding countryside offers red cliffs, oleander and doves. If you are lucky you will catch a glimpse of some Barbary apes. A short walk will bring you to the top of the falls from where you can see the river stretching away from the magnificent falls. On the road back to Marrakech at Demnate, we drive the six kilometers to Imi-n-Ifri, which in the local dialect means “door to the cave”. It is a natural rock bridge formed by an underground cave system collapsing. Another three hours drive will bring you back to your hotel in Marrakech