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Day 1: Marrakech – Ait Ben Haddou – Zagora
Leave early morning from Marrakech towards the high Atlas. We cross the T’ichka Pass(at 2260 meters) offering spectacular and beautiful landscapes with different colours and the Berber villages along the way , then visit one of the best preserved and most spectacular kasbahs in Morocco ,the fortified village of Ait Benhadou a famous site for Hollywood films.In fact, Lawrence of Arabia, The Last Temptation of Christ, Kundun, Gladiator, Black Hawk Down and Kingdom of Heaven, have all been used as locations. There we will enjoy the lunch before we continue our exploration to the south area , we croos the Draa valley We reach the door of Sahara desert, Zagora. Around 04 p.m you will ride camels deeply in the desert . The night will be spent in a desert camp under the nomad tent with dinner.
Day 2: Zagora – Draa valley – Ouarzazate – Roses Valley
After an unforgettable quiet night among the sand dunes and in nomad’s land, you will admire the sunrise upon the dunes, then a typical breakfast is served and you return back with camels to meet your driver and leave to Draa Valley, we will explore its touristy area including Tamegroutte library and experience the local market . Next, You will feel yourselves in picnics along the trip. Around midday, you will cross the way taking you along Daraa valley, rich in palm trees up to Roses valley , via Ouarzazate , Agdz, visiting the Tamnougalt Kasbah. Overnight in a hotel where you will have the opportunity to visit the amazing Kasbah of Tourirt
Day 3: Roses valley – Marrakech
After breakfast we walk crossing rose valley with its kasbah and ksours, in this part you can see very nice landscapes before you get to Kelaa Mgouna and later the palm groves of Skoura and visit of the kasbah of Amerhidil. Afterwards, you head towards Marrakech city via the High Atlas Mountains offering spectacular and beautiful landscapes with different colours and the Berber villages along the way