2 Days to Zagora desert from Marrakesh
Check out your best private 2 days desert tour from Marrakech to Zagora desert is your best opportunity to experience and discover desert of eastern morocco at quick look. This is the best 2 days desert tour from Marrakech to Zagora sahara: It will make you discover the different landscapes of the Draa Valley and the desert near Zagora. Drive through the High Atlas Mountains and visit Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah. Before evening, ride on the back of your new friend camel and admire the beautiful sunset. During the night, join the Berber nomads playing Music drums around the camp fire. That would be the highlight of your best private 2 days desert tour from Marrakech to Zagora.
Day 01: Marrakesh - Ouarzeazate - Draa Valley –Zagora
On this exceptional day we leave Marrakesh about 8:00 am to reach one of desert town in Morocco , via the High Atlas Mountains on the Tichka Pass which is about 2600m, a panoramic road with unrivalled views, and Berber authentic Villages. Following this you will visit Ouarzazate - the gateway town to the Sahara. When you will arrive in Ouarzazate, you will visit the Kasbah of Taourirt where you will take your lunch. Then we leave towards to Zagora via Agdez and through the beautiful Draa valley, with its millions of palm trees is considered the largest valley of palms in Morocco. Arrival in Zagora . You will then begin your camel trek in the middle of the palm trees and a kind of desert for one hour and half, and admire the sunset. After this you will stay in Berber camp and enjoy a wonderful stars view.
Day 02 : Zagora -Agdez – Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou -Marrakech
Sunrise on the very small dunes is something not to be missed. Camel trekking in Zagora to reach your vehicle or you can skip the camel ride in the morning and take the vehicle from the camp to start your journey back to the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou via tefoultout you will enjoy a visit of this Kasbah, which is classified by UNESCO as world heritage, a beautiful location for filming of major movies. And then travel back to Marrakech crossing high Atlas Mountains.