Morning departure towards High Atlas Tizi n’tichka Pass at 2260m, passing Kasbah du Glaoui in Telouet and crossing the old caravan route in Ounila Valley before arriving at Ait Benhaddou, a ancient fortified Kasbah under UNESCO World Heritage protection. Continuing the road passing by the Anti Atlas mountains and the Berber villages of Agdz on the begining of Draa Valley with its millions palm trees which is considered the largest one in Morocco. Hotel in Agdz.
Day 2: Agdz – vallee du Draa – Nkob – Tazarine – Alnif – Mssisi – gorges Mharech
After brekfast we drive through the Draa valley until we reach Tansikht. On the way to Alnif where yo’ll have lunch, we pass the fabulous palm grove of Nkob with its amazing casbahs. Afternoon desert tracks to Mcissi and arrival to Foum Mharech canyons. Night at Riad Nomad.
After breakfast we start our journey through the sandy region of the Oued Ghris, passing the desert villages of Ramlia and Ouzina Lunch on the way. Departure to Taous to visit some beautiful petroglyphs. Visit of a unique Gnawa village called Khemlia just before we reach Erg Chebbi where you will spend the night in the middle of the dunes. Diner and nomad camp in bivouac with diner and breakfast.
Day 4: Merzouga – Rissani – Erfoud – Tinjedad – Tinghir – Gorges Todra – Boumalne – Vallée du Dades
Morning sunrise in the desert; return on camel trekking to your 4×4. After breakfast departure towards the amazing Tafilalet palm groves passing Rissani town (the ancient capital of the Alaouite sultans) and the town of Erfoud. Continuing west we drive to Gorges du Todra impressive canyons. After lunch we go to Boumalne Dades passing Tinjedad palm grove and Tinghir. Diner and hotel in Gorges du Dades canyons.
Day 5: Gorges dades – Vallée du Dades – Kelaat Mgouna – Palmeraie de Skoura – Ouarzazate – Col de Tizi-N-Tichka – Marrakech
After breakfast we start our journey passing the Draa Valley and its Oasis. Road in Anti Atlas Mountains passing 1660m high. After midday we get to Marrakesh passing the High Atlas and Tizi n’Tichka Pass.