Pick up from your hotel takes place very early allowing us the full day ahead to get to our first stop at Ifrane. This region is known as Moroccan’s own Little Switzerland. You’ll see the similarities in the beautiful valleys and mountains here. At Azrou, our next stop, you will see the tame little monkeys. They will jump through the branches of the cedar forests effortlessly and you will get a golden opportunity to take a photos with monkeys. Next, we shall stop for lunch in Midelt before crossing the route through Tizi n Talghamt Pass. Here we will reach Errachidea where you’ll see an area of outstanding beauty at the Ziz Valley. The drive will continue through the dunes of Erg Chebbi before stopping off at our hotel, where you may freshen up in preparation for a camel trek through the Merzouga Dunes. Your dromedary will transport you through the evening desert to a nomad tent where you will camp down for the night under the stars and dine.
Day 2: Merzouga- Dades
Wake up for Sunrise lovely pictures, and Breakfast in open air, you will have breakfast in the camp, pack and go back either on camels or by 4x4 leaving the dunes behind. Back on the asphalt roads, we depart to Erfoud which is known by fossils' making. Drive through palm-groves and Savanah like desert. We stop for lunch, then we take a short walk in Todra Gorges. We head to our stoping point Dades Gorge. Dinner and overnight in the hotel.
Day 3: Dades -Marrakech
In the morning after a stroll through the impressive Dades Gorge, we drive to Ouarzazate passing by the valley of the Roses where an annual festival is held in the month of May to celebrate the pink roses. There is the possibility to see local products made from the roses. We continue along the road of thousand Kasbah to the oasis of Skoura to visit the kasbah of Amredil. Next stop is Ouarzazate city where we will visit one of the film studios and the gorgeous Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, the oldest kasbah in the south of Morocco. The kasbah is constructed within the eleventh century and listed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to World Heritage Site in 1987. Plenty of noted films are taken in Ait Ben Haddou, like The Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia, Astérix, The Mummy. At the end of the day, you arrive in Marrakech via the High Atlas mountains