• Duration

    7 Day Tour

  • Tour

    Highlights of Morocco

  • Price Per Person


  • What is Included

    All inclusive – meals and accommodation, 4×4, driver, fuel, camel ride.

  • What is not included

    Lunch and Dinner in Essaouira. Tips, tickets to sights, alcoholic and soft drinks.

With a landscape that incorporates spectacular mountain chains, vast desert, a coastline that edges onto the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, plus plenty of unexpected green oases, Morocco is a country worth exploring at a slower pace. Its landscapes, rich culture and heritage reward those who take the time to really understand it. Be ready to embark on the trip of your lifetime.

Marrakech >Dades Valley >  Todra Gorge >Erg Chebbi Dunes (Merzouga)> Erg Chebbi >Fes > Chefchawen >Marrakech > Essaouira> Marrakech

Your private guide will speak your language. You will be picked up at your hotel/riad in Marrakech at 8am in a 4×4 cruiser.  The drive is very pleasant and you will see some stunning scenery along the way.

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Day 1: Marrakesh – Dades Gorge

Your tour starts from your hotel or riad in Marrakech at 8:00 am.

Main stops along the way:

  • Cross the High Atlas Mountains – Tichka Pass -2260m is the highest road pass in Morocco and Africa.

  • Aït Benhaddou Kasbah – UNESCO site, this is Morocco seen in hundreds of movies.
  • Evening arrival in Dades Valley

Day 2: Dades Valley to Erg Chebbi Dunes in Merzouga

Main stops along the way:

  • Dades Valley to treck alongside the most beautiful gorge in Africa.

  •  Sid Ifni – a little neat blue and white town with a distinctly Spanish feel to it. It takes its name from a local holy man and was the capital of the Ait Ba’arame tribe famous for its resistance against the Spanish.

Day 3: Sidi Ifni – Tafraoute

Stops along the way:

  • Tiznit– to wander around the soukhs.
  • Anti Atlas mountains, passing Tighmi and the Kerdous pass,
  •  Tafraoute –this road is one of the most beautiful roads in the Moroccan mountains.

Day 4: Tafraoute – Taroudant

Main stops along the way:

  • Tafraout– painted rocks, coloured in 1984 by the Belgian artist, Jean Verame.   An individual and “diefferent” piece of art.
  • Ait Baha town
  • Taroudant, “the little Marrakesh”, so called for the similarity of its ramparts and town walls to those of the “red city”. Here we spend the night having explored the town.

Day 5: Taroudant – Erg Chagaga (Sahara)

Main stops along the way:

  •  Tizi-n-Tighatine and Tizi-n-Ikhsane before reaching Kourkouda and Taznakht. This small town is famous for its Berber gelims and carpets.
  • Dried up Iriqui Lake to search for fossils.
  • Erg Chigaga dunes camp – lunch will be served here.  Head off to the dunes, the camels will take you to the highest dune for the most magical sun set you will ever see. You will spend the night in a private tent in the Berber Camp. Dinner will be served in the desert.

Day 6: Erg Chagaga Sahara – Ouarzazate

Main stops along the way:

  • Breakfast in the Camp,
  • M’hamid Elghizlan for a break.
  • Zagora – this small town is the largest oasis in the Dra’a Valley  is particularly famous for its dates.
  • Agdez – Dra’a Valley, to visit the oldest and most famous kasbah in the valley, Kasbah Tamnougalte. It is still partly inhabited by about eleven families.
  •   Tizi-n-Tififte pass, where some scenes from the film “Babel” were shot.
  • Ouarzazate – dinner and rest overnight.

Day 7: Ouarzazate – Marrakesh

Main stops along the way:

  • UNESCO- Ait Ben Haddou – This Kasbah is the most impressive and well-preserved fortress cities in Morocco.  The Gladiator or Lawrence of Arabia were filmed here.
  • Ounila valley with beautiful and prosperous villages, stunning mountains and views.
  • Telouet to visit the Kasbah and  have lunch.
  • Lunch break.
  • Reach Marrakesh early evening


  • Departure at : 8:00 AM.
  • Drop off at your hotel/riad the 7th day in the evening.
  • You can take pictures of women in the cooperative, but in the villages or on the road you have to ask to photograph people, or shops .
  • We recommend sensible shoes or trainers.
  • Cash is the preferred method of payment across most of Morocco as very few traders have card facilities
  • We’d expect you to know this already, but when you’re buying something in Morocco, haggling is the name of the game. And it is a game, don’t get highly offended if someone offers you something at ten times its value, make a counter bid!
  • Coin purse are good to take, as you will need small amounts of money for photos ,snacks, tips, and toilets ” 2 Dirhams”
  • There are numerous pharmacies in Morocco, though it is advised that you get a prescription from your doctor before you leave if you need regular medication. If you feel ill but don’t think it’s serious enough for a hospital, visit a pharmacist will usually be able to help you, and recommend a doctor if you need one.
  • Morocco is predominantly a Muslim country (though a more socially liberated one than many others), so please be aware that some behaviour that is acceptable at home is not permitted here. Dress is usually more restrained.
  • We require a 20% deposit before hand to confirm your booking for the tour, via Paypal or Bank Transfer
  • Money back if cancelation 30 days before the Tour.

In regards to accommodations when you contact us we will send you an email with the list of accommodations you will be staying in. They will all be approved Pension type hotels which have been rated as having a good and comfortable stay. During the one night stay in the desert we will offer a glamping style tent with good conditions which allow you to get the true experience of the Sahara. How ever there is the option of staying in luxurious hotels for an extra fee, if preferable.

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