7 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga
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7 days desert tour from Agadir to Merzouga, Marrakech, Ait Benhaddou, Ouarzazate, Tinghir, Boumalne dades, and more. This trip can be tailored to your specific requirements, so please contact us at any moment to start planning yours.
The following is a tour description or a basic itinerary. On the first day, depending on your arrival time, we will begin our journey to Marrakech, the red city. From there, we’ll travel via the High Atlas Mountains, Ait Benhaddou, and Ouarzazate on the second day. We’ll spend the night in Boumalne Dades after that. The third day will be spent in the desert of Merzouga. We’ll arrive in the evening, take a camel ride, and stay in a Berber camp for the night.
The following day will be spent on a desert excursion to learn about the desert and to meet Berber nomads who still live in traditional tents. On the fifth and sixth days, you’ll go on a discovery tour of Marrakech. On the final day, we will go directly to Agadir, where the vacation will come to a close.
Itinerary for 7 days tour from Agadir:
Day 1: Agadir to Marrakech:
Our 7-day Morocco desert tour will begin in Agadir. We will pick you up from either the airport or your hotel in Agadir and transport you to Marrakech for a half-day excursion. Morocco’s historic imperial capital, Marrakech, is a bustling commercial hub with mosques, palaces, and gardens. We’ll spend the night there after a long day.
Day 2: Marrakech to Boumalne:
After breakfast on the second day of your 7-day desert vacation from Agadir, we will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to our next stop. We’ll travel through the Tizi Ntichka pass from Marrakech to the Kasbah Ait Ben Hadou. We’ll stop at the famed 2260 meter (6,867 ft.) peak for a breathtaking panoramic vista. After that, we’ll travel to the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a famous fortified village (Ksar) in Morocco, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lunch will be given at a traditional Ait Benhaddou restaurant.
Following that, we’ll travel to Ouarzazate, where we’ll visit the Kasbah of Taourirte and the Atlas & CLA Studios, where a number of producers have worked on a number of films and movies. As a result, Ouarzazate is renowned as “Africa’s Hollywood.”
We proceed to Boumalne Dades in the afternoon via the Valley of the Roses, which is known for its massive rose harvest, which is used to produce perfume. Cosmetics and rosewater are also available. In Dades for the night.
Day 3: Boumalne to Merzouga:
After an early breakfast, you depart from your lodging for the Sahara Desert of Merzouga, where you will embark on another adventure. We’ll first travel down the Thousand Kasbahs Road, passing through various Berber villages along the way. We’ll go to the Todgha Gorges, which are a series of limestone cliffs in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains.
Afterwards, we’ll continue on our journey and stop in Tinejdad, a Berber village noted for its palm trees, to explore. Following that, we’ll visit Jorf to see the ancient irrigation system.
The city of Erfoud will be our next stop. It is a place in southern Morocco where you will be able to view the fossil workers as well as the Date Market. We will arrive in the Merzouga desert at the end of the day and settle into your accommodations.
Day 4: Merzouga tour:
Our 7-day travel from Agadir includes a discovery visit of the Merzouga desert, which is the highlight of all our Morocco itineraries. Our driver will first take you to the Morocco National 4X4 Auto Museum, which is owned by a Qatari. Then we’ll travel to Khamlia, a little town around 6 kilometers from Merzouga where the Gnaoua people live. You’ll be able to listen to their fantastic music, which is played on drums and castanets, there. Following that, we’ll take you to one of Mifis’ old MINES, where you can see where the French got their salt and kohl during their colonization of Morocco.
Afterward, we’ll take you to meet one of the nomad Berber tent families to get to know them better. We’ll then head to Srij Lake, where camels are kept and flamingos migrate.
We’ll visit Hassi Labied’s oasis in the afternoon, a little oasis where you can observe how they utilize tunnels to irrigate their farms from wells. Finally, we’ll take you on a camel ride that begins near the sand dunes and ends where our team of camel specialists awaits you. They’ll take you over the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi, where you could get a glimpse of the sunset. You will spend the night in a Berber camp in the area.
Day 5: Merzouga to Marrakech:
We will return to Ouarzazate on the fifth day of our 7-days desert tour from Agadir. We’ll return the camels to the starting place in the morning after you’ve eaten breakfast. We’ll travel to Rissani and stop to see the souk and admire the crafts.
Later, on our trip to Ouarzazate, we pass through the Draa Valley on our route to Agdez. After that, we’ll journey across the High Atlas Mountains to Marrakech, Morocco’s red city. You will have some spare time there. Our overnight stay in Marrakech includes dinner and breakfast.
Day 6: Marrakech tour:
Today, we’ll discover Marrakech, the world’s second-oldest Imperial city, which has long been significant trading and tourist destination. Your tour will visit the famous Jardin Majorelle, the Bahia Palace, and the Saadian tombs. The Koutoubia Mosque is a must-see in Marrakech, with its 66-meter-high tower. In the afternoon, we’ll go to Jemaa El Fna Plaza, the medina’s principal square, which comes alive as the sun sets with local storytellers, singers, entertainers, snake charmers, and the smells of superb cuisine being cooked over hot embers. The same hotel will be our home for the night.
Day 7: Marrakech to Agadir:
Today is the last day of our 7-days desert tour from Agadir. We’ll transport you from Marrakech to Agadir and drop you off at the airport or your hotel.
Reviews about our 7 days tour from Agadir:
7 days tour from Agadir
I had never traveled to Morocco before, and this trip ensured that we got the most out of our visit. We took three women on a 7-day excursion from Agadir to Marrakech, and everything was really professionally coordinated from beginning to end. The hotels were excellent, the cuisine was excellent, and we were given complete freedom to do and see as we pleased.
The vistas are stunning, and there was plenty of time to photograph them. We also had our fantastic driver, Youssef, who gave us a tour of the nation and answered all of our questions. We already miss you, Youssef! I've never had a more enjoyable road trip, and I would suggest it to everyone. IT WAS AMAZING!
Starting in Agadir, we scheduled a Desert Tour in Merzouga. With the 4WD, my friend, brother-in-law, and I were picked up from the hotel and driven across the country. I've looked at a variety of Bedouin tents, ranging from the most basic to the most magnificent. A stunning view of the beach, mountains, and sky. Camels, donkeys, sharps, and rally drivers abound. In one of the tents, you may drink tea while watching a folk dance, while in another tent, you can have a traditional meal (very tasty).
Everything, including the history, was taught to us by our guide. He was really helpful and answered all of our inquiries. We made several photo stops at various locations. Overall, it was an exciting and engaging experience that was a lot of fun and well worth the money.
Agadir desert tour
It was a fantastic vacation; first and foremost, we appreciated Touring in Morocco's patience in email contact, and we were able to confirm the trip after several discussions. Youssef met us at the train station the day we arrived in Agadir and drove us to our hotel, which was a terrific start.
Youssef was really kind and attentive throughout the procedure, making us feel safe and secure when traveling outside. We were able to freely discuss meals, lodging, and transportation with him. We were left off in Marrakech later, and he was gracious enough to accompany us to the ticket office to purchase our remaining tickets, which was fantastic.
The journey departs from Agadir and provides several breathtaking sights. For example, you’ll go to Marrakech, which has great tourist sites, and Merzouga, which has stunning sand dunes.
Our 7-days desert trip from Agadir includes a pick-up service from your hotel or airport to begin the journey and drop-off service at the finish.
You will be escorted by the best of our guides and drivers on our 7-day trip itinerary in Morocco departing from Agadir. You will be accompanied by an English-speaking local guide who will describe the key things you will see.
This trip will take you to a variety of intriguing spots where you can capture some great photos. Merzouga’s Sahara desert and Ait Benhaddou’s kasbah are the most intriguing destinations.
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Sites overview of the 7 days tour from Agadir:
Merzouga is a village in southern Morocco on the Algerian border, at the Sahara Desert’s entrance, 200 kilometers from Tinghir and 350 kilometers from Ouarzazate. The world-famous sand dunes of Merzouga are the city’s most well-known feature.
It is located near the Erg de Chebbi, which has some of the most spectacular dunes in the Sahara as well as Morocco’s highest permanent dunes. Along with the Erg of Chegaga, it is Morocco’s only erg (or Chigaga). Merzouga, located about fifty kilometers from the Algerian border, is one of the last cities in Morocco before entering the Sahara.
Merzouga is a desert region with a severe, hot, and dry environment. The average temperature in the summer can reach 45 degrees during the day and 25 degrees in the winter, however, both seasons can see temperatures close to zero degrees at night. So remember to include something warm in your luggage.
Precipitation is rare, but when it does happen, it is frequently heavy and stormy. Merzouga has a low incidence of poor weather and always has a clear sky, both during the day and at night, making it ideal for stargazing.
Merzouga lies only a few kilometers away from the Dayet Srij lake, which may be seen after traversing the massive dunes. It offers a spectacular view of the dunes as well as abundant animals. You will be enchanted by the peacefulness that exudes from this spectacular site. What a sight it is to witness pink flamingos or white storks gliding over the blue of the lake, with the magnificent Merzouga dunes in the backdrop. This odd terrain has a captivating allure. It’s odd to come upon a pool at the desert’s edge.
Ouarzazate is located at the confluence of the Dades valleys (both from the High Atlas), which together form the Draa river. It is the nerve center for a large section of southern Morocco. Ouarzazate conjures up images of the High Atlas’ southern slopes as well as the desert’s closeness.
The climate of Ouarzazate is desert, with just 112 millimeters of yearly rainfall. In the summer, rainfall is sparse and erratic, if not non-existent. In the winter, temperatures are warm at night, while the heat is strong throughout the day in the summer. The vegetation is scarce, and cultivation is only viable because the Oued drâa’s waters are used to irrigate agricultural land.
The city’s icon is the Taourirt Kasbah, which belonged to Pasha El Glaoui and was erected in the middle of the 18th century. It is shown on the new 50 dirham banknotes as it is next to the medina.
Kasbahs may be found in abundance across Morocco. The Kasbah stronghold of Ait Benhaddou is the largest and most visited. Unesco has classified this monument as a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1987. The Kasbah, on the other hand, was built by the Glawi family and dates back to the 11th century.
In addition, the caravan Touareg nomads who used to travel 52 days from Tombouctou are well-known in this area. They came to trade salt since the area had a river named Oued El Maleh, where Oued alludes to the river and Maleh to the salt.
There are around seven stories in that building, each with multiple clay and mud dwellings. The main one is up top, and it’s where they used to store salt for other visitors who wanted to trade.
This location has been used in a number of films and television shows. For example, popular films such as Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia were filmed there.
Morocco’s most popular tourist attraction is Marrakech. As a result of its hue, it is also known as the tourist city and the red city. This huge and picturesque city is one of Morocco’s four imperial cities. It was created in 1062 by Yusuf Ibn Tashfin.
The Jemaa el Fnaa plaza in Marrakech is well-known. In reality, snake charmers and those doing Halka “street performance” may be found there. Due to the fact that it is the city’s market or souk, you may encounter vendors selling a variety of items.
The mosque of Koutoubia is located close to the heart of Jemaa el Fnaa. It is also known as Kutubiyya, and it is Marrakech’s largest mosque, with a 773-meter-high tower. It is forbidden for non-Muslims to enter. The only mosque in Casablanca that allows it is Hassan II Mosque.
In Marrakech, there is a beautiful park named Majorelle for art enthusiasts. This art gallery was made by the French artist John Jacques Majorelle and is devoted to Morocco. Also, keep in mind that this garden took 40 years for this French artist to develop.
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