Day 1: Marrakech – High Atlas Mountain — Ouarzazate – Zagora

Early departure towards the High Atlas. Cross through the 2,260 meters above sea level mountain port of T'ichka and visit the old Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, where many movies were shot such as Gladiator, Prince of Persia ….Next, continuing to the South to Ouarzazate which named “Hollywood of Morocco” stop for lunch. Then, visit Taourirt Kasbah before we continue south over the Tizi-n-Tnifift pass untill we arrive to Agdz and drive near by Dra’a Valley rich of Palm plantations along the way then stop in one of the amazing panoramic to to see the ocean of palm trees Continue to Zagora, there your camels waiting for you to start your camels trip about about 2hrs spend the night under nomadic tent.

Day 2: Zagora – Draa Valley — M'hamid ––Chegaga

After the morning meal, we will driver to Chegaga through the palm-lined Draa river valley and its surroundings especially the Jewish quarter in Amzerou and the palm groves. Afterwards, we continue our trip towards the doorway to Sahara Desert (Mhamid). Along the way, we stop in the the original town of the 16th century dynasty ( Saadian), Tamgroute, to visit an old Coran library and a subterranean kasbah. We arrive to Mhamid where the Draa valley and civilization end. Lunch as a desert Pic Nic,then we take direccion to Erg chegag we arrive before the sunset you will start the nomadic life by riding the camels and travel along the desert with its different facet of life and also diverse components. Dinner and night will be enjoyed under the nomad tent or under the starlit in the midst of nice sand dunes.

Day 3: Chegaga sand dunes “ Foum Zguid “ Taznakht “ Marrakesh

After enjoying the sunrise up the sand dunes, breakfast is served to you, then departure from Erg Chegaga via the old Paris-Dakar road to Foum Zguid, Passing by the natural dried lake of Iriki. 30 years ago this lake was full of water and different kinds of birds. Lunch in the berber village Taznakht It was a former trading post for this large region. This little Berber village is one of the biggest centers of carpets in the kingdom. we will continue to Marrakech.