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08 days from £899 pp Including flight from LHR
Join this remarkable eight-day tour and discover the fascinating Moroccan south and the Sahara Desert. Cross the Draa Valley, taking the former Paris-Dakar Road, one of the most scenic roads in Morocco, lined with palm groves, picturesque Kasbahs, pisé houses, and a thousand shades of red. Beginning and ending in Marrakech, this exciting 4×4 trip features sustainable, eco-friendly accommodation, includes local social projects, and supports local environmental protection plans. Choose this journey to cross moonlike desert landscapes, embrace the impressive dunes of the seemingly endless Sahara, and get closer to the nomadic desert culture of southern Morocco.
Day 01 : Depart London Heathrow and Arrive Marrakech
Day 02 : Marrakech
Day 03 : Marrakech – Ouarzazate – Boumalne Dades
Day 04 : Boumalne Dades – Tineghir – Nkob – Draa Valley – Zagora
Day 05 : Zagora – Tamegroute – M’hamid – Chegaga Dunes
Day 06 : Chegaga Dunes – Iriki Lake – Foum Zguid
Day 07 : Foum Zguid – Tazenakht – Taliouine – Marrakech
Day 08 : Fianl Departure
Marrakech: Standard Hotel Category = Les Oudaya or similar 3*
Boumalne Dunes: Standard Hotel Category = Kasbah Tizzarouine or similar 3*
Zagora: Standard Hotel Category = Kasbah la Fibule de Draa or similar 4*
Chegaga: Standard Hotel Category = Bivouac Le nomade (dar Azawad) or similar (Desert Camp hotel standard)
Foum Zguid: Standard Hotel Category = Bab Rimal or similar 4*
Ouarzazate: Visit the fortified village of Kalaat M’Gouna, famous for its fascinating yearly rose festival.
Boulmane Dades: Explore this charming town near the mesmerising ‘Rose Valley’, where the cultivation of roses, creating wondrous rose water, essential oils, and beauty products are the locals’ main economic activities.
Zagora: This interesting desert outpost is the point where the ancient Saadi dynasty set off to conquer Timbuktu.
Chegaga Dunes: With a remoteness that attracts only the most adventurous travellers, these impressive dunes can reach up to 60 metres in height.
Marrakech: Visit lively Marrakech, admire the famous Koutoubia Mosque, the beautiful Bahia Palace and wander through the bustling Jemaa el-Fnaa market.
What do I need to bring?
Visitors should not wear sleeveless shirts, shorts, short skirts or skimpy clothing when visiting religious or official buildings in Morocco. Sun protection, sunglasses, a hat and mosquito repellent can be very useful during your stay.
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