Enjoy a Morocco full of contrasts with this two-day tour. Live the life of an authentic Berber for one night on this journey through the Erg Lihoudi desert. Discover the history of the kasbah of Aït Ben Haddou and admire the landscapes of the Draa Valley. Have fun with a dromedary ride through the dunes and spend a unique night in the middle of the desert under a blanket of stars. An experience you will never forget.


Pick up at your hotel or Riad accommodation in Marrakech at 7:00 o'clock or at the Menara-Marrakech airport as agreed.Departure to the Sahara in the area of M'Hamid, in the south of the country. We stop in a mountain village, Taddart, obligatory stage for every Moroccan traveler ... We pass through the High Atlas, going up by the Tizi N 'Tichka pass of 2260m altitude to the beautiful lunar landscape of the Anti Atlas. We continue to the south of the country, crossing the spectacular Draa Valley, a mosaic of colors created by its palm groves, kasbahs, orchards, and Berber villages. We stopped near Agdz, in the old kasbah of Tamnougalt, to eat on the terrace of a riad enjoying a landscape of extraordinary beauty. Arrived in the desert, where we camped in the haimas between dunes over 100 meters high of Erg Lihoudi, the Dunes of the Jews. Tea ceremony, and dromedary ride to enjoy the sunset. Dinner prepared by our Berber chef, followed by an evening with percussion music. Night in Haima. (This haimas camp is located in the desert, all the haimas are provided with mats, blankets, pillows, sheets and the floor lined with typical Berber carpets)

Day 2 Tamgroute - Zagora - Ouarzazate - Ait Ben Haddou

Return to Marrakech, making several stops to enjoy the scenery; Optional stop in Tamgroute: village of artisans famous for its pottery, and for its ancient Koranic library. Poteries cooperatives can be visited. Stop in Zagora (Wednesday and Sunday) * and Ouarzazate. Visit of the kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO

Arrival in Marrakech and end of our services. (Estimated time: 19: 00/20: 00 h)