DAY 1 MARRAKECH- ALTO ATLAS - SKOURA - VALLE DE LAS ROSAS - GARGANTAS DE DADÈS
In the morning pick up at the hotel or riad of accommodation in Marrakech, and departure to the Gorges of Dadès, passing through the High Atlas, climbing by the port of
Tizi N 'Tichka of 2260m of altitude. Visit the Skoura Valley and one of its kasbahs. We went through the Valley of
Roses, through impressive palm groves and Berber villages, to the beautiful landscape of the Dades Valley.Dinner and accommodation in riad.
DAY 2 TODRA - TINEJDAD - ERFOUD - MERZOUGA (on track)
In the morning, after visiting the Gorges of Todra, we continue our route towards the dunes of Merzouga, traveling through extraordinary landscapes, and stopping in the village of Tinejdad for lunch, 48 km from Tinerhir towards Erfoud.
Estimated arrival near the dunes of Merzouga towards 4 in the afternoon. We left the 4x4 to ride on camel rides for an hour and a
half, enjoying the sunset, until our nomadic haima in the dunes. Tea ceremony and dinner prepared by our Berber chef, followed by an evening with percussion
music by the desert nomads. Night in Haima. (This haimas camp is located in the heart of the desert, all the haimas are
provided with mats, blankets, pillows, sheets and the floor lined with typical Berber carpets) *
Day 3 MERZOUGA - ERG CHEBBI
After breakfast, we will take a walk through the dunes of MERZOUGA, passing through nomadic lands, the village of KHAMLIA (village of the blacks), the MIFISS mines, the
desert plateaus, we will take a tea with the Berber nomads and we will see the TISSARDMINE oasis . We will return to the inn about
noon. In the afternoon we will ride on dromedaries, and we will head towards the dunes to watch the sunset. We will
sleep in a wild oasis located almost two hours away, in the middle of the desert.Night under a haima. Dinner and
accommodation in Haima.
DAY 4 MERZOUGA - RISSANI - ALNIF - TAMNOUGALT - OUARZAZATE
In the morning we reach the 4x4 in a dromedary and get on the Rissani route. There we can visit his famous souq (traditional mrcado); We went through Alnif to Agdz, where we stopped at the old kasbah of Tamnougalt, to have a drink enjoying a landscape of extraordinary beauty. We continued to Ouarzazate. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
DAY 5 OUARZAZATE -Kasbahs of AIT BEN HADDOU and TELOUET- MARRAKECH
In the morning we visit the kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, where famous films such as Gladiator, Tea in the Desert of Bertolucci, Babel, Lawrence of Arabia and many more have been filmed. We continue to climb the Atlas, by the old route that the caravans of the Sahara traveled to reach Marrakech. Located at 1800 meters, there is the extraordinary kasbah deTelouet, former residence of the Glaudi Dynasty. After the visit of the kasbah, we follow the route through the High Atlas back to Marrakech, making several stops to contemplate the spectacular scenery of the route. We eat on the route in a Berber village of the High Atlas and resume the road to Marrakech, where we will arrive in the afternoon. End of our services.
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¿Qué idioma se habla en marruecos?
El árabe clásico es el idioma de la legislación aunque las leyes también se traducen al francés y a veces al español. La lengua mayoritaria hablada por la población es el árabe marroquí, poco a poco influido por la llamada lengua culta. De facto existe una diglosia e incluso una triglosia.