we pick up you from your place stay. You will be driven across the Tizi N’Tichka Pass (2260 m), you will have opportunities to take photos and enjoy the scenes of High Atlas Mountains along with Berber villages on the way. Our next stop is in the village of Aït Benhaddou,having Lunch break then exploring the exotic Kasbah of Aït Benhaddou. From here we head to Ouarzazate where you may have a stop to view the Kasbah of Taourirt that was built by the Glaoui dynasty then to Skoura where you will be mesmerised with the Palm Grove along the way. Continuing on towards Boumalne du Dadès passing by El Kelaa M'gouna (Valley of the Roses), and the Dadès Valley (Valley of One Thousand Kasbahs). Dinner and overnight in a hotel at Dadès Gorges
After breakfast at the hotel, you will leave toward Tineghir then to Todra Gorges. You will have the chance to stop for a panoramic view of the river. Continuing on the road alongside the river to reach the gorges where you will have a break for lunch. Walk on foot through this stunning place while enjoying the views of high rock walls. From here we drive to Merzouga passing by Tinejdad, Erfoud, You may have a stop in Erfoud to visit one of the marble fossils Carriers then continue to your hotel situated on the foots of the orange dunes of Erg Chebbi. You will experience a camel ride to reach the desert camp in the middle of dunes where you will spend the night, enjoy your evening, dine under the stars and sleep in Nomad Berber tent.
This morning, we will depart to Rissani, you will have a short visit to Zawiya Moulay Ali ash-Sharif and you may also investigate the Souk (local market) with the opportunity to see the Fondouks where donkeys gather. Continuing on our drive toward Errachidia passing by Erfoud, our next stop is at the panoramic view of Aoufous Oasis. Later on, you will pass by Errachidia known as the military city due to its numerous garrisons. We May stop at Barrage Hassan Adakhil for photos. In continuation alongside Ziz River, You will enjoy the beautiful scenes of the Ksours and Ziz gorges, you will pass by the French built Tunnel Du Légionnaire( Zaabal).The trip continues through the middle atlas, you will cross Tizi N’Talghom Pass(1907m).Arrive to Midelt where you will have lunch.Afterwards, you will enjoy the great views of Jebel Aachi Mountain with snow-covered peaks. Leaving Midelt toward Azrou where you will have the chance to view the old tree (800 years named Cedre Gouraud) and meet the monkeys in cedar forest.From here we head to Ifran “The Moroccan Switzerland», you will see the stone lion and take pictures. You may have a visit to Al-khawayn (Two Brothers) University. Continuing on our drive To Fes passing by Imouzar Kander. Arrive in Fes and transfer to the hotel of your choice.
Hola...la verdad es que no es facil escribir algun testimonio por que todo es tan fascinante que es necesario vivirlo. Solo puedo agredecer a todos los amigos que conocimos alli por su trato tan hospitalario y amigable y bueno, por supuesto decirles que volveremos...A Jonas, a Hasan, a Kawta, en fin a todo el mundo por hacer de nuestro viaje una autentica aventura que jamas olvidaremos.
Unos de nuestros mejores viajes gracias a ellos, si al guía yunes (nuestro hermano berebere) y al gran chófer Carlos Sainz jeje Hamit. Ellos hacen que estos viajes valgan la pena, su amabilidad su carácter, todo. Hay que volver. \"\"Incluso nos montaron una mini boda berebere\"\" una pasada. Gracias por todo.
La verdad es que es dificil destacar algo de nuestro viaje a marruecos porque ahi que ir para descubrir todos los lugares diferentes que puedes encontrar. Toda la hospitalidad y amabilidad de sus gentes. Gracias a todos en especial a Jonas, Hasan etc, etc que hicieron de nuestro viaje una experiencia inolvidable. Por supuesto volveremos. Gracias por todo.
We visited Morocco last year and me with one of the representatives of Africa Adventures Yunes by chance. He offered to help us and we were a bit reluctant at first. I must say I am so glad that we took up his offer as a guide. He was brilliant, he took us to see places we would never have gone to in Morocco. I would highly recommend him.