3 days tour from Errachidia to Merzouga
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Highlights of our tour:
3 days tour from Errachidia to Merzouga desert. Two nights are planned in the desert of Erg Chebbi. Hence, we travel from Errachidia to Rissani and reach Merzouga. Then, you take a tour in the desert to meet nomads who live in tents near the border. Secondly, you experience a camel trekking trip and spend a night at the desert camp. Finally, we drive to visit fossil factories in Erfoud and stop in Ziz Valley then end the tour in Errachidia. Our tour includes pick-up and drop-off services.
Day 1: Merzouga -Errachidia:
The first day of our tour will start by picking you up from the airport. We will stop in Ziz valley to enjoy a panoramic view and head to Erfoud. Here, we visit the market of date fruit and dive to Rissani. In this town, there is another traditional market to visit. Finally, we drive to Merzouga and spend a night at the hotel or Riad.
Day 2: Merzouga Day Trip and Camel Trip:
After breakfast, we drive you to visit desert areas. Firstly, we visit Khamlia village. The people of this village came from Mali as slaves, but now they are living with Berbers as one family. Thus, you will enjoy their Gnawa music and drive to the black desert. There, we visit nomads and have Berber pizza with them. Besides, we move to the mines of Mifisi and experience a panoramic view of the whole desert. Also, we drive to visit Sahrij Lake that is home to different immigrant birds. Finally, you start your camel trip to the camp. You will make a stop in the middle of the desert to enjoy the sunset view and experience sandboarding. At the camp, you have a delicious dinner and enjoy music around the fire.
Day 3: Merzouga- Errachidia:
Today, you wake early to watch the sunrise view. After that, you have a shower breakfast ride camels back, and keep our trip on. We will drive you to visit the fossil Museum in Erfoud. Locals hunt fossils in the mountains and use them for fountains, tables, and other materials. Thereafter, we visit one of the oases of palm trees in Aoufous and stop again in Ziz Valley. Finally, we drive to Errachidia and drop you off at the airport. Our 3day tour from Errachidia ends here.
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Morocco has numerous lovely palm trees, and you will cross the Oasis Tall before you get to the dunes from the imperial towns of Fez or Marrakech to the huge Saharan Desert. The landscape begins to evolve as you pass through numerous cities and territories and mark the beginning of the ‘desert.’ While many visitors rush the region between the Sahara and Marrakech, people who want to see rural Moroccan life take time to admire the Ziz Valley. The area of the area is a small countryside of the Sahara.
Merzouga Sahara desert
When you think about Morocco, you immediately think of the Sahara Desert. This huge desert may be found in southern Morocco. Merzouga is one of the desert’s entrance points. Merzouga isn’t particularly interesting, and you won’t need to remain here for long. However, here is the location from whence you will go to the Erg Chebbi desert (part of the Sahara).
You may engage in a variety of enjoyable activities at Erg Chebbi. It is possible, for example, to spend the night in the desert while camping in a Berber desert camp. Alternatively, you might go on a camel ride or explore the sandy hills on a 4×4.
The Dades Gorge Valley in Southern Marocco is without a doubt one of the most magnificent. The Dades River Thrills is situated between the towns of Boumalne Dades and M’semrer in the south-mass area, which runs along the arid and desert landscapes to irrigate the many oasis on the banks and Fig Plants, Date Palms, and the other Almond trees. The river of Dades. It is thought that the valley gives Marocco the best dates.
The Dades valley is an exceptional tourist attraction with its ochre cliffs and red-tiled burned meadows, on which summer heat shockfully strikes.