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3 Days Tour From Errachidia To Marrakech

From Errachidia

3 Days


The best 3 days tour from Errachidia to Marrakech via Merzouga desert. That to say, you travel via Ziz Valley and visit Erfoud. Then, you reach Merzouga desert for a desert tour and camel trip to the camp. Secondly, you visit Todra Gorges, Dades Gorges, and Atlas Studios. Finally, you explore Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah and end in the imperial city of Marrakech.

Details & Itinerary

Day 1: Errachidia- Ziz Valley-Merzouga

On this first day, we pick up you from the hotel and drive you to Ziz Valley. Here, it is considered one of the longest rivers in Morocco. Thus, you have free time here to enjoy the green groves and traditional life. Further, we drive to Erfoud to visit Fossil Museum and market dates. Moreover, we head to Merzouga desert. Your camel guide will lead you via the golden dunes and enjoy the sunset view and sandboarding. In the camp, you enjoy local dinner and music around the fire, A wonderful night is under the stars.

Day 2: Merzouga- Todra Gorges-Dades Valley

Today will highlight the best view of the sunrise to admire. After breakfast and shower, you ride your camel back to the center. And then, we move to Rissari town. It is home to the Alaouite Dynasty whose the royal family brought up. Thus, you will visit its old market and continue our way to Jorf. There, you discover the old way of watering palm tree groves and then we drive to Touroug, it is also a Berber village that offers a traditional Berber cloth cooperative. In addition, wo drive to a natural oasis in Todra Gorges with high rocks. Finally, we visit Rock Formation and drivela Dades Valley for a night.

Day 3: Ddaes Valley-Ouarzazate- Ait Ben Haddou- Marrakech

The last day of our 3 days tour from Errachidia to Marrakech will be in Marrakech Therefore, after breakfast, we visit the Rose Valley and reach Ouarzazale. The town is also called the Hollywood of Africa where movies are produced like Gladiator and the Game of Throne. So, you visit its Atlas Studios and explore the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. It is the largest Kasbah in Morocco known as a former caravan route for trades between Marrakech and the Sahara. It is a UNESCO Kasbah since 1987 as well. Afterward, you experience a panoramic view in the Tizi-N-Tichka mountain pass. Finally, we drive via Berber villages and their farms and arrive in Marrakech. 

Tour Itinerary

Day 1 –Errachidia-Ziz Valley–Merzouga
Day 2 –Merzouga- Todra Gorges-Dades Valley
Day 3 –Ddaes Valley-Ouarzazate- Ait Ben Haddou- Marrakech

What’s Included

Planning and quality control by seasoned travel leaders
Knowledgeable Guides (Multi-lingual), special lectures, and    insightful meetings
Entrance Fees to Historic Monuments
All Transfers-even individual airport transfers, when required.
Luggage Handling-at all hotels, airport, etc.
Air-Conditioned, comfortable, and luxurious vehicles depending on your choice (4*4, Mini-bus…).
Nights at the top range hotels, Riads, Kasbahs, and Bivouacs.
Elegant Meals (Breakfast daily, and usually either Dinner).
All details are handled by reliable, experienced Tour Leaders.
Outstanding value and convenience.
No hidden add-ons or markup.

What’s Excluded

Travel insurance charges 

Travel Advices



Best time to visit Morocco

The climate in Morocco varies wildly according to the season and area of travel. In the lowlands, the cooler months from October to April are popular among visitors. This time of year is pleasantly warm to hot (around 30°C) during the day and cool to cold (around 15°C) at night. Winter in the higher regions often brings snow and can therefore get seriously cold, particularly at night. Tourists flock to the coastline from June to September for fun in the sun, with warm mostly rain-free days. Further inland it can get hot and rain is rare, which makes the best times to travel March to June and September to December.

Morocco Culture & Customs

Morocco's culture has developed over centuries of influence from far and wide. Contemporary Morocco is a fascinating mix of Berber, Mediterranean, Andalucian, and African traditions, which are present in the cuisine, clothing, music, language, customs, and lifestyle. As an Islamic country, most Moroccans are Muslim; however, there are small populations of people who practice Judaism and Christianity. Classic examples of Islamic architecture can be observed all throughout the country and tenets of the Islamic religion are carried out in the customs and lives of the people. The 'Call to Prayer' can be heard five times a day, women are expected to dress modestly and alcohol isn't drunk by most of the population. 

Most of Moroccan society can be considered traditional, with respect for elders, connection to family, and giving alms to the poor hallmarks of everyday life for many Moroccans. Hospitality is another important element of society, with warmly welcoming people into your home a time-honored tradition and social responsibility that dates back centuries.

Vegetarian and Vegan Options in Morocco ?

Much of Morocco's cuisine revolves around meat, but vegetables are an important staple and a crucial ingredient in many dishes of the Maghreb. Your diet can consist of more than just flatbread and hummus – trust us. Keep an eye out for vegetable-based tagines and couscous, the renowned Zaalouk (a smokey eggplant and tomato salad), vegetable Briouats (triangular-filled pastries), and cinnamon oranges. Vegan options are slightly more limited, as many of the pieces of bread and couscous dishes have butter added to them, but your best bet is to enquire if yours can be made using oil instead. Otherwise, it's easy to dine well on varied vege offerings in Morocco.

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Morocco Tour Add-ons

Cooking class

Quad Buggy Adventure

Yoga Session

Hot Air Balloon

Ceramic & Pottery Workshop

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