Discover the best of southern Morocco in a short time. This three-day trip from Fez to Marrakech offers you the opportunity to explore the Moroccan desert and experience how life in the desert appears with Berber hosts. This experience will be an indelible experience.
Next day, we wake up early to witness the spectacular sunrise from the top of dunes. Later, we hed back by camels to the hotel for breakfast and a shower. Afterward, we drive to magnificent Todgha and gorges which is an ideal area for hiking along the rive. We will spend the second night in a traditional guesthouse in Dades Gorges.
On the third day, we drive to Ouarzazate where we will visit Taourirt Kasbah, Atlas Studios and a UNESCO World Heritage Site Ait Ben Haddou. Later, we drive across the High Atlas mountains and Tizi-T-Tichka (2260m above sea level). We drop you off at your Riad in Marrakech.
What You’ll Do
After a tasty breakfast, we leave for Ouarzazate along the historic caravan trade route Valley of 100 Kasbahs. Once we arrive in Ouarzazate, we visit Taourirt Kasbah and Atlas film studios. Later, we head to Ait Ben Haddou. Ait Ben Haddou has long been a favorite place for Hollywood movies such as Gladiator and many more. This fundamental area is among the most exciting and romantic destinations of Morocco, nestled along rich valleys and burnished mud-brick homes in vibrant color under the blue sky. After lunch, we head to Marrakech via the High Atlas and the Tizi-n-Tichka pass.
Ouarzazate is situated at the junction of the Dades and Draa Valley. This is currently among the most well-known tourist site in Morocco. The town is a favorite stop for tourists on their way into the Sahara Desert.
Upon leaving the city, on the way to Marrakech, the Kasbah of Ait Ben Hadou attracts the interest of the travelers, who are amazed at so much beauty. This monument is well-known thanks to the famous movies that filmed here, its also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Another attraction, that is quite a bit more recent, is that the movie studios. Since the 1960s, an increasing number of filmmakers come to Ouarzazate region to utilize the many all-natural sceneries along with the quality of lighting.
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