4 days trip to explore southern Morocco and the Sahara.


4 days trip to explore southern Morocco and the Sahara.

About This Trip:

Morocco is a country with a wide range of landscapes and attractions. From the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts to the snow-capped Atlas Mountains and the desert in the south, there is always something new to discover. The diverse and picturesque nature of the country is sure to impress, with the opportunity to explore the desert on a camel or hike through the stunning High Atlas Mountains. No matter what you choose to do, you will enjoy your time in Morocco and all that it has to offer.


  • Visiting UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ksar Ait Benhaddou.
  • Visiting the Biggest Gorge of Morocco, Todra and beautiful Skoura Palm Oasis.
  • Visiting Amridil kasbah
  • Stunning views of the "Thousand Kasbah Road"
  • Private sunset desert trip and camel ride on the sand dunes
  • Dramatic view of the Todra gorge and the Atlas Mountains
  • Fantastic accommodations



  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • 1 bottle of Mineral Water per person per day
  • Fully Guided
  • Professional driver
  • An experienced & multilingual driver/guide


  • Personal expenses
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Drinks

Tour Plan

First day: Departure from the city of Marrakech to discover the magic of the Moroccan south.

Escape the bustle of Marrakech and venture into the breathtaking Tizi n'Tichka pass, where you can witness the daily life of rural villages. In the afternoon, visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Ksar of Ait Benhaddou, a beautiful and well-preserved example of South Moroccan architecture. This kasbah is one of the finest in the country and is a must-see for anyone interested in Moroccan history and culture.

Next, your journey will take you to the city of Ouarzazate, known as the "Hollywood of Africa" due to the many films that have been shot there, including Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator, and Star Wars. For the night, you will stay in Skoura, a beautiful oasis surrounded by vast palm groves and offering stunning views of the Atlas Mountains.

Day 2: The start of a tour of Wonderland from the journey to the discovery of the magic of southern Morocco.

Start your day by visiting the iconic Kasbah Amridil, then embark on a journey along the road of a thousand Kasbahs towards the Sahara Desert. As you travel, you will pass through the dry and rugged Boumalne Dades. Along the way, be sure to stop at the Todra Gorge, also known as the Grand Canyon of the Sahara. This massive trench rises over 300 meters, offering breathtaking views and a truly dramatic natural sight in Morocco.

Today, you will have the opportunity to explore the stunning limestone stacks that offer the perfect setting for a leisurely hike. As the day comes to a close, you will settle into a luxurious desert camp in Merzouga. Here, you will be surrounded by breathtaking reddish-hued sand dunes that reach up to 150 meters in height, creating an otherworldly landscape. Take a short camel ride at sunset, then return to your camp for a traditional dinner and a cozy campfire. As you drift off to sleep, you will be lulled by the soothing sounds of the desert.

Day 3 : The continuation of the visit to the wonderland of the journey to discover the magic of the Moroccan south

Today, you will have the opportunity to explore the city of Rissani, located in the southern part of Morocco. This city is known for its location at the gates of the desert, at the crossroads of two major trans-Saharan routes, and a few kilometers from a river and an oasis. This strategic location was the reason for the building of the tradepost of Sijilmasa here in the middle of the 8th century, on the outskirts of modern-day Rissani. After exploring Rissani, you will continue to NKOUBE for a lunch break. From there, you will head to Alnif, a lonely stretch of desert road in southeastern Morocco. Alnif and the surrounding basin are known as the best place in Morocco, and one of the most renowned in the world, for collecting the prehistoric creatures known as trilobites.

After enjoying our time there we continue to Agdz The city lies at the foot of Djebel Kissane and on the banks of the river Draa. A long oasis stretches between Agdz and Zagora. Villages have been built around the old kasbahs and green palm groves are spread along the road.

Day 4 : The last day of the journey to discover the magic of the Moroccan south

After a hearty breakfast, you will embark on a new adventure through the Djbel Kissane before reaching the city of Ouarzazate. Known as the "door to the desert," Ouarzazate is a small town located in the High Atlas mountains of south-central Morocco. It was famously used as the setting for the city of Pentos in the popular television show Game of Thrones. At the end of the day, your adventure will come full circle as you return to the starting point of your journey - the vibrant city of Marrakech.

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No,you better choose the flight that suit you

Sure, a driver/tour guide will be always with until you take off back home


WI-FI is everywhere you stay in Morocco and even on board

As long as you are in Morocco you better pay by credit card or Moroccan Dirham. Otherwise, you can use Euro, dollars or any other currency


Yes, you will find your host holding a card with your name, waiting to drive you to your hotel to settle in before you start your journey.


No, because of the countries citizens do need a visa to get into Morocco territory


No, for some people do want to get into some historical spots that why we make you free to decide


No, because of the countries citizens do need a visa to get into Morocco territory


It depends! Most foreign nationals entering Morocco do not need a visa. If you are an American, Canadian, Australian/New Zealand, or European passport holder, you will not need a visa. Malaysians, Singaporeans, and some passport holders from Hong Kong do not either. If you are from another country, you may very well need a visa. Please check your local consulate for more information.


No, because of the countries citizens do need a visa to get into Morocco territory


Yes after booking we contact you the names of accommodations


We always offer a free time for our customers to enjoy their own



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