Best Tour 7days/6nights From Marrakech

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Duration

7 days and 6 Night

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

20 people

Languages

English, Espanol, Francais

About this tour

Trip 7 Days /6 Nights from Marrakech to the Sahara Desert. Discover the authentic Morocco with Desert and Atlantic Coast Tour. Bidouan Tours

Included/Excluded

  • Private A/C Vehicle, 4X4 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado or Deluxe Van for 7 days + Fuel.
  • English speaking driver / Guide.
  • Pick up & Drop off at your Marrakech Airport or Casablanca Airport.
  • Ensuite rooms with A/C in typical hotels, Luxury Hotels & Riads with dinners and breakfasts.
  • Camel Ride (Bidouan Tours) .
  • Tips
  • Drinks
  • Lunches
  • Extras

Itinerary

Day 1 :Marrakech - Ait Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate - Agdez.

Departing from your hotel or riad in Marrakech by 4x4 for Agdez, we cross the High Atlas via the Tichka Pass. We stop at several kasbahs along the way, including Kasbah Talweet. Now in ruins, after the last Pacha fled the country and the French left, it belonged to the Galaoui family, known as the Masters of the Atlas. We continue on to Ait Ben Haddou, along the Onela valley, to discover Morocco's most famous Kasbah. We take picturesque, winding roads through the Atlas Mountains. We continue south to Agdez and the entrance to the Draa Valley.

Day 2 : Agdez - Zagora - M'Hamid - Chegaga Dunes

Departure After breakfast, we take the ancient caravan route, passing through desert villages and gardens. You'll observe the local way of life as you travel through oases. We continue to M'Hamid, at the gateway to the Sahara desert, and stop at our superb camp, Nakhla, for lunch. You'll walk by camel, then continue by 4x4 through the Chegaga dunes. Then we continue our journey away from civilization: you'll be in the desert, where silence and vast expanses reign. You'll spend the night in a Bedouin tent to experience life in the desert.

Day 3 : Chegaga Dunes - Taznakht - Taliouine - Taroudant

We cross the Sahara, the rocky desert and the dry lake of Ireki. We head north to Tzanakht via Foum Zquit, famous for its Berber carpets. Then on to Taliouine, in the heart of Morocco's saffron-growing region. Lunch and on to Taroudant for the night in a riad or hotel.

Day 4 Taroudant - Agadir - Taghazout - Essaouira

In the morning, you can discover the small town of Taroudant, known as "Little Marrakech" for its ramparts and medina. We continue along the valley of the Souss river through the argan forest that supplies the essential argan oil industry. The road from Agadir climbs along the coast of Paradise Valley, passing through the fishing village of Taghazout, with the mountains in the background. On arrival in Essaouira, you'll explore the town and medina at your own pace, enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of the bohemian boutiques and cafés. Stroll along the seafront, lined with restaurants serving fresh fish caught in the Atlantic Ocean.

Day 5 : Essaouira - Marrakech

This morning, we took advantage of our free time to drive to Essaouira. Afternoon transfer to Marrakech. Dinner and accommodation in Marrakech

Day 6 : Day trip Discover Marrakesh

In the morning and after breakfast, visit the city of Marrakech, which rises like a mirage at the foot of the snow-capped peaks of the High Atlas. Surrounded by gleaming red walls, it's known as the "red city". Marrakech gave its name to the Kingdom of Morocco. Koutoubia: Visit one of the largest mosques in the Islamic East. Palais de la Bahia: Built in the late 14th century, this palace is surrounded by an 8-hectare garden, and comprises a succession of luxurious secret apartments that open onto inner courtyards. Saadian tombs: Several mausoleums were built in the 18th century to house the remains of thirteen kings of the Saadian dynasty. The beautiful souks of Marrakech: crammed into the heart of Marrakech, the traditional economic hustle and bustle of life, where everything is hidden and yet everything can be seen. In the streets of the Medina, you'll find craftsmen and above all artists, jewelers, dyers, blacksmiths, carpenters... The magnificent Jemaa El Fna

Day 7

After breakfast, transfer to the airport

Durations

3 – 5 hours
5 – 7 hours
Multi day

Language

English
Espanol
Francais

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Best Tour 7days/6nights From Marrakech
Sarah
05/27/2022

A Brilliant Trip

We have been on a couple of cycling trips before and this one was probably the best. Tri our guide was outstanding and all our fellow cyclists were a great bunch of people. We got a real flavour of life in Vietnam. Lots of interesting food.The meals were good and plentiful. Thought we would lose weight but didn't! Good Hotels. Many highlights but a couple or so to point out,Whale Island and Hoi An, the 30km exhilarating downhill ride and cycling in city centre traffic...... great fun but leaves your heart racing. It is quite full on which leaves you wanting to spend more time in some of the places visited. The usual pattern is arrive at 5 - 6 pm, leave at 7.15 next morning. However we did find time to swim in the hotel pools. Overnight train was great fun ....all part of the adventure. To cover the length of the country there are some longish times in the bus but the bus was comfortable but great chance to talk with your fellow travellers. This also gives you time to see more of the country and people watch. Staggered us how much could be piled on a scooter!The bikes were ideal for the road conditions as well as being clean and very well maintained. At the frequent refreshment/rest stops there was lots of juice, water, fruit, nuts and biscuits. The driver and bike mechanic were very friendly and very competent. Great organization, things happened when Tri said they would.
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Best Tour 7days/6nights From Marrakech
Sarah
05/27/2022

A Brilliant Trip

We have been on a couple of cycling trips before and this one was probably the best. Tri our guide was outstanding and all our fellow cyclists were a great bunch of people. We got a real flavour of life in Vietnam. Lots of interesting food.The meals were good and plentiful. Thought we would lose weight but didn't! Good Hotels. Many highlights but a couple or so to point out,Whale Island and Hoi An, the 30km exhilarating downhill ride and cycling in city centre traffic...... great fun but leaves your heart racing. It is quite full on which leaves you wanting to spend more time in some of the places visited. The usual pattern is arrive at 5 - 6 pm, leave at 7.15 next morning. However we did find time to swim in the hotel pools. Overnight train was great fun ....all part of the adventure. To cover the length of the country there are some longish times in the bus but the bus was comfortable but great chance to talk with your fellow travellers. This also gives you time to see more of the country and people watch. Staggered us how much could be piled on a scooter!The bikes were ideal for the road conditions as well as being clean and very well maintained. At the frequent refreshment/rest stops there was lots of juice, water, fruit, nuts and biscuits. The driver and bike mechanic were very friendly and very competent. Great organization, things happened when Tri said they would.
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Best Tour 7days/6nights From Marrakech
Robert
05/27/2022

Excellent, probably the best yet.

This was an amazing trip. Totally fell in love with Vietnam, We did so much in such in two weeks. The cycling, somehow. only felt like a small part of the experience as there were so many other things that we did. Each day was full on, exceptionally well organised, great food, etc Been on a few cycle trips, and I think this was the best one so far.

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