Morocco Nomad Journeys

3 days from Marrakech to Merzouga


You will travel across the gorgeous landscapes of the nation on this trip, getting a firsthand look at its people and culture. You’ll also get to explore some of Morocco’s most well-known sights, like the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert, on your 3-day excursion.

In addition, when you go through the Gorges of Dades and gorges of Toudga, you will have the chance to experience the allure of rivers and palm trees beside the way. These historical sites include the history of the Kasbah of Ait Be Haddou and Ouarzazat City, a significant filmmaking centre.

The plan will thereafter include a visit to the desert’s magic. The finest sunsets and sunrises on earth may be experienced in Merzouga, a region of the Sahara desert.





As soon as you touch down at the Menara airport in Marrakech, our three-day journey will officially begin. After that, we'll go directly to Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah by traveling via Tizi-n-Tichka in the High Atlas (2260 meters above sea level).

The Moroccan Atlas Mountains are home to the fortified little village known as the kasbah of Ait ben Haddou. The town, which the Berber people used as a fortress, was constructed in the eleventh century. The architecture of the kasbah is distinctive and combines African, Arab, and European elements.

When unch is done, we continue our trip across the Marrakech desert through the Road of 1000 Kasbahs and the Skoura Palm Grove to the Dades Gorges. In this region, you can locate mud-brick towns and kasbahs. At a charming neighborhood hotel in the Dades Gorges, you could sleep well.

After a lavish breakfast at your hotel, you'll be ready to see southeast Morocco's magnificent countryside. We'll stop when we drive through Boumalne to get breathtaking pictures of the Dades Valley.

From there, we will continue on to Tinghir, where we will explore the Mellah, or historic Jewish district. We'll keep going to the Todra Gorge from there to observe the 200-meter cliffs. We'll proceed via Tafilalt's picturesque oasis and scenery after lunch.

As you continue, you'll discover that the magnificent Merzouga Dunes are also called the Erg Chebbi dunes, you'll be getting ready for an hour and a half-long camel trip when you arrive to the hotel. This will enable you to enjoy the sunset while riding the camels before going to the camp after the sun has set to spend the night in a traditional nomad tent.

the next day, you'll have morning time to catch the stunning sunrise over the dunes and eating breakfast to get ready to carry on.


Following, we will drive you to Marrakech, often known as the "red city," by winding through the High Atlas Mountains to Ouarzazate City, which serves as the hub for international film production.

You will be dropped off at your lodging when you arrive in Marrakech, where your 3-day trip to the Merzouga desert will come to an end and we ensure that you had an unquestionably memorable trip last for 3 days in Morocco.