Tour overview:

Desert tour from Agadir

4 Day

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Camel ride

Many travellers choose the 4 day journey from Agadir, Morocco as their Morocco discovery tour. Our tour, on the other hand, allows you to see the important sights in the southeast of Morocco. From the desert to the Atlas Studios in Ouarzazate, traveling through Morocco’s cleanest city.

Are you looking for an adventure in the Moroccan desert? A 4-day tour from Agadir to Merzouga is the perfect way to experience the best of what the Sahara has to offer.

This tour will take you on a journey through some of the most stunning landscapes in Morocco. From the coastal city of Agadir, you’ll travel inland to the Sahara Desert. You’ll spend two nights in a traditional desert camp, where you can explore the sand dunes, go on camel rides, and stargaze in the clear night sky.

This tour is the perfect way to get off the beaten path and explore a side of Morocco that most tourists never get to see. If you’re looking for an adventure, this is the tour for you!

Tour highlights

    • ⇒ Ait benhaddou

    • ⇒ Dades Gorges

    • ⇒ Camping at a desert camp

    • ⇒ Camel ride

    • ⇒ Zagora

Tour itinerary

Day 1: Agadir - Ait Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate - Dades Boumalane:

It depends on your arrival time in Agadir. If you arrive late in Agadir, you will have one night in Agadir before starting our trip to the desert. We drive to Taliouine, the heart of the Presidium, saffron and we will pass through the argan forest. Then you will have the option to visit the saffron cooperatives in Taliouin and taste tea with saffron. Then we will continue to the Berber village Taznakht and then to Ait Ben Haddou kasbah, the famous and ancient kasbah in Morocco. After Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah we will head to Ouarzazate the Hollywood of Morocco. And the last stop of this trip will be in Boumalane dades. And at night in Boumalane dades.

Day 2: Boumalane Dades - Todra Gorges - Merzouga Desert:

Breakfast at the hotel. Depart for the Todra Gorges: a massive fault, rising to 300 m in a narrow valley with thickstudded palmeries and Berber villages. After lunch in the gorge, we will head to the great dunes of Erg Chebbi where you will take a camel ride (about an hour and a half) to reach your Berber nomad tents, dinner, camp fire, drum part and a one night stay in the desert.

Day 3: Merzouga - Daraa Valley - Zagora:

We will be waiting for you to return from the Berber camp. In Rissani, we can visit the mausoleum of Moulay Ali Cherif the royal fouder of the Alaouite dynasty. He began to reign in the country in the seventeenth century. We stop at the oasis of Tazarine or Alnif. We also drive on deserted plateaus on the back of the Anti-Atlas mountains to Zagora oasis, the last stop today. It is one of the beautiful sites that consists of more than 100 thousand palm trees. Overnight Zagora Hotel or Riad.

Day 4: Zagora - Agdez - Taroudante - Agadir:

After breakfast in Zagora, we will continue our way to Agadir. We will drive through the valley of Daraa with amazing views of palm trees and river water to Agdez where we will stop for meke pictures from a panoramic view. Then we will cross Anti-Atlas through Ait Saoun pass. Then we will cross Anti Atlas pass through Ouarzazate to Taroudante where we will stop to visit this millenary city. After the visit we will head to Taroudante Agadir where we will finish your trip.

Services included in 4 days Tour from agadir Morocco:


    • → Tour in 4x4 vehicle or minibus with A/C

    • → Driver/Guide

    • → Fuel

    • → Hotel overnight stays (breakfast & dinner included)

    • → 1 night in a desert camp (breakfast & dinner included)

    • → Camel ride


  • ⊗ Beverages

  • ⊗ Lunchs

  • ⊗ Drinks

  • ⊗ Tips

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    Things to see in Morocco

    Ait Ben Haddou
    Ait Ben Haddou palace with its unique and attractive architecture has been a natural décor that has attracted international directors to shoot films and series, the most famous of which is “Clash of Thrones”, but many fans of these works do not realize this and do not know that this studio already exists.Ouarzazate (Morocco) – The historic Ait Ben Haddou Palace in the South-East Morocco with its buildings erected in what looks like a fortified castle, to the natural décor of the filming of many international films and series, perhaps the most famous of which is the famous series “Game of Thrones”, after maintaining its architectural authenticity on the heights overlooking the valleys.Although many of the houses of The Ait Bin Haddou Palace in Ouarzazate province have been transformed into shops showcasing traditional industry products, it has preserved its unique and attractive architecture to embrace the depiction of historically or legendary works such as Lawrence of Arabia.
    Cedar forests
    The vast forest in this vast forest, whose visitors are constantly in the winter and summer settling the monkey of Morocco or the endangered Atlas monkey, approach the visitors cautiously, takes from them what fills his hunger inthe unconcerned phones aimed at him to take pictures with him for the memory established in 2004 and with an area of 125,000 hectares, the park is rich in 48,000 hectares of Atlas rice trees, making it the largest area of the world.These trees are clustered in the Mediterranean Sea, accounting for a quarter of the world’s area of Atlas rice and one third of the national area of this type.

    The mountain cedar forests of Ifrane remain areas tourists’ favorites, especially in winter;it’s beautiful, enchanting and elegant for nature lovers.The perennial Gouraud cedar tree, despite the diseases that snort from the inside, continues to raise high towards the sky and its roots are clinging to the ground, in a scene in which it seems to tell the surrounding bushes as well as visitors’ memories of the glory of the past and a long history.The effects of those who passed by and those who had left in turn remained a witness to an era in which man and nature lived in harmony and harmony.
    The city of Ouarzazate is known as the door of the desert and is characterized by its picturesque nature it is surrounded by the Atlas Mountains and oases filled with palm trees and although it is a small city for Tangier and Marrakech it is the largest city in the Moroccan desert and has gained international fame due to the filming of international films. The word ouarzazate is originally an Amazigh word in the sense of noise and it is calledIt also has the name Bab desert and Hollywood Africa and the city is historically famous for having an important strategic location due to its commercial place between the South and the North as it is a site to meet different cultures.The Tawrirt Kasbah is located in the middle of Ouarzazate and occupies an important strategic position in the middle of a junction caravan roads, created in the 17th century A.D., and “Hamadi Al-Kalawi” expanded and built the kasbah of clay and building and has wonderful geometric designs.The  AmridilKasbah dates back to the 17th century AD and is one of the special places where filming is filmed.It is one of the most important villages in the city and is a small village characterized by beautiful landscapes and we advise you to visit it if you visit the city to enjoy taking souvenirs amid the landscape and to get to know the villagers and buy souvenirs from them.  The FintOasis, the city of Ouarzazate is famous for its many oases and is considered the oasis of Al Fant it is one of the most important oases and tourists from everywhere go to enjoy its nature and learn about the simple aspects of life in it.


    When I saw the dunes I remained speechless. Literarly. Fantastic people make you feel like at home, a must-do trip to the gold dunes for over night in a real nomadic tent with a real berber delicious supper and at last for the most stunning, a breath taking sunrise seen from the Biggest of all dunes. Go some 5 km further from Hassilabied to see Gnawa people who perform some traditional dance. Try to destinguish which one is the best among all the berber whiskey (green tea with mint and a looooot of sugar) you are offered anyway you go. Reliable, gentle people;clean cozy rooms and the most superb cuisine (oh how I miss their tajine!!!). I'll be back there for sure

    Chiu Kei T

    Amazing Experience!…MOHA is a True Guide and Better Human Being…He Makes Really The Difference to Enjoy a Remarkable Experience!

    Fully Recommended!


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