4 day desert excursion in Agadir

4 days Agadir desert excursion through Ouarzazate and Merzouga with camel trekking and camping.

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Highlights of Agadir's 4 days desert excursion:

  • Erg Sand dunes of
  • Chebbi
  • Camel rides are available.
  • Berber tent camping.
  • Ouarzazate.
  • The Todgha Gorges.
  • Kasbah Berber.
  • The Atlas Mountains
  • Agdez.

Morocco itinerary 4 days tour from Agadir overview:

Our 4 days desert tour from Agadir takes you to the best of Morocco’s desert and city excursions. We’ll go to Taroudant, Ait Benhaddou’s Kasbah, and Ouarzazate, all of which are intriguing and historically important.
The following days will be a fantastic chance to explore Merzouga’s Sahara desert, one of the country’s most spectacular destinations. There, you may engage in a range of enjoyable activities such as camel riding, quad biking, camping, and more.
After the tour, you will return to Agadir through various attractive sites, including Rissani, the Draa Valley, and the city of Agdez.

Itinerary for our Morocco 4 days tour from Agadir:

First day: Agadir to Ouarzazate:

On the first day of our 4 days desert vacation from Agadir, we will travel to Ouarzazate. We will visit many unique Berber settlements in the Sous Valley. We’ll get the chance to tour Taroudant, sometimes known as “Little Marrakech” by locals. The village was created by the Saadian dynasty as a military garrison to oppose the Portuguese invasion. You’ll also see its historic Medina before heading to Taliouine and Taznakht.

Our next stop will be to Ait Benhaddou’s Kasbah fortress. The latter is the biggest Kasbah in Morocco and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then we’ll go to Ouarzazate’s cinema city. It is well-known for its Atlas Studios, making it an ideal location for shooting. Many movies and television shows, including Prison Break and Gladiator, were shot there. You will be able to see their studios, and at the end of the day, we will bring you to your hotel.

Day 2: Ouarzazate to Merzouga:

After breakfast, we’ll begin our 4 days Sahara desert adventure from Agadir to Merzouga. Before that, we’ll pass via the Skoura and Rose Valley oasis regions on our way to Todgha Gorges. We’ll pause for lunch and to see the canyon’s stunning cliffs. Then we’ll go to Touroug, Erfoud, and Merzouga. When you get in Merzouga, your camels will be waiting for you. You’ll ride them over the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi to a typical Berber tent for the night. Locals will amuse you with music around the fire while you relax and enjoy your time under a gorgeous starry sky.

Merzouga to Agdez, Day 3:

On this day of your 4 days desert trip from Agadir, you will have a fantastic opportunity to view a stunning sunrise from the top of the dunes. After that, you’ll have breakfast before we head to Rissani. We’ll go through a typical market in this city, which becomes crowded on Souk days. Traditional artifacts are available for purchase. Then we’ll go across the Draa Valley, stopping at Alnif, Tazarrine, and Nkob. You’ll have the option of driving off-road via the old caravan route and ancient kasbahs on your way to Agdez.

Day 4: Agadir to Agdez:

After breakfast, we travel from Agdz to Taznakht, which is well known for its Berber gelims and carpets. We pass through gorgeous countryside and the Bouazzer mines on the route. This is a more remote and off-the-beaten-track part of the nation. We will afterwards go west to Agadir over the Tizi-n-Ikhsane and Tizi-n-Tighatine passes. We have lunch at Taliouine, Morocco’s saffron-growing area, where there is a small museum devoted to the art of saffron farming. In the afternoon, the trail returns us to Taroudant, where we follow the often-dry Souss River and countless argane trees on all the mountain slopes back to Agadir, where we arrive at the end of the day.

Our Morocco itinerary 4 days tour is recommended:

4 days excursion departing from Agadir

The trip was fantastic. The most essential thing was that we found Ali to be a very responsible driver and guide, and Aziz to be a really nice and patient gentleman. They drove us to all of the places, and the daily agenda was well arranged. The accommodations were likewise more thoughtful and in excellent operating condition. When compared to other travel companies, the pricing of this travel agency is relatively cheap. In overall, the holiday was fantastic, and Ali and Aziz were lovely and responsible hosts. It is beneficial to travel here.

chris A
December 2019

Tour of the Agadir Desert

We have returned from a wonderful tour through Morocco’s interior to the desert of Merzouga. A journey with Youssef and Hamid, two amazing gentlemen that helped us spend some really happy moments. The hotels where we stayed and the restaurants where we stopped to eat were both excellent, and the night in the desert was wonderful until the news of the border closure due to the coronavirus put an end to our trip, and it was there that these people showed us their great kindness, offering us even their personal wifi data, since we were isolated in the desert, so that we could find flights back to Spain as soon as possible, as ours had been cancelled.
We had roughly 10 hours to go back to Marrakech, and everything went well for them. We would want to thank you for all of your help, and we hope to return one day to finish our journey. Thank you so much, and please accept my hug.

Nickol C
Janauary 2020

Tour departing from Agadir

We are three persons that work with Mustapha from the Morocco expedition to plan excursions and transportation. From Agadir, travel for four days through Morocco’s royal cities. Hassan was our driver during the trip and was incredibly attentive, courteous, well-disposed, and knowledgeable. The automobile was brand new and really comfy. Hamid was incredibly attentive and contacted us every day to see how we were enjoying our holiday. It was an excellent experience that exceeded our expectations. We are really thankful to everyone, and we still have the desert to explore. We would absolutely use them again and highly suggest them.

Hiroka A
January 2019

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Overview of Destinations:

Desert of Merzouga:

Merzouga is a village in southern Morocco along the Algerian borders that is home to a high number of Berbers, the indigenous inhabitants of North Africa. It is around 500 kilometers east of Marrakech, Morocco’s most popular tourist attraction.

Merzouga is a renowned tourist attraction in the Sahara because it is literally “right there” in the midst of the desert. A short walk from the plaza where the lengthy bus stops will take you to a magnificent vista of the massive sand dunes on your right.


The beautiful Ouarzazate stands at the threshold of the great south, a breathtaking combination of oasis, kasbahs, and lush valleys. In a vast desert plateau that draws visitors from all over the globe. Ouarzazate has settled under the shade of its palm trees, leaving behind a rocky expanse battered by all of the Sahara’s winds. Ouarzazate and its surrounds give a wonderful natural environment for filming, attracting Hollywood’s finest producers and directors for years.

Despite the reality that archaeological research has exposed the existence of various cultures that could have lived in this region, in addition to a very old human occupation: stone engravings going to date back to prehistoric times have already been discovered, the region of Ouarzazate is still a mystery to historians.

Ait Benhaddou:

Morocco is very well for its numerous Ksours or kasbahs, that were constructed in ancient times to protect the population of a certain region. Ait Benhaddou’s kasbah is the most well-known. When doing a desert tour in Morocco, you will most likely pass through and stop at this gorgeous site. This little village is a great example of Moroccan clay construction. The presence of the Ounila river in front of this area contributes to its peculiarity; crossing the river is required to enter the village. The inhabitants have put some stones along the walkway to enable you to reach and explore the community.

Ait Benhaddou is both a shooting site and a tourist attraction. This setting has appeared in various films, including Lawrence of Arabia, Kingdom of Heaven, & Gladiator.

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