7 days tour from Agadir to Merzouga
About This Tour
Morocco itinerary 7 days tour from Agadir includes and excludes:
Highlights of Agadir's 7 days desert excursion:
- Dades Gorges
- Todra has gorges.
- kasbah Ait Benhaddou.
- Merzouga camel trekking
- The desert glamping experience.
- El Fna Jamaa
Morocco itinerary 7 days tour from Agadir overview:
7 days desert excursion from Agadir via Merzouga, Marrakech, Ait Benhaddou, Ouarzazate, Tinghir, and the Boumalne Dades, among other places. This trip may be customized to meet your individual needs, so please contact us at any time to begin arranging yours.
The trip description or basic itinerary is as follows. We will begin our trip to Marrakech, the red city, on the first day, based on your arrival time. On the second day, we’ll go via the Atlas Mountains, Ait Benhaddou, and Ouarzazate. After that, we’ll spend the night at Boumalne Dades. The third day shall be spent in the Merzouga desert. We’ll arrive in the evening, have a camel ride, and spend the night in a Berber camp.
The next day will be spent on a desert expedition where we will learn about the desert and visit Berber nomads here who live in traditional tents. You’ll travel on a discovery trip of Marrakech on the fifth and sixth days. On the last day, we will go straight to Agadir, where our holiday will come to an end.
Itinerary for our Morocco 7 days tour from Agadir:
Day One: From Agadir to Marrakech:
Our 7 days desert trip of Morocco will start in Agadir. We will pick you up from Agadir’s airport or hotel and take you to Marrakech for the a half-day tour. Marrakech, Morocco’s medieval imperial city, is a busy commercial center filled by mosques, palaces, and gardens. After a hard day, we’ll spend the night there.
Marrakech to Boumalne, Day 2:
We will pick you from your accommodation after breakfast here on second day during your 7 days desert holiday from Agadir and transport you to our next location. We’ll go from Marrakech to the Kasbah Ait Ben Hadou through the Tizi Ntichka pass. We’ll take a break at the legendary 2260-meter (6,867-foot) summit for a stunning panoramic view. Following that, we’ll visit the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and famed walled hamlet (Ksar) in Morocco. Lunch will be served at an authentic Ait Benhaddou restaurant.
Following that, we’ll head to Ouarzazate to see the Kasbah of Taourirte and also the Atlas and CLA Studios, where many producers have worked on a variety of films and movies. As a consequence, Ouarzazate has earned the moniker “Africa’s Hollywood.”
In the afternoon, we go to Boumalne Dades through the Valley of the Roses, which is famous for its large rose harvest, which is used to make perfume. There are also cosmetics and rosewater available. For the night, I’m in Dades.
Day 3: Boumalne to Merzouga:
After an early breakfast, you travel from your hotel for the Sahara Desert in Merzouga, where you will engage on another adventure. We’ll start by driving along the Thousand Kasbahs Road, stopping at several Berber settlements along the way. We’ll visit the Todgha Gorges in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains, which are a succession of limestone cliffs.
After that, we’ll continue on our adventure and discover Tinejdad, a Berber settlement known for its palm palms. Then we’ll go to Jorf to observe the historic irrigation system.
Our next destination will be Erfoud. It is a location in southern Morocco where you can see the fossil workers in addition to the Date Market. At the conclusion of the day, we will arrive at the Merzouga desert and check into your lodgings.
Day 4: Merzouga tour:
Our 7 days Morocco itinerary includes a discovery visit to the Merzouga desert, the centerpiece of all our Morocco tours. Our driver will take you to the Qatari owned Morocco National 4X4 Auto Museum. Then we’ll go to Khamlia, a little village about 6 kilometers from Merzouga that is home to the Gnaoua people. There, you may listen to their beautiful music, which is performed on drums and castanets. After that, we’ll drive you to one of Mifis’ ancient MINES to discover where the French acquired their salt and kohl throughout their colonization of Morocco.
Following that, we’ll take you to see one of the nomadic Berber tent families so you can get to know them better. After that, we’ll go to Srij Lake, when camels are housed and flamingos migrate.
In the afternoon, we’ll go to Hassi Labied’s oasis, a little oasis where you can see how they use tunnels to water their fields from wells. Finally, we’ll take you on a camel ride that starts near the sand dunes and concludes at our team of camel professionals. They’ll transport you across the Erg Chebbi sand dunes, where you can get a view of the sunset. You will stay the night at a nearby Berber camp.
Day 5: Merzouga to Marrakech:
On the fifth day of our seven-day desert vacation from Agadir, we will return to Ouarzazate. After you’ve had breakfast, we’ll return the camels to their starting point. We’ll go to Rissani and visit the souk and examine the crafts.
Later in the day, on our way to Ouarzazate, we cross through Draa Valley on our way to Agdez. Following that, we’ll travel across the Atlas Mountains to Marrakech, Morocco’s red city. You’ll have some downtime there. Dinner and breakfast are included in our overnight stay in Marrakech.
Day 6: Marrakech tour:
Today, we’ll explore Marrakech, the world’s second-oldest Imperial city and a popular commerce and tourism destination. The famed Jardin Majorelle, the Bahia Palace, and also the Saadian tombs will all be included on your trip. With its 66-meter-high tower, the Koutoubia Mosque should be seen in Marrakech. In the afternoon, we’ll visit the medina’s main plaza, Jemaa El Fna Plaza, which lights up as the sun sets with traditional storytellers, singers, performers, snake charmers, and the aromas of delicious food grilled over hot coals. We’ll spend the night at the same hotel.
Day 7: Marrakech to Agadir:
Today is the final of our 7 days desert excursion beginning in Agadir. We will drive you from Marrakech to Agadir & drop you to the airport or at your hotel.
Our Morocco itinerary 7 days tour is recommended:
7 days trip from Agadir
I’d never been to Morocco before, and this vacation assured that we made the most of our time there. We took three ladies on a 7 days trip from Agadir to Marrakech, and everything was meticulously planned from start to finish. The lodgings were fantastic, the food was superb, and we were given unlimited freedom to explore and see as we liked.
The views are breathtaking, and there was enough time to photograph them. We also had a terrific driver, Youssef, who took us on a tour of the country and answered all of our concerns. We already miss you, Youssef! I’ve never had a more pleasurable road trip, and I would recommend it to everyone. IT WAS AMAZING!
The very best
We started in Agadir with a Desert Trip in Merzouga. My friend, brother-in-law, and I was picked from the hotel and transported across the country in the 4WD. I’ve seen a wide range of Bedouin tents, from the most basic to the more extravagant. A breathtaking panorama of beach, mountains, and sky. There are plenty of camels, donkeys, sharps, and rally drivers. You may sip tea while seeing a folk dance in one of tents, and eat a traditional dinner in another (very tasty).
Our guide told us everything, even the history. He was quite helpful and answered all of our questions. We stopped for photos at numerous different sites. Overall, it was a thrilling and entertaining event that was well worth the cost.
Tour of the Agadir Desert
It was a beautiful holiday; first and foremost, we enjoyed Traveling in Morocco’s patience in email communication; after numerous conversations, we were able to finalize the trip. Mohamed greeted us at the train station and brought us to our hotel the day we arrived in Agadir, which was a fantastic start.
Throughout the operation, Youssef was really courteous and attentive, making us feel protected and secure when going outdoors. We were able to speak freely with him about meals, housing, and transportation. We were dropped off later in Marrakech, and he was polite enough to take us to the ticket office to buy our remaining tickets, which was wonderful.
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Overview of the sites on the 7 days itinerary from Agadir:
Desert of Merzouga:
Merzouga is a hamlet in southern Morocco near the Algerian border, at the entrance to the Sahara Desert, 200 kilometers from Tinghir & 350 kilometers from Ouarzazate. Merzouga’s world famous sand dunes are the city’s most well-known feature.
It is close to the Erg de Chebbi, which includes some of the most beautiful Saharan dunes as well as Morocco’s tallest permanent dunes. It is Morocco’s sole erg, in addition to the Erg of Chegaga (or Chigaga). Merzouga, around 50 km from the Algerian borders, is one of Morocco’s final towns before entering the Sahara.
Merzouga is a desert location with a harsh, hot, and dry climate. The mean temperature in the summer may reach 45 degrees degrees Fahrenheit during the day & 25 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter, however both seasons can experience temperatures close to 0 degrees Fahrenheit at night. So keep clothing warm in your baggage in mind.
Precipitation is uncommon, but when it does occur, it is often heavy and stormy. Merzouga has little bad weather and has a clear sky, all during the day & night, making it perfect for astronomy.
Merzouga is located a few kilometers from the Dayet Srij lake, which can be viewed after passing over the enormous dunes. It provides a wonderful view of the sands as well as an abundance of wildlife. The tranquillity that emanates from this magnificent location will fascinate you. What a sight it is to see pink flamingos or white storks skimming over the blue of a lake, with the majestic Merzouga dunes in the background. This unusual landscape has a compelling attraction. It’s unusual to come across a pool at the desert’s edge.
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Ouarzazate is situated at the meeting point of the Dades valleys , which create the Draa river. It serves as the nerve center for the majority of southern Morocco. Ouarzazate conjures up memories of the southern slopes of the High Atlas as well as the desert’s proximity.
Ouarzazate’s climate is arid, with just 112 mm of rain per year. Summer rainfall is infrequent and unpredictable, if not non-existent. In the winter, temperatures usually warm at night, and in the summer, the heat is intense throughout the day. The vegetation is limited, and agriculture is only possible because the waters of the Oued drâa are utilized to irrigate farmland.
The Taourirt Kasbah, which belongs to Pasha El Glaoui and was built in the middle of the nineteenth century, is the city’s symbol. It appears on the new 50 dirham banknote since it is located near the medina.
kasbah Ait Benhaddou:
Kasbahs may be found across Morocco. The biggest and most visited Kasbah fortress is Ait Benhaddou. Since 1987, Unesco has designated this site as a Unesco World Heritage Site. The Kasbah, the other hand, were erected in the 11th century by the Glawi dynasty.
Furthermore, caravan Touareg nomads who would journey 52 days from Tombouctou are widely known in this region. They came for trade salt since the region contained a river called Oued El Maleh, with Oued referring to the river and Maleh referring to the salt.
That structure has around seven storeys, each with many clay and mud homes. The primary one is on top, and it used to be where they kept salt for other people who wished to exchange.
This place has appeared in many films and television programs. Famous films like Gladiator & Lawrence in Arabia were shot there.
Marrakech is Morocco’s most popular tourist destination. It also is known as that of the tourist city and also the red city because of its color. This massive and beautiful metropolis is one of Morocco’s four imperial cities. Yusuf Ibn Tashfin founded it in 1062.
Marrakech’s Jemaa el Fnaa square is well known. In truth, snake charmers and Halka “street performers” may be seen there. Because it is the city’s marketplace or souk, visitors may come across sellers selling a range of things.
The Koutoubia mosque is adjacent to the centre of Jemaa el Fnaa. With a 773 m high tower, it’s also known as Kutubiyya and is Marrakech’s biggest mosque. Non Muslims are not permitted to enter. Hassan II Mosque is the one mosque in Casablanca that permits it.
For art lovers, there is a wonderful park called Majorelle in Marrakech. This Moroccan-themed art gallery was created by French artist John Jacques Majorelle. Also, bear in mind that this French artist worked on this garden for 40 years.
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