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Private 2-Day tour from Marrakech to Merzouga desert with camel ride

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Marrakech, Morocco
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icon2 days  (Approx.)
Hotel pickup offered
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iconOffered in: English and 14 more

Overview

Discover the delights of the rugged Merzouga Desert on this adventurous 2-day safari from Marrakech. With logistics like tented accommodation, meals, and round-trip transport from your Marrakech hotel included, delve deep into the Merzouga Desert on camelback with your guide. Enjoy a relaxed pace of live among traditional Berber villagers, visit the UNESCO–listed Aït Benhaddou, and watch the sun set behind the soaring High Atlas mountains.
  • Explore the Merzouga Desert on this camping safari from Marrakech
  • All the key logistics are covered, leaving you free to relax
  • Trek into the wilderness of a camel safari with your guide
  • Hassle-free round-trip transport from your Marrakech accommodation
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Breakfast
Dinner
Pick up from your Marrakech riad /hotel.
Transport in A/C comfortable vehicle
English speaking driver / guide.
Camel ride in Sahara desert
Sleeping in desert camp.
Drop off at your hotel in Marrakech
Lunches and drinks
Entry fees for museums, monuments
tips
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
  • Service animals allowed
  • Infant seats available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • OPERATED BY Trek Morocco Desert

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Learn more about cancellations.


Traveler Tips


  • "We set out at 5:15am which gave me an opportunity to sleep for a couple of hours in the very spacious and air conditioned van." See review

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Amazing! Thank you Abul (tour guide) and Nebil (driver)
rckgrnds
, Jun 2019
This is a MUST DO tour! Abul was a great guide during the two days. We started the first day with a pick up at my riad (hotel) at 5:15am. It was a little earlier than we had originally planned, but the tour manager, who was the tour guide's brother, called to let me know it was a long ride to Marrakesh and he wanted to make sure I got there in time to see the sunset in the Sahara. I was very grateful that he was thinking of my experience. We set out at 5:15am which gave me an opportunity to sleep for a couple of hours in the very spacious and air conditioned van. Our first viewing stop was the Tamedakte Kasbah and village. It was incredible to see these ancient ruins of of the fortified kasbah which served to protect the local village. Abdul offered to stop for breakfast, but I wanted to continue so we forged on. The next stop was Ait Ben Haddou. We had an opportunity to get out of the van and stretch our legs by going up a hill with an ancient gate leading to the village. At the very top of the hill was a lookout post for any advancing forces. Separating the village and kasbah was a river bed. Abdul took the time to explain to me the difference and importance of the two sites and gave me ample time to climb the hill. We continued to the Valley of the Roses and stopped at a shop were they separate the petals and buds from the rose plants. The buds are dried and exported to China for tea and the petals are cooked and turned into oils, lotions and creams. It was very interesting to learn about the process. We then proceeded to Tighir where we once again so a different village and kasbah. This location was previously settled by Jews who still return once a year to pay respect and homage to their ancestors. Within a few miles was the Todgha Gorge which was also an impressive sight. Now I was ready for lunch. We stopped by Maison D'Hotes Anissa where I had Tagine Chicken with carrots, olives, potatoes, zucchini, bread and soft drinks. The food was awesome! After a hearty lunch I took a well deserved nap as we headed to the end of our first day trip. We stopped by the town of Erfoud. Before arriving, we spotted a few nomad tents and underground water channels which have been in use until recently. We made a quick stop at the Macro Fossiles Kasbah shop. I wanted to continue to the end since we were very close, but I'm glad and grateful that Abdul took me there. The Sahara Desert has the most prehistoric marine fossil deposits in the...
icon Response from Host , Jul 2019
Hi there, Thanks for taking a time to write about your morocco tour experience with us. The 2days tour in morocco is one of our popular package to sell for our customers... We are so glad that you are one of our best customer and one of best friends now. Morocco desert tour 2days ,it's a short trip package to visit morocco in few days holiday... We hope to see you again with trek morocco desert and we wish you all the best. Your sincerly friends Nourddine,abdou and nabile TMD TOUR
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