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Día 1

Si realiza el viaje en grupo el viaje comienza en el interior de un moderno minibús con aire acondicionado donde nos dirigiremos hacia las montañas del Atlas. Nuestra primera parada es la Kasbah de Ait Ben Haddou.

Esta ciudad amurallada alberga en realidad seis Kasbahs y le sorprenderá el aire antiguo del lugar. Después de nuestra parada en la Kasbah, nos dirigiremos a la ciudad de Ouarzazate. Aquí puede ser testigo del lugar donde se han rodado numerosos éxitos de taquilla de Hollywood. 007: Alta Tensión, Gladiator y Lawrence de Arabia, entre otras, han visto la claqueta en esta ciudad.

Si el programa lo permite, podemos parar en los Estudios de Cine Atlas. La entrada a los estudios cuesta 3 euros y no está incluida en el precio. La entrada a los estudios la realiza por su propia cuenta.

Por la tarde llegaremos al Valle del Draa. Verá un hermoso oasis y un impresionante paisaje que harán que no deje de hacer fotos. Al final del día nos encontraremos con nuestros camellos y montaremos hasta el campamento bereber en el desierto.

Estancia por la noche

La estancia por la noche en las tiendas bereber incluirá una suntuosa cena por la noche y desayuno por la mañana. Tiene la posibilidad de mejorar su alojamiento y alojarse en lujoso campamento en el desierto con ducha.

Día 2

Al día siguiente regresaremos a la ciudad desértica de Zagora donde desandaremos nuestro viaje a través del Valle del Draa. Atravesaremos las montañas del Atlas y llegaremos a Marrakech sobre las 6 o las 7 de la tarde.

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  • Conduzca a través de las montañas del Alto Atlas y Tizi n’Tichka.
  • Visite la Kasbah en Ait ben Haddou, Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO desde 1987 y en la que se han rodado varias películas.
  • Viaje en camello al atardecer a un campamento bereber en el desierto.
  • Visite Ouarzazate, el Hollywood de Marruecos, con los estudios de cine más grandes de Marruecos.
  • Pase una noche en un campamento bereber en el desierto con una fogata y entretenimiento musical.



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  • Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars

    Very good customer service and communication, camells, food, camp and the Berber guides and musicians were great, only negative was the drive there and back was much much longer than we realized with lots of dusty construction along the way - like 12 - 13 hours in the car over 2 days was a bit much but I guess riding a camel at sunset made it worth it.

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Incredible. My girlfriend and I didn't know what to expect, but Mr. Mehdi provided an incredible trip. The desert was beautiful, the stops along the way incredible and all in all I would suggest it to any friend.

    Mr. Mehdi was quick to respond, punctual and extremely helpful. Thank you for helping my girlfriend and I have an incredible time as we toured Morocco.

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Lovely experience overall but two things to keep in mind:
    - It gets VERY cold in the desert once the sun goes down, even with the blankets and beds provided. Bring very warm clothes.
    - It is a very long bus ride to the desert camp. We stopped for only about 2 hrs at each city and the rest of the days were spent on the bus. It was about 6-7 hours in the bus each day.

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    The trip was fun! And I cause the admin on the WhatsApp so much trouble. But they did a great job! Totally worth it. Definitely will book from here again when I visit Morocco!

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  • Guest - Victoria Barry

    Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars

    amazing value for money considering all thats included! we visited the Ben Ait Kasbah, seen where many films and tv shows were filmed with a tour by a local, camel trekked in the desert during sunset, entertained and fed by the hosts in the camp, got up for a sunrise and visited the movie studios and traditional berber workshop on the way back.
    the journey through the Atlas Mountains is definitely not for the faint hearted! you reach the peak at over 2000 feet and there are some scary hair pins and cliff edges! be prepared for 10 hours to get from Marrakech to the desert on the way out however and about 8 on the way back!
    a great trip if you want to see authentic Morocco and excellent value for money!

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  • Guest - Justyna Korchow

    Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Very friendly staff, good food, authentic yet comfortable stay! Definitely worth the upgrade if staying in winter as it gets very cold at night. As we are a group of 3 girls we were slightly skeptical, but everything exceeded our expectations! Highly recommend. Justyna

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  • Guest - Marta Freitas

    Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Just came back home after a week in Morocco and this desert trip is amazing. The Berber guides were really friendly and helpful and the entire experience from the camel ride to the sleepover in the desert is just breathtaking.
    The journey is quite long, so expect a long drive with some construction works along the way. It can get a bit (a lot!) unconfortable if it is hot. Be aware that the stops along the way include a guided visit to the villages (Ait benhaddou and Ouarzazate) and this is not included in the price. This is not mentioned in the description of the tour. But the guides are really good and it's money well spent.
    The only negative thing that I will point out is the fact that they will pick you up from the hotel but not doing the drop off. If you are staying in a resort, like we were, this is quite inconvenient and you have to pay an extra taxi journey to get back to the hotel. For us it would make sense to have pick up and drop off.

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