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2-Day Sahara Desert from Marrakech including Camel Ride
"Day 1: Marrakesh – High Atlas – Ait Ben Haddou – Zagora – Camel Trek – Desert CampYou'll leave Marrakesh at 7am pass through the Atlas Mountains and at 9:30 you will have a short stop for breakfast at the beginning of the mountains in Tadart Village. Afterward you'll see Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah where you will have a long stop to explore The Ksar.Then it's off to Ouarzazate City the Moroccan cinema capital for a lunch stop. After you will pass through Agdz and many Berber villages during your visit of the Draa Valley and its Palmeraie. From there you will make your way to the Zagora Desert to start your 1.5-hour camel ride to the camp where tea and dinner will be served before playing some music around a fire.Day 2: Zagora – Ouarzazate – High Atlas – MarrakeshAfter breakfast you will
From EUR80.00
 
2-Day Private Tour: Atlas Mountains with Desert Camp from Marrakech
"Day 1 : Marrakech - Ait Ben Haddou - Ouarzazate - Zagora - Mhamid - Erg Lihoudi DunesDepart from Marrakech at 7am and head towards Tizn’t Tichka. At an altitude of 7414.7 ft (2260 meters) it is the highest mountain pass in North Africa. Passing through beautiful Berber villages you can discover the colors of the High Atlas Mountains. See the UNESCO world heritage classified Ait Benhaddou Kasbah with a guide after lunch at a local restaurant. Continue in the direction of Agdz and see the beautiful Draa Valley. Take another b where camels will be waiting for you. An hour-long camel trek will bring you to the camp in the dunes of Erg Lihoudi in time for the sunset. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the desert and have dinner around a campfire.Day 2: Erg Lihoudi Dunes - M’Hamid - Zagora - Ouarzazate - MarrakechWake up early and have the unique experience of watching the sun rise over the dunes. After breakfast ride your camel back to M’Hamid where you can take a hot shower in the local hotel. The return route will take you back through Zagora and Agdz
From EUR295.00
 
Private Moroccan Cooking Class and Massage Hammam Experience in Marrakech
"Your cooking class takes place at a Moroccan family's house in the in the heart of the Medina in Marrakech. The place and the house were not built just for the course and they have not been altered - it does not get any more authentic.Arriving at your chef will welcome you and then invite you for a tea ritual and breakfast. You will then get an introduction to Moroccan food and its history before being introduced to the different wonderful spices vegetables and seasoning used in Moroccan cuisine. Then roll your sleeves up and enjoy your comprehensive cooking class by making a main dish two starters and a dessert. Then enjoy your homemade lunch. At the end of the course you will receive a diploma.After all this hard work it's time to relax. Your driver will take you to a nearby hammam a traditional Moroccan spa
From EUR90.00

More Things to Do in Zagora

Tinfou dunes

After driving along about 5 km of flat and stoney terrain to the left comes into sight an orangeish dune of sand in the distance - quite unusual really - and this has been named the 'dunes of...
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angiebabe
Mar 15, 2009

A Camel trek into the desert

Our trip was part of an organised 8 day tour Exodus - Marrakech and The Sahara, but it is easy to arrange camel treks into the desert from Zagora independently.We'd set off from Ouarzazate, stopping...
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suvanki
Nov 18, 2007

Berber camp fire, Zagora

Time for a Berber sing song - complete with plastic bottle drums and tourists sitting watching absolutely knackered (at least I know I was). Deciding to spend the night in the open rather than in the...
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Beefy_SAFC
Oct 29, 2007

Camel riding in the sunset, Zagora

Nice sunset and even nicer knowing that the lions that lived in the area as little as 20 to 30 years ago no longer exist. Human habitation has wiped out many of the main carnivores that used to live...
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Beefy_SAFC
Oct 29, 2007

Grumpy Victor, Zagora

...named after Victor Meldrew, the well known grump on British television. Meet the most miserable camel in Morocco, who along with his fellow camels moaned constantly at having to cart a load of...
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Beefy_SAFC
Oct 29, 2007

Berber and his camel, Zagora

A pretty picture from a camel ride to a Berber camp in the desert on the way to sleep under the stars. No tips here!!!I can hear the girls swooning now (at least my female travel companions were -...
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Beefy_SAFC
Oct 29, 2007
 
 
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Tombouctou, 52 jours

Just a bit of fun, this cod sign can be found at the end of main street just round the corner of the Hotel Palmerie. Of course, it's true purpose is to be photographed, preferably in a situation...
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TheLongTone
Oct 21, 2007

A camel trek into the desert 3

Just before the halfway mark, one of our party had had enough and decided to walk, so her camel was instructed to sit, this was followed by my camel also sitting - GREAT! a break!!! er no, for some...
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suvanki
Sep 01, 2007

Once a famous centre of learning

The small village of TAMEGROUTE , 19 km south of Zagora (and not in the VT database of places) was once once of the most important places in the Draa valley. It owed it's prominence to it's zaouia,...
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TheLongTone
Aug 20, 2007

Oulad Driss

5 km from Mhamid is the village and kasbah of Oulad Driss which made a picturesque stop along the way. Especially as it was harvest time of the wheat so that made for interesting photos with people...
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angiebabe
Jul 08, 2007

Sunrise in the Sahara

After an unsettled few hours sleep, I got up as light was breaking. Leaving our tent, I wandered off over to a sand dune, to enjoy the peace and quiet, to view the sunrise, and feel the warmth of the...
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suvanki
Jul 05, 2007

Timbuktu sign

One of the tourist sights of Zagora is the sign that points Timbuktu (Timbuctou) 52 Jours (days) - the time taken by the old camel train to travel between these 2 trading posts. I was expecting to see...
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suvanki
Jul 05, 2007

A Camel trek into the desert 4

We arrived at our camp as dusk was falling. There were many similar camps dotted around the vicinity, but far enough away as to not be too obtrusive. On the way, we'd seen a few 4x4's whizz along the...
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suvanki
Jul 05, 2007

A camel trek into the desert 2

Once we left the road, we headed over scrubland, passing small holdings and a small lake, where children were swimming. Every so often we'd be met by groups of children, some shouting Hello or more...
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suvanki
Jul 05, 2007

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"The Gate of the Desert"
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