7D/6N Cobra Tour
Day 1 : Marrakech Day :
Meet in Marrakech the driver and the guide who will lead you to the main sights of Marrakech. Sightseeing will include the koutoubia, the tombs of saadyen, the Bahia place, and the bustling Medina of Marrakech. The afternoon for leisure, stroll in the old Medina, and walk around the famous square of Djemaa El Fna with snakes’ charmers, story tellers, folkloric atmosphere. The dinner is at a Moroccan restaurant, and night in a charming Riad.
Day 2: Marrakech – Ouarzazate – Dades:
Our tour starts from the “red city” of Marrakech. After breakfast, our driver will pick you up from your riad or hotel. We head To Dades Gorge across the High Atlas Mountains which encompass outstanding views of the valleys and the Berber villages. We drive through Tichka and we arrive at Ait Benhaddou village .Here, we have our lunch. In the afternoon, we visit the Ait Benhaddou Kasbah, the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is the most attractive Kasbah in Morocco. We continue through Ouarzazate enjoying the beautiful sights of Africa’s Hollywood.Then, we cross the Valley of Roses and arrive at Dades Gorge where we will have dinner and stay in the hotel.
Day 3: BoumalenDades – Merzouga:
Immediately after breakfast, We take the Dades Valley road through Boumalen. We arrive to Todgha Gorge whichis recognized around the world as one of the most spectacular canyons. That makes of it a popular tourist destination .It has been outfitted with hiking paths and a well-maintained dirt road. We then, keep moving to Erfoud. We have lunch and go across Rissani to arrive to Merzouga. A town in the Sahara Desert on the edge of Erg Chebbi, a 50km long and 5km wide set of great sand dunes that reach up to 350m high.At this place, we will use camels as our means of transportation to take us to spend the night in the heart of the dunes in a luxurious desert camp. We take dinner in the camp while enjoy the rhythms of Berber music under the brilliant stars.
Day 4: Merzouga – Ramlia:
Today, we will visit Ramlia, a remote village in the middle of desert and a place where you will meet the nomad people and experience the real rural Morocco and enjoy a very small oasis. We will also go through some Berber villages and visit places where stones and fossils are dug out. You will enjoy endless silence, except the birds that sing. You will discover the fauna and flora of the Sahara desert. We spend the night in a local guest house.
Day 5: Ramlia -Tinghir:
In this itinerary,you will have the opportunity to stop occasionally in the villages of Merzouga, Rissani and Erfoud to see some oases and meet the local people with all their hospitability, generosity and kindness. This is also an opportunity to take some amazing pictures of the places we pass by.We later, arrive to Tinghir, a town in the High Atlas region. At the town’s north, all along the Todgha River until the Todgha Gorge, there is a beautiful oasis full of little paths next to the water canals .We spend the night in the hotel where we will have dinner.
Day 6 : Tinghir – Ouarzazate:
After having breakfast, we will drive through the Atlas Mountainsenjoying the beauty of the nature and the Berber villages. You will meet the locals who have arestruggling to earntheir living, but always keeping a smile on their faces and welcoming you with unprecedented hospitability and generosity. We arrive to Kelaa Mgouna,the town of the famous Festival of Roses which takes place at the end of April.When we arrive to Skoura, we will visit Amridil Kasbah, which is built in the 17th century andit is nowa museums where you will be able to see some tools that were used in the region in the past and also some that are still in use. We depart, then, to Ouarzazate wherewe will have dinner and stayina hotel.
Day 7 : Ouarzazate – Marrakech :
At the appropriate time, we will depart to Marrakech, taking another way to visit the Kasbah of Telouet, before joining the main way. Visit of a local women cooperative for the production of Argan oil. After this pause, we will drive the rest of the way back to Marrakech.