Ouarzazate Tour – M’hamid

Day 1 : Ouarzazate – Agdz – Zagora – M’hamid

Morning departure by a 4 wheel drive at Ouarzazate M’hamid, through the Draa Valley and its ‘a thousand and one thousand’ kasbah, skirting a grove of over 200 km. Next is a passage through the village of Zagora and that of Agdz. Thereafter, there is a stopover at Tamgrout, a visit to the Koranic library, an invitation to watch pottery making and a walk through the underground streets.

Proceed to the trail through the Ouled Brahim and Reg Elfaija grove. Continue to M’hamid, the last Draa palm grove and the beginning of the desert and get to the camp, close to the desert. Settlement is at Bivouac.

Day 2 : M’hamid – Chegaga

After breakfast, ride a camel for an hour and then start with a 4×4 track to the big sand dunes of Chegaga, the largest dunes in Morocco, lunch is under the shade of palm trees or Tamarisk post at twelve o’clock. Resume to the trail to Chegaga. Arrival at Bivouac. Admire the beautiful sunset. Dinner and overnight stay is in tents under the bright immaculate stars.

Day 3 : Chegaga – Fum Zguid – Taznakhte – Ouarzazate

Departure to Ouarzazate via the track between the Erg Chegaga and the dry bed of Draa through Lake Iriqui, then Foum Zguid and continue by road via Taznakht. Photo stops will be made during the day between Taznakht and Ouarzazate.


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Ouarzazate is a prefecture of approximately 60,000 inhabitants. It is located 200km south of Marrakech, at the foot of the Atlas at 1200m altitude. It is called the gate of the desert and 2 roads take you to the desert.

The road of the valley of the Draa, Zagora and M’Hamid for the great dunes of Chegaga. The road, a thousand kasbahs, which runs along the valley of the Dades. You will discover the palm grove of Skoura, the valley of the roses, the valley and gorges of the Dades, the gorges of Todgha and further the desert with the beautiful dunes of Merzouga. 2 wadis feed the El Mansour lake of Ouarzazate tour. Wadi Ouarzazate which comes from Tizi N’Tichka and Wadi Dades. Lake El Mansour flows into the Drâa.

Discover this extraordinary place thanks to our desert tour from Ouarzazate.