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Zagora

Cross the spectacular Tizi n’Tichka pass and travel through Berber villages on the drive to Zagora. Enjoy a camel trek and sleep in Berber tents in the middle of the Sahara desert.

Itinerary

Day 1: First you cross the spectacular Tizi n’Tichka Pass of the High Atlas mountains. You then travel through several Berber villages, and once in the desert, the riverside oasis and barren hillsides are clustered with Kasbahs. After lunch you drive further to Zagora, with beautiful views of the Draa Valley. You then ride camels into the dunes, and after witnessing a beautiful sunset you can enjoy a fantastic dinner and then spend the night under the stars in Berber tents.
Day 2: After viewing the most beautiful sunrise and having breakfast at the camp site you will ride camels back to the Auberge. Drive back to Marrakech, again via Tichka pass. You will arrive in Marrakech early in the afternoon.
   


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What's included:

  • Full Escort: Fully escorted by local guide
  • Accommodation: Nights in simple hotel/riad or Berber tents
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Transport: Minibus or 4x4

What is not included:

  • Any additional meals needed
  • International flights
  • Entrance fees
  • Sleeping bags
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips
  • Drinks and items of a personal nature

Contact Mohamed

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+212 668 153 731
+212 662 138 038
med.mountain.guide@gmail.com
info@morocco4trekking.com

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Zagora

Duration: 2 days
Price by group size:
2-3 people $190 each
4 people $160 each
5-14 people $80 each

(Prices are based on sharing a twin room/2 person tent)

Difficulty Level 1

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Camel trekking across the Sahara
A village in the Sahara

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