7 Days Mt Toubkal & Erg Chigaga

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Atlas Mountains to Sahara Desert – Toubkal & Erg Chegaga Tour

Morocco has an energetic culture and unique vibe, making it an excellent destination for this adventure tour.
7 Incredible and challenging days treks up Mount Toubkal where you can experience stunning views Follow this with a desert tour to Experience the Gorge du Dades; explore the Todra Gorge with its 300m high gorge walls; visit ancient Kasbahs .camel trek into the Sahara Desert and stay overnight in a nomad camp in Erg chegega 300 mitre and 40km span 

Departure & Return Location


Departure Time

Pick up at 8 oclock 

Price Includes

  • Experienced english/french speaking driver-guide
  • 7 Day Transport
  • 6 Nights Accomodation half borad
  • Mounatains local guide
  • Guided camel rides as indicated
  • 3 lunches

Price Excludes

  • Lunch through transfer
  • Tips
  • Soft drinks
  • Local viste fees

Day 1Marrakech – imlil

arrival. transfer to the hight altas mountains.you will be picked up from marrakech airport and transferred to the small city of imlil in
the atlas mountains. your first night time is spent in a friendly own family run guesthouse.

Day 2imlil – tizi n mzik –tizi oussem

after breakfast, you’ll meet your guide and muleteer. as soon as you have loaded up your baggage, the mule and prepare dinner set off together, taking a head-start to pick an excellent picnic spot and start cooking your lunch. your walk starts with a fairly stiff climb up towards the pass at tizi n mzik (2489m), which offers dramatic mountain perspectives. from right here, the trail descends down into the magnificent azzadene valley, acknowledged regionally as the valley of colour. your day of on foot ends in the small berber village of tizi oussem wherein you may spend the night in a gite. if you’re feeling lively, you may take a slight path detour to consist of the d’irhoulidene waterfalls, this provides multiple more hours strolling however is well worth the attempt. approx. four-5hours strolling, 6-7 hours on foot such as the waterfalls. (749m ascent and ; 649m descent)

Day 3tizi oussem – tinzert

after breakfast you’ll spark off walking through the azzadene valley, passing conventional berber mountain villages. the view behind you is of the peaks of the excessive atlas, whilst the valley in advance offers lovely scenery with a dashing mountain movement surrounded by lush walnut groves. as you descend you may subsequently input the ouirgane national park, a protected vicinity of herbal beauty. this night you live in tinzert, a country berber village.

Day 4tinzert – imi oughlad – imlil

nowadays is the gentlest day of strolling; there are fewer steep inclines and descents so you can certainly enjoy the mediterranean-esque scenery. shepherds have a tendency to their goats amongst the pretty valleys dotted with juniper bushes, rosemary and thyme. you may be walking toward imi oughlad in which you will have lunch before announcing good-bye for your cook dinner, manual (and mule). after lunch, you will be picked up and pushed for your accommodation in imlil in which you may enjoy a hot bathe accompanied via a day of rest.

Day 5imlil-marrakech –tizi n’tichka – ouarzazat – agdez

we will take the street from marrakech to the ait ben hadou village, for the duration of that trip you will move the best mountains oftichka with altitudes as much as 2260 meters. we can visit the kasbah of ait ben haddou earlier than continuing the street to ouarzazate town. in ouarzazate we will visit the cinematography studios and input the taourirte palace (kasbah). after a very good journey of riding around the ones extraordinary locations we will skip by some antique berbere villages and nomads till we obtain agdez. right here we can spend the night at a pleasing auberge, dinner and breakfast protected.

Day 6agdez – draa vallez – zagoura – tamgrout -m’hamid el ghizlan – erg chegaga

we will headto agdez by means of zagora crossing the 1200 km ouad d’raa(river). this is additionally the longest valley in morocco. we are able to spend a while in the town of zagora and visit the quranic library of tamgrout. after lunch we are able to keep the street driving some extra hours to get to erg chegaga. right here you’ll enjoy a camel experience and cross the sand dunes to the pinnacle and respect the sunset. we later go to the tents wherein you may spend the night time and revel in special animation and conventional neighborhood song.

Day 7Erg chegaga – fem guit – taznakht – Marrakech

we will go away toward erg chegaga to fem zguit after an excellent night time inside the middle of the dunes. we are able to re-cross the sahara border back into taznakht, that is the capital of carpets and saffron. taznakht is also wealthy of handcraft that is typically made via ladies. we later power lower back to marrakech

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agency with very neat decoration, relating to good taste. Following the warm welcome of the masters of the place, Khalilet Ahmed, around a wonderful local tea and a map of the region, we finally decide among the many options offered to take the exceptional route of the valley of roses for to start. Decision made at the end of the day for a departure the next morning …

First very good impression with our guide, Khalil to make it shorter, at the wheel of a very comfortable 4×4, impeccably clean, well maintained which will be scented with rose later.

The discovery of this exceptional road began with the crossing of the Oasis of Skoura on a path closest to plots of land carefully cultivated and maintained in the image of gardens with a variety of crops and a unique local irrigation based on a series of close earth wells. The cultivators are at work from the first hours of this day. We crisscross the path as close as possible to dwellings and kasbahs, unique in their architecture.

In the valley of roses, we are again warmly welcomed around a delicious mint tea by women who explain their activity to us in the production of various natural rose-based products.

We continue our journey through wild landscapes with unspoiled nature before taking a track that will lead us to the caves of the nomads who had so stirred our curiosity. Once again by sharing the tea with a nomadic family hospitlière in a cave and with the precious help of our charming guide Khalil who can translate our questions, we understand how much these nomads live only for the essential and are very attached to their freedom, despite living conditions that still had the effect of a shock. Before leaving, we see children having fun around a wheelbarrow, a simple game!

Further on, we came across a very cheerful young shepherd with his flock of sheep accompanied by his dogs in the midst of such a wild landscape, bursting with tufts of thyme and sagebrush.

Our guide Khalil is a precious pearl for his knowledge of the country, the region, history, culture, fauna, flora, anecdotes, always with his sense of humor, his perfect ability to forge a bond with the people met on the way.

The icing on the cake: Khalil surprised us with his talent as an enchanting artist at lunchtime in a superb place in the valley of figs. He just had to grab a musical instrument on the spot to sing in Berber.

Thank you so much Khalil, the enchanter throughout the journey with his humor, his good humor, for an unforgettable and very rewarding day.

This successful adventure gives us the urge to renew it to other horizons.

From the bottom of my heart: many thanks to Khalil, Ahmed the enchanter for a memorable, unforgettable and enriching day that marks our life.
Thank you also to the person of the welcome with sublime eyes.

DesertBrise Travel lives up to its name: everything is truly majestic!

November 2, 2019