- We pick you up at 9:00, at your place of accommodation. Departure to Ouarzazate across the High Atlas by the collar Tizit -N- Tichka (2 26o meters) literally neck pastures. This mountain range offers beautiful landscapes and diverse view of many small villages, arranged in tiers . After crossing the pass, you leave the highway onto a side road that leads to the kasbah Telouet , ancestral home of Pacha Glaoui of Marrakech. After visiting the Kasbah and have lunch there , you will take the old track Telouet recently renovated that once roamed the caravan in order to exchange with Marrakech products from sub-Saharan Africa. You will arrive in the beautiful valley of Ounila to reach the village of Ait Ben Haddou , a World Heritage Site by Unesco . After a stop to visit this magical place , you finally take the direction of the Dades Valley to join in the palm of Ouarzazate , about forty kilometers from Ouarzazate, a charming guest house with pool and bio- herb garden which is used to prepare food. Dinner and overnight
- After breakfast , explore the beautiful 4x4 Skoura with Douar and kasbah as that of Amerdihil . Then you will head back to Ouarzazate to visit the kasbah Taourit classified it as a World Heritage of Humanity. After lunch, you will make a detour to the oasis of Fint located on the road to Zagora. This beautiful oasis is composed of four known for the magnificent views they offer travelers villages. 1200 people live there. It is interesting to see the traditional life that takes place , including the irrigation system for agriculture. A very accessible work makes her more interesting visit. Return to Marrakech in the late afternoon.
* A small suggestion: the guest house offers the opportunity to stay all morning Skoura to walk with a guide in the palm and breakfast homestay. A typical meal not more expensive than in a small restaurant ... In the afternoon, the driver would pick you up to 14 hours. You go visit Ouarzazate before returning to Marrakech by the asphalt road in the late afternoon.
During the tour, many photo stops