Departure in the morning from Ouarzazate in 4×4 to the Skoura palm grove, along a track to see all the kasbahs, some unfortunately in a state of disrepair but perfectly placed among the palm trees. Once back on the main road, the route crosses the valley of the roses with a stop at Kela’a m’gouna for a Berber tea. A trail leads us through the valley of roses, also called the valley of the thousand kasbahs, to reach the gorges of Dades, followed by a walk along the river. In the afternoon, you cross the Valley of Boumalne Dades and arrive at Ouarzazate at the end of the day.
Departure in the morning by 4×4 from Ouarzazate to the Draa Valley and the dunes of Tinfu crossing the Anti-Atlas Mountains and the Tizi-n-Tinfifite pass (1660m). We stop for a tea break in the village of Agdez. From here we will drive off-road along the Draa Valley and the old caravan route to Zagora and the dunes of Tinfu where you can walk through the sand dunes and make a short camel ride. Lunch will be served in Zagora. In the afternoon, the return to Ouarzazate is through the Draa Valley and the old caravan route. We arrive in Ouarzazate at the end of the day.
The morning departure from Ouarzazate by the car 4×4 to the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, the most famous Kasbah of Morocco and the subject of many postcards. This Kasbah features many films, such as ” Alexander “and” the Gladiator”. The route continues along the Ounila Valley to the kasbah of Telouet (which served as the palatial residence and seat of the powerful tribe of Glaoui). This is where lunch is scheduled, before returning to Ouarzazate over the High Atlas mountains and the Tizi-n-Tichka pass (2260m). We arrive in Ouarzazate at the end of the afternoon.